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Toll From Vigilante Mobs Rises, and India Begins to Recoil
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Toll From Vigilante Mobs Rises, and India Begins to Recoil

 For decades, one of the most commonplace news items from South Asia has been the "bus plunge.'This sort of disaster happened so frequently that foreign correspondents had to choose among bus plunges, looking for something distinctive -- the passengers were pilgrims or schoolchildren; the bus fell into a ravine, or a reservoir, or the sea -- to find one that was especially noteworthy, meriting coverage in the newspaper.It is a sign of the times, in India, that we must now do the ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Inflation outlook to stay muted for more months: ASSOCHAM

Going forward, there could be some disruption for one or two vegetable items such as tomatoes, having seen crop damage, but overall, the situation is going to remain quite comfortable for the consumers at least till October-November. Floods in some parts of ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Who will make these parks neat and clean? Department of Floriculture is sleeping for a long time?

State Times News JAMMU: For last couple of days the security forces who had pitched their tents in one of the gardens maintained by Department of Floriculture in Green Belt area of Gandhi Nagar have vacated the area. While packing their bags and other items ...
 State Times1 month ago
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Lessons to learn from a dying business

K Vaitheeswaran, co-founder of Indiaplaza, one of India's first e-commerce companies, shares the lessons he learnt from its failure. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Online retail, if run smartly, needs negative working capital and, to achieve this goal, we had negotiated average 40 per cent gross margins at 90 days' credit with most book publishers. Flipkart, only an online bookstore then, started shipping large volumes by selling below cost and with free shipping. Flush with early ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Lessons learnt from Ind AS Phase I Companies  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

Speak Up: Delhiites have short fuse

Notorious for being the crime capital, Delhi saw three back to back brutal crimes triggered over minor issues. If in one case, a young boy was forced acid down his throat because he didn’t stock some dairy item in his shop, a father-son dhabha owners ...
 DNA3 weeks ago
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World will study India's GST experiment one day: Modi

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday hailed the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime for bolstering the country's economic progress, and expressed the belief that one day the world would definitely study "India's GST experiment". He said the pace ...
 Sify3 weeks ago GST has transformed economy: PM in Mann Ki Baat  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Expel communalism, casteism by 2022: PM  Mathrubhumi3 weeks ago GST has transformed economy, says PM  Mathrubhumi3 weeks ago
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GST impact: The new tax squeezes the little business guys

Bloomberg On the edge of one of India’s biggest slums, Alauddin Ansari opens a paper ledger of daily sales at his small leather shop and points to a blank page. That’s the tally for today. Nothing. Before prime minister Narendra Modi introduced the ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago A GST that could get better with time  Rediff.com1 month ago New bikes, cars, ACs, dresses? Rush! It's raining discounts thanks to GST  Sify2 months ago Need for special working group on GST roll out  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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Bengaluru loves Bitcoin!

In the Silicon Valley of India, one can use the cryptocurrency to pay for food, buy bus tickets, order stuff online, and even get a haircut, Aditi Phadnis discovers. IMAGE: You can trade, hold and sell your bitcoins through Unocoin for a 1 per cent commission that the company charges when you convert bitcoins into Indian rupees.Photograph: Benoit Tessier/Reuters.   There is nothing about Indiranagar, Bengaluru's middle class suburb, to suggest subversion might be brewing here. Least of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

WOW! Sophie Choudry’s ‘Mid-week motivation’ picture is worth drooling over!

Sophie Choudry has always been considered as one of the hottest actors and singers of Bollywood. Although we haven’t seen much of her on the film or music front of late, she has been constantly updating her Instagram handle with videos and pictures, many of ...
 Bollywood Hungama1 month ago

Delhi's Momo festival returns with much more fun and a bar

City's annual momo festival is back -- this time with over 100 variants of the round steamed South Asian delicacy. From mayo to garlic chutney, and bhel chat to beetroot, the three day festival that began yesterday, has momos for everybody. 25 momo koisks ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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