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Shares in the catering and ticketing arm of state-run Indian Railways more than doubled in value after its debut on Mumbai's Sensex stock exchange Monday, as New Delhi looks to raise funds and kickstart a stuttering economy. Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corp Ltd (IRCTC), which has a monopoly on online ticket sales, enjoyed a massive initial public offering (IPO) that was oversubscribed nearly 112 times. Shares opened at 644 rupees ($9.05), peaking at 743.80 rupees before ending at 728.60 rupees -- 127 percent higher than the issue price of 320 rupees.
Prince William is slowly preparing for his future role as King and as the head of the British monarchy. Every day, the dad of three has a very busy schedule that includes constant communication with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles. Whenever Prince William is at Kensington Palace, he starts his day by reading and replying to two boxes worth of paperwork. The Queen also does the same thing every single day even when she’s on her summer and Christmas vacation.
In a reunion that was no less than a miracle, a lost dog was returned to its Florida owner in Pittsburgh after missing for 12 years. The now 14-year-old fox terrier had sneaked out of the house in Orlando, Florida in February 2007. Her owner Katheryn Strang made endless search trips but failed to find her beloved pet. Now after almost 12 years, the two have finally found each other again.
The European Union launched a case at the WTO against Colombia on Monday, after a furious outcry from Belgium, the self-proclaimed inventor of the French fry or chip. The EU's top trade official said efforts to reason with Colombia had failed, with Bogota insisting on imposing tariffs on fry exports from Belgian, Dutch and German businesses. "I have given instructions (...)
The discovery of vast gas reserves on Mozambique's remote northern coast has the potential to transform the economy of one of the world's poorest countries and lift millions out of poverty. That's the message President Filipe Nyusi has repeated at every opportunity as he campaigned ahead of the country's general election on Tuesday. "With this project, the children of farmers will become doctors and the children of miners will become lawyers," he said on the campaign trail.
Apart from conveying information to those around us when we communicate, we also convey where we stand with regards to this information, for example, we indicate our certainty about the information we divulge. To paint a clearer picture, how would you read these two sentences? “The keys are on the table.”“The keys are on the table?”
Rural communities rack up higher rates for suicide attempts by self-poisoning in youth and adolescents and more so during the academic school year. What they are using to take their lives can probably be found right in your own home too. A new study by the Nationwide Children's Hospital and the Central Ohio Poison Center analyzed data of suspected-suicide by self-poisoning in children and young adults aged 10 to 24-years-old between 2000 and 2018.
Meghan Markle gave birth to her first child, Archie, on May 6. But prior to this, the Duchess of Sussex dropped a slew of clues that royal fans missed before her pregnancy announcement. Today, there are rumors that Markle is expecting her second child with Prince Harry. As such, it is a must for royal fans to watch out for some of the pregnancy clues that they missed last time.
Kate Middleton and Prince William will be embarking on their first tour to Pakistan today. And a publication claimed that the royal couple will be unveiling a major secret. According to New Idea, royal fans would finally know the reason behind the Duchess of Cambridge’s new glow. And since Middleton has been looking happier and more beautiful throughout the past couple of weeks, this could only mean that she’s pregnant.
The British pound slid against the euro and dollar Monday, the start of a pivotal week for Britain and the European Union to strike a Brexit deal. European stock markets also retreated as weak Chinese data offset a partial trade deal between China and the United States, analysts said. Asian investors had earlier Monday saluted the trade deal, sending regional equity markets rallying, though observers were sceptical about the overall significance of the agreement.
A popular K-pop star who had long been the target of abusive online comments was found dead at her home Monday, South Korean police said. The body of Sulli, a former member of top girl group f(x), was discovered by her manager at her home on the outskirts of the capital, Seoul. Police said in a statement that the 25-year-old had been suffering from "severe depression". The exact cause of her death was still under investigation.
Tunisia's electoral commission was expected to confirm Monday that voters gave conservative political outsider Kais Saied a sweeping mandate to be the next president, thanks largely to young people who flocked to his side. In a contest that reflected Tunisia's shifting post-revolution political landscape, Saied, an independent, scooped up more than 70 percent of the vote, polls showed -- sweeping aside his rival, charismatic media magnate Nabil Karoui.

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