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Wipro to roll out promotions again in June, employees to get skill-based bonuses

During the quarter ended in March, the IT behemoth hired nearly 18,000 employees (Bloomberg)Premium
During the quarter ended in March, the IT behemoth hired nearly 18,000 employees (Bloomberg)
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India social security contributions and widening of the tax regime

In India, social security support on retirement funding or provision of pension is very limited or non-existential. Photo: iStockphotoPremium
In India, social security support on retirement funding or provision of pension is very limited or non-existential. Photo: iStockphoto

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Citigroup to exit retail banking in 13 key markets including India

The withdrawal came as Citigroup reported record quarterly profit, boosted by the flurry of blank-check companies it helped take public in the first three months of the year (Photo: Reuters)Premium
The withdrawal came as Citigroup reported record quarterly profit, boosted by the flurry of blank-check companies it helped take public in the first three months of the year (Photo: Reuters)

Wipro still lags on growth, but keeps hopes alive with decent deal wins

Wipro’s Ebit margins saw a sequential decline of 70 basis points (bps) at 21%. OPremium
Wipro’s Ebit margins saw a sequential decline of 70 basis points (bps) at 21%. O
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NEET PG 2021 exams postponed amid Covid-19 surge. Know more details

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) exams was earlier scheduled for 18 April.Premium
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) exams was earlier scheduled for 18 April.

RBI looks to review its regulations, compliance process

RBI had last set up an RRA in April 1999 for reviewing the regulations, circulars, reporting systems, based on the feedback from public, banks and financial institutions.Premium
RBI had last set up an RRA in April 1999 for reviewing the regulations, circulars, reporting systems, based on the feedback from public, banks and financial institutions.

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India needs to learn from the Suez crisis

Every year, the Suez Canal is used by about 19,000 ships, which transport 12% of global trade, valued at $700 billion. (Photo: Reuters)Premium
Every year, the Suez Canal is used by about 19,000 ships, which transport 12% of global trade, valued at $700 billion. (Photo: Reuters)
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