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Sensex sheds 71 pts on weak Asian cues

  The benchmark Sensex fell by about 71 points to slip below the key 27,000-mark in the opening trade today, on sustained foreign fund outflows amid weak Asian cues as investors await US President Donald Trump's economic plan details. The 30-share index was 70.92 points or 0.26 per c

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Airbus CEO sees 'flying car' prototype ready by end of year

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