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LDF restrains MLAs from visiting US for leadership meet

CPI(M) and CPI in Kerala have denied permission to three of their MLAs to visit the United States to participate in the 'International Visitor Leadership Programme', for which they have been selected along with some Congress and Indian Union Muslim ... Business Standard, 49 minutes ago

US perturbed over curb on media freedom

The US today asked Sri Lanka to take immediate steps to ensure the protection of fundamental rights of journalists and for all citizens after a journalism training session for Tamil scribes here was disrupted for the third time since May by ...
 Business Standard19 minutes ago AFP - SriLanka-US-media-press-rights-Tamils  Namibia Press Agency31 minutes ago Protect journalists, US tells Sri Lanka  Prokerala49 minutes ago

US STOCKS-Futures point to flat open, but M&A supports

* Dollar Tree offers to buy Family Dollar for $9.2 bln * June pending home sales on tap, seen rising 0.5 pct * S&P 500 less than 1 percent from intraday record * Futures up: Dow 1 pt, S&P 0.5 pt, Nasdaq 5.5 pts (Updates prices, adds Zillow acquisition) By ...
 Sify5 minutes ago US STOCKS-Futures flat with S&P 500 near record levels  Sify1 hour ago

Amway India CEO released on bail

Direct-selling company Amway India said its MD and CEO William S Pinckney has been released on bail, two months after his arrest by Andhra Pradesh Police in connection with criminal cases registered against the firm in the state. A spokesperson of Amway said Pinckney has been granted bail in all the cases in Andhra Pradesh. Commenting on the development in a joint statement, Amway Chairman Steve Van Andel and President Doug DeVos said: "The release of Amway India CEO Bill Pinckney is a ...
 Rediff.com5 minutes ago

Aruba releases Venezuelan official wanted by US

CARACAS: A Venezuelan ex-military intelligence chief arrested by Aruba at the United States' request on drug trafficking charges was freed on Sunday and quickly returned home to Caracas, authorities said. Retired major general Hugo Carvajal had ...
 The Gulf Today9 hours ago Venezuelan ex-intel chief sought by US freed in Aruba, now home  Yahoo! Maktoob News10 hours ago Aruba to release Venezuelan diplomat sought by US  Sify13 hours ago Venezuela says alleged narco general will not be extradited to U.S.  Miami Herald14 hours ago

Israel loses its heroic sheen

Israel is no longer the valiant and beleaguered underdog, but increasingly seen as an increasingly arrogant oppressor seeking to crush another old nation under its jackboots, says Mohan Guruswamy. The Israeli assault on Gaza is horrific in its ferocity and far exceeds any limits of justifiable and even acceptable retribution. There was once an image of the Israelis being a people of heroic dimensions and sterling character forged by the many tyrannies that the Jewish Diaspora suffered, ...
 Rediff.com12 minutes ago

AFP - US-IT-Internet-housing-merger-Zillow-Trulia

US-IT-Internet-housing-merger-Zillow-Trulia Contributed by NAMPA / AFP. Zillow buys real estate rival Trulia for $3.5 bn WASHINGTON, July 28, 2014 (AFP) - Online real estate website Zillow announced Monday it was buying rival Trulia in a $3.5 ...
 Namibia Press Agency15 minutes ago

AFP - Venezuela-Aruba-diplomacy-crime-arrest-drugs-US

Venezuela-Aruba-diplomacy-crime-arrest-drugs-US Contributed by NAMPA / AFP. Ex-intel chief detained in Aruba will be freed: Venezuela CARACAS, July 27, 2014 (AFP) - A former Venezuelan military intelligence chief arrested at the United ...
 Namibia Press Agency14 hours ago AFP - Venezuela-diplomacy-crime-arrest-drugs-US-State-Aruba  Namibia Press Agency15 minutes ago

'US government suppressed Blackwater evidence'

The attorneys say the suppressed evidence consists of photographs of eight spent shell casings that would fit an AK-47 - the weapon of choice used by insurgents. WASHINGTON: Lawyers for Blackwater security guards accused the government on Monday of ...
 Economic Times19 minutes ago

Congress demands probe into bugging reports

The controversy over the alleged bugging at the residence of Union Minister Nitin Gadkari's house refused to die down with Congress on Monday demanding a probe and government virtually rejecting it. Gadkari, who holds the portfolio of Highways and Transport, himself calibrated his statement completely denying there was any bugging while yesterday he had described reports in this regard with an ambivalent description that they were "highly speculative". Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh and his ...
 Rediff.com19 minutes ago
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