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Patriot power: How France’s alt-right seeks to sway election

France, despite its reputation as a beacon of progressive liberalism, has been at the forefront of a burgeoning pan-European far-right movement. Marine Le Pen, an anti-immigration Eurosceptic who may well top the first round of France’s presidential election on 23 April, is riding a populist insurgency that has been growing over the past 15 years. Its themes are familiar in ... Read More »

Why to use Spring framework in your profession

Spring framework is one of the top area that is going to give you a perfect opening to your bright career. One of the top way to handle the same is through the proper use of this framework for your business exposure and career growth. This is the framework that is widely in use and high in demand in the ... Read More »

There are Leading Safe Ways to Stay on Track

Your company has many ends, where there must be a deep control from your side. There are different things in the company that has to be synchronized in a proper way. Here are the top things that are to be arranged: Alignment – In each of the company, there are different departments. Performance of the departments depend on the alignment ... Read More »

The better and the best solution for your growth

We are all familiar with the trauma of not attaining the appropriate height at the appropriate age. Well, to be honest it is not your fault at all. In fact, people reach their maximum height at the age of 18. Your height is controlled by the pituitary gland and upon reaching a certain age the growth function of it stops. ... Read More »

Demonetisation To Have Temporary Impact On Microfinance Institutions: India Ratings

Mumbai: The Centre’s decision to demonetise Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 currency notes may impact microfinance institutions (MFIs) and their borrowers on short term, with the latter likely to face high overdoes. The Narendra Modi-led government on November 8 had announced demonetising notes of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000 in a clampdown on black money and counterfeit notes. “(Post demonetisation) ... Read More »

Future Group To Acquire Heritage Foods’ Retail, Allied Businesses

Hyderabad: Kishore Biyani-led Future Group on Monday said it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire retail and allied businesses of city-based Heritage Foods Ltd in an all-stock deal. Heritage Foods, which currently owns 124 retail outlets under the brand name Heritage Fresh, will get a 3.65 per cent shareholding in Future Retail through fresh issuance of shares. “We have ... Read More »

A Number Of Kashmir Student To Get Free JEE Coaching

In a move to help out economically weak JEE aspirants, RISE, a coaching institute for Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) offered free JEE coaching to 40 students. Founded by IITians, the event took place in Srinagar which was co-sponsored and hosted by Jammu & Kashmir Bank. You can Register on Embibe to get to know the best coaching available in your city. ... Read More »

Not Much Shift In RBI Policy Ahead, 0.25% Cut Likely: Report

New Delhi: With the government setting inflation target at 4 per cent, the Reserve Bank is unlikely to make much shift in its stance going forward and may go for a 25 bps cut in the second half of the fiscal, says a report. RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan in his last monetary policy on August 9 left interest rates unchanged ... Read More »

I Had Felt FCNR Deposits To Be An Idiotic Idea: Raghuram Rajan

RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan conceded that he thought the FCNR deposits idea to be “completely idiotic”. Mumbai: Outgoing Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan on Friday disclosed that idea of raising diaspora deposits, which changed the downward course of the rupee when he took over in September 2013, had come from bankers and he was very sceptical about it given the cost ... Read More »

Unfair To Put Moral Code Of Conduct On RBI Chief: Subbarao

Mumbai: Former RBI governor Duvvuri Subbarao on Friday spoke out against the idea of having a ‘moral code of conduct’ for the central bank head, strongly defending the right of public intellectuals like his successor Raghuram Rajan to use the gravitas of the office for public good. “I don’t think there should be any code of conduct on what subjects the ... Read More »