Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday said the rupee has “held back very well” against the US dollar when compared to other currencies. Against the backdrop of the rupee dropping to a lifetime low against the greenback, Sitharaman said the Reserve Bank and the finance ministry are keeping a very close watch on the situation.
“If any one currency which has held its own and did not get into fluctuation or volatility as much as other currencies, it is the Indian rupee. We have held back very well,” she told reporters here.
Poco starts sale of 12GB RAM and 256GB variant of Poco X6, prices it Rs 20,999
Poco initiates sale of its new Poco X6 variant with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage, priced at Rs 20,999. The phone offers impressive features and additional discounts through card transactions, EMI payments, or product exchange.
- Poco starts selling 12GB RAM and 256GB variant of Poco X6 at Rs 20,999
- The new variant is exclusively available on Flipkart in two colours: Mirror Black and Snowstorm White.
- Additional discounts available with ICICI Credit/Debit cards, EMI payments, or product exchange offer
Poco’s newly launched Poco X6 is all set to go on its first sale today. Touted as one of the most powerful phones in the mid-range categories, the Poco X6 is available for as low as Rs 20,999. However, you are required to have the eligible cards in order to get the device at a discounted rate. The Poco X6 comes with the Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 processor coupled with up to 12GB of RAM.
Adani-Hindenburg case: Supreme Court says no ground to transfer SEBI probe
The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to interfere with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) probe into the Adani-Hindenburg case. In its verdict, the Supreme Court held that there was ‘no ground to transfer the investigation from SEBI to SIT (Special Investigation Team)’, saying the George Soros-led Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)’s report can’t be the basis for doubting the SEBI report.
Ratan Tata turns 86: Internet shares heartwarming birthday posts. See here
Ratan Tata, the Chairman Emeritus of Tata Group, turned 86 on December 28. Social media platforms were abuzz with heartfelt birthday wishes for the industrialist.
Known for his visionary leadership and philanthropic endeavours, Ratan has been a beacon of inspiration in the business world. He assumed the role of Chairman of the Tata Group in 1991, transforming it into a global powerhouse with significant acquisitions such as Tetley and Jaguar Land Rover.