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Pakistan knows India is on a different level with the US
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Pakistan knows India is on a different level with the US

'Both India and Pakistan are now, for the first time in history, very closely allied and connected with the US -- economically and politically.'South Asia expert Shuja Nawaz speaks to Aziz Haniffa/Rediff.com in Washington, DC. IMAGE: Pakistan army chief General Raheel Sharif, third from left, introduces US Secretary of State John Kerry to some of his top generals before a military briefing during his visit to Pakistan's army headquarters in Rawalpindi, January 13, 2015. Photograph: US State ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago
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Engaging Myanmar as it moves to democracy

Economic and strategic imperatives both demand building close ties Last year, Burmese political icon and Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi told an Indian television network: If the National League for Democracy (NLD) wins the elections and we form the ...
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Cairn India may shut down on high cess

The oil business in India, unlike Iran and Saudi Arabia, is far riskier and largely driven by fiscal policy airn India, the nation's largest onshore oil driller, may shut down its operations in the country due to high cess on oil output and the ...
 The Hindu1 week ago India's development dilemma  Daily Times2 months ago

Dosa Economics

Excerpts from C D Deshmukh lecture by Dr , Governor , Reserve Bank of India on January 29 at National Council of Applied Economic Research. I thank Shekhar Shah for inviting me to deliver the CD Deshmukh lecture at NCAER. Sir Chintaman Dwarakanath ...
 Outlook India1 week ago
Australian Institute of International Affairs

Trouble Ahead: The China-Pakistan-India Triangle

« Go back By The China-Pakistan strategic relationship is becoming increasingly important if China is to achieve its ambitions in the region. Much to India's concern, the cooperation between China and Pakistan is set to increase if Pakistan's ...
 Australian Institute of International Affairs2 days ago China, the missing piece to the Pakistan puzzle?  The Hindu1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Many hits and some misses

KANWAL SIBAL In 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has energetically expanded the political, security and economic reach of Indian diplomacy. He has travelled extensively, visited countries hitherto neglected at his level, conveyed a message of ...
 Navhind Times1 month ago The Modi style of diplomacy: Many hits and some misses  Hindustan Times1 month ago From terror to trade: Eight reasons Pakistanis now want a peace process from Modi and Sharif  Quartz1 month ago
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India Inc upbeat, global CEOs stay cautious

Almost two-thirds of Indian CEOs (64 per cent) are confident of their company's growth prospects over the next 12 months, with 78 per cent expecting to maintain the momentum over the next three years. According to PwC's annual CEO Survey, compared ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago

Deal, yes. But a good deal...?

The economic and infrastructural assumptions at the base of the two big ticket items of the India-France bilateral — Rafale fighter jets and nuclear reactors — are flawed. Hence, even if the deals are signed, they will not bring about a ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

Politics and Productivity

Many analysts and commentators now regard India as the fastest growing economy in the world. The decline in the Chinese economy has made India the cynosure. India has to choose between needed reforms now for faster growth or a 'scorched' economy ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago Urbanisation and leveraging Economies of Agglomeration  Daily Mirror Sri Lanka1 month ago
Gizmodo India

Here's Why India Needs Smart Cities That Are Immune To Consequences Of Natural Disasters

The recent earthquake in North-east India has shocked everyone. The frequency at which earthquakes and other natural disasters' are hitting India and other Asian countries, has got everyone worried. We can't do much to avoid these natural disasters ...
 Gizmodo India1 month ago
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