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Credit Suisse Steps Up Cost Cuts In Tough markets

The cuts include eliminating 2,000 jobs at its Global Markets business to better weather challenging market conditions, Switzerland's second-biggest bank said

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Uber Drags Ola To Court Over Fake Rider Accounts

The Delhi High Court has sought a reply from Ola after Uber alleged loss of business from thousands of accounts that use untraceable numbers

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Ex-Flipkart Honchos To Launch Startup In Healthcare, Fitness

Mukesh Bansal, who sold Myntra to Flipkart in 2014, says the ventures will have strong technology-backed products

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Uttar Pradesh Govt To Blame For State's Power Woes: Goyal

The Union minister said the state government has failed to generate power despite resources being made available to it

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MRPL To Shut Crude, Diesel Units At Refinery From April 1

The refiner, which operates a 300,000 bpd coastal refinery in southern India, will also shut a diesel hydrotreater for about two weeks

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Why India’s Governance Frontlines Are Cash Starved

In urban India alone, no more than 30 per cent of sewage generated by 377 million people flows through treatment plants

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Odisha CM Writes To Modi For New Coal Block To State Power Firm

Stating that Odisha has the largest deposits of power grade coal in the country, Patnaik said the demand for power in the state is growing rapidly

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Sensex Slumps 102 Points On Profit-Booking, Weak Overseas Cues

Caution in view of a long weekend dominates sentiment as markets will remain closed on Thursday and Friday on account of Holi and 'Good Friday'

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British Firms Discriminate Against Women, Inquiry Shows

Top jobs remain dominated by men, with nearly three-quarters of companies in the FTSE 100 having no female executive directors

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Airport Security In Spotlight After Brussels Terrorist Attacks

Several countries have tightened or reviewed airport security following twin explosions at Brussels Airport, as Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Wednesday blamed Europe's porous borders and lax security for the attack

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