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Apart from Advantage Strategic Private limited, ED officials say they are also trying to get financial details about Ausbridge Holdings, a Singapore-registered subsidiary of Advantage Strategic Private Limited, which was allegedly also used to route funds.
  • UK consumer inflation rises to 3 -year high of 2.7 percent

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    The fall in inflation was broad-based and the CPI excluding vegetables also fell to the lowest level since 2012. The Bank's latest forecasts showed inflation peaking at 2.8% by the end of this year although other experts believe an even tighter squeeze looms as the currency's weakness works its way through the economy.
  • President Trump to embark on first foreign trip as president

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    But the U.S. embassy in Khartoum said on Wednesday that it opposed "invitations, facilitation or support for travel by any person subject to outstanding International Criminal Court (ICC) arrest warrants, including President Bashir". On November 9, the first phone conversation was held between Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and President Donald Trump when King Salman bin Abdulaziz congratulated him on his victory in the presidential election and expressed Riyadh's anticipation to ...
  • Merkel, Macron Promise to 'Crisis Proof' EU Amid 'Historic Reconstruction'

    Merkel, Macron Promise to 'Crisis Proof' EU Amid 'Historic Reconstruction'

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    The visit to Berlin continued a tradition of French presidents making their first foreign trip to Germany. While Germany's economy - Europe's largest - has been performing well in recent years, France's has stalled. Macron sought to bat away German fears on debt, saying he was opposed to mutualising "old debt" between eurozone countries. Macron, who trounced far-right leader Marine Le Pen in an election fought on globalisation, urged a "historic reconstruction" of Europe to battle the ...
  • Heavy gunfire in Ivory Coast as military tries to end mutiny

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    A spokesman for the mutiny denied that any clashes had occurred in Bouake and said the renegade soldiers were firing in the air to dissuade any advance on the city. The city also served as the rebel headquarters after a failed 2002 coup which split Ivory Coast in half and led to years of unrest. Mutineers fired bullets and set up roadblocks in both cities , while businesses closed their doors and residents mostly stayed inside their homes.
  • China's Xi Jinping Wants Relations With South Korea Back To Normal

    China's Xi Jinping Wants Relations With South Korea Back To Normal

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    South Korea's special envoy Lee Hae-chan, left, meets China's President Xi Jinping at the Great Hall of the People, in Beijing , Friday, May 19, 2017. South Korea has complained that some of its companies doing business in China have faced discrimination in retaliation for the THAAD deployment. China says its influence has been exaggerated and has called on South Korea and the U.S.to end large-scale wargames seen as threatening by North Korea in exchange for the North suspending its missile ...
  • Trump willing to use engagement to resolve North Korea crisis

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    North Korea's testing of the new missile system may make it more hard for Moon to follow along the path of reconciliation, However, in his first key appointments Moon appointed supporters of the earlier Sunshine Policy of improving ties with the North, to the positions of prime minister and head of intelligence.
  • China to hold second 'Silk Road' summit in two years time

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    New Delhi chose to skip the meeting due to its sovereignty concerns - China-Pakistan Economic Corridor passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). "It is not directed at any third parties, not relevant to disputes over territorial sovereignty and does not affect China's position on the Kashmir issue", the statement said.
  • Polls Open in First Iran Presidential Vote Since Atomic Deal

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    Iran's regional policies, its alleged support for terrorism and its missile program will constrict Rouhani's ability to get the remaining sanctions lifted. Even if inflation has dropped from 35 percent to less than 10 percent, increased oil production and ended some of the worldwide sanctions, the unemployment rate increased up to 12.1 percent, a situation even worse for workers aged 15-24 with 29 percent of them without a job.