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'Iain Marlow Bloomberg' - 45 News Result(s)

  • Foreign Media On Whether Hollande Claims Can Dent PM Modi's Reputation

    Foreign Media On Whether Hollande Claims Can Dent PM Modi's Reputation

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi is facing allegations his administration acted improperly on a multi-billion dollar warplane contract with France, keeping alive a controversial issue that could dent the ruling party's reputation as it heads to elections next year.

  • Section 377 Was Being Used As "Weapon Of Discrimination": Chief Justice

    Section 377 Was Being Used As "Weapon Of Discrimination": Chief Justice

    India's top court has legalized gay sex in the world's second-most populous country in a landmark decision that partially struck down a 158-year-old colonial-era law. After a decades-long legal battle, a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India has diluted Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, which was first enacted in 1860 and ranks gay sex...

  • India's Diplomat Shortage Leaves It Far Behind Asian Rival China: Report

    India's Diplomat Shortage Leaves It Far Behind Asian Rival China: Report

    U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Pentagon chief Jim Mattis are heading to New Delhi next week for an inaugural set of high-level meetings -- one more sign the West wants to deepen cooperation with India as a hedge against China.

  • India And China's New Cosiness Won't Last Long: Foreign Media

    India And China's New Cosiness Won't Last Long: Foreign Media

    President Donald Trump's moves to protect U.S. trade interests are creating unusual bedfellows in Asia. India and China, longstanding economic and strategic rivals, are seeing a thaw in relations less than a year after the most serious border flare-up since a war in 1962 threatened ties between the two Asian giants.

  • Next Informal Summit In India In 2019, Xi Jinping Accepts PM's Invite

    Next Informal Summit In India In 2019, Xi Jinping Accepts PM's Invite

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping committed to continue improving ties between Asia's most populous countries in a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of a summit in China. The meeting came weeks after a high-profile "informal summit" between the two leaders in Wuhan.

  • Opinion: PM Modi Navigating Carefully Between Mighty China, Unreliable US

    Opinion: PM Modi Navigating Carefully Between Mighty China, Unreliable US

    US Defense Secretary James Mattis described India as the "fulcrum'' of security in the Indo-Pacific region as he traveled this week to an annual security conference in Singapore, attended for the first time by an Indian leader.

  • Centre Wants "Mass Surveillance Tool", Overreach Possible, Warn Analysts

    Centre Wants "Mass Surveillance Tool", Overreach Possible, Warn Analysts

    The government is looking for a company to analyze social media posts to help boost nationalism and neutralize any "media blitzkrieg by India's adversaries."

  • Karnataka Win Gives BJP Momentum For 2019: Foreign Media

    Karnataka Win Gives BJP Momentum For 2019: Foreign Media

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party is set to wrest power from the Congress party in the southern state of Karnataka, a win that will give his ruling party momentum going into the 2019 general election.

  • India Is Part Of This Club Of 5, Along With US And China

    India Is Part Of This Club Of 5, Along With US And China

    India has joined the US and China as one of the world's five biggest military spenders, reflecting geopolitical tensions as well as the country's reliance on imported weapons and sprawling personnel costs.

  • Inside China's $1 Billion Port Where Ships Don't Want to Stop

    Inside China's $1 Billion Port Where Ships Don't Want to Stop

    Each year roughly 60,000 ships vital to the global economy sail through the Indian Ocean past a Chinese-operated port on the southern tip of Sri Lanka. Almost none of them stop to unload cargo.

  • Delhi Debacle Haunts Justin Trudeau At Home: Foreign Media

    Delhi Debacle Haunts Justin Trudeau At Home: Foreign Media

    Justin Trudeau's latest trip abroad was unraveling even before an attempted murderer entered the fray. The appearance of Sikh separatist Jaspal Atwal at a Trudeau reception in Mumbai was the nadir.

  • Ring The Doorbell And Run: How Nuclear Rivals Harass Each Other

    Ring The Doorbell And Run: How Nuclear Rivals Harass Each Other

    In some ways, the recent diplomatic standoff between India and Pakistan sounds like an acrimonious neighborhood dispute. Indian diplomats in Islamabad are used to having doorbells rung in the middle of the night and being trailed by Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence spy agency, said Vishnu Prakash, a retired diplomat who served as the politica...

  • Maldives Is Latest Flashpoint In India Vs China Rivalry: Foreign Media

    Maldives Is Latest Flashpoint In India Vs China Rivalry: Foreign Media

    A power struggle in the Maldives, a tiny Indian Ocean nation known for scenic luxury resorts and crystal-clear blue water, is taking center stage in a wider battle for regional influence between India and China.

  • Budget 2018: Healthcare Winner, Losers Could Include Apple

    Budget 2018: Healthcare Winner, Losers Could Include Apple

    With national polls looming next year -- and possibly as early as late 2018 -- Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has rolled out a budget designed to help distressed farmers and rural areas while boosting growth, jobs and private investment.

  • India's $250-Billion Military Upgrade Plan Is Sputtering: Foreign Media

    India's $250-Billion Military Upgrade Plan Is Sputtering: Foreign Media

    India celebrated its Republic Day by parading troops and locally made weapons in front of New Delhi's colonial-era sandstone buildings and past 10 Southeast Asian heads of state -- all potential buyers.

