"We have added an additional chapter on the J&K Reorganisation Act in the textbooks for the new session. This is part of the annual updation of textbooks," Chairperson of the board, Veena Pandita, said, adding that almost 20 titles have been updated this year. … [Read more...] about Now, school books in J&K to have new chapter on Reorganisation Act: Report
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Q. I want to pick up on this point that you made that the processes in the company are very strong and Nandan Nilekani has been speaking about this as well but yet from an outsider's perspective, one would wonder if the processes are so strong, why is it that the company seems to be finding itself in a state of flux of uncertainty and disorder every few years? We have just gotten past the Vishal Sikka episode and then this happened.My sense is the processes that I was referring to are more about how we run the business. Here, it is not clear to me where all this has come from. … [Read more...] about Infosys has a strong deal pipeline, says CEO Salil Parekh
Till November, the banking sector has lent Rs 7.3 lakh crore loan outstanding to NBFCs. The exposure has grown by 29 percent over the 12 months till November 2018. If the banking regulator has learned its lessons from the DHFL, IL&FS episodes, it should put the shadow banks though a comprehensive asset quality review to separate the bad apples from the good ones. The process shouldn’t delay now.Get access to India's fastest growing financial subscriptions service Moneycontrol Pro for as little as Rs 599 for first year. Use the code "GETPRO". Moneycontrol Pro offers you all the information you need for wealth creation including actionable investment ideas, independent research and insights & analysis For more information, check out the Moneycontrol website or mobile app. … [Read more...] about DHFL mess deepens: Has India’s banking regulator learnt its lessons from shadow banking episodes yet?
Nadda’s election will also draw curtains on Shah’s tenure stretching over five-and-a-half years. During these years, the party expanded its footprint rapidly and made inroads into states and regions where it had been traditionally weak. The saffron party also won key state elections during this period. It also lost a few state battles. … [Read more...] about JP Nadda likely to succeed Amit Shah as BJP president today: Here’s more about PM Modi’s trusted lieutenant
Today, fashion is a global industry, with a complex supply chains whose tentacles extend around the world, as companies seek out the cheapest possible place to buy raw materials and make clothes using low-cost labor. Resources like cotton and wool are typically produced in one country, then shipped to another to be turned into fabrics, then shipped to yet another to be cut and sewn into clothes. The finished garments are distributed to markets around the world. In 2000, Euromonitor estimated that 50 billion units of apparel were manufactured worldwide; by 2015, that had doubled to 100 billion. There are new business models, like clothing rentals and online secondhand markets, that aim to cut down on the total number of clothes manufactured every year. There are brands that have been producing environmentally conscious goods for years, like Eileen Fisher and Patagonia, and some startups have attempted to regulate themselves, like Everlane’s decision to replace all new plastic … [Read more...] about It’s time to regulate fashion the way we regulate the oil industry