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Will Modi’s Latest Move Boost India Stocks Further

The election of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in May and his promise to boost India's flagging economy through much-needed reforms underlie India's stock market rally.

Nov

03

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Alert on India-Pak Border, Land Trade Halted

High alert has been sounded along the India-Pakistan border in the wake of a suicide bomb attack at the Wagah checkpoint near Lahore.

Nov

02

2014

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US Calls Off Trade Hunt Against India

The US chamber of commerce that had cross-haired India for its trade and patent practices seems to have called off the hunt, signaling willingness to work withModi government.

Nov

02

2014

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Modi Whips Out a Pluralist Bouquet

Modi’s floral analogy came in an address to BJP workers this evening at the launch of a party “sadhayasta abhiyaan” or membership campaign.

Nov

02

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India's IT Capital Gets New Old Name

In a bid to shed anglicized place names from British colonial rule, 12 cities in India's Karnataka state have been officially renamed.

Nov

01

2014

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The Spoils of Royalty

Why do we cling on to the idea that it is the royal that is luxurious? Real Indian luxury is not the objects, but the service

Nov

01

2014

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Is Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Eclipsing Indira Gandhi

This year Mr. Modi declared Oct. 31 “Rashtriya Ekta Divas,”or National Unity Day, in honor of Mr. Patel.

Nov

01

2014

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China Nod to Rail Line Bordering India

China has approved construction of a new, strategically important railway line in Tibet which would come close to the Indian border in Arunachal Pradesh.

Oct

31

2014

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The Day India’s Prime Minister was Murdered

Thirty years ago, India's Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was murdered in her garden by her own bodyguards.

Oct

31

2014

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Remembering Indira Gandhi

Indira Gandhi deserves a historical evaluation and not hagiography.

Oct

31

2014

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Sardar Patel, Indira Gandhi Star in Latest Political Battle

rime Minister Narendra Modi will flag off a 'Run for Unity", a mega event to celebrate Sardar Patel's 139th birth anniversary.

Oct

31

2014

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Modi Boots Indian Officials Out of the First Class Cabin

The ban on first-class travel, which could save $3,000 on a long-haul flight, is part of an austerity drive launched by Modi.

Oct

29

2014

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Sins Of Commission

How thirty years and nine official inquiries obscured the truth of the 1984 anti-Sikh violence.

Oct

27

2014

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NRIs Might Get E-vote; But Not Vote at Embassies

The Election Commission said the external affairs ministry is against any physical voting at Indian embassies, high commissions and consulates overseas.

Oct

25

2014

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Modi Wave Liberates India

For now, at least, the voter has come to terms with Modi, the man who promises development that also comes with unabashed allegiance to Hindutva.

Oct

25

2014

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Modi’s Idea of India

Modi is stoking old Hindu rage-and-shame over what he calls more than a thousand years of slavery under Muslim and British rule.

Oct

24

2014

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Where is Rahul Gandhi

Indians have taken to Twitter to ask: "Where is Rahul Gandhi?"

Oct

24

2014

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Why Modi Won't Talk to the Media

A media and communication strategy cannot be born of just an old grudge.

Oct

22

2014

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In From the Cold

The Hindu hardline RSS who see Modi as their own

Oct

22

2014

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Modi to Star at Sydney’s Allphones Arena

Since becoming prime minister, Narendra Modi has performed in New York’s storied Madison Square Garden and played drums on stage in Japan.

Oct

21

2014

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Wall Of Mourning

The Congress can lament there. The BJP needs a triumphal arch.

Oct

21

2014

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Fresh Hope For the India-US Social Security Agreement

An India-US agreement will also favourably impact the cost of employment for both sets of employers.

Oct

20

2014

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The Welcome Death of Memorials

The ban on conversion of bungalows into memorials will not save the govt much money, nor will it directly affect many people

Oct

19

2014

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Is Mamata Banerjee India's Most Underrated Artist

Few Indian painters can boast such an astonishing rise in value without any major awards or artistic milestones.

Oct

17

2014

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US Complaints About India's IPR Regime Are Bullying Attempts

There is a long litany of complaints about India's intellectual property rights (IPR) regime.

Oct

17

2014

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High-level Dispute

India has unveiled plans to build a mountain road along the disputed border with China in the country's remote north-east.

Oct

17

2014

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Warnings of Multi-city, MultipleAttack on India

It is more than a possibility’ now that the global terror groups may find ‘allies’ in similar organisations already active in India

Oct

17

2014

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Stern Message to China

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday sharpened his attack on China, saying no country had the right to warn India.

Oct

16

2014

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Has The Government Forgotten Devyani Khobragade

Superpowers don't allow other countries to put their diplomats in the dock, and they certainly don't leave their faithful servants in the lurch.

Oct

16

2014

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Great Indian Novel

Why Shashi Tharoor's Great Indian Novel still appeals.

Oct

16

2014

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India Holds Crucial Elections

Voting has been held in state elections in India in what is seen as PM Narendra Modi's first major test of popularity.

Oct

16

2014

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Shades of Africa in India's Social Fabric

Astonishing as it may sou­nd but East Africans were once a part of India.

Oct

16

2014

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India to Scrap Archaic British Colonial Laws

The Indian government is compiling a list of hundreds of archaic colonial era laws to scrap as part of its drive to modernise the country.

Oct

15

2014

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What Happened to the Gandhis?

After the resounding rejection of the Nehru-Gandhi clan’s Congress party in national elections, the family–has all but disappeared from the front pages of India’s newspapers.

Oct

15

2014

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Indian State Seeks to Emulate China Boom

Madhya Pradesh, a state larger than Italy and more populous than Britain, must emulate China, Japan and South Korea.

Oct

15

2014

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US Announces Trade Action Against India

The United State Trade Representative’s office announced an out-of-cycle review (OCR) of India’s trade practices, as it had said earlier in the year it would.

Oct

14

2014

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Indian American Closes Gap in Poll Battle

an Indian American is closer than ever to represent Silicon Valley in the House of Representatives, unseating the incumbent.

Oct

14

2014

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Congress Sacks Shashi Tharoor for Praising Modi

India’s former ruling party Congress has sacked Shashi Tharoor from the post of party’s spokesman following criticism on his praise of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. - See more at: http://www.pakistantribune.com.pk/22585/congress-sacks-shashi-tharoor-praising-modi.html#sthash.FPGh56Jg.dpuf

Oct

13

2014

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Modi Seeks to Revive India’s Zombie Factories

Modi is preparing to invest more taxpayer money in ailing state-owned factories in a bid to turn them around

Oct

10

2014

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India Gives It Back At The Border

Adventurism is costing Pakistan and it will continue to hurt if it doesn't stop the shelling at the border.

Oct

10

2014

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Corporate America Vows To Boost US-India Business Ties

USIBC) has reaffirmed its faith and hope in the future of the US-India trade relationship

Oct

10

2014

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Are Indians Doing PM Modi's Clean Up Challenge

There was huge fanfare last week when Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched his version of the "Ice Bucket Challenge".

Oct

08

2014

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India Axes 'Laughable' Laws From British Rule

Flying kites or balloons without permission and car inspectors requiring clean teeth are among the laws to be scrapped.

Oct

08

2014

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New York Times Apologises For Cartoon On India's Mars Mission

NYT apologised for publishing a cartoon on India's successful Mars mission which a large number of readers accused of mocking India.

Oct

07

2014

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In America, The Force Was With Gujju Bhai Modi

The person who, in a bout of linguistic inspiration, first suggested that Narendra Modi kem cho and conquered America probably never had politics on his mind.

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