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Virat Kohli

e seventh position in the list of top 10 athletes for their brand value. ..

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Opposition to observe November 8, Note ban anniversary as 'black day'

ided to observe November 8 as ''black day.'. Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad, addressing a joint press conference with Trinamool Congress’s Derek O’Brien and JD(U) rebel Sharad Yadav, said, "Possibly this is the first time that a decision announced by the Prime Minister had to be changed 135 times. It just shows how ill-conceived it was." Mr. Azad, who coordinated with other Opposition parties, claimed that 18 parties were on board. "In their respective States, they will be protesting in their own way," he said. A 'big scam' Mr. O’Brien described the note ban as a "big scam". His party would observe the 'black day' in West Bengal. "My leader Mamata Banerjee was the first leader to have pointed this out," he said. On Monday, Opposition parties formed a coordination committee and met for the first time in Parliament. Apart from Mr. Azad, Mr. O Brien, Mr. Yadav, the coordination committee meeting was attended by CPI MP D. Raja, DMK MP Kanimozhi, and BSP's Satish Mishra. On Monday, Mr. Mishra informed the meeting that BSP chief Mayawati would kickstart her anti-note ban campaign with a rally at Azamgarh the following day. There would be 13 rallies in all. Left plan Mr. Raja, who represented the Left parties in Monday's meeting, said the Left had planned a series of protest actions starting from the last week of October. Beginning November 8, for three days central trade unions plan to demonstrate against the Modi government's economic policies and its impact on both organised and unorganised workers. "The coordination committee will meet again just before the Parliament session," said Mr. O Brien. On November 8, 2016, the Union government made announced that all existing Rs 500 and Rs. 1000 currency would cease to be legal tender. The government announced that new Rs 500 and Rs 2000 notes would be issued on exchange of old notes. ..

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Supply Chain

wered by Dun & Bradstreet. Prolonged conflict is creating supply chain no-go areas, cutting off local businesses and consumers from global markets and potentially causing a scarcity of goods...

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Supply chain

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Manufacturers Must Seek Better Supply Chain Visibility

ufacturers need to focus on is improving supply chain visibility. Here we define visibility as having access to accurate, real-time data that enables better decision making and risk mitigation. Unfortunately for manufacturers, there are many areas in need of improved visibility such as customer demand, inventory, total cost, and supplier risk. There are two initiatives that we believe manufacturers should elevate to the top of the priority list for their company: tracing the upstream supply chain and supplier capacity management...