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Inflation accelerates to 13-mth high of 9.78 pc in Aug 14.9.2011 New Kerala: Sports India
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ADB trims India's growth forecast 14.9.2011 Asian Age: Business
Asia's emerging economies will grow robustly into 2012, led once again by China, although troubles in the United States, Europe and Japan will clip their momentum, the Asian Development Bank said in an updated economic outlook released on Wednesday The resilience of the region, which has led the world since the 2008-09 global financial crisis, means policymakers cannot relax in the fight against inflation even as global growth concerns overtake price pressures as the dominant economic risk. That will keep investors edgy and capital flows in Asia volatile -- both inflows on the region's outperformance and the chance of a sudden withdrawal if risk appetite is pared, the ADB said in its Asian Development Outlook 2011 Update. Despite global woes, growth will remain healthy across the region, the ADB said. Developing Asia -- made up of 45 countries in Central Asia, East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific -- is expected to grow 7.5 percent in 2011 and 2012. That is down from ...
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ADB cuts Asia growth outlook; alert on inflation 14.9.2011 Financial Express
ADB cuts Asia growth outlook; alert on inflation
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ADB trims Asia growth outlook, warns on inflation, flows 14.9.2011 Mint: Indicators
India is now likely to grow 7.9% and 8.3% - lower than forecasts made in April of 8.2 percent for this year and 8.8% for 2012
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Phnom Penh residents score landmark victory over proposed land grab 14.9.2011 The Guardian -- World Latest
Cambodian PM awards substantial chunk of land earmarked for property development to eviction-threatened locals Thousands of Cambodians threatened with eviction from land skirting Phnom Penh's Boeung Kak lake have scored a landmark victory, it has emerged. On 17 August, shortly after the World Bank froze all future loans to Cambodia over plans to allow a property developer to build flats and shops on the land, prime minister Hun Sen - who dislikes aid conditionalities - issued a special sub-decree awarding 12.44 hectares of the land to lakeside residents. David Pred, Cambodian director of the international NGO Bridges Across Borders , hailed this sudden change of government policy as "a human rights victory that has stopped a massive forced eviction and land grab". The Shukaku lake development project acquired the 133-hectare (329 acre) Boeung Kak lakeside site from the municipal authorities on a 99-year lease. Lao Meng Khin, the Shukaku director, is closely linked to the prime ...
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ADB trims India growth forecast 14.9.2011 Deccan Herald: Business
The Asian Development Bank trimmed most of its 2011 and 2012 growth forecasts for the region while noting that Asia's emerging economies are showing resilience in the face of the darkening global environment.
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Libya's new rulers to probe war crimes allegations 14.9.2011 Asian Age: International
Libya's new rulers promised to investigate allegations of 'serious abuses' including war crimes as their position was consolidated when the World Bank recognised them as the official government. The National Transitional Council was responding to a report released Tuesday by London-based human rights watchdog Amnesty International that accused the fighters who brought down the Gaddafi regime. The NTC acknowledged "a small number of incidents involving those opposed to Gaddafi" and vowed to investigate Amnesty's allegations. Amnesty said in the first days of the uprising groups of anti-Gaddafi protesters killed a number of captured soldiers and suspected mercenaries. "Some were beaten to death, at least three were hanged, and others were shot dead after they had been captured or had surrendered," Amnesty said. "The NTC is facing a difficult task of reining in opposition fighters and vigilante groups responsible for serious human rights abuses, including possible war crimes, but has ...
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Chandy moves ahead from 100 days to 1 year 14.9.2011 TOI: All Headlines
Chandy moves ahead from 100 days to 1 year
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Developing Asia's growth to slow: ADB 14.9.2011 Financial Chronicle

Asia's developing economies will post slower-than-expected growth this year and in 2012 as key trading partners reduce orders amid worries about the global economy, a report said today.

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ADB cuts Asia outlook; alert on inflation 14.9.2011 Top Headlines
The update of the Development Outlook, which was released in April, includes increases in inflation forecasts for this year.
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Bhabha Centre officials to advise Bengal's science panels 14.9.2011 New Kerala: World News
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Developing Asia's growth to slow: ADB 14.9.2011 Doordarshan
Asia's developing economies will post slower-than-expected growth this year and in 2012 as key trading partners reduce orders amid worries about the global economy, a report said on Wednesday.
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Nikkei opens higher but gains may be temporary 14.9.2011 CNN-IBN: Business
Growing worries about weak demand from key trading partners including the US and Europe prompted the Asian Development Bank to announce on Wednesday that it is trimming its forecast for economic growth in developing Asian countries.
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FM tip to tackle global crisis 14.9.2011 Telegraph: Business
New Delhi, Sept. 13: Finance minister Pranab Mukherjee today called for collective action to deal with the global financial crisis as the Euro Zone debt situation and economic conditions in the US were weighing down growth and jacking up prices in the emerging economies.
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Government goes back on its ambitious plan of 24 hour online incorporation of companies 14.9.2011 ET: Infotech
In a bid to simplify procedures under the Companies Act, the govt had said that companies could be floated online within 24 hours effective from August 11.
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My fossil fuels, your land 13.9.2011 India Together - Environment

The BioCarbon Fund promises to plant trees across a swathe of Himachal Pradesh, amidst questions about the environmental value and fairness of the program. Sudhirendar Sharma reports.
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World Bank looks to South African climate talks 13.9.2011 TOI: All Headlines
World Bank looks to South African climate talks
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My fossil fuels, your land 13.9.2011 India Together
The BioCarbon Fund promises to plant trees across a swathe of Himachal Pradesh, amidst questions about the environmental value and fairness of the program. Sudhirendar Sharma reports.
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India`s next boom town - Patna! 13.9.2011 Zee News : States
The latest hub of international and national luxury brands is the P&M mall in Patna, owned by Bollywood filmmaker Prakash Jha.
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Patna emerging luxe centre in eastern India 13.9.2011 CNN-IBN: India
Guess where luxury brands like Biba, Sabhyata, Mufti and Bossini are headed? Bihar's capital Patna, which has undergone a major image change in the last six years since Nitish Kumar became the state's chief minister.
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