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How Twitter Plans To Make Money Off The 500 Million Who Never Sign In

The micro-blogger giant said it would start delivering ads to the 500 million users who visit the site or app without logging on

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Consortium Led By Hitachi Bags Rs 2,390 Crore Dedicated Freight Corridor Contract

The deal is for supply and installation of signalling and telecommunications systems between Delhi and Mumbai corridor

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US And India To Boost Defence Ties, Plan Joint Jet Engine Production

Describing the Indo-US defence partnership as an anchor of global security, US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter says the Obama Administration is ready to further strengthen this relationship

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Decline In Aircraft Orders This Year Shows Order Cycle Is Peaking

With three weeks left in 2015, Boeing Co and Airbus have booked 1,582 orders, a decline from 2,888 in 2014

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Researchers Identify Low GI Rice Variety Suitable For Diabetic People

The finding is not only advantageous for people with diabetes, or at a risk of the disease, it can also be a part of a healthy diet for the average consumers, experts feel

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Essar Secures Loan From Russia's VTB To Delist Shares

Essar Oil, the country's second-biggest private refiner, in July signed a preliminary deal with Rosneft to sell a 49 per cent stake in its 400,000 bpd Vadinar refinery in Gujarat

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New Delhi Features In Top 10 Global Cities 'On The Rise'

New Delhi is the only Asian city listed in the top 10 global cities in TripAdvisor's 2016 travellers' choice destinations on the rise

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Govt Slashes Minimum Export Price Of Onions To $400 Per Tonne

MEP is the rate below which no traders are allowed to export. The rise in MEP restrict exports and improves domestic supply

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India To Press For Implementation Of Bali Deal At Nairobi Trade Talks

Trade ministers from 162 WTO countries will gather in Kenya's capital from Dec. 15-18 to work on an agreement to liberalise global trade and give a push to the Doha round of trade talks stuck since 2001

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Japan-India Partnership Is More Than Bullet Trains

In terms of background and legacy, Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is more like Rahul Gandhi than Narendra Modi

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