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Angels have plenty of rotation options for 2017 7.12.2016 LA Times: Commentary

Naming them all took more than a minute. Twelve men have some chance to open 2016 in the Angels’ starting rotation, and Billy Eppler methodically went through them Tuesday evening in his Winter Meetings hotel room at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center.

It is essentially eight pitchers...

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'Green News Report' - December 6, 2016 7.12.2016 BradBlog
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Victory and temporary reprieve for the Standing Rock Sioux in long fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline; Trump advisors suggest privatizing oil-rich Native American lands; Exxon Mobil CEO could be next U.S. Secretary of State; Extreme rainfall events projected to increase five-fold across the U.S.; PLUS: ...
The heart of the problem 5.12.2016 Hindu: Home
There are good reasons why the ‘Heart of Asia’ conference, part of a 14-nation process begun in 2011 to facilitate the development and security of Afghanistan, is so named. The obvious one is geograph...
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“It’s Pakistan’s turn to open the door” 4.12.2016 Hindu: Home
Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani delivered one of his most scathing speeches about Pakistan’s role in abetting terror in the region at the Heart of Asia conference in Amritsar on Sunday, alleging th...
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Changsha meet signals fusion of Sagarmala and China’s Maritime Silk Road 4.12.2016 Hindu: News
After India’s move to rapidly develop ports, especially along east coast, and Beijing’s renewed focus on harbours’ expansion
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Iran ready to mediate between India and Pakistan: Zarif 4.12.2016 Hindu: Home
‘We are working with India to create a formal economy in Afghanistan’
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We May Not Know If Trump's Foreign Business Deals Violate the Constitution 2.12.2016 Truthout.com
Ivanka Trump leaves Trump Tower in New York, on November 17, 2016. Trump attended a meeting with her father, President-elect Donald Trump, and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan, raising questions about the potential for conflicts of interest between politics and his family's business ventures. (Photo: Hilary Swift / The New York Times) The question of whether President-elect Donald Trump will run afoul of federal conflict-of-interest rules or the Constitution because of his extensive foreign investments has been the subject of intense scrutiny among legal and ethics scholars. Legally, his foreign licensing deals could violate the Constitution. An example: During his presidential run, Trump's name was used to market a never-finished luxury hotel in Azerbaijan, built by the billionaire son of the country's transportation minister. The deal earned Trump more than $2.8 million between January 2014 and May 2016, according to financial-disclosure filings he filed as a candidate. (See his  2015  and  2016 ...
Trade regime with India unchanged, says Pakistan 2.12.2016 New Kerala: World News
Trade regime with India unchanged, says Pakistan
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India must be wary about China's plans for a Pakistan port 2.12.2016 Rediff: Columns
'Gwadar has the potential to facilitate PLAN's operations in the Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean.'
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Spare a thought for Obama 2.12.2016 Rediff: Columns
'His popularity is still high; respect for his intellect and integrity is still discernible; but his long night may just be beginning,' says Ambassador B S Prakash.
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The message from Amritsar 2.12.2016 Hindu: Opinion
The Heart of Asia conference is likely to confirm a new phase in India-Afghanistan ties
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Contours of a challenge 2.12.2016 Hindu: Lead
The manner of enforcement of demonetisation has visited many consequences upon the people. If it chooses to review them, the judiciary would scarcely be overreaching its authority
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Potential conflicts 1.12.2016 BBC: Business
A list of business holdings that could force Trump to choose between US interest and his bottom line
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India-financed rail project to enhance connectivity in West Africa 1.12.2016 New Kerala: World News
India-financed rail project to enhance connectivity in West Africa
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U.K. must offer greater clarity on Brexit: BJP’s Chauthaiwale 1.12.2016 Hindu: Home
Britain needed to offer greater clarity on Brexit if the relationship with India is to develop further, a senior BJP leader has said.
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Dashed expectations 30.11.2016 Hindu: Home
While demonetisation can result in lower interest rates over the long run, there are good reasons to not expect lending rates to fall quickly
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How to benefit from weak rupee, lower rates 29.11.2016 Rediff: Columns
Invest in stocks of export-oriented and capital-intensive companies, says Devangshu Datta.
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Afghan, Turkmen Presidents inaugurate Asian International Railway line 28.11.2016 New Kerala: World News
Afghan, Turkmen Presidents inaugurate Asian International Railway line
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Lured by the angry campaigner 28.11.2016 Hindu: Opinion
The pendulum has swung far away from the Obamas and Manmohan Singhs, away from inclusive, tolerant paradigms of socio-economic life in the greatest democracies of the world
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Pakistan's opposition demands severing trade ties with India 27.11.2016 New Kerala: World News
Pakistan's opposition demands severing trade ties with India
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