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PHOTOS: Thousands evicted from world's TALLEST slum in Venezuela

Perhaps no other skyscraper is as infamous as Venezuela’s ‘Tower of David’, a 45-storey unfinished building that has housed approximately 5,000 squatters since 2007. The building was intended to be a shining new financial center but was abandoned around 1994 after the death of its developer -- banker and horse-breeder David Brillembourg -- and the collapse of the financial sector. But after some Chinese investors acquired the property, soldiers and officials began moving ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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11 countries that can soon go bankrupt

While India is still growing, though at a slow pace, many countries have not yet been able to come off the last decade’s financial crisis. Recently Argentina defaulted on payments to its lenders. Post the default, credit rating agencies have classified the investment grade of the country as ‘poor quality and very high risk’ (technically called as Caa1 rating). Argentina is not alone. 24/7 Wall St., an online news portal, has come up with a list of 11 more economies that have ...
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18 countries struggling with inflation worse than India's

Inflation has been on of the biggest barrier to India’s growth for the past few years. RBI has kept a tight fist on interest rates, which many believe is holding back recovery. Simply put, companies can only expand if they get to borrow money at reasonable cost and there is enough liquidity. Many countries world over are caught in the similar situation as India. Some, such as Venezuela and Syria have inflation over 50 per cent. This means, the price of commodities in the countries is ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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WTF News: It's Weird, True and Funny

Here's your weekly digest of the most Weird, True and Funny News from the across the globe. 1) You won't believe this! Gustavo Silva Nunez, an artist based in Valencia, Venezuela, creates incredibly lifelike paintings of people swimming in water, his use of light and reflections making them appear three-dimensional. To add to the realism, he poses next to the paintings in strikingly interactive ways, making it look as though he is grabbing onto the swimmers' limbs or shielding himself from ...
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PM pledges deeper collaboration with South American countries

"I assure you that India will work more closely with South America than ever before. At the bilateral level, as a BRICS member, in the G-77, as well as other international forums," he told leaders from South America. Brazilian President Dilma ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago
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PM Narendra Modi leaves for Brazil on Sunday

Prime Minister Narendra Modi leaves for Brazil on Sunday for attending the five-nation summit of BRICS nations on July 14 and 15 which is expected to finalise the setting up of a development bank and seek reforms of the United Nations and international financial organisations. After a stopover in Berlin on Sunday night, he will leave for Fortaleza, the north-eastern coastal city of Brazil, on Monday for the summit of leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa to be held on ...
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Sports Shorts: Triple Olympic champion Stephanie Rice to help Indian swimmers

Stephanie Rice, Australia's triple Olympic champion who called time on her illustrious swimming career in April at the age of 25, has joined hands with sports management firm Rhiti Sports to improve the standard of the sport in India. The champion swimmer had a humble upbringing in Queensland before going on to become one of the biggest names in the sport by winning gold medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, all in world record time. Rhiti Sports claimed that Rice plans to set up academies in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

US hopes NSA surveillance on BJP won't impact bilateral ties

"We certainly hope not," State Department Spokesperson, Jen Psaki, told reporters on Wednesday at her daily news conference when asked about the strong protest lodged by India against the alleged spying of BJP by the National security Agency. BPS ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago
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US authorised NSA to spy on BJP and six other foreign parties

New Delhi : A classified document revealed on Monday shows that US spy agency, National Security Agency (NSA), had been sanctioned to spy on most countries and some international bodies and political parties. Under a 2010 certification approved by the ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago
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World Cup chit-chat: Maradona to cheer Argentina from hotel after 'jinx' claim

Diego Maradona will root for his beloved Argentina from his hotel when they play Nigeria on Wednesday, opting to skip the stadium after the country's Football Association president suggested he had jinxed the team against Iran.Julio Grondona said Lionel Messi's brilliant stoppage-time winner, which gave the South Americans a passage to the last 16 on Saturday, was thanks to "jinxed" Maradona leaving the stands.The temperamental 1986 World Cup winner promptly shot back by showing Grondona the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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