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Omicron variant breaks records; Might reach a million new cases per day

Omicron update: Friday reported 141,986 new COVID-19 cases in India, this is the highest since June. The virus is yet…

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The US reveals new software vulnerability, warns hundreds of millions of devices at risk

Why does the Log4j vulnerability have tech firms worried? A new vulnerability named Log4 Shell is being touted as one…

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IOC to invest Rs 9,028 cr on Crude Oil Pipeline

Indian Oil Corporation, India’s largest oil refinery, on Thursday announced that it is planning to construct a crude oil pipeline…

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Will Rupay Card destroy Visa and Mastercard?

Background of Rupay Card In 2009, RBI  had asked the Indian Bank Association to create a non-profit payment company that…

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Retail inflation increases to 4.91% in November 2021

Retail inflation increases to 4.91% in November 2021 In November, India’s benchmark inflation rate, calculated by the Consumer Price Index…

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16 and 17 year-olds in the US to receive Covid booster shots as FDA expands eligibility

Amid the growing concerns of the new, fast-spreading variant, Omicron, in the States, the federal regulators authorized the use of…

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Favorable rise projected for Shopping Malls in 2022

On 9th December 2021, ICRA published a press release where they projected a 75% recovery of pre-Covid rentals in FY…

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NETFLIX SLASHES ITS SUBSCRIPTION PRICES IN INDIA

Netflix has slashed its subscription prices significantly in India, a vital market for growth among the leading U.S. streaming services.…

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Bank of England becomes the first major central bank to hike interest rates since the pandemic

The Bank of England, in a surprise move on Thursday, raised the interest rates by 15bps making the bank rate…

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Bank of England hikes interest rates to tackle rising prices

It was very much expected for an increase in interest rate by the Central banks of all the countries. But…

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