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Article on December 28, 2016

Modi Pushed India Backward Through Demonetisation, Says Lalu

Every party has its own agitation programme but the entire opposition is one in protesting against demonetisation, RJD president says

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Country's Soybean Production Likely To Touch 11 MMT

Soy could be a wonderful solution to reduce the protein calorie malnutrition in India, says Ratan Sharma, director - India and ASC Soy Food Program, US Soybean Export Council

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Rupee Ends At 4-Week Low Against Dollar At 68.24

Rupee continues to trade negative with low volatility due to higher dollar overseas amid sustained capital outflows, a forex trader said

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National Stock Exchange Files For Long-Awaited IPO

The NSE filed the so-called draft red herring prospectus with the capital markets regulator, the Securities and Exchange Board of India

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40 Kg Gold Looted From Muthoot Fincorp In Telangana

One of the robbers introduced himself as a CBI officer to the staff and told them that there were reports that several people had converted their black money into white and kept their gold at the branch

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SBI Rejects Report Of Rs 1,300 Crore Deposit In Arunachal Branches

'We strongly condemn such misleading news reports without knowing the factual data in media who are the fourth pillar of the society'

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SP Supremo Mulayam's List Of Nominees A Snub To UP CM Akhilesh, Party To Go Solo

In a clear snub to Akhilesh Yadav, SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday announced candidates for 325 of the 403 Uttar Pradesh Assembly seats, "ignoring" his son's objections to certain names, and "ruled out" alliance with any party for the upcoming polls

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Telecom 2016: The Year That Was - Digital India 2.0

For an industry which is as significant, all pervasive and as large as telecom, it is not an easy task to sum up the entire year in binaries, there were many shades that the industry experienced in a year which was also a year of turbulence & flux for the industry

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Failing Farmers on access to Financial Services

A major barrier to access to bank accounts and loans is the inability of marginal, landless labourers and women to procure evidence of cultivation of their farm land to avail loans

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Sensex Ends Negative On Late Selling, Ahead Of F&O Expiry

The Sensex wiped off all its gains on Wednesday to end in the red with a minuscule fall at 26,211 as cautious investors took profit at higher levels ahead of the monthly derivatives expiry amid a mixed trend overseas

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