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Any Time Money turns dear

Savings bank account holders are walking around with a long face these days. Weighed down by rising prices and stagnant salaries, they now have an additional headache to bear. Henceforth, they will not have the convenience of walking across to the friendly neighbourhood ATM (automated teller machine) to draw money

WTO to take up India’s demand for permanent food security solution

NEW DELHI: The World Trade Organisation is likely to begin deliberations on India’s key demand of a permanent solution for food security this week, marking a step forward in multilateral trade talks after the country indicated that it was ready to accept permanent peace clause offered by theUnited States and start

Denying legality to sex work in fact worsens the exploitation

In 1938, a book hit British stands and smugness — To Beg I Am Ashamed: A Frank and Unusual Autobiography by Sheila Cousins, a London prostitute. It was ghostwritten by Ronald Matthews, with considerable inputs from his more celebrated pub chum, Graham Greene. It was prematurely ejaculated from bookshops under