Articles By Ambrosia Sabrina

From Economy Feb 27, 2013

As India Derivatives Demand Surges, Singapore Benefits

After long failing to act on foreign investor complaints, Indian policy makers find themselves in an ironic bind: As global interest in Indian derivatives surges, it is Singapore, not Mumbai, that is reaping the benefits.

From Companies Feb 27, 2013

RBI Deputy Governor Anand Sinha's Term Extended

The RBI on Tuesday said Anand Sinha will continue as the deputy governor until January 18, 2014.

From Companies Feb 25, 2013

Jet Airways Falls on Etihad Deal Worries

Shares in Jet Airways Ltd (JET.NS) fall as much as 3.4 percent, hitting their lowest since December 4, on continued concerns about whether the carrier will clinch a deal to sell its stake to Abu Dhabi-based carrier Etihad Airways.

From Politics & Policy Feb 24, 2013

Hyderabad Blasts: PM Arrives in City Amid Tight Security in Face of Terror Threats

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Sunday arrived in Hyderabad to take stock of the situation in the city after the deadly explosions which left 16 people dead and scores injured.

From Companies Feb 18, 2013

Jet Shares Fall after Etihad Chairman says Revising Deal

Shares in Jet Airways India Ltd(JET.NS) fell as much as 6.8 percent on Monday after Etihad Airways chairman said the Abu Dhabi-based carrier needs to revise its deal to buy a stake in the Indian carrier.

From Economy Feb 14, 2013

Currencies Volatile after Mixed Messages from G7

The dollar and the euro rose against the yen on Wednesday in volatile trade after a G7 statement on exchange rates, designed to calm talk of a currency war instead triggered fresh concerns.

From Politics & Policy Feb 14, 2013

Iran Says it is Installing New-Generation Centrifuges

Iran started installing a new generation of uranium enrichment machines at its Natanz nuclear site last month, Iran's atomic energy organisation chief was quoted as saying on Wednesday by Iranian media.

From Politics & Policy Feb 13, 2013

India to Scrap Italian Helicopter Deal if CBI Probe Reveals Malpractice: Defence Minister

The government on Tuesday ordered a CBI probe into a ₹4000 crore helicopter deal after Italian defence company Finmeccanica's chief executive Giuseppe Orsi was arrested for allegedly bribing Indian officials to secure the 2010 sale.

From Politics & Policy Feb 12, 2013

India Says Deeply Concerned Over North Korea Nuclear Test

Reports of a nuclear test by North Korea were a matter of deep concern, India's foreign ministry said on Tuesday, saying such actions violated international commitments and had an adverse impact on peace and stability in the region.

From Politics & Policy Feb 08, 2013

Sri Lankan President Rajapaksa's Visit Sparks Protest in Tamil Nadu

Several protests broke out in Chennai on Friday against Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa's visit to India.