Oct

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India & Pakistan Need to Unite to Save Basmati

It will be a 'do or die' situation for India's Basmati, which occupies pride of place in the country's agricultural trade

Oct

28

2015

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India-Africa Summit

Narendra Modi set to meet heads of 20 nations today.

Oct

26

2015

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The Rise of Sanatan Sanstha

In ground zero -- the Sangli-Kolhapur belt – the rationalists are preparing for a long battle with the Sanstha.

Oct

26

2015

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India Looks More Attractive to Africans

India's pulling power and appeal for Africa have risen over the past year thanks to the higher economic growth trajectory and international standing earned by Modi.

Oct

24

2015

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US Body Backs Modi Govt’s Efforts on Trade And Investment

An independent US fact-finding federal agency has said India made “significant” changes to improve trade and investment conditions after Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office.

Oct

24

2015

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The Hyphen Linking India And China

The contours of the rivalry between India and China are far more complex than can be defined by a single dash between their names

Oct

21

2015

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The Chinese Firms Opening Factories in India

The founder of the industrial zone, Ravindra Sannareddy, says the incentives make India a very attractive manufacturing base for Chinese companies.

Oct

16

2015

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Reprieve For India Ex-PM in Coal Scandal

A special court in India has rejected a petition to summon former prime minister Manmohan Singh over a coal mining scandal.

Oct

15

2015

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Writers Returning Akademi Awards Are a Manufactured Paper Rebellion

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today termed the steady stream of writers returning Sahitya Academy awards as a "manufactured paper rebellion" against the government in the wake of a "manufactured crisis".

Oct

15

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In New Delhi’s View, It’s This Time For Africa

Chances are that PM Modi will use the India-Africa summit in New Delhi this month-end to move decisively away from a past that was rooted in idealism and intent, and not enough action.

Oct

13

2015

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SC Brings Curtain Down on Kargil Scam

The apex court closed the matter and disposed of the PIL after the Centre and the CBI said all the accused were discharged by the trial court and nothing survived in the case.

Oct

08

2015

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The Crisis of Today’s India

The new India is where values of the Constitution are becoming less important than the values of the market

Oct

08

2015

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UK Ending Aid to India

Britain will be ending bilateral aid to India by the end of this year.

Oct

08

2015

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Writer Returns Award in Modi Protest

A leading Indian writer has returned a prestigious literary award to protest the "vicious assault" on "diversity and debate" in the country.

Oct

07

2015

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Everyone in Silicon Valley Talking Swadeshi

PM Narendra Modi's Silicon Valley trip sparks swadeshi talk among techies

Oct

07

2015

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India’s Credible Offer on Climate Change

India has sent a strong signal by announcing efforts to curb climate change

Oct

05

2015

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Modi Wooed and Wowed Silicon Valley: US Media

US media gave pride of place to PM Modi's interactions with Silicon Valley's tech titans and his rockstar-like reception by the Indian diaspora, with the NYT saying he had conquered the tech Mecca.

Oct

05

2015

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Is Silicon Valley The Right Model For Indian Startups

Does our government really understand innovation, risk friendliness and start-ups?

Oct

05

2015

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German Push to Modi's Make in India

India and Germany have agreed that the 'Make in India' and other initiatives of the Indian government have the potential to open up investment opportunities for German companies.

Oct

02

2015

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Modi Rides Gandhi Wagon to Woo Africa Leaders

PM Narendra Modi will rekindle Mahatma Gandhi's Africa connection to reach out to African leaders ahead of the third India-Africa Forum Summit from October 27-29.

Sep

30

2015

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World Will Go Nowhere Without India Shining

World won't achieve its development goals without India coming through: Bill Gates.

Sep

28

2015

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Nehru Memorial Museum: A Story of India From Raj to Swaraj

The institution is caught in a controversy with the government wanting to make the memorial more inclusive and more reflective of independent India's achievements.

Sep

28

2015

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Modi Hails Social Media Power at Facebook HQ

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has hailed the political power of social media, as he visited the headquarters of Facebook in California.

Sep

28

2015

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How Modi Wooed Silicon Valley

It's remarkable, given the strength of the Indian expat community in California, that Narendra Modi's trip to Silicon Valley is the first by an Indian prime minister for more than three decades.

