Top Headlines: EU wants bilateral investment treaties extended but India not keen

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Daily Newsletter | Tuesday, February 21, 2017
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EU wants bilateral investment treaties extended but India not keen
The EU wants India to extend the bilateral investment treaties with individual countries for six months, but it is unlikely India would do so.
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The pronouncement of the Al-Azhar seminary in Cairo, seen as an authoritative voice in the Islamic world, that triple talaq has been undisputed since the era of the Prophet can play into the debate in India over the controversial method of divorce among Muslims.
Hafiz Saeed threat to us, says Pak minister
The Pakistan government appears to have acknowledged for the first time that 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed, who has been placed under house arrest by Pakistan and listed under an anti-terrorism law, was a threat to the country.

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The Karnataka high has suggested to the BBMP to evolve a software and use the same to deal with complaints relating to illegal constructions in the city of Bengaluru.

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Banks exetnd help to startups in need of credit
Private sector lenders HDFC Bank, Axis, IDFC, Kotak Mahindra and Yes Bank have started extending short term credit to meet working capital needs for Ola, Power2SME, Flipkart, OYO, Zinka, Capital Float, investment banker-turned-entrepreneur Fulguni Na…
Telecom tribunal asks whether Jio’s offers are base plans or special vouchers
Telecom tribunal TDSAT today asked regulator TRAI to place all documents pertaining to Reliance Jio’s free offers and specify whether the tariffs were a regular plan, base plan or special tariff voucher.
Samsung India’s most successful brand, Apple most innovative: Report
Samsung has emerged as the most successful mobile brands in the first decade of smartphones in India, followed by Cupertino-major Apple and HTC

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England’s Ben Stokes, Tymal Mills headline record spending
England allrounder Ben Stokes was the biggest purchase at the 2017 IPL player auction in Bangalore, finding his first Indian franchise in Rising Pune Supergiants who forked out Rs 14.5 crore for his services – more than seven times his base price.
Reality check for Ishant, Irfan as they find no takers
Ishant Sharma suffered for a huge base price of Rs 2 crore as he went unsold during both the rounds. Irfan Pathan got a reality check of a different kind.
2017 IPL auction: Five uncapped Indians who hit pay-dirt
Of the 30 uncapped Indian players who were purchased at the 2017 IPL, these five really made it large.

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Reliance Jio crosses 100m users in under 6 months
Led by free voice and data services, Mukesh Ambani’s telecom venture Reliance Jio has managed to cross 100-million in subscribers, achieving the number in less than six months of its launch.
Rupee firms up for 2nd session, up 9 paise to 66.92
The rupee resumed lower at 67.06 per dollar as against the last Friday’s closing level of 67.01 at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market on initial demand for the American currency from banks & importers but recovered afterwards to 66.90 before ending at 66.92, showing a gain of 9 paise, or 0.13%.
India looks to expand energy ties with Myanmar
Numaligarh refinery Ltd (NRL), a unit of India’s state-run Bharat Petroleum Corp, is looking at selling gas oil into northwest Myanmar, its managing director said. “Initially, it will be a small quantity. We will look for a long-term contract for diesel exports after expansion of our refinery.”

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