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Greek police arrests suspect behind ex-prime minister parcel bomb attack

Sunday, October 29 2017

Greek police arrests suspect behind ex-prime minister parcel bomb attack

Greek police arrests suspect behind ex-prime minister parcel bomb attack Greek police arrests suspect behind ex-prime minister parcel bomb attack 09:46 hrs [South Korea], October 29 (ANI): Greek Police on Saturday apprehended a suspect, who is believed to be involved in a parcel bomb attack, that wounded the former Greek prime minister Lucas Papademos in May this year. According to Sputnik, the 29-year-old detained man linked to an anarchist group, the Conspiracy of Cells of Fire (CCF), also known as Conspiracy of Fire Nuclei. The suspect is also believed to have a connection to the letter bombs sent in March to German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and to EU institutions. On May 26, booby-trapped package exploded in Papademos's car in central Athens, which left the former prime minister injured. The investigation into the incident has indicated that a Greek radical anarchist group could have attacked him for political reasons. The Conspiracy of Fire Nuclei is a radical anarchist organisation based in Greece. It first surfaced on 21 January 2008, with a wave of 11 fire bombings against luxury car dealerships and banks in Athens and Thessaloniki. The group was credited with at least four attacks in 2009 and further attacks in 2010, including the explosion of a makeshift bomb on 9 January outside the Greek parliament building.(ANI) SEARCH talking point on sify news Latest Features

Sushma Swaraj flags off first wheat consignment to Afghan through Chabahar port

Sunday, October 29 2017

Sushma Swaraj flags off first wheat consignment to Afghan through Chabahar port

[India], October 29 (ANI): External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Foreign Minister of Afghanistan H.E. Salahuddin Rabbani and Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran H.E. Javad Zarif, through a joint video conference on Sunday, flagged off the first shipment of wheat from India to Afghanistan that would be transhipped through the Chabahar port in Iran. The shipment is a part of commitment made by the Indian Government to supply 1.1 million tonnes of wheat for the people of Afghanistan on grant basis. The three Foreign Ministers welcomed the fact that this is the first shipment that would be going to Afghanistan through the Chabahar port after a Trilateral Agreement on Establishment of International Transport and Transit Corridor was signed during the visit of the Indian Prime Minister to Iran in May 2016. Six more wheat shipments will be sent to Afghanistan over the next few months. They also reaffirmed their commitment to continue their cooperation for the benefit and prosperity of the people of Afghanistan and the region. The shipment of wheat is a landmark moment as it will pave the way for operationalisation of the Chabahar port as an alternate, reliable and robust connectivity for Afghanistan. It will open up new opportunities for trade and transit from and to Afghanistan and enhance trade and commerce between the three countries and the wider region. Swaraj reiterated India's continued commitment to support reconstruction, capacity building and socio-economic development of Afghanistan, including under the framework of the New Development Partnership that she had jointly announced with Foreign Minister Rabbani last month during the meeting of India-Afghanistan Strategic Partnership Council. The External Affairs Minister also renewed the commitment to work closely with regional and international partners to bring peace, security, stability and prosperity in Afghanistan. (ANI)

Villagers along Pak-Afghan border starving, says Pak official

Sunday, October 29 2017

Villagers along Pak-Afghan border starving, says Pak official

[Afghanistan], October 29 (ANI): The closure of the route along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border in the tribal region of Parachinar has left the people of the border villages starving. The villagers along the Durand Line in Kurram Agency are starving, Khaama Press reported, quoting an official in the tribal regions of Pakistan as saying. According to local media reports, Trade Union president Masaaib Hussain said the residents of the border villages relied on the income from trade and other activities at the border and such sanctions, if continued, would add to their suffering. The Kurram political administration had announced shutting of the Durand Line crossing on October 15 after an IED attack that killed four paramilitary troops. President of all transport association Rauf Hussain has urged to re-open the border and let the trade resume between the two countries to minimise the suffering of those dependent on the income from trade, local media reported. The Durand Line cuts through the Pashtun tribal areas and further south through the Balochistan region, politically dividing ethnic Pashtuns, as well as the Baloch and other ethnic groups living on both sides of the border. Although the Durand Line is recognised internationally as the western border of Pakistan, it remains largely unrecognised in Afghanistan. (ANI) SEARCH talking point on sify news Latest Features

9 policemen, 12 Taliban insurgents killed in clashes in Afghan

Sunday, October 29 2017

9 policemen, 12 Taliban insurgents killed in clashes in Afghan

[Afghanistan], October 29 (ANI): At least nine policemen and 12 Taliban insurgents have been killed in separate clashes in central Ghazni province of Afghanistan, the Tolo News reports. According to the report, two policemen and four other Taliban fighters were wounded in the Saturday afternoon clashes. The clashes took place in the city of Ghazni and in the districts of Zana Khan, De Yak, Qarabagh, Khaja Omari and Ab Band after Taliban attacked the police check posts, police officials said. However, the officials did not provide further details about the clashes. Taliban has not commented on the incident so far. Earlier this week, four police personnel were killed after Taliban insurgents stormed a security check post in the province. (ANI) SEARCH talking point on sify news Latest Features

