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Apple CEO Tim Cook in the company’s recent investor earnings call after Q1 results, I will undertake a similar exercise tomorrow. The All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) hasmeanwhileannounced to launch a Sikh Insaaf Lehar in the wake of police firing on Panthic bodies last Saturday AISSF and Sikhs For Justice president Karnail Singh Peer Mohammed said they would hold a march from Gurdwara Alamgir Sahib to Lohara village on December 14adding that similar marches would be held all over Punjab in the coming days and called upon the Sikh youths to participate in them For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: July 31 2017 10:11 pm While choosing furniture go for multifunctional ones That’s the best you can do to make the most of your small space (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News If you are living in a small home or are planning to shift to a studio apartment make the most out of the space by choosing the right colour schemes decor and furniture say experts Surabhi Mittal founder RevivedbySurabhi and Purba Kalita co-founder SaleBhaicom share some decor ideas to get the most out of small space * Opt for hidden storages: In a small apartment visible storages such as cabinets baskets and boxes may make your space look cluttered The ideal solution would be to opt for hidden storages The key is making use of all the empty spaces such as the crawl space underneath the stairs empty space under the bed or even the gaps beneath the floor boards * Invest in multifunctional furniture: While choosing furniture go for multifunctional ones That’s the best you can do to make the most of your small space For instance look for a storage ottoman that can be replaced as a coffee table or opt for a foldable dining table Do not pick bulky furniture that may make your rooms look cramped and cluttered Choose furnishings of the right size and the ones that lighten up the space * Go for big art pieces: Are you too keen to adorn those empty walls of your room with paintings or other personalised designs Well the idea should be to create an illusion of something bigger in a small area You can choose a piece of art that also creates a division to your apartment or for a particular corner or a wall Instead of hanging three to four small frames on a wall exaggerate the photo prints to give more depth to your wall * Give your floors a makeover with the right carpet: When it comes to home décor it makes sense to start from the bottom Stark bare floorings can be given a new life with the perfect carpet Depending on your taste — the flamboyant Rajasthani the eclectic Indo-Tibetan or the luxurious silk — there are varieties of coverings to choose from * Create a cosy corner: It can be anywhere — the living room the bedroom or even the terrace balcony Just choose a bright corner of any part of the house Add a colourful cotton rug throw some pillows a lamp (go for something unique such as marble) a handful of tabletops and a bright painting on the wall to tie it all together For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Harish Damodaran | Published: September 19 2015 12:00 am Forging Capitalism in Nehru’s India Top News Forging Capitalism in Nehru’s India Nasir Tyabji Oxford University Press 202 pages Rs 591 India’s capitalist class has historically arisen from the bazaar Our businessmen have also since medieval times been known for their various trading and financial innovations — from the hundi (an indigenous bill of exchange-cum-mobile credit and long-distance remittance facility) and goladari (warehouse receipt financing) to fatka (futures) and teji-mandi (put and call options) contracts The same creativity has been seen even in more recent times in various rotating savings-and-credit funds (chits nidhis and kuries) and the stratagem of selling pan masala and shampoo in sachets The flip side of the bazaar supplying the basis for capital accumulation however has been the businessman’s general detachment from the production process itself Unlike moneylending or buying and selling of commodities — which merely redistribute value already in existence — it is production in factories and farms and innovation in laboratories that really create new value and products But given that businessmen in India’s time-honoured caste system were predominantly recruited from the Vaishya or mercantile order within the varna vyavastha production was never in their DNA so to speak The Shudra and Dalit castes responsible for actual production on the other hand did not possess the capital to progress beyond being artisan-entrepreneurs The end-result was that a true industrial capitalist class couldn’t emerge as the mainstream Vaishya businessmen — the only ones with money and capital — found it more expedient to allocate their resources for trading usury and speculation in the bazaar The present book is interesting not for stating the obvious — the Indian business class’ largely merchant/moneylending/speculative origins that made it less inclined to invest in industry research and other long-gestation projects That even the industrial ventures of the old Bania-Marwari conglomerates weren’t independent of their larger trading financial and speculative interests is an established fact The surpluses from industrial concerns were often indeed diverted to non-industrial activities and other group firms — so much so that adequate provision wasn’t made for depreciation of equipment leave alone technological upgradation and modernisation The author Nasir Tyabji is equally right in emphasising the role of the managing agency system which allowed promoters to float joint-stock companies and run them the way they chose to with all the advantages that limited liability conferred: until 1913 Indian companies weren’t required to even have a board of directors while it was only in 1936 that a clause mandating managing agents to be appointed by shareholders’ resolution was introduced Tyabji’s real focus though is on the post-Independence Nehruvian period that he claims was notable for attempting social engineering in order to “nurture the development of entrepreneurs with a truly ‘industrial’ frame of mind” Integral to this was administrative coercion along with policy measures for “extending the time horizons of the business community” and “transformation of a class of merchant-usurers into industrialists” Now there’s no doubt — and this is something even scholars like Pulapre Balakrishnan have pointed out — that economic policymaking had some amount of ‘integrity’ during the Nehruvian era with the state being relatively independent of corporate and other special interests unlike today Also it’s true that unethical business behaviour and profiteering by Indian capitalists during World War II followed by rampant bazaar speculation and evidence of financial manipulation as revealed by the investigations into the operations of Haridas Mundhra and the Dalmia-Jain group did not particularly endear the business class to the general public It led to a series of actions — including removal of tax rebate eligibility on company reserves not utilised for upgradation of plant/machinery and steps culminating in the abolition of the managing agency system in 1970 But whether these measures — extensively documented by Tyabji based on Jawaharlal Nehru’ private papers among other things — amounted to ‘social engineering’ is a moot point Controls on reserves with a view to discourage their ‘non-industrial’ utilisation or abolishing managing agencies to make companies purportedly board-managed entities accountable to shares hardly helped in creating a genuine industrial capitalist class in India Nor did the Indian state during Nehru’s time or afterwards really seek to ‘discipline’ capitalists a la South Korea or Taiwan Indian capitalists at the end of the day have failed to transcend their fundamental ‘Vaishya’ character The Ciplas Dr Reddy’s Labs Bharat Forges or Mahindras and even initiatives such as the Tata Nano are exceptions to the larger reality For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Dehradun | Published: May 19 2010 12:20 pm Related News The portals of Badrinath shrine were reopened on Wednesday after a gap of six months amid chanting of vedic hymns The chief priest opened the doors of the temple at 0805 hours as the palanquin carrying the idol of Lord Vishnu was taken inside the sanctum sanatorium Chief Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishankwho was to be present at the ceremonycould not make it as bad weather forced cancellation of his visit Light snowfall lashed the area and chilly winds blew around the shrine Howeverbraving the foul weatherthousands of pilgrims lined up to have darshan Badrinath temple is situated in Garhwal Himalayas of Chamoli district at a height of 10278 feet With the opening of Kedarnath shrine the Chardham yatracomprising Garhwal shrines of BadrinathKedarnathGangotri and Yamunotri has commenced in full swing For all the latest India 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