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Government Panel Recommends Ban On Cryptocurrency

Industry officials expressed dismay and the hope the government would not introduce a ban New Delhi:  A government panel has recommended banning all private cryptocurrencies and a jail term of up to 10 years and heavy fines for anyone dealing in digital currencies, which could signal the end...
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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman Seeks More Rate Cuts: Report

Nirmala Sitharaman said the government did not intend to review the overseas sovereign borrowings plan Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman called for a “significant” reduction in the central bank’s policy rates and said the government did not intend to review the budget proposal for overseas sovereign borrowings, the Economic...
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Bond Yields Fall As Nirmala Sitharaman Backs Rate Cuts

India’s benchmark 10-year bond yield fell as much as 11 basis points to 6.42 per cent. Indian bond yields dropped sharply on Monday after the finance minister said the government won’t change its plan to issue sovereign bonds and that she hopes the Reserve Bank of India makes...
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Sensex, Nifty Edge Lower On Weak Earnings

Bengaluru:  Domestic shares lost steam and moved lower on Monday clouded by weak corporate results, while bond yields fell after the Finance Minister’s comments in a media interview that the government did not intend to review its overseas borrowing plan. The broader NSE Nifty fell 0.4 per cent...
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Vodafone Idea Slumps To Lowest In 12 Years. Here Is Why

Vodafone Idea’s network expenses and IT outsourcing costs rose 13.46% to Rs. 2,998.6 crore in Q1 Vodafone Idea shares slumped as much as 28.64 per cent to their lowest level recorded since 2007 on Monday. Shares of Vodafone Idea, the country’s largest wireless telecom services provider by subscriber base,...
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Nutritional Supplements Aren’t Necessarily Nutritious

The evidence review analyzed 16 supplements and eight dietary interventions Nutritional supplements and dietary interventions provide little to no protection against cardiovascular disease or death, according to a new review of research published Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine. One even showed negative effects. Lead author Safi...
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