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Why govt is wrong to argue Kohinoor was 'gift' to British
Financial Express

Expert Opinion: Why govt is wrong to argue Kohinoor was gift t...

Former Foreign Service officer Bhaswati Mukherjee, who served as India's Permanent Representative to UNESCO, is very surprised that the government told the Supreme Court that the Kohinoor was a gift to the British and could not be reclaimed. ... Yahoo! India, 1 month ago

It's Swamy vs Modi now! Rajya Sabha MP targets PM

Subramanian Swamy is at it again, and this time the target is not less than the Narendra Modi government itself! Yes, Swamy, who was indirectly criticised by PM Modi during an interview this week, has now taken to questioning the government's GDP ...
 MSN News US17 hours ago PM slams Swamy for attack on Rajan  MSN News US4 days ago

After annoying BJP, Swamy promises fewer tweets... for now

BJP lawmaker Subramanian Swamy, whose recent posts on social media have scripted a-controversy-a-day for the ruling BJP, declared today that there would be fewer tweets from him for now. Mr Swamy indicated that he had other things on his mind. ...
 MSN News US19 hours ago

China slams US for 'meddling' and backing India's NSG bid

China accused the US on Thursday of meddling in its affairs in the South China Sea and making factually incorrect comments on India's bid to enter the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) while expressing strong displeasure at an American diplomat's ...
 MSN News US1 day ago

David Headley liked Osama's theory on women!

12:18 am FOLLOW US: New Delhi : Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley liked Osama bin Laden's theory of having several women in one's life but found Pakistani women to be cumbersome than those from Arab countries, says a new book. ...
 The Freepress Journal5 days ago

Foreign Exchange Market & Cross-border Transactions: Some Random Reflections - Shri Harun R Khan, Deputy Governor - June 11, 2016 - at the 11th Annual Conference of the Foreign Exchange Dealers Association of India (FEDAI), Hong Kong

Shri C. Venkat Nageshwar, Chairman, Foreign Exchange Dealers Association of India (FEDAI), Shri Ravi Sinha, Acting Consul General of India in Hong Kong, Shri D. G. Patwardhan, outgoing CEO of FEDAI, Shri Ashwani Sindhwani, incoming CEO of FEDAI, ...
 Reserve Bank of India1 week ago 24Jun/Harun R Khan: Foreign exchange market and cross-border transactions some random reflections  Foreign Affairs.co.nz1 week ago
Bloomberg View

The departure of Raghuram Rajan is a worrying sign for India

All too often, the stewards of ­India's economy have been short of credibility. Politicians promises of economic reform are rarely fulfilled, bureaucrats assurances are widely disbelieved and even economic growth numbers have become objects of ...
 Abu Dhabi National1 week ago Rajan's exit is bad news for India  DAWN Group1 week ago "Rexit" Is Bad News for India  Bloomberg View1 week ago Whatever the reasons, Rexit is bad news for India  Emirates-Business.ae1 week ago
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56 Worst Films Ever - II

1. RGV Ki Aag: If the underworld doesn't finance Bollywood, who the hell gives Ram Gopal Verma the money to produce one bad film after another? Amitabh Bachchan may have said yes to this film because he didn't want his son to be thrown out of the ...
 FHM India1 week ago

Lessons from Raghuram Rajan's exit: Don't paint RBI Governor as Superman

Raghuram Rajan has done the right thing. By opting out of seeking an extension as Reserve Bank Governor when his term expires in September, he has protected the institution from further politicisation. While RBI Governors, given their different ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago
Rediff.com

Why no one has gone to jail for money laundering

The Enforcement Directorate has managed to sniff out over Rs 9,000 crore as suspected haul from money laundering in a decade, but it has yet to link those against anyone successfully in a court. Image: Most money laundering cases have a foreign link to them. Photograph: Reuters     The Indian prosecution network for anti-money laundering has all the elements in place, except the criminal.    In 11 years since July 2005, when the Enforcement Directorate, or ED, was ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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