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    President polls 2022: 4,800 MPs, MLAs to elect India’s new President cakewalk for NDA’s Droupadi Murmu?

    President Election 2022:  Around 4,800 elected MPs (Customers of Parliament) and MLAs (Members of Legislative Assembly) will vote on Monday, July 18, 2022, to elect the 15th President of India, with NDA (Nationwide Democratic Alliance) candidate Droupadi Murmu getting a obvious edge above Opposition’s Yashwant Sinha as about 60 for every cent votes are anticipated to be solid in her favour.  The polling will just take spot in Parliament Dwelling and state legislative assemblies concerning 10 am and 5 pm for which ballot packing containers have currently reached their places.  President election consequence day: The counting of votes will consider put at Parliament Residence on July 21 and the upcoming President will…

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    Presidential Elections 2022: Why Droupadi Murmu’s candidature has still left TMC in a correct

    Trinamool Congress is strolling a tightrope on the candidature of NDA presidential nominee Droupadi Murmu, as it fears that heading all guns blazing in opposition to her could possibly alienate the tribal voters in West Bengal ahead of the panchayat elections following calendar year and the 2024 Lok Sabha polls. Tribals represent 7-8 for each cent of the state’s inhabitants, and are a choosing issue in 47 assembly seats and seven Lok Sabha constituencies distribute throughout the Junglemahal districts of Purulia, Paschim Medinipur, Bankura and Jhargram in southern Bengal and Jalpaiguri and Alipurduar in the north. The predicament in the TMC, which was instrumental in developing a consensus amongst non-BJP…

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    Letters to the Editor dated June 22, 2022

    Boosting the capital market Apropos ‘Time for caution’ (June 22), while the involvement of retail investors in the capital market is witnessing an upswing, it is important to protect their interests by improving their financial literacy . The steep rise in the Fed rate and the persisting war have affected both the global and domestic capital markets. Despite the good performance of India Inc, the price of equities in the secondary market has declined sharply due to the massive withdrawal of funds by Foreign Portfolio Investors. Consequently, it has created intense volatility in the market. Retail investors have suffered hefty losses, and gradual conversion of their equity investments into other…