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  • Opinion: Challenges, opportunities for FM Sitharaman in Budget 2021

    Opinion: Challenges, opportunities for FM Sitharaman in Budget 2021

    What are the challenges for Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman as she prepares the finance budget this year? Are there any opportunities in these tough times? Saubhik Chakrabarti of The Economic Times shares his thoughts.


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    Opinion: Challenges, opportunities for FM Sitharaman in Budget 2021

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  • Budget 2021: How much room does the govt have for defence allocation? | Economic Times

    Budget 2021: How much room does the govt have for defence allocation? | Economic Times

    The new front opened by China in Ladakh last year has multiple repercussions for India – from the tactical to the strategic level. However, the sharpest short-term impact will be it straining the already stretched defence budget of the three armed forces. ET's Manu Pubby talks to top experts to know more about India's defence needs amid the China challenge and how much budgetary support do they expect from finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman for the fiscal year 2021-22, given the COVID situation. Watch now. (Text: ET Bureau)

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    Budget 2021: How much room does the govt have for defence allocation? | Economic Times

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  • Andrew Holland,  Amrita Farmahan and Manishi Raychaudhuri expectations from this year's Budget

    Andrew Holland, Amrita Farmahan and Manishi Raychaudhuri expectations from this year's Budget

    Expectations from the Union Budget for 2021-22 are running high as investors and citizens begin the countdown to February 1. Amrita Farmahan (CEO & MD Ambit Wealth), Andrew Holland(CEO Avendus Capital Public Markets Alternate Strategies LLP),Nikhil Kamath (Co-founder and CIO True Beacon and Zerodha),Manishi Raychaudhuri (MD. Head of Equity Research | Asia Pacific BNP Paribas), Deepak Shenoy (Founder Capital Mind) watch!

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    Andrew Holland, Amrita Farmahan and Manishi Raychaudhuri expectations from this year's Budget

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  • Midcap going to be the most exciting space: Sundaram AMC’s Sunil Subramaniam

    Midcap going to be the most exciting space: Sundaram AMC’s Sunil Subramaniam

    MUMBAI: India is in the middle of a new virtuous economic cycle, feels Sunil Subramaniam, managing director of Sundaram Asset Management Company, which bodes well for midcap and smallcap stocks in the market. Subramaniam, who was speaking at the virtually-held fourth edition of ETMarkets Global Summit, believes that India is in a "delicious position", supported by low interest rates and low inflation. “Government is probably in a position in this Budget to kickstart the investment cycle not only through themselves but through policy reforms,” he said.

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    Midcap going to be the most exciting space: Sundaram AMC’s Sunil Subramaniam

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  • Kisan unions issue guidelines ahead of R-day tractor rally

    Kisan unions issue guidelines ahead of R-day tractor rally

    Kisan unions issue guidelines ahead of the tractor rally that will be held tomorrow. No trolleys allowed during the parade; Only farmer organization's flag and national flag to be unfurled; No endorsement of any political party.

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    Kisan unions issue guidelines ahead of R-day tractor rally

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  • Watch: India's ten most memorable Budgets

    Watch: India's ten most memorable Budgets

    The Union Budget is right around the corner! This is a big year for Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman as she presents her third budget right after the pandemic shocker. Although it's one of the most-awaited budgets in a long time, it certainly is not the only memorable one in India's history. From Independent India's first budget, to 'Carrot & Stick Budget', 'Epochal Budget' and 'Dream Budget', India has seen a number of budgets which stood out over the years. What were their significance and why are do they have such unique names? Konica Bhatt & Rishabh Chakraborty take a trip down memory lane to bring you some of India's most historic budgets.

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    Watch: India's ten most memorable Budgets

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  • UP government makes license mandatory to keep liquor over prescribed limit at home

    UP government makes license mandatory to keep liquor over prescribed limit at home

    The Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh has now made it mandatory to have a license to keep liquor over the prescribed limit at home. As per the revised excise policy in Uttar Pradesh, "individuals will have to obtain a license to purchase, transport or keep in private possession liquor in excess of the prescribed retail limit." According to the new policy, the limit of purchasing, transport, or private possession of only six litres of alcohol per person or in a house is fixed. In order to consume more liquor than this, a license has to be obtained from the Excise Department.

