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Moth eases in thin trade

r quintal in lacklustre trade at the wholesale pulses market today owing to slackened demand from retailers. However, other pulses after moving in a narrow range on scattered buying or selling and settled around previous levels. Traders said subdued demand ... Business Standard, 1 day ago
Moth rises by Rs 100 per quintal in thin trade Business Standard, 3 weeks ago
Moth, malka rise on pick-up in demand Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Weak conditions prevail in pulses market

today as select pulses, led by moth, fell up to Rs 325 per quintal on slackened demand against adequate stocks position. Traders said besides sluggish demand, adequate stocks position in the market kept pressure on select pulses. In the national capital, ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Select Edible Oils Extend Losses On Subdued Demand  Afternoon Despatch & Courier3 weeks ago Select pulses decline on low demand  Business Standard India3 weeks ago

Teachers wary of lending books

A few dog-eared books on a shelf in a dingy room, moth-eaten books dumped in an old cardboard box: This was a scene at a library in a government school in south Chennai.
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Moth stuck in man's ear for two days

A moth got stuck inside a man's ear for two days and now takes pride of place on a bookshelf at his home. Robert Fielding, from Aylesbury, said he accidentally pushed it into his ear canal after it flew at him while he was reading his tablet ...
 BBC1 month ago Moth flies inside man's head for three days  India Today1 month ago Man has moth removed from ear where it buzzed for 3 days  New York Post1 month ago UK man has live moth pulled out of his ear in 90-minute op  Business Standard1 month ago

Moths to the flame

In America the Moth has been organising storytelling events since 1997. "The reason I started the Moth was simple," says George Dawes Green. I wanted a place where people talk for ten or twelve minutes without interruption." The Moth began in New ...
 Austin American Statesman3 weeks ago Shoot moth in your backyard, share it with world  Times of India2 months ago

Point is, do we really need a moth-eaten CBI?

The NIA is there to tackle organised inter-State and other crime. Strengthen it, empower it. Reform the State police forces. And simply abrogate the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act of 1946 and let CBI cease to exist These are bad times for ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago

Bypoll thorn in 100-day bouquet

New Delhi, Aug. 25: The Assembly bypolls have proffered Prime Minister Narendra Modi a moth-eaten bouquet as he approaches his first 100 days in office: it's a tale of wilted returns from Karnataka, Punjab, even Madhya Pradesh; Bihar has sprung a thorn.
 The Telegraph1 month ago

Economy report after one moth of Modi government: Growth looks up, inflation cools

ul, 2014, 07.22AM IST Post a Comment The trade deficit was $11.78 billion in June, the highest in a year, but only marginally more than $11.28 billion in May. NEW DELHI: The first full month under the Narendra Modi government's watch turned out to be a good ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
Times of India

Book Review: How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia

Mohsin Hamid, the Pakistan-based author of best-selling novels like the "Moth's Smoke" and "The Reluctant Fundamentalist", shows what it means to get rich in a rising Asia in a new novel at a time when the developing economies in the region are straining to ...
 Times of India2 months ago

GREEN SIGNALS: Giant rare moths discovered in India

KOLHAPUR: A team of naturalists have found an entire family of the gigantic and rare Attacus Atlas moth, the world’s largest, in the Western Ghats in Kolhapur. The discovery of these moths with a wing span of around 25-30 cm was made in the thick and ...
 Himalayan times1 week ago Indian naturalists find giant moth in Western Ghats  Nerve1 week ago
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