Covid-19: India Lifts Ban on hydroxychloroquine export
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Covid-19: India Lifts Ban on hydroxychloroquine export

India’s export ban covered Hydroxychloroquine as well.Why is the US demanding to lift the ban? They say ‘A friend in need is a friend indeed’ and this indeed is a true definition of a friend. Friendship is defined not by favorable times but by adverse situations, which can make the bond of friendship stronger or can break it completely. It also depends on when these adverse situations arrive as in at what stage of friendship, early or late. We don’t tend to educate you regarding the philosophy behind friendship, but this is important to understand the current state of relations between India and the US.

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Crude oil: Price war vs Global Demand
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Crude oil: Price war vs Global Demand

US President says that Crude Oil price war may be over.But, what’s exactly going on with oil and oil producers? There’s a basic difference between a ‘need’ and a ‘want’. Needs are necessities that are required no matter what. On the other hand wants are not necessities but, considered by the individual as a necessity. So to understand, wants are like ‘you don’t need but still you want them’. Here we are not trying to teach you a lesson of psychology but drawing your attention towards crude oil. A lot of drama has been going around crude oil for the last few weeks. There is a price war going on which led to the decrease in oil prices to 18-year low! But now this war may end soon and prices would be back on track. Thanks to Coronavirus. But, this drama was shown the world something that they had not expected. Read on.

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Reality of Coronavirus Test in India: Covid-19 Update
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Reality of Coronavirus Test in India: Covid-19 Update

Confirmed Coronavirus cases in India is still less than many other countries. Is it because of lesser tests being conducted? Besides being the largest bird, Ostrich is also known for its special characteristic to ignore adversity. And the way it does that is even more weird. Whenever an Ostrich senses trouble, it buries its head under the sand (or in the ground if possible) and this way it feels safe. The key here is that the trouble isn’t actually going away but the Ostrich is feeling safe although it actually isn’t. Is this safe for the Ostrich? Not at all!

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Yes Bank Update- Know About 3 Years Lock-in
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Yes Bank Update- Know About 3 Years Lock-in

Yes Bank investors are now facing a three-year lock-in period. What’s going on? When a new animal is brought to a zoo, it has to stay there for a certain period. Whether the animal is uncomfortable or it’s enjoying its stay there, it doesn’t have an option to exit. We had never thought that this phenomenon could be applied to human beings as well. But, this has been imposed upon a group of investors who have now been virtually locked down with their investment and won’t be able to exit for next three years. We’re talking about those who have invested in Yes Bank. The rescue plan for the reconstruction of ailing Yes Bank has been introduced with a twist. A three-year minimum lock-in period has been imposed on the shareholders who hold more than 100 shares of Yes Bank (to an extent of 75 percent of their holdings).

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Reasons Behind Stock Market Crash 2020
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Reasons Behind Stock Market Crash 2020

Market crashed wildly due to Coronavirus. What exactly happened? More than half of the global population doesn’t know how to swim though it is a life skill, according to a report. That’s a problem but there’s more to it. It has been scientifically proven that more than the deep waters, it’s the panic that kills people. Whenever a person gets stuck in water and has no other option but to swim, in most of the cases it so happens that the person starts panicking and assuming that he/she will die. Because of this, the person reduces his chance of survival and dies. This shows how important sentiment could be. Sentiment is one of the most prominent factors that led to the recent stock market crash. Not in the long term, but sentiment does affect the market in the short term. And that extent has been shown in the recent market crash. That sentiment could be compared with the panic that we mentioned earlier.

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Crude Oil Price : Why Prices are Falling
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Crude Oil Price : Why Prices are Falling

The 3 basic needs of humankind that include food, shelter and clothes have evolved over time and now, few more things have been added to this list like electricity, internet etc. This is at an individual level. However, if you consider an entire nation then fulfilling these needs is almost impossible without one thing and that’s crude oil. Crude oil doesn’t affect our life directly but it’s an indirect basic need of our life. This basic need was controlled by a global cartel called OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) along with Russia & US till now. Whenever a government was questioned about rising oil prices, it blamed the international oil prices. But, the nation never questioned that why can’t these prices be controlled at an international level? But now the things have changed with Saudi Arabia breaking the cartel and engaging in a price war.

