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High wage cost in China an opportunity for India to turn into global manufacturing hub: Jaitley

Mar 27, 2015

High wage cost in China an opportunity for India to turn into global manufacturing hub: Jaitley

"Wages in China have gone up. That part of the world is now becoming costlier. Can we, therefore, create a world class infrastructure in India," he said while addressing the Annual Day celebrations at Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) here. #India #China #Finance minister #Arun Jaitley #manufacturing
Maintaining status quo on UNSC membership definitely not an option: India

Mar 27, 2015

Maintaining status quo on UNSC membership definitely not an option: India

India has said that it is "untenable" that 137 developing nations are represented by only one permanent member in the UN Security Council. #World #India #China #United Nations #US #TheySaidIt #UN Security Council #UK #UNSC #UNSC membership
Niger, Chad troops pursue Boko Haram in Nigerian border area

Mar 27, 2015

Niger, Chad troops pursue Boko Haram in Nigerian border area

DIFFA, Niger (Reuters) - Troops from Chad and Niger pursued Boko Haram fighters across a northern Nigeria border area on Thursday, driving them out of a village they held there and causing some to flee into Niger, two senior Niger military officers said. Niger and Chad are participating in a joint offensive along with Nigeria and Cameroon aimed at ending the Nigerian Islamist group's six-year insurgency, which has spilled across Nigeria's borders to threaten regional stability. #United States #India #China #Brazil #Arabic #Russia #Nigeria #Latin America #opinion
U.S. has no policy to protect Syrian force after training - general

Mar 27, 2015

U.S. has no policy to protect Syrian force after training - general

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Syrian opposition forces being trained to fight Islamic State militants will need support from the U.S.-led coalition when they return home, but the Obama administration has yet to decide what protection to offer, a top U.S. commander said on Thursday. Army General Lloyd Austin, the head of U.S #Politics #Business #facebook #United States #China #Syria #Technology #France #markets #Argentina #United Kingdom #opinion
Argentina court throws out appeal of decision clearing Fernandez

Mar 27, 2015

Argentina court throws out appeal of decision clearing Fernandez

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Last month's court decision that cleared Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez of charges that she tried to derail the investigation into a deadly 1994 bombing was upheld by an appeals court on Thursday. The late Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman had accused Fernandez of trying to cover up Iran's alleged involvement in the truck bombing of the AMIA Jewish Community centre in Buenos Aires. He alleged that she attempted to whitewash the attack in order to clinch a grains-for-oil deal with Tehran #Politics #Economy #facebook #China #Brazil #France #Arabic #markets #Argentina #United Kingdom #author
Israeli settlements may have already killed two-state bid - U.N.

Mar 27, 2015

Israeli settlements may have already killed two-state bid - U.N.

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Israeli settlements on occupied land wanted by the Palestinians may have already killed a possible two-state solution, said the United Nations Middle East envoy on Thursday as he suggested the U.N. Security Council should take action on the peace process. #India #China #Brazil #Arabic #Middle East #Israel #Argentina #United Kingdom
German airlines to introduce new cockpit rules - association

Mar 27, 2015

German airlines to introduce new cockpit rules - association

BERLIN (Reuters) - German aviation association BDL said all German airlines, including Lufthansa ( LHAG.DE ) and its unit Germanwings, had agreed to introduce new rules requiring two crew members to be in the cockpit at all times following the Germanwings crash. "Today we spoke with all our members about possible consequences," BDL managing director Matthias von Randow told Reuters on Thursday evening. #Business #China #Brazil #Technology #Arabic #markets #United Kingdom #French #opinion #german
Protests continue a week after woman lynched in Afghan capital

Mar 27, 2015

Protests continue a week after woman lynched in Afghan capital

KABUL (Reuters) - The lynching of a woman by a mob in the Afghan capital continued to fuel public anger on Thursday, as residents gathered at the site of her death to protest a week after the killing. Mobile phone footage shows the woman, named Farkhunda, was beaten and set on fire by as police looked on, close to the presidential palace and foreign embassies in Kabul. The 27-year-old had been teaching women about Islamic values at a shrine when the incident erupted, after a caretaker who disagreed with her views falsely accused her of burning a Koran. #Politics #India #China #Technology #France #Arabic #Russia #markets #Italy #Argentina #United Kingdom #Latin America
Nigeria's presidential candidates sign new peace appeal

Mar 27, 2015

Nigeria's presidential candidates sign new peace appeal

ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigeria's main presidential candidates have signed a "peace accord" ahead of hotly contested elections on Saturday in an effort to prevent religious or ethnic violence, the government said on Thursday. President Goodluck Jonathan is running against former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari in what looks set to be the closest presidential race since military rule ended in 1999. "Now that the campaigns have come to an end, we meet today to renew our pledge for peaceful elections. #facebook #United States #China #Technology #Arabic #Government #markets #Argentina #author
U.N. says Libyan parties need more time to agree unity government

Mar 27, 2015

U.N. says Libyan parties need more time to agree unity government

SKHIRAT, Morocco (Reuters) - Libya's warring factions need more time to agree on a unity government to end growing conflict and chaos in the oil producer, a U.N. envoy said on Thursday. Two rival governments and armed factions are battling for control of Libya and Islamist militants are gaining ground #Business #India #China #Brazil #France #Russia #Italy #Argentina #United Kingdom #Latin America #author #opinion