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These four triggers will help the market going forward: Religare

Gautam Trivedi of Religare Capital Markets said a good monsoon, the rollout of the Pay Commission hike, passage of GST Bill and the appointment of the new Reserve Bank governor will be a positive. Money Control, 2 months ago

Partha upset at election commission

Trinamool Congress secretary general Partha Chatterjee on Saturday alleged that the Election Commission has started revision of electoral roll without any discussion with different political parties of the state. Chatterjee later told the ...
 The Statesman1 week ago
Bloomberg BNA Big Law Business

Indian Students Score a Partial Win in Facebook Privacy Dispute

By and Upmanyu Trivedi , Bloomberg News Two Indian studentsscored a partial victory over Facebook Inc. in a closely watched legal battle over privacy, though they failed to get the internet giant to reverse policies they say threaten the rights of ...
 Bloomberg BNA Big Law Business4 days ago Facebook challenged on WhatsApp privacy policy by two Indian students  Livemint.com1 week ago Two India Students Challenge Facebook on WhatsApp Privacy Policy  Yahoo! Singapore1 week ago India | Students challenge Facebook on WhatsApp privacy policy  Macau Daily Times1 week ago

John Lothian Newsletter: A Dodd-Frank Rollback Bill Clears a House Committee; The Crazy, Mixed-Up Global Oil Market; Traders Bemoaning Lack of Shock, Awe in Markets Finally Get Some

First Read Alexanders JLN March 30, 1981. With President Reagan having just been shot, and Vice President Bush in a plane somewhere over Texas, Secretary of State Alexander Haig famously and ham-handedly proclaimed, Im in charge here. John ...
 John Lothian Newsletter1 week ago John Lothian Newsletter: Clearing houses could fail to withstand shocks BIS; The Rise of the Buy Side; London Metal Exchange may need to look to China  John Lothian Newsletter1 month ago

Bubble Battles

July 29 - Wall Street Journal (Anjani Trivedi): "The Bank of Japan is retreating into some much-needed introspection. And while it prepares to do this, it threw markets a not very meaty bone to chew on. The central bank on Friday underwhelmed ...
 Safe Haven1 month ago
DNA

Ramdas Athawale favours 75% reservation overall, demands for 25% quota for poor among upper castes

Union Minister of State for Social Justice Ramdas Athawale said on Thursday the Constitution should be amended to provide 25% quota to the poor among the upper castes such as Patels and Marathas. "I will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and discuss this ...
 DNA4 days ago
Times of India

Railways could be freed of populism after Budget unification

NEW DELHI: The Modi government's decision to discontinue the British-era practice of a separate Railway Budget, apart from being intended to encourage better fiscal management, is aimed at freeing the state-run transporter from the clutches of ...
 Times of India5 days ago

John Lothian: Wall Street's Stock-Selling Business: The Worst in 20 Years; Popular Quant Hedge Fund Strategy Is Suddenly Doing Terribly; Euronext's CEO Sees Diminished Role for London After Brexit

First Read CFTC slaps Advantage Futures with $1.5 million penalty Lynne Marek Crain's Chicago futures broker Advantage Futures was taken to task today by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission for failing to act against a customer suspected ...
 John Lothian Newsletter5 days ago

NAAC assesses Zakir Husain Collage

The Zakir Husain Delhi Collage commissioned an assessment by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) for the first time from 19 to 21 September. The council submitted its report to collage principal R Prabhakar Rao. It felt that the ...
 The Statesman6 days ago NAAC assesses Zakir Husain College  The Statesman6 days ago

Govt's move will end autonomy of Railways: Nitish Kumar on budget merger

The Congress dubbed it as cosmetic and superficial. Former railway ministers from opposition parties Wednesday slammed the government's move to merge the railway budget with the general budget, claiming that this would end the autonomy of the ...
 Indian Express6 days ago Lok Sabha adopts resolution opposing Railway dividend to government  Can India News1 month ago LS adopts railway resolution opposing payment of dividend to government  Yahoo! India1 month ago LS adopts resolution opposing Railway dividend to govt  SME Times1 month ago
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