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Reply for: NIFTY50_2019

Chandan Pramar at 02:40 PM - Jul 16, 2019 ( )

as I said yesterday after close of the market..... today made low 11574 High 11667....Don't forget weekly close...

Chandan Pramar at 04:01 PM - Jul 15, 2019 ( )

Nifty Will move Towards 11700 this week Resistance 11616-11657-11673-11737-11772...It will go Up but let see Weekly chart is showing it should close below 11634...If Its close above 11615 it will form Bullish Harami Pattern in Weekly chart..Now weekly closing below 11553 will create bear in Market for a target 11200

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Chandan Pramar at 01:44 PM - Jul 16, 2019 ( )

Its Dificult But i will wait till Friday to Form some Pattern in Nifty Weekly chart if Close Below 11553 then pattern will change

Ajay Singhi at 12:41 PM - Jul 16, 2019 ( )

Thanks Chandanji,

Seems below 11380 willl be extremely difficult now.

 

Thanks,

 

Ajay

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Chandan Pramar at 11:20 AM - Jul 16, 2019 ( )

This is weekly chart of Nifty where we can see till Now Nifty is forming Bullish Harami Pattern...But it will confirm on Friday Closing... while MACD is giving Bearish Signal which tells Nifty above  above the Mid Bolinger Band selling will start. Still I feel it could go to 11300 But time frame can't tell it now..Before to go Down it may Hit 11700 or More like Last i gave 11500 before Hitting 11500 it went up till 12000 almost and comeback and Hit ~11470..This all i'm telling based on Technical charts...

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Chandan Pramar at 11:00 AM - Jul 16, 2019 ( )

@Senguttuvan Krishnasamy, i mentioned if everything goes good to bear then we can see 11330....But its was not  good to bear  so i told early morning @11:16

Chandan Pramar at 11:16 AM - Jul 15, 2019 (about 24 hours ago)

three hour chart still showing it can go up towards 11615 ...

when the nifty was Near 11555 after the post Nifty Made Low of the Day 11533 and pull back towards 11600 and made high 11595 Today it Made High11637

If someone is just blindly folowing, for them there is a chance of exit i given..

Senguttuvan Krishnasamy at 04:06 PM - Jul 15, 2019 ( )

4hour Chart Looks like today... On Monday if everthing goes good to bear then we can see 11330. This you told Friday. Today you say 11700. Which to follow 

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Chandan Pramar at 04:01 PM - Jul 15, 2019 ( )

Nifty Will move Towards 11700 this week Resistance 11616-11657-11673-11737-11772...It will go Up but let see Weekly chart is showing it should close below 11634...If Its close above 11615 it will form Bullish Harami Pattern in Weekly chart..Now weekly closing below 11553 will create bear in Market for a target 11200

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Chandan Pramar at 11:16 AM - Jul 15, 2019 ( )

three hour chart still showing it can go up towards 11615 ...

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Chandan Pramar at 03:13 PM - Jul 12, 2019 ( )

4hour Chart Looks like today... On Monday if everthing goes good to bear then we can see 11330

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Chandan Pramar at 03:11 PM - Jul 12, 2019 ( )

We can see Nifty Next week Near 11400-11300 or more

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Chandan Pramar at 02:51 PM - Jul 12, 2019 ( )

As I said earlier in this week...

Chandan Pramar at 11:52 AM - Jul 08, 2019 ( )

According to weekly chart It looks Like end of the week Nifty should Close below 11604 only

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Chandan Pramar at 02:49 PM - Jul 12, 2019 ( )

High Made 11639.55....

Chandan Pramar at 11:37 AM - Jul 12, 2019 ( )

Todays High might be arround 11650

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Chandan Pramar at 11:37 AM - Jul 12, 2019 ( )

Todays High might be arround 11650

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Chandan Pramar at 02:59 PM - Jul 11, 2019 ( )

High Made 11599

Chandan Pramar at 12:38 PM - Jul 11, 2019 ( )

Nifty Today it will go 11630+ in Coming 3Hour

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Chandan Pramar at 12:38 PM - Jul 11, 2019 ( )

Nifty Today it will go 11630+ in Coming 3Hour

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Chandan Pramar at 02:35 PM - Jul 10, 2019 ( )

see if Nifty is closing above/below 11490 in 30 min chart...

