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A Tug On The Strings

Modi Sarkar works its influence on an oasis of sobriety and balance Amy It's about Amy Wineho¬≠use's phenomenal voice and songs but also about the personal, dysfunctional... Books Saransh Goila The chef on his book India on a Platter and his love for food ... Outlook, 4 days ago
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Civil Society Comes Out In Support Of Teesta Setalvad And Javed Anand

Countercurrents.org Romila Thapar, Admiral Ramdas, Naseeruddin Shah, Mahesh Bhatt, Nandita Das, Githa Hariharan, Aruna Roy, Jayati Ghosh, Rajmohan Gandhi, Tushar Gandhi, Vivan Dundaram, Nilima and GM Shaikh, Henri Tiphange and hundreds of other ...
 Counter Currents4 days ago
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Corruption claims cripple Modi's reform agenda

NEW DELHI-- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's economic reform agenda is facing an impasse amid threats by the opposition Congress Party to block parliamentary proceedings until political leaders accused of involvement in corruption are removed. ...
 Nikkei Asian Review5 days ago
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In an interconnected world, India cannot escape Greece crisis's fallout

If the impact of the Greece crisis spreads across Europe and parts of the world which are more interconnected than ever before, India cannot hope to be insulated, says Paranjoy Guha Thakurta. There was no Night of the Long Knives. This time, it was boringly predictable. All but the most naive thought that an amicable solution would be found to prevent Greece from leaving the Eurozone. As "erratic Marxist" Yanis Varoufakis put in his papers as the finance minister of Greece, stock markets and ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago The Greece Crisis and its lessons for India  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

SBI bank not for $ 1 bn loan to Adani's Aus project

'Seven months after India's largest bank signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with a corporate conglomerate, a big question mark hangs over whether the State Bank of India will advance a first-of-its kind loan of $1 billion or over Rs 6,200 crore to a group headed by Gautam Adani to part-finance what is supposed to become Australia's biggest coal mining project (and one of the world's biggest as well),' writes senior journalist and Rediff contributor Paranjoy Guha Thakurta in the Asian ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Emerging Asia Pacific: Economy Trends Update -- April 2015

Slowdown in China Adversely Impacts Many Asian Economies During the first quarter, news from emerging Asia was dominated by the deep slowdown in China and its adverse impact on a host of other Asian economies, such as South Korea, Malaysia, ...
 Advisor Perspectives1 month ago

Sri Lanka: UNHRC can still be an albatross

N Sathiya Moorthy 03 June 2015 Analysis The Sri Lankan Government's decision not to send a 'special delegation' for the 29 th session of the UNHRC this month should be seen as an attempt to try and 'de-politicise' the engagement with the ...
 Observer India1 month ago

Is India's growth exaggerated?

Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent 1 June 2015 From the section India Many experts say the economy is still waiting to gather momentum Last week, India announced growth figures which would make the world envious. Asia's third-largest ...
 BBC1 month ago
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Why the child labour law should not be amended

The proposed changes to the child labour law to allow children and adolescents to work for their families would be most retrograde and regressive, say Shinzani Jain and Paranjoy Guha Thakurta. On May 13, 2015, a meeting of the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved amendments to the Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Amendment Act, 2012, ostensibly to ensure that education of children in the 6-14 age group is not compromised. However, certain exceptions laid ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

India: No Place For Dissent In World's Biggest Democracy

RTCC.org You can't muzzle dissent in a democracy, said the Delhi High Court while delivering a verdict against the federal government's attitude towards civil society. But this is what green campaigners say India's government led by prime minister ...
 Counter Currents2 months ago
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