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India's Tata sues ex-chief for alleged breach of confidentiality

India's Tata sues ex-chief for alleged breach of confidentiality

Indian salt-to-steel conglomerate Tata upped the ante in their bitter dispute with ousted former chairman Cyrus Mistry on Tuesday, saying they were suing him for breach of confidentiality.

Tata Sons renews appeal for removal of Mistry from group companies

Tata Sons renews appeal for removal of Mistry from group companies

Tata Sons on Sunday renewed its appeal to shareholders of Tata group companies to remove Cyrus Mistry from their boards, saying that his presence as chairman "is likely to lead to fragmentation of the Tata Group".

Morocco to elect parliament tomorrow

Morocco to elect parliament tomorrow

Morocco will elect a parliament tomorrow for the first time since an Islamist-led government took office following Arab Spring uprisings that toppled leaders across the region.

Pakistani, Bangladeshi communities celebrate National Day

Pakistani, Bangladeshi communities celebrate National Day

A plethora of Pakistani artistes including folk and Pashto singers from provincial capitals Lahore and Peshawar enthralled a large audience of Pakistani ...

Fed proves irrelevant in $2.6tn slice of US debt market

Fed proves irrelevant in $2.6tn slice of US debt market

The blowout US jobs report for October means the Federal Reserve may be weeks away from raising interest rates. For US savers earning next to nothing ...

China’s DJI drones flying high among US firms

China’s DJI drones flying high among US firms

Chinese drone maker SZ DJI Technology Co has established a strong early lead in the US commercial market as companies turn to its inexpensive,...

All Blacks protect unbeaten run on record day for McCaw

All Blacks protect unbeaten run on record day for McCaw

New Zealand face a stern test of their 22-game unbeaten run against a confident South Africa.

CMU-Q welcomes 112 new students

CMU-Q welcomes 112 new students

Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar has welcomed 112 new students for the 2014-2015 academic year, growing from an inaugural class of 41 students in 2004 to 427 students..