30-05-2017

the hindu
1.Questions that won’t go away.

Violence is an inventive phenomenon. The very staging of violence often turns the spectacle into a morality play where the act of violence is interrogated from many sides..  read more


2.A way out for her too.

The marathon arguments on the subject of triple talaq before the five-judge bench of the Supreme Court have ended.. read more


3.Can banks create their own money?

Banks are commonly viewed as financial institutions that accept deposits from savers and lend them out as loans to borrowers.  read more

4.The flow of funds in India.

At its heart, capitalism is a financial system. Every entity in the economy, whether an individual, a household, a business, or a state institution faces monetary constraints in its operations and must constantly balance the exigencies of cash inflows and cash outflows.  read more


5.Beyond the language conflict

It is famously said that a language is a dialect with an army. If not an army, the Hindi language is armed with two strengths: the constitutional mandate to promote it as India’s lingua franca, and the fact that it is far more widely spoken and understood than any other language in the country..  read more

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1. How To Make Schools Compete

In April, the HRD ministry took the brave step to stop undue `moderation’ of marks in all secondary school board examinations in the country ., read more

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1.India to grow at 7.2% in FY18: WB

India, the fastest growing major economy in the world, is expected to grow at 7.2 per cent in the current fiscal and up to 7.7 per cent by 2019-20 on strong fundamentals, reform momentum and improving investment scenario, according to World Bank’s India Development Report released on Monday..  read more

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