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How World War II changed India
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How World War II changed India

'The origins of the model of planned economic development adopted by independent India was a direct consequence of the war.''The war provided an opportunity for groups at the margins of Indian society to find new avenues for mobility.''The war also led to the emergence of India as a major Asian power and set the stage for it to play a wider role in international politics.' IMAGE: Marshal of the Air Force Arjan Singh, then a flight lieutenant, with pilots of No 1 Squadron by a Hawker Hurricane ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Swamy Twists facts, gets it wrong on Arvind Subramanian

Nothing in India’s Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian’s statement made at U.S. Congressional hearings in 2013 and 2014 suggest he is anti-India or batting for the other side. At worse, the testimonies are a healthy critique of the economy in 2013 ...
 Sify1 week ago
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US Senate REJECTS bill seeking special status for India

The Senate has failed to recognise India as a "global strategic and defence partner" of the United States after a key amendment necessary to modify its export control regulations could not be passed. A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent address to a joint session of Congress, top Republican senator John McCain had moved an amendment to the National Defence Authorisation Act which if passed would have recognised India as a global strategic and defence partner. The US had recognised ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Bill seeking special status for India fails to pass US Senate  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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The business of Indian diplomacy is business

Making it easier to do business is a key element of our strategy, says Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar. The connection between business and diplomacy is self-evident. Indeed, business has driven national and group strategies virtually over the entire course of human history. The issue, therefore, is less about correlation and more of the extent of centrality of business to the formulation of strategy. Indian experience since independence reveals that the growing salience of business at home is ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

A Himalayan balancing act

By Nirupama Rao The great Himalayan Divide between India and China was in evidence last week following the Chinese refusal to support India's case for entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group. While non-entry into the Group is not the end of the ...
 South Asia Monitor5 hours ago

On NSG, India rubbed China wrong way

While there are many reasons why India's strong pitch led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group was doomed to fail, two most important ones have not received attention. In the bid to salvage the bruised image of the ...
 Chandigarh Tribune19 hours ago
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Chinese daily calls India a 'beautiful woman, wanting to be wooed by all'

Playing down India’s decision to sign a logistic agreement with the United States, the Chinese state media on Monday said the proposed deal is stalled because of distrust between the two as India wants to be the “most beautiful woman” wooed by all, especially Washington and Beijing. “Besides their traditional distrust, the speculation heralding a US-India alliance is also an obvious underestimation of India’s ambition for a role of swing-state between ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Matsanyay

Call it the banking conundrum. On one hand, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is opening the sector by inviting more new banks —10 small finance banks, nine payment and two universal banks, to be precise. In addition, it is exploring the possibility of ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

The DRC's advantageous economic climate

Nestled in the heart of central Africa, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is in the midst of a major transformation. Known for its abundance of natural resources that are estimated to number above $24trn, the country has recently posted ...
 World Finance6 hours ago

Mexico's Special Economic Zones: White Elephants?

In June 2016, Mexico enacted a federal law to create Special Economic Zones (SEZ) in four of the poorest regions of the country. The initiative aims to reduce the markedly unequal levels of economic development inside Mexico, with a set of wealthy, ...
 Wilson Center16 hours ago
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