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Kenneth Juster to be U.S. Ambassador to India 21.6.2017 Hindu: Home
Kenneth Juster has been a strong advocate of India-U.S. partnership
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Top White House aide is likely the next ambassador to India 21.6.2017 Washington Post
Top White House aide is likely the next ambassador to India
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Jailtey invites Russian firms to propel 'Make in India' in defence production 21.6.2017 New Kerala: World News
Jailtey invites Russian firms to propel 'Make in India' in defence production
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Modi-Trump meet: Who will say what? 21.6.2017 Rediff: News
'Even in this age of self-willed and authoritarian leaders and spontaneous gestures, a script is still written,' notes Ambassador B S Prakash, imagining the 'talking points' are for the India-US summit on June 26.
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Online scam: Dried lizard penises being sold as 'magic root' 20.6.2017 New Kerala: World News
Online scam: Dried lizard penises being sold as 'magic root'
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An unpredictable voyage 19.6.2017 Hindu: Columns
The Prime Minister will be walking on thin ice when he visits the White House
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BRICS back India’s campaign against global terrorism, says VK Singh 19.6.2017 Hindu: News
Gen. Singh highlighted that all the BRICS nations supported India’s call for an early adoption of a comprehensive UN convention against international terrorism.
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Saudi-Qatar situation is not like India and Pakistan: Saud bin Mohammed Al-Saty 19.6.2017 Hindu: Home
Saudi envoy says India’s firm stand on terror is appreciable, the country’s efforts in this regard are welcome
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Muzzling freedom of expression 19.6.2017 Hindu: Home
Unless a trade is prohibited by law or taken over by the state, restrictions of the kind imposed by the rules regarding sale of cattle are constitutionally suspect
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Saudi-Qatar situation is not like India and Pak.: Saud bin Mohammed Al-Saty 18.6.2017 Hindu: Interview
Saudi envoy says India’s firm stand on terror is appreciable, the country’s efforts in this regard are welcome
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The gift to travelers visiting Zanzibar, the Spice Island, is right under their noses 18.6.2017 LA Times: Commentary

“Here. What do you think this is?” Genes Salema, our guide for the day, crushed a handful of green leaves in his hands and held them out to us.

We leaned down and inhaled. The scent was bracing, piquant, familiar. Pumpkin pie? Spiced cider? But what spice? We started guessing. Cinnamon? Nutmeg?

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In praise of the Yellow River 17.6.2017 Hindu: News
A short drive from Sanmenxia, a charming city on the banks of the Hwang He, or Yellow River, lies Hangu Pass. By Himalayan standards, the altitude of the pass, in China’s Henan province, is not impres...
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The Challenge of Defining Fossil Fuel Subsidies 16.6.2017 Truthout - All Articles
On the fringes of promises to end all "inefficient fossil fuel subsidies" lies the perpetual discussion of what the concept of fossil fuel subsidies does -- or doesn't -- actually include. This is an in-depth look at the ways fossil fuel subsidies are measured -- and why semantic arguments over definitions may be missing the point. (Image: LW / TO; Adapted: Jeff Franklin ; Damien Gadal ) Just over a year ago, the G7 group of nations pledged to end all "inefficient fossil fuel subsidies" by 2025. This language disappeared from the latest annual G7 communique , signed in Sicily last month, while a similar G20 promise to end subsidies has no deadline. Meanwhile, on the fringes of such promises lies the perpetual discussion of what the concept of fossil fuel subsidies does -- or doesn't -- actually include. Attempts to add up the annual global total range from a few hundred billion through to the massive $5.3tn estimate published by the International Monetary Fund in 2015. Carbon Brief takes an in-depth look ...
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India-Afghan air freight corridor: First flight in next 2 days 16.6.2017 Hindu: Home
The first flight under the dedicated India-Afghan air freight corridor will become operational in the next couple of days, thereby, making trade easier between the two countries.The development is sig...
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Neeru Chadha becomes 1st Indian woman as member of ITLOS 15.6.2017 Hindu: Home
In a significant victory for India at the UN, international law expert Neeru Chadha has won a crucial election to a top UN judicial body that deals with disputes related to the law of the sea, becomin...
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UK election throws up wider array of Brexit alternatives 14.6.2017 AP Business
LONDON (AP) -- Prime Minister Theresa May had hoped the election would provide more certainty to Britain's exit from the European Union. Her failure to even retain a majority has delivered anything but, throwing up an even wider array of Brexit scenarios....
Trump-Modi meet to pave path for further expansion of US-India partnership: White House 13.6.2017 World – The Indian Express
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North Korea sanctions-skirting network could be defeated by targeting China firms, says report 13.6.2017 World – The Indian Express
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Trump-Modi meet to set forth vision to expand Indo-U.S. ties: White House 13.6.2017 Hindu: News
The White House said that the U.S.-India trade has grown six-fold since 2000
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‘Number of sex workers on decline, HIV cases on rise’ 13.6.2017 Mumbai – The Indian Express
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