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Migrant crisis: UN calls for up to 200,000 refugees to be shared among EU states

Sep 04, 2015

Migrant crisis: UN calls for up to 200,000 refugees to be shared among EU states

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees called Friday on the European Union to admit up to 200,000 refugees as part of a "mass relocation programme" that would be binding on EU states. #United Nations #European Union #refugees #Migrant crisis #World
Angry French farmers stage 1,000-strong tractor protest in Paris

Sep 03, 2015

Angry French farmers stage 1,000-strong tractor protest in Paris

More than 1,000 tractors and a few cows descended on Paris on Thursday in a boisterous protest by farmers who blocked highways to express their anger over falling prices for their goods and high taxes #NewsTracker #European Union #Paris #Tractors #French farmers #French protests #high taxes
Ukraine ceasefire undermined, European Union extends sanctions

Sep 02, 2015

Ukraine ceasefire undermined, European Union extends sanctions

Two civilians were killed on Wednesdayin eastern Ukraine, undermining fresh efforts to end continuing violence. #NewsTracker #European Union #EU #Ceasefire #Ukraine #Crimean crisis #Ukrainian crisis #Petro Poroshenko #World
The global economy is crashing and here's how India can benefit from it

Aug 25, 2015

The global economy is crashing and here's how India can benefit from it

If the rest of the world economy is going down, India will remain an obvious magnet. If the rupee falls, FII selling becomes uneconomic and inflows attractive. #Sensex #HowThisWorks #China #Investment #Germany #European Union #Eurozone #markets #USA #Indian Economy #investors #World economy #Europe markets
India, EU working to end trade dispute over generic drugs

Aug 17, 2015

India, EU working to end trade dispute over generic drugs

The PMO wrote to the EU Trade Commissioner to intervene when the ban on around 700 pharmaceutical products was formalised in May, two government sources in New Delhi said. #Business #India #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #Health #European Union #Generic drugs #PMO #GVK Biosciences #free trade accord #Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership
'Govt no longer listening to people': Thousand protests as Greece votes on bailout bill

Jul 23, 2015

'Govt no longer listening to people': Thousand protests as Greece votes on bailout bill

Thousands of anti-austerity protesters gathered in Athens today night as lawmakers prepared to vote on a second batch of reforms that must pass if Greece is to unlock a huge international bailout. #World #Greece #European Union #EU #Alexis Tsipras #Greece bailout
What the yellow metal crash means: Gold buffs, celebrate. It's time to start SIPping again

Jul 22, 2015

What the yellow metal crash means: Gold buffs, celebrate. It's time to start SIPping again

The tumble is world gold prices to a five-year low of around $1,100 per ounce is cause for celebration for gold buffs - which means probably 99 percent of India. The only killjoys will be the odd sarkari economist or babu, who will fulminate against our renewed fascination for this "barbaric relic." #Dollar #Gold #US #European Union
What relief? Greek economy is on its knees despite bailout deal

Jul 15, 2015

What relief? Greek economy is on its knees despite bailout deal

Greece has a tentative rescue deal, but relief that it is not falling out of the euro is unlikely to last long: its economy has taken a huge hit. #NewsTracker #Greece #European Union #bailout #EU #Grexit #greek deal
Impact of Greek developments will be indirect, says finance secretary

Jul 13, 2015

Impact of Greek developments will be indirect, says finance secretary

Greece's leftist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has agreed to tough reforms in return for a three-year bailout worth up to 86 billion ($96 billion), the country's third rescue programme in five years. #Sensex #Greece #European Union #TheySaidIt #Eurozone #BSE #Alexis Tsipras #Rajiv Mehrishi
Debt crisis: Greece faces D-Day after 'difficult' bailout talks halted

Jul 12, 2015

Debt crisis: Greece faces D-Day after 'difficult' bailout talks halted

Greece on Sunday faced a final EU summit to clinch a deal that would stop Athens crashing out of the euro after divided eurozone ministers halted "very difficult" talks on a new bailout overnight. #Debt #NewsTracker #Greece #European Union #bailout #Euro #EU #bailout talks