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Chandan Pramar at 02:32 PM - Jul 10, 2019 ( )

Consolidation Over and again Bear ComeBack

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Chandan Pramar at 02:19 PM - Jul 10, 2019 ( )

Today Close Below 11491 will  drag to next support 11408

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Chandan Pramar at 01:51 PM - Jul 10, 2019 ( )

Just See How 11491 act as a support for Nifty

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Chandan Pramar at 01:44 PM - Jul 10, 2019 ( )

Nifty should Not close below 11503 Today for Bullishness If it close Below then Next target will be 11400..Double bottom is not yet formed in Daily Chart so be carefull If Based on 2hour chart If Noity will go up then it will come down also on the same day....Till Now i Didn't see Nifty could close above 11600 this week, it will close below 11600 this week..so If Nifty go above 11600 before this weekend Sell it for Least Target 11600 again..

Chandan Pramar at 01:32 PM - Jul 10, 2019 ( )

Double Bottom we can see in 2 hour Chart will go up 

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Chandan Pramar at 01:32 PM - Jul 10, 2019 ( )

Double Bottom we can see in 2 hour Chart will go up 

Chandan Pramar at 03:30 PM - Jul 09, 2019 ( )

Tomoorow early Morning we can see Nifty above 11600-11650

New Thread: Currency Futures Mostly USD/INR

Chandan Pramar at 04:37 PM - May 10, 2019 ( )

In This thread i will post my personal view mostly on Currency Market(USD/INR). i may be wrong on this.so before blindly following this thread  please do some work urself also.don't blame anyone for your loss or profit.

New Thread: NSE Stocks

Chandan Pramar at 12:34 PM - Mar 07, 2019 ( )

In This thread i will post my personal view on Stocks Under NSE(for short,Medium & Long Term). i may be wrong on this.so before blindly following this thread  please do some work urself also.don't blame anyone for your loss or profit.

New Thread: NaturalGas Futures

Chandan Pramar at 01:34 PM - Jan 10, 2019 ( )

In This thread i will post my personal view on NaturalGas. i may be wrong on this. so before blindly following this thread  please do some work urself also. don't blame anyone for your loss or profit .

New Thread: Nifty Future Stocks

Chandan Pramar at 10:52 AM - Jan 10, 2019 ( )

In This thread i will post my personal view on nifty. i may be wrong on this. so before blindly following this thread please do some work urself also. don't blame anyone for your loss or profit .

New Thread: NIFTY50_2019

Chandan Pramar at 12:23 AM - Jan 08, 2019 ( )

In This thread i will post my personal view on nifty. i may be wrong on this. so before blindly following this thread  please do some work urself also. don't blame anyone for your loss or profit .

Link to go my old Thread: NIFTY50_2018

New Thread: NIFTY50_2018

Chandan Pramar at 12:31 PM - Jan 03, 2018 ( )

In This thread i will post my personal view on nifty. i may be wrong on this.so before blindly following this thread  please do some work urself also.don't blame anyone for your loss or profit.

Link to go my old Thread: Nifty50_2017


From: chandan pramar at 02:30 PM - Sep 25, 2018( )


which will break first the next will be there:

11449-11396-11343-11290-11237-11184-11131-11078-11025-10973-10921-10869-10817-10765-10713-10661-10609

New Thread: Crude OIL

Chandan Pramar at 06:00 PM - Aug 29, 2017 ( )

In This thread i will post my personal view on Crude OIL. i may be wrong on this.so before blindly following this thread  please do some work urself also.don't blame anyone for your loss or profit.

New Thread: INFOSYS@855 very soon

Chandan Pramar at 12:43 PM - Aug 18, 2017 ( )

As Vishal Sikka Resign From MD & CEO..we can see the share price fall till 855 Its Not because of Vishal Sikka Technically it was comming but ASAP didn't guessed it. Because of Vishal Sikka's Resignation it just became fast process and Yesterday announcement of Share BuyBack.

New Thread: Nifty50_2017

Chandan Pramar at 02:48 AM - Jan 01, 2017 ( )

In This thread i will post my personal view on nifty. i may be wrong on this.so before blindly following this thread  please do some work urself also.don't blame anyone for your loss or profit.

Link to go my old Thread: Nifty50 2016

New Thread: Nift 2017

Chandan Pramar at 02:44 AM - Jan 01, 2017 ( )

In This thread i will post my personal view on Nifty Spot. i may be wrong on this.so before blindly following this thread  please do some work urself also.don't blame anyone for your loss or profit.