First wheat consignment, India's gift to Afghanistan, says Sushma Swaraj

Sunday, October 29 2017

First wheat consignment, India's gift to Afghanistan, says Sushma Swaraj

First wheat consignment, India's gift to Afghanistan, says Sushma Swaraj First wheat consignment, India's gift to Afghanistan, says Sushma Swaraj 17:46 hrs [India], October 29 (ANI): During the flag off of the first consignment of wheat from India to Afghanistan through Chabahar Port, External Affairs Minister (EAM) Sushma Swaraj on Sunday remarked that it is a gift from Indians to Afghans. EAM Swaraj said, "The wheat that is leaving the Indian shores today, is a gift from the people of India to our Afghan brethren. It is testament to the continued commitment of the government and the people of India to support our Afghan brethren in building a normal, peaceful, prosperous, secure and bright future for themselves." Swaraj also thanked the Iranian Government for providing assistance in facilitating the movement of this gift through Chabahar Port. "This shows the convergence between the ancient civilisations of India, Afghanistan and Iran to spur unhindered flow of commerce and trade throughout the region," she said in a press release. "The people of India, Afghanistan and Iran have been connected through centuries; shared commonalities of art and culture, ideas and knowledge; language and traditions. Today, we are rejuvenating these connects and commonalities. I believe that this is the starting point of our journey to realise the full spectrum of connectivity - from culture to commerce; from traditions to technology; from investments to IT; from services to strategy; and from people to politics, that has been visualised by Prime Minister Modi," Swaraj added. Swaraj reiterated that India remains committed to work closely with its regional and international partners to bring peace, security, stability and prosperity in Afghanistan. The minister also thanked Afghan Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani for joining her to flag off the first shipment of wheat today. The shipment is a part of commitment made by the Indian Government to supply 1.1 million tonnes of wheat for the people of Afghanistan on grant basis. Six more wheat shipments will be sent to Afghanistan over the next few months. The shipment of wheat is a landmark moment as it will pave the way for operationalisation of the Chabahar port as an alternate, reliable and robust connectivity for Afghanistan. (ANI) SEARCH talking point on sify news Latest Features

Pakistans hypocrisy on terrorism is threat to regional, global security

Sunday, October 29 2017

Pakistans hypocrisy on terrorism is threat to regional, global security

'Pakistan's hypocrisy on terrorism is threat to regional, global security' 'Pakistan's hypocrisy on terrorism is threat to regional, global security' 23:45 hrs [Belgium], October 29 (ANI): Pakistan's hypocrisy of sponsoring the same terrorists they claim to fight is a 'threat to regional and global security', says two Members of the European Parliament. Well-known and respected think tanks such as the Brookings Institution have listed Pakistan as the "world's most active sponsor of terrorist groups." "The propensity of the Pakistani authorities to shield terrorists is a problem for the international community, but it also wreaks havoc within their territory," said Jussi Halla-aho, who is a bureau member of the European Parliament's European Conservatives and Reformists Group (ECR) and Nicolas Bay, Co-Chair of the European Parliament's Europe of Nations and Freedom Group (ENF) in an article published in the Parliament Magazine. "For decades, security experts have been aware that Pakistan has been acting as a 'safe haven' for terrorist organisations. Well-known and respected think tanks such as the Brookings Institution, have listed Pakistan as the "world's most active sponsor of terrorist groups," they noted. Citing the US State Department, the leaders said that prior to 2016, the average number of civilian deaths occurring within Pakistan as a direct result of terrorism was approximately 3,000 people per year. "The US State Department has also reported that Pakistan's half-hearted attempts to control militant groups are having "uneven" results. Pakistan has shown a profound hesitancy to address radicalisation in its madrassas (religious schools), its weak judicial system or its state funding of groups with extreme ideologies," they said. Mentioning United States President Donald Trump's August 21st comments where he reproached the Pakistani government for harbouring terrorists and demanded they take responsibility for the consequences of their actions, Halla-aho and Bay said that US president's remarks marked the first time in seven decades that an American President has openly criticised the tyrannical, quasi-military dictatorship governing Pakistan. "Trump acknowledged the hypocrisy of Pakistan sponsoring the same terrorists they claim to fight. Pakistan's hypocrisy in this realm is a threat to regional and global security. Trump also highlighted the billions of dollars of development aid Washington has been sending to Pakistan, implying he would cut off the funds meant for human rights and state-building if the country continues along this path," the two added. Both said it is nonsensical for the USA to continue (indirectly) funding the very organisations they are fighting in Afghanistan and elsewhere. However, Halla-aho and Bay asserted that any escalation between the USA and Pakistan - two of the world's nuclear powers - is unfortunate, and also Islamabad' state sponsorship of terrorist groups cannot go unheeded. "Thus, an opportunity has been presented for the EU to act in accordance with cooperation principles it claims to be built upon," they added. Quoting European Commission figures, the two said that the EU is Pakistan's most important trading partner, putting the EU in a strong negotiating position. "Trade between the two has increased by over five per cent annually. Furthermore, Pakistan benefits from the EU's most profitable trade programme, the Generalised Scheme of Preferences (GSP+)," they noted. "Under GSP+, Pakistani imports can enter Europe at tariffs significantly lower than those set out by the World Trade Organisation (WTO), allowing the country to profit and grow," the two added. Emphasing that beneficiaries of GSP+ must be considered economically vulnerable due to low levels of economic diversity and lack integration with international markets, Halla-aho and Bay also mentioned that they must also comply with 27 "core conventions", seven of which address basic human rights principles. "The opportunities of GSP+ are important for Pakistan's development, but equally important for the country's development is the security and well-being of its citizens. The international community cannot continue to turn a blind eye to Pakistan's wilful disregard of its own people," the two wrote. Halla-aho and Bay further said that the international community cannot continue to disregard the impact these terrorist organisations have on the rest of the world, especially when European countries have to face terrorist attacks on their national soil. "The country's disregard to the Islamic terrorism ripping through its cities is inexcusable," both said. The two leaders maintained that Pakistan's well-documented support of terrorist organisations is a direct violation of a number of the GSP+ pre-conditions, as well as an assault on the "good faith" principles which are the building blocks of any international agreement. (ANI) SEARCH talking point on sify news Latest Features

