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अब एटीएम से निकाल सकते हैं 10 हजार, चालू खाते की लिमिट 1 लाख नोटबंदी के बाद आरबीआई लोगों के बीच कैश क्रंच को खत्म करने के लिए लगातार कदम उठा रहा है. आरबीआई के नए ऐलान के मुताबिक अब रोज एटीएम से 10 हजार तक रुपए निकाले जा सकेंगे. अभी तक यह लिमिट 4500 रुपए है. इसके अलावा आरबीआई ने चालू खाते से हर हफ्ते एक लाख तक की निकासी को मंजूरी दे दी है.Read more at Rajasthan Patrika


Sushma Swaraj’s visa threat to Amazon is an unfortunate justification of hyper-nationalist bullying External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj’s recent threat to revoke the visas of officials may have paid off. Sometime after she voiced her displeasure, Amazon Canada removed doormats resembling the Indian tri-colour flag from its Canadian website. But serious questions about the rationality and wisdom of indulging in such hyper-nationalistic rhetoric remain.
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Marathon man: Tatas pick first non-Parsi and professional executive as group chairman Two-and-a-half months after the Tatas stunned the world by sacking chairman Cyrus Mistry and recalling Ratan Tata as interim chairman, Natarajan Chandrasekaran, the 53-year-old MD and CEO of India's largest technology company TCS, was elevated as the first non-Parsi and first professional executive to head the country's largest, $108-billion conglomerate.
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Idea launches extra data, unlimited calling plan for customers A week after rival Airtel increasing 4G data limit in some plans, Idea Cellular January 11, 2017 announced increase in data usage limit across select unlimited calling plans while offering 3GB additional mobile broadband for customers who upgrade to new 4G handsets.
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Reliance Jio data speed double that of rivals’ in December Reliance Jio arrived in the Indian telecom sector as a disruptive player, bringing voice calls, 4G data, and other services for free till December 31 to users across the country. However, its launch did not result in the tariff war that many had expected.
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Google may be forced to stop reading your Gmail for ads The European Union is looking to take additional steps to guard the privacy of European internet users. The new initiative might limit the power of internet companies when it comes to collecting user data for various purposes.
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Paytm updates Android app; here’s what’s new Paytm has been one of the most widely adopted mobile wallet apps in the country. The app had its fair share of ups and downs, from being blamed for colluding with the Prime Minister for profits, to being owned by a Chinese company, to facing a massive outage.
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PayPal saw nearly $1 billion in charitable donations over the holidays PayPal has tallied up all the charitable donations it processed during the recent holiday season. The online payment processing company announced that 8 million PayPal users from 181 countries donated $971.21 million to 282,053 organizations at the end of 2016.
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Petrol pumps to continue accepting card payments till Jan 13 Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Monday said all petrol pumps would continue to accept card payments post January 13. Banks decided to defer charging fuel retailers a transaction fee till January 13, after petrol pumps across the nation threatened to stop accepting credit and debit cards from Monday in protest against a levy of 1% on card payments.
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66 फीसदी लोगों ने माना मेट्रो में चाकू ले जाने की इजाजत गलत दिल्ली मेट्रो में महिलाओं की सुरक्षा के लिए सीआईएसएफ ने अहम कदम उठाया है। ट्रेन में यात्रा के दौरान महिलाएं आत्मरक्षा के लिए अपने साथ छोटा चाकू रख सकती हैं। इसके साथ ही अन्य यात्री ट्रेन में लाइटर और माचिस रख सकते हैं।
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