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No evidence to justify Indian businessman Mallya's extradition, UK court hears - Dotemirates
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No evidence to justify Indian businessman Mallya's extradition, UK court hears

London: The Indian government has failed to provide any substantial evidence to justify extraditing tycoon Vijay Mallya from Britain to face fraud charges, his lawyer told a London court on Wednesday.India wants to extradite 62-year-old Indian businessman from Britain to face criminal action relating to loans taken out by his defunct Kingfisher Airlines and Indian authorities want to recover about $1.4 billion they say Kingfisher owes.In her closing submission, Mallya's lawyer Clare Montgomery told London's Westminster Magistrates Court that India had failed to provide enough evidence to form a "prima facie" case against him necessary to warrant his extradition."It's undermined...


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UN chief condemns deadly terrorist attack in Kabul

NEW YORK, 21st November, 2018 (WAM) -- United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has "strongly condemned" the terrorist attack targeting a religious gathering in the Afghan capital, Kabul, which claimed dozens of civilian lives. In a statement issued by his spokesperson, the Secretary-General reiterated that the deliberate targeting of civilians is a "clear violation of international humanitarian law." He said "every effort" should be made to bring the perpetrators to justice. Mr. Guterres also extended his deepest sympathies and condolences to the families of the victims and wished a speedy recovery to those injured. The attack is said to be one...
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Comedian Michelle Wolf delivers one-liner in response to Trump attack

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IKEA Group Planning To Cut 7,500 Administrative Jobs

Stockholm: IKEA Group, the owner of most IKEA furniture stores worldwide, plans to cut 7,500 jobs over the next couple of years, mainly administrative staff in central support functions, it said on Wednesday.At the same time, the group, which owns 367 IKEA stores, estimates it will create 11,500 new jobs in the period as it expands with new store formats and online, grows its service offering and invests in digital capabilities, it said in a statement.IKEA is in a period of transformation where it is boosting its digital, delivery and other services and testing new more accessible store formats in...
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Indian Princes' Diamond And Marilyn Monroe's "Best Friend" On Auction

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Number Of Indian Students In UK Rising: Official

New Delhi: In the year ending June 2018, the number of visas issued to Indian students grew 32% over the previous year - the third successive year that student visa numbers have increased, according to Tom Birtwistle, Director, British Council North India operations. As collaboration between Indian and UK universities grows stronger each year, he also said the European nation, which hosts several top-ranking universities, hope even more people will consider academic study in the UK as an excellent and natural choice for them. He also said that Brexit will not change the fact that the UK is committed to...