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Modi's April travel plans: Germany, France on but Brussels shelved

Mar 15, 2015

Modi's April travel plans: Germany, France on but Brussels shelved

According to speculation, one of the reasons for the EU not responding to Indian proposal was that it was upset with the slow progress of the trial of two Italian marines accused of killing two Indian fisherman in 2012. #Narendra Modi #France #Europe #Germany #EU #Brussels
Bailout: EU Commission welcomes Greek list as 'valid starting point'

Feb 24, 2015

Bailout: EU Commission welcomes Greek list as 'valid starting point'

An official at the European Union's executive branch said on Tuesday that the list of reform measures Greece has sent to its creditors in order to get final approval for a 4-month bailout extension "is sufficiently comprehensive to be a valid starting point." #NewsTracker #Greece #European Union #bailout #EU #greek list
Mangoes to be sterlised with hot water before being exported to Europe

Feb 19, 2015

Mangoes to be sterlised with hot water before being exported to Europe

Alphonso mangoes will be treated with "hot water" as part of procedures to remove any contaminants before being exported to Europe #Narendra Modi #Europe #European Union #Mango #eggplant #EU #Alphonso mangoes #mango export #bitter gourd #taro plant #snake gourd
At least 300 migrants, who tried to cross Mediterranean sea, missing: UN

Feb 12, 2015

At least 300 migrants, who tried to cross Mediterranean sea, missing: UN

Some 300 migrants who tried to cross the frigid Mediterranean in open, rubber boats, were reported missing by UN and other aid groups sharply criticised the new EU rescue operation as insufficient. #United Nations #NewsTracker #European Union #UN #EU #immigrants #Migrants #Mediterranean Sea #Rubber boats
Greece seeks agreement on debt talks, reassure Europe as tensions rise

Feb 02, 2015

Greece seeks agreement on debt talks, reassure Europe as tensions rise

ATHENS (Reuters) - New Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, striking a conciliatory note on debt talks after a turbulent start to office, has called the European Central Bank chief to assure him that Athens was seeking an agreement. The new government in Athens made clear from its first day in power that it would not back down on its election pledges to abandon the austerity policies imposed under the bailout agreement sealed by the last government. But facing growing disquiet from partners led by Germany, Tsipras rang European Central Bank President Mario Draghi on Friday night to assure him that Athens was seeking an accord, a government official said #NewsTracker #Greece #Europe #European Union #EU #ECB #Alexis Tsipras #Greek PM