Amazon has emerged as the largest online store in India in 2015, adding over 55,000 new products to its inventory per day
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5 Best Locations in India to Invest in Land.We all love the variety of different foods and tastes and festivals of all religions are mainly looked forward to for the sweets and savouries that will be specially prepared.
We have just as much love about the land we own. Investing in real estate has been a sweet spot for Indians for many decades. And land in particular, has always given positive returns, beating even other forms of real estate investment.
However, the key to making handsome returns on land purchase is to make the right choice of land. Locations with great growth potential or upcoming areas are ideal bets when you wish to purchase land.
Below are five such locales in India
Diamond Prices Aren’t Forever, but Gold May Gain Luster.The Chinese yuan stabilized Friday, as the country’s central bank nudged its currency valuation upward after three straight days of cuts in excess of 1 percent.
Still, the yuan isn’t expected to rise significantly anytime soon, and its lower valuation could spell trouble for international commodities markets.
Rare Footage Shows George Bush’s 1987 Visit to Monsanto, Uttering Seven Infamous Words That Would Change Everything.Proponents of genetically engineered crops would have you believe that we’ve been “modifying” foods for “thousands of years.”
But the truth is that these lab-created GMOs are far different from traditional hybrid crops and have only been around for a few decades.
And if not for intense lobbying on the part of St. Louis agrochemical giant Monsanto, GMOs might have never even seen the light of day in the United States.
In 1986, with countless millions at stake, four executives from the Monsanto Company paid a White House visit to a then-Vice President named George H.W. Bush with the goal of gaining an important ally in Washington.
Monsanto wanted to secure its spot on the “deregulation” bandwagon being driven by the Reagan administration at the time.
One year later, Bush took the bait and paid a visit to the company’s headquarters for a media event that included personal time with company scientists and reps.
Monsanto’s reps wanted Bush to help them get their dangerously untested GMOs to market, and pleaded with him (see the video below) to help make it happen.
What Bush said in response gave rise to a culture of blissful ignorance and irresponsibility that allowed Monsanto’s controversial “frankencrops” to spread virtually unopposed ever since.
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