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Ex-FIFA official Webb wants to live at home which has pool allegedly bought with bribe money

Aug 28, 2015

Ex-FIFA official Webb wants to live at home which has pool allegedly bought with bribe money

Webb and six other football officials were arrested on May 27 in Zurich as they prepared to attend a FIFA congress. He later waived objections to being extradited to the United States. #Sports #United States #Corruption #football #FIFA #KickingAround #Jeffrey Webb #FIFA reform
FIFA disowns 'ethnic sport for girls in schools' comment by reform chief Carrard

Aug 28, 2015

FIFA disowns 'ethnic sport for girls in schools' comment by reform chief Carrard

Carrard said FIFA President Sepp Blatter had been treated unfairly and that corruption in the sport was limited to only a few rogue officials. #Sports #football #FIFA #Sepp Blatter #KickingAround #FIFA reforms #Francois Carrard
Moodys warns India on reforms: Global turmoil is a wake-up call for Modi govt

Aug 25, 2015

Moodys warns India on reforms: Global turmoil is a wake-up call for Modi govt

The only way India can safeguard its position in an uncertain world economy is by bringing in meaningful reforms #Narendra Modi #economic reforms #revival #Bank Recapitalisation #Bank NPAs #Moody's investor services
Forget market crash: Moody's says India rating can go up if reforms implemented

Aug 25, 2015

Forget market crash: Moody's says India rating can go up if reforms implemented

Moody's said that lower oil prices as well as tighter fiscal and monetary policies have helped restore macro-economic balance #Sovereign rating #economic reforms #Economic Revival #Moody's Investor Service
Fumbling the future: Why Congress will continue to hold reforms hostage

Aug 21, 2015

Fumbling the future: Why Congress will continue to hold reforms hostage

The Congress is not going to let the Modi government enact any law that will improve growth rates of speed up development. Time for a change in government tactics #Congress #BJP #PoliticalPlay #Parliament logjam #political reform
Why Jaitley should not give too much weight to Moody's moodiness

Aug 19, 2015

Why Jaitley should not give too much weight to Moody's moodiness

We are now close to the ideal situation for revival but there are two things necessary for taking growth to another level beyond the 7 percent figure #Moody's #fiscal deficit #Arun Jaitley #GDP growth #GST #economic reforms #Land Bill #monsoon deficit #commodity price
Stalled reforms, broken promises: How will PM Modi give wings to his $75 bn UAE dream?

Aug 18, 2015

Stalled reforms, broken promises: How will PM Modi give wings to his $75 bn UAE dream?

Modi has indeed made efforts towards easing the process of doing business but how much of these efforts have been absorbed by bureaucracy at lower levels is doubtful #Investment #Infrastructure #Reforms #Land Bill #Parliament logjam #Bank NPAs #UAE infra fund #Modi's UAE visit
Monsoon concerns: Moody's cuts Indias 2015 GDP growth forecast to 7%

Aug 18, 2015

Monsoon concerns: Moody's cuts Indias 2015 GDP growth forecast to 7%

Moodys maintained its forecast of around 7.5 percent increase in gross domestic product (GDP) for 2016, but pointed to risks ahead that include delays in the governments reform plans. #India #GDP #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #Moody's #Monsoon #Reforms
Patience running out? L&T criticises 'unhurried' reform pace as profit dives 37%

Aug 01, 2015

Patience running out? L&T criticises 'unhurried' reform pace as profit dives 37%

L&T reported a steep fall of 37.3 per cent in consolidated net profit to Rs 606.19 crore for the first quarter of fiscal 2015-16 #L&T #Reforms #Earnings #Economic slowdown