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Rights group supports Australian in Thailand

18-Apr-2015 Intellasia | The Australian | 10:15 AM

The New York­based rights group, Human Rights Watch, is calling for the Thai government to drop charges of criminal defamation against Australian journalist, Alan Morison. [...]
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India’s Tata Consultancy accused in US lawsuit of South Asian bias

18-Apr-2015 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

Tata Consultancy Services Ltd has been sued by a white American information technology worker who accused India’s largest software services exporter of overwhelming [...]
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‘Fear and greed’ drive Australia’s China policy, Tony Abbott tells Angela Merkel

18-Apr-2015 Intellasia | SMH | 6:00 AM

Tony Abbott has admitted at the highest international level that Australia’s policies towards China are driven by two emotions: “fear and greed”. The prime [...]
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Modi, Harper visit Toronto memorial to Air India terror attack

18-Apr-2015 Intellasia | The Star | 6:00 AM

Amid tight security, the two leaders placed wreaths and met briefly with families of some of those who died when a bomb exploded aboard the plane off the Irish coast in June [...]
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Canada to sell uranium to India

18-Apr-2015 Intellasia | BBC | 6:00 AM

India’s rapid economic expansion has resulted in a surge in demand for energy Canada has announced that it will supply uranium to India, boosting India’s plan to [...]
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Facebook’s effort hits India hurdle

18-Apr-2015 Intellasia | FT | 6:00 AM

A series of Indian media and technology groups have walked away from, the Facebook-backed initiative to help more people in the developing world get online, in a [...]
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India Inc. Is Still Ailing as Modi Nears One-Year Anniversary

18-Apr-2015 Intellasia | WSJ | 6:00 AM

It has been close to one year since Narendra Modi became India’s prime minister and companies here are still waiting for the so-called “Modi magic” to boost [...]
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India’s steel demand seen growing as Modi seeks faster investment

18-Apr-2015 Intellasia | Bloomberg | 6:00 AM

India’s demand for steel, an economic growth indicator in Asia’s third-largest economy, is expected to rise at the fastest pace in four years, benefiting top [...]
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Fighter Jet Makers Eye India After French Deal

18-Apr-2015 Intellasia | NDTV | 6:00 AM

Foreign fighter jet makers see a multi billion dollar opportunity in India’s decision to scale back purchases of high-end aircraft from France, which may free up cash [...]
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Australia chases India trade deal as China slows, iron ore tumbles

18-Apr-2015 Intellasia | Reuters | 6:00 AM

Slowing growth in top trade partner China and plunging prices for iron ore and coal are adding impetus to Australian efforts to secure a free trade deal with India by the end [...]
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French firm Thales eyeing Rs 3,300 crore smart city market in India

18-Apr-2015 Intellasia | Economic Times | 6:00 AM

Bolstered by the success of the Rafale deal, French firm Thales, which is a major partner in the fighter aircraft project, has said the sentiment is positive in France on [...]
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India’s Rahul Gandhi return sparks media frenzy

18-Apr-2015 Intellasia | AFP | 6:00 AM

India’s excitable news channels went into overdrive on Thursday on news beleaguered opposition leader Rahul Gandhi had returned from a two-month break from politics [...]
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Burma hires lobbyists ahead of key elections

18-Apr-2015 Intellasia | The Hill | 6:00 AM

The government of Myanmar has hired lobbyists in Washington for the first time in more than a decade, signing a contract worth $840,000 with the Podesta Group. Myanmar, also [...]
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Burma government forces seize 3 Kokang strategic hilltops in April

18-Apr-2015 Intellasia | Xinhua | 6:00 AM

Myanmar’s government forces have seized three strategic hilltops from the Kokang ethnic army in a series of fierce fighting since April 5 using heavy weapons, the [...]
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India to tighten vigil along Burma border

18-Apr-2015 Intellasia | Nagaland Post | 6:00 AM

India would strengthen vigil along its border with Myanmar to check drugs and arms smuggling besides movement of inimical elements, including militants, officials said on [...]
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