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How NSE server ‘manipulation’ led to “wrongful gains” for 1 company, “wrongful loss” for others

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Preferential access, split-second info advantage: How NSE servers were ‘compromised for gain’

CBI has arrested ex-NSE chief Chitra Ramakrishna in bourse manipulation case, for ‘sharing’ crucial and confidential info with an individual she called ‘Himalayan yogi’, reports Ananya Bhardwaj.

 

You thought petrol, diesel prices would soar after UP polls? This is why they have not

Two days after polling ended, fuel retailers who were widely expected to raise prices have kept them unchanged. Even surge in global crude prices hasn’t made an impact yet, reports Shubham Batra.

 

Quad differences out in the open, Biden & Kishida call for support but India stays silent

Quad leaders called a rushed meeting Thursday as the war raged on in Ukraine, leading to a swelling humanitarian catastrophe. US & Japan expressed vociferous support for Ukraine, reports Nayanima Basu.

 

How GST is killing small businesses with inspector raj and suffocating compliance

GST was supposed to create a unified market. The opposite is happening with small businesses being harassed with invoice and payments, writes Ritesh Kumar Singh.

 

Narendra Modi is going to be around for a long time. Get used to it

Political parties have access to better and more detailed polls than we do. But, except for the BJP, they hardly ever pay them the attention they deserve, writes Vir Sanghvi.

 

Vikram Sampath’s brutal targeting wasn’t academic activism. It was antithesis of restraint

Those who accuse Vikram Sampath of plagiarism must know that when academia is politicised, the biggest loser is academic integrity, writes Aseem Shukla.

 

Why the Modi-Shah BJP loses — 3 lessons for those asking if this BJP can be defeated at all

To beat BJP, you either deny it critical mass of Hindu vote or build a regional leader & party strong enough to protect their turf. And there’s a 3rd option too, writes Shekhar Gupta, in this weeks ‘National Interest’.

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