What Next for India PLC?

BY RAKESH SHAH Inflation is showing signs of deceleration in the Indian economy as retail inflation dropped to 6.77 per cent in October from 7.41 per cent in September. As consumer prices are decreasing in basket of essential commodities, inflation is expected to go downward in upcoming months. Despite slowdown, inflation is still hovering above the target set by Reserve Bank of India. RBI had … Continue reading What Next for India PLC?

Indian Lamb with Spiced Pumpkin

Ingredients: 8 lamb cutlets 150ml tub natural yogurt 1 tsp ground coriander 1 tsp turmeric small bunch coriander, chopped juice and zest 1 lemon naan bread, to serve For the pickle 750g chunk squash, peeled and chopped into 2cm pieces 1 tbsp sunflower oil 2 onions, chopped thumb-size piece ginger, chopped 1 green chilli, halved 2 tsp black or brown mustard seeds 1 tsp ground … Continue reading Indian Lamb with Spiced Pumpkin

Pride in Sunak

BY CSMI STAFF WRITER As more than a billion Hindus around the world this week observed Diwali, “the festival of lights,” the appointment of one of their own as British prime minister offered a second cause for celebration. Sunak, a former British Chancellor and a practising Hindu, won the race to lead the Conservative Party on Monday and was officially appointed prime minister by King … Continue reading Pride in Sunak

Sacral Notes

BY DR KAUSTAV BHATTACHARYYA GURU OF INDIAN ‘GREEN REVOLUTION’ IN THE SHRINE OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES Professor MS Swaminathan is synonymous with ‘Green Revolution’ in turn solving the food production problem thus making India self-reliant in feeding its population. Recently Professor Swaminathan’s archives were released in a ceremonial function at the NCBS, National Center for Biological Sciences as part of its Science Archives.  NCBS was one … Continue reading Sacral Notes