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International Monetary Fund , Rudiger Dornbusch , Mr Werner , Alejandro Werner , Mexico India could soon be heading for a grave economic crisis L eo Tolstoy said in Anna Karenina that "... every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way". Yet, the
The die is not yet cast for sharp interest rate cuts to revive an economy that will grow below potential for the third year in a row since future revisions in the price of coal, power and diesel could outweigh softening global commodity prices,
India's 10 biggest malls Next I ndia is a hotspot for shopping. Making shopping an enjoyable experience are its swanky malls with global and Indian fashion stores, super markets, restaurants, movie theatres and entertainment zones.
The study, 'Petroleum Product Pricing and Complementary Policies -- Experience of 65 Developing Countries Since 2009', found that the lowest prices were found in Venezuela and Egypt, closely followed by Iran and Iraq for gasoline and diesel,
Playboy's first India club rejected in Goa Sherlyn Chopra recently became the first Indian to pose naked for Playboy Authorities in India have rejected a plan by the adult entertainment company Playboy to open its first club in the country, in Goa.
India falls in global Internet freedom rank Next I n its report on the state of Internet, Freedom House, an organisation that conducts research and advocacy on democracy, political freedom and human rights, India has fallen six positions among
An aerial view shows vehicles travelling on intersections at night in downtown Shanghai, China...Image: A full moon rises behind the Empire State Building in New York as a man watches along the Hudson River in Hoboken, New Jersey, United States.
The urban population in developing countries is expected to double to four billion people by 2030, from two billion at the start of the century, according to a recent World Bank report on urban planning. The physical space of these cities is likely
Patents The Canadian Press Video U.S. business Baird travels to Iraq in unannounced visit Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird arrived in Baghdad today as part of an effort to seek a diplomatic re-connection with Iraq after ties dwindled over
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