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Naam Shabana Stays Low In Its 2nd Weekend At Box-Office

Naam Shabana started the weekend collecting Rs 1.07 crore on Friday; the film saw a good 80 per cent growth on Saturday, collecting Rs. 1.88 crore

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Election Commission Helping BJP Win Elections, Says Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal

Launching an attack on the Election Commission over alleged EVM manipulation, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday claimed that the poll body was acting like "Dhritarashtra" to help son "Duryodhana" (BJP) win the polls

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Ford Aspire Sports Edition To Launch Soon

The Ford brand is looking at reviving its products and it will be launching the new Figo Aspire Sports mostly by April-end or early May

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Flipkart Aims To Take A Significant Portion In Grocery Segment

Homegrown e-commerce major Flipkart is locked in an intense battle with Amazon, Flipkart is looking at re-entering the grocery segment that accounts for a significant portion of India's retail industry

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War On Black Money Cannot Be Concluded With One Action, Says Venkaiah Naidu

The war on black money cannot be concluded with one action alone and many more steps will be taken by the Modi government in this regard, Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said on Monday, hailing the EC for countermanding the R K Nagar bypoll over use of money power

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RBI May Go For 25 Bps Rate Cut In August, Says Report

The monetary policy committee of the Reserve Bank of India is expected to cut policy rates by 25 bps in August on weak growth and benign inflation, says a Bank of America Merrill Lynch report

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NDA Top Guns To Meet To Formulate Future Strategy

A meeting of NDA's top leaders, headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, will be held on Monday evening as the ruling alliance puts up a show of strength ahead of elections to the post of the President and Vice President

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Early Market Gains Dry Up As Geo-political Worries Linger

A growing sense of disquiet over the uneasy equations between the US and Russia over Syria forced markets to do a reality check, which pared their early gains on Monday

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India Railways To Adopt Modi's Digital India Push, Make Supply Chains Digital

The Indian Railways will be launching digital contract, a system of digitisation of its entire supply chain across all zones

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A Million Candidates Appear For JEE But Limited Career Opportunity

The admission in central government funded colleges for a mere 24,000 seats will be done through the merit list provided the student scores a minimum of 75 per cent in board exams. The states then allot seats on the merit list or on their respective exams

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