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Growth inequality is emptying out entire villages in Uttarakhand, India's sixth richest state
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Growth inequality is emptying out entire villages in Uttarakha...

Results for the recently held Uttarakhand assembly elections will be released tomorrow, yet no matter which political party comes to power, it has its hands full. Uttarakhand, the Himalayan state which borders along China, is the sixth richest state in India ... Sify, 2 weeks ago

#Elections2017: UP spends least on health, reflects in its ill-health

With 200 million people, Uttar Pradesh (UP) has about the same population as Brazil; an economy the size of Qatars -- which has 2.4 million people, the same as the UP town of Bijnore; per capita gross domestic product (GDP) comparable to Kenyas; and an infant ...
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UP’s anti-abattoir campaign could cripple prime revenue and job-generating industries

The closure of Uttar Pradesh’s slaughterhouses could leave a couple of million people jobless in the state, affect its allied industries and choke small but important revenue streams for its poor farmers, especially in drought-prone areas, according to an ...
 Sify16 hours ago UP's anti-abattoir campaign could cripple prime revenue and job-generating industries  Sify15 hours ago
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Food, drink giants plot fightback as India looks to tighten rules

By Aditya Kalra NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Several food and drink multinationals and trade groups met in recent weeks to discuss how to lobby more effectively against Indian proposals for higher taxes and stricter labelling rules on fatty or sugary foods, sources ...
 Sify1 week ago UPDATE 2-Food, drink giants plot fightback as India looks to tighten rules  Sify1 week ago
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India on the sidelines as the big boys spend

As the United States and China joust for supremacy, India might remain on the sidelines with its limited resources, says Ajai Shukla. After being sworn in as Americ'’s 45th president on January 20, Donald J Trump has trodden the promised tough line towards China, vowing to "build a military might so great... that none will dare to challenge it". US conservatives are already drawing triumphal parallels with Ronald Reagan's defence spending spree in the 1980s that induced the former Soviet ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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From travel bans to alternative facts: the dangerous descent into irrationality

Much has been written about US President Donald Trump’s proposed travel ban , which, when it was signed, prevented nationals of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States – an order that affected more the 200 million people .
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‘Banned from our own lives’: intellectuals mourn the Turkey that once was

I write life for those who can catch it in a breath, in an exhale. Like one picks a fruit on a branch, like tearing out a root. – Asli Erdoğan, from Taş Bina ve Diğerleri . Until very recently, Turkey was the place to be. The country offered space ...
 catchnews.com4 weeks ago
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Trump administration would ignore WTO rulings it sees as anti-U.S. - FT

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's administration is preparing to ignore any rulings by the World Trade Organization that it sees as an affront to U.S. sovereignty, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday, citing a report prepared by ...
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Stocks near highs, dollar drifts after Fed see hike 'fairly soon'

By Marc Jones and Nigel Stephenson LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks held near record highs on Thursday and the dollar scuttled sideways after minutes of the latest U.S. Federal Reserve meeting showed policymakers in no rush to raise interest rates. Treasury ...
 Sify1 month ago World stocks near record highs, dollar drifts after Fed see hike "fairly soon"  Sify1 month ago

Milan Vaishnav: Power and Pelf

EVER SINCE THE British philosopher John Stuart Mill ruled out representative government as unsuitable for India, the country has held a peculiar fascination for political scientists. Almost exceptional in every respect—the size of its territory, its vast ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago
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