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"The Indian economy is likely to recover from the impact of demonetisation and the GST, and growth should revert slowly to a level consistent with its proximate factors -- that is, to about 7.5% a year," said the World Bank report. [Read More]
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UK Prime Minister Theresa May faces a grueling battle to have her Brexit draft agreement rubber-stamped by Parliament, as she goes before the lower house Thursday morning to present the plan to MPs for the first time. [Read More]
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Vice President Mike Pence said that sanctions would continue against North Korea despite concerns that China is easing enforcement. [Read More]
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A loose network of makeshift shelters is straining to meet the need in a region where 80 percent of women say they have been beaten by a partner. [Read More]
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British Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab resigned on Thursday thrusting Prime Minister Theresa May's government into turmoil after she clinched a Brexit deal that was mauled by opponents, allies and mutinous members of her party. [Read More]
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Geely isn't alone. Car sales in China fell for four months year-over-year; tracking for an annual decline for the first time in nearly three decades. [Read More]
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The Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited (HMRL) on Wednesday inaugurated Hyderabad's first skywalk at Panjagutta. [Read More]
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HYDERABAD: It will be David versus Goliath in the Huzurnagar assembly constituency. [Read More]
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A 35-year-old Kolkata Police constable from Sukantanagar, on the fringes of Salt Lake, succumbed to dengue at a private hospital a few days ago, taki... [Read More]
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The Baguiati police has arrested a person identified as Raju Singh for allegedly demanding protection money from a Teghoria-based businessman and van... [Read More]
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A new memoir titled 'Becoming' by Michelle Obama was out Tuesday, in which the former U.S. first lady revealed her family life, some thoughts about he... [Read More]
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A 1922 letter in which Albert Einstein confided his fears of the rise of anti-Semitism in Germany, more than a decade before the Nazis took power, sol... [Read More]
China says 15 foreign ambassadors exceeded their diplomatic roles by issuing a letter expressing concern about the incarceration of hundreds of thousands of members of the country's Muslim minorities in re-education camps. [Read More]
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This fresh bid is a part of the airline's real estate assets monetisation plan approved by the then UPA government in 2012. [Read More]
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A group of 15 Western ambassadors in Beijing, spearheaded by Canada, are seeking a meeting with the top official in China's restive, heavily Muslim Xinjiang region for an explanation of alleged rights abuses against ethnic Uighurs. [Read More]
Read more about Horlicks blinks as kids favour less sugar to 'taller, stronger, sharper' on Business Standard. Malted milk drinks, which are as much as one-third sugar, have been breakfast staples of upwardly mobile families in India since soldiers brought GlaxoSmithKline's Horlicks back with them after WW1... [Read More]
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Read more about Air India eyes Rs 8 bn from sale of residential, commercial properties on Business Standard. The properties, which are spread over 16 cities pan India, will be e-auctioned through the state-run auctioneer MSTC... [Read More]
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European Union leaders will meet on Nov. 25 to endorse a divorce deal but British Prime Minister Theresa May was mauled by opponents, allies and mutinous members of her party who warned the Brexit agreement could sink her premiership. [Read More]
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The withdrawal agreement negotiated by Britain and the EU and approved by Prime Minister Theresa May's cabinet on Wednesday is "the only deal on the table", Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said. [Read More]
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Britain's health minister Matt Hancock said that he hoped there would not be any more resignations from Prime Minister Theresa May's government. [Read More]
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