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Nachiket Mor has his heart in the right place
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Nachiket Mor has his heart in the right place

After a 25-year stint at ICICI Bank, Mor suddenly quit as he wanted to add more value in the bigger areas of health care and financial inclusion. Nachiket Mor says he tried his best to be a “frontline soldier” in his “karmabhoomi” (area of work), but somehow it has never happened.   “I believe it was not in my destiny. My aspiration was to be in khadis with kolhapuri chappals and a jhola. But it has remained just an aspiration,” he says with a smile, ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

BJP must be in trouble in Gujarat for Modi to get Japan PM Shinzo Abe to ‘campaign’

Ever since Narendra Modi left Gujarat to become Prime Minister in 2014, the BJP was forced to appoint two chief ministers in a bid to retain its hold on the state. The state is now gearing up for its first Assembly poll since Modi’s exit. Given this ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

‘India erred in abandoning developing countries to woo big powers’: Biswajit Dhar

India’s foreign policy has increasingly become determined by economic interests especially since it ushered in economic liberalization. But the entire economic foreign policy needs to be redefined, says economist Biswajit Dhar, an expert on multilateral ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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Move to gas-based economy: Dharmendra Pradhan

Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan on Thursday highlighted efforts of the government to move to a gas-based economy and the avenues for FDI in building infrastructure for gas including LNG terminals, pipelines, CGD. Speaking atthe ...
 DNA2 weeks ago
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Take heart, all is NOT wrong with the economy

Inflation is down, growth is headed for recovery. RIL and subsidiary Jio are on an upswing. However, stressed loans and impending job losses are the dark clouds, says Devangshu Datta. The Monetary Policy Committee has held policy rates steady. The Reserve Bank of India cut growth estimates and raised inflation projections. Gross Value Added is estimated to grow at 6.7 per cent for 2017-18, a downgrade from the earlier 7.3 per cent estimate.   Consumer inflation is expected to run at ...
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Sports shorts: Bhullar wins Macao Open, Indian archers bag silver

IMAGE: Gaganjeet Bhullar in action. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images Gaganjeet Bhullar romped home to a three-shot victory at the Macao Open to bag his eighth Asian Tour golf title in Macau on Sunday.As a result, the Indian golfing ace etched his name on the trophy for the second time, having previously won the event in 2012.Bhullar (64-65-74-68) was unstoppable on the final day of the US $500,000 event as he brought in a card of three-under-68 to end up with a winning total of 13-under-271.
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In Q2, foreign investors sold $3.2 bn of Indian stocks

This flight of capital began in early August due to risk-aversion created first by rising geopolitical tensions due to North Korean aggression and second by the US Fed’s decision to shrink its balance sheet Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) have pulled out over $3.2 billion from the domestic stock market in the September quarter (data till September 28). Other emerging markets (EMs), including South Korea ($2.8 billion), Indonesia and Taiwan (at $2.1 billion each) and South Africa ($1.4 ...
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Sensex slides after 4 days of gains

The stock markets slipped on Thursday after a four-day winning spell, when the Sensex ended with losses and the Nifty settled below the crucial 9,900 as investors jostled to take money off the table. Concerns about foreign capital flying out remained. On the macro front, services sector activity expanded for the first time in three months in September -- but only  slightly. The Nikkei India Services PMI stood at 50.7 in September -- from 47.5 in August. The BSE 30-share index after a ...
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FDI flows into India could almost triple to $126 billion by 2025

Why India is an FDI magnet. The country satisfies several reconditions to attract foreign inflows. IMAGE: India's large market will attract FDI. Photograph: Munish Sharma/Reuters. Foreign direct investment is looking for a new destination. Rising labour costs in China and an ageing population in north-east Asia mean the major countries involved in global supply chains have become expensive in terms of manufacturing. Moreover, growth opportunities globally are sparse, and all the while ...
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The meteoric rise of Brand Sindhu

The third highest paid endorser after Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni, Sindhu is the highest paid among woman athletes and non-cricket sportspersons in the country, says Urvi Malvania. From one brand to 11 and a three-fold increase in endorsement fees, P V Sindhu’s rise through the brand tables in the year since her win at the Rio Olympics has been meteoric. Today, she is the third highest paid endorser after Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni, and the highest paid among woman athletes and non-cricket ...
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