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Budgeting in a time of crisis -TCA Ramanujam

-The Hindu Keynesian economics offers guidelines for preparing the Budget The Great Depression wrecked the economies of the U.S. and Europe. In the words of Jonathan Alter, when Franklin Roosevelt became the American President in 1933, he was told: “Mr. President, if your programme succeeds you would be the greatest President in American history. If it fails, you will be the worst one”. Roosevelt replied: “If it fails, I will be the...

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Halal or jhatka: SDMC claims move will help other communities -Abhinav Rajput

-The Indian Express South MCD Mayor Anamika said this has been done “to give respect to every religion”. “In Hindu religion, it is said that animals should not be cut brutally... other religions have their own rules. People are free to eat whatever they want," she said. New Delhi: A day after passing a proposal to make it mandatory for restaurants and shops to display if the meat and poultry they serve...

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Why we must listen to farmers -Sudeshna Maya Sen

-IDROnline.org Agriculture value-chains can only be strengthened by listening to multiple actors; most importantly, farmers. India has been witnessing a spate of month-long farmer protests across the country, particularly in the national capital, against the recently introduced farm bills by the central government. One of the major reasons behind these agitations, including calls for repealing the law, is that farmers were not actively involved in the policymaking cycle of these laws, which...

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Pandemic Effect: 9 Months On, More Younger Workers Remain Jobless -Rosa Abraham, Amit Basole and Surbhi Kesar

-IndiaSpend.com More younger workers, and women, lost jobs and struggled to recover them. Even after Employment rates recovered, quality of Employment deteriorated, with individuals moving into less secure self-Employment in agriculture, construction and small-scale trade. Bengaluru: The COVID-19 pandemic has delivered a large and sustained economic shock to the global economy. In India, the effect can be broadly divided into two phases--the shock of the nationwide lockdown in the months of April...

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Uttarakhand increases number of working days from 100 to 150 under MGNREGA

-ANI/ Business Standard The move aims to encourage Employment opportunities In a move to encourage Employment opportunities, Uttarakhand Government has announced that the number of working days under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) will be increased from 100 to 150, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said on Monday. While addressing the gathering at his office, Rawat said that government will increase the number of working days from 100 to...

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