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Ease of doing business? Walmart paid millions of dollars as bribe in India, says WSJ report

Oct 19, 2015

Ease of doing business? Walmart paid millions of dollars as bribe in India, says WSJ report

A Wall Street Journal report alleges Walmart to have made small payments to low-level local officials to help move goods through customs or obtain real-estate permits #Walmart #Bharti Enterprises #Foreign Corrupt Practices Act #Wall Street Journal #Customs #UPA regime #bribery allegation #real-estate permits
Outsized expectations, 'euphoria phase' over: What the foreign press had to say on one year of PM Modi

May 26, 2015

Outsized expectations, 'euphoria phase' over: What the foreign press had to say on one year of PM Modi

International publications have largely questioned his achievements over the past year with many of them raising doubts over the coming tenure of the prime minister. #BJP #BBC #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #New York Times #Modi #Wall Street Journal #The Economist #Business Standard #The Independent #The Diplomat
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. #Barack Obama #NewsTracker #US Treasury #The Wall Street Journal #Budget #Economy #US
New York Times bids goodbye to India Ink, cites resource constraint

Jul 07, 2014

New York Times bids goodbye to India Ink, cites resource constraint

Citing resource constraints, the New York Times has dropped its special "India Ink" section providing in-depth coverage of "The World's largest Democracy at a Crossroads" after a three year run. #Media #news media #New York Times #Wall Street Journal #MediaWatch #NYT #WSJ #Digital Journalism #India Ink #NYT's India Ink #India Ink shut down
'Mostly unfree': India ranked 120th in annual WSJ economic freedom index

Jan 14, 2014

'Mostly unfree': India ranked 120th in annual WSJ economic freedom index

The country's economic freedom score is 55.7, which is unchanged from last year. Over the 20-year history of the index, India has advanced its economic freedom score by almost 11 points, according to the index. #NewsTracker #Singapore #Hong Kong #Sweden #Wall Street Journal #Heritage Foundation #Index of Economic Freedom #India
Twitter's 218 million users not a big enough audience for ad buyers

Oct 06, 2013

Twitter's 218 million users not a big enough audience for ad buyers

Ad buyers have told Twitter that their 218 million users don't constitute a "big enough audience" for them. #Twitter #Wall Street Journal #GoodReads #ads #Online ads #advertisements
I want strong, peaceful relations with India Nawaz Sharif

Sep 27, 2013

I want strong, peaceful relations with India Nawaz Sharif

Ahead of his meeting with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Pakistan Premier Nawaz Sharif has said his government wants strong relations with India and that all issues including "flash point" Kashmir have to be settled through dialogue. #India #Manmohan Singh #United Nations #Pakistan #Indo-Pak relations #Nawaz Sharif #Wall Street Journal
Pak arrests suspect in murder of US journalist Daniel Pearl

Mar 19, 2013

Pak arrests suspect in murder of US journalist Daniel Pearl

Pearl, an American, was kidnapped in Karachi while researching a story on Islamist militants in the months after the September 11, 2001, attacks on the United States. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Daniel Pearl #Wall Street Journal reporter
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 andmanaging editor of The Wall Street Journal Digital Network. #News Corporation #The Wall Street Journal #Mint #MediaWatch #Raju Narisetti #Anoushka Healy #New News Corporation