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Are signs of green shoots in economy really visible?

Are signs of green shoots in economy really visible?

While seven companies bagged orders worth Rs 42,000 crore, industry experts said most of this new order activity was a spillover, and fresh project finalisation remains weak. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ Contract award activity was expected to be a total washout globally during the first quarter. However, order inflow for capital goods and construction firms received a shot in the arm thanks to state-owned entities and foreign markets like the US and West Asia.   Industry ..., 1 day ago

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Economic Times, 5 months ago

We know exactly where the LAC is and must defend it

'We should not minimise the seriousness of Chinese encroachments because their perception is different.' 'Nor should we fall into the trap of accepting so-called 'buffer zones' in areas of overlapping claims. We cannot have buffer zones in our own territory,' asserts Ambassador Shyam Saran, a former foreign secretary. IMAGE: Northern Army Commander Lieutenant General Yogesh Kumar Joshi, the Northrn Army Commander, briefs Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi during his visit to Ladakh, July ...
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Desi from Mumbai takes on American political Goliath

'It is never easy to run a campaign as a woman, particularly a minority woman, especially when you are bucking the establishment.' My entire campaign is an act of resistance.'P Rajendran reports from New Jersey. IMAGE: Arati Kreibich.   Arati Kreibich is an unlikely challenger for Josh Gottheimer, the Democratic representative from New Jersey's 5th Congressional district, even though he has voted with President Donald J Trump more than any other Democrat. In fact, there was a time that ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
Economic Times

Narendra Modi needs to pick a side fast

For years, the United States and its allies have tried to persuade India to become a closer military and economic partner in confronting China’s ambitions, painting it as a chance for the world’s largest democracy to counterbalance the largest ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

'Modi retains an advantage nationally'

'Right now, politics is operating in a state of suspended animation. That works to Modi's advantage.' IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi. Photograph: Press Information Bureau "As the lockdown eases, Prime Minister Modi will seek to shift the burden onto the states. This will put chief ministers in a tight spot," notes Dr Milan Vaishnav, Director and Senior Fellow South Asia Program at the Carnegie Endowment for Peace, a Washington DC-based think-tank. Dr Vaishnav, below, has ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

How women and children fared in one year of Modi 2.0

Around 700 migrant workers, women and children have lost their lives in this reverse migration.What is happening today with migrant labour is only a continuation of the policies pursued by the Modi regime for the last six years.It is not for nothing that India was ranked the most dangerous country in the world for women in 2018 by the Thompson Reuters Foundation poll, points out Rashme Sehgal. IMAGE: Migrant workers wait to get on a bus to reach a railway station in Ahmedabad to board a train ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

After Amphan, Bengal is an area of darkness

'For around five hours the storm, reportedly the strongest one ever recorded in the Bay of Bengal, that mother of many a deathly vortex, shook Kolkata like a toddler playing with a rattling toy,' observes Debashish Chatterjee. IMAGE: Municipal workers clear a blocked road in Kolkata in the aftermath of cyclone Amphan. Photograph: Ashok Bhaumik/PTI Photo   The helmeted bodies of two young men float in knee-deep water in Howrah. Books, hundreds of them, float through a flooded College ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Coronavirus: What about the Lab in Wuhan?

Why did the Chinese military take over the lab in Wuhan in end January?Did something go wrong?Claude Arpi glances at the mystery surrounding the origin of the coronavirus. IMAGE: Medical workers attend to a patient at the Wuhan Red Cross Hospital, February 16, 2020. Photograph: China Daily/Reuters China started information warfare to prove to the world that COVID-19, which originated in China, does not have its origin in China. Zhao Lijian, a spokesperson of the ministry of foreign affairs in ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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