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The headline indices rallied as recent upbeat quarterly earnings of corporates soothed investors' nerves. Also, patches of US data, declared on Thursday, continued to paint the world's largest economy in a positive light.
This offer will give our student fliers access to exciting and convenient flight options as they plan their budget travel," Wolfgang Prock-Schauer, Chief Executive Officer of GoAir said.
It has been two years since Narendra Modi took oath as the 15th Prime Minister of this country. Even though the govt came to power with an absolute majority, passage of some crucial reforms hit a roadblock. With two years into governance, we bring you an interactive timeline on hits and misses of the Modi government.
IIM-A had written a strongly worded mail to start-up major asking it to either scale down the deferment period or ramp up the quantum of compensation. To which, Flipkart has reportedly responded in negative.
India could lose $49 billion in GDP if global food prices double in future, according to a new UN report which said the world will likely suffer from more volatile food prices due to rising populations.
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