From April 1, 2020, India moved into a new regime on foreign limits whereby the FPI limit has been increased to the sector foreign limit. Over the next few months, Morgan Stanley expects MSCI to rebalance MSCI India weights to reflect this change. … [Read more...] about MSCI re balancing: Morgan Stanley says 26 stocks to benefit from the rejig
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On cue, primetime interviews would be slotted on national channels and Vijayan would come prepared with a script for his daily press conferences — sometimes going to the extent of counselling people on family values and sounding preachy, if not downright patronising. However, his legion of fans would lap up every sentence of his, in what has become an ugly spectacle at glorification. … [Read more...] about Politics | In Kerala’s COVID-19 response Pinarayi Vijayan is in the spotlight
"Everyone is sitting at home at the moment, so there will be a massive following for the games. May be not now, when things start improving, the games could be organised at a neutral location like Dubai. Chartered flights could be arranged and the matches could he held." … [Read more...] about Coronavirus impact: Shoaib Akhtar proposes Indo-Pak series to raise funds for fight against COVID-19 pandemic
If Modi spent about three minutes to elaborate why his government was firm on a law against instant triple talaq, he spent almost 10 minutes focusing on why Article 370 and 35A was revoked from Jammu & Kashmir. This was more a repetition of what Home Minister Amit Shah had said in Parliament and what Modi himself said in an address to the nation on August 8. However, what followed was more important. … [Read more...] about Independence Day Speech | Modi is a man in a hurry, can India run with him?
a consistently low count of the number of Native Americans living on reservations, a consistently inaccurate increase in the population of rural congressional districts, many counties with statistics that are implausible, like that there are no vacant homes at all, and many counties with more households than people, which is impossible. The general consensus of many experts present was that the test data, protected by differential privacy, are not fit for many uses, including some required by state and federal laws. … [Read more...] about New privacy protections could make some 2020 census data ‘unacceptably wrong’