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    Unfair to compare 'Bang Bang!', 'Haider', say trade experts
    New Delhi, Sep 28 : One of the biggest weekends of the year, starting Oct 2, will see the release of two films - Hrithik Roshan's "Bang Bang!" and Shahid Kapoor's "Haider", which are as different as chalk and cheese in terms of theme, budget, cast, and sensibilities. Hence, trade experts opine that ...

    EU to strengthen defence industry
    Brussels, Sep 24 : The European Union (EU) Wednesday said defence should remain a priority on the EU agenda due to increasing instability, especially in the EU neighbourhood, and constant budget cuts among the bloc's member states.

    SpiceJet launches booking tool, discount scheme for SME travellers
    New Delhi, Sep 23 : To attract small and medium enterprise (SME) business travellers, budget carrier SpiceJet Tuesday launched a scheme which offers up to 10 percent discount.

    'Golden Boy' director slams Sharon Stone
    Los Angeles, Sep 22 : Italian director Pupi Avati, who was happy to team up with Sharon Stone in his low-budget movie "Golden Boy", says the actress was a demanding diva on the set and gave him a hard time.

    Sri Lanka to target 8.2 pct economic growth in 2015 budget
    Colombo, Sept.19 : The Government of Sri Lanka intends to achieve an economic growth rate of 8.2 percent and a budget deficit of 4.4 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) for the next year.

    Many films with Rs.100 crore budget lack content: Rhea Chakraborty
    Mumbai, Sep 17 : Whether a film has a big or small budget does not decide its fate at the box office, says actress Rhea Chakraborty, who believes that her new movie "Sonali Cable" is "strong on content".

    Indigo inks $2.6 bn leasing deal with Chinese bank
    New Delhi, Sep 17 : Budget passenger carrier IndiGo has signed a $2.6 billion finance and leasing agreement with the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) under which the latter will finance more than 30 new aircraft, it was announced here Wednesday.

    IndiGo makes $2.6 bn aircraft finance deal with ICBC
    New Delhi, Sep 17 : Budget passenger carrier IndiGo Wednesday entered into an agreement with Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) for financing more than 30 new aircraft in its fleet for around $2.6 billion.

    SpiceJet starts promotional travel scheme at Rs.699
    New Delhi, Sep 16 : Continuing with its promotional schemes, budget passenger carrier SpiceJet Tuesday launched 'early New Year sale' for next year with fares starting at Rs.699 one way (excluding taxes).

    Israeli PM eyes big increase in defence spending
    Jerusalem, Sep 15 : Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Sunday said he was supporting an increase in defence spending in the upcoming 2015 budget in opposition to the stance of the finance minister, which may lead to the collapse of his political coalition.

    Hooda's Rs.100 crore ad-blitzkrieg jacks up stakes for others
    By Jaideep Sarin, Chandigarh, Sep 8 : A Rs.100 crore advertisement blitzkrieg from public money focussed on Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda - clearly aimed at next month's assembly elections - is forcing other parties in Haryana's dusty politics to step up their advertisement budgets.

    AirAsia India launches Jaipur, Chandigarh flights
    Bangalore, Sep 5 : New budget carrier AirAsia India Friday launched its services to Jaipur and Chandigarh from Bangalore.

    It was not commercially viable to have new girl in 'Mary Kom'
    Mumbai, Sep 4 : Priyanka Chopra admits that the idea to cast a new face for "Mary Kom" was debated, but it was not commercially viable keeping the film's budget in mind.

    Charity key to achieve development goals: UN chief
    Washington, Sep 4 : At a time of intense fiscal and budgetary constraint, charity takes on greater importance in global efforts to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said Thursday.

    Low-budget films guarantee high returns: Shivaji
    Chennai, Sep 3 : Actor Shivaji, who has been a part of several successful low-budget Telugu films over the years, says that such kind of movies guarantee high returns over those that are lavishly made on a high budget and low content value.

