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Bangladesh's Most-Watched Bankers

Former Bangladesh Bank Chief Blames Global System for Theft

nytimes.com — Some experts have said the theft was the result of weaknesses within the Bangladesh Bank itself. Local media reports have said the bank used $10 routers and no firewalls. Mr. Rahman disputed that the bank's digital security was lax.

As Sales Of Smartphones Slow, India Remains One Bright Spot

forbes.com — Global smartphone sales will continue to slow and will no longer grow in double digits, according to new research by Gartner Inc. In the midst of this slow down, India and China remain the two bright spots.

The Indian Consumer Market Will Be Huge, But Very Different From China's: Report

forbes.com — Driven by several hundred million young women and men, India's consumer story will be one of the world's most compelling in the next 20 years, says Goldman Sachs in a new report.

India Has The Highest Number Of Slaves Globally: Report

forbes.com — Of the nearly 46 million people living as slaves globally, two-thirds, or 30.4 million, are in the Asia-Pacific region, with the highest number in India, according to the third Global Slavery Index.

Once The World's Largest Fish Fillet Producer, Pacific Andes Is Barely Treading Water Now

forbes.com — Pacific Andes International Holdings, a Hong Kong company controlled by the Malaysian Ng family, once the largest fish fillet producer globally by volume, seems to have just about escaped liquidation. But whether it can revive its fortunes or not, is anyone's guess.

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India Takes A New Step In Regional Politics

forbes.com — India signed with Iran and Afghanistan a trilateral transit agreement that will open new trade routes for the subcontinent nation, and help it circumvent its troublesome neighbor Pakistan.

Indian Cars Fail Crash Test

forbes.com — Five Indian cars failed crash tests conducted on them and scored zero stars, according to a vehicle safety assessor in the U.K., which called some of the cars "sub-standard".

Religious Tolerance Is Deteriorating In India: Report

forbes.com — Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (R) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National President Amit Shah speak at a BJP National Executive committee meeting in Bangalore on April 3, 2015. AFP PHOTO/Manjunath KIRAN (Photo credit should read MANJUNATH KIRAN/AFP/Getty Images) In a fairly damning report the US Commission on International Religious Freedom, a [...]
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RT @ShekharGupta: This is the dictionary meaning of McCarthyism. Rakesh, career IFS, served in Pak, Afg, KTM in tough times under fire  https://twitter.com/sushantsin/status/758186825982865408 


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