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Why Saurabh Mukherjea is not losing sleep over elections
Why Saurabh Mukherjea is not losing sleep over elections
Be incrementally cautious on consumption funded by borrowing money, says Mukherjea
'Keep your shopping list ready, market may drift lower'
'Keep your shopping list ready, market may drift lower'
One should avoid banks despite correction while IT could see outperformance, says Shah
Volatility an opportunity to buy in these 3 sectors: Sanjay Dutt
Volatility an opportunity to buy in these 3 sectors: Sanjay Dutt
If an opportunity can be encashed, encash it. If you can't live with the volatility, stay away, says Dutt

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Amazon India to host online sales event for SMEs
Amazon India to host online sales event for SMEs
"Through the event, we aim to promote small businesses and micro entrepreneurs and encourage shoppers to discover and buy products directly offered by them," Amazon India said in a statement.
Decoding GST's future course in India
Decoding GST's future course in India
Having implemented GST in a vast country like India after taking 31 states on board, it is time to perfect the system gradually.
India's gem & jewellery exports may recover in remaining months of FY19
India's gem & jewellery exports may recover in remaining months of FY19
The US accounts for half of India’s gem and jewellery exports and the industry is upbeat due to increasing economic growth, employment rate and private consumption in its largest market.
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NPS withdrawal made 100% tax free
NPS withdrawal made 100% tax free
The government has made the NPS more tax-friendly by offering complete tax exemption to the 60% of the corpus that an investor can withdraw on maturity.
SBI hikes MCLR by 5 bps, EMIs to go up
SBI hikes MCLR by 5 bps, EMIs to go up
The hike has come in with effect from 10 December 2018. Post this hike, home, auto and other loans are most likely to become costlier.
No TDS on interest up to Rs 50,000 for seniors
No TDS on interest up to Rs 50,000 for seniors
It has been brought to CBDT's notice that some TDS deductors and banks are wrongly deducting TDS even when the interest income does not exceed Rs 50,000.
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Should you alter your debt mutual fund strategy due to rising bond yields?
Should you alter your debt mutual fund strategy due to rising bond yields?
Mutual fund managers say debt mutual fund investors should be prepared to see NAVs of their schemes dropping a little in the coming days
Kotak Standard Multicap Fund: Fund Review
Kotak Standard Multicap Fund: Fund Review
The scheme invests close to 80% of its funds in equities and close to 20% in debt.
Should mutual fund investors worry about Patel resignation, election results?
Should mutual fund investors worry about Patel resignation, election results?
As expected, S&P BSE Sensex opened 500 points down. The benchmark index regained some lost ground later.
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    Tech Mahindra announces key leadership appointments
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    Your apps know where you were and they’re not keeping it a secret
    But as smartphones have become ubiquitous and technology more accurate, an industry of snooping on people’s daily habits has spread and grown more intrusive.
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    View: As machines turn smarter with AI, leaders need to be more human
    AI is not new, but critical factors such as massive data generation and increased processing power, connectivity and speed have combined to present significant potential.

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    JLR's updated Discovery Sport launched in India at Rs 44.68 lakh
    JLR's updated Discovery Sport launched in India at Rs 44.68 lakh
    The 2019 Discovery Sport is powered by the 2.0 litre Ingenium diesel engine.
    Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 unveiled in India at Rs. 12,999, Zenfone Max M2 at Rs. 9,999
    Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 unveiled in India at Rs. 12,999, Zenfone Max M2 at Rs. 9,999
    Apart from unveiling these, the company also said the Max Pro M1 and the Zenfone 5Z will get the Android 9 Pie update.
    Anushka Sharma, Kartik Aaryan named India's hottest vegetarians by PETA
    Anushka Sharma, Kartik Aaryan named India's hottest vegetarians by PETA
    The actress previously won the title in 2015, and was also named PETA India's Person of the Year in 2017.
    The real 'Crazy Rich Asians': Ambani-Piramal  wedding celebrations cost $100 million
    The real 'Crazy Rich Asians': Ambani-Piramal wedding celebrations cost $100 million
    Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s wedding 37 years ago reportedly cost $110 million in today’s dollars.
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