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October

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Government Keeping Tabs on IL&FS Cash Crunch to Safeguard State-Run Financial Institutions

The government is a keeping a close watch on the developments at Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS), as it seeks to ring fence state-run financial institutions (FIs) against any potential losses. For only the second time in Indian corporate

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Indonesia Tsunami: Death Toll Rises to Nearly 1,350

At least 43,000 people have been displaced after a 6.5 magnitude earthquake hit the Indonesian province earlier this week. Nearly a hundred people were killed and thousands of buildings damaged. The earthquake and subsequent tsunami that struck the Indonesian island

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Special Issue – The Future of Industrialization

Following industrial norms, accounting procedures, and discipline, is important for all enterprises, whether private or public. But the main objective of any business is to main profits. There are any number of citizens who feel ‘just as well that Air

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Press Freedom Comes With Media Responsibility

The question of Press freedom is as eminent as is that of media responsibility. Both questions attract very easy answers. Any decent modern society must respect the freedom of the Press, and the right of the public to be informed.

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The Unfinished Agenda of Electoral Reforms

Few acts on Electoral Reforms have raised as an intense debate in recent years. The focus of the debate has, however, been diverted away from the core issue of electoral reform.  As political will and consensus is important, the process

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Delhi: AQI levels remain high

Air pollution has always been a major issue in Delhi, and with the way things are going, it is only getting worse. It was sheer good luck that the national capital through most of September registered satisfactory It was sheer

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150th Gandhi Jayanti: Remembering Mahatma

This year marks the 159th year of Gandhi’s birth. Let us remember the Father of the Nation, along with his values of ahimsa and satyagraha that made him a Mahatma. In his book, The Gandhi Reader: A Source Book of

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An Original Thought of Nationhood – Hedgewar

Putting Hedgewar at the centre of his outreach at RSA conclave was a needed corrective. Bhagwat definitely has done justice to a visionary. Hindu rashtra (nation) is not rajya (state), though critics try to obfuscate the issue. A state is

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National Progress: Possible With Good Leadership

When it comes to political or ideological intractability that eventually lead to chaos, India can no longer handle such a situation. It is important that leadership show maturity in every sphere to make sure the nation moves ahead. I attended

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