The Economic Times
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This is far from invoking any 'nationalist' argument. But sensationalising issues based on anecdotal interviewsis unfair to India's most global and key industry, and a huge disservice to potential aspirants wishing to join it. Reports of mass layoffs are incorrect. Six lakh people were hired in the last three years, 50,000 in Q4 of 2016-17 alone by only the top five companies. The industry will be a net hirer in 2018. Performance-linked workforce realignment, which impacts less than 3 per cent of the workforce, has barely changed this year. Lower attrition, automation and the industry focus on innovation and enhanced efficiencies have seen a gentle deceleration in hiring growth rates — but on a growing base. Consequently, the industry expects to hire more people in the next eight years than it did in the previous eight. The oft-quoted McKinsey study that talks of one million existing jobs being destroyed in the future also points to 1.
South China Morning Post
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BBC News 24
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bring communities together in South Africa and other places. I think there's something we can all learn from Northern Ireland. Where the two big divides, the Nationalist tradition and the Unionist tradition, came together on a basis of recognising a different tradition each had. That's quite powerful
BBC News 24
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And how do you usually vote, if you don't mind me asking? Lib Dem. And will you vote for them this time? No. Why not? Because I want to vote tactically to try and keep the SNP out. 12 miles away, Glasgow is nationalist heartland. The city voted Yes in 2014,.
BBC News 24
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It's only three years since the independence referendum, with another one mooted and creating tensions. On the nationalist side, the No vote brought about the overwhelming SNP triumphs at the last general election. This time round, there's a sense that unionists may want to send a message, and that could benefit the party that spent decades in the Scottish political wilderness
BBC Two England
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12 miles away, Glasgow is nationalist heartland. The city voted Yes in 2014, and all its seats went SNP at the last general election. But at this month's local elections, even here, the Conservatives won some council seats. I find it strange because I don't know if you've noticed in the last.
Mondoweiss
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The annexation of Jerusalem's walled Old City and the villages in East Jerusalem captured in 1967 are considered a violation of UN resolutions and international law. The annual marking of Jerusalem Day , on May 24 this year, has become a raucous, nationalist demonstration of Israeli ownership of the city, in general, and the Muslim Quarter of the Old City, in particular. Tens of thousands of youths affiliated with religious Zionism march through the Muslim Quarter on their way to the Western Wall, waving Israeli flags and calling out slogans peppered with curses at the Palestinian residents hiding out in their shuttered homes. Instead of defending the Palestinians against these power-drunk youths, the police oblige merchants to close their shops along the parade route and to stay away. This year, to mark the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the “liberation of Jerusalem,” the police permitted the extension of the so-called dance of the flags to include the walls of the Old City from the Jaffa Gate to the Dung Gate.
BBC Parliament
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with us that people deserve' bet dealer at work, vote Labour. And if, like me you are angry as how nationalist has put our politics in a straight jacket you have to vote Labour. APPLAUSE.
BBC Parliament
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That's why it across Scotland people are angry about the push for a second independence referendum. They know it means more wasted years, the things that are really matter into people sacrificed on the altar of a dogmatic, nationalist agenda. Look at what happens when the voices of real people across Scotland are heard. Last.
Glastonbury Festival
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Since the dawn of time, people have gathered around fire to celebrate the human spirit. From the timeless magnetism of a crackling campfire to a 50 tonne spider shooting 60 foot flames into the night sky, this primal rite has remained constant through the ages. Born and bred on Glastonbury soil, Arcadia set off on a nomadic journey across continents. With a nationalist tide rising, the ultimate outsider, a giant fire breathing alien spider sought to explore the shared elements that bind us together, creating a vivid sensory world where people from all backgrounds and cultures could come together in an eruption of collective energy. Arcadia return home to Worthy Farm after having circumnavigated the globe twice in 2016. Gleaming with intensity, the iconic Spider is built from repurposed military and industrial hardware, with each piece telling its own story and every last bolt charged with the energy of thousands.
BBC Radio Ulster
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that's for politics is about but not everyone that shares that views Lucy, supporters tensioners and I don't think there's any messages will comprise 2% of Westminster university and so I made a difference with Sophie at the reality is it have to be a m people are saying that you will need to go to Westminster first thing SLP of February Weston stupid face stupid brexit will the reality is the brexit abusive really anything that happens and trans and gauche it will have it outside of the real dating for happened in the bathroom for the highest common and she has no popping corn into the top and associated but nothing but have no no friends either nationalist would say that a party the doors take receipt scan.
