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Rohingya crisis: Mass exodus a 'humanitarian catastrophe', can raise security risks for the world, says report
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Rohingya crisis: Mass exodus a 'humanitarian catastrophe', can...

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IMF warns on brewing risks in China's financial system

The International Monetary Fund today warned of brewing risks in China's banking system as it found dozens of crucial lenders needed to beef up their defences against possible financial crises.The IMF report comes a day after regulators in Beijing drafted new ...
 Business Standard4 days ago
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Internal polls in Indian parties a farce: Jagdeep Chhokar

Since 1999, the Association of Democratic Reforms, an NGO, has dedicated itself to the cause of ushering political and electoral reforms in India. In a freewheeling chat with DNA, one of its founding members Jagdeep Chhokar says people’s faith in the ...
 DNA1 day ago
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If you take flights in India, please read this interview

'DGCA cares a damn for human life.' Yeshwant Shenoy is determined to ensure the safety of fliers in India. The Ernakulam lawyer has been doggedly highlighting various lacunae in the norms and laws governing India's civil aviation sector. Shenoy, who has taken on India's civil aviation regulator, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation after the unfortunate Mangalore airport air crash in 2010, in a writ petition (pdf file) dated December 4, 2017, has sought a stay from the Delhi high court on ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

Steinhoff accounting scandal sinks shares, CEO exits

By TJ Strydom JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Steinhoff International's shares crashed on Wednesday after it revealed accounting irregularities and its CEO quit, shocking investors who had backed the rapid reinvention of a South African furniture chain into an ...
 Sify5 days ago

IMF approves new USD 88 bn credit line for Mexico

The International Monetary Fund announced today it has approved a new USD 88 billion credit line for Mexico, replacing the existing line.The two-year flexible credit line boosts Mexico's ability to immediately deal with a potential need for liquidity, without ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Officials: Trump mulls calling Jerusalem Israel's capital

President Donald Trump is considering recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital, a highly charged declaration that risks inflaming tensions across the Middle East, officials said today.The announcement would be a way to offset a likely decision delaying his ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

McLaren says Russia risks worse doping sanctions

Richard McLaren, who produced two reports on Russian sports doping, said that the country is risking heavier punishment with its continued denials of state involvement.Speaking to journalists at the "Play The Game" conference on integrity in sports in ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

NASA to measure orbital debris around space station

NASA is set to launch a sensor on December 4 to measure orbital debris around the International Space Station (ISS).Research from this investigation -- set to travel on a SpaceX cargo mission -- could help lower the risk to human life and critical hardware by ...
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Gym Rats, please read this!

Taking up heavy exercise without being conditioned for it may expose one to risks like rhabdo, warns Ranjita Ganesan.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com It is not uncommon for boys in their late teens or early 20s to want to sport formidable muscles. Several indulge in aggressive body-building, relying on a high-protein diet. They could frequent just about any upscale building in the city for this, as most of these are equipped with a gym, Herculean trainers and big jars of supplements.
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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