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Globalisation in retreat

It is being challenged by a nationalist politics. But a nationalist economics is unlikely to take its place

Globalisation is here to stay, we proved sceptics wrong: Manmohan Singh

Globalisation is here to stay and those who were sceptical about the success of India's "new policies" 25 years ago have been proven wrong, said former prime minister Manmohan Singh.

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Globalisation in question

It was undergirded by a set of meta-assumptions, all of which are now being contested.

‘Globalisation stimulates new thinking’

Globalisation is the process in which different countries trade their goods with each other to improve their economy.

Smoke and markets

Globally accepted norms of transparency in financial assessments are needed

'Good things' from globalisation should be accepted: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat

Bhagwat said many new things come up in the era of globalisation,and disappear quickly too.

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Language puritans fear 'Chinglish' corrupting Mandarin

English has become more popular in China as almost all schools offer some level of coaching.

Falling birth rates hit school enrolment in Karnataka

There is also a declining trend in the State in growth rates of population in the 15-18 age category.

The morbid story of suicides in India

India’s tryst with economic globalisation began firmly from the 1990s onwards.

Allahabad University offers D.Phil in 7-yr integrated course

Programme on 'Globalisation and Development Studies' will entitle an undergraduate student to a DPhil degree at the end of the course.

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