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India’s no to RCEP could still be a no -BISwajit Dhar

-The Hindu The circumstances under which New Delhi had distanced itself from the RCEP negotiations have hardly improved Last week, 15 East Asian countries agreed to take their economic integration several notches higher by forging the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), the largest free trade agreement (FTA) ever. In 2019, RCEP members accounted for about 30% of world output and population and 28% of world trade. But more importantly, about 44% of...

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Has personal loans seen a rebound ahead of the festive season? The answer is in the negative

Just before Dhanteras and Diwali this year, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) released the November edition of its monthly bulletin. The latest RBI Monthly Bulletin says that the GDP has contracted by -8.6 percent in the second quarter of fiscal year 2020-21 (i.e. July-September, 2020) as compared to the gross domestic product (GDP) during the corresponding period last year. It may be noted that India’s GDP shrunk by -23.9...

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Delhi Riot complaint names BJP MLA, court seeks report from police

-The Indian Express As per the complaint, on February 23, Mumtaz's shop was set on fire by rioters named in the complaint. On that day, after filing an unnamed complaint with the police, Mumtaz alleged he spotted BISht around 10 pm and heard him give a speech to a mob asking them to "find and kill Muslims" while the mob shouted, waving pistols and swords in the air. A Delhi court has...

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Bihar Still Has a Way to Go in its Fight Against Acute Encephalitis Syndrome

-The Wire Science Manika BIShunpur (Muzaffarpur, Bihar): Chunchun Devi stands alone in front of her hut in Manika BIShunpur village’s Mushahari tola in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur district. Three of her children – two daughters and a son – are playing nearby. On June 11 last year, Chulhai Ram and Chunchun lost their 4.5-year-old daughter, Raveena, to acute encephalitis syndrome (AES), locally known as chamki fever. She was the third of Chulhai and Chunchun’s...

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NRC fundamentally wrong… new one after polls if SC allows: Himanta -Abhishek Saha

-The Indian Express The state government has appealed to the Supreme Court for a re-verification of the names included in the NRC — 20 per cent of included names in border districts and 10 per cent elsewhere. Guwahati: Ahead of elections in Assam early next year, senior minister Himanta BISwa Sarma on Thursday told the media that the National Register of Citizens (NRC) published in August last year is “fundamentally wrong” and...

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