Urjit Patel Locks Horns With Govt & Amazon's Soapy Fraud: 4 Things to Know

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1)Urjit Patel might resign as the RBI governor. Reports suggest that the invocation of Section 7 of RBI Act which allows the government to issue directions to the central bank governor could be the cause of this development.
 
2)India can soon feature among world’s 3 richest countries. Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani expects the nation to lead the global economic growth.
 
3)The generous Gujarati diamond trader is back in the news. Much like the last few years, Savji Dholakia has gifted his employees 600 cars on occasion of Diwali.
 
4)Oops! Amazon India did it again. This time they delivered soap instead of a brand new smartphone. The customer, a Noida man, is definitely not happy and has sued Amazon India head and three others.

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