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Punit Soni on Myntra: They will kill it, they are the big winners

Punit Soni on Myntra: They will kill it, they are the big winners

Lauding fashion e-commerce firm Myntra, Flipkart's former top executive Punit Soni today said, "In India, if there is one place where there is a guaranteed win: it's Myntra...

Flipkart-owned Myntra buys Jabong to create India’s biggest fashion e-tailer
Maruti Suzuki Q1 net profit up 23 per cent at Rs 1486 cr, shares fall
Maruti Suzuki Q1 net profit up 23 per cent at Rs 1486 cr, shares fall

Maruti Suzuki Q1 results: Net sales of the car maker increased by 12 per cent to Rs 14,654.50 crore in the quarter under review against Rs 13,078.30 crore in the same quarter last year.

India may face $1 billion fine in Antrix-Devas case; 6 key points to know
India may face $1 billion fine in Antrix-Devas case; 6 key points to know

India lost a big case at the International Tribunal in The Hague against Devas Multimedia and may have to pay close to $ 1 billion. Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)'s commercial wing, Antrix Corporation Ltd. cancelled a major contract with Devas, made in 2005 involving satellites.

AUTOMOBILES

Mercedes-Benz SLC 43AMG launched at Rs 77.50 lakh
Mercedes-Benz SLC 43AMG launched at Rs 77.50 lakh

Mercedes-Benz India today launched the new SLC 43 AMG, which will replace the long-standing SLK range, making it the sixth launch by the German carmaker in India this year.

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HEALTH

India has most number of stunted children in world: Study
India has most number of stunted children in world: Study

India has the largest number of stunted children in the world at 48 million, owing to 'severe' sanitation crisis due to lack of clean toilets and water, says a report. The report titled 'Caught Short--How lack of toilets and clean water contribute to malnutrition' was released today by WaterAid, an international development charity.

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JOBS & EDUCATION

CBSE clarifies on NEET-II paper
CBSE clarifies on NEET-II paper

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday said the material seized by the Uttarakhand Police from the persons involved in cheating were provided to the education board, adding that the same was matched by the board with the original question paper of the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET)-II and found that the seized material is entirely different from the original question paper of the entrance test.

Horoscope: By Peter Vidal

Today ( 26 Jul )This Week ( 24 Jul - 30 Jul )

SAGITTARIUS After a lot of near misses or false starts, you may finally be about to achieve a cherished goal. The first requirement, though, is to sort out the continuing complications dogging your financial affairs. In matters of… read more