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June 14, 2018



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April 7, 2018



Namita Viswanath
New Delhi, March 30, 2018
The proposed data protection legislation should have clear guidelines on the manner of obtaining consent, requirement to notify an individual in case of data breach.


PTI
January 31, 2018



Reuters
January 24, 2018
Most Asian stock indices are up anywhere from 5 to 10 percent since the start of the year with many at all-time highs. \"These markets are absolutely flying and have had seemingly one-way moves since late December,\" noted Chris Weston, chief market strategist at broker IG.


PTI
December 20, 2017



BusinessToday.in
December 18, 2017
M&M (2.71%), SBI (1.97 percent) and Sun Pharma (2.06 percent) were the top Sensex gainers in Monday's trade. YES Bank (1.23%), Coal India (1.11%) and Infosys (0.79 percent) were the top losers on Sensex.


Devika Bahadur
New Delhi, October 16, 2017
The author argues that for the idea of the West to prevail, the values of openness and equality must be embraced.


Reuters
September 18, 2017
There was relief the weekend passed with no new provocation by North Korea, though Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions will be centre stage when U.S. President Donald Trump addresses world leaders at the United Nations on Tuesday.


BT Online
June 9, 2017
Prime Minister Theresa May faced calls to quit on Friday after her election gamble to win a stronger mandate backfired, throwing British politics into turmoil and potentially delaying the start of Brexit negotiations.


Reuters
March 2, 2017
Asian shares rose on Thursday as investors were encouraged by President Donald Trump's less combative tone in his first speech to Congress, which sent Wall Street stocks sharply higher, while growing bets on a US rate hike this month buoyed the dollar.


Reuters
February 16, 2017
Merchandise exports grew 4.32 percent year-on-year to $22.12 billion, while imports rose 10.7 per cent to $31.96 billion, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry said in a statement.


Mail Today Bureau
Mumbai, February 15, 2017
Tata Motors saw its net profit plunge 96 per cent during the October-December quarter as earnings at its British luxury carmaker Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) fell sharply and losses piled up in its domestic business.


Niti Kiran
New Delhi, January 27, 2017
The Sensex seemed to have grapple with this fear factor, and plunged around 6 per cent during the period between Oct-Dec 2016, however, things should not be looked into isolation.


Dharmakirti Joshi
New Delhi, January 25, 2017
The value of the rupee will be shaped by the interplay of global and domestic developments.


Reuters
January 18, 2017
Asian stock markets held near three-month highs on Wednesday as investors scooped up exporter shares after U.S. President-elect Donald Trump expressed concerns over a stronger dollar.


PTI
January 17, 2017
UK Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday said the UK will be leaving the European Union single market within two years, but implementation of any Brexit deal would be 'phased' to avoid a \"cliff edge\", while revealing that talks on new trade deals with countries like India are in the works.


Reuters
January 17, 2017
Asian stocks and the pound sagged on Tuesday as investors waited for British Prime Minister Theresa May to lay out plans to exit the European Union, which traders fear will see Britain lose access to the bloc's single market.


by Shashank Tripathi, Partner PwC, Strategy& Leader India
Delhi, December 12, 2016
Will international business be more connected by free flow of ideas, people and trade; or will we see the drawbridges of protectionism being erected afresh?


Reuters
Washington, December 8, 2016
Facebook and Twitter's real sin was an act of omission: they failed to contribute to the data that democracy needs to thrive. While sitting on huge troves of information about public opinion and voter intent, social media firms watched as U.S. and UK pollsters, journalists, politicians and civil society groups made bad projections and poor decisions with the wrong information.


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