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Rajan's reappointment administrative subject, should not be of media's interest: PM Modi

May 27, 2016

Rajan's reappointment administrative subject, should not be of media's interest: PM Modi

PM Modi said the issue of reappointment of RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan was an administrative subject and it should not be an issue of interest of the media. #India #Subramanian Swamy #TheySaidIt #Raghuram Rajan #The Wall Street Journal #Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Govt should not respond to poll rhetoric: PM Modi on Trump

May 26, 2016

Govt should not respond to poll rhetoric: PM Modi on Trump

Government should not respond to campaign rhetoric, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said. #Donald Trump #TheySaidIt #The Wall Street Journal #PM Narendra Modi
Drop in budget deficit signals revival in US economy

Jan 14, 2015

Drop in budget deficit signals revival in US economy

Capped off by a $2 billion surplus in December, the government ended the calendar year with a deficit of $488 billion, $72 billion less than the 2013 tally, The Wall Street Journal reported based on the data from the US Treasury. #Economy #Barack Obama #US #NewsTracker #US Treasury #The Wall Street Journal #Budget
Mint founding editor Narisetti is SVP, New News Corporation

Feb 26, 2013

Mint founding editor Narisetti is SVP, New News Corporation

Narisetti is currently a deputy managing editor with The Wall Street Journal and managing editor of The Wall Street Journal Digital Network. #News Corporation #The Wall Street Journal #Mint #MediaWatch #Raju Narisetti #Anoushka Healy #New News Corporation
Twitter, Washington Post faced hack attacks

Feb 03, 2013

Twitter, Washington Post faced hack attacks

Social media giant Twitter is among the latest US companies to report that it is among a growing list of victims of Internet security attacks, saying that hackers may have gained access to information on 250,000 accounts. #Twitter Inc. #the New York Times #The Wall Street Journal #InsecureNet #The Washington Post
WSJ defends Obama, says he is 'cheering' India

Jul 21, 2012

WSJ defends Obama, says he is 'cheering' India

Observing that the "truth-telling" of US President Barack Obama "evidently pricked the thin skin of India's politicians", a leading American financial daily has said he is in fact "cheering" the Indian elite and not insulting them. #Barack Obama #NewsTracker #The Wall Street Journal
Murdoch's News Corp considering splitting in two

Jun 26, 2012

Murdoch's News Corp considering splitting in two

News Corp. shares closed up 2.6 percent in Australia on Tuesday. They were up $1.365 to $21.45 in morning trading in New York. #Rupert Murdoch #NewsTracker #News Corporation #The Wall Street Journal
And the awards for India's best analysts go to....

May 15, 2012

And the awards for India's best analysts go to....

The survey assessed analysts' stock recommendations in 21 sectors and 10 countries. Four analysts in India emerged as "first-place" winners in six sectors. #Business/Finance #NewsTracker #The Wall Street Journal #analyst #MF Global Sify Securities India Pvt Limited
Before resigning Thompson told Yahoo board he had cancer

May 14, 2012

Before resigning Thompson told Yahoo board he had cancer

Yahoo's CEO Scott Thompson, who resigned after it was revealed that he lied on his resume, had apparently told the board that he had been diagnosed with thyroid cancer, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. #CEO #The Wall Street Journal #TechBuzz #YAHOO! INC. #Scott Thompson #Securities Exchange Commission
Karzai says Afghanistan joins Taliban peace talks: WSJ

Feb 16, 2012

Karzai says Afghanistan joins Taliban peace talks: WSJ

The newspaper described the talks as an important breakthrough in efforts to end the 10-year war in Afghanistan, noting that Karzai's government had protested at previously being left out of talks between Washington and the insurgents. #United States #Taliban #Afghanistan #Hamid Karzai #The Wall Street Journal #Af-Pak #Afghan government