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ATM Changes in India- The Short Answer

blogs.wsj.com — Prakash Singh/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images The Short Answer You might. If you make more than five transactions a month at your own bank's ATMs, the RBI says that from Nov. 1, the bank can charge you a fee.

Hong Kong Protestors Inspired by Gandhi

blogs.wsj.com — As Hong Kong's civil disobedience movement picks up pace, some are invoking comparisons to Mahatma Gandhi's freedom movement in India, ahead of the anniversary of his birth on Thursday. "Gandhi's birthday tomorrow - the lead-up fittingly marked in Hong Kong," wrote Rory Medcalf, a director at Australia think tank Lowy Institute for International Policy, on social media-website Twitter .

7 Habits of Modi’s Highly Effective Speeches

blogs.wsj.com — Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi knows how to please a crowd. On Sunday, at Madison Square Garden in New York he had the audience chanting his name in approval at his words. Mr. Modi tugged at the heartstrings of his Indian-American audience, appealing to their patriotism for mother India, throwing in some data to lend gravity to what he said, and then making them laugh.

Indian Overseas Bond Sales Surge

Diesel Cars no Longer a Great Deal in India: Report

blogs.wsj.com — Wondering whether to buy a car that runs on diesel or gasoline? Don't fall for the long-held notion in India that diesel cars are more cost-effective. In recent years, Indians have increasingly leaned towards cars with diesel engines even though they carry higher sticker prices than the standard gasoline-powered variants.

When Green Leafy Vegetables Aren’t Healthy

blogs.wsj.com — One Saturday in January, five-year-old Tanishk George lay in bed shaking uncontrollably. His eyes rolled back so only the whites were visible and he squeezed both his hands into tight fists. Then suddenly, Tanishk's body became very stiff. His father, Prince, shook him to bring him back to consciousness.

From Abbottabad, Live-Tweeting the Bin Laden Attack

blogs.wsj.com — A man in Abbottabad, the town where Osama bin Laden was killed by the U.S. on Monday, inadvertently live-tweeted the attack as it started. The man, who uses the Twitter handle "ReallyVirtual", identifies himself as Sohaib Athar, "an IT consultant taking a break from the rat-race by hiding in the mountains with his laptops."

Thousands of Prisoners Awaiting Verdict Could Be Freed

blogs.wsj.com — Thousands of prisoners awaiting conviction in India could be freed following a Supreme Court order that would give hope to two-thirds of the country's inmates. On Friday, the country's Supreme Court said that anyone who had been in jail without being convicted for more than half the maximum time they would have faced if they'd been convicted, should be released.

RBI Rajan’s Year One: Hits and Misses

blogs.wsj.com — " I'm not a Superman," Raghuram Rajan told reporters a month after he took over as governor of the Reserve Bank of India last September. Mr. Rajan was trying to play down expectations from analysts and investors who had hoped he would turn around the Indian economy.

Ex-Goldman India Head Lauds Hands-On Approach for Private Equity

blogs.wsj.com — For private equity investors to succeed in India, they need to be more hands-on, says L. Brooks Entwistle, former India head of Goldman Sachs Group Inc., who this week took over as group chief executive of Asian private-equity firm Everstone Capital.
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Oct 22, 2014

Diwali dividends: only twice in last decade Indian stox hav fallen on muhurat trading on.wsj.com/1nyDKw7 nice post by @debinayak

Sep 30, 2014

WSJ ends its tie-up with India's Mint newspaper effective today. WSJ stuff now exclusively on wsj.com etc

Sep 23, 2014

IIM prof in Bangalore launches pilot project to find true value of home prices there iboughtproperty.com

Sep 19, 2014

Ouch MT @A4iti An Indian TV newsreader loses job for reading out "Xi Jinping" as "Eleven Jinping on.wsj.com/1wLN5Um

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