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Ranvir Nayar

Managing Director & Founder at Media India Group

Bateaux Mouches

Bateaux Mouches

April 24, 2019

Claude Micallef, sales director, Bateaux Mouches spoke to India Outbound about his plans on how important is the Indian market for them and how are they planning to expand with the changing demands.

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Boeing 737 Max: Challenging times ahead

Boeing 737 Max: Challenging times ahead

April 22, 2019

Last month’s crash of Ethiopian Airlines’ Boeing 737 Max aircraft brings the focus back on the safety of technologies in today’s fly-by-wire aircraft.

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Democracy in Africa

Democracy in Africa

April 16, 2019

After several stumbles, democracy seems to be advancing in Africa again. Fragile yet taking baby steps ahead. The world needs to encourage this.

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French unrest

French unrest

April 15, 2019

France needs to revive its smaller towns and rural areas to address the root cause of the Yellow Vests movement.

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US plans to withdraw from the INF Treaty

US plans to withdraw from the INF Treaty

April 10, 2019

By threatening to pull out of a key arms treaty, the United States has brought Europe back to the brink of a cold war.

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Race for Space

Race for Space

March 18, 2019

Instead of cooperation for benefits of the humanity, the exploration of the space has turned into an intensive competition with national interests superceding global ones.

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US-North Korea-China

US-North Korea-China

March 12, 2019

Why China is keen to facilitate peace in the Korean peninsula.

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Climate change and global poverty

Climate change and global poverty

March 7, 2019

World leaders continue to pay lip service to climate protection as the poorest, in poor and rich nations, continue to pay the price for inaction.

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India-Saudi tango

India-Saudi tango

February 27, 2019

India’s desperate attempts to woo Saudi Arabia away from Pakistan are doomed to fail.

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International Criminal Court

International Criminal Court

February 26, 2019

The International Criminal Court is weakened by failed prosecutions and high-profile acquittals as well as refusal of countries to abide by its rulings.

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Air pollution in South Asia

Air pollution in South Asia

February 21, 2019

In various global studies, South Asia, home to nearly two billion people, continues to top air pollution-related deaths, with little signs of improvement.

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Pulwama terror attack

Pulwama terror attack

February 18, 2019

The Pulwama terror attack shows up a series of failures and bad judgments by the Indian government and points to a tumultuous time ahead for Kashmir.

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