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    L&T buys 20 percent of IT company Mindtree, targets more

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    India's Jet Airways secures US$293 million loan from PNB: Mint

    Shares of Jet Airways Ltd rose as much as 4.8 percent to 255 rupees, the highest in over a month, after a report said the debt-laden carrier has ...
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    Vodafone Idea posts loss for a second straight quarter since merger

    Vodafone Idea Ltd reported a loss on Wednesday, in its second quarterly results since Vodafone Plc merged its Indian operations with Idea Cellular ...
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    In Kolkata, a love of books, fried street food and, mostly, sweets

    This city is more relaxed than some of its modern Indian counterparts, and residents claim a strong relationship to its colonial past.
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    Commentary: Warning, India’s central bank is under attack

    If Narendra Modi's government continues to attack the Reserve Bank of India, effective monetary policy-making could become impossible, says one ...
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    India's rupee hits record low against the dollar

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    India to remove cash withdrawal limits

    The Reserve Bank of India capped cash withdrawals after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's shock decision in November to take all 500 (US$7.40) and ...
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    Airlines that dump human waste during flights to face fines, India court rules

    Planes will be subject to surprise checks on landing, and airlines will have to pay a fine of 50,000 rupees (US$735) every time their human waste ...
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    Will Modi's India cash ban plan backfire?

    Signs are merging that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's decision to scrap high-value denominations of India's currency could hit the country's ...
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    India eases cash rules for weddings

    The shock move last week, which saw 85 per cent of the cash in circulation suddenly withdrawn, has led to huge queues forming outside banks as ...