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'Narsingh has brought shame to India and wrestling,' says Sushil's coach
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'Narsingh has brought shame to India and wrestling,' says Sush...

‘Sushil will go, if requested by the federation and government.’ ‘One thing I can say is that he cannot cry foul this time.’ IMAGE:  Narsingh Yadav. Photograph: Getty Images. Barely 10 days before the start of the Rio Olympics, India suffered huge embarrassment as wrestler Narsingh Yadav failed a dope test, conducted by the National Anti-Doping Agency, which casts serious doubts over his participation in the quadrennial event.  The 2010 Commonwealth Games ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago
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How the government plans to bring down high prices of pulses

Centre forms panel on pulses crisis, expands buffer stock To provide a long-term solution to India’s pulses crisis, the Centre on Monday constituted a high-powered panel under Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian to revisit the minimum support price and bonus mechanism, while at the same expanded the buffer stock by 1.2 million tonnes on hopes of a good harvest this year. The committee would submit its report in the next two weeks. The decision to constitute the panel and increase ...
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Terrorism in India is sponsored by Pak: Rajnath on Kashmir trouble

IMAGE: Home Minister Rajnath Singh. Photograph: PTI Pakistan played a ‘key role’ in fomenting the recent trouble in Kashmir and it was sponsoring terrorism in India, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Thursday. Observing that the situation in the valley was "normalising" gradually, he singled out Pakistan for fomenting trouble there, saying it had played a "key role" in fuelling tension and that terrorism in India was sponsored by it. Referring to the 'black day' observed by ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago BJP will win more seats than in 2019 than 2014: Rajnath Singh  DNA1 month ago
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Bad data led to bad decisions: Subbarao

RBI often wrong-footed due to questionable data, says former governor The Reserve Bank of India’s monetary policy decisions often go astray because of erroneous data provided by the government, former governor Duvvuri Subbarao writes in his book to be released on Friday. Stating that the central bank operates within the universe of knowledge available in real time, Subbarao wrote RBI 'is oftentimes wrong-footed because of the questionable quality of data'. As an example, India’s ...
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How serious is India's NPA problem?

India’s aggregate NPA as a percentage of GDP is far lower than that in Italy, Greece, says says A V Rajwade. Earlier this week, the Centre offered recapitalisation funds of Rs 23,000 crore (rs 230 billion) to public sector banks. The aggregate amount needed to meet Basel III capital would be much higher, partly because, as the Reserve Bank of India’s latest Financial Stability Report evidences, the proportion of non-performing assets (NPA) is much higher for public sector banks ...
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The sinking story of India's debt-ridden banks

A more prudent solution for a cash-strapped government would be to sell its stake in PSBs. The financial position of India’s public sector banks (PSBs) has deteriorated sharply over the past financial year.  As Table 1 shows, gross non-performing assets (NPAs) rose to 9.5 per cent of total advances in 2015-16, up from five per cent the year before. But as most banks didn’t adequately provide for these loans, it has put pressure on their solvency position. If PSBs were to ...
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Red tape snipped for start-ups

Vetting by inter-ministerial board removed for benefits under Startup India Action Plan The government has eased the norms under which start-ups can seek benefits according to the Startup India Action Plan. Start-ups can now be eligible for benefits by simply receiving a certificate from the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), compared with the earlier process of being vetted by an inter-ministerial board, said Nirmala Sitharaman, commerce and industry minister. Addressing ...
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Centre can't expect party's support to build 'Congress-mukt India', says Manmohan Singh

Former PM Manmohan Singh hit out at the Modi government saying that they had not been able to unify political parties to come to a consensus on economic reforms which are key to India's growth. In an interview to the Hindustan Times , he said, the Centre ...
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Why the rupee needs to remain strong

A strong currency helps in fighting some of the import-led inflation.   Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan’s assertion that the rupee was fairly valued might have its roots in the economic reality that the country is facing and not necessarily taking into consideration the numbers put forward by indices that measure the domestic currency’s strength. The Real Effective Exchange Rate shows that the rupee should depreciate sharply, but that won’t be helpful for ...
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Economists in India: Endangered species?

The pipeline for well-qualified and experienced policy economists at senior levels of government has broken, leading to a growing dearth of suitable candidates for top economist positions, says Shankar Acharya.  IMAGE: The 1970s witnessed an exodus of India’s best academic economists like Amartya Sen to greener pastures in the US and UK. Photograph kind Courtesy: Harvard University     India has lots of good economists. And quite a few good ones in government too. Right? ...
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