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All About the Yes Bank Crash
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All About the Yes Bank Crash

Yes Bank is in doldrums. But, how has it managed to do this? Read and find out below. Imagine you visit a fight club and see that two fighters are ready for a bout.

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Cryptocurrency
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Cryptocurrency's Ban Lifted: The Road Ahead

It’s ‘Crypto’ in the House! Supreme Court has lifted the ban on cryptocurrency trading. What does this mean exactly? Read and find out below

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Indian Q3 GDP Growth Rate: What to Expect?
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Indian Q3 GDP Growth Rate: What to Expect?

Q3 GDP growth rate figures have been released. But, what do they imply?  In the last few years, Indian Cricket team has seen numerous nail-biting finishes due to strategy implemented by MS Dhoni.

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Expect a Surprise with H&M and Sabyasachi Collaboration
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Expect a Surprise with H&M and Sabyasachi Collaboration

H&M will be selling Sarees in its stores from this April. What prompted H&M to do this and what’s the plan? Read and find out in today’s article

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Cornonavirus Impact on India
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Cornonavirus Impact on India's Industries

Coronavirus is still killing people. But, how has it affected Indian industries? Read and find out in today’s article

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What’s the Reality Behind Sonbhadra Gold Mine?
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What’s the Reality Behind Sonbhadra Gold Mine?

We Indians simply love gossiping. Be it about any topic or with any person, we just love talking about things (even if we don’t know an iota of it). Although, none of us may agree with this but deep inside we know that it’s true. There’s a game called Chinese Whisper that you might have probably played as a child. In this, a group of people form a queue and the first person whispers something in the ear of the next person. The next person then passes on the whisper to the person next in queue and this goes on. Finally, the last person reveals what he/she heard in the whisper.

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Hypershorts- Zee
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Hypershorts- Zee's Alternative to TikTok

More than 14 percent people in the world are killing time. Well, that’s not a very serious problem, you would say. But, the problem is that a Chinese app is being used to kill time on the name of entertainment, which is reportedly collecting and misusing people’s data.

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The Story of Diamond, De Beers and Love
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The Story of Diamond, De Beers and Love

Did you make the right decision in purchasing a diamond? How did De Beers Monopoly affect you? Read in this Valentine’s Day Special blog.

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Will RBI’s New Monetary Policy Change Economic Weather?
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Will RBI’s New Monetary Policy Change Economic Weather?

RBI’s latest policy announcements are making news. What are they implicating exactly? Read and find out below

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Air India Sale: Tata Group Bidding Strategically
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Air India Sale: Tata Group Bidding Strategically

Once upon a time there lived a man named Jamshed who owned a large scale business. Jamshed was in his early thirties, doing well in life and had his future plans sorted as well. So, he got married. Two years later he was blessed with a son.

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 Economic Impact of the Indian Premier League
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Economic Impact of the Indian Premier League

Indian Premier League is round the corner.What are the financial aspects related to it? A few months down the line Indians would compete with each other to prove their dominance and for this, they’ll take help from the foreigners too. This would take place as a festival of sorts. People will support their states instead of the country. And, we’ll witness a distorted form of the ‘Gentleman’s Game’ in the form of an extravaganza. Indian Premier League (IPL) which is casually referred to as ‘Cricketainment’ will start by the end of March. And, since it is not just about Cricket but more of entertainment, it will bring with itself some repercussions that are not truly aligned with the spirit of the game. Besides this, the economics of IPL churns in millions and billions of rupees.

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Union Budget 2020: Highlights, Analysis & Opinion
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Union Budget 2020: Highlights, Analysis & Opinion

Union Budget 2020 was presented by our FM. Did it meet our expectations? A man resided in a desert along with his Camel. The conditions that were already harsh were slowly getting worse, and it was tough for both of them to sustain. The camel had faithfully serviced his master for long so, it had high hopes that the master would take good care of it. Finally, a day came when they had to start their journey in order to shift to the nearest city. Before starting the long journey, the camel had to eat in bulk and the Camel expected a satiating treat. But, alas! The man offered some Cumin seeds (Jeera in Hindi) to the camel and started the journey. Now imagine the desert as economy, the man as the government and the camel as common people.

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