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Revealed: Pentagon's Imprudent Spending On Afghans Gem Industry

Pentagon had engaged to what the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli The Pentagon's Task Force for Business and Stability Operations or TFSBO is a special unit deployed in Afghanistan 1. Stabilise the region's economy ... International Business Times Australia, 5 days ago

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Pakistan still has 6 MILLION landmines, India third with 4 million

The watch your step sign on wet floors should take a critical meaning in a field of landmines where one wrong move could prove fatal. It seems such fields may not be uncommon in nations of the world hoarding anti-personnel landmines. According to a freshly released report, Pakistan has a stockpile of six million anti-personnel landmines, the second-largest in the world. Not to be left behind, India placed third on the list released by Nobel-prize winning group the International ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Delhi, Mumbai among world's 7 worst cities for business travel

If you are on a business trip to any of these cities, travelling can be a nightmare and here’s why.   Image: An aerial view of Gateway of India, Mumbai. Photograph: Reuters Each one of us may have few frustrating travelling experiences. There may have been times when you were stuck up in bad traffic and had eventually landed up late for your job interview or any such important event. Be it any country, commuting issues prevail everywhere, but there are cities where travelling may be ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

'Meatspace': Lamb Chop Sent Into Space Returns To Earth [Watch Video]

On June 14, Nikesh Shukla, a novelist, and his two friends attached a tandoori lamb chop to a 2-metre-wide weather balloon. They launched it into the stratosphere to a distance of 31 kilometres. According to the Independent, the trio strapped a ...
 International Business Times Australia3 weeks ago

Guaranteed plans will give lower returns than FDs, debt

Last month, two life insurance companies launched plans that offered guaranteed savings and income -- SBI Life Insurance's Smart Guaranteed Savings Plan and Max Life Insurance's Guaranteed Income Plan. But equity and debt markets are giving good returns. Should you buy such plans that deliver lower returns? Is the benefit of life cover attractive enough to settle for lower returns for a guarantee? According to Prakash Praharaj, founder, Max Secure Financial Planners, the current guaranteed ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

10 cities that are helping India prosper; Delhi tops

Image: A picture taken from the window of passenger airplane shows traffic on a road in New Delhi.Photograph: Fayaz Kabli/Reuters With rapid urbanisation taking place in India, cities play an important role in the economic development of the country. To analyse and evaluate contribution of cities to the economy, an international think tank has come up with The India City Competitiveness Report. The Institute for Competitiveness has rated 50 Indian cities based on parameters such as ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Modi must act fast on cleaning up the financial sector mess

India is probably the only country where jewellers to manufacturing companies to builders can pick up money from the public without coming under any regulation, notes Debashis Basu. Image: Chain-money schemes are being regulated by Sebi when it is a deposit-taking activity and should be regulated by the RBI, note experts. Photograph: Fayaz Kabli/Reuters According to a newspaper report, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is seeking to revamp financial sector regulations. For this, he wants a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Retail inflation cools further to 5.52% in October

India's annual consumer price inflation eased for a third straight month in October to 5.52 per cent, its lowest level since the government started releasing the data in 2012, data showed on Wednesday. The latest number was lower than a Reuters poll forecast of 5.80 per cent and September's 6.46 per cent print. Consumer food price inflation, under a new series published by the government, eased to 5.59 per cent last month from 7.67 per cent in September. Image: A fruitseller; Photograph: Fayaz ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Put an end to human rights violations in Valley: PDP to PM Narendra Modi

Mehbooba Mufti, president of People's Democratic Party (PDP), Kashmir's main opposition party, speaks after police stopped her protest march in Srinagar. Reuters/Fayaz Kabli Defending the public outrage over the killing of two innocent youths at ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

The new Insurance Bill will breathe life into the ailing sector

The landmark bill will provide greater muscle to the ailing insurance sector.  Image: Insurance sector needs immediate attention of the government. Photograph: Sahil Salvi/Rediff  The new insurance bill is expected to be a game-changer for most of us. Currently, the Indian insurance sector is in dire need of funds, more freedom and better infrastructure. New rules and features in the Bill will certainly revive the sector. Though, the implementation of the Bill has been delayed, there ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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