Link to go My old Thread : Nifty50 2016

New Thread: BankNifty moving towards 20,000 this Dec-Jan 2016-17

Chandan Pramar at 12:51 PM - Dec 05, 2016 ( )

In This thread i will post my personal view on BankNifty. i may be wrong on this.so before blindly following this thread please do some work urself also.don't blame anyone for your loss or profit.

New Thread: Information Regarding QNET

Chandan Pramar at 06:53 PM - Jun 07, 2016 ( )

Hi Mudraites

I want info about QNET. If someone joined from Mudraa OR  knows about QNET please share your views. Cause one of my friend told me to JOIN QNET after JOINING u will become richer more richer. Is it true or just fake or scam.(for Joining require some couple of Lacs as investment).I saw in the internet most of the places telling its a scam but still its running.

Thanks!

New Thread: Nifty50 2016

Chandan Pramar at 05:45 PM - Jan 01, 2016 ( )

In This thread i will post my personal view on nifty. i may be wrong on this.so before blindly following this thread  please do some work urself also.don't blame anyone for your loss or profit.



From: chandan pramar at 05:50 PM - Jan 01, 2016( )


Link to go my old Thread: Nifty (Future) 2015

New Thread: Nifty (Future) 2015

Chandan Pramar at 07:44 PM - Dec 25, 2014 ( )

Hi All,                                                                                                                                                                                    

Today I'm creating new thread.hope evryone will like this one.For the earlier thread Nifty (Future) i got so many msg ...its   taking too much time to scroll down to read the new post.                                                                                                      

In This thread i will post my personal view on nifty. i may be wrong on this.so before blindly following this thread  please do some work urself also.don't blame anyone for your loss or profit.

Happy Christmas to All Mudraa Members & Viewers....



From: chandan pramar at 07:56 PM - Dec 25, 2014( )


Link to go my old thread: NIFTY (FUTURE)

New Thread: what the hell is going on in Indian Market?

Chandan Pramar at 02:44 PM - Feb 26, 2014 ( )

all country market were nd now in red but from last week India always in Green not only Green its moving in updirection steadily at every negative opening of other country market...even today also   why??why????why????????

any hope with Indian markets

New Thread: Can u help me???

Chandan Pramar at 03:11 PM - Feb 18, 2014 ( )

Kindly note that todays (18.02.14) cash market purchases cannot be sold for delivery tomorrow (19.02.14) due to same day settlement. Therefore no BTST possible.

what does it mean???

New Thread: Market News

Chandan Pramar at 11:47 AM - Feb 14, 2014 ( )

