Daily Express - Sports
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INDIA take on Bangladesh in a warm-up match ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy today.
BBC Parliament
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can't get involved. I think there is a fundamental mistake in trying to argue the world is unchanging. China is investing 300 billion in renewable energy by 2020. India has a target of being 60% from renewable energy by 2027. We are old-fashioned in this regard, it's the new economies moving ahead and it's fair to say there are carbon taxes, but there's.
The Economic Times
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BBC News 24
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an immediate reaction and people realise this is a majestic wonderful animal worth conserving and worth visiting, if you are not lucky enough to go out to Russia or India to try and spot one of these animals in the wild. Thank you, I think we can talk to someone at the zoo with his family when it.
The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: About 50 stressed accounts have been identified as being on the watch list of the government, the Reserve Bank of India and, in some cases, vigilance agencies, according to several officials. The list includes Videocon Industries Ltd; Jindal Group firms such as Jindal Steel and Power Ltd; Punj Lloyd; Jaypee Group; Lanco, which includes Lanco Infratech; Monnet Ispat; Essar Ltd; and Bhushan Steel. The list represents stressed accounts, which includes loans that have turned bad or been restructured as of December 2016. The total value of such top 50 loans is estimated to be around Rs 4-5 lakh crore, which is almost 80-85% of the total bad loans for state-run lenders. Bad loans at state-run banks have grown more than Rs 1 lakh crore since April 2016 to Rs 6 lakh crore as of December 31. To be sure, some of these accounts are facing stress but are yet to be classified as a non-performing loan across all lenders.
Sputnik International
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Techradar
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The cashback will reflect on your credit card, perhaps after the full amount has been deducted, so make sure you read the fine print before you make the purchase. You can currently purchase the OnePlus 3T in Gunmetal and Soft Gold color variants. OnePlus had previously mentioned that the production of the OnePlus 3T will cease after the launch of the OnePlus 5. Although the company initially talked about discontinuing the handset altogether, it later mentioned that the device will continue to sell in India until the end of 2017. The OnePlus 3T was launched just a few months after the OnePlus 3 broke cover in the markets. This naturally angered a lot of OnePlus 3 customers. Surprisingly enough, OnePlus is now launching yet another flagship. So the company has launched a total of three flagships in a span of 12 months. OnePlus 3T is going off-sale, but not in India
ITV
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They only grow in India. I thought she was supposed to be dying? No one really knows what it is like to be Queen. I am so lonely. What is the point, Abdul? Service, your Majesty. I would like Mr Abdul Service, your Majesty. I would like.
The Week
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IT failure, not cost-cutting measures, blamed for mass cancellations One-Minute Read Tuesday, May 30, 2017 - 8:36am T he boss of British Airways has said he will not resign after thousands of passengers were left stranded over the bank holiday weekend, claiming the disruption had nothing to do with cutting costs. BA chief executive Alex Cruz told the BBC that Saturday's IT failure, which caused mass cancelations, was due to a power surge and not because of technical staff being outsourced from the UK to India. In his first interview since the incident, which affected more than 75,000 holidaymakers, Cruz said he was "profusely sorry" to the thousands of passengers still stranded at airports worldwide and added that the company was working to "make sure that it doesn't happen again". pic.twitter.com/jwNe6MWXej British Airways (@British_Airways) May 28, 2017 However, "questions remain about how a power problem could have had such impact", says the BBC 's technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones.
The Sun Daily - World News
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The Week
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People in Australia, Brazil, China, Germany, India, South Africa, the UK and the US were asked what they felt was the most serious threat to mankind, including disease, a massive volcanic eruption, artificial intelligence turning against us, weapons of mass destruction and ecological collapse. Is a world government the answer to global issues?
BBC News 24
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The storm made landfall between the fishing port of Cox's Bazar and the city of Chittagong, with winds of up to 73 miles per hour. Parts of India and Myanmar are also expected to be affected. It comes after heavy rains in Sri Lanka caused floods that.
ABC News - Virginia
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India, which accounted for 20 per cent of all beef exported in the world last year, bans the sale of cattle for slaughter across the country.
