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Lab notes: Cells have a positioning system that helps maintain health and hold clues to disease 18.12.2017 Scroll.in
Proteins maintain their locations within cells and in the absence of such localisation, protein function is compromised.
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SoftBank pushes Flipkart to focus on growth, market share 18.12.2017 homepage
SoftBank is willing to pump in ‘several billions of dollars’ to help Flipkart increase its market share to 60-70% and leave Amazon India far behind
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CPPIB, GIC eye Baring PE’s stake in RMZ Corp 18.12.2017 homepage
Qatar Investment Authority looking to exit RMZ through a buyback option, Baring PE holds a 21% stake in the commercial property developer worth Rs2,400 crore
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United Spirits sees McDowell’s No.1 brand driving sales growth 18.12.2017 homepage
United Spirits is now ramping up its marketing for McDowells’s No.1 via its luxury soda brand and plans to reach 50 million people through its ‘No.1 Yaari’ ad campaign
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Office rentals at some commercial hubs recover, back at peak levels 18.12.2017 homepage
Greater demand for quality office space, coupled with weak supply in prime commercial locations, has aided the recovery, consultants and developers say
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Brand Factory plans aggressive expansion, to focus on small towns 18.12.2017 homepage
Brand Factory is set to open 40 new stores over to next 8-10 months to reach the 100 mark, and will thereon add 40-50 outlets each year until it gets to 200, says business head Suresh Sadhwani
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You have to pay taxes on gains from bitcoins 18.12.2017 homepage
If you as an individual invest or trade in cryptocurrencies such as bitcoins, you have to pay taxes on any gains accruing from a cryptocurrency transaction
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Corrections & Clarifications - Dec. 18, 2017 17.12.2017 Hindu: Readers' Editor
The Science & Technology page article headlined “One gene to tackle all stresses” (Dec. 17,2017) erroneously said that Sudhir Sopory of Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, had done pioneering...
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Indian startups - traversing maturity cycle in 2017 17.12.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
The storied success of Indian tech startups is nearly a decade-old. It is estimated that there are 5,200 of them today, and growing at 7% (over the previous year). Some things remain unchanged though. For instance, Bengaluru, Delhi NCR and Mumbai constitute 68% of the startup base and continue to remain hot spots. Although, promising startups are emerging from Tier II and III cities as well (up from 16% in 2016 to 20% currently), ushering a whiff of democratisation. India has nine Unicorns, and though we are behind the US and China on absolute count, we have the second highest average unicorn valuation. This year, approximately, 1,000 startups were added, and though it is lower than last year, interestingly, 47% were in the B2B segment, signaling a definitive shift from B2C. To be fair, this is a trend that has been gaining prominence in the last couple of years, and this year, it was even more pronounced. The increasing influence of Chief Digital Officers (in large enterprises) and the compounded impact ...
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Better late than never 17.12.2017 Business Standard: Today
Let all the residents make the best use of the city's public transport/Metro trains at least for four days a month
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ISL: ATK register first win of the season as Robin Singh’s strike downs Mumbai City 17.12.2017 Scroll.in
Robin scored the only goal of the game, which came through a scrappy effort in the second half.
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Shriram Properties eyes stressed assets in South 17.12.2017 BusinessLine - Real Estate
Looking to raise ₹1,600 crore
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Bitcoin gaining ground in city despite RBI warnings 17.12.2017 Deccan Herald - City
Bitcoin, the shadowy cryptocurrency whose exchanges were surveyed by income tax authorities earlier this week, has arrived in the city as an investment option. Not many know it is fraught with risk. Only tech-savvy businessmen knew about the virtual currency till recently, but now, housewives, realtors, doctors and even government employees are being lured into investing in it. About 2,500 new users are added every day in Bengaluru, an insider said. People from the districts are invited to seminars in Bengaluru, where agents tell them stories of bitcoin buyers becoming fabulously rich overnight. Agents are using pyramid marketing techniques to promote the currency. Since they are not licensed, doing business with them is a huge gamble. Yashodha N, a homemaker from Tumakuru, bought half a bitcoin for Rs 1.45 lakh earlier this year. She got two other people into the network, and the commissions made her the owner of a full bitcoin. She promotes bitcoins among investors in her circle. The RBI has not ...
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Rajnath slams Rahul Gandhi, says BJP trying to douse fire lit by Cong 17.12.2017 Latest News
Singh said the Congress regime believed in "spreading enmity" between different communities
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Google-backed task fulfillment start-up dunzo runs errands to make money 17.12.2017 Latest News
A to-do list app for your daily chores, reports Shameen Alauddin
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ISL: Ganesh's late winner helps Chennaiyin FC defeat Bengaluru 17.12.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Dhanpal Ganeshs dramatic winner, with just two minutes remaining, helped Chennaiyin FC put it past hosts Bengaluru FC 2-1 in the Indian Super League (ISL) season four fixture at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium here on Sunday.
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ISL 2017: Bengaluru emboldened after return to 'Fortress' 17.12.2017 Sify Finance
[India], December 17 (ANI): Following a loss and two indifferent victories away from home, Bengaluru FC will be keen to prove they are among the best in the business when they return to the
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Bellandur skywalk to be built with CSR funds, MP promises it will be up in 3 months 17.12.2017 Karnataka
Bandra_Skywalk_Wikimedia_Commons_Nicholas_750x500.jpg Repreentational image: Nicholas via Wikimedia Commons The massive human chain protest by Bellandur residents on December 6, demanding a skywalk at the Outer Ring Road has not gone in vain. At a meeting on Saturday, Bengaluru Central MP PC Mohan promised the residents that the proposed skywalk will see the light of the day in three months. The proposed skywalk will be built wholly with Corporate Social Responsibility funds. “Some companies have come forward to fund the project. There won’t be any government funding in it,” MP Mohan told TNM. Read: What happened to Sanjay could happen to us: Bellandur residents up in arms for skywalk It was also decided that the skywalk will be named after 19-year-old Sanjay Giri who lost his life while crossing the dreaded stretch on November 29 which was the trigger of the protests. Sanjay used to work as a security guard at the Akme Harmony apartment complex. The meeting was also attended by DCP Traffic Abhishek ...
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UP Govt to hold roadshows for investors' summit 17.12.2017 HBL: Home
In a bid to attract investors ahead of the two-day Investors’ Summit in Lucknow, ministers and officials of Uttar Pradesh Government will hold roadshows in different cities of the country. In this ...
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Rajnath Singh, Yeddyurappa attend BJP's Parivartan Yatra in Bengaluru 17.12.2017 Latest News
The BJP is making all efforts in Karnataka to oust the ruling Congress in the state in the upcoming assembly polls scheduled to be held in 2018
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