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Tear gas and rubber bullets fired as Hong Kong returns to chaos

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Reforms will produce results, 8% plus growth likely from FY21: NITI Aayog VC

Can we pass an arrest order under insolvency law, NCLAT asks Centre

Statsguru India's population profile explained through six charts

Over 28,000 species are officially threatened, with more likely to come

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Changes the govt has made to airport regulation raise troubling questions

A K Bhattacharya

flights, airports In the name of reducing the burden on the airport regulator, has the government expanded its own role?

Markets shocked by Modi 2.0, but why?

Debashis Basu

BSE, Markets If the market participants are miffed today, it is perhaps because they were living in a dream world all these years

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Transfers from RBI are unlikely to change fiscal reality

A swift response

Govt has moved fast to address IBC problems

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Irdai's regulatory changes likely to make insurance products more appealing

Now policies will acquire a surrender value after two premiums have been paid

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Samsung Galaxy A80

At Rs 47,990, Samsung Galaxy A80 is the most expensive A-series smartphone

The Samsung Galaxy A80 is priced at Rs 47,990, which makes it the most expensive A-series smartphone. The phone will be available for pre-orders ...

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