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We're ready to serve rural Gujarat: Hindu Pakistani doctors 30.1.2015 TOI: Cities
"We are ready to serve rural Gujarat, use us".About 150 immigrant Hindu Pakistani doctors have said these words again and ...
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Letters: Watch out Modi 29.1.2015 All Opinion Stories
This refers to the report "Modi & Obama's back-room boys broke impasse on n-deal in London" (January 27). The news mentioned that the major differences between the US and India, pertaining to the liability of compensation with regard to the ...
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Modi tightens grip over foreign policy; BJP, Cong lock horns over Sujatha sacking 29.1.2015 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
Modi's appointment of S Jaishankar as foreign secretary, the top bureaucrat at the foreign ministry, underscores the Prime Minister's control over foreign ...
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Indian PM fires top diplomat, tightens grip over policy 29.1.2015 Sify News
NEW DELHI, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has fired the country's highest ranking diplomat and replaced her with India's ambassador to the United States, a day after a
S Jaishankar Indias ambassador to US is the new foreign secretary 28.1.2015 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
S Jaishankar Indias ambassador to US is the new foreign secretary
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Will perpetual Modi critics see the true picture? 28.1.2015 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'We are no longer striving for a strategic partnership. We have arrived at one.'
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The India-U.S. business summit 28.1.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
The India-U.S. business summit
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Mayor says ‘US making terrorists’ 28.1.2015 Vadodara - City - The Times of India
Vadodara mayor Bharat Shah was caught with his foot in the mouth on Republic Day when he ended up labelling America as a terrorist factory.
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Obama’s India visit could leave Modi with a China albatross around his neck 27.1.2015 FirstPost: World

As United States President Barack Obama left Indian shores on Tuesday afternoon, he left a legacy that may well be a trap for India if the Narendra Modi government does not take due care: rocking the boat of India-China relations.

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Obama's visit may leave Modi with a China albatross around his neck - Firstpost 27.1.2015 Google News India
Obama's visit may leave Modi with a China albatross around his neck Firstpost As United States President Barack Obama left Indian shores on Tuesday afternoon, he left a legacy that may well be a trap for India if the Narendra Modi government does not take due care: rocking the boat of India-China relations. Three things ...
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From IPR and piracy to taxation: Key issues discussed at India-US CEO forum 27.1.2015 FirstPost: Business

Issues related with intellectual property rights, including piracy of films and software, figured prominently during the India-US CEO Forum in New Delhi attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama.

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LIVE: Obama on Indo-US ties 27.1.2015 Hindu: News
He is also expected to meet Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi.
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Zee in gush mode 27.1.2015 thehoot.org
Modi’s reforms enthuse Obama 27.1.2015 Hindu: Home
U.S. President offers $4 billion in bank loans; funds for green energy
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CEOs from India, US discuss IPR, piracy issues 27.1.2015 Rediff: Business
Issues related with intellectual property rights, including piracy of films and software, figured prominently during the India-US CEO Forum in New Delhi attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama.
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CEOs from India, US brainstorm Intellectual Property Right, piracy among other issues 26.1.2015 DNA: Opinion
Issues related with intellectual property rights, including piracy of films and software, figured prominently during the India-US CEO Forum in New Delhi attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama. Talking to reporters after the meet ended, HDFC Chairman Deepak Parekh said Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger raised the issue of film piracy. "...They (Walt Disney) have lots of investments in India but lot of films are pirated. The laws are there but implementation is difficult. "Even Finance Minister (Arun Jaitley) said that we have to look into it. Mr Modi also acknowledged that there is piracy both in IT software as well as in films and we have to tackle this and take strong legal actions...," he said. Tata Sons Chairman Cyrus Mistry and David M Cote of Honeywell were co-chair of the high-profile meeting. Biocon Chairman and Managing Director Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, who also participated in the Forum, too said that the US industry has raised its concerns on IPR related matters. She ...
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Obama assures Modi on concerns over H-1B visa issue 26.1.2015 deccanherald.com
President Barack Obama has assured Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he will look into Indias concerns on the H-1B visa issue as part of his comprehensive immigration reform, US officials said today. Obama told Prime Minister Modi that his administration would be in touch with the Indian government on issues related to H-1B visas, popular among Indian techies. "I think what the President indicated is this is the type of issue (H-1B) that we have approached through the context of comprehensive immigration reform and so, given his ongoing efforts to work with Congress in pursuit of comprehensive immigration reform, we would be incorporating these types of issues in that process and would be in touch with the Indian government as that moved forward," Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes told US reporters travelling with Obama. Responding to a question on the bilateral talks held between the two leaders yesterday, Rhodes acknowledged that Indias concerns over certain aspects of the immigration reform ...
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Obama assures Modi on concerns over H-1B visa issue 26.1.2015 TOI: India
President Barack Obama has assured Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he will look into India's concerns on the H-1B visa issue as part of his comprehensive immigration reform, US officials said on ...
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H-1B visa : Obama assures Modi to look into India's concerns 26.1.2015 DNA: Top News
 President Barack Obama has assured Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he will look into India's concerns on the H-1B visa issue as part of his comprehensive immigration reform, US officials said on Monday. Obama told Prime Minister Modi that his administration would be in touch with the Indian government on issues related to H-1B visas, popular among Indian techies. "I think what the President indicated is this is the type of issue (H-1B) that we have approached through the context of comprehensive immigration reform and so, given his ongoing efforts to work with Congress in pursuit of comprehensive immigration reform, we would be incorporating these types of issues in that process and would be in touch with the Indian government as that moved forward," Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes told US reporters travelling with Obama. Responding to a question on the bilateral talks held between the two leaders, Rhodes acknowledged that India's concerns over certain aspects of the immigration reform ...
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Obama assures Modi on concerns over H-1B visa 26.1.2015 Rediff: Business
Obama had bypassed Congress to announce most sweeping immigration reform
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