Indian Energy Exchange opened sharply lower at Rs 1,500, falling 9 percent against issue of Rs 1,650 per share on Monday.
Construction company Group Five let a R1.6 billion offer from Greenbay Properties for some of its assets lapse, causing its shares to fall.
Sagarmatha Technologies is the first company to present a sharp vision of world-class technology platforms for Africans, writes Adri Senekal De Wet.
Opposition leaders have asked the electoral commission to postpone the coming election due to poor preparations.
AUSTIN – Texas' two-game winning streak already feels like ancient history. And Sunday night's news only served to pile onto the mound of misery rising in Austin.
"Raqqa has repeated the fate of Dresden of 1945, which was erased in the British-American bombarding," spokesman of the Russian Defense Ministry Igor Konashenkov said
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope watched the Lakers’ season opener from his home with his two young children until they fell asleep. He watched their second game in Phoenix, from the hotel. He traveled,
Pretoria, Oct 23, IRNA – Iran’s Ambassador to South Africa Mohsen Movahhedi-Qomi said the two capitals are trying to materialize the target of two billion-dollar trade exchange set by the Iranian
"If we have a look at the figures which have come recently, the production of coal, electricity, natural gas and other items has increased tremendously. Foreign investors are making record investmen
The two bodies -- Railway Land Development Authority (RLDA), and Indian Railways Station Development Corporation (IRSDC) -- are set to get powers to deal with all big decisions on the commercial use
Berkeley police arrested a 32-year-old transient who allegedly burned a rainbow flag at an LGBTQ center and punched a staff member who tried to stop him, authorities said. Richard Woods was booked
A half-acre brush fire broke out in the Sunland-Tujunga area Sunday night as firefighters were on high alert because of a red-flag warning in the region, officials said. The fire was reported shor
It was a tale of two punts for the Chargers’ special-teams units Sunday, one a line drive up the middle off the foot of Denver’s Riley Dixon, the other a high fly ball to deep center field off
The only mystery, USC’s defensive personnel said after a 49-14 loss to Notre Dame on Saturday that will prompt soul searching, was whether Notre Dame would run outside or inside. USC knew the Fi
On Sunday, for the first time in almost two weeks, Corey Seager was an active baseball player. He took batting practice. He took ground balls. He took a seat before a group of reporters, happily.