Tinku Ray

Host, BBC's 'World Briefing'

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Editor with the BBC, based in Delhi, and host of its World Briefing

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For the second day in a row, India was struck by a massive power outage, leaving half the country without electricity.  Six hundred million people went without air conditioning, and…

Massive Power Failure Hits India

For the second day in a row, India was struck by a massive power outage, leaving half the country without electricity.  Six hundred million people went without air conditioning, and…

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Indians had a love affair with Bill Clinton. George Bush treated India like an international partner. Barack Obama has been complaining about outsourcing American jobs.

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Indians had a love affair with Bill Clinton. George Bush treated India like an international partner. Barack Obama has been complaining about outsourcing American jobs.

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