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ISI planning to intensify terrorist activities in J&K

Pakistan's ISI planning to intensify terrorist activities in J&K by dismantling the economic progress of state. Watch complete news story of State Top 10 for getting detailed updates!

 Next round of RCEP negotiations in April in Australia

Next round of RCEP negotiations in April in Australia

Besides liberalisation of the services sector, the other issues, which may come up in the talks include matters related to goods tariffs.

PM Modi's visit to Malaysia, Singapore to focus on economic, security cooperation

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting Malaysia and Singapore from November 21, 2015 to November 24, 2015.

Of economic inequality and homelessness

take a look at what the IANS bookshelf has to offer this week.

Canada, India to continue talks on economic, financial sector policy

Tim Sargent, Associate Deputy Minister of Finance, Canada, will be visiting India this week, to take part in the India-Canada Economic and Financial Sector Policy Dialogue. Sargent will lead the Canadian delegation to the dialogue, which will be held on February 13 in New Delhi.

PM Modi's journey from tea shop to 7, RCR extraordinary: Kerry

Lauding Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday said it has been an extraordinary journey of "a young man who sold tea right by the rail road here in Gujarat to the PM's residence on the Race Course Road (in New Delhi)".

PM Modi talks counter-terror cooperation with US, Canada leaders

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday discussed counter-terror cooperation, among other issues such as greater economic ties, with senior leaders of the US and Canada visiting India for the Vibrant Gujarat Summit here.

Egypt swears in new government to tackle economic woes

Egypt`s Prime Minister Ibrahim Mehleb was sworn in on Tuesday at the head of a new government that retained key economic and security ministers but created a new investment post to attract funds to an economy racked by years of political turmoil.

Montek rules out approaching IMF over economic woes

Hit by a currency crisis and poor growth, India on Saturday ruled out approaching the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for assistance, saying the economic situation has not reached a point where outside help is warranted.

China sacks top economic official over corruption charges

A former top economic official in China has been expelled from the Communist Party and removed from public office over charges of corruption and bribery.

UAE-Libya discuss bilateral relations

The meeting discussed economic, trade and investment agreements already signed by the two countries as well as those under consideration.

16 economic legislations in coming Parl session

The bills are considered important for the next gen reforms and the government has been making requests
to the Parl panel to complete the work.

India, China to resume military exchanges

The decision was taken at a meeting between PM Manmohan Singh and Prez Hu
Jintao.

China to retain advantage despite India`s demographic rise

China would retain its economic advantage against India in the next two decades despite decline in population and the labour force, a top Chinese analyst has said.

Gilani identifies areas for cooperation with US

Premier Yousuf Raza Gilani on Saturday identified strengthening the capacity of law enforcement agencies and fast tracking of economic and military aid.

No monetary tightening seen for now: Finmin advisor

India is not expected to announce any monetary tightening measures for now, the finance ministry`s chief economic advisor Kaushik Basu said on Monday.

WPI inflation likely to be over 7.5 pc by end-FY 10: D&B

"Wholesale Price Index (WPI) inflation will average between 6.40-6.60 per cent during December 09," Dun & Bradstreet`s economy forecast said here on Tuesday.

China`s rise as economic power most-read news of decade

The rise of China as an economic superpower was the most read news story of the past decade, surpassing the Iraq War and the 9/11 attacks.

Japan unveils $81 billion economic stimulus

Japan Tuesday unveiled a fresh stimulus package worth 7.2 trillion yen ($81 billion) Tuesday to spur the world`s second-largest economy facing deflation and a rising yen.