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'Sri Lanka will never compromise India's security'
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'Sri Lanka will never compromise India's security'

'Investment is the only way India can counter the Chinese influence in the region.' 'With more and more investments, you will have more and more stake; the strategic importance of Sri Lanka can be fulfilled with investments.''Investments should come because the void which is created by investments is always going to be filled by Chinese companies.' "Our relationship is very close. There's only one irritant between our countries, and we believe it can be resolved amicably," Vice Admiral Ravindra ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

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Behind Voda-Idea merger looms Ambani

Every service provider, say analysts, now needs to make a much larger investment, and therefore needs a much larger share of the market to be profitable. Image: Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani. Photograph: PTI Photograph. It takes an exceptional businessman to change an industry once, it takes a Mukesh Ambani to do it twice. Back in 2002, the Reliance Industries chief paved the way for incoming calls to become free, and for mobile phones to proliferate. Now, having exited the ...
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India, UAE ink 14 pacts; no word on $75 bn investment

In a bid boost to their strategic ties, India and the United Arab Emirates on Wednesday signed more than a dozen pacts in key areas like defence, security, trade and energy apart from a comprehensive strategic partnership agreement amidst assertion by Prime Minister Narendra Modi that cooperation stands poised for a ‘major take off’. However, much-anticipated pact pertaining to the $75 billion (Rs 5 lakh crore) investment fund, committed by the UAE, was not among the fourteen pacts ...
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Ready for the Startup India Learning Programme?

The 4 week online learning programme is available in English and Hindi, and will soon be offered in some regional languages.Ranju Sarkar reports. How to start-up: Lessons from Naukri founder UpGrad, a start-up which offers online courses that helps professionals upgrade and acquire skills, is offering a free month-long course on entrepreneurship. The course, with Invest India as partner, is part of the government's Start Up India initiative to boost entrepreneurship. Invest India is a joint ...
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'2017 won't be a year of big returns for investors'

'Everyone is still trying to understand the quantum of impact demonetisation will have on the economy.'Tinesh Bhasin reports.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Brace yourself for moderate returns on investments this year, as the impact of demonetisation will continue to resonate across asset classes. On the brighter side, your real returns could still be adequate if the inflation rate declines below five per cent. "This is not going to be a year of big returns for investors. The next quarter ...
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IndiGo, SpiceJet raise red flag over FDI norms in aviation

As per the current policy, 100 per cent foreign investment is allowed in scheduled air transport service, domestic scheduled passenger airlines and regional air transport IndiGo and SpiceJet have raised "security" concerns over the government's decision to allow 100 per cent foreign ownership by non-airline players in the Indian carriers. Spicejet CMD Ajay Singh and IndiGo president Aditya Ghosh have recently raised this issue during their meeting with Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala ...
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UN report sees India growing at 7.6% in 2017

India's economy is projected to grow at 7.6 per cent in 2017 as investment regains momentum and manufacturing base strengthens on the back of structural reforms in the country, a UN study said, crediting India and China for the steady growth of the Asia-Pacific region. "India's economy is projected to sustain a 7.6 per cent growth rate in both fiscal years 2016-17 and 2017-18," says the year-end update of the flagship report Economic and Social Survey for Asia and the Pacific 2016 of the United ...
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Rising inequality can lead to conflict

Democracies avoid serious political turbulence only so long as they ensure that the relative level of inequality between the rich and the poor does not become excessively large, says Vice President M Hamid Ansari. I recall the tablet that was affixed to the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty in the early years of the last century, and that reads: Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuge of your teeming shore, Send these, the homeless, ...
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Freedom from H-1B: Can Indian IT firms do it?

Amid Donald Trump's expected action against employment visas, India's bellwether IT firms reveal they have been preparing for this eventuality for years.Monali Sarkar surveys the Indian IT landscape. IMAGE: cancelled US visa at the Washington Dulles International Airport in Chantilly, Virginia,February 6, 2017. Photograph published only for representational purposes.Photograph: Jonathan Ernst/Reuters While the threat of an overhaul of the H-1B work-visa programme has become more pronounced ...
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Pakistan needs to shut down terrorism factory: Jaishankar

Pakistan needs to shut down “terrorism factory” and there is now international concern about it, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar said on Tuesday. He also asserted that India has not given up on SAARC, but it will keep looking for other opportunities for regional integration “since SAARC is stuck”. Speaking on ties with China, Jaishankar said, “It does not help to duck issues” and admitted that there was a need to invest more to manage the relationship better.
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