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British Airways Ad About India Takes Off Online

blogs.wsj.com — A video produced by British Airways to promote the airline's routes between the U.K. and India has taken off online. The advert tells the story of a flight attendant making her first trip to India and falling in love with the country after an elderly woman befriends her on the flight and invites her home.
Feb 04, 2016

British Airways Ad About India Takes Off Online on.wsj.com/1mfHNgT via @WSJIndia

This Indian Hotel Is No. 1 in the World Say TripAdvisor Users - Take a Look Around

blogs.wsj.com — A hotel in Jodhpur, the Indian city in Rajasthan known for its chalky-blue buildings, has won the traveler's choice award for 2015 from TripAdvisor, a customer review website. Umaid Bhawan Palace, an imposing, art-deco inspired structure built between 1928 and 1943, is still in part the main home to the maharaja of Jodhpur and his family.
Jan 21, 2016

This Indian Hotel Is No. 1 in the World Say TripAdvisor Users – Take a Look Around on.wsj.com/1lxWbkd via @WSJIndia

Jan 21, 2016

RT @WSJ: This Indian hotel is No. 1 in the world according to TripAdvisor users – take a look around on.wsj.com/23gDeog

Jan 21, 2016

Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, Rahasthan: This Indian Hotel Is No. 1 in the World Say @TripAdvisor Users on.wsj.com/1lxWbkd @jhsugden

Jan 27, 2016

This Indian Hotel Is No. 1 in the World Say TripAdvisor Users – Take a Look Around lnkd.in/eV6eAvU

Lots of Sports Cars In India, Nowhere to Drive 'Em

How to Own a Supercar in a Super Poor Country

blogs.wsj.com — KOLKATA-When Indian property developer Parveen Agarwal bought a papaya-orange Lamborghini Gallardo, it came with the works-550-horsepower engine, high-performance brakes and an electronically controlled rear spoiler. The only thing missing: a place to drive it. "These kinds of cars are supposed to be driven on open roads," said 33-year-old Mr. Agarwal, who bought the car in 2014.

India’s Superrich Have Supercars, but Nowhere to Drive Them

wsj.com — KOLKATA-When Indian property developer Parveen Agarwal bought a papaya-orange Lamborghini Gallardo, it came with the works-550-horsepower engine, high-performance brakes and an electronically controlled rear spoiler. The only thing missing: a place to drive it. "These kinds of cars are supposed to be driven on open roads," said 33-year-old Mr. Agarwal, who bought the car in 2014.
Jan 18, 2016

In India, some people buy Ferraris and Lamborghinis only "to park in the driveway to impress guests at parties." wsj.com/articles/india…

Jan 18, 2016

If you own a Lamborghini in crowded Kolkata, where can you drive it? Great @jhsugden story: on.wsj.com/1RPXGJ0 pic.twitter.com/eBWjeGVZjG

Jan 18, 2016

RT @newley: If you own a Lamborghini in crowded Kolkata, where can you drive it? Great @jhsugden story: on.wsj.com/1RPXGJ0 pic.twitter.com/eBWjeGVZjG

Jan 18, 2016

RT @WSJworld: India's Superrich Have Supercars, but Nowhere to Drive Them on.wsj.com/1WoWg7f

Jan 18, 2016

RT @Kubota_Yoko: India’s superrich have Lamborghinis & Ferraris. What they lack: open roads without rickshaws and livestock https://t.co/xz…

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H1-B Fees Increase: the Details

blogs.wsj.com — Doing business just became more expensive for larger companies wanting to employ skilled workers in the U.S. on H-1B visas, the permit used by Indian outsourcers to send software engineers to America. A new U.S. law passed in December raises the cost of applying for the visas, and this week, U.S.

Dozens of Whales Die After Becoming Stranded on Indian Beach

blogs.wsj.com — Dozens of whales died after becoming stranded on a beach in south east India on Monday evening and efforts to rescue them failed, according to an official in the fisheries department of Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu.

India Leads World Bank Forecast for Growth

blogs.wsj.com — New forecasts from the World Bank show India will be a bright spot amid a gloomy outlook for developing countries in the next two years. Stretching the weather metaphor further, the bank says that India is "well positioned to withstand near-term headwinds and volatility in global financial markets" compared with other major emerging economies and predicts it will grow at 7.9% by 2018.
Jan 08, 2016

India Leads World Bank Growth Forecast Amid Global Economic Heavy Weather on.wsj.com/1OOxFsK via @WSJIndia

Can Countries Sleep Their Way to the Top?

blogs.wsj.com — Can countries sleep their way to the top? Data on the amount of shut-eye citizens get on average suggest that the nations with the highest pillow time also have among the most-vigorous growth rates. People in India, for example, get more than 520 minutes (more than eight-and-a-half hours) in bed each day and the Chinese get even more sleeping time, 544 minutes, on average.
Jan 07, 2016

Can Countries Sleep Their Way to the Top? blogs.wsj.com/indiarealtime/… Ha! Cheeky headline for insightful piece on link between sleep and GDP

Jan 07, 2016

South Africans sleep more than anyone else in the world. 9.5 hours a day apparently. Am not convinced about that. blogs.wsj.com/indiarealtime/…

Jan 08, 2016

RT @amalhotra2: Can Countries Sleep Their Way to the Top? on.wsj.com/1Uy59JX via @WSJIndia

Pathankot Attack: What Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif Said to Each Other

blogs.wsj.com — Pakistan's prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, called his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, on Tuesday to discuss a terror attack on an Indian air base by militants New Delhi suspects were Pakistani. A statement published by India's state-run Press Information Bureau said Mr. Sharif assured Mr. Modi that "his government would take prompt and decisive action against the terrorists."
Jan 06, 2016

Pathankot Attack: What Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif Said to Each Other on.wsj.com/1O4QtAh via @WSJIndia

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Feb 04, 2016

RT @newley: So many kids in US watching EPL for first time, falling in love with Leicester, & embarking on lifetime of misery. https://t.co…

Feb 02, 2016

RT @paulwsj: What very unfortunate timing: Tata Scratches Zica Car Name, Citing Zika Virus wsj.com/articles/tata-…

Jan 31, 2016

RT @trudyharry: 'Farewell to South Asia: boisterous, sometimes brutal, always extraordinary.' We'll miss you @burke_jason bit.ly/1Q34Svb

Jan 22, 2016

RT @Davos: Men are promoted on potential. Women are promoted on what they have already proven: @sherylsandberg wef.ch/20j9q7T #wef #gendergap

Jan 20, 2016

'Twin forces helping forge India’s future can be found at a dusty fork in the road.' Brilliant piece by @TomLasseter bloomberg.com/news/articles/…


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