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Market mayhem
?S&P BSE Sensex in terms of points, sufferred its worst
single-day fall: 1,942 points or 5.2%
?Global market rout ( ??? ?? ) induced by an oil price
plunge
?Investors are looking to exit equities for now with
whatever gains they can muster, or worse in a bid to
cut their losses.
?FII have turned net sellers of their Indian equity
holdings
?Widening coronavirus outbreak threatens to push the
world into its worst downturn since the 2008 financial
crisis
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Market mayhem
?S&P BSE Sensex in terms of points, sufferred its worst
single-day fall: 1,942 points or 5.2%
?Global market rout ( ??? ?? ) induced by an oil price
plunge
?Investors are looking to exit equities for now with
whatever gains they can muster, or worse in a bid to
cut their losses.
?FII have turned net sellers of their Indian equity
holdings
?Widening coronavirus outbreak threatens to push the
world into its worst downturn since the 2008 financial
crisis
?Any failure to expedite the resolution at Yes Bank
runs the risk of undermining wider banking sector
stability.
?U.S. Federal Reserve last week made an
emergency cut in its benchmark interest rate.
?The RBI and the Centre should take measures to
ensure adequate liquidity to help bolster
sentiment
Page 3


Market mayhem
?S&P BSE Sensex in terms of points, sufferred its worst
single-day fall: 1,942 points or 5.2%
?Global market rout ( ??? ?? ) induced by an oil price
plunge
?Investors are looking to exit equities for now with
whatever gains they can muster, or worse in a bid to
cut their losses.
?FII have turned net sellers of their Indian equity
holdings
?Widening coronavirus outbreak threatens to push the
world into its worst downturn since the 2008 financial
crisis
?Any failure to expedite the resolution at Yes Bank
runs the risk of undermining wider banking sector
stability.
?U.S. Federal Reserve last week made an
emergency cut in its benchmark interest rate.
?The RBI and the Centre should take measures to
ensure adequate liquidity to help bolster
sentiment
Scoring low
?Irony ( ??? ? ??? ): founder-leader of the International Solar
Alliance has not yet electrified a significant number of
government schools.
?Report: Parliamentary Standing Committee on Human
Resource Development
?Data for 2017-18
?Only 56.45% of government schools had electricity
?56.98% a playground
?Almost 40% lacked a boundary wall
?UP: almost 70% of schools lacked electricity
?Insights from the district information database as of
end-2019
?Neglect of toilet construction for divyangs
?Failure to build toilets for girls in a third of secondary schools
?Failure to build laboratories for higher secondary science students
Page 4


Market mayhem
?S&P BSE Sensex in terms of points, sufferred its worst
single-day fall: 1,942 points or 5.2%
?Global market rout ( ??? ?? ) induced by an oil price
plunge
?Investors are looking to exit equities for now with
whatever gains they can muster, or worse in a bid to
cut their losses.
?FII have turned net sellers of their Indian equity
holdings
?Widening coronavirus outbreak threatens to push the
world into its worst downturn since the 2008 financial
crisis
?Any failure to expedite the resolution at Yes Bank
runs the risk of undermining wider banking sector
stability.
?U.S. Federal Reserve last week made an
emergency cut in its benchmark interest rate.
?The RBI and the Centre should take measures to
ensure adequate liquidity to help bolster
sentiment
Scoring low
?Irony ( ??? ? ??? ): founder-leader of the International Solar
Alliance has not yet electrified a significant number of
government schools.
?Report: Parliamentary Standing Committee on Human
Resource Development
?Data for 2017-18
?Only 56.45% of government schools had electricity
?56.98% a playground
?Almost 40% lacked a boundary wall
?UP: almost 70% of schools lacked electricity
?Insights from the district information database as of
end-2019
?Neglect of toilet construction for divyangs
?Failure to build toilets for girls in a third of secondary schools
?Failure to build laboratories for higher secondary science students
?Mission-mode approach to school infrastructure
?Solar power can be installed in schools and toilets
built for all students in 100 days.
?Community participation can make sure that the
objectives are satisfactorily met.
?Find attached playgrounds for kids
?A public school system that guarantees universal
access, good learning and all facilities has to be
among the highest national priorities.
Page 5


Market mayhem
?S&P BSE Sensex in terms of points, sufferred its worst
single-day fall: 1,942 points or 5.2%
?Global market rout ( ??? ?? ) induced by an oil price
plunge
?Investors are looking to exit equities for now with
whatever gains they can muster, or worse in a bid to
cut their losses.
?FII have turned net sellers of their Indian equity
holdings
?Widening coronavirus outbreak threatens to push the
world into its worst downturn since the 2008 financial
crisis
?Any failure to expedite the resolution at Yes Bank
runs the risk of undermining wider banking sector
stability.
?U.S. Federal Reserve last week made an
emergency cut in its benchmark interest rate.
?The RBI and the Centre should take measures to
ensure adequate liquidity to help bolster
sentiment
Scoring low
?Irony ( ??? ? ??? ): founder-leader of the International Solar
Alliance has not yet electrified a significant number of
government schools.
?Report: Parliamentary Standing Committee on Human
Resource Development
?Data for 2017-18
?Only 56.45% of government schools had electricity
?56.98% a playground
?Almost 40% lacked a boundary wall
?UP: almost 70% of schools lacked electricity
?Insights from the district information database as of
end-2019
?Neglect of toilet construction for divyangs
?Failure to build toilets for girls in a third of secondary schools
?Failure to build laboratories for higher secondary science students
?Mission-mode approach to school infrastructure
?Solar power can be installed in schools and toilets
built for all students in 100 days.
?Community participation can make sure that the
objectives are satisfactorily met.
?Find attached playgrounds for kids
?A public school system that guarantees universal
access, good learning and all facilities has to be
among the highest national priorities.
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