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Nobel winning Economist Kenneth Arrow no more
Stanford economist Kenneth Arrow died, at the age of 95, in his home on Tuesday (February 21) morning.

-22 Feb 2017

Voting highest in 25 years: BMC election
55 percent voting was recorded at BMC election of 2017.

-22 Feb 2017

Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) goes to polls today
Holding the status of the biggest municipal corporation in the country, BMC will witness competitive elections with 2,275 candidates in the fray for 227 seats.

-21 Feb 2017

Singapore Plans Southeast Asia's First Carbon Tax by 2019
Singapore plans to implement Southeast Asia’s first carbon tax by 2019, a move that would raise energy costs in the island nation and require more than 30 big polluters such as power plants to pay the levy.

-21 Feb 2017

PSLV-C37 successfully launches 104 satellites in a single flight
By successful placing a record 104 satellites using single rocket, India’s International Space Research Organisation (Isro) has again proved that it dominates the commercial market for international space. India is currently providing the cheapest services in the $5.4 billion satellite launching in...

-16 Feb 2017

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Identity and Marginality in North East India: Challenges for Social Science Research
Conceptualising the Northeast as a singular territory is problematic. But this construction determines the way the region is governed by the Indian state that propagates the idea of a shared identity among peoples fr...
N. Atungbo, Prasanta Das, Riku Khutso, Hamari Jamatia

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Union Budget 2017-18: Social Sector Largesse Does Not Tell the Whole Story
While there has been a a big jump in allocations to health overall, there is no indication that it will be sustained and will mark a trend....
Ravi Duggal

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In Defence of Traditional Healers: Not What They’re Quack-ed Up To Be
The serious concern over quackery is a shared one, and not solely the province of allopaths, or the courts for that matter. In a plural system like ours, this is to be expected. But looking only to the biomedical base of our health...
Devaki Nambiar, Arima Mishra
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