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India links: Al Qaeda, Adani, Abbott in India, India-Pakistan, energy crisis and more

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12 September 2014 08:22

  • Shashank Joshi looks at the reasoning behind al Qaeda's decision to establish a South Asia branch, arguing that the move should be seen in the context of its patchy record in the subcontinent.
  • Why 'make in India' might be easier said than done.
  • Allison Berland and Michael Kugelman ask whether there's any hope for India-Pakistan relations.
  • What is driving India's energy crisis?
  • The Age profiles Gautam Adani, the head of the mining company behind the Carmichael Coal and Rail Project in Queensland. (Thanks @xdulkar).
  • India is the smallest exporter of the world's top ten economies.
  • Business Standard evaluates Raghuram Rajan's first year as Governor of the Reserve Bank of India.
  • In this podcast, Rory Medcalf and I discuss the outcomes of Prime Minister Tony Abbott's visit to India:

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