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The Indian touch is what BRICS needs
'The BRICS anthem has to necessarily be an anthem of Vedic times -- Walk together, Dream together, Achieve together.''And who knows it better than Modi?' says Tarun Vijay. IMAGE: Prime Minister......
The end of the world, as we knew it
'An isolationist US and a disintegrating European Union will create a power vacuum that only China is in a position to fill -- a conclusion that is uncomfortable but unavoidable,' says Nitin......
India must tell China it is playing with fire
'While China expressed reservations on the Indian role in the South China Sea, Beijing threw to the winds Indian concerns on Kashmir by announcing $46 billion in investments Pakistan occupied......
Modi leads India to the Silk Road
With Beijing having had a profound rethink on India's admission as a full member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, the tectonic plates of the geopolitics of a massive swathe of the planet......
Is BRICS a folly for India to embrace?
'To consider BRICS anything more than a temporary club with some common interests would be folly. The goal should be to induce others (Japan, ASEAN, South Africa) to align with us -- a......
IMF chief moots early warning system for economies
Favouring a 'new Bretton Woods Agreement', International Monetary Fund chief Dominque Strauss-Kahn has said an early warning system to detect impending dangers to the world economy must be put......
Who are the Bretton Woods Sisters?
Financial institutionsWho are the Bretton Woods Sisters?Take the Rediff Biz Quiz and find out how much you know about the World Bank and India.1. Who are the Bretton Woods Sisters? a) American......
2017: The year of the strong dollar (and weak rupee)
IMAGE: Rs may hit 70+ levels to the $ Photograph: Vivek Prakash/Reuters. Devangshu Datta predicts the good, the bad and the ugly of currency trends for the coming year. The US became the......
A commitment that G20 makes every year, time to deliver?
Market-determined rates often lead to exchange rate misalignments, notes A V Rajwade. The communique issued at the end of the Group of Twenty (G-20) meeting of finance ministers and central......
Why global markets are feeling tremors from China's meltdown
The Chinese authorities have sought to position the yuan devaluation as a positive development; this reflects a transition to a more market-oriented process of exchange rate determination, says......
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