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Category: Global Economy :: India and Global Economy
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Finally, a push for labour reforms 23.10.2014 HBL: Opinion
The Prime Minister’s assault on red tape can make a real difference
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Indian forces violate ceasefire at the LoC again 23.10.2014 Nation : Last Twenty Four Hours News
Sialkot- Indian forces continue firing and shelling near the Line of control (LoC) today, officials said. Indian forces have targeted settlers in Charwah Sector, Bajra Garhi, Nagaur, Parel, Beeni Sulehrian, Naoni and other villages due to which people have started to migrate to safe havens. Earlier, India forces had resorted to unprovoked firing and shelling at Charwah Sector on Wednesday. ...
Leaked Diplomatic Cables Show EU Strong-Armed Ecuador on Free Trade Agreement 23.10.2014 Global Voices
The leaking of diplomatic cables between representatives of Ecuador and the EU reveals pressure from European negotiators and division among Ecuadorians regarding the FTA.
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India's growth conundrum 22.10.2014 Telegraph: Opinion
One of the principal concerns of India's growth story is that it is a "jobless growth". This is not entirely correct. As a matter of record, the growth in employment was 1.0 per cent/1.5 per cent per annum between the years 2004-05 and 2009-11, and then jumped up to 3-3.5 per cent in the subsequent years, when India's economic growth was actually slowing down. There is apparently a lag phase between economic growth and job creation. Statistics aside, no country can sustain jobless growth. In spite of the importance of growth in jobs, it is economic growth which is, and remains, the top of the mind issue.
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Indian government finalises policy that allows Tibetans in exile to start enterprises 22.10.2014 CNN-IBN: World
After getting the right to exercise their franchise in the Indian political system, Tibetans in exile can now start their own enterprises.
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Wind Could Provide Almost One-Fifth Of Global Electricity By 2030 22.10.2014 Think Progres

A new report points to a number of encouraging signs in the global wind industry.

The post Wind Could Provide Almost One-Fifth Of Global Electricity By 2030 appeared first on ThinkProgress.

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Malaysian Indians celebrate Diwali 22.10.2014 CNN-IBN: World
Malaysian Indians and people of the Hindu faith on Wednesday celebrated Diwali with a great fervour, media reported.
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India, Nepal sign power trade agreement 22.10.2014 New Kerala: World News
New Delhi, Oct. 22 : India and Nepal have inked a Power Trade Agreement (PTA) that reportedly allows for the exchange of electricity and the opening up new areas of cooperation in the hydropower sector.
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Malaysian Indians celebrate Diwali 22.10.2014 New Kerala: World News
Kuala Lumpur, Oct 22 : Malaysian Indians and people of the Hindu faith Wednesday celebrated Diwali with a great fervour here, media reported.
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U.S. supports Modi’s economic vision, says envoy 22.10.2014 Hindu: News
Last month’s summit in Washington between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi was successful in reaffirming the importance of the India-U.S relationship and the need to “re-ene...
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Interview with U.S. Ambassador to India Kathleen Stephens 21.10.2014 Hindu: National
During a visit to Chennai, Ambassador Kathleen Stephens, the charge d’affaires at the U.S Embassy in New Delhi, answered questions on the way forward after the Modi-Obama summit in Washi...
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Finally Nepal, India sign power trade agreement 21.10.2014 New Kerala: World News
By Anil Giri, Kathmandu, Oct 21 : Nepal and India here Tuesday formally signed a landmark power trade agreement (PTA), allowing exchange of electricity, which is expected to open up new vistas of cooperation in the hydropower sector between the two energy-starved nations.
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Discount deewane 20.10.2014 HBL: Opinion
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Send your letters by email to bleditor@thehindu.co.in or by post to ‘Letters to the Editor’, The Hindu Business Line, Kasturi Buildings, 859-860, Anna Salai, Chennai 600002.
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Global factors can play truant to the Indian economy 20.10.2014 Rediff: Columns
Technically speaking, US equities have seen net losses since January. India is strongly influenced by US trends.
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Britain needs a pay rise 19.10.2014 Hindu: International
“Britain needs a pay rise” was the rallying slogan of an estimated 100,000 strong march in London of working people from different segments of the work force and from all parts of the country.
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US pharma gets a booster shot 19.10.2014 HBL: Opinion
Thanks to the India-US Intellectual Property Working Group. Here’s how — and why this is bad news for India’s poor
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Modi's ruling BJP set to make big gains in Indian state elections 19.10.2014 Star Tribune: World
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How India can resolve the WTO deadlock 19.10.2014 Rediff: Business
This was a very strong position and was criticised by many, both from the developed and developing world.
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Takeaway from a Japanese consumer 19.10.2014 Hindu: Open Page
There may be a lesson or two for the Make in India campaign from the ethos of a typical Japanese consumer shopping abroad
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Pakistan FDI declines by 26 pc in FYQ2 18.10.2014 Hindu: International
Foreign investors shied away from investing in Pakistan as FDI fell by 26 per cent in the quarter of July to September this fiscal year, official figures showed. “It is a disappointing situ...
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