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2020-10-24 19:31:00| The Economic Times

Other countries and cities which announced similar bans on single-use plastic have pushed these deadlines in the wake of the pandemic. India, too, might do so. But environmentalists point out that first a plan needs to be in place to implement the phasing-out. The Centre is currently reviewing comments to draft guidelines for a uniform framework.

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2020-10-24 19:31:00| The Economic Times

"A lot of the bans that states have introduced are really simple to enforce. You could start by banning plastic cutlery simple things like that. These can be enforced. And if there is a nationwide ban, it will be easier to enforce. The government can do it."

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2020-10-24 19:30:00| The Economic Times

The NDA is banking on Modis campaign. When the PM takes the campaign in his hands and addresses the people alongside Nitish, the narrative will change and people may feel that he is better than the loot-khasot-ki-sarkar of the opposition, says Sanjay Kumar, director, CSDS.

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2020-10-24 18:07:07| Telegraph Business



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2020-10-24 18:00:29| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news

Small firms are borrowing big sums to survive. They must be given the option of a debt-for-equity swap with the TreasuryBritain is sleepwalking into a debt crisis that will undermine its prospects of a sustainable recovery.Its not the debts of the government that are at issue; it is the monumental amount of borrowing by the private sector, much of it from the Treasury, that will hang like a dead weight on the shoulders of thousands of businesses, possibly for a decade. Continue reading...

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2020-10-24 18:00:00| Telegraph Business



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2020-10-24 17:23:47| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news

Growing number of NHS hospitals continue to block attendance at antenatal scans and during labourWhen Jess and Patrick discovered they were expecting their first baby in the new year, they looked forward to an early glimpse of their unborn child via an ultrasound scan.But the couple, who live in the north-west of England, were soon told that Patrick would not be able to attend any antenatal appointments, including routine scans at 12 and 20 weeks. When their baby begins its journey into the world, Patrick will be permitted to join Jess only when labour is fully established, and he must leave an hour after delivery. He will not be able to visit his new family in hospital again. Continue reading...

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2020-10-24 17:00:27| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news

No 10 and the mayor are at loggerheads over how to fill a hole in the capitals transport budget. But is it a 2bn game of bluff?In its 17 years of operation, the London congestion charge had become a relatively uncontroversial fact of life; few motorists now assert the right to travel for free into the crowded eight square miles at the heart of the capital city.But now that zone could be expanded far and wide: right out to the orbital roads that ring the inner boroughs the North and South Circular used by hundreds of thousands of cars a day. Continue reading...

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2020-10-24 15:50:08| The Economic Times

Vaishali (Bihar) [India], October 24 (ANI) Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday said that 'Lalten yug' has come to an end in the state and his government brought electricity to every house in the state.

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2020-10-24 15:46:18| Telegraph Business



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