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RBI working to remove 2-step security for small online transactions


Currently a second level verification is required for most domestic credit card transactions

SpiceJet rescue plan marks bold bet on Indian aviation recovery


The cost of the rescue deal is estimated at between 12 billion and 15 billion rupees

Crank up public spending to revive growth: chief economic adviser

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India has had two successive years of below 5 percent economic growth

India says hitting 2014-15 fiscal gap target a 'major challenge'

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The deficit reached nearly 90 percent of the full-year target between April and October

Modi may order insurance, coal reforms if vote delayed: officials


Modi may resort to the rarely used order to lift the caps on foreign investment

DGCA pulls up airlines on fares


Aviation regulator DGCA is likely to ask airlines to give priority to passengers who were booked on flights cancelled earlier by cash-strapped SpiceJet if any seats are vacant before the flight depart

SpiceJet resumes normal operations


The airline was hit severely due to the non-payment of dues to the oil companies

Gold bounces higher on seasonal uptick, global support


Silver also regained some lost ground after a sharp overnight plunge

Market recovers modestly on late buying, sensex up 21 points


Sensex opened lower at 27,136.28 before ending the week at 27,371.8

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Heads may roll at TCS

IT giant TCS on Friday said it is undertaking a performance-based workforce restructuring, but it is not a “retrenchment” exercise and the company may exceed its target of hiring 55,000 new profession

The massacre of the innocents at the Army school in Peshawar highlights dangers that our schools are exposed to.

Ever since the Bharatiya Janata Party’s poster woman, Smriti Irani, has been made the Union human resources development minister, she has been embroiled in controversies.