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Van Driver In Delhi's Biggest Heist Arrested, Cash Recovered

The armed guard accompanying the bank cash van asked the driver to stop the vehicle so that he could relieve himself by the roadside. When the guard returned, the vehicle and the driver were gone

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RBI Likely Sold Dollars Via State-Owned Banks To Support Rupee

The Indian rupee tumbled in line with its Asian peers due to persistent risk-off sentiment on the back of broad dollar strength

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World Trade Talks Stuck Again As Ministers Prepare To Meet

World Trade Organization Director-General Roberto Azevedo says 'there is no agreement among WTO members on what they want to do'

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Why Aamir's Intolerance Remarks Won't Ruin His Brand Image

Will Bollywood star Aamir Khan's recent statement about not feeling safe in India affect the actor's brand equity? Many advertising industry experts and marketers believe that his brand image will remain untouched

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Telenor Offers Unlimited YouTube And Dailymotion Streaming For Rs 2

Telenor India is commercially available in the six circles of UP (West), UP (East), Bihar (including Jharkhand), Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat. It will soon start commercial operations in Assam

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Five Banks Hired To Manage Coal India Stake Sale

Five Indian investment banks including ICICI Securities and SBI Capital have been hired to manage the government's sale of a 10 per cent stake in state-controlled Coal India, IFR reported on Thursday (26 November), citing two sources close to the matter

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GST Rate Should Be Below 20%, Says Congress

The proposed goods and services tax (GST) should be set at a rate of less than 20 per cent, the opposition Congress party said on Thursday (26 November), signalling willingness to compromise as long as the government takes into account its concerns

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Govt Says Word 'Secularism' Misused; Sonia Gandhi Raises 'Intolerance'

The Winter session of Lok Sabha on Thursday (26 November) began with an animated debate on the Constitution during which the government said the word 'secularism' mentioned in it had been "misused" while the opposition, led by Congress President Sonia Gandhi, raked up the issue of 'intolerance'

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Constitution Debate Sets The Tone For Stormy Session On Intolerance Next Week

The combined Opposition wants both the Houses to adopt a resolution on intolerance. It remains to be seen if the government agrees for a resolution

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Sunil Mittal Takes Rs 5 Crore Salary Cut To Support Undertrials In Indian Jails

Bharti Enterprises on Thursday launched a programme to extend legal help and awareness as well as literacy to underprivileged undertrials across the country through its arm, Nyaya Bharti

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