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Tamed national mainstream media minimises reporting of protests

American Quaker Viola Purvis once spoke about the media clampdown before the first Iraq war “no other reports of opposition to this military action”:

“Many demonstrated in the Winter Park city (Florida) but we thought we were alone as there were no other reports of opposition to this military action and we gave up. 301 more words


Nation will not have to wait for long: Finance Minister on blackmoney

“I can assure that you don’t have to wait for long to see that we have brought back the black money,” the Finance Minister said in the Lok Sabha during his reply to the debate on the national budget, which was later passed by a voice vote. 209 more words

There's still hope :)

For the past decade my brother and I have been working in financial literacy education across NZ. We speak with many people from all ages (i.e. 254 more words


Naveen urges Centre to set up NIMHANS in Odisha


CUTTACK : Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today urged the Centre to set up NIMHANS-like institution in the state. He has shot off a letter to Union Health Minister Harshavardhan in this regard. 107 more words

Opinion: USD versus BRICs Development Bank

This article is an interesting read about the future of the USD. Last week the BRICs nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China) met to establish a new development bank which will effectively compete with the World Bank and IMF (International Monetary Fund). 28 more words


A milestone? More people in work, but average earnings at 2003 level

The Economic Research Council focusses on the Labour market statistics quoted during the latest Prime Minister’s Questions.


 The blue line, measured against the left hand axis in millions of people, shows the total number of people aged 16 and over in employment over the preceding three months. 201 more words

Whitehall No Longer Knows Best

The dominance of Whitehall over local government spending eased slightly when the Government unveiled its £350 million “growth deal” for Greater Birmingham. This has emerged at a time when the three major parties are pledging to devolve more power away from Whitehall and to local governments. 480 more words

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