Trade

Myanmar President Htin Kyaw’s first State visit to India

Myanmar President Htin Kyaw’s first State visit to India

August 30, 2016

Myanmar President Htin Kyaw’s four-day visit to India can propel the bilateral strategic, political, economic and cultural ties to a new high, coming as it does, at the start of a crucial transition of Myanmar towards democracy after decades of military rule. Leaders of both t...

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British voters choose to exit the European Union

British voters choose to exit the European Union

June 24, 2016

After a tight and rough race, British voters have chosen to exit the European Union, in the “Brexit” referendum organised on June 23. It triggered a wave of uncertainty and volatility on the world markets, including Indian ones. The Sensex and the Indian rupee fell sharply. I...

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“Brexit” or “Bremain”? Will Britain stay in the European Union?

“Brexit” or “Bremain”? Will Britain stay in the European Union?

June 18, 2016

The Brexit votes will be conducted in the United Kingdom on June 23, where the citizens, including a nearly 3 million diaspora population of Indian origin residing in the UK, will voice their opinion whether the country should 'Remain' or 'Exit' Europe. This tight race will also ...

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Inhumane trade

Inhumane trade

June 15, 2016

On the occasion of world day against child labour that was observed around the globe on June 12, 2016, 16 trafficked children were rescued from trains and placement agencies in New Delhi.

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Mango Muddle

Mango Muddle

June 14, 2016

Many Indians look forward to summers. For some, mainly school children, it means vacations, for some others it means new designs and clothes in the shops, while for many others it means the arrival of the King; The king of fruits-Mango.

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Environmental issues in New Delhi

Environmental issues in New Delhi

June 6, 2016

To address the environmental issues prevailing in the capital like trafficking of wildlife, reduced forest cover, increasing pollution and more, the city of New Delhi decided to try to walk on the green road.

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After the death of a Congolese student in South Delhi

After the death of a Congolese student in South Delhi

May 26, 2016

The death of a Congolese post-graduate student in an altercation on Friday in New Delhi has sparked a major diplomatic controversy. African envoys protested and decided not to attend part of the Africa Day there. India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has assured that ...

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India’s port capacity and strategy

India’s port capacity and strategy

April 19, 2016

Anchored for very long port development in India has began to look promising after its Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a comprehensive plan to increase India’s port handling capacity to 3,000 million tonnes (mt) by 2025, from the present 1,400 mt. With this India envisag...

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French Honour for Manish Arora

French Honour for Manish Arora

February 16, 2016

Indian fashion designer Manish Arora was made Chevalier of the French Legion of Honor in recognition of his work, his contribution to fashion and his long lasting ties with France. Manish Arora, one of the emblems of India in the international fashion world, is also a Paris lover...

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E-commerce in Retail

E-commerce in Retail

February 15, 2016

After making waves in the merchandise segment, e-commerce has now shifted to grocery, including fresh vegetables and perishables. The potential exists but comes with its own set of challenges, which many of the players are blind to. Home delivery is definitely not a new term in I...

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