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Modi far too shrewd to be distracted by nationalist symbolism, suggests Zakaria

Sep 20, 2014

Modi far too shrewd to be distracted by nationalist symbolism, suggests Zakaria

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is "far too shrewd" to be distracted by nationalist symbolism which would derail his growth agenda and embroil him in unwanted controversies, well known IndianAmerican journalist Fareed Zakaria suggests. #India #BJP #US #Narendra Modi #Nationalism #Washington #Modi #Indian Economy #Indian Markets #Fareed Zakaria #CNN Interview #Zakaria #Interview with Modi
India, China sign three pacts within hours of Xi's arrival

Sep 17, 2014

India, China sign three pacts within hours of Xi's arrival

Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed the visiting dignitary and his wife at the entrance of the Hyatt Hotel after which the prime minister showed them an exhibition of various Buddhist artifacts and slides. #Economy #India #China #diplomacy #NewsTracker #Ahmedabad #Xi Jinping #Guangzhou #Anandiben Patel #OP Kohli
Panel submits report on new gas pricing formula

Sep 17, 2014

Panel submits report on new gas pricing formula

The increase in gas price would bring windfall for the government -- about $2.08 billion (Rs 12,900 crore) from additional profit petroleum, royalty and taxes accruing from doubling of gas rates, according to oil ministry estimates. #Economy #Reliance Industries #UPA #Election Commission #KG-D6 #PolicyWatch #Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs #Dharmendra Pradhan #Rangarajan formula #gas pricing mechanism
Rousseff gaining on Silva in likely Brazil runoff race

Sep 13, 2014

Rousseff gaining on Silva in likely Brazil runoff race

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has narrowed the lead of her top challenger, Marina Silva, to one percentage point in a potential runoff vote expected to follow the Oct. 5 first-round election, an opinion poll by pollster Ibope showed on Friday. In a runoff, Silva has 43 percent support to 42 percent for Rousseff, said Ibope, which polled more than 2,000 people. #Economy #India #China #Elections #Japan #Russia #markets #Italy #United Kingdom
Manmohan Singh could, but didn't stop scams Vinod Rai blasts Congress

Sep 12, 2014

Manmohan Singh could, but didn't stop scams Vinod Rai blasts Congress

The former Comptroller and Auditor General had a tumultuous tenure in office as the then UPA government particularly the Congress party was up in arms against him for letting out reports which were not in their favour. #Politics #Economy #2G scam #Manmohan Singh #Suresh Kalmadi #UPA #Congress #air india #ConnectTheDots #CWG Scam #Praful Patel #Vinod Rai #coal scam #Not Just An Accountant
Need consensus on Goods and Services Tax for autonomy Jaya to other states

Sep 11, 2014

Need consensus on Goods and Services Tax for autonomy Jaya to other states

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has written to all her counterparts to form a consensus on the Goods and Services Tax. #Economy #India #Tamil Nadu #Finance minister #NewsTracker #J. Jayalalithaa #Arun Jaitley #Goods and Services Tax #GST #Tamil Nadu CM #fiscal autonomy
Goa got 25% additional funds this FY despite mining ban Parrikar

Sep 11, 2014

Goa got 25% additional funds this FY despite mining ban Parrikar

Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has said the state received 25 percent additional funds this fiscal as compared to the last financial year, despite a ban on the mining industry. #Economy #UPA #NewsTracker #Goa #MINING #Manohar Parrikar
"Don't break my heart," British PM begs Scots

Sep 11, 2014

"Don't break my heart," British PM begs Scots

EDINBURGH (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday begged Scots not to rip apart the United Kingdom's "family of nations", flying to Scotland to man the barricades against a surge in support for independence eight days before a referendum. Cameron appealed to Scots to use their heads and their hearts when they voted on Sept. 18. #Politics #Economy #India #London #Brazil #Russia #Argentina #United Kingdom #Latin America #Mexico #british
Why Brazil's 'new middle class' is frustrated with President Rousseff

Sep 09, 2014

Why Brazil's 'new middle class' is frustrated with President Rousseff

a faltering economy and mounting frustration over poor public services are dimming the outlook for Brazil's "new middle class." #Economy #Brazil #ConnectTheDots #BRICs #Dilma Rousseff #South America #public services #Brazil protests