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India raises possibility of Pakistan being guilty of war crimes 22.9.2016 New Kerala: World News
India raises possibility of Pakistan being guilty of war crimes
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The Latest: PM: Bangladesh taking steps to fight terrorism 22.9.2016 Washington Post: World
The Latest on the high-level U.N. General Assembly meetings (all times local):
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Most Indian traditional medicines with 'Ashoka' ingredient are spurious, Indo-Canadian study reveals 20.9.2016 New Kerala: World News
Most Indian traditional medicines with 'Ashoka' ingredient are spurious, Indo-Canadian study reveals
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Australia continues its 'ambitious bilateral agenda' with India (Special to ) 20.9.2016 New Kerala: World News
Australia continues its 'ambitious bilateral agenda' with India (Special to )
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India, a strong votary of 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam': Mahajan 19.9.2016 New Kerala: World News
India, a strong votary of 'Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam': Mahajan
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Unwelcome in India. Modi's message to foreign investors! 19.9.2016 Rediff: Columns
One of the biggest ways in which recent government actions have been seen as investor-unfriendly is New Delhi's decision to unilaterally revisit almost every Bilateral Investment Treaty it has signed with other countries, says Mihir S Sharma.
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Should RBI allow the rupee to fall? 19.9.2016 Rediff: Business
A fall in the rupee could boost exports. But the flip side of the equation is that a weaker rupee could stoke some inflation
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NAM Summit: Host Venezuela seeks support to bolster oil prices 17.9.2016 New Kerala: World News
NAM Summit: Host Venezuela seeks support to bolster oil prices
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Nepal PM expresses concern over trade deficit with India 17.9.2016 New Kerala: World News
Nepal PM expresses concern over trade deficit with India
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Summit over substance 17.9.2016 Hindu: Lead
Forthcoming summits will reflect India’s status as a key player both regionally and internationally. But unless we move from an event-oriented to a process-driven diplomacy, this will only be a transient gain
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WTO appeals court rejects India's solar domestic content stipulation 17.9.2016 New Kerala: World News
WTO appeals court rejects India's solar domestic content stipulation
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US supports Afghan demand of India's inclusion in trade transit agreement with Pakistan 16.9.2016 New Kerala: Business India
US supports Afghan demand of India's inclusion in trade transit agreement with Pakistan
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In a leaked "weaponized information" catalog, Indian cyberarms dealer offers blackest-ever SEO 16.9.2016 Boing Boing
In 2014, an Indian company called Aglaya brought a 20-page brochure to ISS World (AKA the Wiretappers' Ball -- the annual trade fair where governments shop for surveillance technology): the brochure laid out the company's offerings, which ranged from mobile malware for Ios and Android to a unique "Weaponized Information" selection that combined denial-of-service with disinformation to "discredit a target" online. Aglaya's Weaponized Information service includes "polluting internet search results and popular forums such as Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest, etc," as well as "traps" "false data on blogs," "false flag operations," "leak confidential information to press and bloggers worldwide," "post bad reviews," "send false information to contacts," and "stop deals/ruin relationships." They also offered to launch targeted denial of service attacks as a kind of "censorship as a service" for €600/day. Scaling up from these offers, Aglaya also offered to attack a rival nation's "manufacturing," "power grid," and ...
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The full circle of reason 16.9.2016 Hindu: Home
Its faith in Pakistan as an interlocutor for peace shaken, Afghanistan opts for a tighter embrace of its old ally India.
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India may help Nepal build railway line 15.9.2016 Hindu: Home
Prachanda says ties with India have become frosty, and he has to remove the bitterness
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Why millions of Indian workers staged one of the biggest strikes in history 14.9.2016 LA Times: Commentary

Earlier this month, tens of millions of Indian workers staged a one-day general strike that unions billed as the biggest work stoppage in human history.

By the unions’ count, 180 million workers stayed home to demand a slew of changes to labor laws, including establishing a $270 monthly minimum...

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More Than 150 Million Workers in India Just Staged the Largest Strike in History to Resist Neoliberalism 14.9.2016 Truthout - All Articles
Trade unionists in India staged a nationwide strike last week that affected key sectors of the nation's economy, including transportation, healthcare, finance, energy, coal, steel, defense and education.  Organizers reportedly claimed  that more than 150 million people took part and that it cost the economy some $2.5 billion, making the strike the "world's largest."  Those numbers could not be independently confirmed, but this much is clear: Workers are angry at the Indian government and unwilling to accept its neoliberal economic agenda without a fight. Union leaders had asked for negotiations in March, and called the September 2 strike when government officials ignored them. On August 30, in a last-minute attempt to head off the strike, the government proposed to increase the minimum wage for unskilled workers employed by the central government, from about $3.70 to $5.20 per day. The offer wasn't enough. Union leaders rejected the proposal, which didn't begin to address their broader, far-reaching ...
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Why millions of Indian workers just staged one of the biggest labor strikes in history 14.9.2016 LA Times: Commentary

Earlier this month, tens of millions of Indian workers staged a one-day general strike that unions billed as the biggest work stoppage in human history.

By the unions’ count, 180 million workers stayed home to demand a slew of changes to labor laws, including establishing a $270 monthly minimum...

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At Standing Rock, protest camp becomes a movement 14.9.2016 Minnesota Public Radio: News
The Dakota Access pipeline project has ignited passions that are drawing Native people and their supporters from all over the country.
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Litigation that brings a bad name to country 14.9.2016 Rediff: Columns
The Supreme Court has dismissed the appeal of ACC Cement, ruling that if a product is manufactured by one firm and sold by another with the latter's brand name, that sale would attract sales tax, not the first transaction.
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