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  • Ban on Indian mangoes has led to heavy losses: Sellers April 29, 2014

    The European Union (EU) banning the import of Indian mangoes is good news for domestic consumers and really a shock for the mango growers and exporters. The price of the top quality Alphonso mango price has come down by Rs 100150 per kilo in major markets like Delhi, Mumbai and...
  • India @ 9 with Rajdeep Sardesai April 28, 2014

    Catch the day's top stories with Rajdeep Sardesai on India @ 9. ...
  • EU, US impose sanctions against 21 Russian, Crimean officials March 17, 2014

    Even as Moscow welcomed Crimea's resolution that declared the nation an independent, sovereign state, the West has called the referendum illegal and Ukraine has threatened legal action. The US and the European Union have also imposed travel bans, asset freezes against 21 Russian and Crimean officials. ...
  • Barack Obama warns Ukraine military not to step over the line February 20, 2014

    After the deaths of at least 26 people during clashes in Ukraine last week, Barack Obama said that the US held the Ukrainian government responsible for making sure that it is dealing with peaceful protesters in an appropriate way. "We will be monitoring very carefully the situation, recognizing that along...
  • After UK, European Union woos Narendra Modi February 8, 2013

    The EU lifted the diplomatic ban on Narendra Modi with the German Ambassador saying the decision was taken after his victory. ...
  • Greece's decisive elections spark global anxiety June 17, 2012

    The main contenders, the rightwing New Democracy and leftwing Syriza party, are at odds over whether to stick with the tough EU bailout deal. ...
  • India @ 9 with Veeraraghav, Suhasini Haidar February 24, 2012

    Catch the day's top stories on India at 9 with Veeraraghav, Suhasini Haidar. ...
  • 'Support those in Pak who are willing to fight terrorism' January 17, 2012

    European Union Foreign Policy Chief Baroness Catherine Ashton said it's important to support those in Pakistan who are clear in their intention to deal with terrorism. ...
  • Brussels Summit: UK rejects Eurozone deal December 10, 2011

    European leaders reached a new deal on Friday to try and resolve the Eurozone debt crisis without UK's approval. ...
  • Greece backs auterity, protester clash with police June 29, 2011

    Another bill has to be passed by Thursday for the government to secure the money. ...
  • EU to join fight against pirates December 9, 2008

    The European Union will soon join the fight against pirates off the Horn of Africa. That's where nearly one hundred vessels have come under attack this year. The EU will take over from NATO, which has been trying to stem the tide of piracy in the area. ...
  • Numb: US markets see worst 2day slump since 1987 November 7, 2008

    Stocks slumped for a second straight session on Thursday, bringing the Dow Jones' losses to more than 900 points since the US Election Day. Fears of a prolonged recession sent investors running for the exits. CNNs Stephanie Elam reviews the session at the New York Stock Exchange. ...