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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 15, 2019
Though both are the world's leading nation in terms of economic growth, the US claims they continue to enjoy special trade benefits that come with a 'developing country' tag.


Rakesh Krishnan
New Delhi, March 28, 2019
Once an ASAT weapon system is operationalised, India's military will have the power to blind the enemy's reconnaissance satellite coverage, delivering a knockout punch before the guns open up on the ground.


BusinessToday.In
February 15, 2019
The decision to revoke the MFN status to Pakistan will mean that India can increase custom duties on goods imported from Pakistan up to the bound level duty rates.


PTI
January 28, 2019



PTI
December 24, 2018



Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi, December 20, 2018
Studies have suggested that the impact of climate change will increase and spare no part of the world. It will particularly badly hit South Asia if no steps are taken to reduce greenhouse gases. 


PTI
December 13, 2018



PTI
October 8, 2018
UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta Fore has praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for investing the \"political time and efforts\" in issues like health and sanitation.


Rita McGrath and M. Muneer
New Delhi, April 30, 2018
Payment should be based on value, not activities.


BT Online
September 4, 2017
In what could be a huge victory for India against Pakistan-based terror groups, the Joint declaration at BRICS Summit today condemned Jaish-e-Mohammad and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT). Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in China to attend the 9th BRICS Summit 2017 in the port city of Xiamen.


Rekha Sethi
Delhi, March 20, 2017
A sustainable skilling ecosystem is needed to produce a globally competitive workforce which can stay ahead of automation and obsolescence.


By Rahul Munjal
Delhi, November 12, 2016
The book hails the countries of the Global Southern Belt as game changers that will challenge the Western worldview and reshape the world.


By Sarika Malhotra
Delhi, October 19, 2016
In June 2016, Modi took the initial steps towards fulfilling his promise of creating mass jobs for the young, close to two years after taking over as prime minister. A lot of pieces need to fall in place for the textile sector to create the targeted one crore jobs in three years.


Naval Goel
April 19, 2016
Insurance, like many things, may be demographical but is most certainly not a geographically regional requirement.


By Robyn Norton and Vivekananda Jha
Delhi, January 1, 2016
Robyn Norton of Global Health; James Martin of Oxford; and Professor Vivekananda Jha of George Institute of Public Health, on improving healthcare facilities in the remotest areas of the country.


By M.S. SWAMINATHAN
Delhi, January 11, 2016
If the rains fail, so does our crops. How does one move beyond the over dependence on rains as many other countries have done? Professor M.S. Swaminathan, renowned geneticist and father of the Indian Green Revolution, shares his thoughts.


By Anil Sardana and Rahul Chaudhry
Delhi, December 28, 2015
Anil Sardana, CEO & MD, Tata Power (lead contractor for Pinaka Multi Barrel Rocket Launcher and Akash Missile Launchers), and Rahul Chaudhry, CEO of the company's Strategic Engineering Division, write on why 'Make in India' matters for India's defence preparedness.


Chandra Bhushan
December 12, 2015
The Paris talks raise little hope of a consensus on climate change with developed nations remaining non-committal on cutting greenhouse gas emissions and developing nations refusing to give up.


Sarika Malhotra
December 1, 2015
Chandra Bhushan, Deputy Director General, Centre for Science and Environment says that India needs the support of other developing countries to ensure that it makes an impact at the Paris climate talks.


Associated Press
Paris, November 30, 2015
Some 180 countries have already presented plans to rein in their climate-warming gas emissions. But a host of issues remain to be resolved before a new climate agreement can be adopted in Paris.


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