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Kejriwal and the rise of the urban ‘non-poor’

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BusinessLine Much has been written and analysed about the stunning victory of the Aam Aadmi Party in the recently concluded elections to the Delhi Assembly. Arvind Kejriwal proved that he is no one-off giant-killer, nearly repeating his 2015 clean sweep, baggi... More »

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Menominee, language death and why we must rise

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BusinessLine Who’s Menominee, for starters? Well, the Menominee is a Native American tribe officially recognised by the US government, and the people live in Wisconsin and speak Menominee, the language their tribe is named after. In their tongue, Menominee mea... More »

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The quixotic rise of the Far Right

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BusinessLine What to make of the result of last weekend’s Swedish election that saw the ruling Social Democrats returned to power, albeit on one of their worst electoral results on record? The Social Democrats won just over 28 per cent of the vote, and their p... More »

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Palm oil futures may test support levels, rise

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BusinessLine Malaysian palm oil futures ended lower on Monday, tracking weakness in other markets. Lower exports and higher production expectation weighed on prices. The benchmark third-month November contract moved lower again failing to capitalise on recent ... More »

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Palm oil futures will consolidate, rise

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BusinessLine Malaysian palm oil futures edged up on Monday evening tracking strength in related edible oils and charting a second straight session of gains. Rising production and stocks continue to weigh on market sentiment. Exports of Malaysian palm oil produ... More »

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Palm oil futures rise, test support levels

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BusinessLine September 18, 2017: Malaysian palm oil futures ended lower on Monday marking the third straight session of losses, tracking weakness in related edible oils and as a stronger ringgit weighed on the market. CPO active month December futures are movi... More »