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Why NSG membership is vital for India

India’s entry into the elite Nuclear suppliers organization is predicted to open up in addition possibilities for procurement of uranium supply and get entry to to latest technology. it will also pave the manner for the Indian manufacturers and suppliers of nuclear additives to bid in diverse countries, say nuclear sector professionals. Of the 21 nuclear electricity reactors with general Read More


Mexico embraces Modi amid chants of ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’

prime Minister Narendra Modi obtained a rousing welcome via the Indian community in Mexico on Thursday. Modi, who is in Mexico at the final leg of his 5-state tour during which he’s going to preserve talks with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto on key bilateral troubles which includes India’s NSG club bid, become greeted with the aid of the Indian Read More


US introduces invoice to designate India as its special global companion

pinnacle united states of america lawmakers have brought a legislation inside the residence of Representatives to designate India as a unique worldwide accomplice of america and take steps to ramp up engagement and deepen bilateral collaboration on a number of problems such as defence. added by Congressman Eliot Engel, rating Member of the house overseas Affairs Committee, and Vice Chair Read More


army escorting sinking MV Infinity One to Karwar proportion

service provider deliver MV Infinity One, which had stated water ingress, continues to list and is on way to Karwar on Thursday. “De-watering through pumps from INS Trikand and CGS Amal are persevering with operation to keep the vessel secure. currently, MV Infinity One keeps to listing and is proceeding to Karwar (with INS Trikhand escorting it) at sluggish speed. Read More


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Tata Steel: potential Port Talbot bidder says he is yet to decide on offer

Sanjeev Gupta’s Liberty House is touted as possible saviour, but there are doubts as to whether it has resources to buy steelworks Sanjeev Gupta has met with the business secretary, Sajid Javid, to discuss a potential deal for Tata’s UK steel business. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Reuters The Indian metals tycoon who has emerged as a potential saviour of Tata’s UK steel Read More


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UK watchdog asks banks to check for ties to Panama Papers

Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority has asked 20 banks and other financial firms to check if they have any ties to Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca, the regulator said on Thursday. A massive leak of documents from the firm released this week detailed how the world’s rich skipped through loopholes to park cash in low-tax jurisdictions. “We have written to the Read More


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EU backs separation of asset managers’ research and trading costs

The European Union’s executive has proposed clear separation of research and trading costs to inject more transparency into the fees that asset managers charge customers. The European Commission published long-awaited draft rules on Thursday to flesh out a key section of the bloc’s reform of securities markets, known as MiFID II. It has decided largely to back advice from the Read More


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Ukip vows to roll back pub smoking ban in Scotland

Nigel Farage unveils party’s manifesto for Scottish elections, promising to raise drink-driving limit and provide free town centre parking Nigel Farage unveils Ukip’s manifesto for the Scottish election at the B&B club in Edinburgh on Thursday. Photograph: Andrew Milligan/PA Ukip has launched its Scottish manifesto by pledging to allow smoking in pubs, raise the drink-driving limit, and provide 30 minutes Read More


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Teenage girls who tortured Angela Wrightson to death given life sentences

Judge locks up girls, who were just 13 and 14 when they mounted ‘gratuitous, degrading’ attack on vulnerable alcoholic, for at least 15 years Angela Wrightson was subjected to a nine-hour ordeal before she was killed by the two girls, who were 13 and 14 at the time. Photograph: Cleveland police/PA Two teenagers who were in care and described as Read More


David Cameron admits he profited from father’s offshore fund

David Cameron has finally admitted he benefited from a Panama-based offshore trust set up by his late father. Analysis What David Cameron did and didn’t say about his father’s offshore trust The prime minister chose his response to reporter’s question about Blairmore Holdings very carefully – and he will probably get away with it Read more After three days of Read More