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A ‘bad bank’ is a bad idea

With the Govt having recapitalised PSBs with Rs 2,65,000 crore in the last three financial years alone, it makes no sense to pump in more of the taxpayers’ money into NPAs Even as the efforts made by the Narendra Modi

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The big freeze

The new Cold War between the US and China will not be anything like the old one During the Korean War in the early 1950s, the US came extremely close to dropping a nuclear weapon on China. In fact, had the

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Remembering PVR

Congress credits PV Narasimha Rao retrospectively but it is just too late in the day to deliver political gains Better late than never, goes the adage. But with the Congress, the retrospective correction of history, in no small part aided

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Nepotism everywhere

Just look at the way party tickets are distributed during a parliamentary election and you realise that ‘being connected’ matters a lot. It’s no different from Bollywood The sudden and tragic demise of Sushant Singh Rajput in rather mysterious circumstances has triggered

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Domicile Certificates a Boon for Marginalised Groups

It has been a year since the J&K Reorganisation Act that has ushered a new era of peace and development to J&K was passed in the parliament. One of the major achievements of this act which had immediate effect is

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What Friends Do During Lock down? A short story!

“Better three hours too soon, than one minute too late.” – William Shakespeare   This quote is brought to life by two young students of DPS RK Puram, AADYA GOSAIN and SAISHA ARORA, who have managed to make the best

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Blowing bubbles

Are ‘air bubbles’ between nations a way of getting international passenger travel going again? With India having created “air bubbles” with some countries such as France, the UAE and the US and advanced negotiations on with Germany and other nations,

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Pilot trapped

Gehlot continues his leverage with the Congress, brandishing legislators and now incriminating audio tapes It doesn’t look like conditions are conducive for Sachin Pilot to continue as a Congressman for too long, leave aside in Rajasthan, which he had nurtured as his

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Insights from the ground

Until a viable vaccine is found, finding new ways to cope with the unexpected seems to be our only recourse to brace against the unexpected challenges thrown by the virus Life is not the way it’s supposed to be…. The

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