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Af-Pak, not India were Obama's priority: Ex-WH official
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Af-Pak, not India were Obama's priority: Ex-WH official

Afghanistan, Pakistan, and not India were on top of the priority list for the Obama Administration in South Asia, but the Indo-US relationship under the outgoing president is ending on a ‘high note’, according to a former Indian-American White House official. “It (India-United States relationship during Obama Administration) is ending on a high note,” Anish Goel, the former Senior Director for South Asia at the National Security Council, White House, said. In this ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Why 2017 will be critical for the advertising industry

Viveat Susan Pinto & Niraj Bhatt in conversation with Nirvik Singh, chairman and CEO, Grey Group. IMAGE: Nirvik Singh is worried about the rising tide of protectionism and what it can do to world business. Advertising, after all, flourishes when barriers come down, not when they come up. Photograph: Adeel Halim /Reuters. Adversity and the desire to excel needn't be strange bedfellows. On many occasions, they go hand-in-hand. Ask Nirvik Singh, chairman and CEO of Grey Group, Asia ...
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India on the sidelines as the big boys spend

As the United States and China joust for supremacy, India might remain on the sidelines with its limited resources, says Ajai Shukla. After being sworn in as Americ'’s 45th president on January 20, Donald J Trump has trodden the promised tough line towards China, vowing to "build a military might so great... that none will dare to challenge it". US conservatives are already drawing triumphal parallels with Ronald Reagan's defence spending spree in the 1980s that induced the former Soviet ...
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How AirAsia India plans to generate revenue on its own

The company has charted out a three step process in achieving the target AirAsia India wants to become financially independent of its promoters and generate enough revenue to sustain itself. The airline which is yet to record a profitable quarter will follow a three step target to be in green said the airline’s CEO Amar Abrol. Air Asia India is a joint venture between Malayasian low cost carrier AirAsia Bhd and Indian salt-to-steel conglomerate Tata Sons. “At one point of time we ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Merc launches new E-class; starts at Rs 56 lakh

German automaker Mercedes-Benz, India’s biggest luxury car maker by sales, launched on Tuesday the new 10th generation new E-Class business sedan to take on compatriot rival Audi, BMW, Jaguar Land Rover and Swedish Volvo in Asia’s third biggest economy.
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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Are Kaziranga game-keepers killing innocents? Experts rubbish BBC report

A report published by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) as an introduction to the documentary 'Killing for Conservation', on the excesses of the forest department of Kaziranga National Park in Assam, has created a furore. The documentary claims that ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Murders, robberies of drivers in Brazil force Uber to rethink cash strategy

Sao Paulo: On a Thursday night last September, Uber driver Osvaldo Luis Modolo Filho accepted a ride request from a teenage couple on the eastern edge of Sao Paulo, to be paid in cash. A few blocks from their destination, the passengers – who hailed the ...
 Sify1 month ago
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How would resolving Kashmir stop Taliban, asks former Pak envoy

Questioning Pakistan's decades-old Kashmir policy, a former top envoy of the country has said even resolving the issue would unlikely address the challenge of terrorism, sectarian conflict or the Taliban abandoning its goal of establishing an "old Islamic order" in Afghanistan. "Even if Kashmir is resolved how would that end sectarian terrorism, because sectarian terrorism is about killing people who do not have same religious sect as you have. How would resolving Kashmir stop the Taliban, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Former Pak envoy to US questions Islamabad's Kashmir policy  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Doubles in spotlight again

The doubles pair in the Indian Davis Cup team has been an epicentre of controversies. Even a low-profile India-New Zealand tie, for the Asia Oceania Group I, beginning on Friday, hasn't been left untouched in this respect. Two days before the tie, India were ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Trump policies cloud potential US World Cup bid

President Donald Trump's controversial immigration policies could hurt an expected U.S. bid to host the 2026 World Cup although plenty of time remains for concerns to ease before the decision by world soccer's governing body FIFA. The United States hosted the World Cup in 1994 and is viewed as the favourite to host the 2026 tournament since the 2018 and 2022 finals were awarded to Russia and Qatar, respectively. FIFA has said that neither Europe nor Asia will be able to bid for 2026, leaving ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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