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Crop colonies for specific crops based on agro-climatic regions can make the sector look up
A questionable victory and a restless opposition may put Turkey in turmoil and impede the fight against ISIS
The India-Bangladesh alliance could well turn into a strong force in the region and become a force to watch out for
The triggering of Brexit may be the beginning of the end of international cooperation
India’s biggest bank SBI gets bigger and breaks into the top 50 banks in the world
Since India may not succeed in stopping the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, it needs to take the right call
ISIS, perhaps the deadliest militant group in the world, is on the backfoot, and the world now needs to get its act right.
China can help this country, which has been a rogue nation for far too long, join the mainstream
There is no time to lose as starvation is wreaking havoc and a disaster is unfolding in world’s newest country South Sudan.
While we doff our hats to Isro’s amazing feat, we now need to go for the big bucks in the heavy satellites market
Indian cricket’s great opportunity to find a fine balance between autonomy and accountability is here and it must not be lost
Instead of analysing the executive order on the basis of who issued it, here’s a look at why it was issued and why seven countries were singled out
The deep pain and alienation of Kashmiri Pandits need to be addressed for reconciliation and return of Kashmiriyat
With Trump taking over and China making its intentions clear, South China Sea could become a serious global flashpoint
The borrowed funds need to be used for productive purposes so as to contribute to higher growth
When Telangana, the infant State, riding solely on its showpiece Hyderabad, scored a lowly ranking 13 in the Ease of Doing Business in 2015, the stakeholders were in a sombre mood.
Bridging the divide among the three major communities needs to be first step to address alienation in Manipur.
The colossal human tragedy has stained the world’s conscience and tainted the legacy of Barack Obama, much like Rwanda tarnished Bill Clinton’s.
If the US President-elect keeps his word, the Trans-Pacific Partnership’s promise of the world’s biggest market will simply vanish.
A joint approach on issues of international concern and strengthening bilateral relations were the big takeaways