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  • Away from the red carpets and movie sets, multi award-winning Indian actress, Deepika Padukone was diagnosed with depression. Talking to CNBC's Tania Bryer, Deepika explains why she's using her voice to talk about the illness and how she's helping others to do the same.

  • Migrant workers head to their homes on the third day of the national lockdown imposed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to curb the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19 , at Anand Vihar bus terminal, on March 27, 2020 in New Delhi, India.

    Big cities in India saw thousands of migrant workers trying to flee the nationwide lockdown after they were left jobless and homeless due to the pandemic. India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi admitted the restrictions had hurt millions, but said there was no other option.

  • An undelivered Airbus passenger jet, operated by IndiGo, on the tarmac at Toulouse-Blagnac airport on May 15, 2016.

    India's largest airline IndiGo said its systems were down across the network on Monday, and that it expects operations at airports to be impacted as a result.

  • Mumbai skyline

    Start-ups shaking up India's hospitality, healthcare and financial services industries are among the most appealing places to work right now, according to LinkedIn.

  • Young woman using laptop computer

    India's booming IT scene is creating a wealth of high paying opportunities, according to a new study identifying the country's most lucrative tech professions.

  • Dhvanil Sheth, founder and CEO of Skillmatics.

    Have you ever caught yourself trying to scroll up on a paperback book? For most, it might result in a moment of self-loathing. For Dhvanil Sheth, it marked the birth of a $2 million company.

  • *FAA bans U.S. carriers from some Iran airspace. *Ban follows Iran downing of U.S. drone this week. June 21- Some global airlines are re-routing flights to avoid Iran- controlled airspace over the Strait of Hormuz and Gulf of Oman, they said on Friday, after the U.S. aviation regulator barred its carriers from the area until further notice.

  • *FAA bans U.S. carriers from some Iran airspace. *Ban follows Iran downing of U.S. drone this week. June 21- Some global airlines are re-routing flights to avoid Iran- controlled airspace over the Strait of Hormuz and Gulf of Oman, they said on Friday, after the U.S. aviation regulator barred its carriers from the area until further notice.

  • *India gold discounts jump to $15/ oz from $7 last week. *Premiums in China rise to $14- $20 vs $10- $12.50/ oz last week. MUMBAI/ BENGALURU, June 21- Physical gold discounts in India widened to their highest in almost three years this week as local prices surged to record peaks, while Asian hubs, barring China, saw aggressive selling from customers as global bullion rates...

  • *FAA bans U.S. carriers from some Iran airspace until further notice. June 21- Some global airlines are re-routing flights to avoid Iran- controlled airspace over the Strait of Hormuz and Gulf of Oman, they said on Friday, after the U.S. aviation regulator barred its carriers from the area until further notice. Thursday's emergency order from the U.S. Federal...

  • June 21- Gold jumped to a near six-year high on Friday, surpassing the key $1,400 level before shedding some gains, but bullion was headed for its best week in more than three years on dovish signals from major central banks and rising tensions in the Middle East. Weaker dollar, falling yields and tensions in the Middle East have lifted the precious metal by nearly...

  • June 21- Gold jumped more than 1.5% on Friday, breaking above $1,400 for the first time since September 2013, as hints of a rate cut from the U.S. Tensions in the Middle East also boosted gold's rally, which has lifted the precious metal nearly 5% this week and almost 10% so far this year. Spot gold was up 1.2% at $1,404.35 per ounce as of 0537 GMT, after earlier hitting its...

  • June 21- Gold jumped more than 1.5% on Friday, breaking above $1,400 for the first time since September 2013, as hints of a rate cut from the U.S. Tensions in the Middle East also boosted gold's rally, which has lifted the precious metal nearly $80 or 5% this week and almost 10% so far this year. Spot gold was up 1.4% at $1,406.81 per ounce as of 0305 GMT, after earlier...

  • *FAA bans U.S. carriers over parts of Iranian airspace. *Commercial aircraft within 45 nautical miles of downing- FAA. The order came hours after United Airlines suspended flights between New Jersey's Newark airport and the Indian financial capital of Mumbai, which fly through Iranian airspace, following a safety review after Iran shot down a high-altitude U.S....

  • June 21- United Airlines said it had suspended flights between New Jersey's Newark airport and the Indian financial capital of Mumbai following a safety review after Iran shot down a high-altitude U.S. surveillance drone. "Given current events in Iran, we have conducted a thorough safety and security review of our India service through Iranian airspace and...

  • June 21- United Airlines said it had suspended flights from New Jersey's Newark airport to the Indian financial capital of Mumbai following a safety review after Iran shot down a high-altitude U.S. surveillance drone. "Given current events in Iran, we have conducted a thorough safety and security review of our India service through Iranian airspace and...

  • LUSAKA, June 20- Vedanta Resources said it would take urgent steps to protect its Zambian assets and pursue international arbitration if necessary after a Lusaka court on Thursday rejected its request to be included in liquidation proceedings. A Lusaka judge on Thursday ruled Vedanta Resources could not take part in proceedings to wind up its Konkola Copper...

  • MUMBAI, June 19- India's monsoon has progressed more slowly than usual after hitting the southern state of Kerala nearly a week late. The India Meteorological Department has forecast average rainfall in 2019, while the country's only private forecaster Skymet has predicted below-normal rainfall. In 2018, India received 9% lower rainfall than normal,...

  • Internet technology companies dominate this year's list of India's top 25 employers.