May

25

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President Will Try to Pull Out Thorns in India-China Ties

Mukherjee's message will be that India is open for business and warmly welcomes Chinese investment.

May

25

2016

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Russia Unexpectedly Loses India And Vietnam

Washington is trying to get India also involved in the game against China.

May

25

2016

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Time for India to Stretch its Wings

India continues to receive $3.2 billion per year in transitional support from the IDA program, even as other poor countries plead for more funds.

May

25

2016

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Why India's Spending $500M to Develop a Port in Iran

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on Monday the availability of about $500 million to invest in the development of the strategic southern Iranian port of Chabahar.

May

24

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India Should Imbibe Cook’s Recipe of Excellence

Perhaps it is time for India to make a spiritual connection with Apple in return– albeit of a different kind.

May

24

2016

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In India-Iran Relations Bollywood is Common Language

Actually, relations between the two countries are much more than just food, poetry, music and films and nostalgia. There are bigger issues like oil, sanctions, diplomacy and strategy to be taken care of.

May

24

2016

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US, India Alliance Nightmare For China & Russia

There are reports suggesting that the United States will violate sovereignty of many countries via aerial surveillance. Some of the countries involved include Russia, Venezuela and China.

May

24

2016

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ED to Invoke India-UK MLAT For Extradition of Mallaya

ED is soon expected to make a fresh request for Vijay Mallya's extradition under the India- UK Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLAT) in connection with its money laundering probe against the liquor baron in an alleged bank loan fraud case.

May

24

2016

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India Bans Nationals From Travelling to Libya

India on Monday banned its nationals from travelling to Libya for any reason, citing potentially deadly security threats.

May

24

2016

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India Wants to Turn Iranian Port Into Trade Hub

India is to open a $500-million line of credit to develop Iran's Chabahar port into a regional trading hub.

May

23

2016

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With Gandhis at Rock Bottom Will Congress Survive

Prashant Kishor, the election campaign manager brought in by the Congress party to reverse its declining fortunes, knew his real work would begin when the party hit rock bottom. It looks like that moment has come.

May

23

2016

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India PM Narendra Modi in Crucial Iran Talks

Mr Modi wants to increase India's investment in Iran and expand Delhi's strategic influence in the region.

May

23

2016

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British Indians Among Key Voters Decisive For EU Referendum

It is now clear that Indians and other minorities may hold the balance because there seems to be equal support for the In and Out campaigns among white voters.

May

23

2016

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U.S. House Votes For Enhanced Defence Cooperation With India

The U.S House of Representatives has passed amendments to the National Defence Authorisation Act (NDAA)-2017, seeking to enhance the country’s defence cooperation with India.

May

21

2016

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India's Narendra Modi Woos Iranian leaders

When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Tehran this weekend, he will find out whether it's the beginning of a new era in bilateral ties - or a missed opportunity.

May

21

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Why India is Wooing The Middle East

Most experts point to oil as a key reason for India's continued engagement with the region.

May

20

2016

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The Rise of BJP And Decline of Congress

With victory in Assam assembly elections, the BJP on Thursday moved one step closer to realize its dream of a "Congress-mukta Bharat". From Jammu to Assam, India's map is turning saffron.

May

20

2016

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Is Grand Old Party in Terminal Decline

Two years after a historic drubbing in general elections, the 130-year-old Congress party is showing little signs of revival.

May

19

2016

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Why Every National Asset Named After Gandhis

Veteran film actor Rishi Kapoor on Wednesday took to Twitter to launch a scathing attack on the Gandhi family and demanded that national assets named after them should be renamed.

May

19

2016

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India to Issue Report on Pollution in US, Europe

Terming the latest WHO report on air pollution "misleading", environment minister Prakash Javadekar said India would soon come out with air pollution data of major cities across the US and Europe so that people know the whole picture.

May

19

2016

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Singapore Pact May be Amended Soon

India will amend the Avoidance of Double Tax agreement with Singapore soon.

May

19

2016

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60 Extradited to India But None From UK

Vijay Mallya is the not the only Indian in UK whose extradition is being sought by Delhi. He has joined Lalit Modi , Nadeem Saifi and 12 others who have evaded extradition despite efforts of successive governments.

May

18

2016

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India Rejects Pakistan Concerns Over Kashmir Map

ndia has rejected Pakistan's concerns over a proposed law to ban maps or satellite images of the country unless they are approved by the government.

May

18

2016

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India Acts East

WWashington’s pivot to Asia gets all the attention, but India’s pivot east will redefine regional politics.

May

18

2016

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Modi to Visit Iran Seeking to Boost Trade

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Iran this week, seeking to boost trade with the oil-rich country after international sanctions were lifted this year.

May

17

2016

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Agusta Fiasco Lays Bare India's Systemic Frailties

This economy thrives regardless of which way the deal goes, leaving at times even the most honest process officers to wonder whether they have been had.

May

17

2016

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How World War II Shaped India

There can be little doubt that the period 1930-1950 was a watershed for modern India.

