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Hindu Diwali holiday triggers 450% gold surge in India
India will be glistening with gold in the next few days, as millions celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights. The holiday has pushed up demand for gold. In September the country imported $3.75 billion worth of gold jewelry in preparation.

23.10.2014 11:27

America’s troubled anti-IS coalition: Can BRICS be a possible middleman?
As the anti-IS coalition struggles to stay together can BRICS be a balancing factor that can keep the members unruffled against a common threat?

17.10.2014 12:47

From Mars Mission to navigation satellites to N-capable missiles: India scores big scientifically
After last month’s success of its maiden Mars Orbiter Mission, India has just notched up two more back-to-back scientific feats on October 16 and 17, both of which will beef up Indian military might in a big way.

17.10.2014 12:40

​‘Space missions help economies gain credibility’
It is likely that many emerging economies will go to the stars following India’s Mars Orbiter Mission as space projects are a good status symbol and help countries gain credibility, Eric Berger, Houston Chronicle science writer, told RT.

17.10.2014 09:41

​The Saudi oil war against Russia, Iran and the US
Saudi Arabia has unleashed an economic war against selected oil producers. The strategy masks the House of Saud’s real agenda. But will it work?

15.10.2014 10:34

​Prestige does not necessarily mean progress: A history of the Nobel Peace Prize
The Nobel Peace Prize has stirred controversy for decades. Who decides on the winners of this prestigious award, and does their choice reflect courage or conformity?

13.10.2014 10:23

Nobel Peace Prize should go to ‘little-known people who made a big difference’
The Nobel Peace Prize should go to small people who deserve more of the spotlight, and not to the people who are big in the public eye, like Barack Obama, because that’s their job to keep the peace, investigative journalist Tony Gosling told RT.

10.10.2014 08:15

Nobel Peace Prize shared by Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi
Human rights activists from Pakistan and India, Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi, have been jointly awarded the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize.

10.10.2014 08:02

Hits and misses of Indian PM Modi’s US visit
India has never been on top of Washington’s radar screens and in Asia the Americans have been more bothered about their strategic ties with Japan, Taiwan and Philippines - all because of the China factor.

03.10.2014 15:54

Positive Chinese reaction to Indian Mars mission could mean closer links
China’s positive reaction on the success of India’s Mars Orbiter Mission is a very mature move which proves the skeptics of India-China bonhomie wrong.

30.09.2014 14:50

Afghan political transition: A quick fix solution or a long-term answer to regional stability?
As Afghanistan gets its new President in the so-called democratic power transfer, South Asia is eagerly calculating the possible fallout over the stability of the entire region.

30.09.2014 12:38

#SpaceBuddies: India’s chatty Mars orbiter spurs flurry of Red Planet tweets
India’s Mars Orbiter entered the planet’s orbit exactly a week ago, joining the Mars Curiosity Rover and others in their studies of the red planet. It has since been honing its photography skills and making friends with the other Mars spacecraft.

29.09.2014 12:05

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