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Virtual water trade: India loses, China gains water through food trade
China Dialogue

Virtual water trade: India loses, China gains water through fo...

Food exports are running India dry, while China conserves its water supply by importing water-intensive crops such as soya, a new analysis of the two countries virtual water trade reveals (Image by Greenpeace / Sudhanshu Malhotra) India is ... China Dialogue, 2 weeks ago
India TV

Make in India to reduce defence imports: Official

Bengaluru, July 24 A paradigm shift is required in policies and procedures to 'Make in India' and enable the country reduce imports and increase indigenisation for self-reliance in aerospace and defence, a senior official said on Friday. "We ...
 ProKerala.com1 week ago Defence electronics policy in last stage of drafting  Economic Times17 hours ago 'Make in India to reduce defence imports'  The Statesman6 days ago
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5 Dariya News - English

India will be playing a leading role in climate change discussions: Laurence Tubiana

NEW DELHI: India is a very important country and will be playing a "leading role" on the climate change discussions, Laurence Tubiana, Ambassador for Climate Change Negotiations and the Special Representative of the French Government for the ...
 Economic Times3 days ago Developed nations need to reduce emission vigorously: Javadekar  ProKerala.com1 week ago
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Olympic champion can't raise money for Asian meet

NEW DELHI: With just 10 days to go for an important Asian meet, one would expect Tiwari to be under a strict diet and intense training. Instead, the 22-year-old special athlete sells an assortment of earrings from a pavement in the bustling Sadar ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Why it's important to treat your 'temporary staff' well

By Vivek Gujral An increasing part of the workforce at knowledge-intensive firms is consultants and contractors. While there are well laid out norms and frameworks for dealing with, developing and incenting full-time employees, there are virtually ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

Govt needs to act fast to check cheap steel imports

Indian economy is facing one of the stiffest challenges to sustain the momentum of rising exports. In FY15 the total exports declined by 1.2% compared to the previous year's performance and in Q1 of FY16 it went down by 11.6%. The lower trend of ...
 Financial Express1 week ago

Very important lives vs very dispensible lives

On Tuesday, July 14, Justice R.M. Lodha pronounced his judgment on the guilty in the Indian Premier League scam. That very morning, 27 people died in a stampede at Rajahmundry in Andhra Pradesh. Lakhs of devotees had gathered there for the Godavari ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago
DAWN Group

How N-pact is good for India

The intense negotiations between major powers and Iran are finally over, with a deal being reached between the two. What does this deal mean for India and its oil security? It is likely to put pressure on oil prices further. Immediately after the announcement ...
 DNA2 weeks ago India, Japan paid economic price for Iran sanctions:US  Economic Times2 weeks ago India, Japan Paid Economic Price Of U.S.' Iran Sanctions: Susan Rice  Silicon India2 weeks ago Iran's strategic breakout  DAWN Group6 days ago

Nitin Desai: What should India offer at Paris?

On June 30, the People's Republic of China submitted its Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) to the global effort for the mitigation of climate change risks. China intends to peak carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by around 2030 and ...
 Smart Investor2 weeks ago
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Why follow China, India can prosper on its own

China is now the second largest economy in the world, but plays only a small role as an importer of consumer goods, says Shyam Saran. Image: A man transports a family of passengers on his electronic tricycle cart in Beijing. Photograph:Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters Will India be able to replicate the remarkable Chinese growth story in the coming decades? In the next 30 years, is it feasible for India to grow at an average annual rate of 10 per cent, just as China did between 1980 and 2010, thereby ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Robots are coming to India? Few lessons we must take from China  Rediff.com1 month ago China‚Äôs phone makers look to India for growth  Economic Times2 months ago Akbar Ahmed Blogs On WorldPost  Huffington Post13 hours ago
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