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Shapoor Mistry resigns from Indian Hotels board

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Shapoor Mistry, the elder brother of former Tata Sons Chairman Cyrus Mistry, has resigned as a director of the board of Indian Hotels Co, the company said on Tuesday. ...more
2017-04-26   22:39:02 IST

Wipro growth forecast hit by healthcare, weak retail

MUMBAI/BENGALURU (Reuters) - Wipro Ltd, India's third-biggest software services exporter, said cancellations of healthcare projects and weak retail spending in its key U.S. market would hit revenue growth. ...more
2017-04-26   22:31:02 IST

Horny male seeks mate: Kenya's last northern white rhino joins Tinder

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Like many guys using the Tinder dating app, Sudan lovesthe outdoors and travels widely. The catch: he's the world's last male white northern rhino and desperately needs to mate. ...more
2017-04-26   22:16:02 IST

Base attack another blow to struggling Afghan military

MAZAR-I-SHARIF, Afghanistan (Reuters) - Samad always worried that something might happen to his brother, Shah Mohammad, a three-year veteran of the Afghan army, even though his job was to train soldiers, not to fight. ...more
2017-04-26   21:48:02 IST

China ready to mediate between Myanmar, Bangladesh over Rohingya row

DHAKA (Reuters) - China offered on Tuesday to help tackle a diplomatic row between Bangladesh and Myanmar over the flight of minority Rohingyas, two Bangladesh foreign ministry officials said. ...more
2017-04-26   21:09:02 IST

Officer says 'minimal but necessary force' used on United passenger

(Reuters) - One of the police officers who forcibly removed a United Airlines customer in an incident that became a public relations disaster for the carrier said "minimal but necessary force" was used after the passenger acted aggressively, according to an incident report. ...more
2017-04-26   20:44:01 IST

Japan's Otsuka aims to apply for TB drug approval in India in 90 days

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Japanese drugmaker Otsuka Pharmaceutical aims to apply for approval of its tuberculosis (TB) drug delamanid in India within three months, a senior company official said, as calls grow for expanded access to the life-saving medicine. ...more
2017-04-26   20:17:02 IST

Brexit to dominate as May sets out stall for UK re-election

LONDON (Reuters) - Whatever Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives promise in their manifesto before a June election, managing Britain's exit from the European Union will limit her opportunity to push wide-ranging radical domestic change. ...more
2017-04-26   19:46:02 IST

Indian farmers should pay tax, adviser says, challenging government

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A senior adviser to the Indian government proposed on Tuesday that farmers pay tax, in remarks that challenged government policy in a country of 1.3 billion people where there are only 37 million income tax payers. ...more
2017-04-26   19:19:01 IST

EU lawmakers vote to make YouTube fight online hate speech

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Video-sharing platforms such as Google's YouTube and Vimeo will have to take measures to protect citizens from content containing hate speech and incitement to violence under measures voted by EU lawmakers on Tuesday. ...more
2017-04-26   19:19:01 IST

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