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DHL Supply Chain Invest EUR 50m In India Growth

Investment-friendly environment in India makes it a preferred place for DHL and a priority market for its contract logistics business

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Maneesh Gobin The Accidental PM?

If Jugnauth has to step down since the pressure is immense against him both in the government and in the streets, Gobin could become the accidental PM

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Is Jugnauth’s Security Adviser The Man Who Caused Chaos In S. Lanka?

Jugnauth's security adviser, an old RAW hand, was recalled to India from his posting as RAW’s Colombo station chief in early 2015 at the behest of the Sri Lankan government.

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Activist Urges India To Stop Using Mauritius As A Tool For Spying

"Mauritius is a peaceful nation, peaceful country. India is slowly chipping away into our territorial integrity, taking land from us (a reference to Agalega Island)," she says.

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India’s Worsening Current Account And Portfolio Outflows

Cheap Russian oil and government measures to discourage gold imports are unlikely to change India’s external outlook meaningfully

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Was Huawei’s Network A Target In The Sniffing Of the Internet?

The sources say the spying was not about Huawei alone and it could also involve spying on China's activities in the country and the region.

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Jugnauth Now Has To Face The Indian Axe

Jugnauth is being squeezed from all sides, and the only way he may be able to avoid the Indian axe is to call for an early election to determine his…

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New head for Fortinet in India, SAARC and Southeast Asia

Security Industry Veteran Vishak Raman to head Fortinet’s Business in India, SAARC and Southeast Asia says the company in a media release today

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When myths, archaeology, history and reality diverge: Jins and Aliens

From King Salomon to India and other parts of the world, there are technological wonders built in the dark ages (compared to our enlightened age) that are simply unexplained!

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Why is the Bangladesh market very attractive to Indian exporters?

If this export trend remains constant, then Bangladesh is most likely to be ranked as India's fourth-largest export market

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