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People who made news this week-
Major events to look out for in October
Quick takes on major events that happened recently
Quick takes on major events that happened recently.
Events that made news in the past fortnight
PM Narendra Modi's Russia visit, Digital India Week and more.
Featuring: Narendra Modi's China visit, Takata airbag recall and more.
Also, Japan has become the biggest foreign creditor to the United States government for the first time since the 2008 financial crisis, toppling, China.
Business Today brings you news digest and quotes from newsmakers this past fortnight.
Events to look out for in October
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Events to look out for in August.
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Events to watch out for in the world of business in the coming weeks -
Business Today brings you important news and events to watch out for in the coming fortnight.
- Fujifim launches a range of mirrorless cameras along with Hybrid instax Square SQ10
- Apple releases first iOS 11 Public Beta
- Vodafone offers Netflix subscription on select postpaid plans
- Apple's first 'Assembled in India' iPhone hits the market but don't expect a price cut
- OnePlus 5 now available on Amazon.in: Here are the best offers
News You Can Use
- Soon, Provident Fund withdrawal claims can be settled through your smartphones
- Petrol, diesel prices to change daily: How will it affect you
- Securing your data on mobile phones
- SBI hikes minimum balance for savings a/c, other charges
- NEFT transactions to become faster: Here's all you need to know
- Delhi Metro to sell 550 flats; applications open in May