    After SpiceJet, IndiGo enters fare war
    New Delhi, Sep 2 : Budget carrier IndiGo Tuesday started promotional air fares by offering discounted one-way fares starting at a low of Rs.999 (all inclusive one-way fare), a day after SpiceJet started its offer of Rs.499 one-way charge.

    Campaign to save MAMI raises Rs.1.5 crore
    Mumbai, Sep 1 : Mumbai Film Fest (MFF) organisers have managed to raise Rs.1.5 crore of the Rs.5 crore budget with the aid of social media, which has helped them garner support of filmmakers including Rajkumar Hirani and Vidhu Vinod Chopra.

    Spicejet offers Rs.499 one-way fares
    New Delhi, Sep 1 : Budget carrier SpiceJet Monday launched another promotional scheme by offering discounted one-way fares for domestic destinations at Rs.499, including fuel surcharge but excluding applicable statutory taxes and fees.

    Kerala Tourism inks MoU with GoAir
    Thiruvananthapuram, Aug 28 : The Kerala Tourism Thursday inked an MoU with budget air-carrier GoAir, which has agreed to offer exclusive discounted fares to tourists visiting the state.

    Help us grow, northeast film industry urges government
    By Natalia Ningthoujam, New Delhi, Aug 27 : With less than 70 cinema halls in the northeastern region serving a population of 40 million - a little more than that of Poland - shoestring budgets and a handful of productions in most states, the film industry in the region is struggling for survival. ...

    Budget 2014-15 first not to sideline agriculture: Minister
    New Delhi Aug 27 : The union budget presented last month is the first since India's independence that has accorded agriculture its rightful place in the country's economic scheme of things, Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh said Wednesday.

    SpiceJet offers new passenger scheme
    New Delhi, Aug 25 : To lure more passengers in the upcoming festive season, budget passenger carrier SpiceJet Monday launched its new sales scheme starting at Rs.1,888 (all inclusive).

    Andhra earmarks Rs.5,000 crore for crop loan waiver
    Hyderabad, Aug 22 : Andhra Pradesh has allocated Rs.5,000 crore for waiver of crop loans in its budget for agriculture.

    Passengers on IndiGo plane evacuated after smoke on board
    New Delhi, Aug 20 : Emergency evacuation of passengers on board a Mumbai-Delhi flight of budget carrier IndiGo was carried out Wednesday after a fire alarm while landing at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) here.

    Over Rs.1.11 lakh crore budget for Andhra Pradesh
    Hyderabad, Aug 20 : The first budget of Andhra Pradesh after its bifurcation was presented in the state assembly Wednesday, proposing an expenditure of Rs.1,11,824 crore during 2014-15, including a Plan expenditure of Rs.26,673 crore.

    SpiceJet was second largest passenger carrier in July
    Gurgaon, Aug 20 : Budget airline SpiceJet Wednesday reported that its domestic market share has increased to 21 percent in July 2014, taking its ranking to the second largest passenger carrier.

    Service sector lifts India's sagging tax revenues
    New Delhi, Aug 19 : Despite a drop in customs and excise collections, India's mop up of indirect taxes touched nearly 25 percent of the annual budgeted target in the first four months of this fiscal.

    SpiceJet'S scrip surges 12 percent on quarterly earnings
    Mumbai, Aug 18 : Budget airline SpiceJet Monday reported a jump of 11.69 percent in its share price after the company came out with its first quarter earnings.

    SpiceJet's first quarter net loss at Rs.124 crore
    Mumbai, Aug 15 : Budget carrier SpiceJet reported a net loss of Rs 124.10 crore for the first quarter of the current fiscal, down from a net profit of Rs.50.56 crore in the corresponding period of last year.

    Want to move ahead with consensus: Modi
    New Delhi, Aug 15 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday said that his government wanted to move ahead on the basis of consensus and not majority in parliament and it had got "unprecedented success" in taking along opposition parties during the budget session.

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