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Thursday 2 January '14At CES in Las Vegas, selling trends is a gamble for tech firms as the consumer’s gotten wiser and pickier
Saturday 9 November '13If growth slips, ADB warns, number of poor can grow.
Tuesday3 September '13The petroleum minister must know that there is no alternative to hiking fuel prices
Monday5 August '13Moto X is first smartphone released by Motorola Mobility since it was acquired by Google.
Monday31 December '12Though the Planning Commission has done well to lower its annual GDP estimates for the 12th Plan to 8% from the 8.2% it was looking at in September and the 9% before that, as PM Manmohan Singh pointed...
Tuesday6 November '12Android could be the undoing of not only Apple, but even Samsung, which is currently heavily reliant on it.
Thursday27 September '12SC verdict comes as a big relief to the government, says FE's Sunil Jain.
Friday30 March '12Goldman Sachs put India at No 3 in 2050, a new report puts India as No 1—hence the govt’s complacence.
Tuesday6 December '11Before a storm of affectionate eulogies was generated by the news of his death, it would be fair to say that coverage of Dev Anand was dominated by two sorts of notations.
Saturday11 June '11Mamata uses Singur to kick Tatas out and then she accuses them of not doing anything with the land.
Friday1 April '11Raising average education levels by one year leads to a 2.5-3 percentage point rise in GDP.
Sunday30 January '11It is unfortunate that a section of Indian media is playing up this issue.
Saturday15 January '11HDFC CEO said although interest rates are rising, demand for housing remains strong.
Wednesday5 January '11Even if Citi’s top managers were not involved, they’re clearly guilty of sleeping on the job.
Wednesday8 September '10The real estate industry has shrugged off worries about impact of an impending rate hike by Reserve Bank of India because investments in homes continue in anticipation of a rise in property prices.
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