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Spare the common man, Mr. Jaitley

This article has been co-authored by Suryakiran Tiwari (aka Politicalbaaba) and Subhash Chandra (Political Insights Consultant)

While lower crude prices have brought cheer to analysts who track India’s growth story, the end consumer is not gaining by much. 1,692 more words

POLITICAL GUPSHUP

Christmas Comes Early to the University Heights Tool Library

Last month, the ToolMade Project worked with the founder of the University Heights Tool Library to secure more tools for this incredibly successful (and much needed) endeavor in Buffalo, New York, and we were thrilled to receive some updates this morning. 277 more words

20 NOV 2015

1) Birth of a new Planet:-

  • Astronomers have observed for first time a planet taking shape out of microscopic dust particles 450 light years from Earth The primordial process that turns enormous clouds of cosmic dust into newborn planets over millions of years has been observed directly for the first time.

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Daily Current Events

Disinvestment: The more things change, the more they remain the same


When finance minister Arun Jaitley presented the budget of the Narendra Modi government in February 2015, he set an aggressive disinvestment target of Rs 69,500 crore. 1,100 more words

Equitymaster

IPO party on, but retail investors not coming in

It is boom time in the IPO market with companies queuing with their public offers, but it is largely institutional investors who are taking the bait while retail investors and HNIs still appear to be cagey. 443 more words

BUSINESS

Of Jaitley, black money and much ado about nothing


In May earlier this year, the Parliament passed the Undisclosed Foreign Income and Assets (Imposition of New Tax) Act. After the passage of this Act, also known referred to as the black money Act, the government offered a compliance window. 1,129 more words

Arun Jaitley

Fossil Free Devon

To meet our climate targets, most of the world’s remaining fossil fuels must be left in the ground. However, many institutions are still investing large amounts of money in fossil fuel companies, mostly via their banks and pension funds, despite the risk both to the climate and their financial future. 388 more words

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