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CPEC may fuel Indo-Pak tension: UN report 24.5.2017 New Kerala: World News
CPEC may fuel Indo-Pak tension: UN report
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Players deserve more to bring them on par globally 23.5.2017 Hindu: Columns
Being professionals, they have a right to expect the best salaries that the market has to offer
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CPEC all about China, not Pakistan's prosperity: Senior Pak journalist 21.5.2017 New Kerala: World News
CPEC all about China, not Pakistan's prosperity: Senior Pak journalist
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Will Trump serve his full term? 19.5.2017 Rediff: News
The ongoing civil war in the White House between representatives of the Alt Right, such as Steve Bannon, and the pragmatists has to end for Trump to complete a four-year term, says Hardeep S Puri.
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Trump likes to talk about steel and manufactured goods. America’s better trade hope may lie in exported services 17.5.2017 LA Times: Business

When President Trump bemoans the U.S. trade deficit, he’s almost always speaking about goods — steel, beef, lumber, car parts and other products that flow in and out of the country

But the far bigger long-term growth potential and competitive opportunity for turning around America’s trade woes...

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British Sikh woman confronts U.K. Minister Boris Johnson for promoting whisky 17.5.2017 Hindu: International
“I wouldn’t be wanting to put somebody in power who wants to put more alcohol in India," the British Sikh woman says
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Forget about steel, car parts and manufactured goods: Service exports are key to U.S. trade future 17.5.2017 LA Times: Nation

When President Trump bemoans the U.S. trade deficit, he’s almost always speaking about goods — steel, beef, lumber, car parts and other products that flow in and out of the country

But the far bigger long-term growth potential and competitive opportunity for turning around America’s trade woes...

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IT layoffs give birth to India's first union for techies 17.5.2017 Business | The Asian Age
Union will safeguard interests of IT employees and subject companies to labour laws for violation of rules.
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Is India losing its key ally? 17.5.2017 Rediff: Columns
India is failing to take advantage of its important ally, Japan as much as it should, notes Mihir S Sharma.
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Memory loss in the garden of violence 16.5.2017 Le Monde Diplomatique

Some years ago, a newspaper article credited a European visitor with the wry observation that Americans are charming because they have such short memories. When it comes to the nation's wars, however, he was not entirely on target. Americans embrace military histories of the heroic “band of American brothers” sort, especially involving World War II. They possess a seemingly boundless appetite for retellings of the Civil War, far and away the country's most devastating conflict where American (...)

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Gold shines: on reducing India's demand for gold 16.5.2017 Hindu: Opinion
Increasing access to alternative assets will help reduce India’s demand for gold imports
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China's OBOR faces major challenge from ISIS 16.5.2017 New Kerala: World News
China's OBOR faces major challenge from ISIS
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CM Exclusive: Prologue to the Chinese Language Edition of The Darjeeling Distinction 16.5.2017 Chapati Mystery
  By Sarah Besky Sarah Besky received her Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is currently Assistant Professor of Anthropology and International and Public Affairs at Brown University. She is the author of The Darjeeling Distinction: Labor and Justice on Fair-Trade Tea Plantations in India (University of California Press, 2014). Her current research works across …
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Labour pledge a welcome relief for foreign students 16.5.2017 Hindu: News
British Opposition party promises to exclude international students from immigration numbers
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Ranil Wickremesinghe hails China’s connectivity project 16.5.2017 Hindu: News
Says Sri Lanka will leverage its strategic location to become Indian Ocean’s hub
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Judge bars Uber star engineer from key self-driving tech work 15.5.2017 SFGate: Business & Technology
A federal judge has given Uber a green light to continue working on robot cars, rejecting a request from Waymo, the self-driving arm of Alphabet, to slap a temporary injunction on the project. [...] the judge barred Anthony Levandowski, formerly a star Waymo engineer and until recently head of Uber’s self-driving program, from working on lidar, a key technology that helps self-driving cars “see” the world around them. The bitter legal battle between the technology titans could cripple Uber’s race to develop robot cars, which the ride-hailing company — along with rival Lyft and virtually all major car makers — sees as the linchpin of its future. While the U.S. attorney could decline to do so, a criminal probe would open the door for Levandowski to face jail time and Uber to face massive sanctions, legal experts said. The judge directed Uber “to do whatever it can” to ensure that its employees return 14,000-plus pilfered files to their rightful owner. Competition should be fueled by innovation in the ...
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China's Belt and Road Forum lays groundwork for a new global order 15.5.2017 L.A. Times - World News

Chinese President Xi Jinping conjured up images of caravans and treasure ships. Orange banners promised “common prosperity” and “mutual benefit” on Beijing streets lined with red roses. Even the name signaled friendship -- the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation.

But the two-day infrastructure...

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BRI can spur China-India-Pakistan partnership, says Chinese researcher Hu Shisheng 15.5.2017 Hindu: International
The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), which China hopes would become the flagship for a new wave of globalisation, can help establish a triangular partnership among Beijing, New Delhi and Islamabad, say...
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‘Protective clothing sale to India evidence of growing ties’ 15.5.2017 Hindu: International
The sale of high-tech chemical protective clothing worth $75 million by the US to India which will protect Indian soldiers against biological and chemical warfare reflects growing bilateral defence r...
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CPEC should not be politicised, says Sharif 14.5.2017 Hindu: Home
CPEC is also producing new entrepreneurs and creating new jobs and attracting international investment, Sharif said.
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