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Hindustan Times  New Delhi, August 02, 2013
First Published: 17:21 IST(2/8/2013) | Last Updated: 17:36 IST(2/8/2013)

After Telangana, what? The immediate fallout is a growing demand for a greater Rayalaseema; faced with a tight liquidity condition, two leading private sector banks – HDFC Bank and Axis Bank – have raised fixed deposit rates; Samsung has topped the customer satisfaction index and booted down Apple in the smartphone category; and TV stars get paid well for their shows. These were some of the most read stories on the site. Read more:

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Telangana fallout: growing demand for greater Rayalaseema
After Telangana, what? The immediate fallout is a growing demand for a greater Rayalaseema - one of the two regions that Andhra Pradesh will be left with after Telangana becomes a state. Read more

HDFC, Axis Bank raise fixed deposit rates
Faced with a tight liquidity condition, two leading private sector banks – HDFC Bank and Axis Bank – have raised fixed deposit rates by up to 4%, a move which may be followed by others. Read more

Samsung users more satisfied than iPhone: Poll
Samsung has topped the customer satisfaction index and booted down Apple in the smartphone category according to a new poll. Read more

Small screen, fat pay cheques
While you might be under the impression that TV actors are paid per project, it’s worth knowing that they are paid on a daily basis. Stars on the tube get paid well for their shows. Read more

 

 

 


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