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Why Donald Trump's visa reforms are not all that bad

Why Donald Trump's visa reforms are not all that bad

To the extent that body shopping is replaced by true offshoring, everyone is better off, says Ajay Shah. Many in India are dismayed at the restrictions upon work visas that are being brought in by the Trump administration. However, the “body-shopping” business, which relies heavily on these work visas, is not optimal for India. When this easy choice is taken away, both ends of the business (in the US and in India) will converge on making true offshoring work. This is in India's ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

China's One Belt, One Road policy picks up pace

China's One Belt, One Road is the brainchild of President Xi Jinping, a concept he floated in 2013. It includes the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road. China definitely has the wherewithal to make a huge splash. It is now the ...
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'US varsities register drop in Indian student applications'

US universities have registered a sharp decline in the number of applications from Indian students after a spate of hate crimes and fear and anxiety about potential changes to visa policies by the Trump Administration. According to the preliminary results of ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Exclusive! What the head of US Congress' India caucus wants

US Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, newly elected co-chair of the influential Congressional Caucus on India and Indian-Americans, discusses her vision for US-India ties with Rediff.com's Monali Sarkar. IMAGE: US Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard at the first Diwali on Capitol Hill.Photograph: Rediff.com   When the Congressional Caucus on India and Indian-Americans was established in 1993, the India-United States relationship had little going for it. It is a testament to how far that relationship ...
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Pakistan's 'deep State' is run by its Islamic radical parties

[India], Mar. 25 (ANI): The recent incident of violence at Punjab University in Pakistan on March 22, perpetrated by the members of the Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) student wing, Islami Jamiat Taleba (IJT), again raised the question as to why successive provincial ...
 Sify1 month ago China will never own Islamabad's problem: Former Pak envoy  catchnews.com1 month ago
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The great Indian debate: Do mobile towers really cause cancer?

Mobile tower radiation reaching us is more than a thousand times weaker than that from the handsets we use and the Indian standards are 10 times more stringent than the global norms recommended by the World Health Organisation, points out T V Ramachandran. These days, frequent are the controversies due to “fake news” in diverse fields. Away from the limelight of these debates, a governmental campaign has been working to demolish misinformation and inadequate information in a vital ...
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Our Govt's priority has been de-hyphenating relations with Pak: BJP

[India], Mar. 17(ANI): Expressing his views on the ongoing tensions between India and Pakistan, Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) national general secretary Ram Madhav on Friday said under Prime Minster Narendra Modi-led Government, New Delhi has brought a major ...
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Don't look now but China's military is changing!

In a few years from now, India will be looking at an entirely different type of military adversary across the borders, in our waters, in the air, in space and in our communication networks, says Nitin Pai. What caught public attention recently was the announcement that China’s defence outlays have crossed a trillion yuan ($151 billion) for the first time, albeit growing at a slower 7 per cent in line with slower economic growth expectations. As usual, foreign analysts complained that the ...
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'Markets will be driven by global, not local, factors'

'We expect calendar year 2017 to be a benign year for FII investments in India, surpassing those in the past two years. This is based on the premise that India's macro remains strong, in terms of growth, inflation, interest rates and the twin deficits, meaning the current account balance and the government budget balance.' IMAGE: “Even on a relative basis, India remains an attractive emerging market, in terms of robust fundamentals and reasonable valuations.” Photograph: Toru ...
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My Agenda for Modi's New India

'I hope Prime Minister Modi will take the population bull by the horns,' says Sudhir Bisht. The Bharatiya Janata Party has won the Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand assembly elections very comfortably. It has also been invited to form the government in Goa and in all likelihood, it will stake its claim to form the government in Manipur. The BJP lost the Punjab assembly elections that it fought alongside its senior partner, the Shiromani Akali Dal, but it hasn't been able to induce any sadness in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Modi favourite for 2019 Lok Sabha elections: US experts  catchnews.com1 month ago
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