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Cheap power or clean energy? Modi's $275 billion Indian dilemma
WA Today

Cheap power or clean energy? Modi's $275 billion Indian dilemma

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ambitious plans to lift renewable energy's share. Photo: Stringer A weak link lurks in Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's push for an unprecedented $US200 billion (expansion of clean energy: cash-starved ... WA Today, 3 days ago
How Has India's Prime Minister Performed After 1 Year? Heritage Foundation, 1 month ago
Business Insider

4 reasons to be optimistic about India

Reuters/Stringer India Nevertheless, even as the post-election euphoria has subsided, there are reasons for optimism on India's investment potential. While the credit sector is no longer an exceptional value, we see opportunities in duration in ...
 Business Insider1 week ago
Sakaal Times

Australian diplomat visits RLSS

Pune, Deputy Consul General of Australia, Simon Stringer, Australian diplomat, Australia India Council's Direct Aid Programme, Rashtriya Life Saving Society (India), RLSS, Australia India Council, Cardio-Pulmonary
 Sakaal Times1 week ago

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, DIA, QQQ, JPM, BP)

Reuters/Stringer India A cow stands in the middle of a busy road as auto-rickshaws pass by in Bengaluru, India. Here is what you need to know. The OECD cut its outlook for global growth. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development ...
 Business Insider1 month ago

When Bollywood got jailed

Bollywood's many run-ins with the law. Image: Salman Khan. Photograph: Stringer India/Reuters After 12 years of twists and turns befitting a Bollywood thriller, Salman Khan has been found guilty in the 2002 hit and run case. While the court verdict was declared this morning, the actor has already had his share of jail encounters, thanks to his other court case, where he was charged with killing two chinkaras or black bucks, a deer species, at Bhavad village in Rajasthan in 1998. Salman is not ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Christian Post

ISIS Isn't Wrong About Being Able to Get Nuclear Weapon From Pakistan, India's Defense Minister Says

|12:07 pm (Photo: Reuters/Stringer CD/PN) India's junior foreign minister Rao Inderjit Singh addresses the media during a media conference in Havana, Cuba, September 6, 2005. Singh said Cuba has given India's state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp ...
 Christian Post2 months ago
Times of Oman

IS plans to attack India to bring US into conflict: Report

An Islamic State militant uses a loud-hailer to announce to residents of Taqba city that Tabqa air base has fallen to Islamic State militants, in nearby Raqqa city August 24, 2014. Islamic State militants stormed the air base in northeast Syria on ...
 Times of Oman3 days ago
Business Insider Malaysia

Here's what traders are saying about the overnight bloodbath in the Chinese stock market

REUTERS/Stringer Via Dave Lutz at JonesTrading, here's a guide to what traders are talking about after a huge sell off in Chinese stocks overnight. Good Morning! A sea of red overseas has the S&P extending last weeks 2.2% drop. Nasdaq off ...
 Business Insider Malaysia5 days ago
UCAN India

Indian journalists fearful after fourth attack in less than a month

An Indian TV channel covers an event in Hyderabad in April New Delhi: The journalism community in India is reeling after a reporter was found beaten and burned to death in Madhya Pradesh on Saturday, marking the fourth attack on journalists in ...
 UCAN India1 month ago Citizen Journalism in 'Developing' India: Pay with life for reporting, Why India ranks at 136/180 in World Press Freedom Index?  IBNLive India News1 month ago

Why do deadly stampedes occur during Indian religious festivals?

Fatal stampedes occur frequently at Indian religious festivals, where large crowds gather in small areas with few crowd control or safety measures. Devotees crowd attend the Maha Pushkaralu festival on the banks of river Godavari in India.
 Christian Science Monitor2 weeks ago
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