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FDI up 23% at US$10 billion during April-May: Nirmala Sitharaman
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FDI up 23% at US$10 billion during April-May: Nirmala Sitharaman

Foreign direct investment (FDI) grew by 23% to US$ 10.02 billion during April-May this fiscal, Parliament was informed on Tuesday. In 2016-17, the foreign fund inflows aggregated at US$ 60.08 billion, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said in ... DNA, 4 days ago
FDI up 23 pc at USD 10 bn during Apr-May: Nirmala Business Standard, 5 days ago

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Market Outlook: Q1 results, global cues to affect equities movement

Upcoming quarterly results and Parliament's monsoon session, as also the direction of foreign funds flow will set the course for the equity indices in the coming week, market observers opine. With markets already at dizzying heights, potential triggers like ...
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Modi @3: The view from the foreign office

Diplomats agree that amid stormy relations with China and Pakistan, Modi has posted impressive foreign policy successes, notes Aditi Phadnis.  When veteran diplomat Hardeep Puri retired from the Indian Foreign Service as India’s Permanent Representative at the United Nations, he confessed candidly that domestic politics had come in the way of India claiming its place in the world. “In New York, there were moments when I wished we had a stronger government in New Delhi. One of ...
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CPEC represents colonization of Pakistan for enrichment of China, says expert

[UK], July 22 (ANI): A senior teaching fellow and a PhD candidate at the University of London's School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) has said that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) represents the colonization of Pakistan for the enrichment ...
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Special report: Inside Philip Morris' campaign to subvert the global anti-smoking treaty

By Aditya Kalra, Paritosh Bansal, Duff Wilson and Tom Lasseter NEW DELHI/LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) - A group of cigarette company executives stood in the lobby of a drab convention center near New Delhi last November. They were waiting for credentials ...
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Five reasons why Israel matters to India and Modi

Defence, agriculture, trade, diplomacy and water management will dominate talks when Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits Israel from July 4-6 at the invitation of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the first Indian Prime Minister to visit the Jewish ...
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From Prime Minister to Pradhan Sevak

'To identify with the common man, Modi had to look like one.' 'The disastrous suit with his name written on it never made its reappearance.' 'Frequent dress changes during the day, which led Arvind Kejriwal to calculate that Modi spent crores on his attire ever year, too stopped.' 'Instead, a newer Modi emerged: Humble and eager to serve.' Narendra Modi has cleverly repositioned himself as a man of the masses in the past three years, says Aditi Phadnis.Illustrations: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com ...
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Modi sarkar is no more shy to embrace India Inc

As the Modi government enters the fourth year of its tenure, it is looking more confident, shedding its earlier inhibitions about offering sops or new opportunities to big business, says A K Bhattacharya. Has the Narendra Modi government finally shrugged off its shyness and hesitation in rolling out policies and incentives that benefit big business? It seems so, if one takes a quick look at some recent decisions taken by Modi and his Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, who at present is also in ...
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Why can't we have a better relationship with China?

'China's deep involvement in the stability and economic and political success of Pakistan actually produces some elements of congruence with India's core interest in a stable and productive relationship with Pakistan.''It is not far-fetched for us to pursue that congruence and with ingenuity work out with China a formula that also satisfies our formal position on PoK,' argues Ambassador Kishan S Rana.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Several weeks ago, at a book discussion in New Delhi, two ...
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CPEC, Gilgit Baltistan and Pakistani economy.

[United Kingdom], May 9 (ANI): CPEC is, no doubt, a big project with many dimensions and many targets. It is hailed as a 'game changer'. However, debate still goes on in Pakistan and around the globe, in whose favour the game will change, as a weak partner in ...
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