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Consumers will pay more after GST
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Consumers will pay more after GST

In an exclusive interview with Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier, M R Venkatesh, chartered accountant and commentator on business issues (seen, below) rips apart the belief that GST will increase India's GDP by 2 per cent, that it will lead to the ease of doing business, that GST will lead to one nation, one tax. Read ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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'They have not gone to fight a war'

'These young men have become religious fundamentalists and gone to lead the life of Salafis somewhere.'Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier reports on the mystery of Feroz Khan, arrested in Mumbai for alleged IS links. Media reports say 24-year-old Feroz Khan from Trikaripur in Kerala's Kasaragod district was arrested in Mumbai on July 10 by the Intelligence Bureau for his alleged links with Islamic State. His step brother Kunjabdullah says nobody from the government has confirmed his arrest to the ...
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Varappuzha sex scandal trial in Oct

KOCHI: The trial proceedings in the sensational Varappuzha sex scandal relating to the trafficking of a 16-year-old girl will begin in October. Shobha John of Thirumala in Thiruvananthapuram, a goon and an accused in several criminal cases, is the ...
 Times of India1 week ago Trial in Varapuzha sex case to begin on October 3  New Indian Express1 week ago
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'Some people want to divide Hindus'

IMAGE: Amit Shah's controversial tweet. 'These people want to create fissures among Hindus and they have been trying to do this for quite sometime.' It was an eventful Onam for the Bharatiya Janata Party's Kerala unit. BJP President Amit Shah was trolled on social media for wishing Malayalees 'Vaaman Jayanti' on the eve of Onam. Though he wished Malayalees a 'Happy Onam' the next day, the Vaaman Jayanti greetings did not go down well. Had the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh not published a cover ...
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She gained strength from sadness. Today, she's mother to 1,500 kids

'Solace' emerged from the heart of a mother who knew what it feels like to be a helpless parent when treatment for a sick child is expensive.Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier meets Sheeba Ameer, who immortalised her daughter's memory through Solace -- a non-profit organisation that works for children afflicted with cancer. IMAGE: Sheeba Ameer, a selfless mother -- a mother to 1,500 children who look for solace at Solace. Photograph: Kind courtesy Sheeba Ameer Sheeba Ameer epitomises a mother's fight ...
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'The Cauvery water dispute is going to get worse'

IMAGE: A view of the Krishnarajasagar Dam in Mysuru. Photograph: PTI 'The Cauvery river has become excessively politicised by all political parties.''They see a vote bank in an emotive issue of this kind.' S Janakarajan, professorial consultant at the Madras Institute of Development Studies, is president of the South Asia Consortium for Interdisciplinary Water Resources Studies at Hyderabad. Behind the formation of the Cauvery Family in 2003, where farmer leaders from both Karnataka and Tamil ...
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'Promoting khadi is the mission of my life'

IMAGE: The Desitude label. 'Khadi is my passion. The only idea behind this start up is to promote and popularise khadi.' He is a 25-year-old engineer who worships Mahatma Gandhi and C Rajagopalachari. He walks around in a khadi kurta and mundu (dhoti), and not in a jeans and T-shirt. His passion is not to be a financially successful entrepreneur but one who can promote and popularise khadi. He wants to do so by selling khadi jeans online to youngsters like him who otherwise are reluctant to ...
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'India's dominance in IT will continue'

'India is the number one IT destination in the world as we have the largest number of IT professionals in the world.' IMAGE: A scene from an Indian start-up company. Photograph: Reuters   Infosys Co-founder, Senapathy Gopalakrishnan, who was the company's CEO and MD from 2007 to 2011 and Infy's vice-chairman from 2011 to 2014, is now co-founder at Axilor Ventures, an accelerator that helps early-stage start-ups succeed. 'Kris' Gopalakrishnan spoke with Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier in ...
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'Stress on Vedic culture in new education policy is not right'

'In this system, the poor does not get an equal opportunity to compete with the rich.' 'Our problem is not the stress given on the Vedic system, but not mentioning the other forms of education.' India has had two National Education Policies so far, drafted in the years 1968 and 1986. The 1968 policy was based on the suggestions of a 17-member Education Commission, headed by the then University Grants Commission chairperson D S Kothari. This policy had called for a national school system by ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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An agenda for Dr Urjit Patel

The mother of all challenges is the balance sheets of banks, and the mess has to be cleared early. There is no lending happening because banks don’t have money. Banks don’t have money because most of the previous lendings are stuck. Unless Dr Urjit Patel starts clearing the balance sheets of banks, the investment cycle will not start. Unless the clog in the drain is cleared, further lending cannot happen. If further lending doesn’t happen, the investment cycle also will not ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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