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    UP government makes license mandatory to keep liquor over prescribed limit at home

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  • Indian, Chinese troops clash at Naku La of Sikkim; injuries reported on both sides

    Indian, Chinese troops clash at Naku La of Sikkim; injuries reported on both sides

    There are reports of a fresh physical brawl having taken place between Indian and Chinese troops, this time at Naku La in Sikkim, thousands of kilometres away from the ongoing standoff at the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh. Reports said the clash took place three days ago last week when the troops of the People’s Liberation Army attempted to intrude inside Indian territory. The Indian Army troops foiled the intrusion bid and physical clashes ensued, in which soldiers from both sides were reported to be injured. Srinjoy Chowdhury with details.

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    Indian, Chinese troops clash at Naku La of Sikkim; injuries reported on both sides

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  • Rahul Gandhi says 'Knickerwallahs’ from Nagpur can never decide future of Tamil Nadu

    Rahul Gandhi says 'Knickerwallahs’ from Nagpur can never decide future of Tamil Nadu

    'Knickerwallahs’ from Nagpur can never ever decide future of Tamil Nadu, doesn't matter how many parades they have. Tamil Nadu's future will be decided by the youngsters here. I am here to help you elect a govt that Mr Modi cannot control: Rahul Gandhi.

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    Rahul Gandhi says 'Knickerwallahs’ from Nagpur can never decide future of Tamil Nadu

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  • Farmers' tractor rally on Jan 26 will happen after R-Day celebrations conclude: Delhi Police

    Farmers' tractor rally on Jan 26 will happen after R-Day celebrations conclude: Delhi Police

    Detailing the plan for the tractor parade, Deependra Pathak, Special Commissioner of Police (Intelligence) said the rally on Tuesday will be conducted amid tight security after the Republic Day celebrations conclude. Delhi Police on Sunday claimed that over 300 Twitter handles have been generated from Pakistan to disrupt the tractor rally proposed by protesting farmers on Republic Day.

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    Farmers' tractor rally on Jan 26 will happen after R-Day celebrations conclude: Delhi Police

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  • Traditional ‘halwa ceremony’ held at Finance Ministry, ahead of Union Budget

    Traditional ‘halwa ceremony’ held at Finance Ministry, ahead of Union Budget

    New Delhi: Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman launched the Union Budget mobile app on Saturday, even as final stages of FY 2021-22 Budget preparation began with the Halwa ceremony.

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  • 'Have some dignity, don't insult me after inviting': Mamata feels 'insulted'

    'Have some dignity, don't insult me after inviting': Mamata feels 'insulted'

    'Don't invite and insult, this is not a political programme. This is a public event that anyone can attend. Jai Hind, Jai Bangla', CM
    Mamata lashes out during 'Parakram Diwas' event, in response to the unrest in audience section before she began her address.

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  • 'Farmers forced me to lie': 'Masked man' changes tune in confession before Haryana Police

    'Farmers forced me to lie': 'Masked man' changes tune in confession before Haryana Police

    The masked man who had alleged that a conspiracy has been hatched to kill four farmer leaders during their proposed tractor rally in Delhi on January 26, has now said that he was abducted by farmers and forced to lie. The masked man identified as Yogesh, a 19-year-old resident of Sonipat, gave this statement to Haryana Police. In the video accessed by Times Now, the man said that farmers thrashed him by hanging him upside down.


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  • One country or an asset class cannot perform forever: Devina Mehra

    One country or an asset class cannot perform forever: Devina Mehra

    ETMarkets Global Summit: Investing globally isn't just about buying a Nasdaq ETF, a handful of FAANG stocks or the S&P index -- the US is not the world. The fact that one country or an asset class cannot perform forever, and that bull and bear markets always coexist, brings the need for diversification. True global investing means investing across asset classes and countries, said Devina Mehra, Co-Founder and Chairperson of First Global.

