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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
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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.
- HFDC Bank to hire 500 people as part of efforts to improve IT infra
- Finance Minister asks Infosys to fix issues with new income tax e-filing portal on priority
- COVID-19: Health ministry warns Maharashtra, Kerala, MP about 'Delta Plus' variant
- IIFCL waits for RBI approval as it plans to invest Rs 4,000 cr in InvITs
- DCGI approves launch of IIT-B scientist's algorithm-based COVID-19 testing tool
- This Jhunjhunwala stock rose 20%, hit all-time high today
- This stock turned Rs 1 lakh into Rs 10 lakh in one year, did you miss the rally?
- Multibagger alert: This stock gave 1,285% returns in one year
- Rs 179 to Rs 1,455: This Adani Group stock turned into a multibagger in 1 year
- 19 equity mutual funds gave 100% returns in 1 year; should you invest?
- PlayStation 5 to go on pre-orders in India on June 23 through Sony, Amazon
- Elon Musk-backed Starlink broadband may launch globally by September, hints company president
- MacBook Pro M1X launch: Specs, design, new features, India price, and what we know so far
- Cyberpunk 2077 is back on PlayStation Store, but PS4 users are warned not to download it
- Vi rolls out complimentary Rs 75 voice and data plan for low income users, check benefits