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As the medal tally builds, Kiwis turn to 'per capita' argument
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Per capita income dips in Western, Uva provinces

The per capita income of the Western province which was 1.5 times the national per capita income in 2014 has slightly reduced to 1.4 times in 2015 while in the Uva Province it has reduced from 0.9 to 0.8, recent statistics showed. According to ... The, 2 weeks ago

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British golfer Justin Rose hits first hole-in-one in Olympic history

Nordic countries have more Olympic medals per capita than anyone else in history Kazakhstan weightlifter has celebration of the Olympics after winning gold - but his victory didn't come without controversy The 3 plays from the Rio Olympics ...
 Business Insider India2 weeks ago Nordic countries have more Olympic medals per capita than anyone else in history  Yahoo! Finance2 weeks ago Finding the fairest way to judge the Olympic medal count  PhysOrg.com2 weeks ago [Ticker] Finland wins most Olympic medals per capita  EUobserver2 weeks ago

India pumping out too much water

The report published in The Nation the other day is alarming that underground water is running out quickly as per capita availability of water drops to 990 cubic metres in 2016 as compared to 5,650 cubic metres in 1947. India has 1,600 cubic metres ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago Nudging India out from water stress through plasticulture  Business Standard1 month ago India is among 3 most competitive global water mkts: Hariharan Subramaniam, COO, Earth Water Group  Money Today1 month ago
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Amaravati will be constructed by 2018, says Narayana

Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development P. Narayana on Saturday said construction of the capital city at Amaravati would be completed by 2018. Plots to the farmers who gave their land for pooling would be given away on lottery ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Workshop Mana Amaravati held- Amaravati would be ready by 2018  AndhraNews.net2 weeks ago

India needs years of strong growth to match China: Rajan

RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan today said India has a long way to catch up with China on per capita GDP and will need years of strong growth but cautioned against expanding economy at the cost of environment. China's per capita GDP is about four times of India's, he said. "So yes, we have a long way to catch with the level of per capita GDP and that means many years of strong sustainable growth. I want to emphasise here, because a few years of growth will not help. After those few years, we ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago No reason to devalue rupee right now: Raghuram Rajan  DNA1 month ago Unique China Story: The railway that links China and Rotterdam; innovative idea of entrepreneurs  Sify1 week ago China is our bitterest enemy today  Rediff.com1 month ago

India spends 3 paise per capita per day on sports: panel

Columnist Shobha De appears to have chosen the wrong target for India's medal-less performance in the Olympics so far, if one goes by a Parliamentary Standing Committee report. India is not winning medals in proportion to its population and one reason is that ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Paradoxical India: India on 10 wealthiest countries list, takes 7th spot  catchnews.com5 days ago India Ranked 7th Wealthiest Nation of The World; Beats Australia, Canada In Wealth Creation  Trak.in6 days ago India is 7th wealthiest country, China second  Asian Age6 days ago
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Per capita expense on health in India 58 USD in 2012: Govt

The per capita expenditure onhealth in India in 2012 was 58 US dollars as against 88 and108 USD in other developing countries like Sri Lanka andIndonesia respectively.
 Money Control1 month ago Per capita expenditure highest in India  The Hindu1 month ago

Canara Bank gets shareholders nod to raise capital

Canara Bank has said that it has got shareholders approval to raise its capital by up to Rs 2,000 crore. The bank has concluded its 14th Annual General Meeting and transacted... raising of capital (up to Rs 2,000 crore by further issue of equity/preference ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Banks face stress due to 'stalling' in 2011

Bhattacharya said the per capita consumption by Indians of both steel and power is one of the lowest in the world. The post Banks face stress due to ‘stalling’ in 2011-13: SBI’s Arundhati Bhattacharya appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 month ago 'India to equal world per capita steel consumption in 10 years'  Business Standard2 months ago India to equal world per capita steel consumption  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

CAG: J-K government's debt piles up to Rs 48,314 cr

Asserting that an increase in per capita liabilities signifies rising debt burden on the state and individuals in Jammu and Kashmir, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) has said the state's fiscal liabilities have gone up to Rs 48,314 ...
 Business Standard1 month ago J&K Government’s debt piled up to Rs 48,314 Cr: CAG  State Times1 month ago J&K government’s debt piles up to Rs 48,314 crore, says CAG  The Hindu1 month ago
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