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But the events in September 2014, when supreme leader Xi Jinping's visit was accompanied by a show of force by the PLA in Chumur, convinced New Delhi that the The decision to dump hidebound attitudes is very much in keeping with Modi's " out of the box" approach in policy making Chinese policy had a depth and purpose which required a new and more sophisticated response.
ANY MATCH, LET ALONE A WORLD CUP SEMI-FINAL, IS FOR THE PLAYERS AND THE FANS, NOT FOR THE HIDEBOUND DETAIL OF DISCIPLINARY PROTOCOL.
For the hidebound practitioner of print journalism, this change is unnerving but strangely exhilarating.
With Asda's Andy Clarke and Sainsbury's Mike Coupe having their fingers burnt in their stints at the I frozen discounter, and Tesco hidebound by competition issues, that leaves Morrisons as the obvious trade buyer.
Few companies come close to Visa in terms of the number of daily foreign exchange transactions, yet the company struggled with a hidebound spreadsheet-based system to assess the effectiveness of its hedging strategy.
Obama ordered the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to turn rocket building over to private companies, which he believes will be more innovative and nimble than the hidebound space agency.
For all of the bad press the insurance industry receives for appearing hidebound, boring and risk averse, the reality of its responsiveness and creativity is evident in the way carriers have responded over the years to pollution liability.
This tendency emerges again and again as long as its victims stay hidebound.
analyzes scientific texts, the thought of Kant and Longinus, and the works of Blake, Shelley, Wollstonecraft, and Byron to find the period's ideas about sexuality were not as hidebound as has been assumed.
Sarkozy was elected last May on a pledge to shake up the hidebound French economy, cut back on public sector workers and modernise the state s many institutions.
THERE is a widely held perception, that the English folk music tradition has been overshadowed and even overwhelmed by its close Celtic neighbours, thus rendering it sterile and hidebound.
Secretary of Defense certainly did not endear himself to the bank's bureaucracy by challenging hidebound policies and trying to stem corruption.