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Black money: India presses for auto exchange of tax information

The minister also raised the issue of quota reforms at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) with a view to increase the representation of developing countries in the multilateral lending agency.


PM Narendra Modi leaves for home

Modi was the first Indian premier to visit Fiji after Indira Gandhi who had come in 1981.


Express 5: BJP manipulates system to suit their advantage, says Omar; Srikanth defeats Lin Dan in Badminton

We present you the top five stories from today’s edition of The Indian Express.


No German in KVs: Merkel raises issue with PM Narendra Modi

The spokesperson said PM Modi believes that children should know as many languages as possible.


G20 summit: PM Narendra Modi gives a strong push to govt agenda on black money, tax avoidance

PMO said that India’s concerns on black money and tax avoidance have been taken on board in G20.


G20 leaders aim to add $2 trillion to world economic output by 2018

“The central issue is now employment as we always wanted; growth without jobs is meaningless,” said Suresh Prabhu.


Reforms should be people-driven, insulated from political process, says PM Narendra Modi

“There is bound to be resistance to change or reform. But it cannot be done in stealth,” said Modi.


A ‘standout shake’, anecdote and BBQ: PM Narendra Modi at G20 Summit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday  carried on with his hectic international diplomacy holding parleys with world leaders, including US President Barack Obama, over bilateral meetings and informal discussions on the fifth day of his whirlwind three-nation 10-day tour. More meetings are on the anvil during the remaining days in Australia and Fiji, where he will be making a […]


PM Narendra Modi pushes govt agenda in repatriation of black money

India to announce its candidate for New Development Bank President before seventh BRICS Summit in Russian city of Ufa.


Russia to G-20: We’re here. So are our warships.

Four Russian warships have entered international waters off the northeast Australian coast to coincide with Putin’s visit to Australia


US urges IMF to cancel some debt of Ebola-hit countries

Ebola has killed around 5,000, according to the World Health Organisation.

Grand unification

But the quest for black money is barely begun.


Tony Abbott to visit India next week; uranium deal tops agenda

Australia holds about a third of the world’s recoverable uranium resources, and exports nearly 7,000 tonnes a year.

G20 takeaway: Tensions over money flows bode poorly for global economy

Both rich and poor say they are acting in their own self interest, and what makes the conflict so intractable is that both have very rational arguments.


India calls for communicating monetary policy with clarity

Recent risks of very low inflation in the euro zone might demand use of appropriate tools in the coming time to thwart deflation tendencies.