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Why neck guards shouldn’t be a matter of choice but mandatory for players
Although we do enjoy Archer’s aggression and his fire-spitting deliveries on the field, it is never a pleasant sight to witness a batsman falling to the ground and losing consciousness.
New study reveals links between Huawei and Chinese state
The research, carried out by Christopher Balding, Associate Professor of Fulbright University Vitenam, alleged that “there is strong evidence that Huawei personnel act at the direction of Chinese state intelligence.”
Union Budget 2019 : The Modi government has been ‘doubling’ farmers’ income since its inception
Clearly, the promise of doubling farmers’ income is nothing fresh or new, as it has been made many a time in the previous budgets as well. However, nothing has materialised to the benefit of the farmers yet.
Why budgets in recent years failed to solve the agrarian crisis
Despite visible increases in budgetary allocations for the agricultural sector, the Modi government has failed miserably to find a solution to the problems of farmers. Liberalisation and various government actions like demonetisation adversely affected the rural economy.
'Kerala is a thorn in the arm of the BJP' | Interview with Finance Minister of Kerala, Thomas Isaac
Asiaville interviews Thomas Isaac, the Finance Minister of Kerala
Viral Acharya's resignation: All's not well with government and economists
Viral Acharya had vouched for the independence and autonomy of the RBI, and had attacked the government on the same issue. In a fiery speech, he went on to say that ‘governments that do not respect the central bank’s independence would incur the wrath of financial markets and ignite economic fire.’
Unda isn’t fiction, it’s a reflection
Unda isn’t fiction; it’s more real than the reality we perceive in actuality. The movie is a poignant reminder of the darker side of the society we live in, and the politics at play.
World Cup 2019: The Indian team isn’t just ‘good’, it’s near-invincible
Virat Kohli has got a perfectly balanced team fro world cup 2019, with most players in good shape. The team is actually capable of dominating the cricketing world, the way the Australian team did in the early 2000s
Despite hard work, Harvard economists have been under attack under Modi government
The likes of Amartya Sen, Raghuram Rajan and Arvind Subramanian have faced criticism from those in power if they have questioned the government, their global reputation as economists notwithstanding
How India should pick their top 4 in the match against New Zealand
Dhawan boasts a solid track record in ICC tournaments, (1238 runs at an average of 65.15 and a strike rate close to 100) and his void would be a difficult one to fill. Rishabh Pant has been called in, but it is yet to see whether he will make it to the playing XI or not.