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Govt Puts FDI in Retail on Hold, Opposition Insists on Rollback

To break the impasse on Foreign Direct Investment in retail that has stopped the Parliament's winter session, the Central Government has announced that the decision to allow 51 percent FDI in retails has been put on hold. However, the winter session is likely to face trouble, as the Opposition party is demanding a rollback on the decision. Dec 5, 2011
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Up-and-Coming Asian Actors in Hollywood [PHOTOS]

Asian actors have been working in Hollywood for a long time. However, their numbers are few when it comes to leading roles. Check out the slideshow to see up-and-coming Asians in Hollywood. Dec 4, 2011
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Top 10 Indian Actors of 2011: Salman Khan Tops the List

Based on various criteria like number of films, the box office report and views of the critics, we have listed out the top ten Indian actors of the year. Salman Khan, who belted out two big hits, tops the list. Dec 3, 2011
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No Rollback on FDI in Retail: Govt

The opposition parties and allies of the UPA government are against retail reform but the government is not ready for a rollback. The government wants FDI in retail sector to boost India's economy. Dec 2, 2011
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Yuvraj Singh Battling 'Non-Malignant Tumor'

Many may be wondering why Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh is not included in the upcoming ODI against West Indies. The reason is that he is battling a "non-malignant tumor" in his left lung. Nov 27, 2011
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Lakshmi Mittal is Britain's Most Influential Asian for 2011

According to weekly newspaper Eastern Eye, 61-year-old Lakshmi Mittal, a Non-Resident Indian and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chairman of the Board of Directors of ArcelorMittal, is the most powerful Asian in Britain, for the year 2011. Nov 24, 2011
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South Asia Visit: Manmohan Singh Invites Greater Investment from Singapore

Describing Singapore as a "valued partner" Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh invited greater investment from the South East Asian nation, while on a two-day state visit to the country. The Prime Minister made the statement on Sunday, at a lunch hosted Singapore's Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Loong. Nov 20, 2011