Iran will continue to produce missiles for defence purposes: Rouhani

Sunday, October 29 2017

Iran will continue to produce missiles for defence purposes: Rouhani

[Iran], October 29 (ANI): Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said that Tehran will continue to produce missiles for defence purposes and does not believe it to be a violation of international accords, Al Jazeera reported. "We have built, are building and will continue to build missiles, and this violates no international agreements," Rouhani was quoted by State TV, as saying. "We will produce any weapons of any kind that we need," the 68-year-old said, in a speech to parliament. Rouhani's comments came after the U.S. House of Representatives has voted to impose new sanctions on entities that help supply Iran's ballistic missile program. According to reports, the Trump administration hopes that the threat of renewed sanctions will induce Iran to agree to new restrictions on the missile program. However, Iran has underscored that they will never agree to such terms. Earlier, US President Donald Trump had threatened to terminate the 2015 Iran nuclear deal if Congress and US allies fail to amend the agreement by fixing serious flaws in significant ways. Condemning Trump's decision, Former Secretary of State John Kerry said, "President Trump's decision today is dangerous, He's creating an international crisis. It endangers America's national security interests and those of our closest allies."(ANI) SEARCH talking point on sify news Latest Features

WTA Finals tennis - Venus Williams leaves Singapore with newfound perspective

Sunday, October 29 2017

WTA Finals tennis - Venus Williams leaves Singapore with newfound perspective

Venus Williams says she is not thinking about 2018 season after her WTA Finals defeat to Caroline Wozniacki. (0:21) comment SINGAPORE -- Twenty-three years ago this month, a 14-year-old Venus Williams made her pro debut at the 1994 Bank of the West Classic. It was unforgettable -- those white beads that clanked in her hair, the unbranded clothing of a newcomer without endorsements, the site of a player who had taken the most unconventional routes to the WTA tour. Once indelible images, they have become faded memories. That's what happens when you're performing at the top of your game more than two decades later. This week at the year-end WTA Finals in Singapore, Williams, now 37, remarkably rolled into the final. Although she failed to secure a second career season-ending championship, she was remarkable throughout the event. At 37, Venus Williams was the oldest woman to reach the championship match of the WTA Finals. Julian Finney/Getty Images for WTA On Sunday, she was beaten by a confident Caroline Wozniacki 6-4, 6-4. Despite the loss, Williams walked away from Singapore with a newfound perspective, something you wouldn't expect given how long she has been part of this game. She believes the hard times this season have helped enhance her resolve. In June, Williams was involved in a traffic accident near her Florida in which a 78-year-old passenger tragically died a week later. She broke down in tears when asked of the incident in press after an opening-round at Wimbledon. Since then she has not opened up, but whatever she was feeling, her on-court results seemed unaffected. She reached the final at the All England Club two weeks later and then the semis of the US Open in September. "You know, when you're living a public life there's no privacy, so I try to keep both of my lives separate, to be honest," Williams said. Unlike the average citizen, she's had to mature in front of the entire world. She discovered, perhaps more than ever this season, that fame and fortune isn't always desirable, but she looks at it as a challenge. "I never saw it as tough because it's not how I see life," Williams said. "I've learned that it's important to enjoy it all. I have enjoyed it all, learned from it all, and can pretty much look back at it with no regrets." On Sunday, Wozniacki, as she was all week, played too well. They had met seven times previously and Williams had surrendered only one set. But this final was different. Williams took chances, hitting 31 winners but committed 32 unforced errors. She nearly made a comeback from 5-0 down in the second set, but Wozniacki was steadier. That was the difference. "Eight is my lucky number, so I was hoping if I was going to beat her at least once in my career, it would be today," Wozniacki said. Wozniacki then praise her opponent. "I think Venus is amazing," Wozniacki said. "She's always taken me under her wing and just kind of treated me like a little sister and made sure I was OK. When I was 16, she asked me to play doubles with her in Doha, and that was kind of the first experience I had with both Venus and Serena." Despite not winning a title this season, Williams was the only player to reach two Grand Slam finals, losing at the Australian Open to sister Serena Williams and Wimbledon against Garbine Muguruza . If you include the WTA Finals, Venus starred in the final of three of the five most prestigious events of the season. "As a person, as long as I known her, she's as classy as can be and always respectful," David Witt, Venus' coach for more than a decade told ESPN.com. "She's got the biggest heart, fights to the end and never gives up and that's why she's a champion." Williams' résumé speaks for itself. She owns seven Grand Slam