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Repairing banks

The Government’s decision to merge banks is laudable but more needs to be done to completely repair India’s banks The proposed three-way merger between Vijaya Bank, Dena Bank and Bank of Baroda may not be great news for shareholders but

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A Look Into Putin’s Regime

The Russian Government has been making self-defeating and clums actions by asking two poisoning suspects, from Salisbury, to explain their trip to the public. All these things are small indicators of how fr the rot in Putin’s remine the Government

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BJP’s Got Eyes On State’s Two Lok Sabha Seats

As Parrikar fell ill, BJP’s strategy is to focus mainly on the State’s two Lok Sabha seats. Those in the know knew, the moment Nitin Gadkari went to Nagpur instead of Panaji over the weekend, that it is BJP president

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J&K Elections: A Thorough Analysis

The Jammu and Kashmir elections are nearing, and therefore, i t is crucial that all efforts are made to keep the pool peaceful. If, in turn, the pool bring out a breakthrough, it will mean a big defeat of terrorists

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Restoration of Ecosystems Need to be a Priority

One of the most crucial ecosystems for plants, animals, and humans, wetlands,are slowly being destroyed, making it essential for conservation and restoration policies to be brought up. From mangrove forests to coral reefs on the coast to peatlands to floodplains

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Running Gaushalas in India: Law Alone Won’t Help

The shocking findings regarding the running of Gaushalas in India is a desperate call for a public opinion, as laws alone won’t help. Investigations by the Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations (FIAPO) into the functioning of 179 gaushalas across

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Opposition’s Protests Hollow; Acting CM’s Campaign is Logical

Although the opposition protests about the voters’ list being tweaked, the acting Chief Minister definitely has a more logical and strategic campaign. The acknowledgement of a formidable force usually comes from the pesky antics of the Opposition and its relentless

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Anup Jalota: Why this ‘Kolaveri-Di’?

Just because Anup Jalota isn’t a stud, but in reality is a god-fearing bhajan singer doesn’t give the right to anyone to single him out for his choice of partner. It’s the millennial world. Age here is just a number,

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Foundation of a New Education System: The Basics

Before getting into the details, it is important to understand the fundamentals and the basics behind the factors that need to be considered when designing a foundation for a new education system. All in all, several factors influence the decision,

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Brief History About India’s Connection with Russia

Although Gandhiji and Leo Tolstoy never crossed paths, their understanding and values have definitely helped India bridge gaps with Russia. Leo Tolstoy (September 9, 1828-November 20, 1910) is an all-time genius to the entire literary world, cutting across all borders.

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