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Terrorism, climate change to top Narendra Modi's agenda in G20 Summit 14.11.2015 Asian Age: International
Prime Minister Narendra Modi showing his watch while addressing the Indian community at Wembley Stadium in London (Photo: PTI) French President cancelled his visit for the meeting in wake of the terror attacks Antalya: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to raise issues related to terrorism, climate change and global cooperation to unearth black money, among others, during the two-day G-20 Summit beginning tomorrow, where talks would be dominated by attacks in Paris and war in Syria. The Summit of leaders from 20 top economies of the world, being held at a time when the global economic growth is slowing down, is expected to be attended by US President Barack Obama, Russian President Vladimir Putin, British Prime Minister David Cameron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Chinese President Xi Jinping, among others. As world leaders congregate in this Turkish resort town, Friday night's ghastly terror attacks in Paris, ongoing war in nearby Syria, the migrant crisis in the region and the need for ...
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IIM Lucknow concludes summer placements for post-graduate programme in sustainability 14.11.2015 ET: Jobs
For the summer placements, only those companies which work in the field of sustainability, energy, environment, urban issues, smart cities.
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Terrorism, climate change to top Narendra Modi's agenda in G20 Summit 14.11.2015 Asian Age: International
Prime Minister Narendra Modi showing his watch while addressing the Indian community at Wembley Stadium in London (Photo: PTI) French President cancelled his visit for the meeting in wake of the terror attacks Antalya: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to raise issues related to terrorism, climate change and global cooperation to unearth black money, among others, during the two-day G-20 Summit beginning tomorrow, where talks would be dominated by attacks in Paris and war in Syria. The Summit of leaders from 20 top economies of the world, being held at a time when the global economic growth is slowing down, is expected to be attended by US President Barack Obama, Russian President Vladimir Putin, British Prime Minister David Cameron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Chinese President Xi Jinping, among others. As world leaders congregate in this Turkish resort town, Friday night's ghastly terror attacks in Paris, ongoing war in nearby Syria, the migrant crisis in the region and the need for ...
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No oil, Centre banks on gas for development of East 14.11.2015 ET: Oil & Gas
Bereft of oil so far, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas is banking on supplies of gas for development of the eastern region of the country.
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Soon, the well-off may have to forego their LPG subsidy 14.11.2015 Hindu: Cities
Centre planning to lift the sop for those making above Rs. 10 lakh annually: Venkaiah
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G20 summit: Terrorism, climate change to top Modi’s agenda 14.11.2015 Hindu: National
The host country has been pressing for a discussion at the 10th G20 Summit on the conflicts in Syria.
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Thomas Piketty calls for investors to divest from fossil fuels ahead of climate talks 14.11.2015 Guardian: Environment

Economist says Paris summit offers a decisive moment in history for investors to move out of the dirty fuels that put the ‘public’s wellbeing at risk’

Thomas Piketty has called for investors to move their money out of fossil fuels ahead of landmark UN climate change talks.

The French economist, along with ‘ecological economist’ Tim Jackson, authors of the respective bestselling books Capital in the Twenty-First Century and Prosperity Without Growth: economics for a finite planet, said that investors should divest from a sector with a business model “at odds with physical realities”.

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Airshow – Gulf Arabs focus on short-term military procurement needs | Reuters 14.11.2015 FirstPost: Bollywood

DUBAI Having rushed to war in Yemen just as oil prices sank, Gulf Arab militaries are in a thrifty mood.

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150 Acres Allotted for for Petroleum Varsity 14.11.2015 The New Indian Express - Andhra Pradesh - http://newindianexpress.com/states/andhra_pradesh/
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Delhi govt. trying to revive Bawana power plant 14.11.2015 Hindu: Delhi
The Delhi government’s attempts to revive the under-utilised gas-based power plant in Bawana seem to be bearing no results. Recently, the government had sought commitment from the three distributio...
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Oil down again; glut forces biggest weekly loss in 8 months | Reuters 14.11.2015 FirstPost: Bollywood

NEW YORK Oil slumped again on Friday, extending the week's loss to the largest in eight months, as swelling storage of crude on both land and sea pressured prices. Brent, the global benchmark for oil, settled down 1 percent and less than $2 from a new 6-1/2-year low. U.S.

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Promoters of Ratnagiri Gas and Power plan to infuse Rs 2,000 crore in beleaguered utility 14.11.2015 ET: Power
NTPC and GAIL together hold about 51% stake in RGPPL, which is being split into separate power and LNG companies.
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Gold: Indian Women Teach Modern Economists 14.11.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Oil down again; glut forces biggest weekly loss in 8 months 14.11.2015 Sify Finance
By Barani Krishnan
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Suu Kyi's NLD seals historic election win in Myanmar 14.11.2015 News
NLD secured 348 seats in the two Houses of parliament, enough to choose the country's next president without seeking support from any other political partyA quarter century after Myanmar's generals denied Aung San Suu Kyi (pictured) an election win, ...
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Oil set for sharp weekly loss as glut weighs 14.11.2015 News
The International Energy Agency said there was a record 3 billion barrels in tanks worldwide
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Stocks slip, copper hits 6-year low on China worries 14.11.2015 Sify Finance
By Caroline Valetkevitch
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Stocks slip, copper hits 6-year low on China worries | Reuters 14.11.2015 FirstPost: Bollywood

NEW YORK Global stock indexes fell on Friday amid a ream of disappointing corporate results and forecasts, while copper slid to a six-year low on persisting worries over a supply glut and slowing economic growth in China. Oil prices extended recent losses as supply concerns persisted.

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Big bang reforms in FDI welcome 13.11.2015 Asian Age: Editorial
Interestingly, FDI via the automatic route, which was applicable only to tea plantations, has been extended to five items — rubber, coffee, cardamom, olive and palm oil Interestingly, FDI via the automatic route, which was applicable only to tea plantations, has been extended to five items — rubber, coffee, cardamom, olive and palm oil The big bang reforms announcement of easing the investment environment to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) in 15 high-profile sectors underscores the possibility of initiating reforms that don’t need legislative approvals; the government should now maintain this momentum. These initiatives follow closely on the reforms in the power distribution sector announced last week. Among the sectors that will benefit are real estate, civil aviation and the non-news TV channels, direct-to-home companies and cable operator companies where there was a 75 per cent cap on FDI. The defence sector and private banks, left out earlier, have now been included. The 100 per cent ...
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Motorcycle diaries 13.11.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Motorcycle diaries
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