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The Japan visit is a blockbuster, but here's one, small mistake PM Modi made

Sep 02, 2014

The Japan visit is a blockbuster, but here's one, small mistake PM Modi made

Modi got a lot of things right in Tokyo, but he should have made Japan part of his maiden foreign tour in July, and not postponed it by two months. #India #Japan #Narendra Modi #ConnectTheDots #nuclear deal #Shinzo Abe #Bullet Train #Kyoto
Nuke deal or not Why PM Narendra Modi's Japan visit was a big hit

Sep 02, 2014

Nuke deal or not Why PM Narendra Modi's Japan visit was a big hit

There are two ways of looking at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ongoing Japan visit and why he has been able to take the Indo-Japan relationship to a never before trajectory in such a short time. #World #China #Japan #Narendra Modi #ConnectTheDots #Modi #Shinzo Abe #India-Japan ties
Politics dominates Ganesh Chaturthi as Maharashtra gears up for assembly polls

Sep 01, 2014

Politics dominates Ganesh Chaturthi as Maharashtra gears up for assembly polls

Ganesh pandals across Mumbai are now dependent solely on the politicians for the funds for the festival. #ConnectTheDots #MNS #Shiv Sena #Maharashtra #Ganesh Chaturthi #Maharashtra Assembly Elections #Pandals

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Why new interest rate futures contracts will be a hit among investors

Jan 21, 2014

Why new interest rate futures contracts will be a hit among investors

The IRF 2014 version opened on the NSE on 21 January and is clocking volumes of over Rs 400 crore in about initial two hours of trading. The IRF will open on the BSE on 28 January. Volumes are likely to shoot up as the IRF trades on all exchanges. #Sensex #nifty #govt bonds #Interest rate #ConnectTheDots #Benchmark bond #BSE #NSE #FII #IRF
In the Devyani Khobragade saga, Indo-US ties biggest victim

Jan 12, 2014

In the Devyani Khobragade saga, Indo-US ties biggest victim

The Americans grossly misjudged and miscalculated the response of India, ignoring the fact that Washington chose to up its ante at a time when general elections are less than four months away and no government in New Delhi could have politically afforded to take the American affront lying low. #United States #Barack Obama #diplomacy #ConnectTheDots #Preet Bharara #Nisha Desai Biswal #United Nation #Devyani Khobragade #Sangeeta Richards #India-US diplomacy #Diplomat arrest row

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In the Devyani Khobragade saga, Indo-US ties biggest victim

Aug 19, 2014

Stash Or Trash Your Fashion Finds With The Swipe Of A Finger

Jessica Wilson dropped out of college after her counselor told her that she “didn’t have it in her” to make her dream fashion career a reality. Then Jessica dreamed even bigger, connected the dots between fashion and technology and is now the 22-year...
In the Devyani Khobragade saga, Indo-US ties biggest victim

Aug 24, 2014

Mayor Bill de Blasio praises peaceful NYC march over Eric Garner's death

Mayor Bill de Blasio Sunday praised the peaceful nature of a weekend march for justice in the police-involved death of Eric Garner, calling New York City a "beacon of the right way to do things." Thousands turned out for the demonstration Saturday le... #Al Sharpton #David A Paterson
In the Devyani Khobragade saga, Indo-US ties biggest victim

Aug 14, 2014

Letter: Raising wages would boost economy

Let's connect the dots. "Wage pressure" [News, Aug. 3] described fast-food workers advocating for $15-an-hour wages. Then, Standard & Poor's researchers said that the United States needs to look at the inequality of wealth and pay, because it is ... #Al Sharpton #David A Paterson