Sep

24

2015

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Dhokla Gets a Michelin Makeover

The Gujarati snack will take the form of corn dhokla molten cake served with a berry compote, which has been rustled up by Michelin-starred chef Vikas Khanna.

Sep

24

2015

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India One Step Closer to UNSC Seat

India is one step closer to the UNSC seat but this support that has gathered for India has left China sulking.

Sep

24

2015

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Modi Arrives in US

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who arrived here today on his second visit to the US, has a "packed schedule" ahead of him.

Sep

24

2015

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China's Pain Can't Be India's Gain

China's economic pain cannot be India's gain as both economies are not at the same level of development

Sep

21

2015

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Why India Needs a Partition Museum

Could the recently launched Partition Museum Project inspire Indians and Pakistanis to work together for common good?

Sep

20

2015

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Gujurat Police Detain Firebrand Leader

Authorities detained a firebrand young leader of the Patel caste in the Indian state of Gujarat as his supporters gathered for a rally.

Sep

18

2015

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India State Declassifies Files on Subhash Chandra Bose

The files, which were in the possession of Kolkata police, will be put on public display, but their contents are not yet known.

Sep

16

2015

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From New York to San Jose, Modi Unites Indian Diaspora

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is said to be on course to attain two other objectives: “Unite” the Indian community abroad, and “revive” their links with the motherland.

Sep

16

2015

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Modi Braces For Protests During US Visit

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is preparing for a volley of protests, during his visit to the United States.

Sep

16

2015

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Evaluating the US-India Strategic Agenda

As dynamic democracies with an interest in the future of Asia, the United States and India should come together.

Sep

11

2015

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After GM Exit, Nano Gives Gujarat Big Scare

Nano's drive to Sanand from jinxed Singur in 2008 marked the beginning of Narendra Modi's image-makeover - a divisive figure to the `Good M'.

Sep

09

2015

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Bihar Polls Are a Test of Modi's Popularity

Just when you thought caste was on the retreat in India's febrile politics, it is back with a vengeance. The more things change, the more they remain the same.

Sep

07

2015

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Modi Bigger Word Than Manmohan Globally

Narendra Modi beats Manmohan Singh on I&B ministrty's study of foreign press coverage of PM visits

Sep

07

2015

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Bye bye, Aurangzeb

A list of Delhi street names and what they were called before.

Sep

04

2015

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The Burmese Indians Who Never Went Home

Indians lived in Burma for centuries, but large-scale migration took place during British-colonial rule.

Sep

03

2015

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India's Most Hounded Activist

She has been called a "threat to India's national security" and a prosecutor wants to send her to prison.

Sep

03

2015

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Chinese Show May Force India to go Arms Shopping

Tanks, missiles and troops in lock-step filed past Beijing's iconic Tiananmen Square in a massive parade on Thursday commemorating Japan's World War II defeat

Sep

02

2015

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Did Jawaharlal Nehru Alienate Assamese

Nehru anticipated the imminent fall of Assam after the region of Bomdila in Arunachal Pradesh had fallen to the Chinese forces.

Sep

02

2015

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Why India And US Are Still Not Made For Each Other

India-US defence cooperation stuck in a Catch-22 situation until India approves foundational agreements

Aug

29

2015

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No Pity for Patels

The Patel/Patidar demand to be granted the status of OBC, or Other Backward Class, in Gujarat is premised on the notion that the state should look not at communities but at individuals.

Aug

29

2015

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Looking Backwards and Forwards From Partition

Whatever Pakistan (or Bangladesh) does to its minorities, the citizens and government of India must eschew a policy of retribution and revenge.

Aug

27

2015

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India, Seychelles Sign Agreement to Curb Tax Evasion

As it seeks to bring back black money stashed abroad, India signed an information exchange agreement with Seychelles, preferred by many for routing of funds to dodge taxes.

Aug

27

2015

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Irony Behind the Anger of Patels

The demand for job reservations by the Patels of Gujarat is an ironic consequence of uneven distribution of social capital between communities, even within communities.

Aug

27

2015

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Patel Agitation

Centre rushes 5,000 paramilitary troops to Gujarat.

Aug

25

2015

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India's Patel Community Rally Over Caste Quotas

More than 300,000 members of India's Patel community have staged a rally in Gujarat demanding better access to jobs and education.

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