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India puts on hold proposal to cut import duty on edible oils, say sources

The world's biggest vegetable oil importer was considering reducing duties after domestic soyoil and palm oil prices more than doubled in the past year, hitting consumers already stung by record fuel prices and reduced income

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Walmart’s Flipkart, Amazon challenge India court order on antitrust probe

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) launched an investigation in January last year after a complaint accused Flipkart and Amazon of promoting select sellers on their e-commerce platforms and using deep discounts to stif

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China successfully launches first crewed mission for space station construction

The Shenzhou-12 spacecraft, atop a Long March-2F carrier rocket, was launched from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in northwest China's Gobi Desert. The launch was telecast live by the state-run CGTN-TV.

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Shocked by COVID deaths, young Indians rush for life insurance

When a devastating second wave of the pandemic peaked in India during April and May, the numbers of people aged between 25 and 35 buying term insurance was 30% higher than in the previous three months combined, said PolicyBaz


Petrol, Diesel sales recover, as India eases lockdown restrictions

Gasoline sales during June 1-15 jumped 13% and diesel sales rose 12%, compared with the same period last month, data compiled by the state refiners showed.

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Why is India losing sleep over record high vegetable oil prices? Concern grows

The government is considering reducing taxes on vegetable oil imports after cooking oil prices hit record highs last month as it seeks to make food costs more affordable for its population of over 1.3 billion and keep price p

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Novak Djokovic fights back to win second French Open title

Djokovic's seismic semi-final win over 13-times champion Rafa Nadal looked like being in vain as an inspired Tsitsipas won the first two sets to stand on the brink of becoming Greece's first Grand Slam champion.

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IMF will explore options for re-allocating reserves to raise $100 billion for poor countries

IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva, in a statement, said the $650 billion allocation of Special Drawing Rights, the largest ever, would help boost global reserves and allow countries to fund needed fiscal measures to

IMF will explore options for re-allocating reserves to raise $100 billion for poor countries

AstraZeneca shots should be halted for over-60s – EMA official

However several European Union member states have restricted its use to those in the age range 50 to 65, due to rare cases of blood clotting, mainly among young people.

Euro 2020 – Denmark v Finland: Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen rushed to hospital after collapsing during match

Euro 2020 - Denmark v Finland:: Eriksen collapsed suddenly while running near the left touchline.

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Blasts on buses in western Kabul kill at least 7

The explosions took place in a neighbourhood dominated by the minority Hazara community where similar attacks on buses earlier this month killed 12 civilians.

Basir Mujahid, Kabul's police spokesman, added that six people had also been wounded in Saturday's blasts. (File photo)

Japan city uses tsunami lessons for COVID-19 vaccinations

Soma, a rural city 240 kilometres (150 miles) north of Tokyo that was devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, has surged ahead of most of the country in vaccinations by heeding lessons learned from the catastrophe of a

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Roger Federer withdraws from French Open with Wimbledon in mind

Federer, who has hardly played in the last 17 months because of a knee injury, suffered physically in his four-set, late-night victory over German Dominik Koepfer on Saturday and decided to end his Roland Garros campaign ahea

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Wall Street Week Ahead: Investors eye Washington talks after big rally in infrastructure shares

Expectations of spending from Washington on bridges, roads, and tunnels bolstered so-called value stocks, especially the industrials and materials sectors, both up around 20% this year, ahead of the 12.5% gain for the S&P 500

Wall Street Week Ahead: Investors eye Washington talks after big rally in infrastructure shares

Man City trio sweep EPL end of season awards: Dias named best player, Foden named YPOTY, Guardiola named Manager of the season

Pep Guardiola won the manager's award in 2017-18 and again in 2018-19 when he led City to consecutive league titles.

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EXPLAINER- What is a global minimum tax and what will it mean?

Major economies are aiming to discourage multinationals from shifting profits - and tax revenues - to low-tax countries regardless of where their sales are made.

The G7 accord feeds into a much broader, existing effort.

U.S. Stocks: Wall Street rises as jobs report calms inflation worries

The S&P index recorded 42 new 52-week highs and no new lows, while the Nasdaq recorded 61 new highs and eight new lows.

U.S. Stocks Snapshot: Wall Street opens higher as jobs report tempers inflation worries

Corona vaccines for all: European Union dig in heels on patent waiver, submits 3-point plan to WTO

EU focuses on export curbs, existing WTO rules; WTO members to discuss proposal next week

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U.S. Stocks: Wall Street opens lower as focus shifts to service sector data

The Nasdaq Composite was down 130.30 points, or 0.95%, at 13,626.02.Shares of AMC Entertainment reversed sharp gains to fall 12.7% after launching its second share issue in three days.

U.S. Stocks: Wall Street opens lower as focus shifts to service sector data

Huawei launches its Android-rival HarmonyOS, plans to make it available on 200 million smartphones by year end

The use of HarmonyOS means the company will no longer be wholly reliant on Android.

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Dr. Reddy’s in talks with government to bring Russia’s Sputnik Light COVID-19 vaccine to India

India's Dr. Reddy's Laboratories is in talks with the government to bring Russia's Sputnik Light COVID-19 vaccine into the country, a company spokesperson told Reuters on Monday.

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Barcelona confirm Sergio Aguero signing from Manchester City

Argentina international Sergio Aguero joined City from Spanish side Atletico Madrid in 2011.

Barcelona confirm Sergio Aguero signing from Manchester City

Computex 2021: Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger says global semiconductor shortage could last several years

Intel announced a $20 billion plan in March to expand its advanced chip manufacturing capacity.

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Portugal: Porto locals’ fume as COVID-19 rules eased for English football fans

Hundreds of maskless fans flooded the bars by Porto's Douro river on Friday night, drinking beer and chanting team slogans as police officers kept a close eye on them. There were minor scuffles between the supporters.

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Manchester City vs Chelsea – UEFA Champions League 2021 Final Preview: Global talent will decide ‘all-English’ UCL 2021 final

UEFA Champions League 2021 Final Preview: Chelsea have shown that they can get the better of Guardiola's side -- the Londoners have won the last two encounters, at Wembley in the FA Cup semi-final and at the Etihad in the lea

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