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Woman loses job after complaining of molestation by senior

Woman loses job. A 33-year-old female staff member of a five-star hotel in Delhi’s Aerocity, who accused the hotel’s security manager of molesting, has been suspended. Speaking to ANI here, the victim said, “I reported about the whole incident to the Human Resource Department, even filed a complaint at the police station, but no action

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Dry in City Beautiful Chandigarh, Bear severe Losses

City beautiful Chandigarh bear some losses regarding order issued by the Supreme Court. The SC’s order banning sale and serving of liquor within 500m from the highways effects the business of hoteliers in different cities of Punjab. A month on, loss of jobs, major decline in revenue for hoteliers, and closure of some of residents’

Samsung estimates $3 bn losses over Note 7 withdrawal

Seoul: South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics has estimated that it will lose 3.5 trillion won ($3 billion) in operating profits over the next six months due to the withdrawal of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, the company said on Friday. Samsung calculated that the impact of the sales halt will amount to 2.5 trillion

Ukraine loses $3.4 mn from illegal logging in 2015

Kiev: Ukraine lost around $3.4 million in 2015 from illegal logging of its forests, the media reported on Wednesday. “It is an estimated data. In fact, the scale of illegal logging in Ukraine could be even more extensive,” Xinhua news agency quoted a forest official as saying. In 2015, an estimated 24,000 cubic metres of

Hardeep loses his Greco Roman bout; waits for repechage result

Rio: India’s Greco Roman wrestler Hardeep Singh lost his opening round bout in the 98 kg category by technical points to Turkey’s Ildem Cenk at the Rio Olympics, here today. The Turkish wrestler won the bout 2-1 despite a stiff resistance from the 25-year-old Indian. Hardeep will still have a chance in the repechage if

Rupee gains 13 paise to end at 66.76/USD, snaps 2-day losses

Mumbai: The rupee today gained 13 paise toclose at 66.76 a dollar as fresh selling of the US currency by exporters and banks helped it snap the two-day fall. The US currency weakened against major Asian currencies in global markets which lifted the rupee sentiment, a forex dealer said. Foreign capital inflows too aided rupee’s

Crude palm oil futures extend losses on subdued demand

New Delhi: Continuing its losing streak forthe third day, crude palm oil traded lower by 0.85 per cent to Rs 510.70 per 10 kg in futures trade today as participants engaged in reducing their exposures, triggered by muted demand in the spot market. At the Multi Commodity Exchange, crude palm oil for delivery in July