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Operating environment is still volatile, says Tata Consumer chairman

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Court allows Alt News' Zubair to meet his counsel for 30 mins once a day

Mumbai building collapse: One dead, 11 injured, rescue in progress

Saugata Bhattacharya The art and science of managing inflation

58% e-commerce consumers say their negative ratings not published: Survey

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Zoho Corporation will not list as long as I am CEO, says Sridhar Vembu

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Indrajit Gupta Helping veterans build a second career

Shinde hails Hindutva's victory as SC stays disqualification of rebel MLAs

 
 

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The art and science of managing inflation

Saugata Bhattacharya

Illustration The conduct of monetary policy is not based on simplistic binaries, particularly during times of extraordinary uncertainty

Helping veterans build a second career

Indrajit Gupta

Over the years, there's a widespread industry perception that veterans are cut out largely for security and administrative roles

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Small stocks, big losses

Retail investors should limit exposure

Krishnamurthy's legacy

Recapturing the glory of the Indian public sector

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Missed declaring rental to employer? Claim HRA exemption while filing ITR

Keep rent receipts that serve as proof handy should taxmen come calling

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Artificial intelligence

AI is using 'fake' data to learn to be less discriminatory and racist

Many AI makers are using 'synthetic' images to train computers on a broader array of people, skin tones, ages or other features