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New notes still small change

Dec 8, 2016
The RBI today surprised industry and markets by deciding not to cut interest rates and adopting a fairly hawkish monetary policy stance that signalled little prospect of a rate cut in the near...   | Read..

Pak plane with 48 crashes

Dec 8, 2016
An Islamabad-bound Pakistan International Airlines plane carrying at least 48 people, including a pop star who became a cleric, crashed on the slope of a mountain in...   | Read..

Card fraud on ex-judge in time of cash worry

Dec 8, 2016
Swindlers are fishing in the troubled waters of demonetisation - and power and privilege do not guarantee protection.   | Read..

Andaman tourists stranded

Dec 8, 2016
More than 1,500 tourists, many of them from Bengal, are stranded on two islands of the Andamans because of heavy rain and storm caused by a depression in the Bay of Bengal.   | Read..

Suicide shadow on wedding cash

Dec 8, 2016
A part-time driver of a Karnataka Administrative Service official is suspected to have poisoned himself, leaving behind a purported suicide note that accused his boss of...   | Read..

Das, Munda in tenancy debate

Dec 8, 2016
Chief minister Raghubar Das met Union minister for tribal affairs Jual Oram here today to assert that his government's recent amendments to Chotanagpur Tenancy (CNT) Act...   | Read..

Prod on Assamese code delay

Dec 8, 2016
The Assam government has written to the Centre regarding the delay in steps to ensure a separate code chart for the Assamese script in the International Organisation for...   | Read..

Ghar wapsi after note ban

Dec 8, 2016
Demonetisation has brought 42-year-old Prasant Baidya on forced leave to his native village of Pitapata in Kendrapara district. A plumber with a decent monthly income,...   | Read..
New notes still small change
 
 
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The profession of a tennis player is probably the most selfish one in sports because it has to be about you

Boris Becker

 
 
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