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Niti governing body begins deliberations on 'Vision Document'

Niti governing body begins deliberations on 'Vision Document'

Stressing the importance given to the views of the chief ministers, Modi had noted that it was the first time that the heads of State governments had been asked to recommend the list of Centrally-sponsored schemes and the funds sharing pattern.


Labor Leader Corbyn Says Could Suspend Syria Airstrikes If Elected

Labor Leader Corbyn Says Could Suspend Syria Airstrikes If Elected

Conservative Party chairman Sir Patrick McLoughlin said it was "blindingly obvious" Britain would be safer under Theresa May and that Mr Corbyn was "not suitable" to take on the responsibilities of prime minister. He said his priority would be to urge US President Donald Trump to resume worldwide peace talks on Syria in Geneva. He said: "I thought it was staggeringly irresponsible he has refused to support RAF strikes against terrorists, he is now questioning the nuclear deterrent, and we ...



The Moneysupermarket.Com Group PLC (MONY) Given "Buy" Rating at Shore Capital

Investec reissued a "buy" rating and issued a GBX 350 ($4.41) target price on shares of Moneysupermarket.Com Group PLC in a research report on Thursday, January 5th. This represents a dividend yield of 1.98%. The ex-dividend date is Thursday, March 9th. If you are reading this report on another website, it was copied illegally and reposted in violation of United States & global trademark & copyright laws.


Ontario set to slap foreign buyers tax to cool Toronto property market

Ontario set to slap foreign buyers tax to cool Toronto property market

Canadians should be "enter the real estate market without making great sacrifices or taking on a huge amount of risk", the Premier said. If legislation passes, the tax would be effective retroactively to April 21. A landlord's costs generally increases at a faster rate than inflation so this would give landlords some incentive to hold on to their rental condos.



Le Pen and Macron set for French run-off on May 7

But the markets appear to be pricing in confidence on Mr Macron ahead of the election after he went into first place without having a party machine behind him. France is now steaming into unchartered territory, because whoever wins on May 7 can not count on the backing of France's political mainstream parties.