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Finally Air India changes stand on 5/20 rule to allow private airlines to fly abroad
Finally Air  India changes stand on 5/20 rule to allow private airlines to fly abroad - The Hindu
5/20 rule requires any domestic carrier to have domestic flying experience of 5 yrs and a fleet of 20 aircraft to fly global routes.





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Malaysia's AirAsiaX to relaunch India flights, seeks more flying rights
Malaysia's  AirAsiaX to relaunch India flights, seeks more flying rights - Economic Times
At present, three Malaysian carriers--Malaysian Airlines, AirAsia Berhad and Malindo Air operate in the Indian market.





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Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan: India's top 12 ports start 'Project Green Ports' drive, will see cleaning of port roads, painting zebra crossings,pavments, toilets, more dustbins within the port areas
Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan:  India's top 12 ports start 'Project Green Ports' drive, will see cleaning of port roads, painting zebra crossings,pavments, toilets, more  dustbins within the port areas - Economic Times
The government said that India's top 12 ports will be made cleaner and greener in a time-bound manner under 'Project Green Ports,'.





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Airlines may further trim losses in fiscal 2016: Capa India
Airlines may further trim losses  in fiscal 2016: Capa India - Livemint
The Sydney-based consultant said the countrys carriers may at their best lose $350 million, down from $1.25 billion in the last financial year.





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Rajan open to filling up RBI posts with outsiders
Rajan open to filling up RBI  posts with outsiders - Hindustan Times
Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan plans to hire new talent from outside the central bank for some areas even as he tells his staff to reform the 80-year old “traditional unimaginative” lender into a more “dynamic and intelligent one”.





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Online wallets giving banks a run for money
Online wallets giving banks a  run for money - Times of India
Ryan Craine hates carrying cash and finds writing cheques to be a headache. He doesn’t do much of either anymore and uses his smartphone to pay for things.





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Comedy Nights With Kapil to be replaced by Comedy Nights Live
Comedy Nights With Kapil to be replaced by Comedy  Nights Live
While the final episode of 'Comedy Nights With Kapil' will be aired on January 24, it will now be replaced with a new show called 'Comedy Nights Live'.



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Months after Kishore Biyani deal, Rajasthan's new ration shops still can't beat local kirana stores
Months after Kishore Biyani  deal, Rajasthan's new ration shops still can't beat local kirana stores - Scroll.in
Local preferences, uncompetitive prices, bad roads, and poor rural demand have led the Annapurna Bhandar scheme to a stuttering start.


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I am very much a work in progress as cricketer, says Virat Kohli
I am very much a work in progress as cricketer, says Virat Kohli
Virat Kohli is eyeing redemption in the T20 series against Australia and excited to play alongside Yuvraj Singh.



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SoftBank says Startup campaign is Big Bang for India; may scale up its planned $10 bn investment
SoftBank says Startup campaign  is Big Bang for India; may scale up its planned $10 bn investment - The Indian Express
Japan-based SoftBank may scale up its planned investment of $10 billion in the coming years.



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Franchisee Journey: From 25 years in sales to Window Genie franchisee
Franchisee Journey: From 25  years in sales to Window Genie franchisee - Entrepreneur
Brent and Melissa Windsor relocated to the Arizona desert to provide their new community with window-washing services through the franchise.



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Apple seeks DIPP nod to open own stores; no mention of proposed investment
Apple seeks DIPP  nod to open own stores; no mention of proposed investment - Economic Times
The maker of the iPhone and the iPad has made a proposal to the government for a wholesale foray, where up to 100 per cent foreign investment is permitted


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Luxury real estate brand to be promoted by Virat Kohli
Luxury real estate brand to be  promoted by Virat Kohli - Times of India
Bengaluru-based real estate company Nitesh Estates has roped in star cricketer and cap





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Nestle agrees a partnership with Alibaba in China to grow online sales, build key brands and offer new products
Nestle agrees a partnership with  Alibaba in China to grow online sales, build key brands and offer new products - Economic Times
"Using Taobao.com, the country's largest shopping site overall, Nestle is expanding its distribution in rural areas," a statement said.




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Is 70 the new 60 for the rupee?
Is 70 the new 60 for the rupee?  - Livemint
If the selling pressure from FPIs persists, and it looks like it might until the global mood stabilises, the rupee will likely move down towards its 2013 record low of 68.85 a dollar and perhaps even further towards 70





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Uber could double India investment if returns are good: Co-founder and Chief Executive Travis Kalanick
Kalanick says the start-up ecosystem in India has grown up in the last 10 years, and the funding environment has gone global




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Mobile connectivity to ensure inclusive growth: Sunil Sood
Mobile connectivity to ensure  inclusive growth: Sunil Sood - Forbes India
Telecom will build key infrastructure for PM's vision of a Digital India and adequacy of spectrum will be crucial to its success



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Uber's India arm makes profit in first two years of operation; posts a net profit of Rs 3.2 crore on income of Rs 69 crore in the year to March 2015
Uber's India arm makes  profit in first two years of operation; posts a net profit of Rs 3.2 crore on income of Rs 69 crore in the year to March 2015 - Economic Times
The company, which provides marketing and support services to Uber, posted a net profit of Rs 3.2 crore on income of Rs 69 crore in the year to March 2015.




