Jan 8, 2018 - The transforming paradigm of digital healthcare in India

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Beauty & Business: Women Entrepreneurs lap up India's Salon boom
A recent KPMG report has projected the size of India's beauty and wellness market to nearly double to Rs 80,370 crore by 2017-18 from Rs 41,224 crore in 2012-13. And here's a tale of two women - trained beauticians, who, after coming out of their mundane daily chores and starting their professional skills modestly, seem well set to expand nationally to tap this fast growing market. Sharmila Singh Flora of Flora's and Mousumi Mitra of Be Bonnie - have both lined up pan India expansion plans with their own branded salon and beauty products. Flora's at 25 and Be Bonnie at 15 thought this was the right time to branch out and expand. More here

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Banks And Digital Wallets To Now Target 30 Bn Digital Payments In FY 2018-19

The government is now eyeing a 50% increase in the volume of digital transactions, leading to around 30 Bn digital payments by the end of FY 2018-19. In order to achieve this, separate targets have been set for banks and digital wallets.

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Regulating a Digital Economy: An Indian Perspective

The “fourth industrial revolution” which has been characterised by end-to-end digitalisation has led to unprecedented increases in connectivity and data flows. By 2017, Asia had the largest number …

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From Warning To Now Action, SBI Bars Customers Trading Cryptocurrencies

Following the order by the Reserve Bank of India barring regulated financial institutions from dealing in cryptocurrencies, the biggest public sector bank, SBI (State Bank of India), has issued a notification that it has discontinued cryptocurrency dealings through SBI Card.

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