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Esports and gaming sector pin high hopes on upcoming Union Budget 2023
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News18 Uttar Pradesh/Uttarakhand to host Rising Uttarakhand Summit
What are brands expecting from Union Budget 2023?
iTV Network successfully organises its ‘India News Manch' conclave
GoM recommends 28% GST to be levied on casinos, online gaming horse racing
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CNBC-TV18 drives in-depth conversations on mental health with talk show ‘Mind Matters: An Invitation To Wellbeing’
RBI wants government to prohibit cryptocurrencies: Nirmala Sitharaman
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DEA Secretary says consultation paper on crypto almost ready; to be submitted soon
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I&B Ministry constitutes AVGC Promotion Task Force
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India Inc Leaders attend the 17th India Business Leader Awards hosted by CNBC-TV18
In-depth: How Indian publishers are looking to benefit from NFT bandwagon
Finance Minister N Sitharaman launches 30-year anniversary issue of Business Today
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Industry leaders across sectors welcome Budget 2022 announcements; say it will help growth in the long-term
AVGC task force welcomed, tax on digital assets not so much; Digital media gets a boost from Budget 2022
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Electric vehicle players elated with the ‘progressive’ Budget 2022; welcome the battery swapping policy
Crypto players welcome taxation of crypto assets & introduction of CBDC in Budget 2022
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India’s own digital currency to launch soon: FM Nirmala Sitharaman
Moneycontrol’s content line-up themed ‘The Booster Budget’ attempts to show an exhaustive roadmap for future
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What is Advertising and Marketing sector expecting from Budget 2022?
Amidst regulatory uncertainty, focus of crypto players shifts to educating investors
‘Agenda Aaj Tak’ summit begins today; promises debates, discussions on India’s future
No decision yet on crypto ads ban, Cryptocurrency bill to be introduced soon: FM Nirmala Sitharaman
India Today Conclave returns with its 19th edition
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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to launch ET Now Swadesh on October 4, 2021
INS to urge government to increase print media ad spends
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