The 2012 Economic Outlook release, hosted by Gateway House and the International Monetary Fund on May 7th, has been reported in Yahoo News. The report outlines analysis and projections of economic developments in Asia-Pacific region for the year 2012.
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The release of the International Monetary Fund's report on Asia's Economic Outlook for 2012, hosted by Gateway House and the IMF0 on May 7th, was reported in Sify, an Indian online news website. The report outlines analysis and projections of economic developments in Asia-Pacific region for the year 2012.
The 2012 Economic Outlook release, hosted by Gateway House and the International Monetary Fund on May 7th, has been reported in Express Buzz, an Indian online news website. The report outlines analysis and projections of economic developments in Asia-Pacific region for the year 2012.
The Free Press Journal interviewed Gateway House's Director Ambassador Neelam Deo on the issue of nuclear security, and how India's physical security dynamics has changed over the years.
Pragati, a strategic affairs magazine based in India, quotes an article by Nitin Gokhale, a contributor to Gateway House, in their January 2012 issue. The article outlines the importance of Manipur's links with bordering Myanmar.
Reuters interviews K.N. Vaidyanathan - former Executive Director of the Securities and Exchange Board and current Gateway House's Senior Geoeconomics Fellow.
British Columbia Newsroom published video on their website of a Gateway House sponsored event to promote Indo-Canada business relations.
The corruption, which is rocking the Indian government at all levels and mobilising civil society across the country, also seems to be the ‘biggest irritant’ for the evergrowing Indian diaspora.
Stating that the United States has a strong interest in helping India in preventing terror attacks, US Assistant Secretary of State for South & Central Asia Robert Blake said the country wants to see improved relations between India and Pakistan.
Just how much do the 27 million global desis, scattered across 190 countries around the world, contribute to the Indian economy? World Bank figures show a dramatic increase of almost 162% in the remittance that India receives from overseas Indians over the last eight years.