Publication: Banyan - The Economist

First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated Apr 18 2014 - 1 reports

Himalayan obstacles

ODDLY, for a democratic country in the midst of an election, India this week held its sixth “strategic dialogue”  with China. The talks in Beijing, between the two countries’ most senior diplomats, at least show how keen their foreign ministries ... [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 18 2014]
First reported Apr 17 2014 - Updated Apr 17 2014 - 1 reports

Getting warmer

JUST days after Russia raised hackles in the West by annexing  Crimea , Igor Sechin, the chief executive of Rosneft, a Russian oil behemoth,  took a trip to Asia . He apparently wanted to show the world that his country—perhaps like Anna Karenina ... [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 17 2014]
First reported Apr 17 2014 - Updated Apr 17 2014 - 1 reports

Burning bright

KARPAL SINGH, who died in a car accident in the early hours of April 17th at the age of 74, was a rarity in the venomous world of Malaysian politics: a man respected by many of his opponents as well as those on his own side. That side, for all of ... [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 17 2014]
First reported Apr 10 2014 - Updated Apr 11 2014 - 1 reports

A real Modi wave

Our leader on Narendra Modi, the favourite to be India’s next prime minister, prompted a lively response (to say the least) from our readers in India and elsewhere. The leader recognises Mr Modi’s “sheer ability”, but in the end The Economist “cannot ... [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 10 2014]
First reported Apr 10 2014 - Updated Apr 11 2014 - 1 reports

Out of the blue

FORAGING in South Korea’s mountains may soon become more fruitful. Since a wild ginseng digger reported the wreckage of a small unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) on April 3rd, the South’s ministry of defence has been ruminating on rewards for anyone who ... [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 10 2014]
First reported Apr 10 2014 - Updated Apr 10 2014 - 1 reports

Peeking through the cloud

FILM festivals are a rare and welcome guest in South-East Asia, especially when they feature local or regional productions and themes. They often screen films in their “organic” state—meaning the original director’s cut, undoctored by the authorities—which ... [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 10 2014]
First reported Apr 10 2014 - Updated Apr 10 2014 - 1 reports

Getting warmer

ON ELECTION day in India most offices and businesses close. For those trooping to polling booths in Delhi, on April 10th, the consequence was a welcome holiday mood: strangely quiet roads, calm amid good weather, and general good humour as (almost) ... [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 10 2014]
Entities: India, Elections, MAMMOTH
First reported Apr 08 2014 - Updated Apr 08 2014 - 1 reports

Polling booths open in India

INDIA'S national election began on April 7th. The opposition Bharatiya Janata Party is expected to win, but will probably need coalition partners to govern effectively Continue reading ... [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 08 2014]
First reported Apr 08 2014 - Updated Apr 08 2014 - 1 reports

Hot on the trail

A SINGER in tight-fitting trousers and high heels, a dangdut star, wiggles her hips provocatively to roars of excitement. The crowds have gathered at the outdoor stadium of this normally sleepy town in central Java. Not wishing to be upstaged, the ... [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 08 2014]
First reported Apr 08 2014 - Updated Apr 08 2014 - 1 reports

Sunflower sutra

MA YING-JEOU, Taiwan’s president, is no doubt relieved. After three weeks occupying the debating chamber of the Legislative Yuan, Taiwan’s parliament, student protesters agreed on April 7th to end their sit-in within three days. Demonstrators have ... [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 08 2014]
Entities: Helianthus, China, Taiwan
First reported Apr 08 2014 - Updated Apr 08 2014 - 1 reports

Uneasy lies the head

THE political mess has reached the point where it may have to be the king, not parliament, who appoints the next prime minister. Since Thailand’s revolution of 1932, nine prime ministers have been removed from office by coup d’état and two others ... [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 08 2014]
First reported Apr 06 2014 - Updated Apr 06 2014 - 1 reports

More voters than ballots

Braving it all in Bamiyan AFGHANS have turned out in impressive numbers to vote in their country’s presidential election. The day itself, April 5th, was marred by sporadic violence, allegations of fraud, and other controversy, yet by some measures ... [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 06 2014]

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Himalayan obstacles [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 18 2014]
Getting warmer [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 17 2014]
Burning bright [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 17 2014]
A real Modi wave [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 10 2014]
Getting warmer [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 10 2014]
Peeking through the cloud [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 10 2014]
Out of the blue [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 10 2014]
Polling booths open in India [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 08 2014]
Hot on the trail [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 08 2014]
Sunflower sutra [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 08 2014]
Uneasy lies the head [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 08 2014]
More voters than ballots [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 06 2014]
Groundhog day? [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 05 2014]
A new dawn? [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 04 2014]
Gauging opinion [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 02 2014]
The post-imperial chessboard [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 01 2014]
Some more special than others [Published Banyan - The Economist - Mar 31 2014]
Women in the Workforce [Published Banyan - The Economist - Mar 28 2014]
The hungry river [Published Banyan - The Economist - Mar 28 2014]
Long time to wait [Published Banyan - The Economist - Mar 28 2014]
Straight from Mr Ma's mouth [Published Banyan - The Economist - Mar 28 2014]
Olde World order [Published Banyan - The Economist - Mar 26 2014]
Concerns over trade agreement grow [Published Banyan - The Economist - Mar 25 2014]
Too strong for comfort [Published Banyan - The Economist - Mar 25 2014]
Chasing the first-voter advantage [Published Banyan - The Economist - Mar 25 2014]
Teenage kicks [Published Banyan - The Economist - Mar 24 2014]
Soft sell [Published Banyan - The Economist - Mar 21 2014]
Never a good time [Published Banyan - The Economist - Mar 21 2014]
Red-handed [Published Banyan - The Economist - Mar 21 2014]
State of stasis [Published Banyan - The Economist - Mar 20 2014]
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Himalayan obstacles [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 18 2014]
ODDLY, for a democratic country in the midst of an election, India this week held its sixth “strategic dialogue”  with China. The talks in Beijing, between the two countries’ most senior diplomats, at least show how keen their foreign ministries ...
Getting warmer [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 17 2014]
JUST days after Russia raised hackles in the West by annexing  Crimea , Igor Sechin, the chief executive of Rosneft, a Russian oil behemoth,  took a trip to Asia . He apparently wanted to show the world that his country—perhaps like Anna Karenina ...
Burning bright [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 17 2014]
KARPAL SINGH, who died in a car accident in the early hours of April 17th at the age of 74, was a rarity in the venomous world of Malaysian politics: a man respected by many of his opponents as well as those on his own side. That side, for all of ...
A real Modi wave [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 10 2014]
Our leader on Narendra Modi, the favourite to be India’s next prime minister, prompted a lively response (to say the least) from our readers in India and elsewhere. The leader recognises Mr Modi’s “sheer ability”, but in the end The Economist “cannot ...
Getting warmer [Published Banyan - The Economist - Apr 10 2014]
ON ELECTION day in India most offices and businesses close. For those trooping to polling booths in Delhi, on April 10th, the consequence was a welcome holiday mood: strangely quiet roads, calm amid good weather, and general good humour as (almost) ...
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