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Upside Depends On A Pro-growth Budget

The government may announce schemes for the rural sector, so FMCG and rural infrastructure companies could see an upward pointing ticker

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LG's G5 Materialises At MWC

The handset, which looks a bit like a smaller Nexus 6P, has an always-on display from which you can see the time and notifications

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Budget Session Likely To Get Off To A Stormy Start On Tuesday

The JNU controversy, Dalit scholar Rohith Vemula's suicide and Pathankot terror strike set to dominate the proceedings despite efforts to broker peace between the opposition and the government

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Budget Expectation | Simplify KYC Norms

In an era of digitization, it is not fair to incur a cost of approximately Rs 150 on paperwork, just to get a KYC done

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Freedom 251 Maker Ringing Bells Comes Under Excise, I-T Departments' Scanner

Ringing Bells, makers of the world's cheapest smartphone, has come under the scanner of excise and income tax departments as debates around the feasibility of offering a Rs 251 handset rages on

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Jat Stir | Maruti Suspends Operations At Gurgaon, Manesar Plants

The company suspends operations at its two plants in Gurgaon and Manesar as component supplies have been hit by the agitation of Jats demanding job reservation

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Honda Cars To Recall Over 50,000 Units To Replace Faulty Airbag

Indian arm of Japanese carmaker Honda has said it will replace faulty airbag inflators in 57,676 units of City, Jazz and Civic cars as part of a global recall exercise

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Slow Progress For PM’s Financial Inclusion Dream

The government is estimated to have spent Rs 266,700 crore on subsidies in 2015, of which Rs 122,700 crore was spent on food, Rs 71,000 crore on fertiliser and Rs 60,300 crore on oil

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Govt Banks To See Rating Revisions Over Bad Loan Woes: Icra

Credit profile of PSBs has worsened because of higher than anticipated stress, slower than expected pace of recovery and weak outlook for several credit intensive sectors

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Air India To Start Non-stop Flight To Vienna From April 6

State-run Air India Ltd will connect Delhi to Vienna, the capital of Austria, with a non-stop flight from 6 April. This will be the national flag carrier’s eighth European destination.

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