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Modi-Li talks: Aspirational, productive and positive

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had gone to China with a bagful of initiatives, but not all seems to have been fulfilled given China’s reluctance to go the whole hog with him, says Srikanth......

Pragmatic Modi will achieve India's strategic goals in China

  If the chemistry between Modi and Xi goes well, it will herald a new future for the world, says Tarun Vijay, mp. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to make history in China through a......

Why Vietnam is an important ally for India

Vietnam is a key player in India’s act east policy under Prime Minister Narendra Modi. From India’s perspective, a strategic partnership with Vietnam will only deepen political,......

Modi, Xi and Great Expectations

'As the first leaders of their respective countries born after Indian Independence and the Chinese Liberation, Modi and Xi would be expected to have the ability to overcome the traditional mindsets......

Can Modi change India's foreign policy beyond recognition?

'What gives hope is that Modi's own leadership is vitally linked to his capacity to deliver on the economic front. Indeed, if he succeeds, India's foreign policies will have changed beyond......

ICICI Venture, Japanese firms for infra fund

In the changed scenario of Indian private equity, where institutions and individuals are busy with fund raising, the fund houses are exploring untapped markets. ICICI Venture (I-Ven), India's......

How govt's gold deposit can be a success

The government's ambitious gold deposit scheme can succeed only if depositors are paid a higher interest rate and banks are given more regulatory exemptions, Japanese brokerage Nomura said on......

Bangalore neighbourhood's toxic air threatens India's future

Once called India’s garden city, this upper middle-class residential area in Bangalore has India’s most toxic air, says Devanik Saha, IndiaSpend.com. On the day this story was written,......

From Google to SoftBank, Nikesh Arora's amazing journey so far

Just nine months into this new role, Nikesh Arora was made the president of SoftBank and has been named the heir apparent to Chairman Masayoshi Son. Working for Google is perhaps a dream most......

Sensex loses steam ahead of F&O expiry; Cipla, Bajaj Auto race

The Sensex was down 195 points at 27,506.46 and the Nifty also slipped 57 points at 8,267. Benchmark indices reversed gains to end lower after rising for three straight sessions amid a......

Incheon ready to showcase cream of Asian sports

Rejepgeldy Nurmammedow (right), Head of Government of Ashghabat city, Turkmenistan, the next host city of Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games waves OCA flag with other delegates. Photograph: Chung......
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How Competitive Programming Platforms are Changing Tech Hiring

According to IDC, there are an estimated 11 million professional software developers and 7.5 million hobbyists programmers in the world. Expressed... ...

http://m.gadgets.ndtv.com/internet/features/how-competitive-coding-platforms-are-changing-the-tech-hiring-landscape-732965
Arthveda ready for foreign investment play, to raise over $1 billion

MUMBAI: Arthveda Capital, the equities asset management vertical of the DHFL Group, is entering the business of taking up overseas investment... ...

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Peep into Chinese grassroots

St Sophia Cathedral, a former Russian Orthodox church, in Harbin, Manchuria, China. In many ways, Manchuria took on the hue of its colonisers: from... ...

http://www.financialexpress.com/article/industry/jobs/peep-into-chinese-grassroots/123991/
No monitoring of hundreds of foreign doctors allowed to do temporary practice

NEW DELHI: About a thousand foreign doctors are given temporary permission to do various procedures like live surgery demonstrations in India each... ...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/No-monitoring-of-hundreds-of-foreign-doctors-allowed-to-do-temporary-practice/articleshow/48618707.cms?from=mdr
NARI has a new survival kit; looks beyond HIV

The institute will now branch out into studies on diabetes, Japanese Encephalitis (JE), TB, etc With funds crunch for HIV and AIDS programmes,... ...

http://www.punemirror.in/pune/cover-story/NARI-has-a-new-survival-kit-looks-beyond-HIV/articleshow/48562614.cms

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