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dddd!!To sell or not to sell, is the question!

Friday, 16 June 2017

ddddThe big questions to which the government has to provide answers in its policy are whether the national carrier needed to be sold or not, whether the bids would be open to foreign or only domestic investors, whether the Centre should maintain any stake at all and whether the debt can really be cleared first.

ddddThe big questions to which the government has to provide answers in its policy are whether the national carrier needed to be sold or not, whether the bids would be open to foreign or only domestic investors, whether the Centre should maintain any stake at all and whether the debt can really be cleared first.

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Pakistan's trade deficit widens to record $30 billion

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Under the Strategic Trade Policy 2015-18, the Ministry of Commerce notified five cash support schemes to improve product design,

Under the Strategic Trade Policy 2015-18, the Ministry of Commerce notified five cash support schemes to improve product design,

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Macron headed for overwhelming parliamentary majority

Monday, 12 June 2017

Paris: French President Emmanuel Macron's party is on course for an overwhelming parliamentary majority after Monday's first round of voting for the National Assembly that left traditional parties in disarray.

Forecasts based on partial results showed Macron continuing his centrist revolution, with his Republique en Marche party (Republic on the Move, REM) and its ally MoDem tipped to win between 390 and 445 seats in the 577-member National Assembly in next Sunday's second round.

"France is back," Prime Minister Edouard Philippe declared triumphantly.

Paris: French President Emmanuel Macron's party is on course for an overwhelming parliamentary majority after Monday's first round of voting for the National Assembly that left traditional parties in disarray.

Forecasts based on partial results showed Macron continuing his centrist revolution, with his Republique en Marche party (Republic on the Move, REM) and its ally MoDem tipped to win between 390 and 445 seats in the 577-member National Assembly in next Sunday's second round.

"France is back," Prime Minister Edouard Philippe declared triumphantly.

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Republished : Does your child snore regularly? Don’t take it lightly, it could be a signal

Monday, 15 May 2017

Turns out, if your baby snores at least four nights a week, it could indicate serious health problems. “Breathing is an automated process, controlled by the brain. By monitoring chemical levels in the blood, the brain can work out if the breathing is working properly,” Kidspot quoted ENT expert David McIntosh as saying.

Turns out, if your baby snores at least four nights a week, it could indicate serious health problems. “Breathing is an automated process, controlled by the brain. By monitoring chemical levels in the blood, the brain can work out if the breathing is working properly,” Kidspot quoted ENT expert David McIntosh as saying.

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WATCH: This horrifying video of a circus lion biting into keeper’s throat will freak you out!

Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Most of us might have gone to a circus show at least once in our lives and looked awestruck at the wild lions, elephants and other animals performing. We’ll all agree, more or less, that a visit to a circus has always been a form of merriment, especially for the kids. But not those in this video that has gone viral on Facebook, in which a lion turned violent during a circus performance and attacked the keeper, dragging him by the neck.

Most of us might have gone to a circus show at least once in our lives and looked awestruck at the wild lions, elephants and other animals performing. We’ll all agree, more or less, that a visit to a circus has always been a form of merriment, especially for the kids. But not those in this video that has gone viral on Facebook, in which a lion turned violent during a circus performance and attacked the keeper, dragging him by the neck.

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Honest credit culture undermined by loan waivers: Urjit Patel

Monday, 10 April 2017

Reserve Bank Governor Urjit Patel on Thursday cautioned that loan waiver schemes engender moral hazard, undermining honest credit culture and impairing incentives for borrowers to repay bank loans.

Reserve Bank Governor Urjit Patel on Thursday cautioned that loan waiver schemes engender moral hazard, undermining honest credit culture and impairing incentives for borrowers to repay bank loans.

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Brainstorming to change scenario in Maharashtra

Tuesday, 24 January 2017

A two-day brainstorming conference of the Delivering Change Forum (DCF) will be held in Mumbai, starting from Tuesday. Many eminent personalities who are committed to bringing about a positive change in the society by going beyond their respective professional goals, will attend this two-day conference. 

A two-day brainstorming conference of the Delivering Change Forum (DCF) will be held in Mumbai, starting from Tuesday. Many eminent personalities who are committed to bringing about a positive change in the society by going beyond their respective professional goals, will attend this two-day conference. 

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