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The reappearance of global risks 18.12.2014 HBL: Home
Falling oil prices have a favourable macroeconomic impact, but India is far from immune to developments abroad
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South African Jacques Kallis to play in Caribbean tournament 18.12.2014 New Kerala: World News
Castries (St. Lucia), Dec 18 : Outstanding South Africa all-rounder Jacques Kallis will ply his trade in next year's Caribbean Premier League (CPL), the organisers have confirmed.
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Seeds of Truth: Vandana Shiva and The New Yorker 17.12.2014 Truthout - All Articles
Truthout can only survive through reader support - click here to make a tax-deductible donation and help publish journalism with real integrity and independence! (A response to the article " Seeds of Doubt" by Michael Specter in The New Yorker) I am glad that the future of food is being discussed, and thought about, on farms, in homes, on TV, online and in magazines, especially of The New Yorker’s caliber. The New Yorker has held its content and readership in high regard for so long. The challenge of feeding a growing population with the added obstacle of climate change is an important issue. Specter’s piece, however, is poor journalism. I wonder why a journalist who has been Bureau Chief in Moscow for The New York Times and Bureau Chief in New York for the Washington Post, and clearly is an experienced reporter, would submit such a misleading piece. Or why The New Yorker would allow it to be published as honest reporting, with so many fraudulent assertions and deliberate attempts to skew reality. ‘Seeds ...
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Go West, young Han 17.12.2014 Le Monde Diplomatique
November 18, 2014: it's a day that should live forever in history. On that day, in the city of Yiwu in China's Zhejiang province, 300 kilometers south of Shanghai, the first train carrying 82 containers of export goods weighing more than 1,000 tons left a massive warehouse complex heading for Madrid. It arrived on December 9th.
Welcome to the new trans-Eurasia choo-choo train. At over 13,000 kilometers, it will regularly traverse the longest freight train route in the world, 40% farther than (...) - Open page
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Pension 'guilty secrets' exposed 17.12.2014 BBC: Business
Pension savers with the smallest pots can be exposed to the highest levels of charges, an independent report reveals.
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Maldives set to formally endorse Maritime Silk Route 17.12.2014 Hindu: International
Maldives is set to endorse the 21st century Maritime Silk Route (MSR), a pet project of Chinese President Xi Jinping, signaling Male’s growing ties with Beijing. The Maldivian daily Miniv...
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China Is Building a New Silk Road to Europe, And It's Leaving America Behind 17.12.2014 Mother Jones
This story first appeared on the TomDispatch website. November 18, 2014: it's a day that should live forever in history. On that day, in the city of Yiwu in China's Zhejiang province, 300 kilometers south of Shanghai, the first train carrying 82 containers of export goods weighing more than 1,000 tons left a massive warehouse complex heading for Madrid. It arrived on December 9th. Welcome to the new trans-Eurasia choo-choo train. At over 13,000 kilometers, it will regularly traverse the longest freight train route in the world, 40% farther than the legendary Trans-Siberian Railway . Its cargo will cross China from East to West, then Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland, Germany, France, and finally Spain. You may not have the faintest idea where Yiwu is, but businessmen plying their trades across Eurasia, especially from the Arab world, are already hooked on the city " where amazing happens! " We're talking about the largest wholesale center for small-sized consumer goods—from clothes to toys—possibly ...
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As Washington "Pivots" to Asia, China Does the Eurasian Pirouette 16.12.2014 Truthout - All Articles
November 18, 2014: it’s a day that should live forever in history. On that day, in the city of Yiwu in China’s Zhejiang province, 300 kilometers south of Shanghai, the first train carrying 82 containers of export goods weighing more than 1,000 tons left a massive warehouse complex heading for Madrid. It arrived on December 9th. Welcome to the new trans-Eurasia choo-choo train.  At over 13,000 kilometers, it will regularly traverse the longest freight train route in the world, 40% farther than the legendary Trans-Siberian Railway . Its cargo will cross China from East to West, then Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland, Germany, France, and finally Spain. You may not have the faintest idea where Yiwu is, but businessmen plying their trades across Eurasia, especially from the Arab world, are already hooked on the city “ where amazing happens! ” We're talking about the largest wholesale center for small-sized consumer goods -- from clothes to toys -- possibly anywhere on Earth. The Yiwu-Madrid route across ...
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Business as usual 16.12.2014 Telegraph: Opinion
President Vladimir Putin's visit has served an important purpose at this juncture, that of underlining politically that Russia remains a key strategic partner for India. With perceived stagnation in India-Russia ties, improving India-US ties and a sharp deterioration in US-Russia relations, for us it was opportune to signal this internationally.
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There were plenty of winners and losers at baseball's winter meetings 14.12.2014 LA Times: Opinion
In Ned Colletti's first winter as Dodgers general manager, he made three trades, a perfectly reasonable volume. In Andrew Friedman's first winter in charge, he dominated the winter meetings by making four trades within 24 hours.
U.S. upset at India-Russia deals 13.12.2014 Hindu: International
Criticism over Putin visit, Crimean Premier’s presence
Testing times for India-Russia ties 13.12.2014 Hindu: Opinion
With 20 agreements worth billions of dollars signed in one day, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s visit to India was a productive one. The deals touched most of the fields India and Russia cooper...
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India visit productive and positive: Putin 12.12.2014 New Kerala: World News
Moscow, Dec 12 : Russian President Vladimir Putin Friday said his two-day visit to India earlier this week was productive and positive.
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India, Pakistan urged to formalise 2003 truce 12.12.2014 New Kerala: World News
Islamabad, Dec 12 : Participants of 15th round of the Chaophraya Dialogue have asked India and Pakistan to demonstrate political will to restore calm on the Line of Control (LoC) and formalise the 2003 ceasefire.
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India, Russia to support joint high-technology industrial projects 12.12.2014 New Kerala: World News
New Delhi, Dec. 11 : Russia President Vladimir Putin on Thursday stated that New Delhi and Moscow will put in a greater effort in supporting joint high-technology industrial and scientific projects, also pointing towards the great strides in development made by both sides in defence cooperation.
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Outcast Russia turns to Cold War ally India for new billions in trade 12.12.2014 LA Times: Top News
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Moving forward on insurance 12.12.2014 Hindu: Opinion
The Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill, which aims to increase the flow of foreign investment into the capital-starved insurance industry, is now just a step away from getting into the statute books.
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Hard road to change 12.12.2014 Telegraph: Opinion
Currently, Myanmar has a semi-democratic system with the military sharing power with the civil authority. With 25 per cent of the seats in the legislatures reserved for the armed forces, and many of the civilian leadership actually being former defence personnel, the military's exercise of control over the government remains substantial.
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Postman did not knock 11.12.2014 HBL: Letters
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Send your letters by email to bleditor@thehindu.co.in or by post to ‘Letters to the Editor’, The Hindu Business Line, Kasturi Buildings, 859-860, Anna Salai, Chennai 600002.
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Russia 'a pillar of strength', says Modi as the two countries sign seven agreements, 13 MoUs 11.12.2014 CNN-IBN: World
India's strategic partnership with Russia is 'incomparable in content', said Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Russia has been "a pillar of strength" for India, said Modi after holding the annual summit talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin who is on a day-long visit to New Delhi.
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