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Rashi Bisaria | March 25, 2021

Swiggy to cover COVID-19 vaccination cost of over 2 lakh delivery partners

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UK, Brazilian, South African: All Covid-19 variants have spread in India

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CCI orders detailed probe in WhatsApp's new privacy policy

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) on Wednesday ordered a detailed probe into WhatsApp's new privacy policy and terms of services, saying the firm contravened the provisions of competition laws through its exploitative and exclusionary conduct in the garb of policy update.

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Higher spending by the government will not result in a rating downgrade for India, which currently has an investment grade rating, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Wednesday. Sitharaman said that under the Modi government, Indian economy has seen lower inflation, higher GDP growth, record foreign investments and lower fiscal deficit.

Indian Railways suffers loss worth Rs 38,017 crore in passenger earnings

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