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Community currencies important in demonetisation: Innovator Ge...

Kolkata: Leveraging the power of social capital, community currencies such as Social Capital Credits (SoCCs) have a "very important" role in situations such as demonetisation, says its developer, New York-based Indian American Geeta Mehta. Mehta, an architect ... Sify, 2 months ago

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With Sears' future in doubt, vendors begin pulling back

By Nandita Bose and Richa Naidu (Reuters) - Suppliers to Sears Holdings Corp told Reuters they are doubling down on defensive measures, such as reducing shipments and asking for better payment terms, to protect against the risk of nonpayment as the company ...
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Preet Bharara: A crusader's tenure, a hero's exit

Meet the US Attorney who took on Donald Trump.Monali Sarkar profiles Preet Bharara. IMAGE: Preet Bharara was among the longest serving US Attorneys for the Southern District of New York. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters   Unless you are on the wrong side of the table from him -- and no one wants to be there -- the first thing that strikes you about Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York until March 13, 2017, is his courage of conviction.
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'India will be world's fastest economy for the next decade'

'India is already a great success story and will continue to grow rapidly for the next decade and beyond.''I hope this interview will help your readers appreciate how much India has already accomplished as well as the opportunities that lie ahead.' IMAGE: 'India will have to be much more successful in employment creation in order to exploit its demographic dividend. The most important issue in the short run is employment creation,' says Harvard economist Dale Jorgenson. Photograph: Jitendra ...
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Why Indians vote for dons and criminals

'The voter thinks that the State is not going to impartially deliver services, provide justice, basic law and order, social insurance -- so as a voter it's very rational that I may choose a criminal who will help me navigate the State.''A weak State allows a criminal politician to be the person who provides that guarantee to mediate whatever problem the citizen has with the State.'   IMAGE: Anurag Kashyap's film Gangs of Wasseypur memorialises criminals with lengthy records as politicians.
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US lawsuit seeking $100 million from Lance Armstrong heads to trial

The US Justice Department has accused Armstrong of defrauding the government by accepting millions of dollars in sponsorship money from the US Postal Service (USPS). A federal judge on Monday cleared the way for a US government lawsuit seeking nearly $100 million in damages from former professional cyclist Lance Armstrong to go to trial, court papers showed. The US Justice Department has accused Armstrong of defrauding the government by accepting millions of dollars in sponsorship money from ...
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Tehmina Janjua becomes Pakistan's first woman Foreign Secretary

Islamabad, Feb 13 (IANS) Tehmina Janjua was on Monday named Pakistan's new Foreign Secretary, becoming the first woman to become the country's top diplomat. Janjua, who pipped several senior colleagues including High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit, will ...
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Panagariya blames bank officials for note ban going awry

The decision to demonetise old Rs 500 and 1,000 notes was not taken in isolation but in implementing it what did not go as planned was that a "lot of the bank officials really played it in the way they shouldn't have played," NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya said. "Those who have been critical of demonetisation don't understand what a gigantic task it was to remonetise the economy," he said at a lecture on 'Economic Policy and Performance in India Under Prime Minister Modi', ...
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RBI's admirable role saved rupee from becoming unstable: NITI

The RBI played an "admirable role" in bringing "incredible" stability to the rupee in the face of demonetisation and global upheavals like Brexit and the US elections, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya has said. "Those who have been critical of ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Preventable deaths on the rise in Delhi: study

Deaths due to preventable illness such as tuberculosis has been on the rise in Delhi, warns a new study which shows that government efforts to improve health care has been insufficient to combat the impact of poverty and inequalities in India's capital city.
 Business Standard1 month ago
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