singles titles, 14 in doubles, two mixed and five Olympic medals (four gold, one silver). Martina Hingis , also 37, announced her third retirement at the WTA Finals this week, ending the season as part of the No. 1 team in the world. She first encountered Williams in 1997, winning their three meetings that year, including in the US Open final. "I definitely admire her willpower, and to go through the struggles and everything," Hingis said. "To fight back and have another year like she's had, this one, is amazing. Sometime you have tough losses, and that's when you ask yourself, why you do it still and do you really want to go through all that grind, but for her it's definitely paid off." Editor's Picks Wozniacki beats Venus for first WTA Finals title Caroline Wozniacki, whose best previous WTA Finals finish was reaching the final in 2010, beat Venus Williams 6-4, 6-4 to claim the title on Sunday. All indications point to Williams thinking it's still worth the effort, even though afterward she would not elaborate on her 2018 plans. "Obviously in tennis, when you're executing your game there is no greater feeling," Williams said smiling. "But that's something you fight for every day. I've worked hard to get there, and here." Chris Evert, in Singapore as one of the invited legends to the event, marvels at how Williams continues to improve her game. "She keeps finding new inspiration and levels in her game," Evert said to the press. "A lot of people when they have something to go towards, something that is really exciting and they are passionate about, they don't mind retiring, but this with Venus, this is still the passion in her life." Witt agrees and fully expects Williams to be back on the court in 2018. "I don't see her stopping now," Witt said. "She loves competing."

Mi Mix 2: Good design language but an underperforming camera

Tuesday, October 31 2017

Mi Mix 2: Good design language but an underperforming camera

Mi Mix 2: Good design language but an underperforming camera Mi Mix 2: Good design language but an underperforming camera Source : Last Updated: Tue, Oct 31, 2017 13:44 hrs New Delhi : Smartphones with bezel-less screens have become one of the biggest trends this year with handset majors like Samsung, Apple, LG and Micromax turning to displays with 18:9 aspect ratio for an immersive viewing experience. But it was Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi that started the buzz last year with Mi Mix -- the first Android smartphone to ditch thick bezels and the traditional aspect ratio of 16:9. Mi Mix was introduced as a concept phone, and this year the company has taken a step further with the introduction of Mi Mix 2 that has a premium design language and refined ergonomics. The Rs 35,999 smartphone falls in the "affordable flagship" category and is being seen as the company's attempt to break away from its usual "value-for-money" image. How does it fare when it comes to real-world performance? Let's see. At the first glance, Mi Mix 2 impresses with its ceramic body and premium looks. The frame is made of 7-series aluminium alloy that renders a sturdy feel, appears to be strong enough to withstand a few falls. The ceramic back has a glossy finish and catches light that makes it look incredible. In fact, it is the only mainstream ceramic smartphone that competes with Android co-creator Andy Rubin's "Essential" phone which is not yet available in India. The 5.99-inch IPS display has good brightness levels that helps lessen the reflective nature of the glass. Moreover, the Corning Gorilla Glass 4 on the front, an 18K gold-plated camera ring and gold-coloured "Mix designed by Xiaomi" branding at the rear makes the device stand out in the crowd. Mi Mix 2's primary 12MP camera equipped with Sony IMX386 sensor is the same that comes with the company's flagship Mi 6 smartphone. The rear shooter with an f/2.0 aperture, phase detection auto-focus (PDAF) and dual LED flash captured good photos, with enough details in proper light only. Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset with 6GB RAM that results in smooth performance. Xiaomi's custom user interface (UI) MIUI 8 based on Android Nougat 7.1.2 is decent enough. However, fans of stock Android operating system (OS) may dislike the interface because it has slightly larger square icons for apps and customisation is limited. In addition to impressive looks, we found the smartphone's battery life to be among the best. The phone runs a 3,400mAh battery but there is almost zero battery drain when the device is idle, unlike many flagship phones out there. Having said that, we also did not notice the smartphone getting heated up during browsing or while running multiple applications in the background. The battery lasted a little over a day on moderate usage which should appeal to most users. What does not work? Unlike what we had expected, there was noticeable distortion in the images in low-light conditions and inconsistent ambient lighting. The location of 5MP front camera is rather awkward as it has been moved down to the chin of the device. It is capable of taking selfies that are not up to the mark. Conclusion: Mi Mix 2 is a good attempt by Xiaomi to break away from its usual "budget smartphone brand" image. The smartphone has an appealing ceramic body phone and offers good battery life. However, smartphones such as OnePlus 5 and Honor 8 Pro easily outperform it in terms of camera performance. SEARCH

