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Once Bit-ten, twice shy - Financial Express
With Russia’s Sistema, the majority holder (56.7%) in Sistema Shyam TeleServices, invoking the bilateral investment treaty (BIT) to give the Indian government six months to find a solution to the Supreme Court cancelling its licences
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See beyond Snowden - Dhruva Jaishankar, Economic Times
Is DTC a good idea? - Dinesh Kanabar, Financial Express
Sebi reforms to foreign investment were overdue - Business Standard
CBI autonomy: Flawed diagnosis - Times of India
Disaster was waiting to happen - Anoop Nautiyal, Mail Today
Politics of divestment - Business Line
How emerging markets lost their Mojo - Ruchir Sharma, WSJ
Narendra Modi's new script for fresh day - Gautam Mukherjee, Pioneer
Wide asleep on the net - Hardeep S Puri, Indian Express
Doing the Modi math - Ashutosh Varshney, Indian Express
BJP makes a pitch to minorities - Indian Express
SEBI does well to ease FII norms - Indian Express
Naval gazing - Vipin Narang & Paul Staniland, Foreign Policy
Between KYC, Aadhaar and CMS, India will be a police state - R Jagannathan, FirstPost
Between Ben and Beijing - Financial Express
The FDI debate - Business Standard
CAD crisis: Knock on Japan's door - Anjan Roy, Business Line
D Company’s cricket crime - Shankar Roychowdhury, Asian Age
Thank you, Mr Bernanke? - Arvind Subramanian, Business Standard
The UK should be more welcoming of Indians - Business Standard
India needs to welcome multinational capital - Mint
'Parrot' is caged, and starved too - Rohit bansal, Pioneer
The rise and rise of greedy government - Janet Daley, Telegraph UK
Kashmir attack shows why AFSPA must stay - Pioneer
Rupee fall: Unlucky dip - Arvind Virmani, Indian Express
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