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Monsoon Outlook Remains Favourable Despite Early Snags

The monsoon will gain momentum in the second half of June or towards the end. Will the financial markets appreciate this and not capsize is something to be seen as the monsoon unfolds

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Two Years Of Modi Govt | The Expected Sparkle That Failed To Arrive

Barring a few bold steps that remain hampered by obvious lacunae, the NDA government has failed to match the high expectations of the gem and jewellery trade during its two years in office, and a sense of uneasiness prevails across most segments of the industry.

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How Not To Burn Yourself

Don’t eat roadside foods. Unless you trust the source, avoid fresh juices, junk foods like paani puri, cut fruits or salads outside

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India’s Education Deficit

The country is unable to educate its youth students fast enough to keep pace with the demands of the economy

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An Economic Renaissance?

In the next one year, during which he will cross the midpoint of his prime ministership, Modi must hunker down to execute schemes already in place: Make in India, Digital India, Smart Cities and many others

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Kickstarting The Demand Cycle

India needs not only consistent annual GDP growth rate of 7.5-8 per cent but rapid job creation. Jobless growth can be both a social and political disaster given India’s youthful demographics

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Catastrophes Linked To Climate Change May Cause $158 Trillion Damage By 2050

According to a World Bank report, 1.3 billion people are expected to suffer the effects of climate changes in the next three decades

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Politics Of Policy | Choose Your Growth

As the world debates growth, countries are realizing that everyone has to follow a different path. A monochromatic view on growth makes it ugly for everyone

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Delayed Monsoon Over India May Worsen Flooding, Trouble Harvesting

IMD surmised that delay in monsoon's onset will not affect sowing of major crops. The agency believes that pre-monsoon showers will provide ample moisture for sowing activities, especially in South India

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What The Titan-CaratLane Deal Could Mean For Online Jewellery Retail

Titan’s recent announcement that it was acquiring a stake in CaratLane is likely to herald in a new round of change in the online jewellery retail business, just as it may also spur transformation in the world of the tradtional jewellery retailer

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