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Venkaiah Naidu Hopeful Of Passing Bills On Realty Regulator, GST In Budget Session

Says passing the Real Estate Regulation and Development Bill is essential because in the absence of a watchdog, people can be fleeced by fly-by-night operators in the sector

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Mahindra Q3 Net Profit Falls 14%, Misses Estimates

Says net profit for the three months ended December 31 was Rs 808 crore, down from Rs 942 crore a year earlier when it benefited from a one-time gain

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What's Behind The Global Stock Market Selloff?

Investors are fleeing stocks and running to safe-havens like bonds and gold, driven by concerns about economic growth and the effectiveness of central banks' policies

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Mission Incomplete: Raghuram Rajan's Plan To Transform RBI Into A Modern Bank

Raghuram Rajan, who likes to start his day with an 8:30 breakfast, early by Indian government standards, is seen by many RBI employees as fast and decisive

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Car Sales Hit Speed Bump In January, Snap 14-month Rising Streak

Domestic passenger car sales fell for the first time in 15 months after logging a marginally dip to 1,68,303 units in January as against 1,69,527 units in the year-ago period

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Provident Fund May Be Withdrawn Online From August, Says EPFO Official

Retirement fund body EPFO may launch by August an online facility to withdraw provident fund, a move that will reduce paperwork and provide hassle-free service to its subscribers

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The Right Path To Good Health?

DRL is focusing on a broad healthcare business model with an eye on the India market. Will the game plan succeed?

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Prime Up Your Fund Portfolio

With equities choppy, stay with debt funds in the short-run, continue SIPs, and avoid lump-sum equity investments till the clouds clear

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Why Delhi’s Polluters Should Pay For Pollution

Delhi’s January attempt to reduce road congestion (and the air pollution it causes) by using license plate numbers to restrict driving was a success

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2 Soldiers Die Every Month In Siachen

India has spent Rs 6,566 crores between 2012-13 and 2014-15 on clothing and mountaineering equipment–much of it imported–for soldiers at Siachen.

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