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No honourable exit for Mallya? Rajya Sabha Chairman rejects resignation

May 3, 2016

No honourable exit for Mallya? Rajya Sabha Chairman rejects resignation

Liquor baron Vijay Mallya sent a resignation letter to the Rajya Sabha, however, Chairman of the Upper House, Hamid Ansari rejected the resignation letter #Default #Hamid Ansari #Kingfisher #liquor baron #loan defaulter #NewsTracker #Rajya Sabha #Vijay Mallya
Islamic State kills U.S. Navy SEAL in northern Iraq | Reuters

May 3, 2016

Islamic State kills U.S. Navy SEAL in northern Iraq | Reuters

STUTTGART, Germany Islamic State militants killed a U.S. Navy SEAL in northern Iraq on Tuesday after blasting through Kurdish defenses and overrunning a town in the biggest offensive in the area for months, officials said. The elite serviceman was the third American to be killed in direct combat since a U.S.-led coalition launched a campaign in 2014 to "degrade and destroy" Islamic State and is a measure of its deepening involvement in the conflict. #Copyright #Reuters #rights-reserved #Thomson Reuters #twitter-follow #webtrends-multi
Companies put $221 billion into low-tax jurisdictions in 2015 - U.N. | Reuters

May 3, 2016

Companies put $221 billion into low-tax jurisdictions in 2015 - U.N. | Reuters

GENEVA Companies put $221 billion into countries with low tax last year, chiefly Luxembourg and the Netherlands, while $72 billion of investment went into two British tax havens - the British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands, the U.N. said on Tuesday. #Bermuda #Business #Hong Kong #Netherlands #Russia
Companies put $221 billion into low-tax jurisdictions in 2015 - U.N. | Reuters

May 3, 2016

Companies put $221 billion into low-tax jurisdictions in 2015 - U.N. | Reuters

GENEVA Companies put $221 billion into countries with low tax last year, chiefly Luxembourg and the Netherlands, while $72 billion of investment went into two British tax havens - the British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands, the U.N. said on Tuesday. #Bermuda #Business #Hong Kong #Netherlands #Russia
58 weightlifters were caught for doping last year: Indian sports minister Sonowal

May 3, 2016

58 weightlifters were caught for doping last year: Indian sports minister Sonowal

A whopping 58 weightlifters were caught for doping last year, Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal told the Lok Sabha in a written reply on Tuesday. #Indian Weightlifting Association #Lok Sabha #NADA #National Anti-Doping Agency #Sarbananda Sonowal #SportsTracker #WADA #Weightlifters #World Anti-Doping Agency
Rebels launch assault in Syria's Aleppo, diplomats strain to revive truce | Reuters

May 3, 2016

Rebels launch assault in Syria's Aleppo, diplomats strain to revive truce | Reuters

BEIRUT/MOSCOW Rebel fighters launched an assault in Syria's divided northern city of Aleppo on Tuesday and fired rockets on a hospital, in the latest violence to hit civilians as diplomats struggled to restore an unravelling ceasefire and resurrect peace talks. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a British-based group that monitors the conflict, said rebel rockets had killed 19 people in government-held territory, including an unspecified number at the al-Dabit hospital. #Advertising #facebook #Personal finance #rights-reserved #Small business #twitter-follow
Liberty House Group confirms bid for Tata Steel UK | Reuters

May 3, 2016

Liberty House Group confirms bid for Tata Steel UK | Reuters

LONDON Metals group Liberty House confirmed on Tuesday it had formally submitted a letter of intent to buy the British assets of Tata Steel. Liberty reiterated that it plans to shift Tata Steel UK's operations away from steelmaking in blast furnaces to recycling steel in electric arc furnaces, according to a statement sent by email #Copyright #facebook #Personal finance #rights-reserved #Small business #Thomson Reuters #webtrends-multi
Slowing Indian sugar exports to boost Thai, Brazil sales in Asia | Reuters

May 3, 2016

Slowing Indian sugar exports to boost Thai, Brazil sales in Asia | Reuters

LONDON An expected slowdown in Indian sugar exports as domestic prices surge, will boost the market share of Thai and Brazilian sugar in Asian markets, traders said on Tuesday. India will soon scrap an order that requires sugar mills to export excess supply, two government officials said on Monday, after back-to-back droughts look set to turn the country into a net importer next season and open the door to rival suppliers. #article #Brazil #Business #Economy #United Kingdom
Minimum nuclear deterrence remains Pakistan’s guiding principle: Sartaj Aziz

May 3, 2016

Minimum nuclear deterrence remains Pakistan’s guiding principle: Sartaj Aziz

Pakistan would maintain minimum nuclear deterrence for balancing the strategic stability in South Asia, Sartaj Aziz said on Tuesday #Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz #NewsTracker #Pakistan #Pakistan atomic programme #Sartaj Aziz