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Mkts extend rally; all sectoral indices in green ... 22.1.2023 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Nifty inches towards 4500; TCS at highest price in ... 7.5.2022 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Slump in Shanghai led by base metals hammers Sense ... 9.4.2021 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Sensex above 15k; TCS, Infy, Wipro, RIL, Bharti, L ... 22.4.2020 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Postcapitalism: A Guide to Our Future by Paul Mason review – engagingly written, but confused 3.8.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Paul Mason’s vision of a post-capitalist world is rooted in a dated ideology and short on specifics At a time when, despite the occasional hiccup, market forces appear to be triumphant everywhere, up pops Channel 4’s economics editor, Paul Mason, to predict that the end is nigh. Capitalism, says Mason, citing an obscure early 20th-century Russian economist, runs in approximately 50-year cycles or waves. The fourth wave came to a spectacular end with the financial crisis of 2008. We are now embarking on the fifth and final one, which, on past performance, is due to crash somewhere around 2050. Mason, like Marx, believes that capitalism will collapse under the weight of its own internal contradictions. These include unsustainable levels of debt on the part of both individuals and nations (“2008 was the tremor in advance of the earthquake”). In addition, the rise of information technology will corrode market mechanisms, erode property rights and destroy the relationship between wages, property and work. All ...
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Give me your tired, your poor … the Europeans embracing migrants 3.8.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Away from the xenophobic hysteria aimed at desperate immigrants are people taking steps to help newcomers and promote the good things they bring Judging from the headlines, it sometimes seems no one in Europe wants to help refugees. Record numbers are arriving in Italy and Greece this year, and yet other European governments have agreed to share less than a fifth of them. Hungary is building a wall to keep them out. For the same reason, France has sealed its border with Italy. In Greece, for much of this year there were doubts over the legality of giving a refugee a lift. But on a local level, there are thousands of people across the continent who are braving the vitriol of their peers, and filling the void left by the politicians. Many Europeans back their governments’ stance but their xenophobia masks another phenomenon – that of a huge drive by ordinary citizens to welcome refugees, rather than reject them. From the Hungarian volunteers providing round-the-clock support to Syrian and Afghani ...
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Do Nigerians really drink as much champagne as the French? 3.8.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

What started as a report on Africa’s luxury tastes has taken on a life of its own. Africa Check looks at the figures behind the country’s love of fizz

What do Africa’s super-wealthy spend their money on? Much the same things that rich people around the the world do: cars, houses and champagne, according to a BBC Africa report on the shopping habits of rich Africans.

Starting at the Luxury and Wealth Summit in Johannesburg, reporter Milton Nkosi took viewers on a tour of a sports car dealership and a high-end property in the three-minute report, which aired on 17 July.

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The alternative city guide to Ghent, Belgium 3.8.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

The second in our series of guides to Europe’s alt cities takes us to Ghent, a medieval masterpiece on the surface, but bang up to date with its underground music scene, cutting-edge design and pioneering sustainable projects. Local creatives reveal their highlights

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I watched lambs being slaughtered so I could appreciate meat more 3.8.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

Food writer Hilary McNevin was invited to her friend’s farm to watch three lambs being killed. How did observing the process change her view on meat?

It was an invitation I couldn’t resist. “We’re slaughtering some lambs on the farm, would you like to come over and watch, perhaps help?”

Some friends in a hamlet called Waterloo, 45 minutes west of Ballarat in Victoria, had too many animals on their land and chose to cull three wether lambs – castrated male lambs – for their own consumption. These lambs had had a lovely time for the last eight and 10 months and as wether lambs there was nothing more for them to do on a working farm, except to “cut the grass and provide us with meat”, said one of the owners.

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Minister should visit Mapithel Dam: Shyamkumar 3.8.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
Minister should visit Mapithel Dam: Shyamkumar
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Kasom Khullen residents reel under hardships 3.8.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
Kasom Khullen residents reel under hardships
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MLA seeks CM's assurance 3.8.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
MLA seeks CM's assurance
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President condoles loss of lives in landslides 3.8.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
President condoles loss of lives in landslides
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Landslides cut off Moreh 3.8.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
Landslides cut off Moreh
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Five thoughts on 2015’s sunny, packed, exhausting RideLondon 100 3.8.2015 Guardian: Environment
Did a borrowed aero bike make me faster? Did the event feel more packed than previously? And can we have the same weather every year? So, if you were among the 26,000 or so people who rode yesterday’s RideLondon-Surrey 100 , how was it for you? Now in its third year, the event, beginning at the Olympic stadium in Stratford, east London, and building to a thrilling finish on the Mall, via big stretches of London and some climbs in the Surrey countryside, is famously held on roads closed to other traffic. This does cause some annual grief among locals unable to travel anywhere by car for a day, though the RideLondon organisers say such anger is abating as people get used to the event. But for a cyclist taking part, it’s a revelation. It’s London (or any big city) as it could be in your dreams: taken over by cyclists – even if they are generally of the fast-moving Lycra-clad type, rather than everyday ...
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