Four-time winners Italy will miss out on the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia after they could only draw 0-0 with Sweden at the San Siro in the second leg of their play-off on Monday... [Read More]
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A consortium of seven banks had extended multi-crore credits to the Kanpur-based firm, Rotomac, and its related companies from 2008 onwards. Vikram Kothari is the chairman and managing director of Rotomac. [Read More]
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A Latvian bank threatened with U.S. sanctions for allegedly conducting a global money laundering scheme, including for companies connected to North Korea's missile program, is seeking more than a half billion dollars in government bailout money. [Read More]
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Even after ISIS is substantially defeated, the Trump administration will allow troops remain in Syria indefinitely without new congressional authorization. [Read More]
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Education Minister Naftali Bennett spoke out in favor of keeping the government together until the people vote otherwise. [Read More]
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Saudi authorities released the men in a boat in Iranian waters on Wednesday. [Read More]
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The school maintains it was not their choice... [Read More]
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From a hands on perspective to world-class drivers of change, HIMSS18 is poised to drive real change in today's complex healthcare system. [Read More]
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In his cinematic pursuits, filmmaker Ismail Basbeth likes to walk a fine line between commercial and art movies. [Read More]
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The Finance Ministrys Directorate General of the Treasury signed on Wednesday a cooperation agreement with the Association of State-Owned Banks (Himbara) to allow government working units to use credit cards for their expenses as part of an effort to improve transparency in the bureaucracy. [Read More]
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President Joko Jokowi Widodo has redeemed a deluxe box set of Metallicas album, Master of Puppets to avoid gratuity, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) spokesperson, Febri Diyansyah, said. [Read More]
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An avalanche of mud and rocks buried dozens of people in Brebes, Central Java, on Thursday. At least five people are feared dead in Pasirpanjang village, Salem district, Brebes, where the landslide occurred, while 20 others were reportedly injured and 15 others remain missing. [Read More]
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We have seen many situations where companies have had multiple activists holding their stock at the same time, not necessarily as part of a coordinated "wolfpack" effort, but simply because they all saw a similar opportunity. In Europe, where activism is still relatively rare, competition is... [Read More]
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The Rev. Billy Graham's body will lie in honor at the U.S. Capitol next week, House Speaker Paul D. Ryan said Thursday. Mr. Graham, an evangelical Christian dubbed "America's Pastor" for his prominence in America's faith life in the late 20th Century, died earlier this week. "In recognition of Rev. ... [Read More]
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Read more about Terror funding: Saudi, China, Turkey blocked US move against Pak at FATF on Business Standard. Saudi Arabia, it said was acting on behalf of the Gulf Cooperation Council... [Read More]
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The Enzo Ferrari Museum, dedicated to Enzo Anselmo Ferrari, held a photo exhibition to celebrate the 120th anniversary of the birth of the race car driver and founder of Italian sports car manufacturer Ferrari. The exhibition opened on Feb. 19. [Read More]
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Publicly listed nickel miner PT Vale Indonesia, a local subsidiary of Brazilian mining giant Vale SA, saw its production fall slightly last year to 76,807 metric tons of nickel in matte from the 77,581 metric tons it booked in 2016. [Read More]
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Spotifys co-founders are taking a page from the Google-Facebook playbook, with plans to maintain control over the music service after its stock listing by holding shares with super voting power, according to three people with knowledge of the matter. [Read More]
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Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati has said several regulations are being revised to provide more tax incentives to businesspeople interested in investing in the country. [Read More]
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British singer Dua Lipa is scheduled to perform in Asia as part of her The Self-Titled tour in May. [Read More]
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