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Ikea left rattled after recall of millions of India-made mugs

The world’s top furniture co is trying to figure out how the product escaped its stringent quality control.


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Infosys opens innovation centre in Dusseldorf, Germany

The innovation hub of Infosys would serve as a link between businesses and the leading educational establishments in Germany in a move to bridge the STEM (science technology engineering and mathematics) talent gap in the region. Infosys said there would be strategic partnerships with regional academic institutions such as Hochschule Dusseldorf and WHU.

Eurozone posts growth of 0.2% in Q3

Australian scientists go deep into caves to study impact of climate change

Sydney, April 6 (IANS) Scientists from University of New South Wales (NSW) in Australia are moving into caves to understand how climate change and land use are affecting ground...

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