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Former Chief economic advisor Kaushik Basu takes over as IEA president
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Kaushik Basu is new International Economic Association president

The Finance Ministry's former Chief Economic Advisor Kaushik Basu has taken over as President of the International Economic Association (IEA), according to a statement from Cornell University in the US."Kaushik Basu, C. Marks Professor of International ... Prokerala, 16 hours ago

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To save Kolkata's crumbling heritage

Namrata Acharya finds out more about a movement aimed at preserving not only the mansions of north Calcutta and the grand colonial buildings of central Calcutta, but also the architecturally modest, yet unique, houses of south Kolkata. IMAGE: While both north and south Kolkata collectively constitute the essence of the city, it is the south that is under greater threat from real estate developers as it constitutes the prime residential area. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images. ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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High growth, fiscal gains can improve India's debt to GDP

India is likely to witness sustained improvement in debt to GDP ratio over the medium term, driven by high economic growth rate and modest fiscal consolidation, says a Deutsche Bank report. The report titled Analysing India's Debt Sustainability noted that ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Your favourite cup of tea could be in trouble!

The world-famous Darjeeling tea is losing its flavour even as it struggles with falling production, says Avishek Rakshit.  IMAGE: The key problem which plagues the Darjeeling gardens is the very nature of the tea bushes it uses, which in the past helped it bag the GI tag. Photograph: Kind Courtesy Tea Trails. One of the tea aficionados’s top favourites, the Darjeeling tea, faces an uncertain future as the 87 odd gardens in the pristine hills of northern West Bengal are caught up in ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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