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EU leaders agree investment package to boost economy

EU leaders agree investment package to boost economy

19 Dec 2014

Brussels: European Union leaders endorsed a new investment programme intended to kick-start economic growth in the bloc at a summit in Brussels, which its chairman said would end late on Thursday, half a day earlier than planned.

European Union,   economic growth,   European Council President Donald Tusk ,  
Italian presidency race begins as Napolitano announces to quit

Italian presidency race begins as Napolitano announces to quit

17 Dec 2014

Rome: Italian President Giorgio Napolitano has announced he will leave office within weeks, well before the expiry of his term in 2020, setting the stage for the election of a new head of state.

Italy,   Italian President,   Giorgio Napolitano,   European Union ,  
World lauds US-Cuba surprise move to restore ties

World lauds US-Cuba surprise move to restore ties

18 Dec 2014

London: World community on Thursday hailed as a "historical turning point" the surprise move by the US to end more than 50 years of hostility towards Communist Cuba and restore diplomatic relations.

US,   Cuba,   Bilateral Ties,   Pope Francis,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Cuban President,   Raul Castro,   UN Chief,   Ban Ki-Moon,   European Union,  
EU court strikes Hamas from terror blacklist

EU court strikes Hamas from terror blacklist

17 Dec 2014

Luxembourg: The Palestinian Islamic militant group Hamas must be removed from the EU's terrorism blacklist, but its assets will stay frozen for the time being, a European court ruled on Wednesday.

Islamic militant group,   Hamas,   Terrorism blacklist,   European court,   Israel ,  
Disappointed over Indian SC decision to deny marine's plea: EU

Disappointed over Indian SC decision to deny marine's plea: EU

17 Dec 2014

Brussels: The European Union has voiced disappointment over the Indian Supreme Court's decision to deny the plea of murder accused Italian marine Massimiliano Latorre seeking extension of his stay in Italy on health grounds and his fellow marine's permission to travel there for Christmas.

India,   Supreme Court,   European Union,   Italian Marine,   Massimiliano Latorre ,  
Iran nuclear talks resume in Geneva

Iran nuclear talks resume in Geneva

17 Dec 2014

Geneva: World powers resumed negotiations with Iran over Tehran's disputed nuclear programme, more than three weeks after they last met and gave themselves another seven months to strike a deal.

Iran nuclear talks,   Tehran disputed nuclear programme,   world powers negotiations,   UN Security Council,   P5+1,   European Union,  
EU hopes to seal free trade pact with India next year

EU hopes to seal free trade pact with India next year

14 Dec 2014

Mumbai: The Free Trade Agreement between India and the European Union is expected to materialise next year once the country finalises its new foreign trade policy, a top official has said.

European Union,   EU,   Ambassador Joao Cravinho,   Europe,   India,  Commerce and Industry Minister,   Nirmala Sitharman,  
Mahindra eyes West <strong>European</strong> markets for electric vehicles

Mahindra eyes West European markets for electric vehicles

05 Dec 2014

Kolkata: With not-so-encouraging sale of its electric vehicles on the home turf, leading commercialand passenger automobile company Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) is eyeing the export markets of Western Europe, an official of the company said.

Mahindra & Mahindra,   M&M,   West European markets,   Norway,   UK,   France,   Electric vehicles,   Pawan Goenka,   West Bengal government ,  
Hot Bhubaneswar a concern for <strong>European</strong> teams in CT

Hot Bhubaneswar a concern for European teams in CT

05 Dec 2014

Bhubaneswar: Winter has set in but the relatively high temperatures prevalent here, especially in the day time, have become a major concern for the European teams participating in the FIH Champions Trophy which will start from on Saturday.

European hockey teams,   FIH Champions Trophy,   Kalinga Stadium ,  
2015 to see turnaround in salary; 10.5 percent hike for Indians: Report

2015 to see turnaround in salary; 10.5 percent hike for Indians: Report

12 Dec 2014

New Delhi: A turnaround is expected globally during 2015 in terms of salary, with companies in India likely to dole out an average pay hike of 10.5 percent, says a report.

salary,   pay hike,   salary forecast,   inflation rates,   Asian economies,   Malaysia,   China,   Singapore,   European markets,  

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