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Can Redmi Note 9 Pro Max Indian version will get MIUI update??

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Why Indian banks are Denying Services to Crypto Exchanges?

Indians are not finding it easy in recent weeks to engage in crypto exchange because the banks are restricting payment for users that sell or buy bitcoin.  There is no official statement from the government as regards the crypto ban or something related. However, the banks’ reactions towards crypto-related customers have been harsh.  The current…

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Indian Entrepreneur Nandan Nilekani Suggests Crypto to Government

Reading Time: 2 minutesIndian entrepreneur Nandan Nilekani has called on the Indian government to accept cryptocurrencies as an asset class. Nilekani believes cryptos are more of an asset rather than a payment method. Nilekani is also against a prohibitive approach by the government, he believes crypto can improve India’s economy. Nandan Nilekani, an Indian entrepreneur…

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How a young Indian brand is beating its Chinese rivals in their game

A Delhi-based firm has managed to break the Chinese monopoly in India’s personal audio equipment space—by leveraging China’s manufacturing prowess.boAt, a six-year-old firm that sells headphones, earbuds, and speakers, held a 37% share of the personal audio products segment in India in 2020, according to data from market intelligence firm Kalagato. Chinese brand realme was…

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Indian health insurance startup Plum raises $15.6 million in Tiger Global-led investment

The vast majority of people in India, the world’s second most populous nation, don’t have health insurance coverage. A significant portion of the population that does have coverage get it from their employers. Plum, a young startup that is making it easier and more affordable for more firms in the nation to provide insurance coverage…

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14 Indian Dramas That Are So Good We Can’t Meme Them Like We Do All The Others

From suspenseful romantic mysteries to nail-biting crime thrillers to everyone’s fave “enemies-to-lovers” trope, there are some real gems here that’ll become your next obsession. Indian dramas have a reputation for being ridiculously overdramatic and sometimes implausible — to the point where it’s actually hilarious and you start to wonder if the creators even intended for…

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Indian economy not as hard hit as first wave but uncertainties remain, says RBI By Reuters

2/2© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A man walks along a wall overlooking the central Mumbai’s financial district skyline, India, March 9, 2017. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui2/2MUMBAI (Reuters) – India’s economy has not moderated to the extent it did during the first wave but uncertainties can act as a deterrent in the short term, the Reserve Bank of India…

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Facebook sues Indian government to protect WhatsApp encryption

Facebook has been at the center of a few privacy scandals this year, with the controversial WhatsApp privacy policy update being one of the most notorious. Facebook wants to collect more WhatsApp user data related to in-app commerce features and has had to defend the new terms of service for most of the year after…

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Indian state orders lockdown after’super-spreader’ election

An Indian state stricken by coronavirus after mass rallies were held for a key election ordered a two-week lockdown on Saturday in a bid to halt the spread. All offices, stores and public transport in West Bengal were told to close for 15 days after the region reported its biggest spike yet in deaths and…

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Indian Police Crack Down on Dumping of Bodies Into Ganges as Country Sees 326K New COVID Infections

Police in India are patrolling the banks of the Ganges River to stop people from dumping corpses of those who died from COVID-19, as the country added over 326,000 new virus infections in the past 24 hours.In India’s most populous state of Uttar Pradesh, authorities have begun cracking down along the river amid local media…