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MFs folio count jumps by over 66 lakh in H1

Showing a growing traction for mutual funds among investors, the number of folios has grown by over 66 lakh in the first six months of the current fiscal on account of strong participation from retai
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Sensex edges up 48 points; Bharti Airtel, RIL stocks spurt

The Sensex and Nifty were trading marginally higher on heavy buying in realty, TECk, oil & gas and TECk stocks. However, fresh selling in healthcare, FMCG and capital goods stocks restricted the
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Bharti Airtel zooms 6% on tariff hike by Jio

Shares of Bharti Airtel jumped as much as 6 per cent as Reliance Jio had last week raised effective rates of some popular plans signalling more pricing discipline in the sector. The company shares...
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Orlando City Council to consider support for tech firms

Orlando tech startups could have a new way to raise money after Monday’s city council meeting.City leaders want to finalize a plan that would create a $150,000 fund to encourage tech entrepreneurs t
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Sam Smith feels “just as much woman” as he does a man

The 25-year-old singer has opened up about his cross-dressing past and although he used to be mocked for it when he was younger, he revealed some people “respected” him for being so open.
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What to Read Before Heading to Kerala

Three books that will whet your appetite for a trip to India.
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Colin Farrell and the Art of the Small Comeback

Hitting bottom after a string of macho roles in major movies, the actor has found fulfillment — and the best reviews of his life — in oddball films.
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Update: Most Houston Attractions Have Reopened; the Opera Gets Creative

Hurricane Harvey caused flooding in the theater district so other venues will be used for performances. Museums, restaurants and festivals are also back.
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Fine Arts & Exhibits: ‘Scenes of Solitude’ from Hudson River School Artists

A show at the Albany Institute of History & Art is the opening act for exhibits at the Met and the Thomas Cole National Historic Site.
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