While US officials have upped their death count from the Afghan MOAB drop to 94, Indian authorities are claiming that at least 500 Pakistani nationals (who had been protecting the ISIS operatives in this area) were killed in the US bombing in Nangarh
Marc Faber the author of the The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, is of the view that India will outperform US over a 5-10 year period.
The trend of taking death-defying 'killfies' is taking its toll in a Darwinian sense... on India!
China has issued clearcut warnings to the US to cease arms sales to Taiwan.
Come May, India could be facing a catch-22 situation when China prepares to host its first mega One Belt One Road (OBOR) Forum; China's first big push towards consensus building on its ambitious plan, which has the potential to reset global dynamic
India and Russia have failed to make progress on one of their most prestigious defense deals--the co-development and production of the Sukhoi/HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA), known in India as the Perspective Multi-role Fighter (PMF).
India is a much more entrepreneurial society than the United States. That may seem surprising since India is poor and we typically associate entrepreneurship with being rich, but it's clearly true.
A survey conducted by international anti-graft rights group Transparency International revealed India had the dubious distinction of having the highest bribery rate in the Asia Pacific region.
Indian minister to meet the spiritual leader at Tawang monastery, but Beijing insists this will harm Sino-Indian ties and peace in the region
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) achieved a major milestone last night (Feb. 14) with a successful record-setting launch of 104 satellites on a single rocket.
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In recent months, Japan-India cooperation in the maritime commons has been a subject of animated discussion in strategic circles.
The move by India was prompted by fears that Big Pharma foreign donors associated with the Gates Foundation could influence policy making.
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Well, that didn't take long.
India and the United States are working together to track Chinese submarines in the Arabian Sea zone, India's Business Standard newspaper said on Thursday.
A recent headline in Quartz, an otherwise serious media agency, claims that Jammu and Kashmir is the first state in India to "commit to a universal basic income" (UBI).
Air India is set to launch women-only seating to protect female fliers from sexual harassment after a number of women were allegedly groped by male passengers.
Indian Banks Slash Interest Rates...Over 50 days after Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi stunned India's population when he announced on November 8 he would unexpectedly eliminate 86% of the existing currency in circulation...
"We Don't Even Have Enough Money to Buy Food"
It seems that the monetary powers are wrestling with public policy to work out how quickly they can bring millions, or even billions, of people to their knees. A reckoning may soon be coming to other nations as well, and America, too, may see economi
Indian banks are fearful of running out of cash as lines queue up to withdraw money.
(NaturalNews) Is India on its way to becoming an entirely organic nation? Just over two years ago, in September 2014, the Indian Government launched their revolutionary Rastriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (National Agriculture Development Program) as a way
KARACHI: Since coming to power in May 2014, war-mongering Narendra Modi has laid tremendous stress on ramping up defence facilities breaking into the world top-five defence spenders' club.
India continues to stagger from bad to worse followinhg Modi's demonetization.
Two seemingly unrelated stories in the New York Times yesterday serve as potent reminders of the deadly and disastrous consequences of US interventionism in the Middle East. The stories involve Iran and Libya.
Global financial repression picks up steam, led by India. After declaring large denomination notes illegal, India now targets gold.
The purported object behind this step is to get rid of high denomination currency notes that the government believes are hoarded by tax evaders and corrupt government bureaucrats. This might be a little difficult to digest for an economist.
Amid social unrest and loss of faith in the nation's currency, India's economy has ground to a halt with its Composite PMI crashing by a record in the last month as demonetization strikes.
News accounts and analyses on other blogs have usefully described and critically assessed the "demonetization" shock that Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave the Indian economy on November 8.