May

17

2016

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India to Renegotiate Tax Treaty With Singapore

India will have to renegotiate the tax treaty with Singapore to extend the capital gains tax provisions of the recently-concluded tax pact with Mauritius.

May

17

2016

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India Awaiting USA Response on Non-immigrant Visas

The meeting held at the WTO between India and USA which involved various disputes about the Washington’s barriers and non-immigrant visas is least likely to show positive outcomes.

May

17

2016

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India-US Forge Closer Ties

India and the United States continue to cultivate cooperation in strategic maritime defense, the US Embassy in India said in a statement after the first Maritime Security Dialogue.

May

16

2016

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India, US Hold Secret Bilateral Talks Over WTO Visa Dispute

Although the two sides remain silent about the overall consultations, experts say chances of a resolution seem bleak due to growing opposition to H-1B visas.

May

16

2016

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India-Japan Ties

In the past decade, bilateral trade has doubled, which is a clear indication of the two countries’ growing interest in each other.

May

16

2016

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China Raising Troop Strength on Border With India

China is deploying more troops on the border with India while modernizing its nuclear force and improving its strike capabilities

May

14

2016

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Hillary Clinton's Campaign Slams Trump For Mocking Indians

Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign has slammed Republican frontrunner Donald Trump for mocking an Indian call centre worker during an election rally this week, saying it shows disrespect towards the community and is reflective of his divisive rhetoric.

May

14

2016

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EU’s Loss, India’s Gain

A British exit from the EU could leave the country in a position to make a handsome profit by selling cyber-security and military technology to India

May

13

2016

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No High-profile Extradition From UK to India 23 Yrs After Signing Treat

The India-UK extradition treaty came into effect on December 30, 1993, but so far no high-profile individual wanted by India has been extradited from here

May

13

2016

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UK Finds Flaws in India’s Request for Christian Michel’s Extradition

After refusing to deport liquor baron Vijay Mallya, the United Kingdom has now found deficiencies in India’s request seeking extradition of British citizen and alleged middleman in the VVIP chopper deal, Christian Michel.

May

12

2016

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India Talking to UK on Tighter Norms For Skilled Workers

India has been consistently taking up the issue of tightening norms for skilled foreign workers with the UK at the highest level as it is seen to adversely impact Indian IT companies, Parliament was informed today.

May

12

2016

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Indian Hindus Ask Gods to Help Trump

Donald Trump may find it tough to get Republican leaders behind his campaign, but he’s got some faraway fans trying to get the gods on his side.

May

11

2016

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New Times, New Ties

India-US defence bill will be closely watched by Pakistan and China. It's now beyond the shadow of a doubt that the US is investing in a long-term strategic partnership with India, and has identified China’s growing military assertiveness as a threat.

May

11

2016

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Delhi Univ Says PM Modi’s Degree Authentic

The Delhi University said on Tuesday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s BA degree made public by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was “authentic” and stressed that the institute had all relevant records on his graduation.

May

11

2016

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India Fails to Get Mallya Deported

The Indian government’s efforts to bring back Vijay Mallya through the expeditious route of deportation came a cropper when the United Kingdom on Monday expressed its inability to accede to the request.

May

09

2016

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Modi’s Africa Outreach to Begin From Mozambique

Mr. Modi’s visit to Mozambique is significant as the country is home to a bulk of India’s Africa-bound investment.

May

09

2016

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The Perfect Indian Politician

Donald Trump is the perfect Indian politician. Since we vote so many of his ilk into power why should we mock the Americans for doing the same.

May

06

2016

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Germany Offers India Deal For Next Generation Submarines

In a departure from its traditional approach to business in India, Germany is for the first time offering a military deal under the government-government umbrella for its new-generation conventional submarines that have exceptional underwater endurance.

May

06

2016

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Obama Reappoints Indian-American to Key Administration Post

US President Barack Obama has reappointed Indian-American Sachin Dev Pavithran to a key independent government agency devoted to accessibility for people with disabilities.

May

06

2016

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India Chases Ex-Billionaire Mallya in a Nation That Rarely Returns Fugitives

If history is any guide, India faces a long battle in convincing the U.K. to send back ex-billionaire beer baron Vijay Mallya to face accusations of money laundering and failing to repay more than $1 billion in debt.

May

06

2016

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The Battle For The Indian Mind

What do protests at the University of Hyderabad and Jawaharlal Nehru University tell us about India’s ‘messy democracy’?

May

05

2016

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Rich Tributes to Krishna Menon in U.K.

The life and multi-faceted contributions of the Indian statesman V.K. Krishna Menon (1896-1974), especially the less-known phase of his life in Britain, were remembered at a meeting organised by the V.K. Krishna Menon Research Institute at the Nehru Centre in London.

May

05

2016

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Religious Freedom Has Deteriorated in India, Says US Report

Members of USCIRF were denied visas by Indian government early this year on the argument that religious freedom is enshrined in the constitution and any foreign third party has no locus standi to comment or investigate on it.

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