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Indian American charged with stealing trade secrets 5.2.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Hacking into the mind of the CRU hacker 5.2.2010 Guardian: Environment
Analysis suggests the hacker was in east coast of America and operated over a number of days, but much remains unknown Figuring out who was behind the hack of the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia requires some digital forensic skills – and an insight into the mindset of those who were trying to get at CRU's files at the time. Analysis by the Guardian and digital forensics experts suggests that an outside hacker gained access to a server at the UEA which held backups of CRU emails and a collection of staff documents. It also suggests the access occurred over a period of days, if not weeks, and was carried out from a computer based on the east coast of north America. The release of hacked emails and documents ...
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UK, India agree on civil N-coop text 5.2.2010 The Frontier Post --- Top Stories
LONDON (Reuters): Britain and India have reached an outline agreement on cooperation in the nuclear fuel sector, British Business Secretary Peter Mandelson ...
ISSUE OF KASHMIR AND SOLIDARITY DAY 5.2.2010 A Pakistan News
Kashmir dispute is main reason of tension between India and Pakistan. It has badly affected trade and economic development of South Asia, over decades this crucial issue is waiting for a peaceful solution .During this period large number of conferences and seminars were held in which many solutions and suggestions were presented for its peaceful [...]
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IMF asks out of woods India to go for financial sector reforms 5.2.2010 New Kerala: World News
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India, Britain agree on long-delayed text of nuclear deal 5.2.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Sense of decline 4.2.2010 Telegraph: Opinion
Sense of decline
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Opportunities in the Gulf 4.2.2010 Mint: Their View
Hydrocarbon-rich United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait and Oman have grown 20-25% annually in recent years, riding on an unprecedented surge in oil prices
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MOSTLY CRAPPY JOBS IN OUR FUTURE 4.2.2010 The Moderate Voice
The U.S. economy has shed an unprecedented number of jobs during the past 2 years and it will probably continue losing a steady stream of jobs over the next decade in all industries. Most of these jobs will never return because of changing technology, increased robotics and massive outsourcing overseas. The U.S. private [...]
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Predictions Are Hard, Especially About the Future 4.2.2010 The Atlantic - Matthew Ygblesias
Tom Friedman is bullish on China “First, a simple rule of investing that has always served me well: Never short a country with $2 trillion in foreign currency reserves.” Felix Salmon notes that this is a bad rule of thumb: In fact, if you decided to short only countries whose foreign exchange reserves reached some large proportion [...]
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India, UK agree on text of civil nuclear deal: Mandelson 4.2.2010 Hindustan Times: World
India and the UK have agreed on the text of a landmark civil nuclear deal and a formal pact may be signed within a week, Britain's Business Secretary Lord Peter Mandelson announced today.
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NRI charged with stealing trade secrets in US 4.2.2010 Hindustan Times: News
An Indian-origin man in New York has been charged with stealing trade secrets from his employer pharma company Bristol-Myers-Squibb as part of a plan to establish his own pharmaceutical firm in India.
BlackBerry wins patent battle with Motorola in Britain 4.2.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Ethiopia to Indian firms: end dispute or lose contract 4.2.2010 New Kerala: World News
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'China too has a role to play in Nepal' 4.2.2010 Hindustan Times: News
Though Nepal has traditionally looked towards India but China too has some role to play in this Himalayan nation, Ambassador-nominated to Nepal has told US lawmakers.
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Drugmaker employee in NY charged with trade theft 4.2.2010 SFGate: Business & Technology
Drugmaker employee in NY charged with trade theft
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Rebound continues 4.2.2010 Hindu: Opinion
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Drumbeat: February 3, 2010 3.2.2010 The Oil Drum
Exxon Dives Deep into High-Risk Exploration Hardly known as a wildcatter, Exxon Mobil Corp. is searching for oil in most of the world's regions where high-risk exploration is under way, even as other big oil companies are being more selective and cutting capital spending. So far, though, Exxon has little to show from its exploration campaign and needs to make large discoveries soon to justify the increased spending. Exxon has "tried to put a tiger in the exploration hat," said Neil Mc Mahon, a Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. analyst. But it has "only pulled out a fluffy bunny so far." The chief of Oman’s main gas transportation firm called for the development of a regional GCC gas pipeline network, but said higher local gas prices would be ...
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Wherever It Exists, Socialized Medicine is Popular 3.2.2010 The Atlantic - Matthew Ygblesias
Michael Steele promises that the GOP will protect Medicare. Scott Brown says he’ll vote against a national health care plan because Massachusetts already has a good one. And in the UK, you’ve got campaign posters like this from the Tories: Whenever and wherever it’s put into place, universal health care proves popular and enduring.
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Drumbeat: February 3, 2010 3.2.2010 NewsTrust Yahoo Pipes Feed
Exxon Dives Deep into High-Risk Exploration Hardly known as a wildcatter, Exxon Mobil Corp. is searching for oil in most of the world's regions where high-risk exploration is under way, even as other big oil companies are being more selective and cutting capital spending. So far, though, Exxon has little to show from its exploration campaign and needs to make large discoveries soon to justify the increased spending. Exxon has "tried to put a tiger in the exploration hat," said Neil Mc Mahon, a Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. analyst. But it has "only pulled out a fluffy bunny so far." The chief of Oman’s main gas transportation firm called for the development of a regional GCC gas pipeline network, but said higher local gas prices would be ...
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