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Indian Sugar Mills Owe Record $4.38 Billion To Cane Growers

Farm leaders say Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has not done enough to help them get the cash owed them. Modi's office did not respond to an email seeking comment

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Nearly 50 % Polling Till 3 pm; Poor Voter Turnout In Hyderabad

Zaheerabad recorded highest number of voter turnout with 63.39 per cent while Hyderabad from where AIMIM president Asaduddin Owaisi is seeking re-election registered 27.79 per cent till three pm

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Opposition Scared, Indulging In Scaremongering: Narendra Modi

The prime minister said his government has been making efforts to bolster the quota system introduced by Baba Saheb Ambedkar.

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Outlook 2019-20: Beyond The Election Clouds

Markets tend to reward foresight in hindsight. An election year is an interesting year from an evaluation point of view. Let us explore what has happened and what is likely to be

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13.73% Voting Recorded In First 3 Hours In Bihar

Polling is underway in the four Lok Sabha seats of Aurangabad, Gaya, Nawada and Jamui

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SBI Extends Date For Deadline For Stake Sale In Jet Airways

Qualified bidders will be expected to submit their respective binding bid(s) latest by April 30

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18% Cast Votes Till 9 Am In West Bengal

Polling began at 7 am in Cooch Behar and Alipurduar, where a total of 34,51,883 electorate will decide the fate of 18 candidates

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India's April-Feb Rice, Buffalo Meat Exports Drop

India is the world's biggest exporter of buffalo meat, guar gum and rice

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Indian Oil Halts Fuel Supply To Jet Airways Over Non-Payment Of Dues

This is the second time the refiner has halted fuel supplies to crisis-stricken Jet, which is saddled with over $1.2 billion in debt and owes money to banks, aircraft lessors, suppliers, pilots and others

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India Inc's Earnings Lag In Modi Era, But Optimism Remains

Recent opinion polls suggest Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party-led (BJP) alliance will win a thin parliamentary majority in the elections

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Jaitley Dismisses Allegations Of Political Vendetta; Says I-T Raids On Basis Of Material Evidence

Defending the raids by the I-T department, Jaitley, who is in the US to attend the IMF-World Bank meetings wrote a facebook post titled 'Legitimate action against corruption is not vendetta'.

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Govt Compromised On National Security: Left Parties On Rafale

Modi and his govt have compromised national security for corruption and cronyism in an important defence deal

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Boeing Records Zero New MAX Orders Following Global Groundings

The groundings forced Boeing to freeze deliveries of the MAX, which had been its fastest-selling jetliner until a March 10 crash on Ethiopian Airlines that killed all 157 onboard

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Rafale: SC Dismisses Centre's Objection Claiming Privilege Over Docs By Petitioners To Seek Review

The top court said review petitions against its December 14 verdict dismissing all petitions against procurement of Rafale jets will be decided on merits

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Some Reforms In India Show Benefits Of Digitalisation: IMF

India have shown the benefits of digitalisation which has also reduced the opportunities for discretion and fraud, says IMF

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