Jul

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India-Pakistan Peace Talks Put Off

Rising tension on the borders has thrown the fate of crucial talks between the national security advisers of Pakistan and India in the doldrums.

Jul

21

2015

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Delhi's Most Haunted House

The only people willing to take Delhi's 'most haunted house' is the Indian Government.

Jul

20

2015

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How Iran's Nuclear Deal Affects India

The deal announcing the lifting of economic sanctions against Iran could open a market of of 80 million consumers.

Jul

16

2015

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Choosing Citizenship on India-Bangladesh Border

India's parliament approved a key agreement with Bangladesh enabling the two countries to exchange control of areas of land on each other's territory.

Jul

15

2015

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Make in India Gives a Big Boost to Stake in India

Foreign direct investment (FDI) into equity jumped 48 per cent after the launch of the 'Make in India' programme

Jul

15

2015

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Can Modi Reconnect India With Central Asia

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent visit to five Central Asian countries has reinvigorated India's traditional ties with the region.

Jul

15

2015

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Hindu Migrants from Pakistan may Get Property Rights

We have a responsibility toward Hindus who are harassed and suffer in other countries ...India is the only place for them"

Jul

15

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Indian Among Tourists Arrested in China

A group of 20 foreign tourists including Britons, South Africans and an Indian national, have been arrested in northern China, on suspicion some had ties to a "terror group".

Jul

14

2015

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India-US on Cusp of Sea Change

India and America have made tremendous progress in bilateral relationship in a decade after signing the landmark civic nuclear deal.

Jul

14

2015

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US Vice President's Decades-old Mumbai Connect

US Vice President Joe Biden now appears to have resolved the mystery behind his distant relatives living in Mumbai, India.

Jul

13

2015

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US Set to be India's Biggest Arms Supplier

The US is fast consolidating its position as India's largest arms supplier with a flurry of new defence deals and joint projects.

Jul

10

2015

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India's Narendra Modi Accepts Pakistan Visit Invite

ndian PM Narendra Modi has accepted an invitation from his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif to attend a regional summit in Islamabad next year.

Jul

10

2015

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For India, Trouble's in Hong Kong, Not Shanghai

The impact of the meltdown in Chinese markets is going to be limited as far as the Indian stock markets are concerned

Jul

10

2015

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Watch Out India, a Terror Storm is Brewing

South Asia faces a terrorist threat that has never been greater even though for the present it may seem at a low ebb with West Asia and Africa taking centre stage.

Jul

09

2015

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Federal Probe Into Medical School Exam Scandal

India's Supreme Court has ordered a federal inquiry into a massive medical school admissions examination scandal in Madhya Pradesh state.

Jul

09

2015

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India Sees Chance to Nail Pakistan Over JuD Issue

JuD chief Hafiz Saeed is free to roam in Pakistan despite being under UN sanction and facing $10 million US bounty.

Jul

08

2015

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India's Deadly Medical School Exam Scandal

A medical school admission examinations scandal in India has turned into a veritable whodunit with thousands of arrests, mysterious deaths and the suspected involvement of top politicians and bureaucrats,

Jul

07

2015

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Bobby Jindal Says India Desperate For US Leadership

Thrashing the foreign policy of the Obama Administration, Republican presidential aspirant Bobby Jindal has sought steps by the US to take the mantel of global leadership.

Jul

07

2015

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ILO is Anti-jobs and Anti-India

ILO is a United Nations organisation. It should act as a non-partisan body, playing the role of an honest broker, if needed, between workers’ interests and the interests of the larger economy.

Jul

07

2015

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Why Emergency is a Continuous Reality

It was the time when politicians faced what other Indians do every day.

Jul

07

2015

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What’s Behind Modi’s Central Asia Tour

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the start of “a new era in our relations with Central Asian republics” as he embarked on a tour of five countries in the region beginning in Uzbekistan.

Jul

07

2015

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Modi's Tinder

There is a lot of swiping in the new app, also called Narendra Modi

Jul

06

2015

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Zeal for Kashmir Insurgency Wanes

The capital of Pakistani-administered Kashmir and the base camp for the insurgency, all is unusually quiet.

Jul

03

2015

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Is India's Economy Safe From the Greece Crisis

Newspapers and experts have urged the Indian government to be prepared to offset any negative impact of the deepening economic crisis in Greece.

