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Import of electronics rising contrary to 'Make in India'--ASSO...

initiative towards import intensive items like electronic goods, machinery, steel and transport equipment. DNA, 3 weeks ago

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Budget to pave way for a strong manufacturing base

The consumer durables sector in India plays an important role in steering the economic growth of the nation. Generating intensive employment opportunities and contributing more than 5.5 per cent to the IIP, this industry accounts for more than 40 per cent of ...
 Business Line1 month ago
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Talking Point: Luckless Indians bowl their hearts out

Bengaluru: It was one of the most intense days of Test match cricket where India rose from their slumber just at the right time. While Australia showed great amount of resilience, it was the Indian bowlers who fired salvos and came up with a spirited show to ...
 Sify3 weeks ago Pujara century keeps Indian innings together  Deccan Herald1 week ago 2nd Test: Australia take lead on day of see-saw battle  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Third ODI: Dress rehearsal for India ahead of Champions Trophy  Sify2 months ago
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Current account deficit to widen to USD 30 billion in FY2018, says ICRA

Credit rating agency ICRA in its report noted that it expects higher oil and gold imports to enlarge India's current account deficit to ~USD 30 billion (1.2 percent of GDP) in FY2018 from ~USD 20 billion in FY2017 (0.9 percent of GDP), arresting the trend of ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago 'India's current account deficit to touch $ 30 billion in 2018'  Sify2 weeks ago
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You'll not see Pune-like bad performance again, promises Kohli

Indian captain Virat Kohli today assured that his team will never repeat the kind of "bad performance" and "lack of intent" that led to the humiliating opening Test loss to Australia in Pune. The Indians were hammered by 333 runs in the first Test inside ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Kohli promises: You'll not see Pune-like bad performance again  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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I am not a Bollywood prototype: Priyanka Bose reveals why 'Lion' was so important for her

Priyanka Bose on her intense acting in Oscar-nominated 'Lion'
 DNA2 months ago Priyanka Bose reveals why 'Lion' was so important for her  Business Standard2 months ago

Intensive safety campaigns launched with inputs from Japan, Korea to curb accidents: Railways

[India], Jan. 25 (ANI): Hinting at the possibility of sabotage in the recent spate of train derailments, Railway Board Member (Traffic) Mohd. Jamshed on Wednesday said intensive safety campaigns have been launched with inputs of teams from Japan and Korea to ...
 Sify2 months ago

'It's important to be consistent'

Parvez Rasool evinces excitement in Indian cricketing circles. Coming from the state of Jammu and Kashmir, with limited cricketing pedigree, Rasool's exploits generate considerable interest. His international debut in 2014, though, didnt attract more ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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How to raise India's poor tax to GDP ratio

A combination of reduced cash intensity, a focused strategy of tax administration and GST is the way to go, say Sakshi Gupta, Tanvi Garg and Abheek Barua. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. With a week to go for the 2017-18 Budget, the issue of the potential fiscal benefits from “demonetisation” has predictably taken centre stage. The most important question being asked is whether demonetisation will prove to be the silver bullet for tax collections by increasing the tax-GDP ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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For India's airlines, the battle this time is over time, not price

Competition is intense and with the blurring of differences in service proposition and fares, it becomes imperative that airlines use their on-time performance for messaging and brand building. A new battle has broken out in Indian skies and this time the fight is over punctuality and not the ticket price. Airlines are promoting their on-time performance (OTP) records and also taking potshots at each other with equal measure in a bid to lure to customers and grab market share. Interestingly, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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