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Beijing set for maritime cooperation with Mal 24.7.2014 Hindustan Times: World
China is willing to help Maldives in training its naval personnel and strengthen cooperation in maritime affairs Beijings envoy to the Indian Ocean country Wang Fukang has ...
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Ties with Nepal 24.7.2014 Hindu: Opinion
The ties India and Nepal share pre-date Independence on account of cultural similarities (“A new beginning with Nepal,” July 23). Uttar Pradesh and Bihar in particular share close links in culture...
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Pakistan yet to grant MFN status to India 23.7.2014 Nation : Last Twenty Four Hours News
NEW DELHI-Pakistan has yet to grant the most favoured nation (MFN) status to India, Parliament was informed ...
Redefining the idea of world trade 23.7.2014 HBL: Columns
Where things come from or go to is not as important as how much value is added within your borders
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As Winds of Change Blow, South America Builds Its House With BRICS 22.7.2014 Truthout - All Articles
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China gets ready for maritime cooperation with Maldives 22.7.2014 Hindustan Times: World
China is willing to help Maldives in training its naval personnel and strengthen cooperation in maritime affairs Beijings envoy to the country Wang Fukang has ...
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China offers to train Maldives maritime personnel 22.7.2014 Hindu: International
China has offered to train maritime personnel in the Maldives as well as boost its involvement in infrastructure projects in the island nation, as Beijing moves forward with plans to deepen its ec...
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A vote of confidence 22.7.2014 HBL: Home
Kotak Mahindra’s 15 per cent acquisition in MCX reflects the value in commodity exchanges
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Pakistan will resolve issues with India through talks: Fatemi 22.7.2014 Nation : Last Twenty Four Hours News
WASHINGTON- Prime Minister's Special Assistant on Foreign Affairs Tariq Fatemi said that Pakistan wanted to resolve all outstanding issues with India through dialogue. He spoke at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington. Spelling out Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's vision for regional peace, Fatemi said that Pakistan wanted to resolve political, security and trade issues with ...
Why derivatives are a Pyrrhic triumph for our equity markets 22.7.2014 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
The expansion in equity market volumes is driven by retail speculators indulging in heavy trading of complex derivatives that are economically unproductive, say Praveen Chakravarthy and T V Somanathan.
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Illegal wildlife trade along the Burma-China border - in pictures 21.7.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page

The town of Mong-La in Burma's Shan state, close to the border with China, is at the crossroads of illegal wildlife trade routes that are sucking the forests, jungles and plains of India, Burma, Laos and Thailand dry of their native animals and plants many of them endangered

Mong-La is a notorious sin city of a border town, a lawless black hole where the trafficking of arms, drugs and women is rife.

In order to reach it, you have to travel illegally by motorbike across an international border, along a bumpy dirt track that winds its way through rubber plantations and leafy jungle. It takes around 20 minutes, and along the way you pass impromptu checkpoints set up by local people, ethnic militia and the National Democratic Alliance army, before finally being admitted by Burmese government troops.

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Australian anger and Indian fulmination 20.7.2014 HBL: Opinion
The shooting down of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 over Ukraine threatened to derail the meeting of Trade Ministers of the G20 Group of advanced and emerging economies in Sydney on Saturday. ...
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When rumour is armour 20.7.2014 HBL: Home
When rumour is armour India’s new Ambassador to the World Trade Organisation Anjali Prasad couldn’t have chosen a worse time for her posting to picturesque Geneva. With India t...
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Agriculture is all about horticulture 20.7.2014 HBL: Home
Excerpts from ‘Revamping Agriculture and the Public Distribution System’, an essay by Ashok Gulati
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Bhutan lifts vehicle import ban 20.7.2014 New Kerala: World News
Thimpu, July 20 : Bhutan has lifted a ban on import of vehicles imposed a year ago, with dealers saying that most clients were interested in India made vehicles.
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Dry port at Wagha to be completed in three years 20.7.2014 Nation : Last Twenty Four Hours News
LAHORE - As part of the Strategic Trade Policy Framework announced in December 2012, the newly-established Land Port Authority has almost completed the final draft of PC-I of Dry Port at Wagha border to be accomplished in three years with a view to facilitate two-way trade of Pakistan and India after the MFN status to the neighbouring country. The Rs.22 billion foreign funded land ports project, ...
India objects to multiple permits to IHK traders 20.7.2014 Nation : Last Twenty Four Hours News
MIRPUR (AJK) - Citing security reasons, Indian-Held Kashmir’s Home Department has objected to issuing multiple permits to IHK traders for their visits to markets in Azad Jammu & Kashmir, says a report reaching here Saturday from across the Line of Control. Quoting officials in Srinagar, the report underlined that the proposal was opposed by the India’s Criminal Investigation ...
Extreme outcomes in the Great Game over Ukraine 19.7.2014 Hindu: Opinion
The shooting down of the Malaysian airplane is one of the most horrific consequences of the latest version of the “Great Game” being played out in the world. While the US and Russia trade charges...
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BRICS bank 19.7.2014 Hindu: Opinion
The New Development Bank (Editorial, July 18) is indeed a great achievement for BRICS, which will ma...
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Will Brics Bank be a new World Bank? 18.7.2014 Asian Age: Editorial
The New Development Bank could well evolve into an alternative financial power centre, depending on how well the Brics 5 play their cards. This would also require the dollar’s dominance to be minimised... The New Development Bank could well evolve into an alternative financial power centre, depending on how well the Brics 5 play their cards. This would also require the dollar’s dominance to be minimised... July 16 will go down in history as a momentous day as India and its four Brics partners — Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa, on the concluding day of their summit at Fortaleza, Brazil, agreed to establish a $100 billion New Development Bank and a $100 billion Contingent Reserve Arrangement. It is the first serious step towards institutionalising this grouping, that represents 40 per cent of the world’s population and has a collective GDP of $24 trillion. The bank is envisaged as the emerging economies’ equivalent of the World Bank — funding long-term physical and social infrastructure projects, ...
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