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Bankers, the frontline warriors in India’s coming fintech revolution

A number of senior bankers, armed with intimate understanding of strengths and weaknesses of traditional banking, are breaking new ground in fintech.

For India's agri-tech startups the wind of change is finally here, and how!

These Indian startups have taken their time sorting out business models and convincing wary investors to back their ideas. Now, there are favourable winds.

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Even almost a year after its rollout, GST continues to create heartburn for exporters. They simply aren’t getting their tax refunds.

We will continue to speak out, say reformists allegedly on Hindutva groups' hit list

Karnataka reformists — from seer Veerabhadra Channamalla Swami to rationalists KS Bhagavan and Narendra Nayak — say they won't be deterred by threats.

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The week in 10 stocks: RIL, BoM IDBI Bank; highs, lows & IPOs
The week in 10 stocks: RIL, BoM IDBI Bank; highs, lows & IPOs
ICICI Bank, HDFC, BPCL, Bajaj Finserv and HDFC Bank rallied up to 6.42 per cent.
Is the pharma rally here to stay? CLSA explains why stocks rallied
Is the pharma rally here to stay? CLSA explains why stocks rallied
The sector was underperforming for last three years amid pricing policy in US generics markets.
Two stock ideas from Kunal Bothra for Monday’s session
Two stock ideas from Kunal Bothra for Monday’s session
With price confirmation coming back for ICICI Bank, the stock should head up higher.
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For India's agri-tech startups, the wind of change is finally here
For India's agri-tech startups, the wind of change is finally here
These Indian startups have taken their time sorting out business models and convincing wary investors to back their ideas. Now, there are favourable winds.
Will Keventers' formula work as it looks for a pan-India presence? 
Will Keventers' formula work as it looks for a pan-India presence? 
Keventers is conforming to classic marketing theory which dictates profits are to be made moving a product from an unbranded to a branded space.
PayPal buys Hyderabad-based fraud prevention platform provider Simility
PayPal buys Hyderabad-based fraud prevention platform provider Simility
Subject to customary closing conditions, this transaction is expected to close in the third quarter of 2018.
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Mutual Funds

Re-categorisation is over. Is it time to start exiting unsuitable mutual fund schemes?
Re-categorisation is over. Is it time to start exiting unsuitable mutual fund schemes?
Mutual fund houses are done with the process of the re-categorisation and rationalisation of schemes.
Bharat 22 ETF subscribed 2.3 times, investors put in bids worth Rs 14,000 crore
Bharat 22 ETF subscribed 2.3 times, investors put in bids worth Rs 14,000 crore
The second tranche of Bharat 22 ETF was subscribed 2.3 times on the final day of offering, with the issue garnering subscription to the tune of Rs 14,000 crore.
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Vishal Sikka denies Teradata's IP theft charges, terms allegations as 'baseless and outrageous'
Vishal Sikka denies Teradata's IP theft charges, terms allegations as 'baseless and outrageous'
Sikka is considered to be the force behind SAP's analytics platform HANA that had helped the company strengthen its position in the global market.
Digital trade should be open, must address privacy concerns: Sunil Bharti Mittal
Digital trade should be open, must address privacy concerns: Sunil Bharti Mittal
Sunil Bharti Mittal though disagreed with the calls within India and other countries for localisation of data servers in the name of data privacy and security.
Samsung smartphone user base still far higher than Xiaomi: CMR
Samsung smartphone user base still far higher than Xiaomi: CMR
Micromax remained the only Indian brand among the top five in terms of installed base with 8.63% of the market share among smartphones, according to CMR.

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Tech detox: Facebook's new feature will tell how much time you spend on the app
Tech detox: Facebook's new feature will tell how much time you spend on the app
Earlier, Apple and Google have rolled out features to keep a tab on the time people spent on their computers and smartphones.
Give your to-do list a makeover: Include mindful movement to lower stress, anxiety
Give your to-do list a makeover: Include mindful movement to lower stress, anxiety
Mindful movement is an exercise that involves mental focus, to train your body to move optimally.
On loop: Google Assistant will continue conversations without you having to remind them
On loop: Google Assistant will continue conversations without you having to remind them
The feature has been unveiled for Google Home, Home Mini and Home Max.
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