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Japanese disaster rattles world stock markets
It has sent shock waves across the global economy
Markets survive tsunami scare
Sensex drops 154 points on global cues
Re-insurers take second hit from quake in Japan
FRANKFURT: The massive earthquake in Japan sent the stock value of re-insurers plummeting, less than a month after the sector was hit by the deadly tremblor that slammed Christchurch, New Zealand. Several re-insurance companies, which ...
Infy, iGATE staff in Japan safe
BANGALORE: IT software majors Infosys and iGATE, which have operations in Japan, on Friday said all their employees were safe. “Following the massive earthquake and resultant Tsunami that hit Japan earlier on Friday, we are ...
Major explosion at petrochemical complex
TOKYO: A major explosion hit a petrochemical complex in the northeast Japan city of Sendai hours after the biggest earthquake in Japanese history triggered a devastating tsunami, media reports said. TV images showed huge orange balls of ...
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