Sky News
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The Economic Times
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Investment bankers generally charge a fee between 0.5% and 1% of the size of the QIP. In a similar fund raising in 2014, SBI had paid a fee of Rs 18-Rs 20 crore rupees to raise Rs 8,000 crore. ET had earlier reported that almost 17 investment banks including the likes of Citigroup, JP Morgan, Credit Suisse, Bank of America Merrill Lynch were suitors for the biggest Indian bank’s QIP, while Kotak Mahindra Capital Company, Edelweiss and ICICI Securities were among the local banks that bid. Last week SBI said it had plans to raise funds through a follow-on public offer and institutional placement in the current fiscal and sought applications from merchant bankers to manage the issue. The planned fund raising comes after the merger of five associate banks and Bharatiya Mahila Bank from April. If the country’s largest lender raises the funds, it would be the biggest share sale form a state-run bank in more than two years as the capital market has not been conducive to raise funds when banks were reeling under the burden of bad loans.
Daily Express
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The Economic Times
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Therefore, the court said, it deems it appropriate to issue a notice to the defendants in the present application returnable for the date fixed before the court.
The Economic Times
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Speaking about the impact of ongoing consolidation in the industry, Sinha said a similar upheaval happened in 2003 when a new player --Reliance Infocomm (now Reliance Communications) -- entered the market, but things settled down in a couple of years. “I dont think there’s a threat of job lossesconsolidation is happening, and the world over mostly two-three operators are there, and in India too, some five to six players will be left, and healthy competition will remain.” The minister said the government would not stop any new player from entering an open market. On a related issue of the sector’s high debt of Rs 4.9 lakh crore, bruised further by the fierce competition triggered by the entry of Jio, Sinha said a meeting of the recently created inter-ministerial group looking into the financial health of the sector had taken place. With rapid mergers and acquisitions happening across the industry, HR experts and industry executives say nearly one lakh direct or indirect jobs are under threat out of the around three lakh people employed with the sector, directly or indirectly.
BBC Parliament
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environment and keeping the other part which is clearly still a security question in that space. John Prescott, Labour invented Prevent. It was a way to stop the spread of Islamist ideas in the Muslim community. Now your party's manifesto seems more worried about its potential to alienate minority communities? When you talk within the community, they feel that they are the enemy and you report on who is threatening and that has questioned the role of it. The big issue we are avoiding. How do you bring all of the parts together? Politicians, as we see in the manifestos, they say there is a reduction in the police, 1600 armed police go missing,.
BBC Parliament
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elections in 2016, they said that they would continue to work closely with partners in the UK, and further afield, to tackle terrorism and extremism. We're joined now by the director of the right of centre think tank, Policy Exchange, Dean Godson, and Raffaello Pantucci of the security think tank, the Royal United Services Institute. Welcome to both of you. From what you have seen of the parties policies, are you impressed? A lot of good stuff in there. Firstly, the national extremism commission, the issue of ideology and upstream extremists views on the national agenda, online extremism, powers, the new proposed powers, they are extremely welcome. The broader policies for national infrastructure... What would the commission do?.
BBC Parliament
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we will have a hospital ship as well to increase our policy to deliver aid around the world. John Prescott, you have been listening, what do you make of it? I welcome debates about anything, immigration is a very important issue. The real problems come into the solution, when you.
BBC Parliament
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It is not unsavoury and it is also not true. Nigel Farage talked about this. The fact is Ukip have been talking about these issues were last the last three years. This manifesto, our integration ideas and policies were launched last month. This manifesto was put to bed before the Manchester incident, so don't you dare accuse us of trying to be opportunist here. We are trying to respond to a serious issue in this country that frankly the other politicians can't even speak its name, can't bring themselves to say the words Islamist terrorism. That is pretty unsavoury too. Let's look at this one in, one out immigration policy, because your.
ITV
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BBC News 24
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what I am saying is that the politicians of this country are too cowardly at the moment to face up to what the real issue is. I think she must bear some responsibility, all politicians who voted against measures or for measures to make cuts bear some.
