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Article on February 18, 2017

Palaniswami's Govt Has Absolute Majority: TN Assembly Speaker

Declaring the result of the confidence vote, won by the government with a 122-11 margin, Dhanapal also charged DMK with stalling the House proceedings

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Heart Insurance For Your Loved Ones

Aviva Life Insurance launches first heart insurance for couples in the country that covers 19 major heart ailments

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Exploring Satellite Business In India

Hughes Network Systems proposes to invest $500 million in the country to develop high-throughput satellite along with ground infrastructure

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Pladis India Widens Consumer Base Under McVitie's Brand

'Since McVitie's was launched in India in 2010, it has gained strong consumer equity in the country, making it the choice of the health conscious,' says Abhishek Sharma, president of Pladis India

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GST Council Clears Law To Compensate States For Revenue Loss, Says FM Arun Jaitley

Inching towards rolling out of GST, the GST Council on Saturday approved a law to compensate states for any loss of revenue from the implementation of the new national sales tax but deferred approval for enabling laws to next meeting

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'New Education Policy Must Ensure Safety Of Dalit Students On Campuses'

In an interview with BW Businessworld’s Sreerupa Sil, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor says India would certainly have modernised and democratised -- without having to go through the ordeal that was colonial rule

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Budget 2017 | Promoting Bharat And India Leveraging Telecom And digital

The enhanced use of analytics and data mining by the Income Tax Department for detecting tax evasion will strengthen governance and transparency

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Trumph Presents A Great Opportunity To Invest In America: Anand Mahindra

At the concluding session of NIFL 2017, Mahindra looks at the opportunity in America, while Aditya Puri feels payment wallets model unviable for India

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Indian IT Industry Faces Twin Challenges Of Donald Trump, Automation

The IT sector, led by Tata Consultancy Services, Infosys Ltd and Wipro Ltd, is lobbying hard as the new US administration under President Donald Trump considers putting in place visa restrictions

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