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RBI Data: 16.22% Credit Surge, 12.96% Deposit Rise

Other than hearty interest across sections, rise attached to quarter-end business likewise pushed the advance volumes in fortnight, brokers...

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ITR Mistakes? Trouble Ahead: Wrong Deductions & Exemptions

Distorting of pay and asserting improper derivations while documenting the Annual Expense form (ITR) for AY 2023-24 can prompt serious...

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Non-Taxable Income! Charge isn’t relevant to these 5 income

The Annual Duty Division in India charges no assessment on pay acquired through specific means. Notwithstanding, it relies upon different...

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4 Big Analyst Picks: Accenture Upgraded To Neutral Ahead of Q3 Earnings

Earlier this week, the company announced a $3 billion investment over three years in its Data & AI practice. The expansion includes new...

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Toyota Wins Over Shareholders at AGM After Questions On Strategy, Governance

Toyota shareholders backed the board and voted down the first resolution proposed in 18 years at an annual general meeting (AGM) on...

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Transforming Manhattan’s Most Famous Street

It did so indeed, and much sooner than she had expected

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The food industry needs to act now to cut greenhouse gas emissions

To secure a thriving food system for future generations, the food industry has a significant opportunity to collectively help mitigate the impact.

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Why a new generation of farmers is getting into the business

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In China, Heavy Industry Unexpectedly Falls Sharply

At that I gripped my wife’s arm, and without ceremony ran her out into the road.

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Credit scores hit a record high. But US consumers are not OK

I shouted above the sudden noise. She looked away from me downhill. The people were coming out of their houses, astonished.

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