ITV
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that we know that the majority of radicalisation is actually taking place online and, again, I'm not, kind of, you know, distancing from that issue,the Imams and the religious leaders. distancing from that issue, the Imams and the religious leaders. distancing from that issue, the Imams and the religious leaders, our responsibility is to develop and even make more robust and clear the counter-narrative and the more we do that, the more chance we have of winning the extremist's narrative over
Sputnik International
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On the eve of Donald Trump's visit to Brussels the question on everyone's lips was whether the US president would raise the issue of a mandatory 2 percent contribution to NATO, RIA Novosti political analyst Vladimir Ardayev noted. It appears that the bloc members' worst fears have been confirmed.
BBC Parliament
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But as the blaming her personally for the attack, absolutely not, I am not doing that. What I am saying is that the politicians in this country are too cowardly at the moment to face up to what the real issue is. And Ukip's Deputy Chairman, Suzanne Evans, joins us now. I understand at that press launch, you said the Prime Minister Must bear some responsibility for what happened in Manchester"
BBC Parliament
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Please, please, please, please, let's be respectful. No, I am not accusing the Prime Minister, I say politicians of this country have been weak on this issue for many, many years. In terms of her record as Home Secretary, I think this is appalling, a Home Secretary who cut the number of police officers, cut the number of border guards, cut the number of prison officers. I'm sorry, it isn't a good record at all
BBC Parliament
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If someone said, "Do you mind if we splashed this across the New York Times?" Britain is very unlikely to say yes. My understanding is the source is it has come via liaison officers because the way it works is the US and UK have people embedded in each other's countries and the information is shared through them but somebody in one of the 16 US intelligence agencies, possibly homeland security, has shared it with media and that is what Theresa May is going to be taking issue with.
Bleacher Report
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His usage and shots per game are both considerably lower, and that two-point percentage is inexplicably bad, especially for someone who is the beneficiary of a lot of weak-side cuts and high-efficiency shots at the rim. Let's look closer at that two-point percentage in terms of shot distance: Regular season Playoffs 0-3 feet 66.4% 59.1% 3-10 feet 39.3% 14.3% 10-16 feet 47.4% 39.1% 16 feet 46.2% 38.1% Anything down low seems to be a major issue for Thompson, but at the rim he seems to be not that much worse than in the regular season, and he's been decent enough on long twos. But inside, with bigs patrolling the paint and the need for floaters and finger rolls requiring a deft shooter's touch, Thompson doesn't have his mojo right now. Let's also break this down by time remaining in the shot clock, because a rushed shooter means one who isn't maybe getting the best look.
Android Police
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Sky News
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this country can go, have gone and thank you for joining us. Very changed men and women -- many would-be jihadists from this country. I think that is true but I don't think that should be an invasion of the core issue. At the end of the day the fundamentalist approach, the terrorist approach, is to.
Sky News
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us is something else may happen, hence the threat level being at critical. You might absolutely. That was our issue on the day of 7/7 because the previous bombings in Madrid have been the first of two. We thought that might happen on 7/7 as well. In fact it turned out to be the 21st of July Whitney had those very sad.
Sky News
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I remember and you remember better than I, the time when there was leaking about the investigation them. To the frustration of the them Metropolitan Police Commissioner Ian Blair. It's always been an issue in all kinds of policing. I think what we have seen in the last couple of days from the Americans is of a completely different.
Channel 4
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On the issue of intelligence sharing, we have a special relationship with the USA, it is our deepest defence and security partnership that we have, of course, that partnership is built on trust, and part of that trust is knowing that intelligence can be shared, confidently. And I will be making clear to President Trump today that intelligence that is.
BBC News 24
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the very point of it. Nuclear submarine. Even worse. OK. Donald Trump was keen to use the Nato meeting to raise the issue of defence funding among member countries. But in the light of the Manchester attack, much of the discussion has been about combating terrorism. Nato has agreed to take a bigger role in the fight against so-called Islamic State. Here was President Trump speaking out on Monday's attack
Sky News
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What the administration has been doing, what Republicans have been doing is saying look, there's no this. There's absolutely no evidence of any collusion. . The issue here is the leaking of this information. They want to make that the story. It certainly fits with that narrative