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GST Reform An 'Act Of Courage', Says IMF Chief Christine Lagarde

Describing the ongoing Goods and Services Tax (GST) reform as an "act of courage", IMF chief Christine Lagarde has said she expects "some positive outcome" as a result of the decision

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FM Arun Jaitley Takes Up H-1B Visa Issue With US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has "strongly raised" the H-1B visa issue with US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, highlighting the important role played by highly skilled Indian professionals in America

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Internal Process On In The UK In Vijay Mallya Case: India

Ahead of the next hearing in the fugitive liquor baron Vijay Mallya extradition case on May 17, India said on Thursday that it was in touch with the government in the UK, where an internal legal process is on in the matter.

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Wipro Gives Pink Slips To About 600 Employees Across India Post Performance Appraisal

Says it undertakes a 'rigorous performance appraisal process' on a regular basis to align its workforce with business objectives, strategic priorities of the company, and client requirements

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Kodak To Introduce New Series Of Ultra HD And 4K TV Series In 2017

In an interview with BW Businessworld, Avneet Singh Marwah, Director and CEO of Super Plastronics, speaks on the company’s growth and achievements

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Hyundai India Rolls Out All New Xcent, To Pump In Rs.5,000 Crore By 2021

Close on the heels of presenting the 2017 edition of its Grand i10 hatchback, Hyundai Motor India has launched the refreshed version of its Hyundai Xcent sub-compact sedan that will co-exist with its older variant earmarked for fleet operators

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PM Modi, Paytm Founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma In Time's 'Most Influential People List'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma were the only two Indians to make it to an annual list of '100 most influential people in the world' this year released by the Time magazine on Thursday

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Sensex Extends Gains, Up 86 Points On Bargain Hunting

Markets finished higher for the second straight session on Thursday, with benchmark Sensex rising 86 points as investors snapped up recently beaten down counters amid upbeat global cues

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How Sustainable Is The Fishing Industry In India?

The fishing industry in India employs over 14 million people, according to a survey conducted by Food and Agriculture Organization department of the United Nations

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MindTree Q4 Net Profit Falls 27% To Rs 97.2 Crore

Mid-sized software services firm MindTree on Thursday (April 20) posted a decline of 26.8 per cent in consolidated net profit at Rs 97.2 crore for the quarter ended March 31

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Indians Are Happy With Their Job And Are Confident About It

In a recent survey conducted by recruitment consultancy firm Michael Page — ‘Job Confidence Index Q1 2017’, 62 per cent of India’s employed population seem quite satisfied with the work conditions they are provided with compared to the workforce of Asia-Pacific

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Parliamentary Panel Calls Reserve Bank Governor Urjit Patel Again On Note Ban Issue

RBI Governor Urjit Patel has been asked by a parliamentary panel to appear before it again on May 25 over demonetisation issue after former prime minister Manmohan Singh prevailed over BJP MPs in the panel to call him

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Technology In The Life Of A Farmer: Can It Mitigate Suicides?

"Farmer suicides rise 15% to 235, opposition raises pitch for loan waiver" screams the TOI of March 19th 2017, 36,359 Cr farm loans waived off in UP, screams another head line, a mad scramble to waive off farmer loans seems to be the order of the day. Are these sustainable propositions? Does the farmer really benefit?

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Modi Government Is Reforming, Performing And Transforming: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi praised the Modi led BJP government for its efforts to transform India and make the country's presence felt very strongly at a global level.

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Begum Jaan Sinks Further In Week Days After A Poor Start

After bringing very limited moolah in the weekends, Begum Jaan poor performance continued in the weekdays. A lot was riding on the weekdays performance for the movie to set a decent total on the board

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