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India, China hold fresh round of military talks

India and China have agreed to maintain peace and tranquility in border areas along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh during a recent high-level military talks. However, no clear forward movement was made in resolving the over three-and-a-half-year friction points. The 21st round of the India-China corps commander level meeting was held on February 19, with both sides sharing their perspectives and committing to maintain communication through military and diplomatic mechanisms. Key Points

Economic Times

Are you saving enough for a carefree retired life?

India News: Learn how to save enough for a carefree retired life and maintain your current lifestyle. Get tips on building a retirement corpus, investing wisely, and managing inflation. Key Points

Times Of India

Nuh clash: Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar, other leaders appeal for peace

​​ The chief minister said that the kind of situation that has arisen in Nuh, the responsibility of every common citizen towards the society increases further. Khattar also said that no person is above the Constitution of the country. Key Points

Economic Times

JN.1 cases in several states: What are the preventive measures?

Delhi reported its first case of JN.1 strain. Experts maintain that there's no need to panic. However, precautions should be taken. Key Points

India Today

Govt plans to go Hi-tech to reduce wastage of fresh fruit and veggies

The Centre mostly procures foodgrains to be sold at subsidised rates and to maintain a buffer. Besides, it procures onions in large quantities and at times tomatoes to keep prices in check and maintain a demand-supply balance. It also sells fresh fruits, vegetables and other perishables through Safal stores under the National Dairy Development Board. Rajeev Rastogi, vice president, machine learning at Amazon, confirmed to ET the meeting held with NITI Aayog officials to get Johari deployed in government-owned centres. Key Points

Economic Times

Tesla and Chinese rivals signal truce in brutal EV price war

Tesla and 15 other automakers, including BYD, Nio, Xpeng, Geely and Chery Automobile, have pledged to avoid a price war and maintain fair competition in the world's biggest EV market, China. The pact comes after almost a year of discounts, issued by the automakers, as sales slowed down. Key Points

Economic Times

Exercise can rejuvenate brain, delay cognitive decline: Study

Findings can help design interventions for older adults to maintain or improve both physical and mental health. Physical activity has a significant effect on... Key Points

The Tribune India

Shamita Shetty: My reaction was a mixture of hurt and frustration

Actor Shamita Shetty reacts to a troll, who trolled her for her age and marital status. Here's what she says. Key Points

Hindustan Times

Arvind wants to maintain a 20% plus margin across 3 years and grow aggressively: Punit Lalbhai

“We expect the second half of the year to be better than the first half which we have been maintaining. The bottoming out of the demand situation has happened and there is a slight recovery in some of the markets that we are operating in. It remains a very challenging demand environment.” Key Points

Economic Times

Govt tightens LLP rules; partners have to declare beneficial interests, intangible contributions

According to the Limited Liability Partnership (Third Amendment) Rules, 2023, notified by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), even upcoming LLPs have to maintain such a register, at their registered offices, within 30 days of incorporation. The new rules came into force on October 28. Key Points

Economic Times

Santiago Pena claims victory in Paraguay presidential polls, defusing Taiwan fears

Forty-four-year-old Santiago Pena has claimed victory in Paraguay's presidential election as the conservative Colorado Party strengthened its hold in the country's political sphere. Pena, who has pledged to maintain Paraguay's long-standing Taiwan relations, had 42.7% of the vote with over 99% of ballots counted. Key Points

India Today

Is this the end of binge-watching?

Streaming platforms in India are releasing new series in batches, with weeks or months between releases, rather than all at once for binge-watching. Proponents of the staggered approach say it helps build and maintain audience engagement over time for a show. Also, streaming platforms have adopted this strategy to retain subscribers and spread out expenses. Key Points

Economic Times