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Dogecoin: All you need to know about the cryptocurrency based on a meme

On crypto data tracker CoinGecko.com, Dogecoin jumped more than 800% over the last month and is now the fourth-largest digital currency, with a market capitalization of $73 billion.

Yogi Adityanath chalks up plan to make Uttar Pradesh ‘atmanirbhar’: UP Budget focuses on education, farmers, infrastructure among other things

The UP finance minister Suresh Khanna today presented Rs 5,50,270 crore budget for the financial year 2021-22 in the state assembly

Fact Check: Is “Raam” with the photo of Lord Ram printed on it is the world’s most expensive currency

As Raam is not a legal tender issued by a sovereign state or a central bank, it is not a regular currency, it is actually a bearer bond

One-time emergency measures for Atmanirbhar Bharat to make India a self-reliant global superpower

As India tries to open up the economy post-coronavirus lockdown, a few measures that could boost country's economy to become a global superpower.

A Wishlist for Budget 2020: An opportunity to create history

On 20th, Halwa Ceremony was conducted marking the start of the final leg of Budget 2020 process

Tech-giant Google recognises success of India’s UPI, recommends US Federal Reserve to implement similar model

Tech-giant Google has recommended that the US Federal Reserve implement a real-time payments platform similar to India's UPI.

How realistic is Prime Minister Modi’s target of making India a $5 trillion economy by 2024

India’s Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi has declared his vision of making India a $5 trillion economy by 2024.

Government clarifies that there is no ‘Gold Amnesty Scheme’ after media publishes misleading reports

 Media houses had reported earlier today that the government may soon announce a 'gold amnesty scheme' which will fix a holding limit for gold and will tax Indians over a certain amount of gold.

Finance Ministry needs to move away from Socialist policies: Surcharge on rich was wonky enough, new CSR norms are beyond ridiculous

Across the globe there are discussions regarding CSR norms and their implications for social responsibility, governments, public policy and society in general. There are many arguments for and against CSR norms and most of these arguments are valid.

Union Budget 2019 in numbers and charts

Receipt and expense figures of the union budget 2019

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