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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 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.
- Online Real Money Games: An emerging business in India
- Indian multibrand fashion retailers are switching to private labels, but it's not going to be easy
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- Safety comes first! India lot stricter than other countries on alcohol limit for pilots
- Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey meets Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, IIT students
- Samsung unveils world's first foldable smartphone; here's what you need to know
- Review Apple iPhone XS, XS Max: Promising new features but overall a mixed bag
- OnePlus 6T Thunder Purple colour variant to launch in India soon
- Facebook's Portal video chat devices go on sale in the US
- Facebook will let you unsend messages within 10 minutes of sending them