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BJP must be in trouble in Gujarat for Modi to get Japan PM Shi...

Ever since Narendra Modi left Gujarat to become Prime Minister in 2014, the BJP was forced to appoint two chief ministers in a bid to retain its hold on the state. The state is now gearing up for its first Assembly poll since Modi’s exit. Given this ... catchnews.com, 1 week ago
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‘India erred in abandoning developing countries to woo big powers’: Biswajit Dhar

India’s foreign policy has increasingly become determined by economic interests especially since it ushered in economic liberalization. But the entire economic foreign policy needs to be redefined, says economist Biswajit Dhar, an expert on multilateral ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago India and the 'Hamburger Economics'  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Modi, Abe lay foundation stone for India's first bullet train

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thrusday rode the dream of a high-speed bullet train to reach out to people in his home state, saying it would go from ‘my Ahmedabad to our Mumbai’. 'The bullet train can be Modi's legacy' India's first bullet train will connect Ahmedabad, the largest city in Gujarat, to Mumbai, cutting travel time from seven hours to less than three.   The project, which was launched in Ahmedabad on Thursday by Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe ...
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The meteoric rise of Brand Sindhu

The third highest paid endorser after Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni, Sindhu is the highest paid among woman athletes and non-cricket sportspersons in the country, says Urvi Malvania. From one brand to 11 and a three-fold increase in endorsement fees, P V Sindhu’s rise through the brand tables in the year since her win at the Rio Olympics has been meteoric. Today, she is the third highest paid endorser after Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni, and the highest paid among woman athletes and non-cricket ...
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India's forex reserves at a peak $ 393 bn, says DBS

India's foreign reserves continue to march to record highs, touching USD 393 billion early this month backed by strong foreign portfolio and investment flows, according to Development Bank of Singapore. "Strong year-to-date foreign portfolio (USD 24 billion), net investment flows (USD 13 billion) and lower absorption due to a narrower current account deficit have led to an increase in dollar liquidity," the DBS noted in its daily market report.   Notably, since late 2013's taper ...
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National Geographic reveals the best travel photos

National Geographic has announced the winners of its prestigious Travel Photographer of the Year photo contest for 2017.  And the images are just breathtaking. Sergio Tapiro Velasco of Mexico was awarded the prestigious grand prize for his awe-inspiring image of the moment an erupting volcano was hit by a bolt of lightning. He has won a 10-day trip for two to the Galápagos Archipelago with National Geographic Expeditions, for his incredible shot. In addition to the ...
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'GST is likely to disrupt a lot of people's lives'

'I expect a global financial problem in the latter half of the current financial year or in 2018, especially in the US.' 'The next time we have an economic slowdown, it’s going to be very, very bad and will impact everyone.' As the global equity markets continue on their journey north, Jim Rogers, bottom, left, chairman of Rogers Holdings, tells Puneet Wadhwa that he expects a correction, going ahead. His decision not to invest now is not India-specific, but has to do with the problems ...
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Sensex, Nifty end flat but at new closing highs

S&P BSE Midcap shed 0.8% while S&P BSE Smallcap tumbled 0.6% Frontline indices pared intra-day gains to end flat but still at new closing highs for the second consecutive day. Nifty50 breached 9,800 for the first time ever in intra-day backed by surge in technology and auto stocks. Sentiment was also lifted as investors expect inflation for the month of June to be at record low which could lead to a rate cut in the next monetary policy review. Easing further from May’s 2.18%, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Nifty settles June F&O series a tad above 9,500; Sensex ends flat  Rediff.com2 months ago
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North Korea missile test | South Korea calls for more sanctions; Pentagon says it is prepared for any threat

South Korean President Moon Jae-in urged major powers on Thursday to look into increased sanctions against North Korea after its test-launch of a newly developed intercontinental ballistic missile. "This is a great threat and provocation," Moon said at a ...
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In India, a legislative reform is needed to push corporate social responsibility

The corporate social responsibility (CSR) movement began as a response to advocacy for corporations to play a role in ameliorating social problems due to their economic power and overarching presence in daily life. Now, the movement is transitioning from its ...
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