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for34against   मैं भारत में राजनीतिक स्थिति के साथ संतुष्ट हूँ. संकोच के कारण. उदाहरण के लिए, यह क्योंकि ... (अगर मैं क्यों लिखना चाहता था, मैं इसे यहाँ लिखा है), positive
for1against   Wieder so ein gelobtes Land der Industrie!Bis die religiösen Unruhen die Investitionen gefährden., SEPP
for1against   Hier werden von den Heuschrecken die Arbeitsplätze aus der BRD hin exportiert., SEPP
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Interpreting India's 2009 election


In chastising only the Hindu nationalist BJP, Haroon Siddiqui betrays his bias toward India's Islamist groups, the authoritarian mullahs and their pro-Iran agenda. These Islamists too were wiped out along with their Communist allies, particularly the CPM. The Communists made an electoral alliance with Islamic fundamentalists and the Jamaat-e-Islami. More than the BJP, it was the CPM-Islamist grouping that got trashed by voters.In Kerala, where the CP Front held 19 out of 20 seats going into the election, the Left Front was reduced to a mere five seats. In West Bengal, the other bastion of the ...


The mainstreaming of India’s Muslim population


It’s time Muslims – who comprise 13.4 per cent of India’s population – assert themselves as part of the national mainstream and its politics. As India goes to the polls, Sareshwala says, ‘Muslims’ victim-centric mentality must end.’ Indeed, he urges Muslims to be part of the fast-growing economy ‘I pray five times a day and sport a beard, but I will never vote for a candidate only because he is a Muslim — not even the most pious maulana,’ he asserts. Also, after the November 26, 2008, attacks in Mumbai, people understand that not ...


INDIA ELECTION EYE


The following is a snapshot of recent developments in India's general election campaign. Nitish Kumar, a key ally of the main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party in Bihar state, denied speculation he is open to joining a Congress-led coalition after the election. Kumar, who heads Bihar's ruling Janata Dal (United) party, said: "It's both unfounded and without any basis." Bihar is a possible swing state in the general election and counts for 40 seats in parliament. (Times of India)Congress may ask its foreign minister Pranab Mukherjee to broker an alliance with the ruling party's former leftist ...


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EU weakens plan on bank protection, risks ECB clash on bad loans
By Francesco Guarascio BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission proposed on Wednesday watered-down measures to help guard European Union banks against future crises, after two years of fruitless talks among the 28 EU states on more ambitious plans. The new proposals were designed to win over Germany, the EU's largest economy and the staunchest opponent of sharing banking risks among EU states, but the German banking lobby quickly dismissed them. The proposals could also slow the European Central Bank's plans to reduce the exposure of banks to bad loans. Shares of Italian banks rose, since they would face big losses if the EU mandated they quickly unload bad debts [nL8N1MM4Q8]. The Commission proposal would reduce the sharing of banking risks and set strict conditions that states must meet before their banks gain access to safety nets funded at the EU level. Those changes were intended to placate Germany, whose departing finance minister, Wolfgang Schaeuble, repeatedly argued
Exclusive: Monsanto settles GM cotton dispute with three Indian seed firms
By Mayank Bhardwaj NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Three leading Indian cotton seed makers have settled an intellectual property dispute with Monsanto Co over its genetically modified (GM) seed technology, partly ending a legal tussle that has drawn in the Indian and U.S. governments. Ajeet Seeds, Kaveri Seed Co Ltd and Ankur Seeds were among six Indian companies that delayed payments to Monsanto, demanding a cut in royalties they paid to the U.S. firm to licence its technology. "The arbitration proceedings with each of these (three) companies have concluded by way of consent orders which record the mutually discussed and accepted settlement terms," Shilpa Divekar Nirula, CEO of Monsanto India, wrote in a letter to India's farm minister last month, and seen by Reuters. A ministry spokesman said he was not aware of the letter. The dispute sparked a series of government actions that prompted the world's biggest seed company to withdraw from some businesses in India, one of the world's most im
Exclusive: PBF's split with PDVSA grows as U.S. refiner halts direct deals
By Marianna Parraga HOUSTON (Reuters) - The fifth largest U.S. buyer of Venezuelan crude, PBF Energy Inc, has halted direct purchases from state-run oil company PDVSA, according to four sources, deepening a rift amid sanctions on the OPEC-member country. PBF is the second buyer in as many months to go elsewhere for its oil and further disagreements could spell new hardships for PDVSA, which owes bondholders $1.2 billion in debt payments due this month. Venezuela relies on oil for over 90 percent of export revenue and U.S. refiners are among its largest cash-paying customers. In August, the Trump administration imposed sanctions on Venezuela, in part barring new financial arrangements with PDVSA. Those restrictions have banks refusing to issue letters of credit needed to assure some oil sales. PBF notified PDVSA last month it "is not going to take any more Venezuelan crude cargoes" from the state-run firm, said a PDVSA source who could not be identified because the information wa
Hong Kong leader says Asian financial hub faces "grave" challenges
By Donny Kwok and James Pomfret HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam warned in her maiden policy speech on Wednesday that the city faced "grave" challenges and must develop a more diversified economy, unveiling a mix of housing and tax relief policies to raise competitiveness. Hong Kong, one of the world's costliest cities, has battled rising income inequality, the slow implementation of marquee public projects, political tensions with its mainland China and a slide in its competitiveness. "In the face of competition from other economies as well as the rise of protectionism in recent years, Hong Kong is facing increasingly grave challenges. We must develop a high value-added and diversified economy," Lam said. Hong Kong has seen its lucrative position as the world's gateway to China eroded as the mainland rapidly builds up its own ports, airlines and financial powerhouses, and opens its markets to foreign investors. Lam said she would bolster support for sm



 
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