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MakeMyTrip Ltd. has signed an MoU with the Archaeological Survey of India for online ticketing of 116 heritage sites

In a bid to promote India as a heritage tourism destination, online travel company MakeMyTrip Ltd. has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) for convenient and hassle-free online bookings for 116 historical monuments and sites across India. The agreement includes online booking for several heritage sites which are ASI projected heritage monuments such as Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Qutub Minar and so on. Src:

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India will be a US$5 trillion economy by 2025: Minister of Railways

Minister of Railways, Piyush Goyal at UK-India Joint Economic and Trade Committee meeting, expressed that he is confident that by 2025, India will be a US$5 trillion economy, likewise, Centre is also confident towards accomplishing the objective by aiming various prospects of the economy which will take India towards that objective. He stressed that e-commerce companies coming to India would need to guarantee that they would comply with the law when it comes to multi-brand retail and Centre policy. Src:

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I stand with @PiyushGoyal

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The interest rate on General Provident Fund reduced by government

After a general decline in overall interest rates in the financial system, the government has lowered interest rate on General Provident Fund (GPF) and other similar funds. GPF and other similar funds for the July-September quarter will pay a 7.9% interest rate to its subscriber as compared to 8% in the previous quarter. The rate is in line with that of the Public Provident Fund. This interest rate will be applicable on provident funds of central government employees, railways and defense forces. Src:

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I stand with @BJPGovt

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Wholesale inflation falls to 23-month low at 2.02% in June

India's wholesale inflation, measured by the Wholesale Price Index (WPI), declined to a 23-month low of 2.02% in June, government data showed. The inflation fell for the second time in a row, from 2.45% in May 2019. The fall was caused by a decline in the prices of vegetables, manufactured products, fuel, and power items. Lower inflation in chemicals and basic metals would not only provide a benefit to manufacturers but also keep retail inflation in check. Src:


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