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Indusind Bank In Talks With Bharat Financial To Pursue Merger

IndusInd did not provide further details regarding the talks, including whether there was a deadline

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Exxonmobil Slashes 20-Year LNG Price To India In Bad Omen For Producers

Long-term contracts are rarely revised in the LNG market, and for a big producer to cave in shows how supply from new plants in Australia and the United States over the past two years has transformed the market

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Nifty Regains 10,000-Mark, Sensex Rises 187 Points In Early Trade

Rising for the third straight day, the 30-share index too rose by 186.61 points, or 0.59 per cent, to quote at 31,874.13

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Is India Suffering From A Deficiency Of Mental Health Professionals?

According to the Union ministry of health and family welfare, the country needs 11,500 psychiatrists but has just 3,500

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Big Defaulters Responsible For Higher NPAs Of Banks: Jaitley

Jaitley lauded the efforts of PDCC and its administrators and members for sustained good performance of the bank and said that the model of PDCC should be replicated in other parts of the country

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Akhilesh Raises Questions Over UP Govt's Loan Waiver

The former chief minister claimed that to usher in happiness in the lives of the farmers, the previous SP government had worked to construct roads connecting the fields to the markets and mandis

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ADB To Provide $152 Million To Nepal To Enhance Power Transmission

The aid will be granted to the Power Transmission and Distribution Efficiency Enhancement Project (PTDEEP) which supports expansion of the transmission lines in various areas of Nepal and enhancement of the distribution efficiency in the northern part of Kathmandu, according to a statement issued by

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Indo-Afghan Strategic Partnership Council Meeting Tomorrow

India already has an extensive, USD 2 billion cooperation programme with Afghanistan and has supported road-building and the establishment of hospitals. It also trains Afghan police and army officers at military colleges in India.

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No Counting Machines, But Sophisticated Currency Verification

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is not using 'counting machines' for tallying the total number of demonetised notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 in any of its offices, the central bank has said in an RTI reply.

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Govt To Focus On Water Grid, Highways-cum-airstrips: Nitin Gadkari

India has become coal and power surplus. Electric mode is getting cheaper. Transport charges will come down. People will get sustainable transport. Whether West Bengal, Assam, Andhra Pradesh, North East, Uttar Pradesh or Bihar - metro and electric transport will expand eliminating hand rickshaws

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