Nina Turner: “What the People Want”

Only one presidential candidate has consistently challenged the establishment and fought for the working class. Nina Turner explains why there’s no substitute for Bernie. Nina Turner takes the stage to stump for Sen. Bernie Sanders during the 2020 campaign kickoff at Brooklyn College on March 2, 2019 in Brooklyn, New York. Nina Turner — national cochair … Read moreNina Turner: “What the People Want”

Building a Bolivia for the Next Generation

In today’s election, Evo Morales is running for another term as Bolivian president, after almost fourteen years of sweeping economic and democratic reforms. But his Movement for Socialism is also handing power to young Bolivians to keep the revolution going. Adriana Salvatierra, president of the Senate of Bolivia. (UN Women / Flickr) Sunday’s election will … Read moreBuilding a Bolivia for the Next Generation

Immigrant Owner-Developer (Kailas) of Collapsed New Orleans Hotel Hid from Local News Reporters who Previously Helped Send Son to Jail for Fraud

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tallest_buildings_in_New_Orleans New Orleans has many high-rises. But, they pre-date the arrival of Kailas Companies, which was created by an immigrant from India in 1990. So, it’s not like New Orleans couldn’t build a high-rise. This collapse is very problematic, because unless the United States starts restricting immigration, rather than expanding it, the entire country needs … Read moreImmigrant Owner-Developer (Kailas) of Collapsed New Orleans Hotel Hid from Local News Reporters who Previously Helped Send Son to Jail for Fraud

Soaking the Rich Is a Great Start — But It’s Not Enough

We should be clear about what it will take to fund a decent welfare state: not just soaking the rich, but raising taxes across the board — so everyone can have the basics for the good life. Scenery at the Hamptons Magazine fall issue celebration. (Mark Sagliocco / Getty Images) It’s become near-consensus on the … Read moreSoaking the Rich Is a Great Start — But It’s Not Enough

All houses being constructed under PMAY (U) will be occupied by beneficiaries by 2021: Puri

The minister said the government has so far sanctioned around 90 lakh houses which are being funded by the ministry and the number will go up to 1.12 crore houses in six months, a target set under the PMAY(U). He exuded confidence that the Modi government will achieve the target well before the deadline of … Read moreAll houses being constructed under PMAY (U) will be occupied by beneficiaries by 2021: Puri

Govt likely to float bids for Air India sale next month

The government is planning to invite preliminary bids for 100 per cent stake sale in Air India next month and already some entities have expressed interest in the national carrier, sources said. The airline is sitting on a debt pile of around Rs 58,000 crore, besides huge accumulated losses running into thousands of crores. Please … Read moreGovt likely to float bids for Air India sale next month

Latin America’s Pink Tide Isn’t Over

In today’s Bolivian election, Evo Morales is running for a historic fourth term as president. Vice President Álvaro García Linera spoke to Jacobin about how their Movement for Socialism can make their revolution permanent — and stop the rise of the far right in Latin America. Bolivian vice president Álvaro García Linera (left) with President … Read moreLatin America’s Pink Tide Isn’t Over

Disney IT Worker Testifies About Training His Foreign Replacement

AMERICANS CALL CONGRESS! FOREIGNERS ARE CALLING CONGRESS! https://www.usa.gov/elected-officials STOP S386 (aka Mike Lee’s INDIA FIRST ACT). STOP S2603 DURBIN’S “RELIEF” FOR IMMIGRANTS ACT; KEEP PER COUNTRY GREEN CARD CAPS. KEEP PER COUNTRY FAMILY JOINING CAPS STOP ANY BILL WHICH INCREASES GREEN CARDS. Educate yourselves about immigration-population and the environment: https://www.numbersusa.com (See written testimony after this … Read moreDisney IT Worker Testifies About Training His Foreign Replacement

Two-wheeler exports rise 4 per cent in April-Sep; Bajaj Auto leads the pack

Two-wheeler dispatches, including motorcycles, scooters and mopeds, stood at 17,93,957 units in the first half of the current fiscal, as compared to 17,23,280 units in the same period of 2018-19. Scooter exports during the period under review stood at 2,01,277 units, down 10.87 per cent from 2,25,821 units in the April-September period of 2018-19. Please … Read moreTwo-wheeler exports rise 4 per cent in April-Sep; Bajaj Auto leads the pack

Reliance says on track to produce gas from newer fields by mid-2020

These finds were expected to bring a total 30-35 million cubic metres (1 billion cubic feet) of gas a day onstream, phased over 2020-22. The three sets of discoveries are R-Cluster, Satellite Cluster and MJ field. R-Cluster will be first to come on stream. “On track for gas from R-Cluster in mid-2020,” Reliance said in … Read moreReliance says on track to produce gas from newer fields by mid-2020

Insurance ads should not mislead: Irdai

Regulator Irdai has asked insurers to ensure that advertisements of insurance products are clear and do not convey a fabricated sense of security to prospective customers. The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (Irdai) in a circular on ‘insurance advertisements’ has prescribed dos and don’ts for insurance companies to comply with. Please follow and … Read moreInsurance ads should not mislead: Irdai

FPIs pour in Rs 5,072 cr into Indian capital markets in October so far

In the preceding month, FPIs had invested a net Rs 6,557.8 crore in the domestic capital markets (both equity and debt). This came following net outflows in July and August. As per the latest depositories data, foreign investors put in a net sum of Rs 4,970 crore in equities and a net Rs 102 crore … Read moreFPIs pour in Rs 5,072 cr into Indian capital markets in October so far