The Economic Times
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'1.5L Indians are in US on employment-based visas' V K Singh said that the new Trump Administration has so far not announced any comprehensive policy changes regarding non-immigrant work visa programmes.
The Economic Times
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The Economic Times
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The trend formation is bullish and from a trading perspective 9,200 would offer strong resistance, while the index will find support at around the 9,100 level.
Money News Investing
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Sputnik International
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The Economic Times
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The Economic Times
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Forget car, buy a bike! Hero, Bajaj offer up to Rs 22,000 discount on BS-III modelsWith 6.71 lakh two-wheelers affected out of total of 8 lakh BS-III vehicles impacted by the ban, this move is aimed at selling as many units as possible.
Futurity
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Relocating communities and abandoning at-risk structures might make sense on paper, but the social, cultural, and psychological obstacles can be insurmountable. The strategy is also less likely to find buy-in where structural protections such as sea walls and levees are in place. On the other hand, relocation can preserve community networks and culture. For some, resettlement can also open the door to new economic opportunities. For the new study, researchers analyzed 27 past and ongoing examples of attempts to implement managed retreat in 22 countries. From this, they created a conceptual model based on who benefits from retreat and who initiates it. The model lays a foundation for understanding factors likely to impede or promote adoption of managed retreat in various circumstances. Jet stream makes summer weather hard to forecast Researchers categorized the examples they looked at with one of four labels based on whether residents initiated the retreat and how much support they got from the party that would be implementing the move through buy-outs, infrastructure changes, or other financial support.
The Economic Times
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There have been complaints from some bureaucrats about delay in processing cases of vigilance clearance which may take over three months in a few cases.
The Economic Times
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Among over 775 stocks in the index, 86 stocks surged over 100 per cent, 167 advanced 50-100 per cent and 312 stocks advanced up to 50 per cent.
The Economic Times
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The Economic Times
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The Economic Times
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21stCenturyWire
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They seek to rebrand the savage terrorists as “moderates” and then to eternally provide them with a cover of legitimacy. • They seek to create chaos, sectarianism, and ethnic enclaves that turn the people’s commitment from the homeland to conflicting groups that seek help from foreigners against their own people. • They seek to be branded as “humanitarian” and “protectors” to save the people from (externally engineered) conflict and misery. By imposing economic and armed terrorism on Syrians, by waging a phony war against their own terrorist proxies (including ISIS and al Qaeda), by creating sectarian and ethnic tensions, and by destroying Syria’s infrastructure — including water and electrical infrastructure — the Western, Zionist, and GCC agencies of terrorism seek to be perceived as saviours, humanitarians and protectors, who can then introduce the “free market” of international capital, which will be the coup de grâce to effect the final destruction of the host country.
RT YouTube
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The Economic Times
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Stamping and tagging of the hand baggage of fliers at seven major airports, including Delhi and Mumbai, will be done away with from April 1, the CISF said today. The other airports which will see the new system of baggage security coming in include the ones in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Cochin and Ahmedabad. "The system of stamping and putting tags on the hand baggage of fliers will be dispensed with from April 1 at seven airports. We have put in place the required security systems that will help us in ushering in this passenger-friendly move," CISF Director General O P Singh told PTI. The move, the CISF chief said, will enhance "passenger experience and provide hassle free security environment to them". The move was earlier announced by the aviation security regulator, the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), but the Central Industrial Security Force wanted to deploy appropriate security infrastructure before such a regime could be ushered in without any compromise on the security aspect at these sensitive facilities.
Phys.Org
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Financial Times - Markets
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The Economic Times
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During the Question Hour in the Rajya Sabha, several opposition members raised concerns that at the present pace the dream of 'Housing for All' may not be achieved by 2022.
The Economic Times
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Jayadev Galla suggested that "big currency notes can have expiry date so that we can have demonetisation from time to time."
The Economic Times
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Setback to Arvind Kejriwal in defamation case"I am giving relief that they (Kejriwal and Sisodia) are exempted from appearing in person before the trial court on April 6," the court said.
The Economic Times
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"I am giving relief that they (Kejriwal and Sisodia) are exempted from appearing in person before the trial court on April 6," the court said.
BBC Parliament
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we are to truly restore control over our laws to the British people, reverse and ever intrusive influenced by the ECJ on social and economic policy areas, and its operation as a federal court, things we never envisaged at its conception in.
BBC Parliament
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