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NITI Aayog Vice-Chairman Rajiv Kumar on Wednesday hit back at former chief economic advisor (CEA) Arvind Subramanian for criticising the government’s Aatmanirbhar Bharat initiative, saying it effectively started during Subramanian’s tenure as CEA.
Subramanian, in a research paper co-authored with Pennsylvania State University professor Shoumitro Chatterjee, has said India should resist the misleading allure of domestic market and zealously boost exports.
“Very surprised to read @arvindsubraman’s co-authored piece this morning criticising #AtmanirbharBharat. It effectively started during his tenure as chief economic advisor which as he writes saw the highest increase in import tariffs in 2018 to nearly 18 per cent,” Kumar said.
The company had reported a net profit of Rs 95.30 crore in the September 2019 quarter, Den Networks said in a regulatory filing.
Its total income stood at Rs 378.81 crore, up 1.06 per cent during the quarter as against Rs 374.82 crore a year ago.
Den Networks’ total expenses were at Rs 338 crore as against Rs 365.27 crore, down 7.46 per cent.
Its revenue from cable distribution network was Rs 318.82 crore and from broadband services, Rs 18.84 crore.
Shares of Den Networks Ltd on Wednesday settled at Rs 85.75 on the BSE, down 3.43 per cent from the previous close.
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Amanaci used to roam freely around Brazil’s Pantanal region until an outbreak of fires in this paradise of biodiversity left the jaguar with scorched paws.
She was found two months ago sheltering in a chicken coop in Pocone in the central-western state of Mato Grosso, trying to flee the fires.
Since then Amanaci has become a symbol of the destruction of the planet’s largest tropical wetland caused by fires.
Suffering from third degree burns to her paws, she is now being treated with stem cells at the Nex Institute, an animal preservation NGO, some 1,000 kilometers from her natural habitat.
“Amanaci’s case really touched us. The injuries are horrible, she was left with exposed bones,” Cristina Gianni, who founded the Nex Institute, told AFP.
On Sunday, the institute’s vets took the sedated jaguar out of her cage and put her on a stretcher. They placed a mask over her eyes and removed her bandages to clean and treat her injuries, in which her flesh remains exposed.
“We started applying stem cells to stimulate the