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Wide-ranging changes are in the offing in the National Pension System, says Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) Chairman Hemant G Contractor.
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Kotak Mutual Fund CEO Sandesh Kirkire says the swings in the equities market continue to suggest uncertainty about the future outlook and expectation.
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- Honeywell India business is growing at double of country's own GDP growth rate, says vice president Akshay Bellare
- CBI case against its special director hinges on call records, messages
- Paytm employees arrested for blackmailing boss, Vijay Shekhar Sharma, for Rs 20 crore
- SK Birla's Digjam shuts woollens factory amid liquidity crunch
- Building a Rs 100 crore FMCG firm now doable in 4 years
- China-based Yeelight enters India, launches smart lights compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Home
- Paytm teams up with Softbank, Yahoo to launch QR-based service in Japan
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- Telcos to erase Aadhaar data if customer gives alternative KYC docs: COAI
- Facebook tentatively concludes spammers were behind recent data breach