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The long road to recovery
India Today

The long road to recovery

Mobilising public funding and clearing stalled infrastructure projects will prove to be among the government's greatest challenges in 2015 The NDA inherited as many as 189 stalled road projects from the UPA. Photograph by Yasbant Negi Power plants, highways, ... India Today, 3 weeks ago

India-Pakistan - Joint Winner of Nobel Peace Prize -2014 :: Part 2

India-Pakistan Joint Winner of Nobel Peace Prize -2014 - A lesson for India and Pakistan - Part 2 - Dr. Khomdon Lisam * Why Joint Award The joint Nobel Prize is a silent message to both India and Pakistan to solve the Kashmir problem with ...
 E Pao1 month ago

Modi's Diplomacy: Yoga, Democracy and India's Soft Power

To be sure, Modi is not the first Indian leader to identify democracy as central to India's international identity. The United Nations General Assembly last week declared June 21 as the annual International Day of Yoga, following an appeal by ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Modi's Diplomacy: Yoga, Democracy, and India's Soft Power  Carnegie Endowment1 month ago

'Sri Lanka can have equally good ties with India, China'

Former Sri Lankan diplomat Jayantha Dhanapala. Photo: TOPICS India has no reason to feel insecure about China's presence in Sri Lanka, says Jayantha Dhanapala, formerly a top diplomat of Sri Lanka. It is possible for a little island like Sri ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

100 years of ITC: Corporate India's big success story

ITC is one of those few enterprises in the world that has traversed a 100 year journey and has yet managed to remain contemporary, relevant and competitive. Image:FMCG major ITC has seen multi-fold growth in revenues in the last four decades. Photograph: Vivek Prakash/Reuters In the early autumn of 1910, sitting in the narrow confines of his modest office in Radha Bazar Street, Calcutta, it would have been impossible for the lone expatriate manager to even imagine what history would have ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Medha Patkar's contribution

A distinguishing mark of the Modi government is the determination with which it's diluting, even scuttling, India's already-weak environmental regulation system to promote fast-track clearances for industries, and curtail people's access to natural ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago Fighting the new green war  The Echo Of India1 month ago
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How BRICS Became Co-Dependent Upon Eco-Financial Imperialism

Contrary to rumour, the Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa alliance confirmed it wouldavoid challengingthe unfair, chaotic world financial system at the Fortaleza summit on July 15. The BRICS are actually meeting Western demands, as China ...
 Global Research1 month ago New battlegrounds in development finance  Jordan Times2 months ago

'New opportunities are now opened up for deeper ties between the UK and India.'

Transcript of a speech by British Prime Minister's Diaspora Champion Preeti Patel MP at the Agujarat Chambers of Commerce, Ahmedabad 7 January 2015. Ms Patel said: Respected Shri Rakesh Bhai, President of the distinguished Gujarat Chamber of ...
 Wired-GOV2 weeks ago Speech: 'New opportunities are now opened up for deeper ties between the UK and India'  Government UK2 weeks ago

35.8 million people are enslaved[1] across the world.

Home News Article N Nov 18 2014 India remains top of the list with an estimated 14.29 million enslaved people In the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA)2, over 2.2 million people are trapped in modern forms of slavery representing 6.2% of ...
 Zawya.com2 months ago Global Slavery Index reveals more than 35.8 million people are enslaved  University of Hull2 months ago Over 2.2 million people in MENA are trapped in modern forms of slavery  Business Intelligence Middle East2 months ago

Letter to Nehru, Fifty Years After

Posted in: Asia, History, India | No comments I don't quite know how to address you, so I shall simply say hello, Chacha, happy birthday. Do always be well. I imagine there is no dearth of roses where you are, or of laughing children in the park, ...
 ZNet2 months ago
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