Vote-on-Account: Chidambaram seen walking budget tightrope Asia's third-largest economy is facing its worst economic slowdown in nearly a decade, with shrinking manufacturing, slower jobs growth and high inflation limiting the government's ability to offer sops to voters or companies to boost growth. 1  2 1Google +0 0 Finance Minister P Chidambaram will be walking a tightrope when he presents an interim budget for the coming fiscal year on Monday, doling out more funds to woo voters and tax cuts to support industry while projecting a lower fiscal deficit before elections. Asia's third-largest economy is facing its worst economic slowdown in nearly a decade, with shrinking manufacturing, slower jobs growth and high inflation limiting the government's ability to offer sops to voters or companies to boost growth. Opinion polls predict defeat for the Congress-led ruling alliance in elections due by May amid widespread discontent with its mismanagement of the economy, high inflation and corruption scandals. Officials say Chidambaram is likely to make a last-ditch attempt to win back voters by announcing more funds for health, rural jobs, roads and food subsidies, and to speak about the government's achievements in the last 10 years. Chidambaram will have slightly more manoeuvring room after an auction of telecommunications spectrum which ended on Thursday brought in a much higher-than-expected USD 9.85 billion in bids. The government will get at least USD 3 billion of that upfront in the current fiscal year, with the rest spread out until 2026. In an election year, India presents an interim budget to parliament for approval for planned expenditure for three to four months, but leaves the next government to take major policy steps in the full-year budget after the polls. Chidambaram is expected to cut factory-gate duties on products like autos to support the manufacturing sector, extend an interest subsidy on bank loans to exporters, farmers, and offer tax concessions for poorer regions. ECONOMY LOSING STEAM Industrial output has fallen 0.1 percent in the first nine months of 2013/14 fiscal year, and annual car sales declined by about 5 percent. Since taking charge last August, Chidambaram has taken many steps such as reducing spending and gold imports to rein in the fiscal and current account deficit that helped stave off the threat of credit rating downgrades last year. But he has made limited headway in taming persistently high inflation and shoring up economic growth. The economy is projected to grow by 4.9 percent for the current fiscal year ending in March, much lower than the more than 9 percent growth seen before the 2008 global financial crisis. Annual retail inflation remains uncomfortably near 9 percent. Chidambaram is likely to project near 6 percent GDP growth and a fiscal deficit target of 4.2 percent of gross domestic product for coming 2014/15 fiscal year. He is expected to report a fiscal deficit of nearly 4.8 percent of GDP for the current fiscal year, helped by sharp spending cuts, higher receipts from the sale of telecoms spectrum and dividends from state firms. "We will surprise everyone on the fiscal deficit numbers," a senior finance ministry official told Reuters. "The government is expected to cut budgeted expenditure by 550-650 billion rupees in sectors like roads, metro rail, defence and power sectors to meet the deficit target," said another government source. It also may defer oil, fertiliser and other subsidies worth nearly 1 trillion rupees to the next fiscal year, he said, adding the final figures could be higher, and would be known only at the end of fiscal year on March 31. Both sources declined to be identified because they were not authorised to speak about budget numbers. However, the oil, fertiliser and food subsidies are likely to be budgeted at about 2 percent of GDP for next fiscal year, compared with 2.21 trillion rupees budgeted subsidies for this fiscal, the second source said. The next government may revise these numbers when it presents the full-year budget in June or July. Officials say the finance ministry has rejected the power ministry's proposal to grant an annual 250 billion subsidy for gas-based power plants to cushion customers as natural gas prices are set to almost double from April 1. However, the railways, defence, health and other ministries have been assured of more funds in the budget. DEFERRING BURDEN Analysts and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) are worried that by deferring a large amount of subsidies to the next fiscal year, Chidambaram may harm growth prospects. "The government should avoid deferring release of funds for expenses that have already been incurred, to prevent tightening of systemic liquidity and further harm to sluggish growth," said Aditi Nayar, an economist at ICRA, the Indian arm of credit rating agency Moody's. The RBI has asked the government to target food and fuel subsidies for fiscal consolidation, and take steps to deal with food inflation. "The quality of fiscal consolidation worries us," Samiran Chakraborty, senior economist, Standard Chartered Bank, said in a research note on Wednesday. It expects gross borrowing for next fiscal year at 5.8 to 6 trillion rupees, assuming 12 percent nominal GDP growth. 

Read more at: http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/economy/vote-on-account-chidambaram-seen-walking-budget-tightrope_1042908.html?topnews=1&utm_source=ref_article

New Thread: NIFTY (FUTURE)

Chandan Pramar at 01:10 AM - Feb 13, 2014 ( )

NIFTY MAY CROSS AGAIN 6100 MARK TODAY....



From: chandan pramar at 01:22 AM - Feb 13, 2014( )


Three Month Technical Chart  for S P CNX NIFTY



From: chandan pramar at 03:06 AM - Feb 16, 2014( )


Three Month Technical Chart  for S P CNX NIFTY



From: chandan pramar at 11:02 PM - Feb 18, 2014( )


According to above graph nifty can go up to 6170-6200 then its return back



From: chandan pramar at 03:34 PM - Feb 26, 2014( )


Sensex touched today  21000 marks nd  Moving towards making a new High...just follow the path of US Market(recently S&P500 made a new high).Sensex Only away from 483points to making a new high.so till before making a new high i m not expecting a big fall



From: chandan pramar at 02:30 PM - Mar 03, 2014( )


Ukraine mobilizes army after Putin's 'declaration of war'


KIEV/BALACLAVA, UKRAINE: Ukrainemobilized for war on Sunday and Washington threatened to isolate Russia economically after President Vladimir Putin declared he had the right to invade his neighbour in Moscow's biggest confrontation with the West since the Cold War.

"This is not a threat: this is actually the declaration of war to my country," Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said in English. Yatseniuk heads a pro-Western government that took power in the former Soviet republic when its Moscow-backed president, Viktor Yanukovich, was ousted last week.

Putin secured permission from his parliament on Saturday to use military force to protect Russian citizens in Ukraine and told US President Barack Obama he had the right to defend Russian interests and nationals, spurning Western pleas not to intervene.

