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The goldfever 28.5.2015 Hindu: Editorial
There has been a steady rise in the value of illegally brought-in gold seized by the Indian Customs in recent years. From Rs.43.87 crore in 2011-12, the figure rose to Rs.104.62 crore in 2012-13,...
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Building on strategic reserve 28.5.2015 Hindu: Home
With the country consuming more than four million barrels of crude a day, the argument for a strategic oil storage project is a no-brainer.
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Not quite yet 27.5.2015 HBL: Opinion
This is with reference to ‘Surprise! Full convertibility is on its way’ by Lokeshwarri SK (May 27). There are many conditions to be satisfied before capital account convertibility can be a...
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Private investments need a big push 27.5.2015 HBL: Opinion
The seeds of development have been sown, green shoots are visible, but the tree needs nurturing to grow
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Queen’s speech: EU referendum, enhanced relationship with India 27.5.2015 Hindu: News
The Queen’s Speech mentioned India, along with China, as a country with which the UK will seek an "enhanced relationship."
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Speakers At The Europas Conference And Awards Reflect Europe’s Diversity, June 16, London 27.5.2015 techCrunch
 The Europas Conference & Awards for European Tech Startups, on June 16 in London, is an annual celebration of Europe’s brightest tech companies. From a small bar in central London in 2009, it’s become a fixture of the European scene, with it’s highly curated daytime speakers and audience, which combines the key startup players in Europe, as well as the hottest… Read ...
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What causes conflict and how can it be resolved? – podcast transcript 27.5.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest

We examine the factors that drive conflict, assess the role women and the UN can play in peacebuilding, and ask how the sustainable development goals will help

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Of People, Trees, Acres, Dollars, and Voters 27.5.2015 Balkinization
Of People, Trees, Acres, Dollars, and Voters
To cut rates or not? Well, a calm rupee will weigh on Rajan's mind 27.5.2015 Rediff: Columns
RBI governor Raghuram Rajan is likely to cut rates in next monetary policy.
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US media underlines challenges after Modi's one-year rule 26.5.2015 New Kerala: World News
Read Full story of ' US media underlines challenges after Modi's one-year rule ' at newkerala.com.
Surprise! Full convertibility is on its way 26.5.2015 HBL: Opinion
While it appears the RBI is paving the way for capital account convertibility, does it presage boom-time for money-launderers?
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WSJ, NYT critical of Modi’s first year in office 26.5.2015 Hindu: Home
The most formidable of Mr. Modi’s problems, according to the "New York Times", is the “outsize expectations that he would sweep away constraints to growth in India”.
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… yet successful abroad 26.5.2015 Hindu: Editorial
Foreign policy initiatives and efforts to raise India’s international profile will be clearly seen as prominent features of the year. Mr. Modi’s visits to 18 countries in the West, Latin America,...
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Insider trading: All you wanted to know about 25.5.2015 HBL: Home
Looking for a tip-off on a listed company before it buys a firm? Or a preview on its awesome results? Well, hold your temptations, that’s a ticket to prison. Insider trading has landed many — from...
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The current account paradox 25.5.2015 Hindu: Home
Factors influencing the CAD are beyond the control of the government.
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Pushing the envelope in foreign policy 25.5.2015 Hindu: Opinion
Narendra Modi’s foreign policy has been continuous with that of his predecessors but he has also sought to push the boundaries of certain engagements much further.
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Peasants and professors 25.5.2015 Telegraph: Opinion
When I first started teaching at the Jawaharlal Nehru University in July 1973, the starting basic salary of an associate professor was Rs 700 per month. Nowadays the starting basic salary of an associate professor in a Central university is about Rs 47,000 per month. The take-home pay, of course, is always larger than the basic salary, 
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Borders are closing and banks are in retreat. Is globalisation dead? 23.5.2015 The Guardian -- World Latest
In the days before the Great Recession, the liberalisation of world trade seemed a certainty: now fears over ‘hot money’ and migration have changed the mood Continue reading...
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India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan to ink deal allowing movement of vehicles across borders 23.5.2015 New Kerala: World News
Read Full story of 'India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan to ink deal allowing movement of vehicles across borders' at newkerala.com.
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For Jayalalithaa, the ball is in Karnataka's court 23.5.2015 Rediff: Columns
The All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam's celebrations on amma's return are peppered with possibilities, probabilities and problems of one kind or the other, says N Sathiya Moorthy
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