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Financial Apartheid

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Every year, millions of people around the world transition out of poverty with the help of tools that enable them to build more stable economic lives. At the same time, similar numbers continue to remain trapped in a cycle of poverty they are not able to escape. Similarly, millions of people are pushed back into […]

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The dos and don’ts of fermented foods

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I was fascinated by a recent story about fermented foods by my colleague Anahad O’Connor. The story explains the science of how six servings a day of fermented foods can lower inflammation and improve the diversity of your gut microbiome, which may lower your risk of chronic disease. But I wanted to know how to […]

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TIGER Alert – The Tracking Indexes for the Global Economic Recovery (TIGER)

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The Tracking Indexes for the Global Economic Recovery (TIGER) featured in the Financial Times have found that the world economy’s pullback from the short but very sharp Covid-19 recession appears in danger of stalling. Growth momentum is weakening across the world, particularly in the world’s two largest economies, the USA and China. Against the backdrop […]

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Gujarat: GUVNL to buy power at revised tariff till December

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AHMEDABAD: In a sign that the power crisis may not be over yet, the Gujarat government has allowed Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd to continue buying power from Tata Power and Adani Power at a higher tariff of Rs 4.5 per kilowatt-hour (kwh) for two more months. Coastal Gujarat Power Ltd , a subsidiary of […]

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