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NEW DELHI: India may urge the US to take its flagship oil and gas explorer ONGC out of the category of commercially active firms in Iran prior to US President Barack Obama's visit to New Delhi in January. Once a firm is classified as commercially ... IPA, 1 week ago

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India, Russia hold summit talks, to ink agreements | Police begin clearing Hong Kong protest site | Sensex closes 239 points down, oil stocks plunge | Three killed, six missing in China boats collision | ISL: Atletico make semis, to play Goa again | ...
 Chennai Online2 weeks ago


NEW DELHI: The government is planning to announce tougher carbon emission targets but Indian power companies are already ramping up installing high-efficiency supercritical machines apart from boosting green energy generation capacities. ...
 IPA Newspack.com2 weeks ago
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Foreign carmakers test the waters at Iran show

TEHRAN: Foreign automakers seeking a return to the potentially huge Iranian market with the lifting of international sanctions will find the business environment has changed: former joint venture partners now want to play the game by their own ...
 Qatar Peninsula3 weeks ago Automakers eyeing Iran's untapped auto market  Malay Mail3 weeks ago Foreign automakers find Iranian market has gone local  Bangladesh Daily Star3 weeks ago

The blessing in disguise? How sanctions have created a potentially powerful role for Iran's local automative industry

France's PSA Peugeot-Citroen and South Korea's Hyundai left the country altogether, while Renault continues to import parts and assemble cars in Tehran but at a fraction of former output. Total car production was 1.6 million in 2011, but it had ...
 Albawaba3 weeks ago

Bid to sabotage heavy water tanks foiled: Iran

ANKARA: Iran has foiled an attempt to sabotage tanks used for transporting heavy water, which is needed to run some nuclear reactors, and blames a foreign country for the incident, a senior official was quoted by local media as saying. The Islamic ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 month ago Iran says foils bid to sabotage nuclear heavy-water tanks - newspaper  Sharenet1 month ago Iran says it foiled bid to sabotage heavy-water tanks  CNTV1 month ago Iran says it foils bid to sabotage nuclear heavy-water tanks — newspaper  Jordan Times1 month ago

2014 health workshop broadens agenda from intellectual property to trade

MORE: As with previous workshops, this latest event was organized by the WTO Secretariat in close collaboration with the Secretariats of World Health Organization (WHO) and World Intellectual Property Organisation ...
 World Trade Organization3 weeks ago WTO World Trade Organization : 2014 health workshop broadens agenda from intellectual property to trade  4 Traders3 weeks ago
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How to Steal Data From an Airgapped Computer Using FM Radio Waves

By: Graham Cluley More and more organisations today have some airgapped computers, physically isolated from other systems with no Internet connection to the outside world or other networks inside their company. Security teams may have ...
 Infosec Island1 month ago

U.S. and Chinese leaders make major breakthrough on climate change; Russia-Iran nuclear reactor deal raises eyebrows; First Litigation Challenge to EPA's Greenhouse Gas Rule.

Summary Today's edition features a major breakthrough: a deal between the U.S. and China on climate. Hopefully, the two countries will deliver. Today's edition also addresses strategic issues, such as Iran's nuclear equipment and the GOP's will to ...
 John Lothian Newsletter1 month ago

Why the UAE should work with the world to protect food security and crop diversity

Why the UAE should work with the world to protect food security and crop diversity Posted by AG Reporter / November 11, 2014 5 Flares Twitter 5 Facebook 0 Google+ 0 LinkedIn 0 Pin It Share ...
 Arabian Gazette1 month ago
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