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How the man behind Shopper's Stop's first store is now making lives of retail associates easy
How the man behind Shopper's  Stop's first store is now making lives of retail associates easy - YourStory.com
Back in 1991, B.S. Nagesh joined the Raheja Group as General Manager. He was trusted with the responsibility of setting up the Group’s retail arm and given


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Why Tech Mahindra CEO is bullish on China?
Why Tech Mahindra CEO is bullish  on China? - Wall Street Journal
CP Gurnani, CEO of the $4 billion Indian information-technology provider Tech Mahindra, says his company is focused on expanding in China, which he says “will continue to outperform the world.”





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Aus Open 2016: Rafael Nadal, Venus Williams crash out in Rd 1
Aus Open 2016: Rafael Nadal, Venus Williams crash out in  Rd 1
It was a day of upsets in Melbourne as Rafael Nadal, Venus Williams, Simona Halep crash out in first round of the Australian Open.



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HIL 2016: Sardar marshals Warriors to winning start against Rays
HIL 2016: Sardar marshals Warriors to winning start against  Rays
Despite the win, it was not a smooth ride for the Punjab side which was playing at the newly laid astro turf at Sector 42 Hockey Stadium.



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Nitish Kumar keeps Bihar poll promise, okays 35 per cent reservation for women in govt jobs
Nitish Kumar keeps Bihar poll promise, okays 35 per  cent reservation for women in govt jobs
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, under intense attack from Opposition BJP, on Tuesday fulfilled a key election promise with his Cabinet giving the signal to 35 per cent reservation for women in state government jobs.



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‘Even policemen are not secure in West Bengal’: Rajnath hits out at Mamata govt
‘Even policemen are not secure in West  Bengal’: Rajnath hits out at Mamata govt
Union Home minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday attacked the Trinamool Congress government on the issue of law and order saying that women, and even policemen are not secure.



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Rohith Vemula suicide: Why did HRD ministry write 4 letters on the ‘matter’? Was ABVP leader really injured?
Rohith Vemula suicide: Why did HRD  ministry write 4 letters on the ‘matter’? Was ABVP leader really injured?
Although the Ministry of Human Resource Development is stoutly denying any hand in the events leading up to the suicide of PhD student Rohith Vemula at Hyderabad Central University, the Ministry sent four fairly detailed letters to the same University where Vemula was a student, asking for details on the "matter" raised by Minister of State Bandaru Dattatreya.



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Tata Housing ties up with Amazon India
Tata Housing ties up with Amazon  India - Indiainfoline
Round up of the major headlines that dominated the real estate sector, nationally and internationally





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End of road for BRT, last rites begin
End of road for BRT, last rites  begin - Times of India
BRT dismantling starts, Manish Sisodia calls it copy-paste by Sheila Dikshit - Striking a hammer, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today started the process of dismantling the controversial BRT corridor, a Rs 180-crore traffic project built in 2008, and took a swipe at previous Sheila Dikshit government for its "copy-paste" work.





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New Delhi based Smartbox introduces a network of automated parcel delivery terminals for online shoppers
Post and ParcelThe first of its kind service proposition will help e-commerce companies reduce high costs and challenges associated with the last mile delivery of parcels. Smartbox terminals will facilitate 24*7 availability of a physical address for online shoppers






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NDTV and Diageo launches second season of Road to Safety campaign
NDTV and Diageo launches second  season of Road to Safety campaign - Indiantelevision.com
MUMBAI: After a successful launch, United Spirits-NDTV Road to Safety, a Diageo initiative returns in its second year to address one of the biggest concerns for the Indian government and society today the appalling state of road safety in our country.  Last year, to make India’s roads safer, a 7-point road safety agenda was presented to the government. The agenda covered a lot of aspects ranging from the laws that need amendment to the traffic police force that needs training.   | NDTV and Diageo launches second season of Road to Safety campaign | Indian Television Dot Com





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RemitGuru launches Request Money
The request and remittance process involves a person in India logging on to the firm's website and clicking on ‘money option’, according to a comp..




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Smartphone shipments set to grow 37% in 2016, says CMR
Smartphone shipments set to grow  37% in 2016, says CMR
In 2015, 95 million smartphones were shipped while 144 million featurephones were shipped, according to data provided by the agency. This, however, is expected to change in 2016.





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Rs 3100 crore for stuck road plans in Noida, Gurgaon and Ghaziabad
According to NCRPB members, while these projects cost Rs 7,838 crore, the Board will support them with a total loan assistance of Rs 3,113 crore.





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Storm Ventures launches $10 million fund for Indian SaaS startups
Storm Ventures launches $10  million fund for Indian SaaS startups - TechCrunch
Earlier this week, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi introduced a set of initiatives, called Startup India, designed to help the country's fledgling tech..





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