By Andy Mukherjee
The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.
Bulgari should never have left India three years ago, so it's coming back, the chief executive of the Italian luxury jewellery and accessories company said in an interview on Thursday. Jean-Christophe Babin was in New Delhi on Thursday to attend the opening of the company's flagship store in India.
For a country that associates art mostly with canvases, sculptures and installations, an exhibition showcasing 5,000 years of antique jewellery can be a novel experience.
Many emerging economies have been banking on weaker currencies to revitalise economic growth. Oil's 25 percent fall in dollar terms this year should also help. The problem however is the dollar's strength which is leading to a general tightening of monetary conditions worldwide, more so in countries where central banks are intervening to prevent their currencies from falling too much.
Love him or hate him, you cannot ignore him. If you're in India, the chances are that there's at least one of his novels on your bookshelf or one of his columns in the newspaper in front of you on the table. If you still haven't escaped from him, there are tons of interviews lately like this one showing up in front of you.
(Any opinions expressed here are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters)The trend of luxury crossovers was started by BMW with the X1. Audi followed suit with its Q3 and Mercedes-Benz is now entering the game with the GLA.
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The Islamic State has invigorated jihadi establishments in South and Southeast Asia. It has shaken up the al Qaeda, so far occupying the spiritual pedestal of Islamist Jihad, spurring it to announce the formation of a branch in the Indian subcontinent. Apparently, the Indian subcontinent won't remain unscathed with the contesting constituents of Islamist jihad locked in a battle of dominance.