Financial markets reacted to the escalating tensions when trading opened in Asia on Monday, with oil and wheat futures jumping and stock indexes falling.

Russian forces have already bloodlessly seized Crimea, an isolated Black Sea peninsula where Moscow has a naval base.

On Sunday, they surrounded several small Ukrainian military outposts there and demanded the Ukrainian troops disarm. Some refused, leading to standoffs, although no shots were fired.

As Western countries considered how to respond to the crisis, the United States said it was focused on economic, diplomatic and political measures, and made clear it was not seriously considering military action.

US Secretary of State John Kerry will visit Kiev on Tuesday to show "strong support for Ukrainian sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity, and the right of the Ukrainian people to determine their own future, without outside interference or provocation", the State Department said in a statement.

The Group of Seven major industrialized nations, condemning the Russian intrusion into Ukraine, suspended preparations for the G8 summit that includes Russia and had been scheduled to take place in June in Sochi, site of the recent Winter Olympics.

Finance ministers from the G7 said they were ready to offer "strong financial backing" to Ukraine, provided the new government in Kiev agreed to pursue economic reforms sought by the International Monetary Fund.

Analysts said US economic sanctions would likely have little impact on Russia unless they were paired with strong measures by major European nations, which have deeper trade ties with Moscow and are dependent on Russian gas.

But EU officials said the European Union was unlikely to match the United States in threatening sanctions against Russia when its foreign ministers meet to discuss Ukraine on Monday, instead pushing for mediation between Moscow and Kiev.

Wheat futures spiked more than 4 percent on Monday on fears of disruption to shipments from one of the world's key exporting regions. Oil rose as much as 2 percent, while U.S. stocks futures fell 1 percent.

MORE DEMONSTRATIONS IN EASTERN UKRAINE

With Russian forces in control of majority ethnic Russian Crimea, the focus is shifting to eastern swaths of Ukraine, where most ethnic Ukrainians speak Russian as a native language.

Those areas saw more demonstrations on Sunday after violent protests on Saturday, and pro-Moscow activists hoisted flags for a second day at government buildings and called for Russia to defend them.

Russia has staged war games with 150,000 troops along the land border, but they have so far not crossed. Kiev said Russia had sent hundreds of its citizens across the border to stage the protests.

Ukraine's security council ordered the general staff to immediately put all armed forces on highest alert. But Kiev's small and under-equipped military is seen as no match for Russia's superpower might.

The defence ministry was ordered to stage a call-up of reserves, meaning theoretically all men up to 40 in a country with universal male conscription, although Ukraine would struggle to find extra guns or uniforms for many of them.

Kerry condemned Russia for what he called an "incredible act of aggression" and brandished the threat of economic sanctions.

"You just don't, in the 21st century, behave in 19th century fashion by invading another country on a completely trumped-up pretext," Kerry told the CBS programme "Face the Nation".

He said Moscow still had a "right set of choices" to defuse the crisis. Otherwise, G8 countries and other nations were prepared to "to go to the hilt to isolate Russia".

"They are prepared to isolate Russia economically. The rouble is already going down. Russia has major economic challenges," he said. Kerry mentioned visa bans, asset freezes and trade isolation as possible steps.

Obama held calls with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, British Prime Minister David Cameron and Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski. The leaders expressed "grave concern" over Russia's action and stressed that "dialogue between Ukraine and Russia should start immediately, with international facilitation as appropriate", the White House said.

Ukraine's envoy to the United Nations said Kiev would ask for international military support if Russia expanded its military action in his country.

At Kiev's Independence Square, where anti-Yanukovich protesters had camped out for months, thousands demonstrated against Russian military action. Speakers delivered rousing orations and placards read: "Putin, hands off Ukraine!"

"If there is a need to protect the nation, we will go and defend the nation," said Oleh, an advertising executive cooking over an open fire at the square where he has been camped for three months. "If Putin wants to take Ukraine for himself, he will fail. We want to live freely and we will live freely."

The new government announced it had fired the head of the navy and launched a treason case against him for surrendering Ukraine's naval headquarters to Russian forces in the Crimean port of Sevastopol, where Moscow has a major naval base.

REACTION FROM THE WEST

Obama spoke to Putin for 90 minutes by telephone on Saturday after the Russian leader declared he had the right to intervene and quickly secured unanimous approval from his parliament.

