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Around the Horn: Mike Leake, Jose Fernandez keep them missing 23.7.2016 LA Times: Commentary

With is 11 strikeouts, no walks outing against San Diego on Monday, St. Louis pitcher Mike Leake joined Bob Gibson as the only Cardinals pitchers with consecutive starts with at least 10 strikeouts and no walks…. In his 65 career starts with the Marlins, Jose Fernandez has struck out 14 or more...

After forming New Development Bank, BRICS can lead the Global South: Chinese scholar 22.7.2016 Hindu: Home
Liu Zongyi says the grouping must jointly reinforce its call to further democratise the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
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Benapole-Petrapole check post to enhance good relation with India: PM Hasina 21.7.2016 New Kerala: World News
Dhaka, July 21 : Terming India as a friend country, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday said good relations between the two countries will be enhanced through the newly inauguration of border check post at the Benapole-Petrapole point of India-Bangladesh border.
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Global economy: Good, bad and risky 21.7.2016 Rediff: Columns
The advanced economies have been experiencing their longest period of slow growth.
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Ranil urges tri-nation economic convergence 21.7.2016 Hindu: Home
The GDP of five Indian States and that of Sri Lanka added up to $500 billion
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Fighting HIV in two high-risk groups: sex workers and truck drivers 19.7.2016 Minnesota Public Radio: Science
It's part of a pilot program from Doctors Without Borders in a part of Mozambique where roughly 1 in 10 adults is infected with the virus.
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India an ally, ties with Pakistan necessary: GOP 19.7.2016 Hindu: International
The Republican Party's national convention sticks to traditional U.S positions on several key foreign policy issues.
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Republican Party says India 'geopolitical ally', wants Pakistan's n-arms secured 19.7.2016 New Kerala: World News
Washington, July 19 : The Republican Party has in its manifesto affirmed India as its "geopolitical ally", urging the protection of different religious communities against violence and discrimination. It has also referred to "securing Pakistan's nuclear arsenal".
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Republican Party manifesto declares India as 'geopolitical ally' 19.7.2016 New Kerala: World News
Cleveland (US), July 19 : The Republican Party in its manifesto released just ahead of its National Convention has affirmed India as its "geopolitical ally" and strategic trading partner and also urged protection for followers of different faiths.
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Gadkari warns Pakistan against export of terror to India 15.7.2016 New Kerala: India News
New York, July 15 : Union Minister of Road Transport, Highways and Shipping Nitin Gadkari has accused Pakistan of exporting terror to India with the sinister design of vitiating the favourable climate which Prime Minister Narendra Modi Government has successfully created for global investors as New Delhi is today seen as one the emerging economies in the world.
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Track 2 diplomacy in Nepal to discuss ways to prevent Pak roadblock to SAARC trade 15.7.2016 New Kerala: World News
Kathmandu, July 15 : South Asian nations holding a Track 2 diplomacy meeting in Nepal will discuss ways to prevent Pakistan from becoming a roadblock for the regional trade, specifically for India.
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The Hague’s ruling 15.7.2016 Hindu: Home
After rejecting The Hague’s verdict, China has assumed a confrontationist posture (Editorial, July 14). To establish sovereignty over the disputed area of the South China Sea, it has decided to creat...
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‘India is not an outlier on FTAs’ 15.7.2016 Hindu: Home
Issues related to investor-state disputes are a matter of serious concern.
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Boris Johnson: May makes undiplomatic figure top UK diplomat 14.7.2016 Salt Lake Tribune
London • Britain’s new top diplomat is shaggy-haired, Latin-spouting Boris Johnson, who has made insulting and vulgar comments about the presidents of the United States and Turkey. And those are just his recent gaffes. When Johnson returned to his London home after the appointment, a neighbor had placed a sign next to his house saying: “SORRY WORLD.” Johnson, 52, has made a long string of racist and insensitive comments dating back to his early career in journalism. He has apologized before and ...
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Visa as the master card 14.7.2016 Hindu: Home
The free movement of high-skilled workers is a key concern in the India-U.S. bilateral relationship. It is time to end the discriminatory visa regime targeting Indian companies
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Making sense of Brexit 14.7.2016 Hindu: Home
It is not a blow against globalisation per se. It is a vote against greater economic integration beyond the free flow of goods, services, and capital
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Call to include Batticaloa too under India’s railway project for Sri Lanka 13.7.2016 Hindu: News
It has been pointed out that people in the Eastern province are not using trains to go to the North as they find it circuitous and time-consuming
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What the South China Sea verdict means 13.7.2016 Rediff: Columns
'China, which had earlier blockaded New Delhi's bid to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group by citing the nuclear non-proliferation law, finds itself in an awkward position and international isolation.'
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Towards a continental shift 13.7.2016 Hindu: Op-Ed
India’s sustained and systematic outreach to all parts of Africa is a welcome move after years of only intermittent attention.
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South China Sea and the nine-dash line: what you need to know 12.7.2016 Hindu: News
The SCS is a busy international waterway, one of the main arteries of global economy and trade. And China claims more than 85% of it.
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