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Tatas Agree To Pay NTT Docomo $1.18 Billion On Subject To Court Nod

Tata Sons on Tuesday said it has agreed to pay Japanese telecom firm NTT Docomo $1.18 billion to settle the 2-year old dispute over their Indian telecom joint venture

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Reliance Jio Tariff Very Aggressive, Unsustainable, Says Airtel's Sunil Mittal

India's largest mobile operator Bharti Airtel has said the new tariff announced by Reliance Jio is very aggressive and unsustainable, and the industry will respond to it with more competitive plans and additional data offerings

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Top Trends That Will Shape The Marketing & Tech World

Application of AI in marketing is evolving at a massive pace and is going to make marketers realize the enormity of task at their hands

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OECD Cuts India Growth To 7 Per Cent Due To Demonetisation, Says India A Star Performer

Paris-based think tank OECD on Tuesday cut India's growth forecast to 7 per cent for 2016-17 in view of demonetisation, but said the pace will accelerate to 7.3 per cent in the next fiscal

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Sanjay Menon Takes On MD Role At Sapient India

Menon will drive the strategy, capability development, and growth of Sapient's India presence and maintain its status as hub of the company's globally distributed delivery network

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Physician, Heal Thyself

Stents represent the tip of the iceberg: over-charging has become endemic in private hospitals

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Rentokil Partners With PCI To Consolidate Leadership Position In Indian Pest Control Market

Rentokil India on Monday announced that it has entered into an agreement to form a joint venture with Pest Control India and to acquire a 57 per cent stake in the new joint venture

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Samsung Heir Indicted For Bribery, Embezzlement: Prosecutors

The heir to the Samsung empire and four other top executives from the world's biggest smartphone maker were indicted on Tuesday on multiple charges including bribery and embezzlement, South Korean prosecutors said

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Updated: Star India on BCCI Rights

In an earlier version of this report that was headlined that Star may exit the BCCI broadcasting rights, the group’s managing director Sanjay Gupta’s comment was misrepresented. We apologise for that error.

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Unions Go Ahead With Bank Strike, Services Suffer

Branches of public banks remained either closed or non-operational on Tuesday (February 28) as staffers and officers went ahead with their day-long strike pressing for various demands, including accountability of top executives in the wake of mounting bad loans

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Slain Indian Engineer's Body Reaches Hyderabad Home

American gunman had reportedly yelled 'get out of my country' before opening fire on Kuchibhotla and his colleague Madasani

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Sensex Rises 51 Points Ahead Of GDP Data

Brokers said buying by domestic institutional investors took off well alongside a firming trend in other Asian markets

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Queen Hosts Reception To Launch UK-India Year Of Culture

Actors Kamal Hassan, Suresh Gopi, cricket legend Kapil Dev, singer and actor Gurdas Mann, fashion designers Manish Arora and Manish Malhotra and sitar maestro Anoushka Shankar attend the grand event

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Tata Sons, DoCoMo To Settle $1.17 Billion Legal Dispute, Says Report

Tata Sons Ltd has agreed to pay Japan's NTT DoCoMo about $1.17 billion in connection with the termination of a joint venture in the South Asian nation

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Public Banks Including SBI, PNB To Go On Strike Today, May Hit Normal Operations

Operations at state-owned banks will be impacted on Tuesday as most unions under the aegis of UFBU will go on strike to press for various demands including those related to wages

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