Is Rs 1 crore enough to retire? Here are 3 investment plans to make savings last during retirement

Is Rs 1 crore enough to retire? Here are 3 investment plans to make savings last during retirement

One of the biggest challenges that retirees face is how to make their retirement savings last a lifetime. Even if one has saved diligently throughout one’s working life and accumulated a sizeable nest egg, it may not be able to...
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TikTok’s parent ByteDance plans USD 1 billion investment in India in next 3 years

TikTok’s parent ByteDance plans USD 1 billion investment in India in next 3 years

NEW DELHI: Unfazed by the ban on TikTokin India, the popular Chinese short video app’s parent ByteDance remains “very optimistic” and plans to invest USD 1 billion in the country over the next three years. ByteDance — touted to be amon...
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Veen plans to enter retail marketing with its new portfolio by 2019-end

Veen plans to enter retail marketing with its new portfolio by 2019-end

Finnish premium beverage brand Veen is all set to extend its product portfolio in India. The brand, which normally sells its range of natural water in traditional glass bottles at luxury hotels, restaurants, bars and nightclubs in India, will introduce...
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Blackstone bets big on India with investment plans worth $2.4 billion

Blackstone bets big on India with investment plans worth $2.4 billion

Betting big on India is the world’s largest private equity firm Blackstone Group, which has plans to invest 60 percent (or USD 2.4 billion) of its maiden USD 4 billion Asia-focused fund in India, sources told Mint. “Blackstone plans to deploy about...
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ArcelorMittal plans to rebid for Essar Steel

ArcelorMittal plans to rebid for Essar Steel

World’s largest steel maker ArcelorMittal, whose bid for Essar Steel was rejected by lenders, said it plans to re-bid for the debt-laden firm undergoing insolvency proceedings. The SBI-led consortium of creditors had this week rejected the bids by ArcelorM...
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Plastic items, furniture may get cheaper as govt plans to cut GST rates on items in 28% slab

Plastic items, furniture may get cheaper as govt plans to cut GST rates on items in 28% slab

The GST Council may consider Friday reducing items in the 28% tax slab and slash rates for daily use items, plastic products and handmade furniture as it looks to provide relief to consumers. Four months after the Goods and Services...
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