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Qatar says Kuwait trying to mediate, solve diplomatic rift
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Qatar says Kuwait trying to mediate, solve diplomatic rift

The biggest diplomatic crisis in the Persian Gulf region since the 1991 US-led war against Iraq pits several nations against Qatar, which is home to some 10,000 American troops and a major US military base. Airlines suspended flights and residents nervous ... Money Control, 2 months ago
Arab nations cut ties with Qatar in new Mideast crisis Business Standard, 2 months ago
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Housekeeping Crisis

DIVIDING MY LIFE between India and Norway is akin to moving between luxury and want. India may have the world’s largest number of poor while Norway has one of the highest standards of living. But when it comes to the luxury of time, even the relatively poor ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago Tracking the journey of India  DNA1 week ago
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India keeps options open as Gulf crisis deepens

Even as External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said the rift between Gulf States would have no impact on India, the Prime Minister Office (PMO) has asked the different ministries including Civil Aviation, and Petroleum & Natural Gas to be ready for any ...
 DNA2 months ago

A timeline of 70 years of Indian Independence

Indians carry the national flag and participate in an event ahead of Independence Day . Image: AP As we celebrate 70 years of Indian independence, it behooves us to flash back over the three score and ten years to make witness to the many events that shaped ...
 Sify1 week ago 71 years of independent India - The real estate milestones  Sify3 weeks ago
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'Today, even the RBI is under political pressure'

'There is no difference between the earlier government and the present government.''They are all following the economic policy based on the Chicago School of thought.''This school of thought says the government should have very little role in governing the country and the majority of work should be handed over to the private sector.''This has not succeeded in the US.''Yet, it is being tried here by people like Arvind Subramaniam, Arvind Panagariya, Urjit Patel and Raghuram Rajan.''These ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Princess Diana wanted to 'run away with bodyguard' to escape 'loveless marriage' with Prince Charles

Princess Diana wanted to run away with a bodyguard with whom she had fallen "deeply in love" to escape her loveless marriage with Prince Charles, according to Diana's privately recorded videos with her voice coach which are set to be aired for the first time ...
 DNA3 weeks ago
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India's Anna Daata: Damned if he does, damned if he doesn't!

'If India is to emerge as a superpower, we must utilise our huge agricultural potential and not, as in past centuries, merely exploit our farmers,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). IMAGE: Tamil Nadu's farmers partly shave their heads during a protest in New Delhi to demand a drought-relief package from the Centre earlier this year. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters As a former infantry soldier, one feels a natural affinity to the farmer. While on a patrol, in blinding rain, one has often ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Thousands lose jobs, wages as restive Kashmir’s tourism economy dwindles

At the Dal Lake in Srinagar, Rizwan Ahmad Bhat stands next to his shikara (a traditional boat), named Do Badan Ek Jan (two bodies, one soul), waiting for tourists. Last year this time, the lake was packed with visitors exploring its waters and the views of ...
 Sify2 months ago
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Is RBI's hawkish stance hurting India's growth prospects?

The role of interest rate in Indias growth is grossly underplayed. The movement of interest rates has been strongly linked to episodes of high growth and slowdowns in the last few decades. There are two major puzzles of the Indian economy that have been ...
 Sify2 months ago
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'Demonetisation de-fattened the economy'

'High denomination cash notes which was 1.4 lakh crores of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes in 2004 became Rs 15.5 lakh crores in 2016.' 'If it had been allowed, by 2022, it would have been Rs 34 lakh crores, and that would have been the end of the Indian economy.' 'Demonetisation was a huge hit on the head of the economy, but without the hit, you could not U-turn the economy.' Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh ideologue Swaminathan Gurumurthy became the editor of Thuglaq after its legendary editor Cho ...
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