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Australian share market falls 21.9.2015 All News-IANS Stories
The Australian share market fell sharply on Monday following significant falls from the country's big banks and major miners.
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Australian share market falls 21.9.2015 New Kerala: World News
Sydney, Sep 21 : The Australian share market fell sharply on Monday following significant falls from the country's big banks and major miners.
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Oil prices edge up as US drilling declines 21.9.2015 Latest News
Oil prices edged up in early trading in Asia on Monday as US drilling slowed and analysts estimated that $1.5 trillion worth of planned American production was uneconomical at prices of $50 per barrel or lower.
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India’s exports to dip 21.9.2015 Asian Age: Business
Erosion of commodity prices may slide exports to five years low India’s exports are going to hit the lowest in five years in 2015-16 closing the fiscal between $265-268 billion, according to an industry study. This is significantly lower than $310 billion in the previous fiscal, mainly due to a sharp erosion in commodity prices in the global market and slump in their speculative demand as reflected in futures trading, according to an Assocham study. However, it is not as if the entire export drop is coming around on the back of fall in demand for Indian goods, said Assocham. “It is only that the global merchandise economy has moved away sharply from a very high cost, ultra bullish commodity situation to a bearish and low cost situation where demand relates mainly to the actual consumption which is rather low key,” it said. “The pricing power as was being mirrored in the futures trading markets all over the world — be it for crude oil, metals, coal, copper or even edible items turned out to be rather ...
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PSUs' capex down 24% in 2014-15 21.9.2015 Latest News
Total capital expenditure by 36 listed public-sector firms fell from Rs 1.69 lakh cr in FY14 to Rs 1.29 lakh cr
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Cabinet nod for small fields is right step to monetise hydrocarbon resources: Cairn India's Mayank Ashar 21.9.2015 ET: Opinion
'The International Energy Agency says India needs to invest $16 billion a year in the energy space but the actual investment is $6 billion.'
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Govt mulls auction route for global airline bilateral accord 21.9.2015 All Economy & Policy Stories
Civil aviation ministry is considering giving foreign airlines traffic rights to key destinations in India
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Consider quality dividend-yielding stocks 21.9.2015 Features
Amid increased market volatility and muted earnings growth, investing in such companies should prove rewarding
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Gas price cut on the cards 21.9.2015 Telegraph: Business
Natural gas prices are likely to fall below $4 per mmBtu (million metric British thermal units) from next month, impacting profits of explorers such as ONGC and Reliance Industries and curbing investments at a time the country is struggling to stem a drop in output.
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85% of British power can be via renewables by 2030, says Greenpeace 20.9.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Report expects a rise in wind energy from 13GW to 77GW, with solar rising from 5GW to 28GW, but could cost up to £227bn

Britain can produce 85% of its power via renewable energy by 2030 provided it undergoes significant changes in energy production and use, according to a new study by Greenpeace.

The study attempts to counter the argument that only fossil fuels and nuclear power can keep the lights on for the next few decades. It foresees wind leaping from today’s level of 13 gigawatts (GW) of wind farms in operation – enough to power around 10 million homes – to a level of 77GW in 2030, with solar rising from just more than 5GW to 28GW.

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Coastal cleanup drive held in city 20.9.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Coastal cleanup drive held in city
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My Mann Ki Baat has become your Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi 20.9.2015 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Sept 20 : With Narendra Modi's monthly radio address completing one year, the Prime Minister lauded the nation on Sunday for their support to 'Mann Ki Baat' and for providing inputs to his programme.
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IAEA urges Iran's cooperation to resolve remaining issues 20.9.2015 All News-IANS Stories
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Sunday called for Iran's full cooperation over the remaining outstanding issues pertaining to the country's nuclear programme, official IRNA news agency reported.
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Petrol, diesel contribute Rs 30k-cr additional excise in April-August 20.9.2015 TOI: India Business
Additional revenue initiatives have yielded rich dividend for the government as it has mopped up an extra Rs 36,500 crore in excise collections from April- August, with bulk of the amount coming from petroleum sector.
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Modi to meet Netaji family, hails people's power (Roundup) 20.9.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said he will meet 50 members of freedom fighter Subhas Chandra Bose's extended family in October.
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IAEA chief Amano arrives in Iran 20.9.2015 All News-IANS Stories
UN nuclear chief Yukiya Amano arrived on Sunday in Iran's capital Tehran to hold talks with the top political leadership here and senior officials.
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Modi to meet Netaji family, hails people's power (Roundup) 20.9.2015 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Sep 20 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said he will meet 50 members of freedom fighter Subhas Chandra Bose's extended family in October.
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IAF men, machine instill awe at 1965 War event in Jamnagar 20.9.2015 Rajkot - City - The Times of India
The MiG-29 and Jaguar aircraft of the Indian Air Force are mere flying machines like so many of them world over.However, they have the power of presence to send shivers down the spines of enemies.
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On 'Mann ki Baat', Modi praises 'people power' 20.9.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday praised "people power" by saying that his appeals to promote khadi and to give up cooking gas subsidy had fetched tremendous response.
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Greece’s real tragedy is that it’s just the second act in a ‘crisis trilogy’ threatening the rest of the world 20.9.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest
Even as the country turns out to the polls this weekend, financial disasters, or the potential for them, are starting to appear in countries all over the globe As Greece goes to the polls on Sunday, with Alexis Tsipras once again fighting for his political life, all eyes will be on the recession-scarred nation and the fragile truce it has struck with its eurozone creditors. Whatever the outcome, fresh spending cuts and further economic misery look unavoidable. But Greece’s tragedy, which is far from over, is playing out against the background of a simmering crisis in the global economy. Indeed, if the Bank of England’s chief economist, Andy Haldane, is worth listening to – which he almost invariably is – Greece’s travails are merely one part of the long-running financial and economic crisis that has rippled around the world since the US investment bank Lehman Brothers collapsed seven years ago. On this analysis, the Federal Reserve’s decision to delay its long-planned interest rate rise last Thursday is ...
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