Jul

03

2015

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NGO Rap a Concern, But US Values India

The United States is in constructive dialogue with the Indian government on the apparent clampdown on civil society organisations that receive foreign donations

Jul

02

2015

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Why the Indian Soldiers of WW1 Were Forgotten

Approximately 1.3 million Indian soldiers served in World War One, and over 74,000 of them lost their lives.

Jul

02

2015

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PM Modi Launches Digital India Campaign

Pitching India as the world's destination for the next big idea, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday asked, "If Indians can work in Google. Why can't Google be made in India?"

Jul

02

2015

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Khobragade Reinstated, But Can't travel to US

Devyani Khobragade continues to suffer in the absence of a closure to her case which threatened to derail Indo-US ties not so long back.

Jul

01

2015

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India’s a Bigger Story Than US Federal Reserve and Greece

Indian investors have an important issue that is likely to engage their attention in the coming weeks and months.

Jul

01

2015

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Lalit Modi’s Powerful Frenemies

As more names come tumbling out in the Lalit Modi row, a look at Modi’s growing list of friends and enemies.

Jun

30

2015

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With BJP in a Tight Spot, Congress Turns up the Heat

Despite facing several graft charges, the party will continue attacking the BJP over allegations of abuse of power.

Jun

30

2015

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Immigrants Should Adopt American Values

Bobby Jindal believes that immigrants in the US should learn English and adopt American values.

Jun

29

2015

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Greece Crisis May Trigger Outflows From India

The economic crisis in Greece may trigger capital outflows from India and the government is consulting the RBI to deal with the situation.

Jun

26

2015

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Indians Mock Bobby Jindal on Twitter

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal's announcement that he is entering the Republican presidential race has become the subject of online mockery.

Jun

24

2015

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When Thakur Brought Back Order

Sholay and the Emergency and the national lament over the frustrations of democratic procedures

Jun

24

2015

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E-visa Making India a Popular Tourist Destination

Currently applicable to 77 nations, the e-Visa scheme has further given impetus to India's inbound travel

Jun

22

2015

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The Attack Helicopters US Wants to Sell to India

Government is likely to soon clear a contract worth over $2.5 billion for 22 Apache attack helicopters and 15 Chinook heavy-lift choppers with US aviation giant Boeing.

Jun

22

2015

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The Maggi and Modi Affair

Without a sound regulatory framework that runs itself, individuals will falter, and everyone will suffer. That is the simple lesson

Jun

22

2015

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China Opens New Route for Indian Pilgrims

China inaugurated a new land crossing into Tibet on Monday for Indian pilgrims who wish to visit one of the holiest sites in both Hinduism and Buddhism

Jun

22

2015

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Fiji to Paris, India Flaunts Soft Power

Modi led what India's foreign policy establishment rates as arguably the country's most successful single public diplomacy initiative ever.

Jun

21

2015

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Millions in India, World Mark 1st International Yoga Day

Millions of yoga enthusiasts bent and twisted their bodies in complex postures across India and much of the world on Sunday to mark the first International Yoga Day.

Jun

18

2015

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In Search of Freedom

Janaky Thevar, who was a commandant of the erstwhile Rani of Jhansi Regiment, and one of India’s several unsung women freedom fighters.

Jun

17

2015

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Sikh Student Can Join US Army Without Removing Turban

A Sikh college student will be able to join the US Army, without being forced to cut his hair, shave his beard or stop wearing his turban thanks to a Washington court ruling.

Jun

15

2015

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The Root of Sushma Swaraj Woes

Keith Vaz was the go-to man when it came to Indians getting things done in UK and it's only half in jest that he was described as "next only to the Prime Minister of England and can help."

Jun

15

2015

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The Future of Political Cartoons

Editorial cartoonists have critiqued India since the 1960s, even through the Emergency. Now, a clutch of new political satirists is emerging online

Jun

15

2015

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Sushma Joins Long List of Controversy-hit Foreign Ministers

As she rushed to meet the Prime Minister and took to Twitter for defence, Sushma Swaraj joined a long list of foreign ministers with their share of controversies.

Jun

11

2015

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Is Myanmar Raid Indian Counter-insurgency Shift

The Indian army has attacked rebels based inside Myanmar, days after at least 20 of its soldiers were killed in an ambush on a troop convoy in north-east India.

Jun

10

2015

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Delhi Minister Held For Fake Degree

Jitender Singh Tomar, who belongs to the Aam Admi Party (AAP), faces charges of forgery and cheating if he cannot prove he attended university.

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