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UGC NET Economics Answer Key 2017 Download at www.cbsenet.nic.in

UGC NET Economics Answer Key 2017 Download at www.powergridindia.com: Dear Students, UGC NET written examination is conducts by Central Board of Secondary Education on 22 January 2017 at various examination canters.  So those applicants who are fil...
by admit card on Jan 13, 2017

Whose Story?

What really happened? I grew up thinking that reading history gave the answer to that question. In fact, it is a viewpoint that I still struggle against. You see, historians try to marshal as many facts as they can to … Continue reading →...

Solstice Blues

The relief is so real that you can feel it with your fingers. Or brushing your cheek. The feeling of being done with another semester, and knowing you’ve got some time for recovery after the intensity of going flat-out for … Continue reading...

Top 50 Latest GK Notes 2016 Important for Bank Examinations

Top 50 Latest GK Notes 2016 Important for Bank Examinations Welcome on our site. Here we have update a very... The post Top 50 Latest GK Notes 2016 Important for Bank Examinations appeared first on gkquestionbank.com.
by gkquestionbank on Nov 10, 2016

Jeffersonian vs. Hamiltonian Thought in Practice - A Special Election Article

Today's the end of another election cycle (yay!). I don't care who voted for whom. I haven't for a while. What I care about is why anyone voted for whichever candidate. It used to be that people knew why they voted. Perhaps I'm idealizing the past a...
by Clio's Lessons on Nov 8, 2016

A Very Short List of Materials to Help Establish Foundational Principles

A Very Short List of Materials to Help Establish Foundational PrinciplesAmerican History     Conceived in Liberty Book     Founding Fathers Guide to the Constitution Book     Politically Inc...
by Clio's Lessons on Nov 8, 2016

Russia and Saudi Arabia announce deal on oil

Russia and Saudi Arabia have announced a deal to cooperate in efforts to stabilize oil prices but failed to agree on a production freeze plan.Russia and Saudi Arabia say they have reached a deal to "act together" to try to stabilize oil prices. ...

Kuwait MPs to grill government over increase in fuel prices

Kuwait’s MPs are preparing to grill the government over a plan to increase fuel prices.Kuwait’s media say the country’s parliamentarians are preparing to grill the government for an unpopular decision to increase fuel prices.This follows earlie...

Iranian Middle East Bank, Parsian Bank and Sina Bank plan to open branches in Munich

Three Iranian banks plan to open branches in Munich, Germany.German media say three Iranian banks plan to open branches in Munich in the near future in what is expected to help stimulate business ties between the two countries. The Muenchne...

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman discuss oil market

Russia says the country’s President Vladimir Putin has met Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman met in China to discuss a proposed oil supply freeze deal. (File)Russia and Saudi Arabia have discussed the latest oil market situation in...

UAE’s fastest-growing and most popular emirate Dubai to build new district with $20bn

Dubai Holding says it plans to build a new district in the city through an investment of $20 billion.The UAE’s fastest-growing and most popular emirate Dubai has announced an ambitious plan to build a new district with an estimated investment of $2...

India, Iran shipping lines reviving joint venture

This undated photo shows an SCI ship approaching a port.India’s largest carrier says it plans to revive a four-decade-old joint venture with the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL). Shipping Corp of India (SCI) is making the most o...

60 US lawmakers want planned arms sale to Saudi Arabia delayed

Smoke rises from the site of a Saudi-led air strike in Sana'a, Yemen, August 30, 2016. (Reuters)A bipartisan group of 60 American lawmakers has penned a letter to President Barack Obama seeking to delay the planned sale of $1.15 billion in arms and o...

Indian Oil Corp. (IOC) raises Iran oil imports, pays debt

Indian Oil Corp has dramatically raised crude oil import from Iran.Iran’s crude sales to Indian Oil Corp. (IOC) has risen four folds, reflecting the country’s success in raising exports in order to claw back its market share after the lifting of...

Saudi Arabia's drastic measures to alleviate financial crisis failing

Oil sales account for almost 80 percent of Saudi Arabia's revenues.Saudi Arabia’s drastic measures to alleviate its cash crunch through loosening lending rules and direct money injections are reportedly doing little to solve the country's worst fin...

French President Francois Hollande urges EU to end economic bans against Russia

French President Francois Hollande gestures as he addresses French ambassadors at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, August 30, 2016. ©AFPFrench President Francois Hollande has called for an end to European Union sanctions against Russia over the c...

New study named Kuwait worst expat destination

Kuwait has been named in a new survey as the world’s worst destination for expats.A new study has named Kuwait as the worst place for expats to live in the world for 2016 – the third consecutive year the country has been given the low rating.The...

US ‘terrorizing’ Europe into avoiding and shunning business with Iran

US Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) oversees the implementation of American sanctions.A senior Iranian official says the US is terrorizing the Europeans into shunning business with Iran despite the lifting of sanctions under a lan...

Iran, Armenia to create free trade zone

Armenia’s Minister of Economy Artsvik Minasyan says Tehran and Yerevan are working on a plan to create a free trade zone between the two countries.Armenia says it is working on a plan with Iran to create a free economic zone between the two countri...

World’s biggest pension fund posts historic loss

Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) has posted a huge loss of $52 billion for April to June.Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) – the world’s biggest pension fund – has posted a huge loss of $52 billion for...
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