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India, US Export-Import Bank in talks on $8-9 billion nuclear loan 22.9.2016 ET: Foreign Trade
India now targets a ten-fold expansion in capacity to 63,000 MW by 2032, and US, French and Russian companies are among those chasing the business.
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'Revenge is a dish best served cold' 22.9.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'If you invest your entire capital in talks, you cannot abruptly change gear and decide on war.'
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India seeks loan from US for nuclear reactors 22.9.2016 TOI: India
India is negotiating with US Export-Import Bank for an $8-9 billion loan to finance six Westinghouse Electric nuclear reactors, two sources familiar with the talks said, although a lending freeze at the trade agency threatens progress.
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Morning News Call - India, September 22 22.9.2016 Sify Finance
To access the newsletter, click on the link: http://share.thomsonreuters.com/assets/newsletters/Indiamorning/MNC_IN_09222016.pdf FACTORS TO WATCH 9:30 am: Finance Minister
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U.S. begins unblocking jetliner sales to Iran 21.9.2016 Sify Finance
PARIS (Reuters) - The United States has started issuing licences unblocking the sale of Western passenger jets to Iran, aviation sources said.
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'Uri won't lead India to undertake major military action' 21.9.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'As outrageous as the attack was, it was against a military installation in Kashmir, not a civilian target in the heartland.''So, for India to react disproportionately would be to invite further damage that would be much greater than that which occurred on Sunday.''Diplomatic isolation of Pakistan, including by having it recognised as a State-sponsor of terrorism, may not satisfy the crowd, but it will deeply affront Pakistan and add leverage against it, and will come with none of the risks that war could bring.'
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Nations engaged in 'proxy wars' must end them, says Obama at UNGA 21.9.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
It was Obama's eighth and final address to the UN General Assembly as the US President
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China, India remain on path of 'remarkable growth', says Obama 20.9.2016 DNA: Top News
US President Barack Obama on Tuesday said the international order has been so successful that China and India remain on a path of "remarkable growth". "Indeed our international order has been so successful that we take it as a given that great powers no longer fight world wars. That the end of the Cold War lifted the shadow of nuclear Armageddon...that China and India remain on a path of remarkable growth," Obama said in his final address to the UN General Assembly here. He said a quarter century after the end of the Cold war, the world is by many measures less violent and more prosperous than ever before yet the societies are filled with "uncertainty and unease and strife." "Despite enormous progress, as people lose trust in institutions, governing becomes more difficult and tensions between nations become more quick to surface," he said. He said that nations face a choice of pressing forward with a better model of cooperation and integration or "we can retreat into a world sharply divided and ...
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Nations engaged in 'proxy wars' must end them, says US President Obama at UNGA 20.9.2016 DNA: Top News
US President Barack Obama on Tuesday asked nations engaged in "proxy wars" to end them, warning that if communities are not allowed to co-exist, the "embers of extremism will continue to burn" causing sufferings to countless human beings and export of extremism overseas. In his eighth and final address to the UN General Assembly as the US President, Obama admitted that the extremist and sectarian violence destabilising the Middle East and spreading elsewhere "will not be quickly reversed...No external power is going to be able to force different religious communities or ethnic communities to co-exist for long," Obama told the world leaders gathered in United Nations for the 71st UN General Assembly session. "Until basic questions are answered about how communities co-exist, the embers of extremism will continue to burn. Countless human beings will suffer and extremism will continue to be exported overseas," he warned. "Across-the-regions conflicts, we have to insist that all parties recognise a common ...
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Pakistan may use tactical nuke if it’s unable to push back Indian army: Hans Kristensen 20.9.2016 TOI: India
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India set to buy Iran oil for emergency reserves: Sources 20.9.2016 ET: Oil & Gas
Oil markets have been keenly focused on Iranian export volumes over the last few weeks as they get closer to pre-sanction levels.
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India set to buy Iran oil for emergency reserves - sources 20.9.2016 Sify Finance
By Nidhi Verma
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French power major EDF plans $2 billion green bet on India 20.9.2016 ET: Power
EDF is also interested in nuclear energy, for which it has initial agreements with Nuclear Power Corp, but regulatory issues are still under discussion.
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Any military action by India will be condemned by Washington, says former Obama adviser 19.9.2016 TOI: India
The spirited calls for revenge notwithstanding, India will have to carefully think through any military response as a cross-border strike will almost certainly lead to international condemnation.
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Iran presses for banking agreement to facilitate sanctions pact 19.9.2016 Sify Finance
By Tim Hepher
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China to build at least 60 nuclear plants in coming decade - industry official 16.9.2016 Sify Finance
LONDON (Reuters) - China plans to build more than 60 nuclear plants in the coming decade, a top Chinese industry official said on Friday.
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Iran crude exports hit 5-yr high near pre-sanctions levels -source 16.9.2016 Sify Finance
* Aug exports highest since Jan 2012 -tanker schedule
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UK approves Chinese-backed nuclear plant, sets tighter controls 16.9.2016 Sify Finance
By William James and Kate Holton
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There shouldn't be any differences between India and China on development and clean energy: Vikas Swarup 15.9.2016 DNA: Recent Columns
 Asserting that NSG membership is a priority, India on Thursday said there should not be any differences between it and China on issues such as development and clean energy, a day after Beijing said it is yet to take a position on the accession of a non-NPT country into the nuclear club. Meanwhile, sources said that the second round of talks between the top nuclear officials of India and China is likely to be held in Beijing next month. The two sides had held the first round of talks here on Tuesday with a focus on India's admission into 48-nation Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), which controls global nuclear commerce. "The two sides have had a substantive and pragmatic exchange on the issue of NSG membership, which is a priority for India because of our plans for civil nuclear energy. "On certain issues such as development and clean energy, there should not be differences between the two sides," MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup said at his weekly briefing here. China and India this week discussed issues of ...
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Modi is prepared to stake his personal reputation when national interests so dictate 15.9.2016 Rediff: Columns
'The book has immense value because it reveals the inner workings of the think-tank which appears to provide facts and insights to Modi, though he himself takes the final decisions and articulates them in his characteristic rhetorical style,' says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.
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