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What the fuss is all about: Lingayats could be a new religious...

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah asked Indias federal government on Monday to grant the status of a separate religion to the Lingayats, a socio-religious community constituting a large part of the states population. He went ahead with the decision ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

How the Communists killed Bengal's industry

West Bengal's longest serving chief minister Jyoti Basu once told an industrialist that capitalists were class enemies and he should expect no sympathy.Ishita Ayan Dutt tracks the political excesses behind the state's downfall. IMAGE: Starting in the 1960s, labour disputes and lock-outs in many companies lasted more than a year, marking their decline. Photograph: Keystone/Getty Images It is the late 1960s. Urban Bengal has taken to the Naxal movement and parts of Calcutta (as Kolkata was called ...
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India one of the 'most open' economies, says Prabhu ahead of RCEP meet

India is a "very open economy" and wants to have trade relations and pacts with all countries, Union minister Suresh Prabhu today told the business community here, ahead of a Regional Comprehensive Economic Cooperation (RCEP) meeting. Prabhu also made a ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

India's advent on world stage must be welcomed, says EU MP

[Belgium], Feb.13 (ANI): Responsible democracies of the world and groupings like the European Union should invest in India's rise in Asia and welcome New Delhi's advent on the world stage, a Member of the European Parliament has said. In an article for EP ...
 Sify2 months ago Pak terrorism must end for dialogue with India  Sify11 hours ago
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Does Wall Street crash herald a 'Minsky moment'?

While enjoying long-awaited economic good times -- and hoping they will last as long as possible -- some caution and some prudence might be the best protection against bad surprises, says Claude Smadja. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com It is when everybody in the business community is dancing in the streets that it might sometimes be a good moment to step back and have a second look.   There is of course no denying that the global economy as a whole never had it so good in the last ...
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Ahead of meeting with Trump, Kim promises to halt nuclear, missile tests

IMAGE: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un inspects the January 18 General Machine Plant in Pyongyang. Photograph: KCNA/via Reuters Ahead of a planned meeting with United States President Donald Trump, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has announced the country will suspend its nuclear and missile tests and shut down a nuclear test site. Kim has said he would halt nuclear tests and intercontinental missile launches. South Korea's Yonhap News Agency reported that North Korea, amidst preparing ...
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Nordic Summit to discuss global security: Indian Ambassador to Finland

[Sweden], Apr. 16 (ANI): Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's arrival in Sweden, Indian Ambassador to Finland Vani Rao confirmed that issues related to global security would be discussed at the India-Nordic Summit. "Global security is definitely on the ...
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'India is a great place to do business, come back. Jai Hind'

Businessman P C Mustafa wants Indian Americans to return home, Cognizant CEO Francisco D'Souza outlines how Indian tech companies could grow, Gaurav Dalmia has some investment recommendations while Subramanian Swamy warns that India is flirting with a debt trap.P Rajendran reports from the India Business Conference in New York. IMAGE: Salman Khurshid and Dr Subramanian Swamy flank moderator William Foster. All photographs: Kind courtesy Columbia B-School on Twitter Dr Subramanian Swamy ...
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Why Ram/Buddha, Tendulkar/Jayasuriya is hard to beat

If India follows smart cultural diplomacy in Sri Lanka, it has unmatched advantages over both China and Pakistan, says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). Part 1: A soldier returns to Sri Lanka IMAGE: An imposing statue of the Buddha in Bodh Gaya, Bihar, one of Buddhism's most holy sites. Photograph: Archana Masih/Rediff.com'Buddhists Sinhalas are deeply religious and everyone has a desire to visit Bodh Gaya and Lumbini (Buddha's birth place) at least once,' says Colonel Athale. The situation in ...
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'In its imperial mood, China is surrounding India'

'It is very much a danger.''With Tibet following the India tradition of ahimsa and the global visibility of the Dalai Lama who embodies these values, he should be supported by India as a diplomat.''It would be in India's self-interest and instead of being embarrassed about his presence, India should recognise this (role).''By appeasing China, India does not get anything in return; they (the Chinese have not stopped) claiming Arunachal, part of Kashmir, etc.' IMAGE: Despite a central government ...
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