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Sunil Sethi: Will masterji save his job? 29.9.2012 Business Standard: Today
Not long ago I went to the opening of a small new guesthouse in Delhi’s trendy Nizamuddin.
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Web Special: Shaking off the policy paralysis tag 28.9.2012 Business Standard: News Now
The government recently passed some very important reforms in a move to substantiate their stand on reducing the fiscal deficit, bring inflation under control and stabilize the economy.
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FDI in retail will help even kirana stores: UK envoy 28.9.2012 Rediff: Business
He said the policy paralysis, which had gripped the country in recent months, was over, and India was back in business.
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PM can't be faulted for moving with time: Bangkok Post 25.9.2012 Top Headlines
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh cannot be faulted for his decision to implement FDI in retail, the 'Bangkok Post' has said.
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Big stores to slash food bills, trader monopoly 25.9.2012 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
Big stores to slash food bills, trader monopoly
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PM can't be faulted for moving with time: Bangkok Post 25.9.2012 IE: Economy News
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh cannot be faulted for his decision to implement FDI in retail, the 'Bangkok Post' has said.
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PM can't be faulted for moving with time: Bangkok Post 25.9.2012 Rediff: News
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh cannot be faulted for his decision to implement FDI in retail, the 'Bangkok Post' has said.
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AGP opposes FDI in retail 25.9.2012 The Assam Tribune
AGP opposes FDI in retail
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China's experience in retail FDI could inspire India's own expansion 24.9.2012 Business Standard: Today
The withdrawal of Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress from the UPA has set the stage for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to get some of his mojo back.
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Can UPA-2 fulfil reforms agenda? 23.9.2012 Asian Age: Editorial
There is a view that had these reforms come earlier, even last year, FDI in aviation and multi-brand retail would have come in far quicker than now expected There is a view that had these reforms come earlier, even last year, FDI in aviation and multi-brand retail would have come in far quicker than now expected Now that foreign direct investment in multi-brand retail, aviation, broadcasting and power exchanges, promising an exciting future for these sectors, have been notified, the beguiling issue is whether all these investments will materialise during the term of the UPA-2 government. <!--break--> There is a view that had these reforms come earlier, even last year, FDI in aviation (49 per cent) and multi-brand retail (51 per cent) would have come in far quicker than now expected. The global economic slowdown is still not showing signs of revival. Domestically, too, the atmosphere has been vitiated by months of policy paralysis and corruption scandals in the government. ...
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Indian technology powers Wal-Mart, Tesco 23.9.2012 Hindustan Times: Business
Indian technology powers Wal-Mart, Tesco
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Can UPA-2 fulfil reforms agenda? 23.9.2012 Asian Age: Editorial
There is a view that had these reforms come earlier, even last year, FDI in aviation and multi-brand retail would have come in far quicker than now expected There is a view that had these reforms come earlier, even last year, FDI in aviation and multi-brand retail would have come in far quicker than now expected Now that foreign direct investment in multi-brand retail, aviation, broadcasting and power exchanges, promising an exciting future for these sectors, have been notified, the beguiling issue is whether all these investments will materialise during the term of the UPA-2 government. <!--break--> There is a view that had these reforms come earlier, even last year, FDI in aviation (49 per cent) and multi-brand retail (51 per cent) would have come in far quicker than now expected. The global economic slowdown is still not showing signs of revival. Domestically, too, the atmosphere has been vitiated by months of policy paralysis and corruption scandals in the government. ...
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Can UPA-2 fulfil reforms agenda? 23.9.2012 Asian Age: Editorial
There is a view that had these reforms come earlier, even last year, FDI in aviation and multi-brand retail would have come in far quicker than now expected There is a view that had these reforms come earlier, even last year, FDI in aviation and multi-brand retail would have come in far quicker than now expected Now that foreign direct investment in multi-brand retail, aviation, broadcasting and power exchanges, promising an exciting future for these sectors, have been notified, the beguiling issue is whether all these investments will materialise during the term of the UPA-2 government. <!--break--> There is a view that had these reforms come earlier, even last year, FDI in aviation (49 per cent) and multi-brand retail (51 per cent) would have come in far quicker than now expected. The global economic slowdown is still not showing signs of revival. Domestically, too, the atmosphere has been vitiated by months of policy paralysis and corruption scandals in the government. ...
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Centuries of Indian life could be extinguished by the arrival of Walmart | Ian Jack 22.9.2012 Guardian: Comment is Free
The country's street sellers will almost certainly vanish once foreign supermarkets are allowed into the big cities Certain habits in Indian life once gave an illusion of permanence. On hot afternoons 30 years ago, for example, you could lie on your bed under a slow-turning fan and hear noises from the street that had been the same for at least a century. The lonely wife in Satyajit Ray's film Charulata heard them in the film's celebrated opening sequence as she flitted about her Victorian mansion in 1870's Calcutta like a trapped butterfly, and in 1982 you could hear them still: some rhythmic chanting, the hollow patter of a little drum. And if, like Charulata, you went to the window and looked down, there in the dusty lane you would see a gang of coolies shouting something like a work-song as they pushed a wooden-wheeled cart with a heavy load, or a street entertainer drumming up business with his tabla. The most common sounds, however, were the singsong calls of peddlers selling fish or ...
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Rescind notification on FDI in retail, demands CPI (M) 22.9.2012 Hindu: News
‘Experience shows that procurement by MNC retailers does not benefit small farmers’
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India: Singh defends economy plan 21.9.2012 BBC South Asia
Indian PM Manmohan Singh defends his economic reforms, saying they are necessary to fight an economic slowdown.
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Global retailers welcome liberalisation of FDI in India 21.9.2012 Top Headlines
'Despite restrictions in recent FDI, there will be 'tremendous interest' after its implementation'
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FDI in retail will destroy livelihood of large number of people, charges CPI(M) 21.9.2012 Hindu: National
A day after the government notified rules to permit FDI in retail, CPI(M) on Friday charged the ruling coalition with taking the “single biggest step” to destroy the livelihood of a large number o...
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Global retailers welcome liberalisation of FDI in India 21.9.2012 IE: Corporate News
'Despite restrictions in recent FDI, there will be 'tremendous interest' after its implementation'
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Consensus eludes among traders on FDI prospect in business 21.9.2012 TOI: All Headlines
Consensus eludes among traders on FDI prospect in business
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