Sunday, October 18, 2015

18-Oct-2015 15:47

BJP leader urges Muslims to give up eating beef :: url:

Modi to open 70-year-old secret files in challenge to Gandhi dynasty :: url:

Green worries keep foreign banks away from $3.3 billion Coal India sale :: url:

Go Figure: The week in numbers :: The week's big numbers, visualised

Europe and Russia plan Moon mission :: The European and Russian space agencies are to send the first spacecraft to land near the south pole of the Moon, to lay the groundwork for a possible permanent settlement.

Weekend Edition: The week's best reads :: The week's best reads

Insight: Mauritius eyes Africa as pressure mounts on offshore business :: url:

Two new Ebola cases in Guinea :: The World Health Organisation (WHO) has confirmed two new cases of Ebola in Guinea, ending a two-week spell in which no new infections had been reported.

Tata Steel to cut 1,200 jobs at Scunthorpe - UK union source :: url:

IndiGo eyes up to $510 million in India's biggest IPO in three years - sources :: url:

Nestle's India unit says new tests find Maggi noodles safe :: url:

Refining records boost Reliance profits, 4G plan on track :: url:

Target suffers X-rated headache :: Pornographic audio has been blaring out at Target stores across California. A weak system is to blame.

U.S. House Benghazi panel grills Clinton aide Huma Abedin for six hours :: url:

Russian hackers breached Dow Jones for trading tips: Bloomberg :: url:

Apple ordered to pay huge damages :: A US jury orders technology giant Apple to pay more than $234m in damages for patent infringement to the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Agricultural research 'needs women' :: Policy and business leaders use a major food conference to highlight the need for more women in the global agriculture sector.

Mexico says drug boss Guzman narrowly evades capture, sustains injuries :: url:

Malaysia's opposition submits no-confidence motion against PM Najib :: url:

China's Premier Li says achieving growth of around 7 pct "not easy" :: url:

Tsonga downs Nadal to reach Shanghai final :: url:

Villagers in Himachal Pradesh kill Muslim accused of smuggling cows - police :: url:

World Medical Association backs future president Ketan Desai despite controversy :: url:

SNP conference: Judging the record :: Maybe it's simply the longevity of my stint covering Scottish politics. (What? Who said that? Take that person's name.) Maybe it's my sense of history. But there were a couple of curious echoes in Nicola Sturgeon's SNP conference address today.

UK steel industry 'crisis' warning :: The steel industry is "in crisis" and needs "life-saving surgery" from the government, UK Steel director Gareth Stace warns.

Bad light thwarts England as Pakistan claim draw :: url:

Sturgeon: 'Judge SNP on its record' :: Voters at next May's Scottish Parliament election should judge the SNP on its record in government, party leader Nicola Sturgeon tells her conference.

Syrian army, backed by Iranian fighters, advance south of Aleppo: monitor :: url:

Junior doctors stage contracts protest :: Junior doctors stage a protest in London as the health secretary accuses the BMA of misleading its members over planned changes to their contracts.

Croatia diverts migrants to Slovenia after Hungary closes border :: url:

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