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For how long will India wait for UNSC seat: Modi

The prime minister's strong push for UN reforms and the much-delayed expansion of the powerful Security Council came as India will beg ...
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    Goldman warns the dollar's grip on global markets might be over

    While that view is clearly still a minority one in most financial circles -- and the Goldman analysts don’t say they believe it will necessarily happen -- it captures a nervous vibe that has infiltrated the market this month: Investors worried that this money-printing will trigger inflation in years ahead have been bailing out of the dollar and piling furiously into gold.

    Rupee jumps 37 paise to 75.66 against US dollar

    At the interbank foreign exchange market, the rupee opened strong at 75.86.

    Rupee surges 17 paise to 76.03 against US dollar

    The domestic currency finally settled at 76.03 against the US dollar, registering a rise of ...

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