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Bright colours and bold logos proudly signal where India has set up base on the main street in Davos this year, as the country trumpets its pro-business and foreign investment drive. Inside a pavilion on the Swiss Alpine resort's Promenade street beneath an "India @ Davos 2022" logo, the federal government served up treats including 'masala chai' tea, 'samosa' snacks and other spicy delicacies. Clustered around it are six Indian states with their own lounges, housed in what are usually high street shops.
Cathay Pacific Airways will rehire hundreds of cabin crew who were previously laid off or resigned ahead of plans to ramp up its flight services, the Post has learned. The airline company invited former staff who had said they would like to be contacted for future jobs to send a priority application in an email seen by the Post on Wednesday. “I’m pleased that as we look to resume our flight operations, it is the right time for us to begin rebuilding our team,” Jeanette Mao, the airline’s general
Pope Francis says his "heart aches for the massacre at the primary school in Texas," which left at least 19 children and two teachers dead. "It is time to say enough is enough to indiscriminate arms trafficking," he adds after his weekly general audience in St Peter's Square.
"This town is heartbroken, devastated," says Adolfo Hernandez, whose nephew was at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas. "You just want to pinch yourself and wake up from that horrible nightmare," he tells AFP.The tight-knit Latino community in the town is wracked with grief after a teen in body armor marched into an elementary school and killed 19 small children and two teachers, in the latest spasm of deadly gun violence in America.
Sexual harassment and assault are rife in the factories that supply some of the world’s leading fashion brands. In Tamil Nadu, union leader Thiyva Rakini is trying to change that ‘When the factory owners see me, they turn pale’ … Thivya Rakini, president of Tamil Nadu Textile and Common Labour Union. Photograph: Sivaram V/The Guardian
Empty playgrounds, lonely dogs and a constant backdrop of shelling fill the otherwise ghostly towns of Soledar and Bakhmut, located in the besieged Ukrainian east. The only movement is people boarding a bus -- storing their suitcases in the hold and preparing to flee.
Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi and his delegation leave their hotel in the Solomon Islands ahead of meetings with the Honiara government. It comes as China puts forward a wide-ranging draft agreement and a five-year plan to ten nations in the Pacific, as part of Wang's tour of Pacific nations, which began Thursday. The South Pacific is increasingly a theatre for competition between China and the United States -- which has been the primary power in the region for the last century. IMAGES
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson braced Wednesday for the release of a senior civil servant's long-awaited full report into a "Partygate" scandal, as new allegations emerged about a culture of lockdown-breaking boozing in his offices.
Hong Kong climate tech start-up Allinfra, which provides blockchain-based solutions to help companies achieve their sustainability goals, has raised US$6 million in its latest fundraising round led by Japanese financial giant Nomura. Allinfra said it will use the proceeds from the Series A financing to scale up development of its sustainability data management software products and bolster its sales force. “It is validating to have leaders in the financial markets recognise the value of our tech
BENGALURU (Reuters) -Indian shares bucked broader market weakness to end higher on Thursday as investors picked up beaten-down financial and metal stocks after three straight sessions of losses. The NSE Nifty 50 index rallied in the last hour of trading to close 0.90% higher at 16,170.15, while the S&P BSE Sensex advanced 0.94% to 54,252.53. "After the heavy selloff, the market showed signs of exhaustion and could bounce for the short to medium term," said Vinod Nair, head of research at Geojit Financial Services.