Italy brings state or art food processing tech to India
Italy encompasses a lot that is charming, beautiful and great tasting. However, the land of the pantheon, pasta and the Leaning Tower of Pisa is more than just that. The country is a leading builder and exporter of food packaging and processing equipment that help companies around the world innovate and progress.
Euro zone bonds sell off as stocks hit five-month peak
The 30-year Bund yield also saw its biggest daily jump in over a month, up 7 bps at 0....
European stocks gain on vaccine, stimulus hopes; earnings eyed
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Will Amitabh Bachchan's Covid-positive report create more fear or help take away the stigma that infected Indians have endured?
The worry was that if the Big B could catch the virus, anybody could.
Italy told to pay India for marines killing fishermen
The tribunal took note of Italy's commitment that it will resume criminal investigation into the events. Marines Salvatore Girone and Massimiliano Latorre aboard Italian oil tanker MV Enrica Lexie shot dead two Indian fishermen off the Kerala coast on February 15, 2012, mistaking them for Somalian pirates.
Dharavi a global role model of COVID management, says Uddhav Thackeray
Thackeray said that Dharavi has shown to the world that coronavirus spread can be contained via self discipline and community efforts.
UK’s quarantine rules end for many nations
Those arriving from higher risk countries will still have to self-quarantine for 14 days but many popular destinations are now exempt, meaning millions of Britons are able to take summer holidays without having to stay at home when they return.
WHO chief praises efforts to control COVID-19 in Mumbai's Dharavi slum
Dharavi, which is located in India's commercial capital Mumbai, is spread over an area of 2.5 square kilometres and has a population of 650,000. People live in shanties and dilapidated buildings with narrow lanes and open sewers.
England 1966 great, Irish football icon Jack Charlton dies
Jack Charlton -- elder brother of his fellow World Cup winning team-mate Bobby Charlton -- was an integral part of the great Don Revie managed Leeds United side that won the 1969 League title and the 1972 FA Cup.
Big economies face surging debt, have time to put house in order, Barclays says
Barclays said the United States is seeing the greatest fiscal deterioration but is "least likely to face a reckoning" on its debt levels. That is because the world's biggest economy enjoys the benefits of having the reserve currency and a large and liquid bond market that's less prone to volatility, Barclays said.
Italian Marines Case: Government to accept international arbitration tribunal order
The case had become a major bone of contention between the two countries with India insisting that it could try them as the incident occurred in its territorial waters. Italy contested this on the ground that the ship flew an Italian flag and hence the crew would be tried under the Italian law.
India's COVID-19 tally, fatality rate per million population lowest in world: Health ministry
Chile has witnessed 15,459.8 COVID-19 cases per million population, while Peru has 9,070.8 cases per million people. The US, Brazil, Spain, Russia, the UK, Italy and Mexico have 8,560.5, 7,419.1, 5,358.7, 4,713.5, 4,204.4, 3,996.1 and 1,955.8 cases per million, respectively, according to the WHO report.
Solar tariffs may plunge further: Analysts
Solar tariffs set a new record of Rs 2.36 per unit in a 2000 MW auction conducted by the Solar Energy Coporation of India, the ministry of new and renewable energy's nodal agency responsible for conducting wind and solar auctions. Almost the entire 2000 MW capacity was bagged by international developers including Spain's Solarpack, Italy's Enel Green Power and Canadian developer AMP Energy among others.
Not in favour of withdrawing case against Italian marines from SC: Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan
The Hague-headquartered Permanent Court of Arbitration Tribunal has upheld the conduct of the Indian authorities in the Enrica Lexie case in which the marines were accused of killing the two Indian fishermen and said New Delhi was entitled to get compensation in the case.
Piaggio Vehicles launches online sales facility for commercial vehicles
The new sales initiative, which the company claims is first-of-its-kind in the CV sales space, comes nearly a month after Piaggio Vehicles Private Limited (PVPL) rolled out a digital platform for its Vespa and Aprilia brands of scooters.