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Why TikTok ban may not give the desired results

Why TikTok ban may not give the desired results

With crores of people in India already using TikTok and all of them having the option to share the app with others, blocking its access on Google Play Store and Apple App Store may not produce the desired results, experts ...

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IndiGo Delhi-Mumbai flight makes mid-air ‘turn back’

IndiGo Delhi-Mumbai flight makes mid-air ‘turn back’

Budget carrier IndiGo’s Delhi-Mumbai flight had to perform a mid-air “turn back” manoeuvre due to excessive vibration from the aircraft’s engine number two, industry insiders privy to the development said on Friday. However, an airline official said that the aircraft ...

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SC nixes RBI circular on bad loans as ultra vires

SC nixes RBI circular on bad loans as ultra vires

New Delhi (IANS) : In a huge relief to the regulated sector, the Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down as ultra vires the controversial February 12, 2018, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) circular that mandates lenders to initiate resolution or restructuring ...

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Diesel prices down 8-9 paise, petrol unchanged

Diesel prices down 8-9 paise, petrol unchanged

New Delhi: Diesel prices across the four metro cities declined for the fourth straight day, with prices falling by 8 to 9 paise on Sunday, data on the Indian Oil Corp’s website showed. Petrol prices, however were unchanged during the day, ...

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Tata Motors to hike car prices by up to Rs 25,000

Tata Motors to hike car prices by up to Rs 25,000

Mumbai (IANS): Automobile major Tata Motors will increase prices of its passenger vehicles range by up to Rs 25,000 starting April 2019. The company said in a statement on Saturday that the prices will be hiked due to rising input costs ...

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Fitch cuts India’s 2019-20 GDP forecast to 6.8%

Fitch cuts India’s 2019-20 GDP forecast to 6.8%

Mumbai : Fitch Ratings on Friday cut India’s GDP growth rate projection for the next financial year to 6.8 per cent, from its previous estimate of 7 per cent, on account of weaker-than-expected growth momentum. The US rating agency said ...

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