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Central govt to study drug pricing in 10 countries to make medicines affordable in India
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Central govt to study drug pricing in 10 countries to make medicines affordable in India

The objective of the research is to understand the drug pricing methodology adopted in the international market covering at least 10 countries, including China, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and the United States

EU warns Russia of 'robust' response as Ukraine crisis worsens
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EU warns Russia of 'robust' response as Ukraine crisis worsens

Even before the assault on key Ukrainian government websites today, European ministers had warned that cyberattacks could precede, or accompany, a military incursion that Russia may be planning as it masses 100,000 troops on the Ukraine border.

A Russian pledge of no invasion? Ukrainians are sceptical
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A Russian pledge of no invasion? Ukrainians are sceptical

“When Russians say, ‘No, no, no, we don’t want to invade Ukraine’ what they mean is, ‘Yes, yes, yes, we do want to invade Ukraine,’” said Oksana Syroid, a former deputy speaker of Parliament.

Coloured ink for tattoos to be banned in EU from 4 January; all you need to know
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Coloured ink for tattoos to be banned in EU from 4 January; all you need to know

The EU has said that the new rules will help protect people from a range of health problems including skin irritations to cancer

India relations set to climb new heights as new coalition assumes charge in Germany
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India relations set to climb new heights as new coalition assumes charge in Germany

The next round of the India-Germany inter-governmental consultations will be a good occasion for the leadership of the two countries to exchange views on global matters and add strategic substance

European Union leaders hope fresh talks, not sanctions, will avert Ukraine war
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European Union leaders hope fresh talks, not sanctions, will avert Ukraine war

The EU's call for a return to the negotiating table came as Russia said it had submitted draft documents to the US outlining security arrangements that it wants to negotiate with Washington and its allies in the NATO military alliance.

Why it seems unlikely that Russia will invade Ukraine
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Why it seems unlikely that Russia will invade Ukraine

Experts doubt the likelihood of an offensive given the Ukrainian army has seen significant improvements and a Russian-Ukrainian confrontation would therefore risk a huge human and financial toll

Europe takes on Uber, Deliveroo and other gig economy firms, workers to get employee rights
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Europe takes on Uber, Deliveroo and other gig economy firms, workers to get employee rights

Spain was the first European Union to give delivery workers full rights in August, recognising them as salaried staff with all the rights and protections that entails, including sick leave and paid holidays

Explained: What you need to know about Ukraine-Russia tensions and US' role in the standoff
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Explained: What you need to know about Ukraine-Russia tensions and US' role in the standoff

The Cold War ended 30 years ago but one unresolved issue — how closely Ukraine, a former Soviet republic, can ally with the West — is now creating some of the deepest US-Russian tensions in years.

US, EU express concern about Beijing's 'problematic' actions in South China Sea
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US, EU express concern about Beijing's 'problematic' actions in South China Sea

China claims sovereignty over Taiwan despite the island's self-governance for more than seven decades

Russian troop buildup near Ukraine signals possible invasion; a look at stand-off between ex-Soviet neighbours
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Russian troop buildup near Ukraine signals possible invasion; a look at stand-off between ex-Soviet neighbours

It's unclear whether the Russian troop concentration heralds an imminent attack. Russian president Vladimir Putin has pushed for Western guarantees precluding NATO's expansion to Ukraine, and the buildup could reflect an attempt to back up the message

'Optimistic', says France's Marine Le Pen as the Right takes step to build big European force
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'Optimistic', says France's Marine Le Pen as the Right takes step to build big European force

The event Saturday follows a joint declaration by 16 right-wing parties in July and an visit by Le Pen to Budapest in October

India, European Union agree to enhance clean energy and climate partnership till 2023
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India, European Union agree to enhance clean energy and climate partnership till 2023

Both sides decided to hold India-EU High-Level Platform on Smart Grid Replication, identifying possible opportunities and barriers for replicating and upscaling smart grid projects in India

EU proposes nine-month limit on COVID-19 vaccine validity for travel
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EU proposes nine-month limit on COVID-19 vaccine validity for travel

The recommendation by the EU executive would need to be approved by the member states as well as the European Parliament

European Union health agency calls for urgent measures to reduce 'very high burden' of COVID-19
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European Union health agency calls for urgent measures to reduce 'very high burden' of COVID-19

Under 70 percent of the overall population in the EU and the European Economic Area (Norway, Lichtenstein and Iceland) have been fully vaccinated

Tough times ahead for European Union amid migrant crisis at Polish-Belarus border
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Tough times ahead for European Union amid migrant crisis at Polish-Belarus border

The EU is accusing Belarus’ admittedly unpredictable President Alexander Lukashenko of waging hybrid warfare against it at the behest of Russian president Vladimir Putin

Cold, hungry, afraid Mideastern migrants stuck on EU doorstep
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Cold, hungry, afraid Mideastern migrants stuck on EU doorstep

For many in the Middle East, beaten down by conflict and hopelessness, the stability in Europe has always been powerful. Legal entry has been near-impossible, with the EU tightening its borders

Russian movements at Ukraine border 'rather worrying', says European Union
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Russian movements at Ukraine border 'rather worrying', says European Union

The 27-nation bloc was monitoring the situation with partners including the United States and Britain, said EU foreign affairs spokesman Peter Stano

'What if we halt natural gas supplies?' Belarus' Alexander Lukashenko warns against new EU sanctions
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'What if we halt natural gas supplies?' Belarus' Alexander Lukashenko warns against new EU sanctions

Pressure is building to address the plight of hundreds of migrants, mainly Kurds from West Asia, who are stuck at the Belarus-Poland border in freezing weather

Brexit trade row: EU warns UK of 'consequences' if it tries to suspend Northern Ireland deal
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Brexit trade row: EU warns UK of 'consequences' if it tries to suspend Northern Ireland deal

The two sides are locked in talks seeking to resolve problems in trading arrangements for Northern Ireland agreed as part of the Britain's acrimonious departure from the bloc