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Like all preceding years, cigarettes and gutkhas are set to get more expensive. However, the Budget also delivered pleasant surprises by making some products cheaper.
Nokia and Airtel are pioneering mobile payments in India but many kinks need to be straightened out.
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If you are not brand conscious, switching from big names to in-house brands is a good way to boost your budget, says Priya Kapoor.
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