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Parliamentary panel predicted second Covid wave in November -Meghnad S The Standing Committee on Health highlighted shortages of medical oxygen and hospital beds. The government seems to have ignored its report. As the second wave of the pandemic rips through the country, the public is asking two big questions. How prepared was the government? Did it anticipate a crisis of this magnitude to hit India? Turns out, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Health and Family Welfare produced a report in which it...

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India's polity has shifted from hope to fear, and PM Modi knows it -Aman Sethi

-Hindustan Times The animating impulse of Indian politics, pundits of all stripes insist, is youthful aspiration: fearless young people throwing off the shackles of caste and class to Whatsapp their way to what the Prime Minister likes to call “vikas”. Parties like the Bharatiya Janta Party understand this, the argument goes, and are handsomely rewarded; the opposition doesn’t, and is doomed to failure. But a recent CSDS-KAS survey paints a rather different picture:...

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New bank licences: The contenders -Dinesh Unnikrishnan

-Live Mint A SWOT analysis of 24 companies that are drawing up plans for their entry into banking Mumbai: The deadline for applying for a banking licence expires on 1 July. At least two dozen companies, both in the private and public sectors, are busy drawing up plans for their entry into banking, being opened up again a decade after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) allowed the entry of two...

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NIA Floats Tender for Monitoring Media

-Outlook Seeking a SWOT analysis, the elite National Investigation Agency (NIA) is scouting for firms to monitor media reports of interest to the agency and give a feedback that could help improve its strategies. According to the tender floated by NIA which is available on its official website, firms have been asked to submit their bids by October 4 for "daily media monitoring" for its Director General and up to the level...

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Meet PM’s change agents-Amit Gupta

 Twenty-two newbie managers, fresh from B-schools across India, are raring to go. Only, they won’t make spreadsheets to sell soaps or fizzy drinks. From June, they will assist senior bureaucrats across 11 districts of Jharkhand where the Centre is funding uplift schemes. These managers — from IIT-Kharagpur, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS)-Mumbai, Visva-Bharti in Bengal’s Santiniketan, XISS-Ranchi, XLRI-Jamshedpur and others — are Prime Minister’s Rural Development Fellows in some of...

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