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Thank you for believing in Israel, we believe in India: Netanyahu
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Made no distinction between anti-India, anti-US terrorists: Obama

Friday, 01 December 2017|http://www.nerve.in/news:2535003973197|channel:India " --IANS" New Delhi, Dec 1 - Former US President Barack Obama on Friday said his administration made no distinction between Pakistan-based terror groups who at times targeted Indian ... Nerve, 2 months ago

Congress insulted `poor Indians`: BJP on Chidambaram`s pakoda jibe

Chidambaram's tweet-storm had sought to draw a distinction between 'employment' and 'self-employment'. Chidambaram had also written a newspaper column attack the government on its job creation claims. NEW DELHI: The Congress has insulted "poor Indians", the ...
 Zee News3 weeks ago India witnessing jobless growth, govt 'clueless': Chidambaram  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

India has talent, but no innovation ecosystem

India has no idiosyncratic innovation ecosystem, distinctively its own. Our VCs will not rush to fund brilliant ideas, says R Gopalakrishnan. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com The two ends of the innovation journey are rich with literature: the early stage, associated with start-ups, emphasises creativity and cleverness, and the late stage, associated with large companies, emphasises scaling and discipline.   The in-between pathway is scantier in literature-richness. I have ...
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Why the world's cheapest car failed to win India's heart

The distinction between “cheap” and “affordable” is a fine one, but no one understands this better than India’s aspirational first-time car-owner, says Kanika Datta. Photograph: Amit Dave/Reuters Do dwindling sales of the Tata Nano reflect natural market attrition or the hubris of the bottom-of-the-pyramid business model? The latter, the Nano’s brief history suggests. Here is why.   On the face of it, a nine-year run for the Nano appears to be par for ...
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Expect net debt to GDP to reduce over time: Sajjid Chinoy

The interesting distinction between SP and Moody’s is one has taken a more strategic view on India, the other has taken a more tactical view, Chinoy said.
 Money Control2 months ago
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Once Upon A Time in the Maldives...

30 years ago, after India sent in troops to resolve a crisis in the Maldives, Ambassador B S Prakash was part of an Indian government team assigned to the islands to help the then president.This is what he discovered. A Must Read!Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Maldives is in the news again. A domestic crisis with at least regional -- if not international -- ramifications. I dutifully read the news and the op-ed pieces on what India should or should not do -- a different question from ...
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Gujarat grows, not all its children

The state has earned the dubious distinction of being the only rich state to figure in the top 10 states that have the highest percentage of stunting in children. The figure was revealed in the National Family Health Survey (NFHS) India report that was ...
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When will governments wake up to the terror threat?

'It is strange that a country like India, which had gone through crisis after crisis resulting from militancy, insurgency and terrorist attacks, should still be practising ad hocism in managing its security imperatives,' says B S Raghavan, former member of the Joint Intelligence Council. IMAGE: Six soldiers were killed in the terror attack on the the Sunjuwan military base in Jammu, February 10-11. Photograph: PTI Photo It was not until 1998, a full 50 years after Independence, that the ...
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How India can win the border war

'Pakistan has no strategic depth and is vulnerable to Indian military power without even crossing the border,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). IMAGE: Indian soldiers open fire across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. Some analysts describe the India-Pakistan conflict as a 'communal riot with tanks'. Every time India suffers casualties, there is a cry for revenge. At times, the firing on the Jammu and Kashmir border begins to resemble a family blood feud. Yet there is a strategic ...
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Move over Mumbai, Delhi is India's fashion capital

'At the risk of upsetting Mumbaikars, I would have to say that New Delhi is leaps ahead of other Indian cities in its sense of fashion and style,' says Kishore Singh.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com All major cities have a distinctive sense of style and you can tell Parisians, Londoners and New Yorkers apart from the manner in which they dress. Where Paris is incredibly chic, Londoners prefer to be elegant, and New York's residents rock the business dress code. France embraces colour while ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Stats: After Kohli, India's other consistent performer is...  Rediff.com2 months ago Stats: He is the BEST Test batsman in the world at the moment!  Rediff.com2 months ago Stats: Ashwin matches Warne, Muralitharan  Rediff.com2 months ago
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