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CEA turns professor for a week: GST tops list of questions
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CEA turns professor for a week: GST tops list of questions

Arvind Subramanian will hold classes for a week on applied economics at IIT Delhi The Lecture Hall Complex at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi, is looking unusually busy these days, with hundreds of students and faculty members rushing in early to find good seats. The guest speaker is not a celebrated scientist or an engineer, but an economist. Arvind Subramanian, chief economic advisor to the government and former economist at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), has taken ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Rao asks IIT graduates to work for development of the country

Prof C N R Rao today exhorted the graduates of the Indian Institute of Technology here to be proud of the brand 'IIT' and use it for the development of the country. Delivering the 19th Convocation address of IIT-G as chief guest, the National Research ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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The mad rush to push through GST is astounding: Jayati Ghosh

The GST is India's biggest tax reform since independence. It's grand aspiration - to turn our $2-trillion economy serving 1.3 billion consumers into a one nation, one tax market. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has termed the implementation of GST as "historic" ...
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There's serious money in the fake news business

And since social media platforms benefit from it, shouldn't they be held responsible for the hate and fake news they spread, asks Vanita Kohli-Khandekar. IMAGE: Given that many of the cases of lynching, some of the riots and conflicts that have happened in India recently have turned out to be a result of a fake video or WhatsApp message, it is important to remember that Google, Facebook or Twitter actively monetise what we post or forward. Photograph: Anne Ruthmann/Flickr.   Should ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Unskilled labourers worst hit by note ban: World Bank report on India

The debate on Prime Minister Narendra Modi 's decision to demonetise 86% of the currency notes in November 2016 seems to have more or less settled in his favour. Since the decision was taken, BJP registered a thumping victory in Uttar Pradesh's assembly ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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Bitter home truths from a chaiwala

'People like me worry about our next meal, not about what meat we eat... and we certainly don't have the luxury that you have, of holding vigils for faceless people we've never known,' a chaiwala tells Geetanjali Krishna at the Not In My Name protest.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Last month, I went to Jantar Mantar in Delhi with my children to protest against the recent spate of lynchings against supposed beefeaters. For once, the crowd milling about us seemed oddly comforting. It ...
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Govt's corporatisation drive raises concerns in institutions like FTII & IIMC

The review of autonomous institutions by the NITI Aayog and the Prime Minister's Office has raised several doubts within the institutions concerned. The first part of the review covered 114 autonomous bodies across seven ministries and departments formed ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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Why people don't trust the Opposition

Why are the 'secular' parties silent about the lynchings on our streets?Are they so busy forging political alliances that they ignore the numerous distortions of Constitutional values?Mohammad Sajjad examines the state of India's Opposition parties three years after Narendra Modi and the BJP were elected to power. From the perspective of a deeply concerned citizen, it appears that Indian democracy is passing through its worst phase. This became much more evident with what happened on May 18 in ...
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Landed in trouble

The British always required get away places. Shimla is the best known example as it was known as the summer capital. When summer palace was built it was best known for its pioneering use of electricity. Nilgiris was colonised by the British when the collector ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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