The Economic Times
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NEW DELHI: The CBI has initiated investigations into key decisions made on Air India when the United Progressive Alliance was in power, including the merger of Air India and Indian Airlines, purchase of 111aircraft by the national carrier and giving away of profitable routes to rival airlines. The agency filed two cases on the aircraft purchase deal, another on giving away the routes and started a preliminary inquiry into the merger of the airlines. In a statement, the CBI said it started the probe following orders from the Supreme Court. Air India had put an order for 111aircraft68 from Boeing and the balance from Airbus. According to the statement, the purchase for about Rs 70,000 crore benefited foreign manufacturers, causing an “alleged financial loss” to the “already stressednational carriers. The third FIR, filed against unknown officials of the civil aviation ministry and Air India for giving up profit-making routes, said it had caused a huge loss to the national carrier.
The Economic Times
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BENGALURU: Here's India's hidden IT army — they clean up the internet, and their jobs sometimes take heavy personal tolls. Take Sharanya. Her new job went from dream to nightmare in just 90 days. When she joined as a content moderator for a Hyderabad-based firm in 2012, her job description was simple: sift through the content posted by users on clients' portals and social media channels, and weed out the trash. What she was not prepared for was an avalanche of disturbing visuals, many featuring child abuse. Soon, Sharanya, who requested that her second name not be disclosed to protect her identity, lost sleep and appetite. She was haunted by those images and quit her job. But there are many satisfied soldiers of the army that cleans up online filth. Chandan Kumar Nayak, content moderator for five years, has been working as a team leader at Bengaluru-based Foiwe Info Global Solutions, which offers content moderation services for a variety of clients.
The Economic Times
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Parts of India and Myanmar are also expected to be affected.
Informed Comment
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By Juan Cole | (Informed Comment) | China and India have knocked the United States off the top spot of the index of best places to invest in renewables. Analysts cite the impact of Trump's policies in favor of coal and petroleum. Meanwhile, as Trump talks up a return of coal in the US, global coal markets have been shaken to the core by the Indian government's decision to cancel planned 14 gigawatts of coal plants. They took the decision because solar power has fallen in price so dramatically that the coal plants were no longer competitive. India's plans for so many dirty coal plants had raised alarms among climate activists, who suggested that they would make it impossible for New Delhi to meet its emissions reduction goals under the Paris climate treaty. That consideration has now been removed. Solar's share of India's electricity output increased 80 percent last year.
The Economic Times
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The Economic Times
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BENGALURU: Here's India's hidden IT army — they clean up the internet, and their jobs sometimes take heavy personal tolls. Take Sharanya. Her new job went from dream to nightmare in just 90 days. When she joined as a content moderator for a Hyderabad-based firm in 2012, her job description was simple: sift through the content posted by users on clients' portals and social media channels, and weed out the trash. What she was not prepared for was an avalanche of disturbing visuals, many featuring child abuse. Soon, Sharanya, who requested that her second name not be disclosed to protect her identity, lost sleep and appetite. She was haunted by those images and quit her job. But there are many satisfied soldiers of the army that cleans up online filth. Chandan Kumar Nayak, content moderator for five years, has been working as a team leader at Bengaluru-based Foiwe Info Global Solutions, which offers content moderation services for a variety of clients.
The Economic Times
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BBC News 24
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We design everything it in-house. Everything is made in Britain. I always use the best suppliers of fabrics. We used silk from China, India, France, and good old Yorkshire. The world's from China, India, France, and good.
The Sun Daily
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He cited the examples of Britain's iconic Land Rover being taken over by the Tata Group of India, British Vauxhall by PSA of France, Renault by Nissan and Volvo and London Taxi by Geely itself. The British public had never regarded such business deals as a "sell-out" and Malaysians should be matured enough to behave similarly, he said. — Bernama
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The two leaders - who will meet again at a G20 summit in the German city of Hamburg in July - are also expected to discuss the growing military reach of China across the contested South China Sea and into the Indian Ocean. Modi - before embarking on his tour, which also takes him to Spain, France and Russia - wrote that "India and Germany are large democracies, major economies and important players in regional and global affairs". "Our strategic partnership is based on democratic values and commitment to an open, inclusive and rules-based global order," he wrote in a Facebook entry, contrasting India with the one-party state China. Global impact A German foreign ministry spokesman, Martin Schaefer, stressed that India enjoys rapid economic growth and development and, with a current population of over 1.3 billion, "will soon be the most populous country on Earth".