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Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is entering the airline business at a time when the sector is seeing one of its worst downturns. How do you see this move?

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Sitharaman as FM: Some positive surprises, a few works in progress

Tax, revenue and macroeconomic trends are encouraging, but more needs to be done on privatisation, clean-up of banking mess, anti-protectionism, and de-politicisation of govt bodies, writes T N Ninan

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Going abroad for studies? Student policies from Indian insurers are cheaper

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Apple AirTag, AirTag leather loop

Apple AirTag review: Now, a smart, tech-backed answer to your forgetfulness

A single unit of AirTag is available for Rs 3,190 and a pack of four for Rs 10,900. Accessories like leather key ring and leather loop cost Rs ...

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