All stories by PRASANNA D ZORE
How to invest in markets after Friday's BLOODBATHRediff.com1 days ago
'You can put 25 per cent right now; put another 25 per cent when Nifty corrects another 500 points.' 'At 13,500 put another 25 per cent and at 13,000 one can get fully deployed.'
Is Nifty headed towards 14,000 this week?Rediff.com1 days ago
'We are expecting lower levels in the week beginning March 1.'
Three reasons why the rupee fell on FridayRediff.com1 days ago
'It was because of the huge selloff in the Indian equities that the rupee fell so sharply against the dollar on Friday.'
'A disaster in the Himalayas can dent global economy'Rediff.com17 Feb 2021
'Half of China, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, which are among the most populous countries in the world, are dependent on the rivers and glaciers of the Himalayas for sustenance.'
Can more disasters happen in Uttarakhand?Rediff.com15 Feb 2021
'Above 2,000 metres the gradient of the Himalayas is very steep and if you build any infrastructure (roads, dams, hydro power projects) in these regions, it will not be able to sustain these events (the onslaught of debris that comes down with great speeds).'
'These disasters are unstoppable'Rediff.com15 Feb 2021
'Geological processes occur at time scales that are beyond human imagination, but we need to understand these events.'
'My Muslim-ness did not matter, my professional competence did'Rediff.com11 Feb 2021
At an online book release event, former vice president Hamid Ansari lays to rest the controversies surrounding his tenure.
'Rishiganga has been obliterated from the map'Rediff.com10 Feb 2021
While rescue efforts are on in full swing, the narrow tunnel and the massive slush that was brought down by the glacial flood are hampering rescue operations, confirm Swati Bhadauria, the district collector of Chamoli, and Yashwant Singh Chauhan, the superintendent of police.
'Economy needs animal spirits'Rediff.com9 Feb 2021
'Kindling the private sector's animal spirits is more important than focusing on how government can give jobs on its own.'
'Survival chance of those trapped is bleak'Rediff.com8 Feb 2021
'The 100-metre stretch from the opening of this tunnel is completely flooded with debris; the oxygen supply (through the pipes) too had gotten over and the chances of any survivors inside this tunnel are very bleak. Nobody has been able to talk to the people trapped inside'
'We fear 100-plus people are missing'Rediff.com8 Feb 2021
The SP of Chamoli district, which faced the brunt of the glacier break in Uttarakhand, provides insights about the rescue operations.
'This is government terrorism'Rediff.com6 Feb 2021
'There is nothing more this government can do now to break our agitation.' 'It has used all the tactics and has failed'
'2021 is the year of capital preservation'Rediff.com4 Feb 2021
'I have been advising investors since the last couple of months to at least take their capital out.' 'Most of the people have made 50-60 per cent in the market, if not more, they must at least take their capital out.'
'Government this time has said outright privatisation'Rediff.com4 Feb 2021
'They want (the ownership and management of PSU banks) to pass into the hands of a private sector entity.' 'Ownership of these banks will go from the public sector to private sector.'
'FM did nothing to create jobs, reduce inequality'Rediff.com2 Feb 2021
'I would want people to have food on their tables and their wages to rise.' 'Will that happen or not is the question that we need to ask and answer.'
'Soon there will be time to be greedy'Rediff.com1 Feb 2021
'It is going to be a buyers' market and you will get a good number of companies at reasonable valuations and that's when one has to be very greedy.'
'Such harassment of journalists will continue for times to come'Rediff.com1 Feb 2021
'No strong government (belonging to any party) likes to be held accountable (for their acts of commission and omission).' 'They just don't like anybody asking questions (of them).' 'This is the problem with strong governments.'
'An attempt to browbeat the media'Rediff.com30 Jan 2021
'It is a very clear case of an attempt to bend the media.'
Why did Rakesh Tikait cry?Rediff.com30 Jan 2021
'When a person is very furious, it does give way to tears.' 'It was in this emotional state of mind that he took a decision to not vacate the Ghazipur border without fearing the consequences.'
'Budget would have done a wonderful job, if...'Rediff.com29 Jan 2021
'If the Union Budget can provide incentives for animal spirits to come as well as induce demand stimulus and consumption, the Budget would have done a wonderful job.'