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The World Bank has bowed to Indian pressure on Indus Waters Treaty: Pakistan's former commissioner

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The World Bank has bowed to Indian pressure on Indus Waters Treaty: Pakistan's former commissioner

Zofeen T. Ebrahim ·
The business wrap: World Bank lowers India’s GDP growth forecast to 7%, and six other top stories

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The business wrap: World Bank lowers India’s GDP growth forecast to 7%, and six other top stories

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The big news: Rahul Gandhi says only Congress can bring ‘achhe din’, and nine other top stories

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The big news: Rahul Gandhi says only Congress can bring ‘achhe din’, and nine other top stories

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Demonetisation: World Bank reduces India’s GDP forecast from 7.6% to 7% for 2016-2017

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Demonetisation: World Bank reduces India’s GDP forecast from 7.6% to 7% for 2016-2017

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After MEA notice, World Bank halts separate processes to resolve Indus Waters Treaty dispute

International News

After MEA notice, World Bank halts separate processes to resolve Indus Waters Treaty dispute

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The business wrap: Centre to print plastic currency notes, and six other top stories

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The business wrap: Centre to print plastic currency notes, and six other top stories

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In the news: 33% more cancer in ten years, World Bank’s investment in India's health and more

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In the news: 33% more cancer in ten years, World Bank’s investment in India's health and more

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Why the World Bank has been dragged into the Indo-Pak tangle over the Indus Water Treaty

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Why the World Bank has been dragged into the Indo-Pak tangle over the Indus Water Treaty

The Third Pole ·
World Bank taking ‘legally untenable action’ to resolve India, Pakistan’s Kishenganga dispute: MEA

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World Bank taking ‘legally untenable action’ to resolve India, Pakistan’s Kishenganga dispute: MEA

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The business wrap: Ratan Tata tells his CEOs to focus on the future, and six other top stories

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The business wrap: Ratan Tata tells his CEOs to focus on the future, and six other top stories

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