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  • 'Shameful': Union Minister On Congress' 'Chhota Modi' Dig Over Nirav Modi
    Reported by sunetra choudhary | Thursday | February 15, 2018 , New Delhi

    Opposition leaders held up a photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with leading Indian industrialists at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland's Davos today, asking how billionaire diamond merchant and jeweler Nirav Modi was allowed to leave the country reportedly days before a first information report was filed accusing him of a massive 11,000-c...

  • Nirav Modi Left India On Jan 1, Centre Moves To Cancel Passport: 10 Facts
    Reported by Oineetom Ojah, Sunil Prabhu and Sunetra Choudhury, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Thursday | February 15, 2018 , New Delhi/Mumbai

    Nirav Modi's home, showrooms and offices in Mumbai, Delhi and Surat were searched on Thursday after Punjab National Bank (PNB) complained of staggering fraud at the cost of the taxpayer to benefit the celebrity jeweller and others. Nirav Modi, recently seen in a group photo in Davos with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, flew out of India on January 1....

  • Smiling Melania Braves Public Eye At Trump Address After Cheating Claim
    Agence France-Presse | Wednesday | January 31, 2018 , Washington, United States

    First Lady Melania Trump made a very visible return to the public stage Tuesday by attending her husband's maiden State of the Union address, her first official appearance since accusations of infidelity surfaced about the president.

  • Malala Wants Corporates To Support Girls' Education
    Press Trust of India | Tuesday | January 30, 2018 , Davos

    Corporates should come forward to support the cause of girl education in India and other countries by utilising the financial, technical and human resources available with them, Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai has said.

  • The Dark Underside Of Saudi Arabia The Crown Prince Is Loath To Change
    The Washington Post Editorial  | Monday | January 29, 2018

    One view of Saudi Arabia was on display at the just-completed World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where the kingdom sought to reassure investors and show off traditional Saudi food, music and culture. The finance minister, Mohammed al-Jadaan,declared, "Saudi Arabia today is different. It's not Saudi Arabia five years ago." He and other mini...

  • Uber Shouldn't Be Shut Down, Says British Prime Minister
    Reuters | Monday | January 29, 2018

    May said that taxi company Uber should not be shut down but instead should comply better with labour and safety standards.

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It's that time of the year when leaders all across the globe gather together to share their common vision for the future at the World Economic Forum. The opening plenary session began with a speech from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who set the agenda for the forum speaking on a range of topics from globalisation to climate change.

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