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Watch out Amazon! Flipkart is looking to end its funding drought with $1.5 billion deal - Businessinsider
India’s top online marketplace Flipkart is looking to raise around $1.5 billion in fresh funding and end its cash drought. As per various reports, the fresh funding round for Flipkart will be led by US-based eBay and China's Tencent.
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Infosys announces Rs 13,000 crore share buyback at Rs 1,150 per share - Economic Times
Trai gets tough on call drops; slaps penalty of upto Rs 10 lakh - Economic Times
IndiGo cancels 84 flights over engine issues - Financial Express
New Rs 50 note to hit market soon, old note to continue - Times of India
Opening bell: Asian markets open lower; PNB, HDFC Bank, Infosys in news - Harsha Jethmalani, Mint
Govt extends GST return filing deadline for cos who want to claim credit for past taxes - Economic Times
Air India sale process to be completed before year-end - Dipak K Dash & Surojit Gupta, Times of India
Aadhaar must for subsidised farm loans: RBI - Times of India
Data privacy: Government sends notice to 21 mobile phone makers, asks them to share security information - Zee News
81 lakh Aadhaar numbers, 11 lakh PANs deactivated - Sandeep Singh, NDTV
Government reviews IT imports from China - Pankaj Doval, Times of India
Prosecution of tax offenders doubles in first three years of NDA regime - Suchetana Ray & Jeevan Prakash Sharma, Hindustan Times
Government slaps $264 mn penalty on Reliance Industries Ltd, BP - Hindustan Times
Wholesale inflation jumps to 1.88 per cent, first spike four months - Times of India
Sebi-Sahara case: Amby Valley put up for auction by HC, reserve price Rs 37,392 crore - Firstpost
Sensex rises 200 pts, Nifty eyes 9,800; Midcap outperforms - Money Control
Rupee rebounds to 63.96 against US Dollar - NDTV
Jaitley ensures speedy action being taken against shell companies - Asian Age
Demonetisation has boosted MFs, taken sheen off gold and real estate: RBI paper - Priyanka Pani, Business Line
Sensex sinks 250 pts; SBI falls 4% as Q1 NPA worsens further - Money Control
India e-commerce battle heats up as Flipkart gets fresh ammo to take on Amazon - Financial Express
Axis Bank cuts savings rate to 3.5 percent for deposits up to ’50 lakh’ - Indian Express
Sebi bans trade in suspected shell companies - Puneet Wadhwa, Business Standard
Sensex halves losses, Nifty hovers around 10,000; Bank index down 1% - Money Control
Frequent changes in tax rates hit planning: Auto industry - Pankaj Doval, Times of India
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