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Modi in US: GST to be a game-changer for India, PM tells top US CEOs

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said India has now emerged as a business-friendly destination, more so with the upcoming implementation of landmark GST beginning next month, while asking CEOs of top US companies to invest in the country.

Odds favour Kovind as he’s set to get 7 lakh votes of electoral college

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Set for a comfortable victory, NDA presidential nominee Ram Nath Kovind may bag over 62 per cent votes but fall short of the 69 percent votes polled by incumbent Pranab Mukherjee in 2012.

Everyone excited to invest in India, looking forward to GST rollout: Google CEO Sundar Pichai

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After attending the CEOs roundtable conference with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said here that the former was focused on getting insights on how to attract more foreign investment.

Operation Prahaar shakes confidence of Naxals in Sukma

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The Operation Prahaar is believed to have shaken the confidence of Naxals here in the area, as for the first time the security forces delved deep inside the Naxal core area in Sukma and launched a major offensive against them.

Kohli becomes second most followed Indian on Facebook after Narendra Modi

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Virat Kohli has surpassed Salman Khan to become the second most followed Indian on Facebook. Indian skipper’s following crossed 35 million and he is now just behind Prime Minister Narendra Modi 42.2 million.

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