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Sep 28, 2011
Impatient Europe threatens to break off India free-trade talksDe Gucht hinted at a press conference on Monday that "at a certain point, it requires pragmatism" to reach an agreement.
Sep 26, 2011
Rupee options trading kicks off on Dubai exchangeDGCX is the only exchange outside India to offer trading in both futures and options in the Indian rupee.
Sep 23, 2011
Doha round can't be concluded by 2012: Trade secyThe Doha round was launched in late 2001 with the goal of helping poor countries prosper through trade.
Sep 23, 2011
Rate of H1B visa rejection increasing: India tells USUnderscoring the importance of free movement of professionals, Sharma also asked for early signing of the India-US Totalisation Agreement, under which an expatriate in either country need not contribute to social security schemes of the host country.
Sep 22, 2011
Schmidt says Google has not cooked search resultsGoogle Inc has not cooked its search results to favour its own products and listings, Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt told a U.S. Senate hearing looking into whether the search giant abuses its power.
Sep 11, 2011
A Sept 11 family honours a proud ManipuriJupiter Yambem’s wife, Nancy McCardle Yambem, remembers frantically calling her husband on September 11. He never answered.
Sep 10, 2011
'That's it, this is World War III': Indians remember 9/11For many Indians 9/11 felt unbelievable. It was happening a world away. Yet it also drove home how small the world was, how few the degrees of separation were between someone in New Delhi and someone in New York.
Sep 10, 2011
Currency wounds fresh, but protectionism talk all mutedAccording to the World Trade Organisation, only 1-2 percent of world commerce has been affected since the onset of the crisis by trade curbs of one sort or another.<br /><br /> <br /><br />
Sep 09, 2011
Remembering 9/11: An Indian view of 'America's suprabhatam'The 9/11 attacks are no longer an event, but a religious liturgy, played again and again like a record. The distance of time reveals America's follies of interpretation — and also ours.
Sep 02, 2011
Why al Qaeda is unlikely to execute another 9/11Ever since 9/11 happened, security experts have been wondering when the next such incident will happen. Intelligence specialist Stratfor says a strike on that scale is unlikely to happen