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William Nordhaus, Paul Romer Win 2018 Nobel Economics Prize

Nordhaus and Romer won the 2018 Nobel Economics Prize for integrating climate change and technological innovation into the macroeconomic analysis

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Rafale: Desperate Measures

36 state-of-the art Rafale aircraft will replace some of the vintage MiG series fighter jets

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Jottings: All Shook Up

IL&FS debt crisis may have that snowball effect ; Spare the men in uniform; and more

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U.N. Warns World Must Take "Unprecedented" Steps To Avert Worst Effects Of Global Warming

The IPCC report said at the current rate of warming, the world’s temperatures would likely reach 1.5C between 2030 and 2052 after an increase of 1C above pre-industrial levels since the mid-1800s

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Social Entrepreneurs And Enterprises Gain Easy Access To The Government

With new business models focusing on social and sustainable development entering the market, investors and the government gain attraction from social entrepreneurs. The Indian government is now engaging in driving new business models focusing on the greater good of the society

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Gold Falls On Weak Global Cues, Muted Demand

Amid shaky demand from local jewellers and a weak trend in global markets, Gold prices fell by Rs. 30 to Rs. 31,870 per 10 gram at the bullion market today, Silver too tumbled by Rs. 500 to Rs. 39,300 per 10 kg

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Index Below 10500, Bears Still Firmly In Control

We’re likely to see March levels of sub-10,000 again in the coming days, albeit post a technical bounce which should not be misread as a resumption of a bullish trend

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Sensex Falls Over 150 Points, Nifty Slips Below 10,300

Amid continuous foreign fund outflows, weak asian cues and fall in rupee, the BSE Sensex fell 169.20 points to 34,207.79 in early trade today

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