Tuesday, December 6, 2022

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Tight lending corrects corp: SBI, numbers tell growth story

The country is having an interesting story as it goes ahead with over 6 percent growth, collects more GST revenue, tackles data protection, manages MUDRA scheme NPA and ushers in tighter lending system.This all as finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman...

Indian health data $ 7bn treasure: AIIMS info breach is risky

Health data is critical. Had one secret been known, Indian subcontinent may have had different political contours.In 1947, Mohd Ali Jinnah’s health conditions were in wraps giving no clue to Congress leaders that his days were numbered. Had there...

Musk leads global IT mayhem, huge job cuts, slump in India

The dismissal of Meta-Twitter workers, now mass resignations and closure of its offices for a week signify deeper economic malaise as the IT majors are facing difficult situation due to income loss, rising inflation and Ukraine war-led global tensions...

Analysis: Modi plans G-20 as launch pad of NAM yore

India takes the first step to assume the G20 presidency for the next one year in a world that is becoming complex. Prime Minister Narendra Modi leads the presidency in a world that is becoming more difficult to communicate....

Gujarat: Poll spends to shoot up, SATTA TO COST WHOPPING SUM

The Gujarat elections may cost about Rs 1000 crore to the nation in direct expenses by the Election Commission and political parties. The expenses would be about 250 percent more than 2017, as per Election Commission decision to allow...

COP27 Climate change cyclical, pollution biz at graveyard!

The greenhouse gas global warming and climate change are parallelly being used by pollution lobbies that have turned it into big business raking in bigger profits in the West.Climate change is regular geophysical phenomenon and nobody has ever been...

Buyers boost Diwali mood, India vies to unseat UK

A British-born, British-US-educated, British man, Rishi Sunak, the new British prime minister, is being celebrated with great glee but it is not he, the Indian consumers are adding glory to India. They have taken enough stride this Diwali to...

Xi Jinping has his way

The outcome of the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP ) that began on October 16 at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing has already been signalled by the report drawn up by the...

Rupee as global avatar! World trade in $ shrinks

A failed experiment with the UK Prime Minister Liz Truss, who quit office in 44 days, has shaken the once mighty kingdom and globalised market, which breathes a sigh of relief hoping credibility to return as still London controls...

Political chaos in the United Kingdom

During the last four months, the British public has witnessed a lot, with change of three prime ministers, four chancellors of exchequer and two monarchs, it definitely is taking a toll on the political scene of the country.British Prime...