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Should a small saver bear the burden of a bank’s mistakes?

The Indian government under Prime Minister Modi, and its proposed Financial Resolution and Deposit Insurance Bill (FRDI) 2017, is planning to change the resolution process in banks that have undergone financial distress, through a concept of bail in.

The Parliamentary panel is expected to submit its report to the Cabinet before the bill is tabled in Parliament, but it has not gone without generating a lot of debate.

What’s on the table?

Professor Krishnendu Ray is a scholar of nutrition and food at New York University, where he is an associate professor and department chair of food studies. Ray’s work explores the intersection of food, society and culture. Apart from featuring regularly in popular media, Ray has written numerous books. In 2012, he co-edited (with Tulasi Srinivas) Curried Cultures: Globalization, Food and South Asia.

At a time when a vitriolic political campaign to define what India eats is intensifying, let’s not overlook the wisdom in celebrating India’s diverse food palette.

You can love this strong-smelling bulb and salivate, or you can just find it overpowering. Either way, garlic is at the heart of the culinary conversation in India

Given that a majority of Indians consume meat, why is a democratically elected government trying to dictate what people should eat?

In West Bengal, those who left their homes in

Narayana A who is heading a project on the Karnataka Assembly elections is a former journalist and professor at Azim Premji University, Bengaluru. Hardnews spoke to him about the issues before the polls 

The complex history of the dining habits, etiquette, and preparations of food in Avadh showcases the mingling of

Joining the bandwagon opposing the Ministry of External Affairs decision to introduce ‘Orange’ passport to migrant workers, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Monday lashed out at the Centre and said such move will create an embarrassing situation for a vast section of people. 

Noting that the contradictory statements made by different members of Justice Loya's family raise a question mark on his death, the Congress today said there should be a High-Court monitored probe in the matter.

The leaders said that the rally was just the beginning of many such demonstrations to be held across the country

Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on January 7, said that no body could stop legal business of beef.

The meeting was organised

Bisphenol-A, which is regarded as an endocrine disrupting chemical is found in dense concentration in all receipts and prolonged exposure could adversely impact the health of men, women and children.

A recent report has revealed that your ATM slips, or your bills from your local grocery store, petrol-pump, or any other receipt could expose you to a toxic chemical ‘Bisphenol-A’ (BPA), which is an ‘Edocrine disrupting chemical’ which can cause irritation in the eyes and disturbances of the central nervous system.

In an unprecedented move, four judges of the Supreme Court of India raised their grave concerns about the state of judiciary and through it democracy in India

The US could "conceivably" remain party to the Paris climate agreement, President Donald Trump has said.