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Swedish telecom equipment maker Ericsson has reported a 56 per cent growth in revenues from Indi... »

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Bank employees have urged the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, to take "expeditious" ste... »

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Adil Hussain

I can still remember Pratima Barua’s song on tea garden workers who left their homes in Odisha a... »

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Pravakar Sahoo

The much awaited labour reforms necessary for mass manufacturing in India were initiated by... »

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Skewed approach to bad debt

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There is growing concern over stressed assets in the banking system. Public sector banks have be... »

Women wary of anti-poverty schemes

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Deepti KC

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Sensex begins Samvat 2071 on positive note, up 63 points

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Brokers executing orders at the Muhurat trading in Bombay Stock Exchange on Thursday. - Paul Noronha The first trading session of Samvat 2071 concluded on a positive note today with the BSE Sensex... »

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Chop and shop: online veg shopping gets easier

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Christos Georghiou/shutterstock.com From offering cut vegetables to using ozone technology in cleaning greens, ensuring mini... »

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Hero MotoCorp, Honda record huge sales on Dhanteras

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Two—wheeler majors Hero MotoCorp and Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) raked in massiv... »

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Arabian Sea storm starts reorganising, eyes Gujarat for landfall

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Bloodiest of them all

Shreevatsa Nevatia

Behind the numbers: BJP camp office allegedly ransacked by Trinamool Congress workers during a bypoll campaign in North 24 Parganas district. Photo: PT The phone rang late that Friday night in Kulberia. Saroj Chowdhury is a familiar face in this vi... »
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8 tips to track your financial health this festive season

Shahid Charania

Festival of lights We are in that part of the year when festivities take over. Nine days ahead of Navratri incarnati... »
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Up-front commissions drive big collections into closed-end funds

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With the Sensex rising 25 per cent in the past year, new equity funds are back in vogue, collect... »

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Reading between the lines

Prasad Sangameshwaran

Watch your words! Guruji, a maker of fruit drink concentrates, is among the
several brands that advertises safety messages on the Mumbai rail network. -
SHASHI ASHIWAL It’s a public service campaign that could go by without attracting a second glance. But when... »

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Luxury brands prefer to stay away from e-commerce sites

Purvita Chatterjee

Cutting edge Being a bridge-to-luxury crystal brand, Swarovski cannot risk being a discounted brand. Even as pure play e-commerce sites bend backwards to offer deep discounts, some brands have been... »

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We see stronger revenue growth during the second half: Wipro CEO

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TK Kurien Wipro, the country’s third-largest software services exporter, posted a revenue growth th... »
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Festive season fails to enthuse realty market: JLL

V Rishi Kumar

The real estate market was not able to fully harness the benefits of market recovery, according... »
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IT signature tower be built in Vizag

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The IT sector in Visakhapatnam like the other sectors has suffered considerable damage due... »
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Mobile messaging apps eating into telcos’ SMS revenue

Rajesh Kurup

Usage of the short messaging service (SMS), the most-widely used mobile application across the w... »

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Let’s go...in the all new Alto K10 

S Ronendra Singh

  On a rainy morning in Chandigarh, we had the first chance to drive the s... »

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Caught in a loop

Prasad Sangameshwaran

What next? Loop Mobile stores across Mumbai city are downing shutters. - SHASHI ASHIWAL Madhav Garodia has been a much sought after man in the last few days. Not that he revels... »

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Shreevatsa Nevatia

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