BBC Radio Ulster
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Devolution devolved assemblies coming back into focus in a different way and the store Westminster may well become less relevant to northern or the other way of looking at it this is not the time to abstain when you consider it up there such a pressing issues they have been the most obvious want to be addressed it's better to have a nationalist or Republican voice making the case against brexit in Westminster and getting stuck to and I can't always made going right back to the 19th century example of home rule nationalist making the case affect to be in Westminster because ultimately it will be Westminster that would be voting on these social issues and that they were better off I give me the case there done that engaging and Wild ultimately as symbolic.
BBC Radio Ulster
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just talked to you this morning I'm eating take pictures back to the start of it and the short of it at A Brief History of out of work this all started for Sinn Fein because since time began to feel the number of different candidates for by-election for taking place to try and defeat the constitutional Irish parliamentary party in Ireland 100 years ago which are caused it take the seeds out of Westminster Sinn Fein candidates were consisting of they would not take their seats if successful that they would have staying on this is quite a lot of people but it was used to sending nationalist MPs to Westminster and arguing the case for nationals of Irish national at Westminster Abbey choir novelty and the ship that took a lot of explaining as to what extent was the effective and what ward.
BBC Radio Ulster
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call Margaret that she cannot be with love but coming so soon after the assembly election and the Shinfield surgery will have to find harder than ever if they are still pleased 30 year winning streak is to continue gas Gordon reporting there from so excited I know when it comes to a battle for a Westminster sleep but between the nationalist parties question but Mum discussion the always takes places the idea of abstentionism Sinn Fein MPs of course don't take the seats in the House of Commons in is it more relevant this time with critics saying Sinn Fein will not be able to offer a proper anti brexit voiced by continuing at this policy up until 1986 the party adopted as abstentionist attitude to take your seats in the toilet well that use a reminder of the late rural broady.
BBC Radio Ulster
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find me and I look forward to many many people right across the constituency I respect of a political affiliation folding for mortgage Richie on June 8th because they will get an MP who will represent them but here in the constituency and in Westminster school largest Unionist party the dup is not represented this time by the well known Jim Wells book by a first timer 32 year old accountant Dianne Forsyth who says the election in March was a wake up call for your dinner stand strong feeling that I'm getting as I am on the doors that I'm speaking to people in the wider Unionist community and people are wanting to come out and be kind it and put the pro Union support on the target in sight I am and I would have something to do that because ultimately Llandudno booked any nationalist party is a vote against the.
BBC News 24
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particularly as Western governments seem to be more economically nationalist? I think what has happened after the event for us. A few years ago, before some of the political changes in the West as you described, we were already seeing that many other countries we worked with,.
BBC News 24
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open borders and free trade. Does the current political climate make it more difficult for you, particularly as Western governments seem to be more economically nationalist? I think what has happened after the event for us
BBC News 24
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while the Chinese appear to be the greatest defenders of open borders and free trade. Does the current political climate make it more difficult for you, particularly as Western governments seem to be more economically nationalist?.
The Economist - Business
2 days
IT IS heartening that the euro area has a knack for surviving near-fatal crises. Yet confidence in the durability of the single currency might be stronger if it suffered fewer of them. Europe dodged its latest bullet on May 7th in France, when Emmanuel Macron, a liberal-minded (by local standards) upstart centrist, defeated Marine Le Pen for the presidency. Even so, an avowed nationalist and Eurosceptic captured 34% of the vote, leaving Mr Macron with five years to assuage widespread frustration with the economic status quo. An obvious model lies just across the Rhine, where the unemployment ratebelow 4%, down from over 11% in 2005—is testimony to the potential for swift, dramatic change. Yet Germany’s performance will not be easy to duplicate. It would be unfair to call France the sick man of Europe; half the continent is wheezing or limping.
BBC Radio Wales
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party and these divisions were carried over into music the government policy was to use Karcher Evan other means of separating and dividing people because the nationalist government anything that would influence the society they would just stay there was a woman called of the hoskinson that you said to see when we made music and recorded the first sin build ask us who are we what types do we belong to and tell you I will still be used to analysis it to ya but singing it all languages ok what's inside when they say it was wrong but when you look back probably educated us more about who we were.
BBC Radio Wales
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out of sight Samsung going on so already knew all the way up on a site has been away the nationalist government had a limited understanding of the word roll music and play and it also the limited understanding of their power because they always understood their power to be in military police and sell so they Focus most of the energy centre.
The Herald
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KyivPost
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South China Morning Post
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