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  • Note ban was a massive, draconian monetary shock: Ex-CEA
  • CCB may be put to the test at RBI Board exam
  • Google, Whatsapp told to clear the Air on data storage locally
  • With Rs 1.5 cr offer: MS set to be top Paymaster at IITs.
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  • GDP back series data not in sync with real economy
  • FM spars with Chidambaram on GDP data
  • HUL upends food pecking order with Horlicks acquisition
  • JSW sole bidder for Monnet power as Adani backs out
  • HSBC warms up to Indian equities ahead of 2019 poll
  • CTS bets on automation advisory service
  • ICICI PRU partners Whatsapp for customer services
  • Netmeds forays into offline, eyes 1000 stores in 5 years
  • GEECL to invest $ 2 Bn in shale project
  • Top cities to see 8 year high in office absorption in 2019: JLL
  • Will absorb impact of falling rupee. Wont hike prices in India, says ASUS
  • Fam growth under UPA stays better
  • India; The rule book must not subvert the Paris agreement
  • Fixed tenure of 2 years as CBI chief cannot be altered; Verma to SC
  • Trump looks to raise auto tariffs, his targets is China
  • Unilever CEO ‘retires’ after investor row
  • Deutsche bank raided on money laundering charges
  • Bollywood gets savvier with small screen debuts
  • Kotak, Mahindra slam excessive rules
  • Rs 10 cr fraud: CBI books Delhi firm for duping people-Doubling of money case
  • NBFCs: RBI relaxes asset securitisation rules.
  • SBI to sell Jayaswal Neco exposure seven months after SC order
  • I Sec IPO: ICICI Pru MF, Nimesh Shah settle case with SEBI
  • Need GST Council-like federal institution in healthcare, farm sectors: Jaitley
  • NCLAT asks Jyoti Structures’ bidder to modify resolution plan
  • Air Asia India revenue grows 91 % last fiscal.1200 workers go on rampage at Xiaomi, Oppo phones maker

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