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US Senators Slam H-1B Visa Programme

Sessions refuted the claims of many US companies about shortage of skilled workers in the US and thus the need to bring in qualified foreign workers from India.

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Govt Needs To Reduce Subsidised Cylinders To 10: Economic Survey

Advocating rationalising LPG subsidy, the pre-Budget Economic Survey has called for cutting supply of below-market priced cooking gas to 10 cylinders per household in a year from 12 bottles, at present

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LIC Buys 59 Per Cent Of NTPC Shares On Offer

The sale of NTPC shares was part of India's asset sales programme, which is crucial to contain the government's budget deficit

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Suzlon Wins Gujarat Order For 71MW Power Project

Located in Kutch district, the project will be completed in three phases with execution culminating by April 2017

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The Dynamic Chef

Chef Manu Chandra believes authenticity and consistency are overrated. if you are consistent nothing new will come along

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Blackberry’s Android Gamble

Blackberry Priv, the expensive Android flagship couldn't be more unique with its slide-out QWERTY keyboard

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What Individuals And Investors Want

Budget 2016 could go a long way in streamlining and reducing taxes thus leaving more money in the hands of salaried and middle-income people

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Sensex Up 210 Points On Bullish Growth Projections In Economic Survey

The Sensex jumped over 210 points after the Economic Survey projected the Indian economy to grow at 7-7.75 per cent in 2016-17, which could accelerate to 8 per cent in a couple of years

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Economic Survey Calls For Big Changes In Agri Sector, Bats For GM Crops

The Economic Survey has favoured the use of hybrid and GM seeds along with better MSP, irrigation and national market facilities to boost crop yields and for bringing in major transformation in the sector

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Expert Views | India Sees Growth Holding Up, Inflation Falling

The NDA government expects growth to hold up and inflation to decline next year, the Economic Survey said on Friday

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