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Read Saturday WSJ “on censorshipBIG TECH has no both ways” “They achieved this dominance w substantial government privileges, including privileges they sought for serving as a conduit for information. So they can be regulated as common carriers,,,,”

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Connectivity cannot be an one-way street. Increased connectivity depends on growing mutual trust, says PM Modi#ITVideo  #SCOSummit 

#MintLongStory | The strange tale of how Goldman Sachs and Mitsui are exiting a ₹500 crore investment for ₹5 lakh

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Banking stocks opened with gains with the Bank Nifty hitting the 38000-mark for the first time after the government approved a ₹30,600 guarantee programme #Stocks  #StockMarkets  #StocksToWatchToWatch 

Our latest data show retail sales fell by an estimated 0.9% in August 2021 compared with July 2021. This is 4.6% higher than their pre-pandemic levels (February 2020)

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Biden angers France, EU with new Australia, UK initiative

Akali's black Friday stir: Public faces the brunt, ambulance stuck #ITVideo  #FarmersProtest 

In an exemplary show of compassion and humanity, a newly elected MLA from Balasore Sadar constituency in #Odisha  travelled to a flood-affected village and rescued a pregnant woman to take her to hospital. @imsuffian )

A stop-loss order, which is used to buy or sell stocks placed to limit the losses when you fear that the prices may move against your trade, won't be available for options in trading. #NSE  is stopping this facility from 27 September

IRCTC share price: The Indian Railways' PSU stock opened with an upside gap of ₹50.30 per equity share and went on to climb new high of ₹4,013 apiece #Stocks  #StockMarket 

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