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    Obama offers $4 billion in investment, loans

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    Money talk President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Tata Group Chairman Cyrus Mistry (right) and Honeywell Chairman and CEO Dave Cote during the India-US CEO Forum in New Delhi on Monday. Half will go to renewable energy projects; Modi promises predictable tax regime »  

    Swiss bullion exports to India nearly treble

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    Desi management courses are losing their appeal

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    Registrations for CAT on the decline; demand for banking, govt jobs rising »

    Auditor seeks details of revenue segregation by 4G firms

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    Obama joins select group of world leaders who attended Republic Day

    President, Pranab Mukherjee, the Chief Guest U,S, President, Barack Obama and the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi at the saluting dais, on the occasion of the 66th Republic Day Parade 2015, in New Delhi on Monday.

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    U.S. President Barack Obama today joined a select group of world leaders who have attended India... »

    Laxman immortalised the passive, hapless common man

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    Voice of the voiceless, legendary cartoonist RK Laxman signs off »

    Why the nuclear deal is no big deal

    U.S. President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi smile after giving their opening statement at Hyderabad House in New Delhi on Sunday. In a glow of bonhomie, Obama and Modi announced a breakthrough on nuclear trade, a step that both sides hope will help establish an enduring strategic partnership. – REUTERS

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    Indian liability law is one that barks, but does not bite »

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    INDIA IN TRANSITION

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    The Subramanian panel report on environment regulation should not be accepted in a hurry »

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    Our silence on inequality

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    Beyond symbolism

    Behind the Modi-Obama bonhomie lies a more nuanced understanding of mutual imperatives »

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    Tragedy and the twitterati

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    Social media shapes public perceptions of crises, as the response to the Charlie Hebdo attack reveals very clearly »

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    Digitalisation, Internet of Things and engineering services outsourcing will make businesses smarter than ever »

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    Crude oil price seeks a new normal

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    The rapid downward spiral of crude oil prices in the last three months or so has flummoxed even... »

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    Palm oil to test supports, rise

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    Crude palm oil futures on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange ended sharply lower on Monday... »

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    Govt needs to push digitisation: Tata Sky chief

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    Harit Nagpal,Tata Sky Managing Director & CEO The direct-to-home service in the country has gone through a dramatic transformation over... »
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    Modi wears colourful Rajasthani turban for R-Day

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi adorning a colourful Rajasthani bandhani turban at the Republic Day function on Monday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi adorned a colourful Rajasthani bandhani turban at the Republic Day... »
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    Greece's Syriza to form government with right-wing party

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    Head of radical leftist Syriza party Alexis Tsipras (right) meets with leader of right-wing, anti-bailout Independent Greeks party Panos Kammenos at party headquarters in Athens, January 26, 2015. Syriza party will form a coalition government with Independent Greeks party, Kammenos told reporters on Monday. Photo: Reuters Greek leftwing leader Alexis Tsipras struck a deal with a right-wing party to form a government... »
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    Govt needs to push digitisation: Tata Sky chief

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    Harit Nagpal,Tata Sky Managing Director & CEO The direct-to-home service in the country has gone through a dramatic transformation over... »

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    Head-hunters looking closely at social media sites

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    Rawpixel/shutterstock.com India has 243 m Internet users, of whom 106 m are active on social media websites »

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    Ascendas’ OneHub Chennai to launch residential township

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    Lee Fu Nyap, CEO, India Operations, Ascendas India BIJOY GHOSH Seeking real estate partner for 100-acre development near Mahabalipuram »

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    Scientists find how to unboil eggs

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    Scientists have invented a way to unboil a hen egg and claim that the new method could dramatica... »
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    What R-Day with Obama means to BJP

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    BJP president Amit Shah and Congress president Sonia Gandhi at the Republic Day parade in New Delhi on Monday. PTI Party will milk the event for Assembly poll campaigns »
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    Nuke deal figures in Obama-Sonia meeting

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    President Pranab Mukherjee and First Lady Michelle Obama look on as US President Barack Obama shakes hands with UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi during a banquet hosted at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on Sunday. - PTI The issue of operationalising the bilateral landmark civil nuclear deal and cooperation in multi... »
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    All you wanted to know about: Grexit

    Old fears have come back to haunt Greece again. Talks of ‘Grexit’ are doing the rounds. And with... »

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    Wouldn’t drive motorbike after watching BSF daredevils: Obama

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    BSF Daredevil contingents at Rajpath during the Republic Day celebrations, in the capital on Monday. - Photo: Ramesh Sharma US President Barack Obama would “not drive” a motorbike after watching the daredevil motorcycle... »

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    Maharashtra, Gujarat likely to ink river linking pact in April

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    Sharing waters: A view of the Narmada river in Ahmedabad. The National Water Development Agency will submit a detailed project report on the Par-Tapi-Narmada link to both the Governments in April. Damanganga-Pinjal project to address Mumbai’s water needs for 60 years »

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    After 35 years of service under the Government of Nagaland, Guolhou woke one morning and experie... »

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