Narendra Modi

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Why Mukesh Ambani’s JioPages is perfectly timed

“There couldn’t have been a more opportune time to launch a made-in-India browser.”

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Why Indian Americans—the wealthiest and most educated of US immigrants—form a key voter base

The way Biden and Trump see and deal with China could impact India’s bargaining powers in the US.

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Neither Kamala Harris nor the Modi-Trump bonhomie holds much sway over the Indian-American vote

Traditionally voters of the Democratic camp, the prevalent narrative is that a blossoming camaraderie between Trump and Narendra Modi would lead to a widespread defection of Indian Americans towards the Republican party.

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What’s at stake for India in the US presidential election?

“Trump and Biden don’t agree on much at all, so their shared view on India is striking—but then again, policy toward India is one of the few foreign policy issues that enjoys bipartisan backing in Washington.”

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India’s PM Modi Latest Victim Of Twitter Cryptocurrency Hack

Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR) disclosed Thursday that the account of Indian Prime Minister Nardendra Modi’s personal website on the social media platform was hacked, and tweets pertaining to cryptocurrency donations were sent out, Reuters read more

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Allegations of favouritism in India couldn’t have come at a worse time for Facebook

The last thing the company would want is increased scrutiny in its largest market.

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Not everyone in India is going without a salary hike in 2020

Still well in demand.

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India’s online shopping festivals show its anti-China sentiment is more talk than action

An Indian smartphone ecosystem without Chinese brands is almost unforeseeable at this point in time.

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India must convince the world that its Chinese app ban is not knee-jerk policymaking

People invest for the long term, and want predictability, transparency, and a level playing field.

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