US STOCKS-Consumer staples lead gains on Wall Street

Tuesday, October 31 2017

US STOCKS-Consumer staples lead gains on Wall Street

US STOCKS-Consumer staples lead gains on Wall Street US STOCKS-Consumer staples lead gains on Wall Street Source : Last Updated: Tue, Oct 31, 2017 21:00 hrs * Mondelez, Kellogg higher after results * All three indexes on track to record monthly gains * Under Armour slumps after results * FOMC to start two-day policy meeting * Indexes up: Dow 0.07 pct, S&P 0.11 pct, Nasdaq 0.37 pct (Changes comment, adds details, updates prices) By Sruthi Shankar Oct 31 (Reuters) - Upbeat earnings from consumer companies Mondelez and Kellogg put the benchmark S&P index on track for its best monthly gains since February. Mondelez jumped 5.5 percent on Tuesday after the Oreo cookie maker reported better-than-expected quarterly profit and revenue, while Kellogg surged 6.5 percent following its first quarterly sales increase in more than two years. The rise helped the S&P consumer staples index gain 0.70 percent. "Earnings have been the key driver," said Jeff Carbone, managing partner at Cornerstone Financial Partners. "We're going through a period without any major pullbacks and that must be warranted to the economic data and earnings." The indexes also found support from a rise in technology shares. Apple Inc gained 1.2 percent to a record high after strong reviews of its much-anticipated iPhone X. Intel hit a 17-year high after report Apple has designed iPhones and iPads that would drop chips supplied by Qualcomm Inc. Qualcomm was down 7 percent and was the biggest drag on the S&P and the Nasdaq. The earnings season is being closely tracked to justify stretched valuations in stocks and results so far have been largely above expectations. With more than half the S&P 500 components reported, third-quarter earnings are estimated to have climbed 7 percent, up from an expectation of a 5.9-percent growth at the start of October, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Investors are waiting for an announcement on the next Federal Reserve chair. Sources have told Reuters that President Donald Trump is likely to pick Fed Governor Jerome Powell as the next head. Powell is seen as more dovish than other contenders. The Federal Open Market Committee starts its two-day meeting in Washington on Tuesday to discuss interest rates where it is widely expected to leave rates unchanged. At 10:54 a.m. ET (1454 GMT), the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 15.25 points, or 0.07 percent, at 23,363.99, the S&P 500 was up 2.9 points, or 0.11 percent, at 2,575.73 and the Nasdaq Composite was up 25.10 points, or 0.37 percent, at 6,724.06. The Nasdaq and the Dow were also on pace to post their best monthly gains since February. Six of the 11 major S&P indexes were higher, with technology and financials close behind consumer staples. "I wouldn't be surprised to see some rotational changes as we're over the worst period," said Carbone. Pfizer's shares fell 1.22 percent despite the drugmaker's profit beat and upbeat forecast. Under Armour Inc slumped about 15 percent after the company slashed 2017 forecasts and reported its first quarterly fall in revenue since going public. Advancing issues outnumbered decliners on the NYSE by 1,664 to 1,067. On the Nasdaq, 1,813 issues rose and 868 fell. (Reporting by Sruthi Shankar; Editing by Sriraj Kalluvila) SEARCH

