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China Launches First Bullet Train In Tibet, Close To Indian Border In Arunachal Pradesh

The 435.5-km Lhasa-Nyingchi section of the Sichuan-Tibet Railway has been inaugurated ahead of the centenary celebrations of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) on July 1.

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We Are In Phase Of Creeping Protectionism And MGNREGA Is Still The Best Bet In Rural Areas: Nobel Laureate Abhijit Banerjee

Abhijit V. Banerjee, Professor of Economics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, received the 2019 Nobel Prize for Economic Sciences. How well his ideas fit into India’s economic growth amid the volcanic challenges are debated in his book--Good Economics for Hard Times-- which he co-authored with Esther Duflo. He touches upon more politically contentious issues like trade, inequality and the universal basic income for those who are left out of the economic growth story. In a free-wheeling conversation with Manish Kumar Jha of BW Businessworld, Prof. Banerjee comments on India’s healthcare, the privatization, fiscal support, and the complex matrix of Direct Benefit Transfer Scheme. He asserts that the Indian economy could be competitive should “we open ourselves to trade”. Excerpts:

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Sandra Bullock teams up with Brad Pitt for 'Bullet Train'

Sandra Bullock teams up with Brad Pitt for 'Bullet Train'

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Railways making efforts to commission entire bullet train project at once: Railway board

Railways making efforts to commission entire bullet train project at once: Railway board

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Japanese Embassy shares first photos of Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project

Japanese Embassy shares first photos of Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project

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Aaron Taylor-Johnson joins Brad Pitt in Sony's 'Bullet Train'

Aaron Taylor-Johnson joins Brad Pitt in Sony's 'Bullet Train'

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'The Kissing Booth' star Joey King in talks to join Brad Pitt's 'Bullet Train'

'The Kissing Booth' star Joey King in talks to join Brad Pitt's 'Bullet Train'

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India Keen To Locally Manufacture And Export Bullet Train Coaches

India is building the country's first high speed rail corridor between Mumbai to Ahmedabad which is expected to be operational by 2022. Initially, India is set to buy 18 such Shinkansen trains from Japan for Rs 7,000 crore

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India Set To Miss Key Target For Japan-backed Bullet Train Project

Protests, backed by local politicians, have flared up in recent months against attempts to secure sections of a 108-km stretch, which is around one-fifth of the entire bullet train corridor connecting Mumbai with Ahmedabad, the largest commercial city in Modi's home state Gujarat

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Simultaneous Polls, A Far Cry?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been a strong votary for electoral reforms and has championed the cause of simultaneous polls, which would reduce the quantum of money spent on elections

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BHAG Piyush BHAG

Can the new Railway minister outrun the challenges?

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New Investment Low In India: Only 845 Billion Worth Projects Proposed In Q2 2017-18

Only 191 new investment project proposals were made by the private sector. This is the lowest level in over 13 years

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Day After Stampede, Goyal Announces Passenger Safety Measures

He chaired a nine-hour meeting with top railway officials in Mumbai to review passenger safety measures in response to the deadly accident yesterday, when a massive crowd of morning commuters stampeded on the stairwell of a narrow footbridge linking Elphinstone Road and Parel suburban railway stations

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Bullet Train Project Will Be Demonetisation-Like Move: P Chidambaram

The former finance minister's comments come a day after a stampede on a footbridge connecting Mumbai's suburban railway stations of Parel and Elphinstone claimed 22 lives

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Slow Economic Growth May Force Modi Govt To Cut Road, Rail Projects Funding

The big worry is that economic growth, which slipped to a three-year low in the last quarter, could take a further hit if the public spending that largely underpinned expansion were to be slashed

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