- or 6/6/66 - turned out to be a defining day in independent India's economic history. It was the day on which Indira Gandhi devalued the rupee by 36.5%, increasing the dollar's value against it by 57.4%. The move sparked bitter, nationwide ... Times of India, 1 month ago
Indira Gandhi's rupee devaluation master stroke: The forgotten legacy of 6/6/66 - Economic Times, 1 month ago
Did You Know About 6/6/66, The Day That Forever Changed The Economy Of India - Indiatimes, 1 month ago
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| News CS Direkt recently turned the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport into an incredible interactive zone for travellers to celebrate GMR Group's 10 year journey of joy. As this year is the 10th anniversary (2006-2016) of the ...EventFAQs, 1 month ago
When the BJP is planning a Congress-mukht Bharat and political commentators are discussing a Gandhi-mukht Congress, the people of the Union Territory of Puducherry have sprung a surprise by voting the Congress to power. Since prohibition has caught ...The Statesman, 2 months ago
SONIA GANDHI’S cussedness is such that in the 25 years since PV Narasimha Rao changed India’s landscape by liberalising our economy, and the nearly dozen years since he died, there is scant literature on the five years he served as Prime Minister.Open Magazine, 1 week ago
World renowned author, winner of the Booker Prize and the 13th greatest English novelist according to the TIME Magazine, Salman Rushdie sits down with The for his first interview with the Sri Lankan media. Rushdie, currently a Professor and ...Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 1 week ago person of ideas Salman Rushdie Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 1 week ago Salman Rushdie speaks to Daily Mirror Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 1 week ago
Liberian President and Nobel Prize laureate Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf met with President Reuven Rivlin at his residence on Monday, where the pair discussed fundamentalism, terrorism, and ties between the two countries. Johnson-Sirleaf thanked Rivlin ...Jerusalem Post, 1 month ago Liberian president told Rivlin: Fundamentalism threatens peace GNN Liberia, 1 month ago
An obvious and oft-sighted criticism of the Nobel Peace Prize is just how many of its recipients have virtually no connection to the cause of peace or its advancement. If anything often it seems a reward for its negation. Henry Kissinger, recipient ...CounterPunch, 2 weeks ago
Hillary Clinton. Angela Merkel of Germany. And now Theresa May of Britain. Women rule, or soon may, three of the world's most influential democracies. They are not alone. Christine Lagarde, of France, heads the powerful International Monetary ...DailyNews724.com, 1 week ago Britain's next prime minister will be female. Suddenly it's women who rule (or may) FOXNews.com, 2 weeks ago
Globally women are grabbing political leadership positions by the scruff of the neck Bukola Ogunsina takes a look at the present day amazons who have become leading lights to their peers and to men According to a piece Women's Emancipation since ...Uncova, 2 weeks ago
He was always "Syd" for those of us who knew him and worked for him at the New York Times. Other than the editors who applied the celebrated institutional byline Sydney H. Schanberg to his dispatches, I can't recall anyone referring to him as ...Huffington Post, 2 weeks ago
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