TABLE-India Certificates of Deposit deals on F-TRAC-Oct 31

Tuesday, October 31 2017

TABLE-India Certificates of Deposit deals on F-TRAC-Oct 31

TABLE-India Certificates of Deposit deals on F-TRAC-Oct 31 TABLE-India Certificates of Deposit deals on F-TRAC-Oct 31 Source : Last 19:20 hrs Oct 31 (Reuters) - Following are the details of deals in Indian Certificates of Deposit reported on Clearcorp F-TRAC Platform. ISIN DESCRIPTION MATURITY WTG AVG WTG AVG NO OF TRADED LAST TRADED DATE PRICE YLD% TRADES VALUE* PRICE YIELD INE092T16BK4 IDFC BK 1-Nov-17 99.9834 6.0600 1 250 99.9834 6.0600 INE692A16EV2 UNION BK OF INDIA 2-Nov-17 99.9670 6.0245 1 25 99.9670 6.0245 INE238A16T30 AXIS BK 8-Nov-17 99.8665 6.0991 1 25 99.8665 6.0991 INE238A16T48 AXIS BK 9-Nov-17 99.8523 5.9989 2 250 99.8523 5.9989 INE040A16BT4 HDFC BK 15-Nov-17 99.7504 6.0888 2 300 99.7504 6.0888 INE092T16BM0 IDFC BK 15-Nov-17 99.7504 6.0888 1 50 99.7504 6.0888 INE090A168M3 ICICI BK 17-Nov-17 99.7181 6.0697 3 485 99.7181 6.0697 INE095A16UQ4 INDUSIND BK 17-Nov-17 99.7172 6.0891 1 50 99.7172 6.0891 INE092T16AR1 IDFC BK 21-Nov-17 99.6503 6.0994 3 150 99.6503 6.0994 INE095A16UT8 INDUSIND BK 23-Nov-17 99.6177 6.0902 1 25 99.6177 6.0902 INE238A16S31 AXIS BK 29-Nov-17 99.5177 6.0997 1 30 99.5177 6.0997 INE976G16EW4 RBL BK 29-Nov-17 99.5098 6.2002 1 25 99.5098 6.2002 INE238A16S49 AXIS BK 30-Nov-17 99.5036 6.0697 1 170 99.5036 6.0697 INE095A16WJ5 INDUSIND BK 20-Dec-17 99.1713 6.1001 1 100 99.1713 6.1001 INE092T16BT5 IDFC BK 20-Dec-17 99.1944 6.0496 1 25 99.1944 6.0496 INE040A16BV0 HDFC BK 21-Dec-17 99.1617 6.0503 4 750 99.1617 6.0503 INE238A16P59 AXIS BK 26-Dec-17 99.0653 6.1497 1 25 99.0653 6.1497 INE237A163B1 KOTAK MAH BK 27-Dec-17 99.0579 6.0901 1 50 99.0579 6.0901 INE040A16BP2 HDFC BK 28-Dec-17 99.0431 6.0801 1 125 99.0431 6.0801 INE090A163N2 ICICI BK 29-Dec-17 99.0252 6.0899 1 250 99.0252 6.0899 INE090A163N2 ICICI BK 29-Dec-17 99.0540 6.0101 1 250 99.0540 6.0101 INE238A16P67 AXIS BK 29-Dec-17 99.0157 6.1498 2 125 99.0157 6.1498 INE261F16223 NABARD 5-Jan-18 98.9045 6.2198 1 50 98.9045 6.2198 INE503A16EL2 DCB BK 24-Jan-18 98.5320 6.3977 1 50 98.5320 6.3977 INE503A16EM0 DCB BK 25-Jan-18 98.5145 6.3998 1 100 98.5145 6.3998 INE683A16JV0 THE SOUTH INDIAN BK 29-Jan-18 98.4703 6.3002 3 500 98.4703 6.3002 INE551W16065 UJJIVAN SMALL FIN 29-Jan-18 98.4016 6.5877 1 75 98.4016 6.5877 INE237A16X50 KOTAK MAH BK 1-Mar-18 97.9606 6.2800 1 25 97.9606 6.2800 INE238A16R08 AXIS BK 6-Mar-18 97.8781 6.2800 1 50 97.8781 6.2800 INE095A16WC0 INDUSIND BK 9-Mar-18 97.8219 6.3001 1 25 97.8219 6.3001 INE040A16BO5 HDFC BK 12-Jun-18 96.1583 6.5100 1 5 96.1583 6.5100 INE238A16U86 AXIS BK 28-Jun-18 95.9055 6.5201 1 50 95.9055 6.5201 INE238A16T06 AXIS BK 19-Jul-18 95.5389 6.5300 1 0.1 95.5389 6.5300