'Iain Marlow Bloomberg' - 45 News Result(s)

  • Foreign Media On Whether Hollande Claims Can Dent PM Modi's Reputation

    Foreign Media On Whether Hollande Claims Can Dent PM Modi's Reputation

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi is facing allegations his administration acted improperly on a multi-billion dollar warplane contract with France, keeping alive a controversial issue that could dent the ruling party's reputation as it heads to elections next year.

  • Section 377 Was Being Used As "Weapon Of Discrimination": Chief Justice

    Section 377 Was Being Used As "Weapon Of Discrimination": Chief Justice

    India's top court has legalized gay sex in the world's second-most populous country in a landmark decision that partially struck down a 158-year-old colonial-era law. After a decades-long legal battle, a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India has diluted Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, which was first enacted in 1860 and ranks gay sex...

  • India's Diplomat Shortage Leaves It Far Behind Asian Rival China: Report

    India's Diplomat Shortage Leaves It Far Behind Asian Rival China: Report

    U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Pentagon chief Jim Mattis are heading to New Delhi next week for an inaugural set of high-level meetings -- one more sign the West wants to deepen cooperation with India as a hedge against China.

  • India And China's New Cosiness Won't Last Long: Foreign Media

    India And China's New Cosiness Won't Last Long: Foreign Media

    President Donald Trump's moves to protect U.S. trade interests are creating unusual bedfellows in Asia. India and China, longstanding economic and strategic rivals, are seeing a thaw in relations less than a year after the most serious border flare-up since a war in 1962 threatened ties between the two Asian giants.

  • Next Informal Summit In India In 2019, Xi Jinping Accepts PM's Invite

    Next Informal Summit In India In 2019, Xi Jinping Accepts PM's Invite

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping committed to continue improving ties between Asia's most populous countries in a bilateral meeting on the sidelines of a summit in China. The meeting came weeks after a high-profile "informal summit" between the two leaders in Wuhan.

  • Opinion: PM Modi Navigating Carefully Between Mighty China, Unreliable US

    Opinion: PM Modi Navigating Carefully Between Mighty China, Unreliable US

    US Defense Secretary James Mattis described India as the "fulcrum'' of security in the Indo-Pacific region as he traveled this week to an annual security conference in Singapore, attended for the first time by an Indian leader.

  • Centre Wants "Mass Surveillance Tool", Overreach Possible, Warn Analysts

    Centre Wants "Mass Surveillance Tool", Overreach Possible, Warn Analysts

    The government is looking for a company to analyze social media posts to help boost nationalism and neutralize any "media blitzkrieg by India's adversaries."

  • Karnataka Win Gives BJP Momentum For 2019: Foreign Media

    Karnataka Win Gives BJP Momentum For 2019: Foreign Media

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party is set to wrest power from the Congress party in the southern state of Karnataka, a win that will give his ruling party momentum going into the 2019 general election.

  • India Is Part Of This Club Of 5, Along With US And China

    India Is Part Of This Club Of 5, Along With US And China

    India has joined the US and China as one of the world's five biggest military spenders, reflecting geopolitical tensions as well as the country's reliance on imported weapons and sprawling personnel costs.

  • Inside China's $1 Billion Port Where Ships Don't Want to Stop

    Inside China's $1 Billion Port Where Ships Don't Want to Stop

    Each year roughly 60,000 ships vital to the global economy sail through the Indian Ocean past a Chinese-operated port on the southern tip of Sri Lanka. Almost none of them stop to unload cargo.

  • Delhi Debacle Haunts Justin Trudeau At Home: Foreign Media

    Delhi Debacle Haunts Justin Trudeau At Home: Foreign Media

    Justin Trudeau's latest trip abroad was unraveling even before an attempted murderer entered the fray. The appearance of Sikh separatist Jaspal Atwal at a Trudeau reception in Mumbai was the nadir.

  • Ring The Doorbell And Run: How Nuclear Rivals Harass Each Other

    Ring The Doorbell And Run: How Nuclear Rivals Harass Each Other

    In some ways, the recent diplomatic standoff between India and Pakistan sounds like an acrimonious neighborhood dispute. Indian diplomats in Islamabad are used to having doorbells rung in the middle of the night and being trailed by Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence spy agency, said Vishnu Prakash, a retired diplomat who served as the politica...

  • Maldives Is Latest Flashpoint In India Vs China Rivalry: Foreign Media

    Maldives Is Latest Flashpoint In India Vs China Rivalry: Foreign Media

    A power struggle in the Maldives, a tiny Indian Ocean nation known for scenic luxury resorts and crystal-clear blue water, is taking center stage in a wider battle for regional influence between India and China.

  • Budget 2018: Healthcare Winner, Losers Could Include Apple

    Budget 2018: Healthcare Winner, Losers Could Include Apple

    With national polls looming next year -- and possibly as early as late 2018 -- Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has rolled out a budget designed to help distressed farmers and rural areas while boosting growth, jobs and private investment.

  • India's $250-Billion Military Upgrade Plan Is Sputtering: Foreign Media

    India's $250-Billion Military Upgrade Plan Is Sputtering: Foreign Media

    India celebrated its Republic Day by parading troops and locally made weapons in front of New Delhi's colonial-era sandstone buildings and past 10 Southeast Asian heads of state -- all potential buyers.

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