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Being Healthy: The Winter Blues

Always exercise indoors: A lot of us get tempted to feel the cool breeze on our face and go out for walks during winters, which need to be avoided.

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A New Horizon Beckons: Direct Global Trading In Rough Diamonds

The inauguration of the Special Notified Zone in Mumbai's Bharat Diamond Bourse opens a new window for India. Some changes in the taxation framework will help the country move towards becoming a key global trading centre for the precious stones

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Another BRIC In The Wall

India’s new slogan of BRICS chairmanship will be ‘Building Responsive, Inclusive and Collective Solutions’

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Politics Of Policy | Creating Credit Worthiness

Bringing 800 million Indians in the financial mainstream should not be just about bank accounts, it has to be about creating credit worthy borrowers

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Steady Growth Of The Informal Retail Sector

The informal retail sector provides a source of employment to a large number of the economically weaker section of society

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Disequilibrium | One Step Forward, Several Steps Back

As we know nothing has really changed and foreign investment continues to find impediments and imponderables strewn in its path as it ventures into India

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D-Day for US Fed Interest Rate Hike & What You Should Do About It

Monies from equity markets has already been coming out in droves and we’ve witnessed the accompanying fall in the Sensex & Nifty. According to Kotak Institutional Equities, foreign investors own nearly 25 per cent of BSE-200 shares

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Disequilibrium | A Differentiated Compromise But Faultlines Remain

India has to try and achieve scaling up of renewable energy prospects from the current 12 to 29 per cent and scaling down coal usage for electricity from 61 to 57 per cent over the next decade. A herculean task with many billions of dollars required for investment.

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Diamond Industry Crisis Hits Mid Segment Companies Most

The mid-segment in the diamond industry, where India has a significant presence, has been badly hit by the current crisis leading to losses, lay-offs and even closures. As the business recovers from the downturn, there may be a process of overall consolidation with less efficient players forced to e

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A Coastal Festival Which Brought Back Memories Of Fish!

The Moplah community are from the Malabar region of Kerala, around Calicut. Their food is deeply non-vegetarian, cooked in coconut oil or ghee and not for the faint hearted.

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