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Published: Fri, 19 Jan 2018 09:57:02 GMT

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Why foreign banks are going slow on India
Foreign banks were ahead in terms of technology, but that is no longer the case as Indian private banks steal the innovation march.

Why RBI does not want to hike rates
Instead of a rate hike, or even a pause, there could be a window for the RBI for an interest rate cut

Even for Generation Y, newspaper reading remains a habit
Newspaper readership was 50 per cent in the 16-19 year age group, the highest in any age segment, followed by 42 per cent each in the 12-15 years and 20-29 year age group.

UDAN plagued by the problem of plenty
Modi's 'UDAN' project faces fund crunch as too many airlines have come on board

Looking for a full-sized rugged SUV? Buy Mahindra Scorpio
There are tweaks to the exterior and interior styling and one big updatecomes in the form of a more powerful engine from the XUV500.

Tech giants urge Trump admin to retain H1-B spouses' work permit
The Trump administration is reportedly moving ahead with its decision not to give work permits to the spouses of H-1B visa-holders, arguing that this displaces genuine American workers.

Can digital India create more jobs than it destroys?
New models of skilling will provide both jobs and entrepreneurship opportunities to inspire recipients to capture the jobs or entrepreneurial opportunities they seek and provide them the agency to stay on and improve on their skills on the job, says Ganesh Natarajan.

Do we need a Budget at all?
'The clubbing of policy announcements in the Budget speech creates policy surprises.'

Aadhaar for every Indian? Or just a select few?
The stories of exclusions illustrate so tragically, the need of the hour is to bolster biometrics and 'smart' technologies with something more old-fashioned - the good old fashioned, compassionate human touch, says Geetanjali Krishna.

GST: 29 more items and 54 services just got cheaper
The Council also discussed process to make return filing simpler with just one return to be filed every month.

China beats headwinds, economy grows by 6.% in 2017
Consumption was the major driver, contributing 58.8 per cent to GDP growth

Kia vs Hyundai: Who will gather speed on Indian roads?
Though both brands belong to the same parent company, Hyundai has issued strict directives to dealer partners to withdraw their applications

Bumpy roads ahead for Renault; even Kwid has hit speed breaker
After a spectacular show in 2016, Kwid's sales have contracted by 20 per cent during the April-December period of FY18 to 65,572 units.

Govt mulls 100% foreign investment in private banks
It is also considering to hike FDI cap for public sector from 20 per cent to 49 per cent

Sensex, Nifty hit fresh highs; bank stocks drive rally
Domestic markets are also aided by a rally in the global markets with US market surging to record high and a firming trend at other Asian bourses.