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T N Ninan Takes Over as New Chairman of Ananta Aspen Centre
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T N Ninan takes over as new Chairman of Ananta Aspen Centre

Chairman of Business Standard and award-winning editor, Thoppil Ninan Ninan took over as the new Chairman of Ananta Aspen Centre (formerly Aspen Institute India).Ninan succeeds Founder and Chairman, Avantha Group, Gautam Thapar, as the new Chairman ... Business Standard, 2 months ago
TN Ninan takes over as new Ananta Aspen Centre Chairman Indian Business Review, 1 month ago

T N Ninan: 1974 - The invisible turning point

India's economic policy had begun to swing towards the radical changes of 1991 just before Business Standard was born but few will remember that now T N Ninan | New Delhi October 27, 2014 Last Updated at 21:40 IST The turning point in India's ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
Saudi Gazette

Under Modi, Israel and India forge deeper business ties

The former President of Israel Shimon Peres, center, is watched by Chairman of Ananta Aspen Centre and Business Standard newspaper T. N. Ninan, left, and Chairman of the Pratt Foundation Anthony Pratt, right, as he delivers a speech during a panel ...
 Saudi Gazette1 week ago Peres to visit India, call upon Modi and Sonia  Business Standard India3 weeks ago Nobel laureate Shimon Peres to visit India, call upon Modi and Sonia  Topnews.in3 weeks ago Israel's former President Shimon Peres to visit India, call upon PM Modi and Sonia Gandhi  Economic Times3 weeks ago
Eurasia Review


Speakers at the annual Global Outlook conference on Friday (Nov. 21) organized by Singapore's Straits Times group predicted a promising Asian resurgence in 2015 and called for Asians to learn to look to the Near East for inspiration and not the Far ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News5 days ago Asians Told To Look Near East For Prosperity, Not Far West Analysis  Eurasia Review5 days ago

Global forum says Asia to enter 'new golden era'

By Bhagyashree Garekar ,The Straits Times/Asia News Network An Asian resurgence is around the corner, notwithstanding the sluggishness in global growth and persistent geopolitical rivalries. The upbeat assessment was delivered at The Straits Times ...
 China Post6 days ago Asia poised to enter 'new golden era'  Asia News Network1 week ago Asia poised to enter new golden era  ACQ Magazine6 days ago

Israel, Australia lend support to India's 'Second Green Revolution' quest

India's agricultural sector contributes 16 per cent of total GDP & 10 per cent of export earnings in the economy. Despite being largely self-sufficient in food production, Indian agriculture currently faces a slew of problems its growth is much ...
 Fresh Plaza2 weeks ago Australia's Pratt and Israeli statesman Peres team together for India's next food and water revolution  Australian Food News2 weeks ago
Business Standard India

What the poor watch on TV

India's poor love digitisation for the choice and quality it offers. Discovery and National Geographic are the most popular channels in some of the poorest parts of the country, largely because the knowledge-based programmes on these channels are ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

WAN-IFRA India Conference Opens in Delhi With Look at World Press Trends

More than 375 delegates from 20 countries are attending WAN-IFRA India 2014, the 22nd annual conference organised by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) in South Asia, which opened in Delhi on Wednesday. The two-day ...
 World Association of Newspapers2 months ago

Over half of Plan panel staff to be farmed out

The think tank that will replace the 64-year-old Planning Commission might retain only 40 per cent of its 1,000 staff members. The rest are expected to be sent back to their parent cadres. Among those set to return, decisions were pending on 250 for different reasons, officials in the know said. These include staff posted in offices attached to the Planning Commission except the Unique Identification Authority of India. Officials said though the government was in wide-ranging talks on the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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