Wednesday , 14 November 2018

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‘The Other Universe’ – an ode to the woman

Freelance visual artist Aadhi Vishal’s solo exhibition titled, ‘The Other Universe’ will be on exhibit from Saturday, November 10 at Carpe Diem, Majorda. The Yuva Srujan awardee talks about his latest collection that revolves around ‘women’ Please like & share: Read More »

Tourism stakeholders demand more time for policy feedback

Everybody talks about mining. But the role tourism plays gets downplayed.Also the government has not been giving figures on what the state has earned or the foreign exchange earned from foreign tourist for the past 2 decades.These and reactions to the new tourism policy were debated threadbare on Wednesday. Please like & share: Read More »

Peoples health is more important, will not be cowed down, says Vishwajeet

Health Minister Vishwajeet Rane said that he will not entertain the representation given by the Market Vendors Association as he would not compromise on FDA registration. Whatever the pressure anybody puts.The Wholesale Fish Market Association trader had submitted a memorandum to the FDA asking that Iva Fernands be put in charge of checking of formalin in fish and fish be ... Read More »

Not yet got appointment to meet CM, administration suffering: Cong

The Congress on Wednesday said that they have still not got a reply to the request for an appointment with the chief minister.They also alleged that the administration in the state was at a all time low and giving an example of the inaugurated emergency care unity and 108 which they alleged was non functional. Please like & share: Read More »

WB power regulator seeks details from CESC on demerger

PTI   KOLKATA WBERC, the state power regulator, has sought details from RP Sanjiv Goenka’s flagship company CESC Ltd on the demerger of Spencer’s and other non-power businesses from the company, an official said. “We had sent two letters to CESC. First, asking them to update the commission about the demerger based on media reports and letters received from public,” ... Read More »

World shares mixed ahead of US midterm election

AP   BANGKOK Share prices were mixed in Europe and Asia on Tuesday as cautious world investors awaited the outcome of the US midterm elections. Britain’s FTSE 100 lost 0.1 per cent to 7,093.77 while Germany’s DAX added 0.2 percent to 11,514.21. The CAC 40 in France was flat at 5,101.42. Wall Street was likewise headed for a lackluster start, ... Read More »

India voices concern to China over large trade deficit

PTI   BEIJING India on Tuesday voiced its concern to China over the large trade deficit with it which has climbed to over USD 51 billion, and underlined the need to boost bilateral trade in IT services, agriculture products, pharmaceuticals and tourism sectors in which it has proven strength and global presence but miniscule presence here. The bilateral trade between ... Read More »

Giant leap in ease of doing business

D M DESHPANDE The ease of doing business report has been released by the World Bank. It has some good news for the Indian economy after a while. India has pole vaulted 23 places to reach 77th place in the ease of doing business index. In two years (2016-18), the nation has jumped 53 places which indeed is a commendable ... Read More »

Tightrope Walk For BJP On Ram Temple

AMULYA GANGULI The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), the two ‘non-electables’ to use Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s term, are among the Hindutva groups, which are pushing for immediately starting construction of the Ram temple in Ayodhya. While RSS chief, Mohan Bhagwat, has called upon the government to bring an ordinance to facilitate the work, a ... Read More »