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Vol. 52, No. 51, Sep 29 - Oct 26, 2019
Autumn Number 2019
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All India Bank Strike
By All India Bank Employees Association – AIBEA, Bank Employees Federation Of India – BEFI on 22 October 2019 on the issues: * STOP MERGER OF BANKS • Stop banking reforms * Ensure recovery of bad loans, take stringent action on defaulters * Do not harass customers with penal charges & do not increase in service charges, Increase interest rate on Deposits * Stop attacks on jobs and job security * Adequate recruitments in all Banks.
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One-day Carbon and Energy Footprinting Workshop, Hyderabad, 20 Oct 2019
Ecologise Hyderabad with SAPACC will run a 1-day Carbon and Energy Footprint Workshop on Sunday, 20 October in Hyderabad. This is a hands-on workshop that will teach you how to compute carbon and energy footprints, and discuss the issues and problems in reducing them. Event Timing: 10 am to 6 pm, Sunday, 20 October 2019 Event address: Will be communicated to registered participants on 18 October email: [email protected]; Tel: 8096254532, 94404 01421. If you wish to attend this workshop, please fill the google form available at: https://forms.gle/z2XgphSS1ZEGax5K7 or email your filled registration form below to: [email protected]
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Call of the Time: Let's Unite for Freedom, Democracy and Constitutional Values
12th National Convention of the National Allaince of People's Movement (NAPM). 23 - 25 Nov, 2019. Puri, Odisha. Contact; Whatsapp: 7337478993, 9718479517. Odisha Contact: 7008619254, 7325998210, Email: [email protected]

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21 Oct 2019

Why Dr. Singh's Good Advice on Slowdown Makes BJP Blood Boil

Raman Swamy

Sometimes, your enemy can be your best teacher. But you can only learn from your adversary if you are willing to listen to what he is saying and draw lessons from his words of wisdom. 
On Thursday, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh came out with a series of sensible suggestions about how to reverse the slide in the Indian economy. 
Instead of reducing corporate taxes, he said, the government should cut indirect taxes. This will help boost demand for goods and services. The present economic crisis is not because of shortage of supply but due to lack of demand.   
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21 Oct 2019

Economic Downturn and Service of the Corporate

S. S. Mahil

Nowadays, there is plenty of discussion on the crisis in the economy in the pages of newspapers and on media channels. The spokespersons of the Central government and the parties in NDA as well as saffron scholars in television debates have been vigorously trying to prove that panic is not yet needed. India is still in a better position than the rest of world in terms of GDP. The whole world is moving towards economic depression and this has impact on India as well, they say. They concede that there is a downturn, but assert that the policies of the Modi government are not the cause. They maintain that in fact in India there is less impact than in other countries and this is due to Modi Govt’s policies.  
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21 Oct 2019

Honour Businesspersons to Jumpstart Growth

Bharat Jhunjhunwala

The Government is following the policy of “balanced budget” which means that the expenditures will be reduced to match with the income. The expenditures and income will be in balance. The borrowing undertaken to make expenditures in excess of the income will be less. This borrowing is called fiscal deficit. This policy was adopted by the United States of America during the 1930s. The American economy was buoyant during the twenties. Share markets were in a bull run.  
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21 Oct 2019

The Young Politicians and Himachal Assembly By-Elections:
Not So Serious about Social Media:

Sandeep Sharma

Social media has emerged as a new outlet for politicians to connect with their voters. Social media not only has potentially minimized politicians’ reliance on mainstream media but has also acted as an empowering tool for a candidate having no political background and finances to buy space in mainstream media. Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), a leading political party in India, swept into power in two consecutive parliamentary elections i.e. in 2014 and 2019. BJP’s success in the general elections is attributed in part to the efforts that the party’s IT cell has put in managing social media platforms.  
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Asuras and Devas - Murad Ali Baig
19 Oct 2019
Before and Beyond Modernity - Ramkrishna Bhattacharya
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How Companies Defraud the Banks - Bharat Jhunjhunwala
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The BJP Behind the Mask - Bibekananda Ray
12 Oct 2019
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Four steps to end the recession - Bharat Jhunjhunwala
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Reports
19 Oct 2019
MCC-50 - Harsh Thakor
 
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Kondappalii Seetharamiah centenary - Report from Harsh Thakor
 
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