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  • Insurance, investment and real estate changes personal finance experts want from Budget 2021

    Insurance, investment and real estate changes personal finance experts want from Budget 2021

    This time, the Finance Ministry has many to please. Almost every industry and the common man are expecting major coronavirus-led damage control. In this video, we bring in 6 personal finance and financial industry experts to share their wish lists from Budget 2021.


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  • ETMGS 2021 Day 3: Valuations of stocks like Tesla and Netflix very strange, says Raamdeo Agrawal

    ETMGS 2021 Day 3: Valuations of stocks like Tesla and Netflix very strange, says Raamdeo Agrawal

    NEW DELHI: Veteran investor Raamdeo Agrawal, chairman & co-founder of Motilal Oswal Financial Services, finds the valuations of stocks like Tesla and Netflix very strange.“Today there is euphoria. Clearly, there is too much optimism riding. In giving valuations, This is bizarre,” said Agrawal while speaking at ETMarkets Global Summit.The virtual event, which kicked off on Jan 21, at www.etmarkets.com. The session was moderated by Roshi Jain of Franklin Templeton MF.

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  • There is no reduction of troops at the LAC, China has betrayed India's trust: Rajnath Singh

    There is no reduction of troops at the LAC, China has betrayed India's trust: Rajnath Singh

    China has betrayed India's trust. India has done whatever was required and will continue to do whatever is required, in the future. There is no reduction of troops at the LAC: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh

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  • Reliance Industries reports Q3 net profit of Rs 13,101 crore, beats Street estimates

    Reliance Industries reports Q3 net profit of Rs 13,101 crore, beats Street estimates

    MUMBAI: India’s largest listed company Reliance Industries today reported a 12.5 per cent year-on-year rise in its consolidated net profit to Rs 13,101 crore, which was above analysts' estimates.The oil-to-telecom conglomerate reported a consolidated revenues of Rs 1.2 lakh crore, up 21.10 per cent year-on-year.

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  • SII fire: Covishield production won’t be affected, no damage to existing stock, says Adar Poonawala

    SII fire: Covishield production won’t be affected, no damage to existing stock, says Adar Poonawala

    Serum Institute Fire Latest Update: A day after the fire that claimed five lives, Serum Institute of India (SII) CEO Adar Poonawalla on Friday said the vaccine production and its supply will not be affected. He also added that the extent of the damage is more than Rs 1,000 crore. He also stated that the no damage has occurred to the existing stock either.

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  • Talks remained inconclusive as farmers' welfare was not at the heart of talks:  Tomar

    Talks remained inconclusive as farmers' welfare was not at the heart of talks: Tomar

    There are forces that want the agitation to continue and ensuring that no good comes out of it: Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar on the eleventh round of talks between farmer unions and the government

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  • #Live #ETMGS2021 ETMarkets Global Summit | Day 3

    #Live #ETMGS2021 ETMarkets Global Summit | Day 3

    ETMGS brings together policy makers, regulators, thought leaders and market players under one umbrella for brainstorming over policies, ideas and market trends. It has also become a much-sought-after platform for India-focused overseas investors and domestic money managers to share their wisdom gathered through the year.

    Watch #Live #ETMGS2021 ETMarkets Global Summit | Day 3 With HD Quality

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  • Farmers' Protest: 11th round of talks between government, farmers remain inconclusive

    Farmers' Protest: 11th round of talks between government, farmers remain inconclusive

    Farmers' Protest: Govt asks farmers to reconsider suspension proposal; union leaders stick to repeal demand

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    MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India has proposed a regulatory overhaul of the non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) and recommended a scale-based approach with stricter capital and governance norms, it said in a discussion paper released on Friday."Higher risk appetite of NBFCs has contributed to their size, complexity and interconnectedness making some of the entities systemically significant, posing potential threat to financial stability," the RBI said.

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