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Working with the government is a mixed bag of opportunities and challenges for IT companies despite the Digital India initiatives.
Financial assets of households are growing again after taking a body blow in the post demonetisation phase, reveals a Reserve Bank of India study.
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As a power-surplus India chases renewables, power equipment JVs are struggling to get fresh orders from mainstream coal-fired plants.
PE players have become extremely active of late. The exuberance is here to stay for some time.
The sugar industry is being weighted down by political considerations that primarily drive the sector.
The industry has evolved from wage arbitrage to aiding digital transformation.
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