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Not since Mahatma Gandhi, the revered independence campaigner, has any Indian leader appeared particularly concerned about By Amy Kazmin in New Delhi
As pro-democracy demonstrations enter their sixth day, much of Hong Kong remains at a standstill. “Sorry, we are temporarily By Josh Noble in Hong Kong
Skymark Airlines of Japan said it was nearing settlement with Airbus over a cancelled superjumbo order, sending the shares By Kana Inagaki in Tokyo
(Ralph Orlowski/Getty Images) Most of the news which has come out since the European Central Bank’s last governing council, Lorenzo Bini Smaghi
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