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RBI relaxes bad loans provisioning rules for banks

16:19 From moneycontrol

RBI relaxes bad loans provisioning rules for banks

The Reserve Bank of India on Monday relaxed provisioning rules against bad loans by...

Taj group to launch luxury hotel near the Burj Khalifa in Dubai

16:17 From firstpost

Taj group to launch luxury hotel near the Burj Khalifa in Dubai

Mumbai: India-based hospitality player Taj Group on Monday said it would launch a luxury...

Dear Deepika, Vogue: Were not privileged girls who so, like, hate boys

15:46 From firstpost

Dear Deepika, Vogue: Were not privileged girls who so, like, hate boys

So, I am a snowflake and a tree and my soul roams around naked. (And unlike you ordinary...

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India skips Iran oil imports in March under US pressure

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India skips Iran oil imports in March under US pressure

New Delhi: India halted oil imports from Iran for the first time in at least a decade in March as New Delhi responded to US pressure to keep its shipments from Tehran within sanction limits during the...


The irrelevant niece: What's wrong with Jagdish Bhagwati's argument on Christians

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The irrelevant niece: What's wrong with Jagdish Bhagwati's argument on Christians

Does Professor Jagdish Bhagwati have a black friend?Substitute black with Christian/Muslim/Parsi and thats pretty much what the renowned economist tried to prove using almost half a column in Mint thi...

William and Kate will have a daughter named Alice, predict bookmakers

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William and Kate will have a daughter named Alice, predict bookmakers

London: If bookmakers are to be believed, Prince William and Kate Middleton will be blessed with a girl and their second baby would be named Alice.Punters have staked a significant amount on the Duke ...

India's nuclear deal with Australia running into turbulence over fuel safeguards

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India's nuclear deal with Australia running into turbulence over fuel safeguards

By Jaideep A PrabhuIndia and the world's nuclear fuel suppliers have not seen eye-to-eye recently on the issue of nuclear tracking. The suppliers, particularly Australia, Canada, and the United States...

Phone tapping to longer detention: Gujarat clears stringent anti-terror bill again

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Phone tapping to longer detention: Gujarat clears stringent anti-terror bill again

Despite being rejected in the past, the Gujarat government has passed the stringent Gujarat Control of Terrorism and Organised Crime (GUJCOC) bill, which amongthings allows law enforcement agencies to...

Business class travel expensive from 1 April, museum, zoo vist get cheaper

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Business class travel expensive from 1 April, museum, zoo vist get cheaper

New Delhi: Entry tickets to museums, zoo and tiger reserves would become cheaper, while business class air travel, investment in MFs and chit funds would become expensive with some of the service tax ...

Rhino population up in Kaziranga despite poaching

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Rhino population up in Kaziranga despite poaching

Jorhat, Assam: Rhino population in Kaziranga National Park has registered an increase of 72 even as 54 pachyderms were poached at the world heritage site since 2013.According to the latest rhino censu...