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How 15th Finance Commission is trying to manage South India’s anger over tax division – and failing

No other country carries within it the diversity that India does. This trite-but-true dictum extends even to taxation, with different states having markedly different rates of prosperity. Karnataka, for example, has a per capita income that is almost five times that of Bihar. Expectedly, the manner in which India distributes the tax revenue it raises between the Union government and ... Read More »

Benefits of Anger Management Classes

Although anger is a normal emotion to experience, many people can suffer from extreme emotions that have lasting consequences. When you notice that your anger is affecting your relationships or your professional life, you may need professional help. If you’re considering anger management classes, there are a few benefits that they offer. Reduce Stress Levels Many people can become easily ... Read More »

Ireland voices anger over EU rivals wooing finance firms from London

The Irish Financial Services centre in Dublin, one of four main alternative locations for financial firms alongside Frankfurt, Paris and Luxembourg. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Ireland has complained to the European commission that it is being undercut by rival centres competing to host financial firms looking for a base in the European Union outside London after Brexit. Last week, the US ... Read More »

A week in Breitbart Sports: anger, annoyance, and an ESPN obsession

The late founder of Bretibart News, Andrew Breitbart, is seen on a T-shirt at CPAC. Like countless other sites on the cluttered web, Breitbart’s sports page just yells to its choir. Photograph: Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA Sport can unite people from all walks of life. It can bring together all races, colors, creeds and orientations; it can bridge the gap between ... Read More »