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Top economist Jagdish Bhagwati eyes role in Modi government - Reuters India

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Top economist Jagdish Bhagwati eyes role in Modi government
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Bhagwati urged the next government to position India as a trading power, seeking to enter, on its own terms, regional pacts such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership being negotiated between the United States and East Asian nations. He also expected Modi ...
Caste, religious equations may cloud Modi wave in Lucknowgulfnews.com
Modi blogs to reach out to Varanasi, mentions Ganga and BismillahIndian Express

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India's new brooms - Financial Times

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India's new brooms
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His campaign message has succeeded in blunting criticism over the bloody riots in his home state that led to the deaths of hundreds of Muslims in 2002, shortly after he took power. Polls predict that he will emerge as prime minister once the votes are ...
Heavy turnout in 6th phase adds to saffron excitementmydigitalfc.com
Lok Sabha Polls 2014: Kashmir votes in shadow of violenceEconomic Times
Women, Energy Access, and India's ElectionsHuffington Post (blog)
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Rising power tariffs result of populist measures: Saurav Jha - Zee News

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Rising power tariffs result of populist measures: Saurav Jha
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Truth be told there are deep structural issues plaguing the electricity sector in India that are difficult to address and any remedy will require both the political capital to balance competing interests as well as the will to facilitate steady ...

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India's new brooms - Financial Times

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India's new brooms
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His campaign message has succeeded in blunting criticism over the bloody riots in his home state that led to the deaths of hundreds of Muslims in 2002, shortly after he took power. Polls predict that he will emerge as prime minister once the votes are ...
Heavy turnout in 6th phase adds to saffron excitementmydigitalfc.com
Lok Sabha Polls 2014: Kashmir votes in shadow of violenceEconomic Times
Women, Energy Access, and India's ElectionsHuffington Post (blog)
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Caste, religious equations may cloud Modi wave in Lucknow - gulfnews.com

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Caste, religious equations may cloud Modi wave in Lucknow
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Jafri said his party will oppose full-scale FDI in the insurance sector, an issue close to the heart of workers' unions. Addressing the employees during lunch time, he sought to counter the image of him being an outsider saying: “I am an Indian and I ...
FACTBOX-Key pending reforms facing India's next governmentGlobalPost

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Distribution of rainfall more important than output: Chief statistician - Indian Express

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Distribution of rainfall more important than output: Chief statistician
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In FY14, economic growth is pegged at 4.9 per cent, with farm sector estimated to clock a growth of 4.6 per cent on the back of a normal monsoon and bumper harvest. However, the IMD on ... “Farmers typically benefit from a slightly bad crop that ...
Met expects monsoon to be sub-normal this yearBusiness Standard

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Met expects monsoon to be sub-normal this year - Business Standard

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Met expects monsoon to be sub-normal this year
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CARE Ratings Chief Economist Madan Sabnavis said a slightly below-normal monsoon in 2014 was definitely negative for the overall agriculture sector, as well as the Indian economy. “This will also mean government might have to increase the minimum ...
Distribution of rainfall more important than output: Chief statisticianIndian Express

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Met expects monsoon to be sub-normal this year - Business Standard

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Met expects monsoon to be sub-normal this year
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CARE Ratings Chief Economist Madan Sabnavis said a slightly below-normal monsoon in 2014 was definitely negative for the overall agriculture sector, as well as the Indian economy. “This will also mean government might have to increase the minimum ...

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Key pending economic reforms facing next government - Times of India

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Key pending economic reforms facing next government
Times of India
Reforming coal mining would help contain India's trade deficit and aid the stretched power sector. Despite its vast coal reserves, India has to import the fuel as mining is hobbled by corruption and legal battles. The new government could lease coal ...
Crunch time looms for India's IG ratingFinanceAsia

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FACTBOX-Key pending reforms facing India's next government - GlobalPost

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FACTBOX-Key pending reforms facing India's next government
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Reforming coal mining would help contain India's trade deficit and aid the stretched power sector. Despite its vast coal reserves, India has to import the fuel as mining is hobbled by corruption and legal battles. The new government could lease coal ...

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CERC issues power trading license to Parshavnath Power - Business Standard

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CERC issues power trading license to Parshavnath Power
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Parshavnath Power Projects is a wholly owned subsidiary of Parshavnath Power, which has a presence in power generation (thermal, hydro, solar and wind), transmission and distribution. Meanwhile, the CERC withdrew permission to the National Power ...

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Key pending reforms facing next government - Times of India

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Key pending reforms facing next government
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Reforming coal mining would help contain India's trade deficit and aid the stretched power sector. Despite its vast coal reserves, India has to import the fuel as mining is hobbled by corruption and legal battles. The new government could lease coal ...
Crunch time looms for India's IG ratingFinanceAsia

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Understanding The Indian Election - And The Stocks To Buy To Benefit From It - Forbes

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Understanding The Indian Election - And The Stocks To Buy To Benefit From It
Forbes
Banks will benefit if there is a renewed focus on infrastructure and power sector reform. Banks have been performing well for a few weeks now in India, but Nomura says most of them still look inexpensive and are trading below five-year mean one-year ...

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Factbox - Key pending reforms facing India's next government - The Star Online

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Factbox - Key pending reforms facing India's next government
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Reforming coal mining would help contain India's trade deficit and aid the stretched power sector. Despite its vast coal reserves, India has to import the fuel as mining is hobbled by corruption and legal battles. The new government could lease coal ...
Crunch time looms for India's IG ratingFinanceAsia

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FACTBOX-Key pending reforms facing India's next government - Yahoo News

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FACTBOX-Key pending reforms facing India's next government
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Reforming coal mining would help contain India's trade deficit and aid the stretched power sector. Despite its vast coal reserves, India has to import the fuel as mining is hobbled by corruption and legal battles. The new government could lease coal ...

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Key pending reforms facing India's next government - Reuters

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Key pending reforms facing India's next government
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Reforming coal mining would help contain India's trade deficit and aid the stretched power sector. Despite its vast coal reserves, India has to import the fuel as mining is hobbled by corruption and legal battles. The new government could lease coal ...
Crunch time looms for India's IG ratingFinanceAsia

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Lok Sabha Polls 2014: Kashmir votes in shadow of violence - Economic Times

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Lok Sabha Polls 2014: Kashmir votes in shadow of violence
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The polls are being staggered in a bid to ensure the safety of the 814-million-strong electorate with results due on May 16 when the opposition Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is forecast to take power. The first of three constituencies ...
Modi blogs to reach out to Varanasi, mentions Ganga and BismillahIndian Express
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Pharma units in Karnataka to be impacted by KERC move to hike power tariff - pharmabiz.com

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Pharma units in Karnataka to be impacted by KERC move to hike power tariff
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... Limited has 34 dams and 24 power stations with installed capacity of KPCL is 5975.91 MW. According to a Union government report, India's power generation capacity has doubled to 2,34,600 in 2013-14 MW, compared to was 1,12,700 MW in 2003-04.

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Crunch time looms for India's IG rating - FinanceAsia

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Crunch time looms for India's IG rating
FinanceAsia
At the same time, more specific and directed policy actions in key sectors like infrastructure, power, metals and mining, and petroleum (oil and gas) can have a high impact on companies in these industries. The cost of inaction could be significant as ...

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