Wednesday, February 8, 2023

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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...

A rating surpasses IISc! Billions at stake in education

A ranking by the university accreditation system has raised critical questions about the higher education in India and its ranking system. Could a private deemed university surpass the internationally acclaimed Indian Institute of Science? It has foxed the Indian...

World, India totter: UN hope hinges on exports

The critical world situation, a jerky journey, continuous strengthening of the dollar calls for a policy stimulation and rethink on being more swadeshi for maintaining the fast domestic growth amid predictions of UNCTAD, World Bank (WB) and IMF of...

Jeff Bezos says 10 choiceslead to a life without regrets

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is widely respected for a number of qualities. Patiently building a company with a juggernaut of a flywheel. Turning an internal initiative into Amazon Web Services, a subsidiary that rakes in over $17.4 billion in...

India’s growing defence exports

India’s defence exports to various countries have increased manifold in recent years, the latest deal is to export Indian rocket launchers to Armenia.According to reports, India would supply the ‘Pinaka’ multi-rocket launcher system, which can fire a salvo of...

‘Hanuman’ never wakes up, Govt the holy cow, biz milk it

The lament of India – Jawahar Lal Nehru to Nirmala Sitharaman has not changed after 70 years. Corporate did not listen to Nehru and are not listening to Sitharaman. The RBI routinely manages repo rate, inflation and loses forex...

Let the rupee fall: less dollar parity, faster growth likely

The surging dollar and falling rupee are the most difficult aspects. It should be considered an opportunity than a crisis. India has to think and act differently.Rupee hitting 81 to a dollar has made many have sleepless nights as...

US and Russia engage in a digital battle for hearts and minds

The battle over Ukraine extends across the world: Information warfare is quickly evolving as key nations seek to influence public opinion and gain political support. As during the Cold War, Russia and the United States are the two main...

CIL may flare up coal prices energy war singe economy

The global energy crisis, soaring coal prices, and a darkening World Bank outlook for growth has posed typical challenges of increasing coal use across pressurizing India to delay its emission promises.Though the WB predicts severe recession in the West...

More private banks fail, PSBs serve better on thin spread

Public sector banks (PSB) are critically needed today as they were in 1969 is virtually the message RBI has given.Its observation that privatisation can do more harm is almost a warning. Independent reports suggest severe weakness in seven private...

Big figures, fragile upturn JOBS CAN SPUR CHURNING

Indian politics and economy are queering the pitch. Politically feeble attempts are there with Telangana Chief Minister K Chandshekaar Rao making the first move for talks with Bihar CM and JD-U leader Nitish Kumar and RJD for cobbling up...

Capture economy, raise prices: WB, us, India firms hit highest profits

The high inflationary trend that has gripped India is stated to be a global phenomenon of corporate adventure to maximize profits through controlling the political system even in times of economic distress.The western inflation trends have severely impacted Indian...

Private banks to take clock back: rbi psbs serve society on low profits

Public sector banks (PSB) are critically needed today as they were in 1969 is virtually the message RBI has given.Its observation that privatisation can do more harm is almost a warning. Independent reports suggest severe weakness in seven private...

JD-U funds leap Bihar be a change model!

The corporate know how to invest and reap dividends. Long before a sleuth could know, the investments in JD-U’s fortune were soaring. Yes it is the party with donations of Rs 160 crore in a short span, largest among...