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MMRCA: a do or die contract for Dassault's military business

Sunday 12 May '13

France cuts Rafale purchase, no export customer yet for the Rs. 1390cr aircraft
China incursion on Salman Khurshid agenda in Beijing, but trade on top

Wednesday 8 May '13

Among other issues to be raised includes Indian concerns over exports of drugs facing trade barriers in China.
EAM to review 'the India connect' in the ongoing expansion of Panama Canal

Monday 22 April '13

This would be Khurshid’s second visit to the region after he assumed office in last November.
Costa Rica comes knocking on India's door for seeking support for her intention to head World Trade Organisation

Saturday 6 April '13

The first ever candidate from Central Amercan country Costa Rica comes knocking on India's door for seeking support for her intention to head World Trade Organisation (WTO).
India is holding talks with Saudi Arabia over the kingdom's new work policy Nitaqat

Thursday 4 April '13

A study conducted by Saudi Central Department of Statistics and Information fixed unemployment rate in their country last year at 12.2%.
India-Libya trade better than before

Sunday 31 March '13

India has conveyed its readiness to extend all possible assistance to Libya in its political transition and reconstruction and offered humanitarian assistance to the tune of $2 million.
Water wars: India needs an effective hydro-diplomacy

Saturday 30 March '13

India is facing a serious water resource problem and expected to become 'water stressed' by 2025.
BRICS CABLE maynot be approved this summit

Sunday 24 March '13

No concrete decision is expected for the building of the undersea broadband cable that would link Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa...
Peru may emerge as IIFA's next frontier

Sunday 24 March '13

A number of destinations have played host to this event including London, Yorkshire, Johannesburg, Dubai, Amsterdam, Singapore, Bangkok, Colombo and Macau.
External affairs minister Salman Khurshid will be visiting Japan next week.

Saturday 23 March '13

During his first two day visit to Tokya from March 26, as a guest of his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida...
Brazil's trade relations with India have witnessed a ten-fold increase in the last decade

Saturday 23 March '13

Brazil's trade relations with India have witnessed a ten-fold increase in the last decade and expected to reach $ 15 billion
Energy puts Africa on front burner for India

Tuesday 19 March '13

The significance of ties between India and Africa has been gaining greater strategic prominence.
WTO Director-General election all set for a tough battle

Tuesday 19 March '13

There are some interesting angles to the latest battle for leadership of World Trade Organisation.
Largest ever India-Africa Conclave in New Delhi

Friday 15 March '13

India is Africa's fourth-largest trading partner and a significant investor across the continent.
Egypt looks at much deeper engagement with India

Friday 15 March '13

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi is visiting India from March 18 to 21.
Barefoot College lights up Latin America and Africa

Sunday 10 March '13

Government's unique initiative is helping women from as far as Latin America and Africa to light up their lives and homes and of many others.
BRICS: Strengthening ties among business communities of member countries

Friday 8 March '13

The first BRICS summit on the African soil promises to bring about ground-breaking initiatives.
Defence ministry's 12th five year plans contines to wait for clearance by MoF

Friday 8 March '13

Defence ministry is still awaiting approval by Ministry of Finance and Cabinet Committee on Security.
Czech firms to establish new ties with Indian companies

Thursday 7 March '13

A powerful business delegation of 80 prominent Czech companies will be visiting India next week.
Trade between India and Latin America likely to double: Govt

Wednesday 6 March '13

'Indian companies have so far invested $16 billion in Latin America.'


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