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  • Ufa could be the yuan moment

    Ufa could be the yuan moment

    Topics : IR India and the world, IR other Countries

    The idea of establishing a multi-currency financial order, which reduces the authority of the U.S. dollar and euro in global transactions, has been unfolding within BRICS for some time. (more…)

  • We are relatively well insulated: CEA

    We are relatively well insulated: CEA

    Topics : Economy

    Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian said on Monday that though India is relatively well-insulated from the Greece situation but since it was likely to impact the U.S. Fed’s impending decision on a rate hike, it could cause flight of foreign investments which would affect the rupee. (more…)

  • Tibet poised to become part of ‘Belt and Road’ initiative

    Tibet poised to become part of ‘Belt and Road’ initiative

    Topics : International

    China’s efforts to forge a new social contract with people of the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), based on generous subsidies, jobs and education, appear to be paying off, with the booming Tibetan capital showing little signs of remembering the Dalai Lama on the eve of his eightieth birthday. (more…)

  • SCs in TN better off than FCs in Jharkhand

    SCs in TN better off than FCs in Jharkhand

    Topics : Governance

    New data from the Socio Economic and Caste Census (SECC) 2011 and the UNICEF’s Rapid Survey on Children (RSOC) show that while India’s Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes have worse socio-economic indicators, this disadvantage is varies substantially depending on the State where they live. (more…)

  • India mulling proposal to join Eurasian Union

    India mulling proposal to join Eurasian Union

    Topics : International

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ongoing visit to Russia and five Central Asian nations could expedite the feasibility studies under way to assess whether India should sign a free trade agreement (FTA) with the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU). (more…)

  • When three is a company

    When three is a company

    Topics : Economy

    Roughly a year ago, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) issued a consultation paper setting out its proposal to regulate equity-based crowdfunding in India. Comments were solicited from the public. (more…)

  • For a rational education debate…

    For a rational education debate…

    Topics : Education, Society

    Maharashtra’s recent decision to conduct a survey of what it calls “non-school going children” seems to have created a storm. Political parties are now up in arms calling it an anti-minority move and Muslim leaders in particular have declared their resolve to fight the decision. (more…)

  • Palestine ‘shocked’ at Indian abstention

    Palestine ‘shocked’ at Indian abstention

    Topics : IR India and the world, IR other Countries

    Hitting out at India’s decision to abstain from the U.N. Human Rights Council vote because of “technical reasons,” Palestine has said the abstention “marks a departure” from Delhi’s “traditional position.” (more…)

  • Consensus eludes meet on urea subsidy

    Consensus eludes meet on urea subsidy

    Topics : Agriculture, Economy

    Consensus continues to elude the Centre on the politically sensitive reform of the urea sector, where it has accumulated an unpaid subsidy bill of Rs. 40,000 crore. (more…)

New'10 Words of the Week

  • Archaic

    Meaning: (adj) very old or old fashioned

    Sentence: The institute was run in an archaic way.

  • No-brainer

    Meaning: (noun) something that requires little or no mental effort

    Sentence: Today's exam was a no-brainier

  • Rescind

    Meaning: (verb) revoke, cancel or repeal (a law, order or agreement)

    Sentence: The Government rescinded the directive based on the poll results.

  • Clout

    Meaning: (noun) a heavy blow with hand or a hard object

    Sentence: A strong clout on his ears is all he needs to make him write that article.

  • Lynchpin

    Meaning: (noun) a vital person or thing in an organization

    Sentence: My mother was the lynchpin for my family.

  • Rapport

    Meaning: a close and harmonious relationship in which two persons or groups concerned understand each other's feelings and communicate well

    Sentence: The teacher should establish a good rapport with the students.

  • Conflate

    Meaning: (verb) combine (two or more ideas or texts) into one

    Sentence: The urban crisis conflates a number of different economic Nd social situation.

  • Specious

    Meaning:(adj) misleading in appearance, misleadingly attractive

    Sentence: Balaji has been making specious arguments.

  • Travesty

    Meaning: (noun) a false, absurd or distorted representation of something

    Sentence: The judgement was just a travesty of real thing.

  • Yearn

    Meaning: (verb) have an intense feeling of longing for something

    Sentence: I was yearning to read his novel.

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