Few More News Headlines - 26 August 2011

NSE to launch DowJones and S&P futures to facilitate the trading on these US indexes.

Warren Buffett will Invest USD 5 Billion in Bank of America

Samsung smartphones Galaxy S, S II and Ace, these three Samsung Phones are banned in Some European Nations because of some patent violation with Apple.

Coal India will enter Nifty index from 10 October 2011.

The Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan has resigned after 15 months. This is the sixth resignation of PM in last 5 years.

Janata Party chief Subramanian Swamy was today allowed by a Delhi court to conduct his private complaint in the 2G scam.

Switzerland has struck a deal to return billions of pounds of unpaid taxes to the British Treasury and Germany; thus reducing the effort to increase transparency regarding black money.

India-s biggest software Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has decided to sponsor Amsterdam Marathon for five years from 2011 with the event being renamed as `TCS Amsterdam Marathon-.

The Supreme Court has suspended mining activities in Tumkur and Chitradurga districts of Karnataka as well with the previous suspension in Bellary district.

The Finance Ministry has indicated to recapitalize SBI in the current fiscal year itself to maintain the bank-s Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR) more than required 8%.