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Listing LIC could make its investments riskier -Aunindyo Chakravarty

-The Tribune LIC is India’s biggest stock-market investor. Once listed, it might be tempted to increase its exposure to equities. We know what that did to India’s most popular mutual fund in the late 1990s. UTI’s US-64 collapsed because it had made too many risky investments. Most of 20 crore small investors never recovered investments A few years ago, I was part of a jury to select the best businesses in India...

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'Education is a right, not privilege': IIMC students protest against high course fee

-Outlook India/ PTI Students say some of them have to leave the course midway because of the 'unaffordable' fees. Students of Indian Institute of Mass Communication on Tuesday agitated against the "unaffordable" fee structure, as the resistance against high cost of education spread from  Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University to its neighbouring Journalism school. The students have said that the administration has turned a "blind eye" to their issues. Please click here to read more....

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In the national media conference, media practitioners take pledge to uphold positive values in digital communications

-Press release of 4th All India Media Conference, dated 8 October, 2019 Udaipur, Oct. 8: More than 300 media practitioners, researchers, scholars and educationists from different states of India and from four foreign countries took a pledge to empower the underprivileged sections of society by ending the digital divide and create new opportunities to highlight the issues of common people, rural areas, landless labourers, malnourished children and farmers affected by climate...

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All India Media Conference 2019 will also organise walkathon in Udaipur for awareness on child rights

-Press release by All India Media Conference 2019   New Delhi, September 9, 2019: The fourth edition of All India Media Conference 2019 has come up with a new initiative to promote violence free childhood by organizing Walkathon at Udaipur, celebrating 30 years of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and 70 years of UNICEF India. A walkathon will be organised to highlight Violence-Free Childhood along the banks of...

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Lancet does what Indian media won't -GS Mudur

-The Telegraph 'The people of Kashmir need healing from the deep wounds of this conflict, not subjugation to further violence and alienation' If nature abhors a vacuum, so does Journalism. The Lancet, an international medical journal, has referred to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “prosperity” justification for the changes in Jammu and Kashmir and said the people there first need healing, not subjugation and alienation. The journal has also raised concerns about the mental...

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