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•PM offers prayers at Sree PadmanabhaSwamy Temple; inaugurates Swadesh Darshan Scheme •Prime Minister to visit Gujarat tomorrow for Vibrant Gujarat Summit 2019 •Numligarh Refinery Assam capacity to be expanded from Continue Reading

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Via : Transfin Newsletter. New one that I recently subscribed to.

Good Evening Dhananjay Parkhe! Technology is a strange beast. Whilst we chase it in the name of efficiency and productivity gains (Thesaurus Alert!), does it really reduce our workload? Through Continue Reading

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Startpreneur’s fav newsletter : YOUSTORY

Cooking, many say, is not just about making food to fill the belly but something bigger. It relieves stress and wraps you up in a world of tastes, aromas and Continue Reading

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Via: Newsletter On the Radar

  A NEWSLETTER FROM Email not displaying correctly? Click here to see it in your browser. Receive this email from friend? Subscribe here to have each edition delivered directly to you. Air France will Continue Reading

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World Economic Forum – The Agenda Weekly.

Grüezi mitenand! Welcome to the World Economic Forum’s weekly newsletter, delivered to over 240,000 subscribers. Most shared The risk of policy shocks. 10 predictions for the global economy in 2019. ⇒ Explore: Future of Continue Reading

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Daily Capsule | 11th Jan Hello Here’s a dream-come-true destination for you – the month-long ice festival in China’s Heilongjiang Province. The Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival began last Continue Reading

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My fav newsletter – Brainpickings.org

This is the Brain Pickings midweek pick-me-up: Once a week, I plunge into my 12-year archive and choose something worth resurfacing and resavoring as timeless nourishment for heart, mind, and spirit. (If Continue Reading

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Transfin Newsletter

They say that: “Markets have a mind of their own.” Leaving aside the statement’s maxim-like characterisation, who are we talking about here? The Markets or the Market Watchers? Why do we Continue Reading

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Medium – Newsletters I love

Today’s highlights Applause from Saïda Meftah and 2 others These Are The Five Lessons That Changed My Life This Year Manage your mind, change your life Deb Knobelman, PhD in The Startup5 Continue Reading

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The Completely Audacious Guide to Breaking the Ice – Better Humans

I am such a bad conversationalist.  I liked this article. via The Completely Audacious Guide to Breaking the Ice – Better Humans The Completely Audacious Guide to Breaking the Ice Use Continue Reading

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Stories you shouldn’t miss The beauty of sarees have no parallel and the craftsmanship that goes into making some of the finest ones is something we need to hold on Continue Reading

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Power of the Positive – Good News News – Issue Date: Jan 14, 2019

Power of the Positive The headlines can make you feel all is lost. But it’s possible to Rewire your brain with the new science of positivity and light it up Continue Reading

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Japan is set to be the new main source of rare earths

via Japan is set to be the new main source of rare earths   Japan finds a huge cache of scarce rare-earth minerals Japan looks to replace China as the Continue Reading

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Science is catching up to the Buddha

via Science is catching up to the Buddha   Science is catching up to the Buddha Does happiness require a rebellion against evolution? JAG BHALLA 29 August, 2017 Science is Continue Reading

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Transfin – a wonderful newsletter I subscribe to.

An International Analytics Company (Clarivate Analytics – a spin off from Thomson Reuters) recently came out with a list of “Highly Cited Researchers” (HCRs) from the fields of science and social Continue Reading

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HR Headlines via naukri.com newsletter

HR HEADLINES Good news for salaried employees: EPFO likely to hike rate ahead of polls In what could bring cheer to 60 million salaried employees, the Employees’ Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) Continue Reading

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CONVERSABLE ECONOMIST: Macaulay on Economic Progress, 100 Years Before Keynes

He wrote: “We are suffering, not from the rheumatics of old age, but from the growing-pains of over-rapid changes, from the painfulness of readjustment between one economic period and another.” Continue Reading

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