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Emmanuel Macron ‘doing a Hollande’: Will this unnerve Vladimir Putin?

Sunday, 28 May 2017 | VLADIMIR MIKHEEV | in Agenda

Dealing with former investment banker Emmanuel Macron as France’s President will be a challenge for the Kremlin. Macron’s foreign policy will most likely tread the Merkel-Hollande line, writes VLADIMIR MIKHEEV President Emmanuel Macron will never forget (and forgive) President Vladimir Putin for meeting his archrival Marine Le Pen and thus endorsing...

A dangerous route to pass Aadhaar Bill?

Sunday, 28 May 2017 | Gunja Kapoor | in Agenda

The Opposition has raised hue and cry over the passage of Aadhaar Bill as a Money Bill. Whether there is any merit to this or not only the apex court’s order will tell The definition of a Money Bill is given in Article 110 of the Constitution. It specifies only six...

The insatiable lust for power

Sunday, 28 May 2017 | Sudip Bhattacharyya | in Agenda

World over, history is strewn with examples where an individual or a faction has caused mass destruction for personal gains. The current political scenario in India is very much the same In India, it is seen that to achieve political power political parties get ready to form alliance with each...

Three years on, Modiji remains wildly popular

Sunday, 21 May 2017 | Kanchan Gupta | in Agenda

The insurgent politics of 2014 that led to the Great Disruption unsettling the Commentariat, unnerving the Elite and demolishing the Establishment, has by now become the new normal Over the past week I ran two opinion polls on Twitter, the social media platform whose most prominent user in India, possibly across...

A renewed strategy to tackle Maoists

Sunday, 21 May 2017 | Jai Kumar Verma | in Agenda

Notwithstanding the bloodbath in Sukma, Government has been sincere in its efforts to fight the Maoists. But there is an urgent need to upgrade technology and strategies Left-Wing Extremism (LWE) menace has continued for several years and about 180 districts in 10 States of the country have come under its influence....

The goodness of passing time

Sunday, 21 May 2017 | POOJA AHUJA | in Agenda

Hobbies are essential in early school life, but those aren’t for fulfilling unachieved dreams of the parents. They are for the overall physiological development of the children Once again, after starting a new academic session, schools are about to close for summer-break in most parts of India. Once again, it’s time...

Abolishing the constraints of time and space

Sunday, 14 May 2017 | Purba Kalita | in Agenda

We should make the best of the innovations of smartphones, tablets and wifi to create a flexible working environment which is not time-bound or bound to office premises. Let’s not forget that a happy worker increases the quality of output as well Time is money. First heard some 450 years ago,...

Never-ending war with the Maoists

Sunday, 07 May 2017 | PK Vasudeva | in Agenda

Lackadaisical attitude and incomplete training on counter-insurgency is making the Army and the police vulnerable, which can be countered by operational governance Launching their deadliest attack of the year, 300 armed Maoist guerrillas ambushed a 150 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) patrol, which was guarding a road building project in Sukma...

Chronicles of two chirping mates

Sunday, 07 May 2017 | Shikha Aggarwal | in Agenda

Well, we live in the Indian city that never sleeps. And, loudspeakers aren't going anywhere, at least in the near future, If Apple or Bose is listening, there is a huge market potential for voice cancellation ear plugs or sleep buds, as they may call it! Once upon a time, there...

Strong nations don't whine, they punish remorselessly

Sunday, 07 May 2017 | Kanchan Gupta | in Agenda

With the successful launch of the ‘Saarc Satellite’, India has solidified its position in the south Asian region and shown Pakistan its place. But this is not enough to make pay Pakistan for its misdeeds Setting out the broad parameters of his neighbourhood policy at the South Asian Association for Regional...


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Industry workshop discusses GST issues

29 May 2017 | Staff Reporter | Raipur

Representatives of prominent industries and various industry bodies of Chhattisgarh organised a workshop on Goods and Services Tax (GST) on Sunday at Maharaja Agrasen International College (MAIC) auditorium here. The issues which were discussed in the workshop include-- Transaction provision, Supply—Concept of levy, Valuation, Point of Taxation, Registration and Invoicing, basic of GST, Input of tax credit and return etc...

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