Tinku Ray

Host, BBC's 'World Briefing'

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

Tinku Ray on KCRW

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.

Can Barack Obama Enrich Ties with India?

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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