The Financial Express: Most Read Stories on Tuesday
- Indonesian military plane crash death toll rises to 74
- Eurogroup turned down Greek bailout extension, says Finnish FinMin Alexander Stubb
- Disappointment creeping in over Modi govt's reform pace: Moody's
- Dholpur Palace: Congress' fresh document says it's a govt property
- Greece will not pay IMF debt on Tuesday: Finance minister
Rail Budget 2013-14 Live: Railways to double spend on track electrification
Rail Budget 2013-14 Live: Rail minister Pawan Bansal could announce his thrust on electrification as part of his debut Rail Budget 2013 speech on Tuesday, sources said.
Hit hard by the Centre's decision to deregulate bulk diesel prices that has set its annual fuel bill soaring by 15%, the Indian Railways has turned its attention on the neglected track electrification programme, increasing the target by around 50% for the next fiscal. Read More...
Sachin Tendulkar 'clobbers' India to win over Australia in Chennai Test
Sachin Tendulkar, looking to make a calculated point to the Australians as well as his Team India mates, who were struggling to reach the 50-run victory target, just walked in, took guard at the crease and smashed the bowling apart.
Through a never-before-seen showmanship Sachin Tendulkar clobbered first two deliveries he faced for two sixes and tamed the Michael Clarke-led opposition immediately! Memory fails to recall when, if ever, he had ever shown so much aggression, even in his hey day. Read More...
TCS settles lawsuit by former employees
Country's largest software firm TCS today said it has agreed to settle a suit filed by two former employees alleging violation of the rights of its non-US citizen workers in the US.
However, details of the settlement were not disclosed. Highlighting that the US Court has found no wrongdoing by the company, TCS said it "believes that it always acted appropriately notwithstanding the allegations in this case." Read More...
Narendra Modi article by Markandey Katju in Pakistan angers BJP
BJP today attacked Press Council of India chief Markandey Katju for writing an article in a Pakistan daily against the Gujarat government and alleged that he was engaging in political activity while occupying a quasi-judicial post.