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Hamas warns Israel, says 'No hostage will leave alive unless our demands are met'
short by Arshiya Chopra / on Sunday, 10 December, 2023
Hamas has warned Israel that no hostage would leave the Gaza Strip alive unless the militant group's demands were met. Around 105 hostages held by Hamas were freed in a one-week truce earlier. The freed hostages included 80 Israelis in exchange for 240 Palestinian prisoners. Israel on Saturday said 137 hostages remained in the Palestinian territory.
read more at Hindustan Times
India on track to become world's 7th largest stock market: Report
short by Hiral Goyal / on Sunday, 10 December, 2023
The Indian stock market is on track to become the world's seventh largest after replacing Hong Kong, according to Financial Times. The gap between India and Hong Kong's market capitalisations narrowed at the end of October. The Indian stock market was valued at $3.7 trillion, whereas Hong Kong at $3.9 trillion, according to data from the World Federation of Exchanges.
read more at Moneycontrol
Former Union Minister Vishnu Deo Sai appointed as Chhattisgarh CM
short by Sakshita Khosla / on Sunday, 10 December, 2023
BJP leader and former Union Minister Vishnu Deo Sai has reportedly been appointed as the next Chhattisgarh CM. The central observers of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) arrived in Raipur on Sunday to appoint the Chief Minister after the party won 54 seats of the 90 Assembly seats in Chhattisgarh recently. The tribal leader won the election from Kunkuri.
read more at ANI
Which companies are increasing car prices from January 2024?
short by Pragya Swastik / on Sunday, 10 December, 2023
Maruti Suzuki, Tata Motors, Mahindra & Mahindra, Honda, Audi and Mercedes-Benz have announced hiking the prices of their vehicles from January 2024. The companies attributed the price hike to an increased cost pressure driven by overall inflation and increased commodity prices. The price hikes are estimated to be around 2-3%. Tata Motors will hike prices of commercial vehicles by 3%.
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Who were the highest paid CEOs in India in FY23?
short by Hiral Goyal / on Sunday, 10 December, 2023
Wipro CEO Thierry Delaporte emerged as the highest paid CEO in India with a remuneration of ₹82 crore in FY23, as per ET. The list included Infosys CEO Salil Parekh (₹56.45 crore), Tech Mahindra CEO CP Gurnani (₹30 crore) and TCS' erstwhile CEO Rajesh Gopinathan (₹29 crore). Notably, seven of India's top 10 highest paid CEOs belong to IT sector.
read more at Hindustan Times
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