User: subbu Topic: gujarat
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Paul flays unsolicited advice to India from UK 25.10.2014 Hindustan Times: World
Members of the House of Lords saw the election of the Narendra Modi government as an opportunity to renew UKIndia relations during a debate on Thursday but prominent industrialist Swraj Paul decried the stream of ungenerous and illinformed advice from UK to India on key ...
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‘India’s visa concerns will be addressed’ 24.10.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘India’s visa concerns will be addressed’
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Pakistan Hindu migrants celebrate Diwali in Jodhpur, hope for better future 23.10.2014 CNN-IBN: India
With the rise of extremist forces in Pakistan around 2000 Hindu migrants have escaped to India this year.
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Two Maharashtra youths planning to undergo jihad training held 22.10.2014 All News-IANS Stories
Hyderabad police Wednesday arrested two youths from Maharashtra who were allegedly planning to go to Afghanistan for jihad training.
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Modi regime continues UPA's 'disingenuity' on offshore black money (News Analysis) 22.10.2014 All News-IANS Stories
Over three years ago, the Supreme Court had described as "disingenuous" the then UPA government's argument, now being parroted by the Narendra Modi government, that the "confidentiality" clause in the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) ...
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U.S. supports Modi’s economic vision, says envoy 22.10.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
U.S. supports Modi’s economic vision, says envoy
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U.S. supports Modi’s economic vision, says envoy 22.10.2014 Hindu: News
Last month’s summit in Washington between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi was successful in reaffirming the importance of the India-U.S relationship and the need to “re-ene...
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The Arab world now ‘sees Narendra Modi differently’ 21.10.2014 HBL: Home

Tarek A. Mishkhas is the Editor-in-Chief of Malayalam News, a daily newspaper based in Saudi Arabia that caters to the huge expat population of Keralites in the kingdom. He is also t...

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Interview with U.S. Ambassador to India Kathleen Stephens 21.10.2014 Hindu: National
During a visit to Chennai, Ambassador Kathleen Stephens, the charge d’affaires at the U.S Embassy in New Delhi, answered questions on the way forward after the Modi-Obama summit in Washi...
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Mr Modi, first tell your officials to stop harassing NRIs 21.10.2014 Columns
A clean energy advocate recounts his harrowing experience at the hands of Indian immigration officials
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Modest expectations 20.10.2014 Telegraph: Opinion
All right-thinking Indians will have hoped for high-profile and constructive results from the prime minister’s visits abroad. Despite the habitual and pointless carping of his political rivals, Narendra Modi won high marks for projecting India in a vigorous and positive light in Bhutan, Nepal, Japan and the United States of America, and even his critics must admit that none of their weathered leaders could match the prime minister’s abundant energy and ability to conduct himself in a manner appropriate to the occasion.
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US keen to partner India in a host of areas: envoy 20.10.2014 HBL: Home
'Centre’s reform steps will help boost investments’
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NDA govt reforms aimed at ensuring ease of business: US envoy 20.10.2014 Latest News
The NDA government's proposed economic reforms aimed at ensuring ease of business in the country will encourage more global firms to set up shop and expand here, US Charge d'Affaires to India Kathleen Stephens said.
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NDA govt reforms aimed at ensuring ease of business: US envoy 20.10.2014 Deccan Herald - Business
The NDA governments proposed economic reforms aimed at ensuring ease of business in the country will encourage more global firms to set up shop and expand here, US Ambassador to India Kathleen Stephens said. The proposals may have been still in the early stage, "but the kind of programme the new government has laid out, of increasing the ability of foreign companies to invest here in India" will raise the countrys standing as an investment destination, she told reporters here last evening. One of the challenges India faced was that it was standing low in the ease of doing business according to global indicators, she said. However, the efforts by the Narendra Modi government in the areas of transparency and land acquisition among others, if implemented, will encourage more investment, she said. "Some of those steps, if they are taken, I think that will encourage not only American firms, but others, many of whom have already done business and want to expand," she said. India offered many advantages in ...
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US envoy praises Modi Govt, says NDA's economic reforms will encourage global firms 20.10.2014 Oneindia.in: News
Chennai, Oct 20: The NDA government's proposed economic reforms aimed at ensuring ease of business in the country will encourage more global firms to set up shop and expand here, US Ambassador to India Kathleen Stephens said. The proposals may
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NDA government's proposed economic reforms aimed at ensuring ease of business: US envoy 20.10.2014 ET: Policy
She particularly singled out terrorism as a common challenge faced by the two countries and said this was an area of mutual cooperation.
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US ambassador calls for revival of India-US trade relations 20.10.2014 TOI: India
"India is back and open for business," said United States ambassador to India, Kathleen Stephens while addressing the city's business community on ...
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President Pranab Mukherjee returns home after trips to Norway, Finland 17.10.2014 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Oct.17 : President Pranab Mukherjee returned home on Friday after completing his official five-day state visit to Norway and Finland.
US wants to partner Vibrant Gujarat 2015 event 17.10.2014 Latest News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the United States seems to have had an impact on relations between the two countries with the later showing interest in becoming partner country for the Vibrant Gujarat event to be held in Gandhinagar in ...
Australian opposition leader keen to meet PM Modi 17.10.2014 Zee News : India National
Australian opposition leader Bill Shorten has said he is looking forward to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he visits the country next month to attend the G-20 meeting.
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