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India slips to 77th rank, accounts for 0.06% of all foreign funds with Swiss banks

According to the latest Swiss National Bank data, funds parked by Indian individuals and enterprises in Swiss banks fell by 5.8 per cent in 2019.
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Bars, pubs and restaurants are reopening, Switzerland is relaxing Covid lockdown

Switzerland is relaxing Covid lockdown by reopening bars and restaurants. Groups of up to four people can now go out for drinks or dinner.
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Credit Suisse signals worst may not be over after $1 billion-hit due to Covid-19

Credit Suisse, Switzerland’s second-largest lender, is giving the first window into how European lenders fared after Covid-19 crisis began worldwide.

What 3,000 world leaders will eat for lunch at Davos 2020

With a total of 70,000 meals served in Davos, delivering no or minimal food waste is a significant challenge.
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Indian tax authorities to get first set of Swiss bank details in September 2019

The shared details will include account numbers, credit balance and all kinds of financial income for each Indian client of every Swiss financial institution.
A Swiss national flag hangs in view of the Swiss National Bank (SNB) in Bern, Switzerland

Why all funds deposited by Indians in Swiss banks are not black money

As India has ranked 74th in terms of money stashed by its residents in Swiss banks, ThePrint takes a look at the different legitimate ways of transferring funds overseas.
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MP govt spent Rs 1.58 crore on Kamal Nath & his entourage for Davos summit

The amount was spent on Kamal Nath and 3 of his bureaucrats who participated in an exclusive business lounge to brand Madhya Pradesh at the World Economic Forum.
Visitors and workers walk inside the Congress Center ahead of the World Economic Forum in Davos | Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Davos 2019 is all about ‘Globalization 4.0’. So, what is that?

Skills and geography have until now helped insulate many white collar jobs from the impact of globalisation. But not anymore.
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These are the best countries to live and work in — and to boost your salary

Singapore topped the ranking as best place to live and work for a fourth straight year, beating New Zealand, Germany and Canada.

Modi hasn’t made much progress in eliminating black money

The fight against black money needs more reform, reasonable taxes, and wider but simpler regulations.

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People stand in a queue at a food distribution point during the nationwide lockdown in Navi Mumbai on 24 April 2020 | PTI

Why even herd immunity may not fully protect us from coronavirus

Herd immunity might be a temporary state of affairs. The coronavirus-induced economic & social changes may induce a rotation of potential superspreaders.

Dubai businesses start growing again for the first time after coronavirus struck

Businesses in Dubai are benefiting from lifting of lockdown restrictions, with foreign visitors allowed to enter. However, a weaker outlook hasn't stopped job losses.


IAF chief R.K. Bhadauria takes a sortie in HTT-40 last November | Twitter | @HALHQBLR

Defence Ministry clears purchase of indigenous basic trainer aircraft, upgrade of Israeli UAVs

HAL acquisition among projects worth Rs 8,722.38 crore to be cleared. The upgrade of Israeli Heron UAVs will include arming them, a need being pushed due to stand-off with China.
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Modi redefined secularism with Ram Mandir as Hindu voters were fed up of Sonia-Left version

Assumptions that Indian secularism died with Ram Mandir bhoomi pujan are bunk. It is enshrined in the Constitution, and is worth preserving.