TABLE-India Commercial Papers deals on F-TRAC-Oct 31

Tuesday, October 31 2017

TABLE-India Commercial Papers deals on F-TRAC-Oct 31

TABLE-India Commercial Papers deals on F-TRAC-Oct 31 TABLE-India Commercial Papers deals on F-TRAC-Oct 31 Source : Last 19:20 hrs Oct 31 (Reuters) - Following are the details of deals in Indian Commercial Papers reported on Clearcorp F-TRAC Platform. ISIN DESCRIPTION MATURITY WTG AVG WTG AVG NO OF TRADED LAST TRADED DATE PRICE YLD% TRADES VALUE* PRICE YIELD INE202B14KH9 DEWAN HOUSING 91D 1-Nov-17 99.9826 6.3521 4 265 99.9826 6.3521 INE582L14BW1 TATA HOUSING DEV 90D 1-Nov-17 99.9827 6.3156 1 100 99.9827 6.3156 INE824H14369 JULIUS BAER CAP 85D 1-Nov-17 99.9820 6.5712 1 100 99.9820 6.5712 INE245A14651 THE TATA POWER 90D 2-Nov-17 99.9649 6.4080 2 350 99.9649 6.4080 INE548C14522 EMAMI 91D 2-Nov-17 99.9660 6.2071 1 150 99.9660 6.2071 INE306N14LR0 TATA CAP FIN SERV 90D 2-Nov-17 99.9645 6.4811 1 130 99.9645 6.4811 INE978J14FP0 TURQUOISE INVEST 91D 2-Nov-17 99.9641 6.5541 1 100 99.9641 6.5541 INE179J14FS9 BIRLA TMT HOLDINGS 91D 2-Nov-17 99.9641 6.5541 1 100 99.9641 6.5541 INE233A14JQ9 GODREJ INDUSTRIES 91D 2-Nov-17 99.9660 6.2071 1 100 99.9660 6.2071 INE601U14117 TATA MOTORS FIN 90D 2-Nov-17 99.9645 6.4811 1 100 99.9645 6.4811 INE484J14CK7 GODREJ PROPERTIES 91D 2-Nov-17 99.9656 6.2802 1 75 99.9656 6.2802 INE486A14BH9 CESC 90D 2-Nov-17 99.9647 6.4445 1 50 99.9647 6.4445 INE735N14209 BMW INDIA FIN SERV 100D 2-Nov-17 99.9617 6.9924 1 25 99.9617 6.9924 INE977J14FR8 TRAPTI TRADING 91D 2-Nov-17 99.9641 6.5541 1 5 99.9641 6.5541 INE742O14476 RELIANCE RETAIL 58D 3-Nov-17 99.9491 6.1960 1 200 99.9491 6.1960 INE860H14A31 ADITYA BIRLA FIN 7D 3-Nov-17 99.9425 6.9999 2 125 99.9425 6.9999 INE205A14JS3 VEDANTA 91D 3-Nov-17 99.9466 6.5005 1 100 99.9466 6.5005 INE871D14IS8 INFRAST LEASING 91D 3-Nov-17 99.9425 6.9999 1 75 99.9425 6.9999 INE002A14623 RELIANCE INDUSTRIES 60D 6-Nov-17 99.9002 6.0772 3 765 99.9002 6.0772 INE191S14220 KHYATI REALTORS 90D 6-Nov-17 99.9021 7.1537 1 200 99.9021 7.1537 INE134E14899 POWER FIN CORP 62D 6-Nov-17 99.8987 6.1687 3 200 99.8987 6.1687 INE657N14NG5 EDELWEISS COMMOD 7D 6-Nov-17 99.8646 8.2480 1 150 99.8646 8.2480 INE657N14NG5 EDELWEISS COMMOD 7D 6-Nov-17 99.8871 8.2510 1 100 99.8871 8.2510 INE484J14CL5 GODREJ PROPERTIES 91D 6-Nov-17 99.8972 6.2601 1 30 99.8972 6.2601 INE691I14GJ2 L AND T INFRAST FIN 7D 6-Nov-17 99.8646 8.2480 1 5 99.8646 8.2480 INE001A14QC5 HDFC 364D 7-Nov-17 99.8803 6.2490 2 200 99.8803 6.2490 INE657N14NI1 EDELWEISS COMMOD 7D 7-Nov-17 99.8646 8.2480 1 100 99.8646 8.2480 INE085A14CS4 CHAMBAL FERTILISERS 90D 7-Nov-17 99.8982 6.1991 1 25 99.8982 6.1991 INE085A14CS4 CHAMBAL FERTILISERS 90D 7-Nov-17 99.8812 6.2019 1 25 99.8812 6.2019 INE001A14RE9 HDFC 90D 9-Nov-17 99.8478 6.1819 4 635 99.8461 6.2511 INE371K14548 TATA REALTY 178D 9-Nov-17 99.8424 6.4016 1 110 99.8424 6.4016 INE705L14685 VODAFONE INDIA 90D 9-Nov-17 99.8498 6.1006 1 100 99.8498 6.1006 INE774D14MW8 MAH AND