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Oppo F1 Plus Announced As New Selfie-Centric Smartphone

The smartphone features a 5.5-inch full HD display and the company claims that it offers the thinnest bezels in its category with just 1.66mm.

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Top Chinese Carmakers Seek A Share Of Indian Market

India is likely to become the world's third-largest car market by 2020 with annual sales nearly doubling to 5 million vehicles from 2.7 million in 2015

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One Plus 3: Not Now, Not Yet

The OnePlus X has been a good looking phone, but on the inside, there's nothing ground breaking. Having just dropped its price by Rs.2,000, it's still a bit of a forgotten product now.

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Asia Shares Dragged Lower By Japan, Dollar Still Groggy

A renewed slip in oil prices added to the cautious mood, while the dollar remained on the defensive ahead of the always-pivotal US payrolls report

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China's Anbang Abandons Bid To Buy Starwood Hotels

Starwood's acquisition by Marriott will create the world's largest lodging company with about 5,700 hotels

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India Inc Staring At Another Challenging Year In FY17, Says Ind Ra

The ratings agency has said external risks are likely to make the upcoming FY17 a 'challenging' year and pre-tax profit growth for top companies is unlikely to hit the double-digit mark

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China-Led AIIB Eyes First Loans To India

India, the bank's second biggest shareholder after China, is looking to borrow from the AIIB, a senior official said

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Thousands Of Jobs At Risk As Tata Steel Seeks British Exit

Tata, which employs about 15,000 people in Britain at sites including the giant Port Talbot plant in Wales, said its financial performance in Britain had deteriorated sharply in recent months and it wanted to exit as quickly as possible

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Few Takers For Public Offers

There has been much talk about the revival of the IPO market, but investor participation on the bourses remains lacklustre.

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Government Extends Import Taxes On Some Steel Products

India last September imposed provisional safeguard import duties on some steel products for 200 days

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'IT-BPM Industry In India Will Have To Come Out Of Its Comfort Zone'

B V R Mohan Reddy, Chairman, Nasscom and Founder & Executive Chairman, Cyient shares exclusive insights on the current state of the IT industry including startups and what it needs to do to achieve the projected revenues

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Global M&A Deals At $701.5 Billion In Q1; Down 25%: Report

According to the global deal tracking firm, after three successive quarters with more than $1 trillion deal value, the first quarter of this year saw transactions worth $701.5 billion

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Globescan: Time’s Ripe?

The shares in the rights offering will be sold at a 35 per cent discount to 10 March’s closing price, and the family of CEO Lakshmi Mittal will maintain their 37 per cent holding in the company. The firm said it would offer shares.

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Last Word: Half Done, Well Begun

The resort to cess revenue is against the spirit of cooperative federalism, since it is not shared with states

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Only 6 Of 21 Indian Cities Financially Independent

Municipal Corporations have limited management capabilities, IndiaSpend had reported earlier, crippling many urban programmes.

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