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Pandemic does what Modi's note ban failed to do for India

The Reserve Bank of India last year said it aimed to increase digital transactions to about 15% of gross domestic product by 2021, fro ...
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    SpiceJet offers coronavirus hospitalisation insurance to its passengers

    "Passengers can opt for the insurance cover ranging between Rs 50,000 to Rs 3,00,000 at a premium for as low as Rs 443 to Rs 1,564 a year (including GST)," the airline said in a press release.

    UP seeks Centre’s nod for compulsory hospitalisation

    Yogi Adityanath told Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday during the PM-CMs’ confer...

    Gujarat makes hospitalisation must for COVID-19 testing

    The move is widely being viewed as yet another effort by the government to restrict t...

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