MAH FIN 92D 9-Nov-17 99.8343 6.7294 2 85 99.8277 6.9998 INE110L14EI4 RELIANCE JIO INFO 90D 9-Nov-17 99.8486 6.1494 1 5 99.8486 6.1494 INE002A14615 RELIANCE INDUSTRIES 66D 13-Nov-17 99.7839 6.0806 1 150 99.7839 6.0806 INE763G14EW1 ICICI SECURITIES 61D 14-Nov-17 99.7451 6.6626 1 8 99.7451 6.6626 INE140A14QS7 PIRAMAL ENTERPRISES 63D 17-Nov-17 99.7188 6.0546 1 25 99.7188 6.0546 INE896L14AY3 INDOSTAR CAP FIN 60D 17-Nov-17 99.7246 6.2999 1 5 99.7246 6.2999 INE001A14QV5 HDFC 174D 20-Nov-17 99.6587 6.2501 2 125 99.6587 6.2501 INE036A14GK5 RELIANCE INFRAST 35D 20-Nov-17 99.4157 11.2907 1 100 99.4157 11.2907 INE514E14LZ1 EXIM 182D 20-Nov-17 99.6669 6.0994 1 75 99.6669 6.0994 INE556F14FJ5 SIDBI 37D 23-Nov-17 99.6171 6.0998 2 250 99.6171 6.0998 INE477A14577 CANFIN HOMES 364D 24-Nov-17 99.5907 6.2504 1 70 99.5907 6.2504 INE881J14MK3 SREI EQUIPMENT FIN 59D 24-Nov-17 99.5127 7.4473 1 0.2 99.5127 7.4473 INE036A14GG3 RELIANCE INFRAST 55D 27-Nov-17 99.2366 10.7994 1 100 99.2366 10.7994 INE036A14GH1 RELIANCE INFRAST 56D 28-Nov-17 99.3759 8.4899 1 99 99.3759 8.4899 INE121H14HN2 IL AND FS FIN SERV 90D 29-Nov-17 99.5038 6.5006 1 5 99.5038 6.5006 INE721A14AL3 SHRIRAM TRANS 90D 30-Nov-17 99.4686 6.4999 1 5 99.4686 6.4999 INE641O14900 PIRAMAL FIN 181D 4-Dec-17 99.3736 6.7670 2 25 99.3736 6.7670 INE423A14FD2 ADANI ENTERPRISES 63D 5-Dec-17 99.1091 9.6500 1 50 99.1091 9.6500 INE694L14ET4 TALWANDI SABO 91D 6-Dec-17 99.3957 6.3403 1 5 99.3957 6.3403 INE081A14684 TATA STEEL 90D 6-Dec-17 99.3900 6.4005 1 5 99.3900 6.4005 INE722A14BF1 SHRIRAM CITY UNION 88D 8-Dec-17 99.3075 6.6980 1 100 99.3075 6.6980 INE110L14ES3 RELIANCE JIO INFO 88D 8-Dec-17 99.3774 6.1803 1 25 99.3774 6.1803 INE657N14MX2 EDELWEISS COM 73D 11-Dec-17 99.2350 6.8629 1 250 99.2350 6.8629 INE248U14BD0 IIFL WEALTH FIN 91D 12-Dec-17 99.2807 6.4499 1 5 99.2807 6.4499 INE134E14907 POWER FIN CORP 90D 14-Dec-17 99.2749 6.1999 1 5 99.2749 6.1999 INE244L14966 INDIABULLS COM 80D 15-Dec-17 99.2047 6.6503 1 5 99.2047 6.6503 INE236A14HB8 HCL INFOSYSTEMS 182D 19-Dec-17 98.6923 9.8701 1 50 98.6923 9.8701 INE514E14MP0 EXIM 91D 21-Dec-17 99.1659 6.1401 1 25 99.1659 6.1401 INE870H14DZ7 NETWORK18 MEDIA 87D 22-Dec-17 99.1306 6.1560 1 55 99.1306 6.1560 INE110L14FA8 RELIANCE JIO INFO 90D 27-Dec-17 99.0461 6.1671 1 200 99.0461 6.1671 INE236A14HC6 HCL INFOSYSTEMS 182D 27-Dec-17 98.4864 9.8413 1 25 98.4864 9.8413 INE860H14ZU2 ADITYA BIRLA FIN 90D 28-Dec-17 98.9676 6.6799 4 100 98.9676 6.6799 INE085A14CV8 CHAMBAL FERTILISERS 90D 28-Dec-17 99.0286 6.1731 1 100 99.0286 6.1731 INE261F14BX2 NABARD 91D 29-Dec-17 99.0197 6.2302 2 200 99.0197 6.2302 INE572E14CK0 PNB HOUSING FIN 81D 29-Dec-17 99.0046 6.2199 1 175 99.0046 6.2199 INE891K14ES0 AXIS FIN 85D 29-Dec-17 98.9497 6.6798 5 150 98.9497 6.6798 INE296A14MY4 BAJAJ FIN 78D 29-Dec-17 98.9464 6.5874 1 100 98.9464 6.5874 INE774D14NE4 MAH AND MAH FIN 84D 29-Dec-17 98.9464 6.5874 1 100 98.9464 6.5874 INE261F14CA8 NABARD 105D 30-Jan-18 98.4536 6.3000 3 300 98.4536 6.3000