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  • Top Ramen noodles too withdrawn from market

    Indo Nissin Foods Ltd. on Monday announced the withdrawing of its instant noodles brand Top Ramen from the market on the direction of regulator Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI)

  • BSE closes points 166.69 down on June 29

    Trading at the Bombay stock exchange today closed 166.69 points down to stand at 27,645.15. At the national stock exchange the nifty closed 54.40 points down to stand at 8,326.70.

  • Purchase scam fallout: 'Check market rates before issuing contracts'

    A general resolution issued on Thursday asks departments to scrap policy of issuing contracts simply to the lowest bidder; it wants them to check whether the rates correspond with the prevalent market rates

  • 'We must take pride in our local heritage'

    Recently, I read a report by MasterCard, listing the top 20 cities, which received international tourists in 2014. London topped the list, with 18.9 million visitors. Mumbai had only 4.9 million and did not make it to the top 20 list. Neither did any other Indian city

  • BSE closes points 166.30 up on June 25

    Trading at the Bombay stock exchange today closed 166.30 points up to stand at 27,895.97. At the national stock exchange the nifty closed 37.15 points up to stand at 8,398.00.

  • SEBI relaxes listing, fund-raising norms for start-ups

    Market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) plans to set up an alternative trading platform for internet start-ups, relaxing some of its requirements in an effort to encourage these companies to list at home instead of overseas.

  • Maharashtra to invoke MPDA Act against sand mafia, black marketers

    The Maharashtra government today decided to evoke Maharashtra Prevention of Dangerous Activities Act (MPDA) against those involved in black marketing of essential commodities and sand mafia

  • BSE closes points 74.16 up on June 23

    Trading at the Bombay stock exchange today closed 74.16 points up to stand at 27,804.37. At the national stock exchange the nifty closed 28.45points up to stand at 8,381.55.

  • Developers flock to buy TDR from MMRDA; may fetch Rs 130-cr

    As many as 12 developers including Oberoi Realty have bid for the 3.22 lakh sq ft (30,000 sq mt) of transfer of development rights (TDR)available in city's western suburbs put on block by the MMRDA

  • The business of photography

    Web host and photographer, Shraddha Kadakia will be conducting a special workshop on the business and marketing side of photography, this weekend

  • mid-day view: Fashion, streets and legality

    A chic neckpiece from a stall on Colaba Causeway can be worn with a kurta for a Diwali pooja; it will also make heads turn for your front row do at a fashion show, if worn with a maxi dress.

  • Level heads needed

    Play it cool and look sharp, is the message amongst much to cheer about, thanks to the rains

  • Mumbai rains: Heavy downpour reaps bitter fruit at APMC

    Truckloads of fruits are waiting to be unloaded at the APMC market; traders say there is no space to stock fresh produce

  • Mumbai rains: Traders hit hard as monsoon inundates Vashi APMC again

    While heavy showers on Friday created havoc in the island city of Mumbai, the situation inside Asia’s biggest wholesale agricultural market was no different

  • All eyes abroad

    The happenings in Greece and the US were the main scene of high drama, which affected the Indian markets under pressure last week

  • HC declines to stay order of food authorities banning 9 variants of Maggi noodles

    The Bombay High Court on Friday declined any relief to Swiss multinational Nestle, which has sought a judicial review of the Indian food safety regulator's order banning its top-selling nine variants of Maggi

  • Ronaldo is Europe and world's most marketable footballer

    Portuguese football star Cristiano Ronaldo was again ranked as top European as well as the world's most marketable football players, according to a report by market research company Repucom on Thursday

  • Pressure builds

    Stocks are already in the negative zone with losses of key support

  • Eight years on, Nerul RTO still delayed

    A high-tension wire passing through the plot and payment woes have caused the roadblock

  • Mumbai gets a slow coach

    Last week, Slow Food International, which spreads awareness on the goodness of locally-sourced, natural food, launched its Mumbai chapter. Phorum Dalal asks experts how to make a good, fair and clean choice for sustainable food habits