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The curious case of split pigeon pea.
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RSS is right; Modi isn't.
"This is a proactive government"
It's been more than 70 years since we've seen a broad-based citizens movement against the power of monopoly. It's long past time for one, and the following story is why. In late June, the European com...
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'Man at the crossroads' Diego Rivera/Wikimedia, CC BY-SA Steffen Roth, Sup de Co La Rochelle Modern societies are usually defined as relatively unreligious, dominated by money and power rather than b...
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So what do cigarettes and cows have in common? First, they are big business. Second, they have incredibly strong lobbyists for both sides of the debate. Personally, I've got a special connection and l...
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Govt also plans to educate consumers about GST.
Currently oil prices are adjusted every fortnight in accordance with crude prices.
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Lack of opportunities for economic growth and rising inequality are to blame.
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The gross non-performing advances ratio of commercial banks - a measure of stress in the sector - had increased to 9.1 percent in September from 7.8 percent in March, pushing the overall stressed assets ratio to 12.3 percent from 11.5 percent.
Economists surveyed by Reuters had forecast a 1.0 percent growth in output