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Yellen ally pours cold water on rule-based monetary policy
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Yellen ally pours cold water on rule-based monetary policy

JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. For much of her tenure as head of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen has been pressured by Republican lawmakers who want the U.S. central bank to adopt a monetary policy rule, a straightforward formula connecting unemployment and ... Reuters India, 17 hours ago

Alia Bhatt never makes the first move with guys

Actress Alia Bhatt is clear about not making the first move if she likes a guy, a rule which she wants girls to follow in their life."I've never made the first move. That's the art for all the girls - Never make the first move," she said at an promotional ...
 Prokerala15 hours ago
Irish Independent

Tony Pulis refuses to rule out Saido Berahino departure from West Brom

Tony Pulis admitted West Brom could still lose Saido Berahino and hit out at those treating the striker like a piece of meat. Tony Pulis admitted West Brom could still lose Saido Berahino and hit out at those treating the striker like a piece of ...
 Irish Independent1 day ago Football shorts: Spurs mourn lost love as West Brom rule out Berahino move  Rediff.com1 day ago Spurs mourn lost love as West Brom rule out Berahino move  Oman Observer1 day ago

Lakme Fashion Week : Bright hues, minimal motifs rule Day 3

Evelyn Sharma showcases creations by designer Vasundhara- Satej Shinde Day 3 at Lakme Fashion Week Winter Festive 2015 opened the ramp to a diverse range of garments, prints and styles. Fluid, flowy fabrics and easy cuts continued to dominate the landscape as ...
 Asian Age1 day ago
Sahil Online

Congress, JD(S) eye pact to rule BBMP

In a throwback to 2004, the ruling Congress, relegated to second place in the BBMP polls, is exploring the option of ruling Bengaluru with the support of JD(S) and independents.
 Times of India1 day ago Cong, JD(S) eye power in BBMP; BJP rattled  Deccan Herald1 day ago
Ani News

50 Years of Chinese rule has pushed Tibet into ecological disaster

Aug 29, 8:00 am Hong Kong, Aug.29 ( ANI ): The establishment of the People's Republic of China in 1949 led to efforts to greatly expand agricultural production in China. The ensuing proliferation of irrigation wells sped ahead of ...
 Ani News1 day ago
MSN India

Sheena Bora case: Why Alpha women rule Alpha men

One of the less commented upon aspects in the Sheena Bora murder case - in which her mother Indrani Mukerjea is the prime suspect - is how the five men we have encountered in the media so far come across as weak cardboard characters. Indrani's husband of 15 ...
 MSN India1 day ago Sheena's remains, passport recovered  Deccan Herald1 day ago Sheena was given lethal injection: Reports  Rediff.com2 days ago Sheena Bora murder case: Mumbai Police not ruling out honour killing  Indian Express3 days ago
The Telegraph

Sun arm faces US court heat

A US court has ruled that Caraco, a US subsidiary of Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, cannot be excluded from a rule that requires employers to notify employees before a layoff. Some former employees of Caraco had filed a class-action suit against the company ...
 The Telegraph1 day ago Class action suit slapped on Sun Pharma over US subsidiary  Money Control1 day ago
The Telegraph

SSP's 'rule of law' parting shot

Establishing rule of law in Bihar is one of the achievements chief minister Nitish Kumar never forgets to mention while recounting his "glorious past 10 years". A Bihar cadre IPS officer, however, hinted that officials have to face "consequences" if they try ...
 The Telegraph1 day ago Nitish launches Kejri'war' against PM  Deccan Herald2 days ago Nitish, Kejriwal tear into Modi govt, say people will give befitting reply  Rediff.com2 days ago For the benefit of Delhi we must work in tandem: Kejriwal tells Modi  Rediff.com4 days ago

Secure haven for a terrorist

In an ideal world where the rule of law mattered and geopolitics did not dominate the conduct of international relations, Pakistan would have cooperated in the capture and extradition of Dawood Ibrahim and the criminal and mass murderer would have faced ...
 The Hindu1 day ago
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