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Plans to open the nation's huge retail sector to global competition had paralysed parliament.
Tensions are growing in the South China sea, where India, China and other countries have spared over drilling rights.
Government discovers dangers and rising costs of policing the frontline against "Naxals".
Caught in the middle of a decades-old conflict, the Adivasis are at the bottom of India's economic and social ladder.
India, which has key interests in the war ravaged nation, doesn't believe Afghanistan is ready for US troops to leave.
In the recent India-Africa summit in Ethiopia, India emerged as a source rather than a recipient of foreign aid.
Cricket diplomacy is not new to the subcontinent, yet one World Cup game showed sport can still be a vehicle for change.
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