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Indira Gandhi: Fearlessness in the national interest
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Indira Gandhi: Fearlessness in the national interest

'Fearlessness, courtesy, humour, wide interests and wisdom, deep commitment to Indian science and technology, passion for the environment, objectivity and the ability to see many things through not only a national but also an international prism.'   IMAGE: Indira Gandhi on a visit to the US in March 1966, a few weeks after becoming prime minister for the first time.After this visit she would devalue the rupee in return for aid from America, a politically unpopular move that brought her ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Mystery of India's employment figure

Most employment surveys suffer from drawbacks such as limited data coverage, infrequent data collection, and time lag. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Sectors that saw growth in job creation struggled with weaker growth in salaries, while salaries grew faster in sectors that lost jobs in FY15-17, shows a report titled Employment in the Corporate Sector: FY17, released by CARE Ratings in collaboration with Ace Equity.   Employment generation in real estate went to the negative zone in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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'We can no more do away with the Mughals than we can do away with the British'

'Both empires had profound influences on modern India.''But neither can India's history be reduced to the actions of imperial rulers.''We need to think about India's history beyond India's current borders.' IMAGE: Shah Jahan, who built the Taj Mahal, with his son Dara Shikoh in 1638. Photograph: Kind courtesy the Victoria and Albert Museum. Scanned from a book, via Govardhan/Wikimedia Commons Harvard historian Sunil Amrith, 38, was utterly surprised and shocked to hear that he had won the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Why this farm crisis?

City: New Delhi It is an epic challenge for the Indian farmers to gain maximum while in deficit and not lose when there is surplus production. A besieged central government, battling strategies to combat two consecutive years of drought, got its likely ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Fruit-based aerated drinks to be cheaper

FC Bureau City: New Delhi GST Council set to remove 12% cess; Parle Agro, Dabur to gain Fruit-based aerated drinks could become cheaper soon as the government is actively considering a proposal from the food ministry to remove 12 per cent cess levied on them.
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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Proposal to bring back fixed-term employment on anvil

Under fixed-term employment, workers are entitled to all statutory benefits available to a permanent worker in the same factory. However, employers may not give notice to a fixed-term worker on non-renewal or expiry of his or her contract. The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government is exploring the possibility of bringing back a controversial proposal to allow industries to hire workers on fixed-term contracts.   The move, if given a go-ahead, will allow industries to employ ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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'Recovery could be a couple of quarters away'

'There are a lot of positive things these reforms are bringing about and it is only a matter of some quarters before the growth rate picks up momentum.''Until then we need to be a little bit patient.' Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Soumya Kanti Ghosh, the group chief economic advisor at the State Bank of India, routinely offers his opinion on the Indian economy especially after Prime Minister Narendra D Modi took over the reins of government in May 2014. Dr Ghosh -- who worked for the ...
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Aadhaar is based on unscientific thinking, fallible biometric data

Biometric authentication is based on the unscientific and questionable assumption that there are parts of human body that do not age, wither and decay with the passage of time, says Gopal Krishna. The sixth in a seven-part series. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Having read the opinion of Justice R F Nariman and Justice Y V Chandrachud, Justice J Chelameswar wrote his 44-page-long order as part of the verdict of the nine-judge Constitution Bench on Right to Privacy. He wrote, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Global Markets Mixed over Delay in US Tax Reform

Posted by Equitymaster Global financial markets ended the week on a mixed note, with Asian markets continuing their gains, while the US and European share markets snapped their winning streaks. In the US, the Dow Jones Industrial Average charted its first ...
 Equitymaster.com2 months ago
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