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Jaishankar discusses full range of bilateral issues with Blinken 1.7.2015 Hindu: National
Counter-terrorism, trade figure in the bilateral talks
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Counter terrorism, trade figure in Jaishankar's talks with Blinken 1.7.2015 Hindu: International
Among others, climate and regional connectivity were also discussed
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Toward a Rational US Strategy (Part 1) 1.7.2015 ConsortiumNews.com
Special Report: Current U.S. foreign policy is driven by neoconservative ideologues and tough-talking “liberal interventionists” who spread chaos and death around the world while failing to serve real American interests. It’s time for a fundamental rethinking, writes former U.S. diplomat William R. Polk. By William R. Polk Judaism, Christianity and Islam have proclaimed that humankind faces…
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Opening up legal services 30.6.2015 Hindu: Editorial
The government’s proposal to open up...
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Suzuki Motor CEO names son to succeed him as president 30.6.2015 Nation : Last Twenty Four Hours News
TOKYO- Suzuki Motor Corp's 85-year-old CEO Osamu Suzuki named his eldest son as the new president of Japan's fourth-biggest automaker, easing investor concerns over the firm's succession plan and boosting the company's shares by more than 5 percent. Executive Vice President Toshihiro Suzuki took over the role from his father as president and chief operating officer effective Tuesday. Osamu ...
India, US discuss partnership articulated by Modi, Obama 30.6.2015 New Kerala: World News
Washington, June 30 : Indian and US officials have reviewed ongoing efforts to implement the bilateral partnership that US President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi articulated at their January summit in New Delhi.
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Russia vs. China 30.6.2015 Le Monde Diplomatique
America's grand strategy, its long-term blueprint for advancing national interests and countering major adversaries, is in total disarray. Top officials lurch from crisis to crisis, improvising strategies as they go, but rarely pursuing a consistent set of policies. Some blame this indecisiveness on a lack of resolve at the White House, but the real reason lies deeper. It lurks in a disagreement among foreign policy elites over whether Russia or China constitutes America's principal (...) - Open page
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Russia vs. China: The Conflict in Washington Over Who Should Lead the US Enemies List 30.6.2015 Truthout - All Articles
America’s grand strategy, its long-term blueprint for advancing national interests and countering major adversaries, is in total disarray. Top officials lurch from crisis to crisis, improvising strategies as they go, but rarely pursuing a consistent set of policies. Some blame this indecisiveness on a lack of resolve at the White House, but the real reason lies deeper. It lurks in a disagreement among foreign policy elites over whether Russia or China constitutes America’s principal great-power adversary. Knowing one’s enemy is usually considered the essence of strategic planning. During the Cold War, enemy number one was, of course, unquestioned: it was the Soviet Union, and everything Washington did was aimed at diminishing Moscow’s reach and power. When the USSR imploded and disappeared, all that was left to challenge U.S. dominance were a few “rogue states.” In the wake of 9/11, however, President Bush declared a “global war on terror,” envisioning a decades-long campaign against Islamic extremists ...
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BRICS Summit: Opportunities for India, Russia and China 30.6.2015 Rediff: Columns
Srikanth Kondapalli on what to expect from the seventh BRICS summit meeting to be held in Russia in July.
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India, US discuss cooperation on trade to terrorism 30.6.2015 New Kerala: World News
Washington, June 30 : Indian Foreign Secretary Subrahmanyam Jaishankar had a series of interactions with interlocutors in the US government on issues ranging from ease of doing business to cooperation on terrorism and climate change.
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Jaishankar meets U.S. interlocutors, discusses cooperation 30.6.2015 Hindu: International
Issues range from ease of doing business to terrorism and climate change
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India’s tech stars shifting to Silicon Valley 30.6.2015 Hindu: Home
Apprise Finance Minister Arun Jaitley of bumps in M&As and investing.
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Museums and looted art: the ethical dilemma of preserving world cultures 29.6.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
How can western ‘universal’ museums acquire and display artefacts without stoking the illegal arts trade and reproducing colonialist narratives? Every month produces new cases of the “repatriation” of antiquities from American museums to their countries of origin. In late May, Italian authorities displayed 25 looted artefacts retrieved from the United States. They included some objects smuggled by the infamous dealer Giacomo Medici, convicted in 2004 for selling thousands of stolen pieces of Greco-Roman art from Italy and the Mediterranean. A few weeks earlier, the Cleveland Museum of Art returned a 10th-century statue of the Hindu god Hanuman to Cambodia. The idol had been hacked from the Prasat Chen temple in Siem Reap in the 1960s before journeying via a litany of dealers into the holds of the Cleveland Museum of Art in ...
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All you wanted to know about Institutional Trading Platform 29.6.2015 HBL: Columns
Globally, the IPO market has been sizzling with a new breed of e-commerce, social media and mobile technology firms making a debut. Not in India, though. Startups here including Snapdeal, Flipkart,...
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China launches infrastructure bank, first step in an ‘epic journey’ 29.6.2015 Washington Post: World
BEIJING — Underscoring China’s growing global influence, the country launched a new investment bank on Monday with 50 countries backing an institution meant to boost the region’s economy but also to put Beijing at the center of its development.Read full article ...
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Euro, stocks retreat on prospect of Greek default 29.6.2015 Washington Post: World
BEIJING — The euro slipped and share prices retreated across the world Monday, after Greece announced it was shuttering banks and looked set to default on a debt repayment this week.The euro recovered after an earlier slide in Asia, but was still nearly half a percent lower against the dollar in early European trade. Major Asia stock markets fell by more than 2 percent, while European markets saw similar declines. In U.S. markets, the Standard and Poor’s 500 Index futures fell by nearly 1 percent, while U.S. Treasuries rose and gold gained ground as investors sought safe havens in an uncertain environment.Read full article ...
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Bridging ties with the New Silk Road 29.6.2015 Hindu: Opinion
There is not enough understanding in India that the Chinese Belt and the Road project is a consequence of an economic imperative in China, which is undergoing structural change, and has less to do with geopolitics as is easily assumed.
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Saarc Chamber calls for improved Pak-India trade 28.6.2015 Nation : Last Twenty Four Hours News
LAHORE - The SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry, an apex body of regional chambers, on Saturday called for improved relations between Pakistan and India to augment trade and economic relations between the two neighbours. Vice President SCCI Pakistan Chapter Iftikhar Ali Malik, talking to high level visiting delegation of traders of SAARC member countries here Saturday, said that free movement ...
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India recalls its New Zealand envoy after wife accused of assaulting staff 27.6.2015 New Kerala: World News
Wellington, June 27 : The Indian Government has recalled its High Commissioner to New Zealand following allegations that his wife had assaulted a member of the mission staff.
Sumitra Mahajan visit signals fresh start in EU-India relations 26.6.2015 New Kerala: World News
Brussels, June 26 : The Indian parliamentary visit to Brussels came at a critical time when efforts are being made to reinvigorate the European Union-India relationship.
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