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Victims of urbanisation: India, Indonesia and China 15.6.2012 Rediff: Business
The island city of Indonesia serves as a grim reminder of the urban squalor that awaits most Asian cities.
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State-owned centres to train teachers 15.6.2012 The Telegraph : Bihar
The state education department has decided to hire the services of government-owned teachers' training centres to groom teachers working in government schools.
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Bangladesh's Brac receives large aid boost from UK and Australia 14.6.2012 The Guardian -- World Latest
Brac given £358m over five years to help meet millennium development goals and lift Bangladeshis out of extreme poverty The Department of International of Development (DfID) will funnel a significant portion of its aid to Bangladesh through Brac , one of the world's largest NGOs, allowing it to decide how to spend the money. Under a strategic partnership agreement signed on Wednesday, Brac will receive £358m over five years from DfID and AusAid, the Australian equivalent, to help Bangladesh reach its millennium development goals (MDGs). The UK is set to spend an average of £250m in Bangladesh annually until 2015 , when the MDGs expire. Under the agreement, Brac will receive over the next five years £226m from DfID and £132m from AusAid. The deal was signed in London by Andrew Mitchell, the secretary for international development, John Dauth, the Australian high commissioner, and Sir Fazle Abed, the chairman and founder of Brac, formerly known as the Bangladesh rural advancement ...
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Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation pins hope to World Bank to control death on tracks 14.6.2012 TOI: Mumbai
Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation pins hope to World Bank to control death on tracks
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Who is Pranab Mukherjee? 14.6.2012 NDTV National
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Residents apprehensive about sea erosion 14.6.2012 TOI: All Headlines
Residents apprehensive about sea erosion
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Third round of Indo-US strategic dialogue: Joint statement 14.6.2012 NDTV National
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World Bank goes bullish on India's growth story 14.6.2012 deccanherald.com
World Bank goes bullish on India's growth story
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World Bank, European Commission likely to help Biharin training teachers 14.6.2012 TOI: Patna
World Bank, European Commission likely to help Biharin training teachers
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Satellite imaging of state’s seven towns completed 14.6.2012 TOI: Patna
Satellite imaging of state’s seven towns completed
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Education appeal to Bank 14.6.2012 The Telegraph : Bihar
Patna, June 13: The Bihar government has approached World Bank for a loan to impart training to teachers in government schools, chief minister Nitish Kumar said today.
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Barun Roy: Welcome to Java City 14.6.2012 Business Standard: Today
As world leaders descend once again on Rio de Janeiro next week to take stock of global reality since they last met there for the first UN Earth Summit in 1992, Asia is again the focus of attention.
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Shankar Acharya: Myanmar's economy - some glimpses 14.6.2012 Business Standard: Today
Sixty years ago, Myanmar (then Burma) was one of the economically better off countries in Asia, with abundant and valuable resources of forests, gems and minerals, major exports of rice from the fertile Irrawaddy delta and an average income higher than nearly all Asian nations other than Japan.
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The Mint Report for 13 June 2012 13.6.2012 Mint: Indicators
Rcom gets a nod for an IPO; India Inc reacts to policy paralysis; Markets end flat
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Andrew Mitchell praises Malawi but holds back on budget support aid 13.6.2012 The Guardian -- World Latest
The UK development secretary backs Malawi president Joyce Banda but stops short of full restoration of bilateral aid Andrew Mitchell, the international development secretary, has praised Joyce Banda, Malawi's new president, for her "brave reforms", but stopped short of announcing a firm date for when Britain will resume its general aid programme. Mitchell, who visited heavily aid dependent Malawi last month, said on Wednesday that Banda had grasped the nettle and devalued the Kwacha by 50% on advice from the IMF. Although necessary, the move put strains on Malawians, he said, and Britain had responded by bringing forward £33m in aid to provide medicines, seeds and fertiliser. In an appearance before MPs of the international development committee, Mitchell also praised Banda – who came to power in April after the death of Bingu wa Mutharika, her autocratic predecessor – for ditching "bad laws", improving human rights, and getting rid of the presidential jet and other "fripperies" . ...
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Bihar to seek WB loan 13.6.2012 Zee News : States
Bihar government will seek loan from World Bank to provide training to school teachers.
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Indian economy to grow by 6.9pc in fiscal 2012-13: World Bank 13.6.2012 New Kerala: Sports India
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World Bank warns developing nations to brace up for weak growth amid Euro crisis 13.6.2012 New Kerala: India News
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Depoliticise state institutions: Imran Khan 13.6.2012 Zee News : South Asia
Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chief Imran Khan declared his support for devolution- giving power to people at the grassroots level.
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Where is Enjolras? We, in India, need him badly 13.6.2012 Oneindia.in: News
"A great leader's courage to fulfill his vision comes from passion, not position."John Maxwell on Leadership Slamming the establishment is something we all cherish to do, but when it comes repeatedly from a person like Azim Premji, then we must
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