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Delhi, India
Freelance Journalist and Blogger

National Corporate Editor at Mint. Prior stints include WSJ Bombay, Forbes & Reuters NY. Tweets personal.

China Steps Up Its Presence In The Indian Subcontinent

forbes.com — While Indian PM Narendra Modi has been globe trotting, China has announced a slew of measures in Nepal and Pakistan, India's immediate neighbors, that are sure to increase its presence in India's backyard. In his first overseas trip this year, Chinese president Xi Jinping is headed to Pakistan today where he plans [...]

Military, Political And Business Cronyism At Heart Of Land Seizures In Myanmar

forbes.com — As the government of Myanmar finalizes the draft of the country's first national land policy, a new report accuses members of the military, business and political communities of confiscating lands of ethnic minorities, along the Chinese border, for personal gain. The report-Guns, Cronies and Crops-by UK-based non profit Global Witness, details the [...]

Microgrids lift villages out of dark age

asia.nikkei.com — MATHURA, India -- Salma Khan, a petite, young woman, shows off her one room store where she sells food products such as lentils, flour, packaged noodles and biscuits. She is particularly pleased about two recent additions to her tiny village shop.

Can Delhi Learn From Beijing On How To Deal With Air Pollution?

forbes.com — High on the list of Delhi's many problems is one of air pollution. There have been ample stories in the media about how this city has the dirtiest air in the world (including a story that claimed that US President Barack Obama could lose six hours of his life after [...]

Another Culprit Of Air Pollution: Palm Oil Used In Deodorants And Cookies

forbes.com — To the growing list of human behavior causing pollution and climate change, you can add one more: unsustainable production of palm oil, needed for multiple consumer products from deodorants and toothpastes to cookies and chocolates. The Union of Concerned Scientists, a nonprofit science advocacy organization based in Cambridge, Mass., in a report says air pollution in [...]

After China, can Xiaomi rule the Indian market too?

business-standard.com — Xiaomi executed a major coup in August 2013 when it hired Hugo Barra, one of Google's top Android executives, to be its global vice-president. He made it clear that Xiaomi's primary targets were not the affluent countries of the West, but "places like India, Russia, Indonesia, Latin America, Thailand ...

The Caravan - A Journal of Politics and Culture

caravanmagazine.in — ON THE AFTERNOON OF 22 JULY LAST YEAR, around 200,000 people in India logged on to the website of the e-commerce company Flipkart and watched closely as a timer ticked down to 2 pm. The Chinese electronics company Xiaomi's first sale in India was about to begin.

Companies Of Several Indian Billionaires Embroiled In A Case Of Corporate Espionage

forbes.com — Five employees of companies controlled by four of India's most prominent tycoons, including billionaire brothers Mukesh Ambani and Anil Ambani, were arrested over the weekend in a case of corporate espionage that alleges theft of documents from government offices, according to media reports. The employees were arrested for allegedly buying documents [...]

India innovators smarten up 'dumbphones'

asia.nikkei.com — NEW DELHI -- Juthika Talukdar peers into her computer screen, studying a website that lists medicine that are available at public health centers in one area of the state of Uttar Pradesh. It is India's most populous, and poorest, state. The list shows how many doses of medicine are left in stock at each center.

Indian Billionaire Amongst Secret Buyers Of NYC Real Estate

forbes.com — Indian mining billionaire Anil Agarwal is one of the many secret buyers of high-end real estate in New York City's Time Warner Center, a luxury condominium that looms over Central Park, according to a report by The New York Times. A company called Amantea Corp. bought two condos on behalf of Agarwal for [...]
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Jul 01, 2015

RT @karunanundy: 'How I was deported from India': Christine Mehta on her swift expulsion just before she published a report on AFSPA. thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/…

Jul 01, 2015

RT @SFNick: Serta will no longer sell Trump-branded mattresses, becoming the latest company to cut ties. bloomberg.com/politics/artic…

Jul 01, 2015

Crazy...Sri Lanka's Rajapaksa to stand for Prime Minister in Aug 17 polls reut.rs/1JsV0tT via @ReutersIndia

Jun 30, 2015

Foreign firms investing in sensitive sectors like defence need to sign 'National Security Clause' - The Eco... ecoti.ms/b6lrpa

Jun 29, 2015

RIL partner to defer investments in KG basin as uncertainty looms - Livemint livemint.com/Companies/55Fx…

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