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ASEAN leaders want India to be more pro-active in Indo-Pacific
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ASEAN leaders want India to be more pro-active in Indo-Pacific

All 10 ASEAN leaders conveyed to India their desire for it to play a more assertive role in the strategically important Indo-Pacific region while recognising the country's growing stature in ensuring regional peace and stability."Yes," said Secretary East in ... Business Standard, 3 weeks ago
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Paes wants to be a role model

I have achieved everything; it's tough to set new goals, says Paes IMAGE: Leander Paes, 18 Grand Slams and counting... Photograph: Simon Watts/Getty Images At 44, with 18 Grand Slam titles and an Olympic medal in his cupboard, Leander Paes is finding it "tough to set new goals" but still spent his off-season getting stronger to remain relevant in modern day tennis, which is being dominated by brute power.   Many of his contemporaries have become coaches and many of his juniors have ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Dail 2018 Battle for States

A pitched battle for Gujarat saw the BJP come to power for a sixth straight term in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state, but not without losing 16 seats to the Congress from its 2012 tally. While the electoral dust is yet to settle, the two ...
 DNA2 months ago Why Modi and Shah are losing control over BJP in Gujarat  catchnews.com1 month ago
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Gujarat Elections 2017 | Godhra, where locals are back to basics of life even as scars remain

It's 6 PM in Godhra. A power cut has plunged the road that stretches out in front of the railway station into darkness. This is the same stretch that earned infamy around 15 years ago after a coach full of kar sevaks was burnt down in Godhra on the other side ...
 DNA2 months ago

A dialogue with JC | Triumph at int’l court: It’s victory of India’s rising clout at global level

Q: Heartily congratulation. How did this miracle happen that you got 183 out of 193 votes? A : India is gaining respect in the world. Apart from 183 votes in the general assembly; all 15 members of the Security Council voted in our favour, which means that ...
 DNA2 months ago

Tata Power aims to have major contribution from clean sources

Interview: Anil Sardana, Tata Power chief executive officer (CEO) and managing director (MD) Tata Power has been at the helm of developments in the Indian power sector over the past few years. But the going has not been smooth. The company faced its first ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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The Future Of Indian Retail: 7 Interesting Highlights From Industry Leaders!

Retail is one of the fastest growing industries in India and contributes massively to the Indian growth story. By 2020, the industry is expected to reach the $1.1 trillion mark, and right now contributes 10% to the country’s overall GDP. The industries ...
 Trak.in1 day ago LEARNINGS FROM CHINA  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Indo-US relationship: India must avoid the American trap  Sify2 months ago

Chinese propaganda intensifies

China would like the rest of the world to think of it as a benign force, as it tries to project a carefully cultivated image of a country different to others, one that does not seek hegemony and does not interfere in the internal affairs of others. However, ...
 Sify1 day ago
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Why Mohan Bhagwat is right about the army

The RSS chief's comment that if war broke out, the military would not be ready for at least six to seven months is correct as it faces a shortfall in training and alertness and an even greater lack of funds for defence preparedness, notes Ajai Shukla. IMAGE: In each of the last three years, the army has been allocated 68 to 69 per cent of the services' budget, with the navy getting about 12.5 per cent and the air force 19.5 per cent. In the years before that -- 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 -- the ...
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Expect more pink sneakers in 2018

Brands like Puma, Wildcraft and Woodlands are rewriting the marketing playbook to cater to women consumers. IMAGE: With more and more sportswear being targeted at women, top brands believe marketing for women also means aligning the brand to a gender-related social causes. Reebok used Kangana Ranaut to speak up against eve-teasing gender-related pay discrimination. Photograph: Courtesy Reebok. For years sportswear brands have had their eyes trained on men. Now women, with their growing ...
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