The Kremlin said Putin told Obama that Russian speakers were under threat from Ukraine's new leaders, who took over after Yanukovich fled huge protests against his repression and rejection of a trade deal with the European Union.

Putin reiterated that stance in a telephone call with Merkel on Sunday, the Kremlin said, adding he and Merkel agreed that Russia and Germany would continue consultations to seek the "normalisation" of the situation.

But in a sign of concern among Russian liberals, members of Putin's own human rights council urged him on Sunday not to invade Ukraine, saying threats faced by Russians there were not severe enough to justify sending in troops.

Ukraine, which says it has no intention of threatening Russian speakers, has appealed for help to NATO, as well as to Britain and the United States as co-signatories with Russia to a 1994 accord guaranteeing Ukraine's security.

After an emergency meeting of NATO ambassadors in Brussels, the alliance called on Russia to bring its forces back to bases and refrain from interfering in Ukraine.

Despite expressing "grave concern", NATO did not agree on any significant measures to apply pressure on Russia, with the West struggling to come up with a forthright response that does not risk pushing the region closer to military conflict.

"We urge both parties to immediately seek a peaceful solution through bilateral dialogue, with international facilitation ... and through the dispatch of international observers under the auspices of the United Nations Security Council or the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe," NATO said in a statement.

So far, the Western response has been largely symbolic. Some countries recalled ambassadors. Britain said its ministers would stay away from the Paralympics, which begin in Sochi on Friday.

"Right now, I think we are focused on political, diplomatic and economic options," a senior US official told reporters.

"Frankly our goal is to uphold the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine, not to have a military escalation," he said.

German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier urged world leaders on Sunday to work to calm the crisis and defended Russia's membership of the G8, saying it enabled the West to talk directly with Moscow.

RUSSIANS IN CRIMEA

Ukraine's military is ill-matched against its neighbour. Britain's International Institute of Strategic Studies estimates Kiev has fewer than 130,000 troops under arms, with planes barely ready to fly and few spare parts for a single submarine.

Russia, by contrast, has spent billions under Putin to upgrade and modernize the capabilities of forces that were dilapidated after the breakup of the Soviet Union. Moscow's special units are now seen as equal to the best in the world.

In Crimea, Ukraine's tiny contingent made no attempt to oppose the Russians, who bore no insignia on their uniforms but drove vehicles with Russian plates and seized government buildings, airports and other locations in the past three days.

Kiev said its troops were encircled in at least three places and pulled its coast guard vessels out of Crimean ports. Ukraine said its naval fleet's 10 ships were still in Sevastopol and remained loyal to Kiev.

Scores of Russian troops were camped outside a base of Ukrainian troops at Perevalnoye, on a road from Crimea's capital, Simferopol, towards the coast.

A representative of the base commander said troops on both sides had reached agreement so no blood would be shed.

"We are ready to protect the grounds and our military equipment," Valery Boiko told Reuters television. "We hope for a compromise to be reached, a decision, and as the commander has said, there will be no war."

Igor Mamchev, a Ukrainian navy colonel at another small base outside Simferopol, said a truckload of Russian troops had arrived at his checkpoint and told his forces to lay down their arms.

"I replied that, as I am a member of the armed forces of Ukraine, under orders of the Ukrainian navy, there could be no discussion of disarmament. In case of any attempt to enter the military base, we will use all means, up to lethal force," Mamchev told Ukraine's Channel 5 TV.

A unit of Ukrainian marines was also holed up in a base in the Crimean port of Feodosia, where they refused to disarm.

Elsewhere on the occupied peninsula, the Russian troops assumed a lower profile on Sunday after the pro-Moscow Crimean leader said overnight the situation was now "normalised".

Putin's justification citing the need to protect Russian citizens was the same as he used to launch a 2008 invasion of Georgia, where Russian forces seized two breakaway regions.

In Russia, state-controlled media portray Yanukovich's removal as a coup by dangerous extremists funded by the West and there has been little sign of dissent



From: chandan pramar at 11:59 AM - Sep 30, 2014( )


The fifth bi-monthly monetary policy statement is scheduled on Tuesday, December 2, 2014.

Read more at: http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/economy/rajan-keeps-rates-unchanged-says-6-inflation-target-for-2016-at-risk_1192660.html?utm_source=ref_article



From: chandan pramar at 07:59 PM - Dec 25, 2014( )


Link To Go My New Thread On Nifty: Nifty (Future) 2015

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