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Article on August 13, 2017

Delhi govt to purchase 1,000 new buses; needs 3,700 more

According to official figures, there is a need for around 11,000 buses to cover all the areas in the city, which has a total of 865 routes

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HRD Plan To Replace UGC, AICTE With Single Regulator In Limbo

The plan to introduce Higher Education Empowerment Regulation Agency or HEERA with an aim to eliminate overlaps in jurisdiction and remove irrelevant regulatory provisions is in limbo

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18% GST On Food Takeaway From Non-AC Area At AC Restaurant

The new Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime, which was rolled out from July 1, provides for levy of 12 per cent on food bill in non-AC restaurants

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NPA Resolution To Spur Credit Expansion, Growth: Arvind Panagariya

Terming the non-performing assets (NPAs) or bad loans problem as a 'legacy issue', he said that even after three years of the NDA government taking charge, it has not gone away

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Narendra Modi May Turn Populist, Shun Major Reforms Till Polls: Report

"Closer to the polls, Modi might consider deploying his political capital more to boost BJP's 'nationalist' credentials rather than its 'reformist' image."

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India's Gold Imports To Rebound In 2017 On Restocking, Good Monsoon

Higher imports by the world's second biggest consumer will support global prices, which are trading near their highest level in two months, but could widen the country's trade deficit

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Max India Reports Strong Financials For First Quarter FY2018

Max India’s flagship operating company Max Healthcare (MHC), reported gross revenues of Rs 702 crore in Q1 FY2018 for its network of owned and managed hospitals, growing 10 per cent over the previous year

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Rising Trend Among Urban Indians - Mixing Business & Leisure Travel

About 38 per cent of the total respondents took one to three business trips, out of which 29 per cent had extended at least one of their trips for personal travel, according to FCM 'Bleisure Report, India'

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Pepe Jeans India to open 20 own stores by FY18

The company wants to take advantage of the liberalised policies that allow foreign single-brand retailers to sell through their own stores as well as franchisee outlets

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