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    'Interest-Free' In Islamic Finance Is A Myth

    By K Raveendran The official clarification that the move for the introduction of Islamic banking in India, mooted by former RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan, stands abandoned has given rise to speculation that the decision is based on political considerations, given that the current dispensation in India is held unlikely to do anything that would promote the Islamic way of doing things, including banking....

    • 16 hrs ago
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    Trump's Actions Are Making The Rich Richer In USA

    By John Bachtell The Trump administration in the United States is authoritarian, deeply corrupt, and replete with pathological liars. It is directly linked to the so-called "alt-right"-re-branded fascists and Nazis-including those who serve in the White House. The constitutional crisis and mass resistance to Trump and the GOP has increasingly led to political paralysis. Such moments...

    • 16 hrs ago
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    Economic Growth To Remain Stunted Over Two Years

    By S. Sethuraman Economic data for the first seven months of fiscal 2018 (April-October) present an overall dreary picture - low growth, price surge, weak exports, job losses and rise in fiscal and external deficits. This sombre outlook is set to continue into the next fiscal year (2019) as well, with all the glitches in. R.N.Tewari Chief Operating Officer Mob.- 919810015517, 918510015517...

    • 2 days ago
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    Inappropriate Priorities Cannot Improve Health Of Our People

    By Dr. Arun Mitra There was much hope that the National Health Policy 2017 (NHP) would give a new impetus to the healthcare delivery system in our country. The Health Policy is a document for assessment of the contemporary health situation, the issues involved and the way forward to ameliorate the prevailing problems so that. R.N.Tewari Chief Operating Officer Mob.- 919810015517,...

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    Karzai Lambasts Afghan Prez For Bowing To US Military Adventures

    By Sankar Ray Former Afghan president Hamid Karzai snapped fingers at his successor Ashraf Ghani for committing treason by permitting the US military to drop the largest-ever conventional bomb in combat operation against Islamic State militants in the violence-ridden state. According to Afghan defense sources, the Americans dropped the 9,797-kg GBU-43 on 9 November in. R.N.Tewari...

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    Congress Win In Gujarat Is A Tough Task But Not Impossible

    By Nitya Chakraborty With just three weeks left for the first phase of the crucial state assembly elections in Gujarat, the political situation at ground level in this traditional stronghold of the BJP is steadily shifting in favor of the Congress Party which has been out of power for the last twenty two years. Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi who is single handedly spearheading the...

    • 3 days ago
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    One Year Of Demonetisation: Jury Is Out

    By K R Sudhaman A year after demonetisation, economic pundits have spoken for and against the measure. Economists toeing the line of the ruling BJP have spoken in favour of it saying the measure was needed to cleanse the economy of black money and the ensuing digitisation will help in the long run to root out corruption, a major factor in generation of black money. But economists, particularly those airing...

    • 3 days ago
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    Chitrakoot 'Exile' Pains BJP

    By Rahil Nora Chopra A faction feud seems to be brewing within the Madhya Pradesh BJP after the party candidate Shankar Dayal Tripathi's loss to the Congress' Neelanshu Chaturvedi in the Chitrakoot Assembly by-election despite an intense 3-day campaigning by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and UP Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Morya. The blame game is on for the defeat, but Chouhan apparently has...

    • 3 days ago
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    Lessons To Learn From Thomas Chandy Episode

    By P. Sreekumaran THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala has heaved a collective sigh of relief with the resignation of controversial minister Thomas Chandy at long last amid high drama and after much humming and hawing, and fretting and fuming. The political drama that preceded the resignation of Chandy had all the ingredients that go into the making of a Bollywood potboiler: suspense, theatrics, confrontation,...

    • 3 days ago
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    BJP Trying Out Its Options In Tamil Nadu

    By Amulya Ganguli Tamil Nadu continues to flounder in the political confusion caused by Jayalalithaa's death. As may have been expected in a one-person outfit which the AIADMK was in her time, the party is yet to find its feet. The situation has been made worse by the influence which Jayalalithaa's companion, Sasikala, who is now in jail, continues to wield over the shaky organization via her...

    • 4 days ago

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