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Sadly, India still equates dark with dirty: Parno

KOLKATA: The sad reality of bias against dark skin tone that's prevalent in 21st century India has been a talking point yet again after actor Tannishtha Chatterjee spoke about her harrowing experience of being "roasted" on a television show. Voicing ... Times of India, 10 minutes ago

Proud Of India's Firm Stand To Boycott SAARC Summit: Ratan Tata

Leading industrialist Ratan Tata today commended the government's decision to boycott the SAARC Summit in the wake of Uri attacks. "So proud of Indian govt's firm stand on bycot of SARC mtg & overwhelming support by member nations (sic)," Mr Tata ...
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IBNLive

India v New Zealand: Eden bell finally installed before second Test

KOLKATA: The much-awaited bell was finally installed at the Eden Gardens, ahead of India's second Test against New Zealand starting from Friday. India's first World Cup-winning captain Kapil Dev will ring the bell, resembling the one at Lords ...
 Times of India1 hour ago Lukewarm response to second India-NZ Test at Eden  IANS Live4 hours ago Team India Arrives in Kolkata For Second Test  IBNLive15 hours ago Rain can stop India's victory march at Eden Gardens  Khaleej Times22 hours ago
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India Remains A Promising Market For Initial Public Offerings: EY

New Delhi : India is a promising market forinitial public offerings with two of its premier stockexchanges - BSE and NSE - registering the maximum number of IPOsin the Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) regionworth $1.8 billion, says an ...
 NDTV1 hour ago
United News of India

India's efforts to isolate Pak showing results in region: Experts

India's efforts to isolate Pakistan on the issue of exporting terror have shown results in the South Asian region with three other countries pulling out of the scheduled Saarc meet in Islamabad, say experts, noting that India can accelerate its ...
 The Statesman22 minutes ago SAARC Summit: South Asian nations firmly back India on isolating Pak  United News of India6 hours ago Pak to go ahead with SAARC Summit, says India's boycott decision unfortunate  United News of India7 hours ago Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan join India in boycotting Islamabad Saarc Summit  HT Syndication9 hours ago
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Yahoo! Singapore

What's the Next Big Change for India's Stock Markets

National Stock Exchange of India CEO Chitra Ramkrishna discusses India's markets and her investment thoughts. She speaks at the Bloomberg Markets Most Influential Summit.
 Bloomberg2 hours ago Ramkrishna on India's Economy, Markets, Investment  Bloomberg2 hours ago India could import 1 mn tonnes of sugar in 2016/17: Louis Dreyfus  Smart Investor2 hours ago Air India signs code share agreement with Air Austral  Business Standard India3 hours ago
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US-India-ABInBev-bribery-fine

Contributed by NAMPA / AFP. Anheuser-Busch to pay $6 mn over India bribery Washington, Sept 28, 2016 (AFP) - Global beer giant Anheuser-Busch InBev will pay $6 million to settle with US authorities over bribery allegations in India and for ...
 Namibia Press Agency2 hours ago Anheuser-Busch to pay U.S. SEC $6 million to settle India bribery charges  Yahoo! India4 hours ago
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Sharif: India can't just walk away from Indus treaty

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that the Indus Water Treaty was a mutually agreed arrangement between his country and India brokered by the World Bank and no one country can unilaterally separate itself from the treaty. Sharif made the remarks at a high-level meeting in Islamabad wherein he asserted that Pakistan was fully capable of meeting any internal or external security threat. "The meeting expressed deep concern on the increase in systematic human rights violations in ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago India and Pakistan on the brink of water wars?  Sky News14 hours ago Treaty relook India's right: General V K Singh  Deccan Chronicle23 hours ago
News18.com

WB-INDUS - India, Pakistan reach out to World Bank on Indus Water Treaty

Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. From Lalit K Jha Washington, Sep 28 (PTI) The World Bank, the international lender which had mediated the Indus Water Treaty, today said it was approached by India and Pakistan and it is "responding in its limited, ...
 Namibia Press Agency2 hours ago Pakistan Approaches World Bank to Mediate Indus Waters Treaty Row With India  News18.com16 hours ago India, Pakistan reach out to World Bank on Indus Water Treaty  DeshGujarat30 minutes ago
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SAARC summit in Pakistan will have to be postponed, says India; Nepal urges for conducive environment

Delhi: India on Wednesday said thatSAARCsummit (South Asian AssociationofRegional Cooperation)would have to be postponed since four nations had decided not to attend it in Islamabad in November. MEA spokesperson VikasSwarup said, "SAARCsummit ...
 ZeeNews.com10 minutes ago SAARC-NEPAL - SAARC Summit postponed after India's boycott: Nepalese media  Namibia Press Agency7 hours ago Nepal seeks new venue for SAARC as 3 nations back India's Pak boycott  Rediff.com9 hours ago SAARC-INDIA - SAARC Summit has to be postponed, says India after pull-out  Namibia Press Agency4 hours ago
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