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Trinamool takes out rally against FRDI bill

The youth wing of the Trinamool Congress on Friday hit the streets protesting against the Financial Resolution and Deposit Insurance (FRDI) Bill, saying the hard-earned bank deposits of the people would be at risk once the legislation was passed.Led by ... Prokerala, 2 months ago

Ola, Uber drivers strike hits commuters hard

Several lakh commuters in Indias financial capital- Mumbai - were hit as cab aggregators Ola and Uber went on an indefinite strike from Monday. Even New Delhi, Bengaluru and Hyderabad were affected due to the strike. The strike call in Mumbai was given by ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago

Pak plans takeover of Hafiz-run charities

Pakistans government plans to seize control of charities and financial assets linked to Islamist leader Hafiz Saeed, who Washington has designated a terrorist, according to officials and documents reviewed by Reuters. Pakistans civilian government detailed ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Hafiz Saeed's offices, seminaries sealed in Pakistan's KP province  Sify2 days ago Saeed's banned charities pose challenge for Pak  Sify4 weeks ago Pak's timing of declaring Hafiz Saeed a terrorist is suspicious: MEA  Sify1 month ago

Political risks the stock markets face in 2018

Political risk culminating from elections in the US and Latin America, and evolving right-wing populism in Europe could lead to substantial volatility, say Abheek Barua and Tushar Arora. Emerging markets, including India, have experienced what appears to be an overextended bull run this year.   The majority of the assets have rebounded strongly from the oversold levels of late-2016. Going into the next year, the key question for investors is whether this positive momentum can persist.
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Centre, states must act closely to ensure implementation of National Security Policy: NN Vohra

At the 12th R N Kao memorial lecture at the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) headquarters in New Delhi, Jammu & Kashmir Governor N N Vohra delivered an elloquent speech, in which he discussed the efficient and speedy implementation of the National Security ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Dalit workers disrupt life in Mumbai for second day after clash

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Protests disrupted business in India's financial hub of Mumbai for a second day on Wednesday as lower-caste Dalits pelted buses, blocked rail lines and shut malls after a clash with right-wing Hindus.
 Reuters2 months ago

Sensex Trades Volatile; IT Stocks Top Gainers

Posted by Equitymaster After opening the day in green, share markets in India witnessed choppy trading activity throughout the day and are presently trading flat with a positive bias. Sectoral indices are trading mixed with stocks in the IT sector and stocks ...
 Equitymaster.com1 day ago Sensex Trades Dull; IT Stocks Lead Losses  Equitymaster.com1 month ago

Meghalaya CM Conrad Sangma says job tough, but expresses resolve to spur development

Barely two weeks into his new role, 40-year-old Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma says he has realised running the government would be a tough job but asserts he is "here to take over and do my best" to spur development. In a state that faces pressing ...
 catchnews.com3 days ago

How RBI can prevent PNB-like frauds

If the RBI had done the right things, these mistakes would not have happened in banks, public or private, says Ajay Shah. Photograph: Reuters A certain minimal state capacity in bank regulation and supervision is required, and we are repeatedly discovering this is absent. Some people see this as a question of public versus private banking. Private banks in India also have major difficulties with non-performing assets (NPAs), which suggests that the common factor of banking regulation is the ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

How farmers woke up the Maharashtra government

What began as a march a week ago from Nashik, culminated in Mumbai. Anywhere between 15,000 and 40,000 farmers, depending on sourcing, walked from Nashik to Mumbai demanding unconditional loan waivers, transfer of forest land in the name of landless tribals ...
 Sify1 week ago Kisan Long March: 35,000 farmers reach Mumbai, to lay siege to Maharashtra legislature  catchnews.com1 week ago
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