He said that ending the pandemic depends on having the possibility to vaccinate as quickly as possible the population all over the world.
The Queer Take: Move aside Marie Kondo; the objects in my life serve as milestones along a wayward path
The objects that populate my house have become like milestones to trace the wayward path of my life so far. In all my queer friends' houses, you can lift up any object and they will be able to tell you the story behind it. And they will even tell the tale with style. It is because these materials are invested with meaning for them, for me, for each of us.
Through an agreement signed between the RBI and Government of India as on 20 February 2015, RBI decided to adopt a ‘modern monetary policy framework’ with the objective to ‘primarily maintain price stability, while keeping in mind the objective of growth.’
As onion, tomato prices shoot up in UP, Yogi Adityanath govt orders crackdown on hoarders, black marketers
Yogi Adityanath on Thursday asked officials to crack down on hoarders and black marketers who were responsible for the escalation of prices of onions and tomatoes in the market.
The Madras High Court has banned all authorities in the state from erecting banners that use photographs of people who are alive
Dal prices rose to a record high of Rs 210 per kg sending the government into fire fighting mode. About 36,000 tonnes of pulses have been recovered from hoarders and this will be pushed into the market to cool prices.
The AAP government on Tuesday removed from several areas posters and hoardings in which it had taken a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Thursday clarified that he had never supported black marketing by small traders.
Farmers and traders hereare concerned over the government decision to bring onion under the Essential Commodities Act.
Imagine a company that is the largest distributor of a product in a country. Its cost of inputs and the price at which it sells the product are fixed by the government. The company all of a sudden changes tack and starts eyeing profits. It wants to invest in improving efficiency. In short, this is the Food Corporation of India's (FCI) predicament today.<br />
On July 4, the Centre had decided to amend the law to make hoarding a non-bailable offence to check food inflation. The decision was taken at a meeting of state food and consumer affairs ministers.<br />
This delay in rainfall has led to a 51% annual decline in the sowing of kharif crops. This means there will be an impact on their production which is likely to lead to inflation.
Asserting that there was no cause for panic as there were sufficient food stocks, the government blamed hoarding and speculative trading on the basis of reports of weak monsoon for the rise in prices of commodities like onion and potato and asked states to crack down on hoarders.<br />
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said there is "no panic situation" and asked the states to take measures to crackdown on hoarding and black marketing to rein in prices.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh today directed massive crackdown against hoarding of essential commodities including onion and potatoes in Delhi and asked the administration to take steps to control price rise.
Blaming hoarders for soaring food prices, Union Food and Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said that the Centre will not tolerate such practices.
The UPA got food inflation into an intractable mess. Jaitley can reverse its policies. He could make a start by releasing excess food stocks held by the government to bring down open market prices.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday asked states to take effective steps against "speculative hoarding."
The validity of stock limits on paddy and rice was to have expired this month. <br /><br />
Farmers - the onion producers who make a healthy profit in a short-supply scenario by selling at higher prices are analogous to developers who look to book returns from their projects by ensuring that buyer demand is always chasing lower availability.