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Published: Tue, 26 Sep 2017 07:30:02 GMT

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When Nadella gave up his green card for love
This was because his wife Anu was not able to join him in Seattle, due to the existing US law that said if a green card holder marries, his/her spouse's visa is rejected.

Why the first post-GST Budget will be 'different'
The forthcoming Budget, the last full one before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, is expected to contain a number of sops and feel-good announcements, especially regarding social sector schemes.

Heard the buzz about stingless bees?
It is a grossly underexplored but highly lucrative branch of beekeeping for India.

It makes sense to invest in gold now
Gold looks cheap compared to the stock markets that are highly overbought at the moment.

The Mercedes Man
Roland Folger has told the ministries concerned that they are cutting India off from the rest of the world by making it a highly protected market, the Mercedes Benz India CEO & amp; MD tells Ajay Modi.

Why are our airports in such a mess?
Domestic airports across the country are bursting at the seams. And new ones are stuck.

Modi sets up Economic Advisory Council, Bibek Debroy to be chairman
Headed by NITI Aayog member Bibek Debroy, the EAC includes NITI Aayog's Principal Advisor Ratan Watal as its member and economists Surjit Bhalla, Rathin Roy and Ashima Goyal as part-time members.

Why India's exporters are worried
As the liquidity crunch reaches crisis levels and getting tax refunds remain a big headache, exporters saw orders fall by 15 per cent till October.

Sensex closes at 1-month low, drops 296 pts in lacklustre trade
The 50-issue NSE Nifty tumbled 91.80 points, or 0.92 per cent, to close 9,872.60

Indian exporters can't crack Chinese, US markets
Demand will boom in the US and China, but exporters say it will be difficult for India to tap these markets.

Coming soon: The crack down on shell companies
Regulators find it difficult to track down illicit transactions with no limit on the number of subsidiaries.

E-com complaints: Consumers have more power now
Consumers can easily file cases against e-tailers now.

How India Inc must change to serve digital customers
Technology, which was responsible for creating the new-age digital consumer issue for enterprises, also acts as a solution to the problem, says Karthick Viswanathan.

For advertisers, old is now gold
60-plus men and women who live independent lives are becoming the cynosure of ad men's eyes.

Modi, Jaitley must fix the economy jat pat!
'The hour is very late, and the choice between triumph and tragedy knocks at our door,' says Ajay Shah.