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Indian surrogate mothers grab last chance to make babies ahead of impending ban

By Roli Srivastava. MUMBAI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Inside a bungalow in a plush residential area of Gurugram, on the outskirts of New Delhi, a group of women in different stages of pregnancy share the hope their babies will be delivered safely - or risk losing the chance of big money, forever.
 

Fatcbox: Which countries allow commercial surrogacy?

By Roli Srivastava. MUMBAI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - India is on the verge of banning commercial surrogacy, an industry estimated to be worth as much as $2.3 billion annually, in its next parliamentary session starting in February. The Indian surrogacy industry has been criticized by rights groups who say it puts vulnerable women at risk.

'There will never be a better time to buy a home'

'Prices are rock, bottom, developers are ready to negotiate and banks are keen to lend.' A fourth of India's property market is cash-based and this has affected home sales after high value notes were scrapped on November 8, 2016. Property developers, battling a prolonged slowdown, are caught between....

'RBI has been against demonetisation'

'It is like bombing a building with 200 people to kill 5 terrorists.' I t is 60 days and counting since the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 8, 2016. During this period, the Reserve Bank of India's role and certain flip-flops have been questioned.

LIVE! Fight to lift Jallikattu ban moves to Delhi; OPS to meet PM shortly

"Thank you to the people. This has been an incredible journey. Every single woman that were nominated with me today, all these incredible actresses are the reason that I joined television," the actress said as her Baywatch co-star Dwayne Johnson cheered her from the audience.

Govt: Labour's Pike River plan 'hypocritical'

The Labour Party's attitude to re-entering the Pike River Mine is hypocritical and unsafe, according to the government. A makeshift checkpoint set up on the road to Pike River Mine by some of the families of the 29 men who died. Photo: RNZ / Maja Burry.

CIA files: political intrigue, Australian 'dismay', and radical Maori

The historic 1984 election saw Lange's Labour party come into power, and responding to public concern, barred American ships from New Zealand ports. A president-approved memo to top US government officials in February of the following year illustrates New Zealand's fall from grace in the eyes of the US.

Wait for legal action for South Canterbury Finance investors who lost millions could be over

Legal action on behalf of former South Canterbury Finance investors could be just weeks away, if they can convince one of a host of firms to fund the case. Kapiti Coast sharebroker Chris Lee, who is leading a claim for compensation for out-of-pocket SCF perpetual shareholders, held a meeting in....

FBI, 5 other agencies probe possible covert Kremlin aid to Trump

Updated 30 minutes ago. WASHINGTON — The FBI and five other law enforcement and intelligence agencies have collaborated for months in an investigation into Russian attempts to influence the November election, including whether money from the Kremlin covertly aided President-elect Donald Trump, two people familiar with the matter said.

Balanced scoring boosts Deer Lakes girls

Updated 18 minutes ago. Anna Solomon was quick to notice the key to Monday's 48-43 Section 1-4A victory over Highlands that moved the Deer Lakes girls basketball team into a tie for third place in the section standings. “We played really well as a team, and the distribution in scoring really showed that,” the sophomore guard said.

Manchin accuses fellow Democrats of 'playing politics' on Sessions

After winning a nationwide election, Manchin said, presidents and governors should have the right to put together their Cabinets and executive team as long the nominees go through background checks and provide their financial disclosures. "If that's clean, I would give the executive a chance to put their government together," he said.

AP Top News at 12:19 a.m. EST

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Donald Trump’s assumption of the U.S. presidency couldn’t come at a worse time for Mexico. Drug violence here is again on Get the latest weather forecast from the CBS North Carolina Storm Team. RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina is getting money from the federal government to....

Already reeling, Mexico fears it has much to lose with Trump

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Donald Trump’s assumption of the U.S. presidency couldn’t come at a worse time for Mexico. Drug violence here is again on the upswing, the government has struggled to combat widespread corruption and nationwide protests have erupted after gasoline prices spiked this month amid the....

China Pledges Cooperation With Trump Administration on Trade

China will cooperate with the incoming administration of Donald Trump to help promote healthy trade development and economic relations, a government spokesman said. "China and the U.S. can find ways to solve problems through dialogue and negotiation," Ministry of Commerce spokesman Sun Jiwen said Thursday at a briefing in Beijing.

Big data is so 2015, it's now about AI: KPMG

"Back in 2015, you get a lot of data points. Now, we're moving into the second phase where companies are trying to capture data, analyse the data...and monetize it," a KPMG China partner, Lyndon Fung, told CNBC's " " on Thursday. Street Signs He cited self-driving cars as an example of artificial....

Chinese newspaper warns Boeing, US agriculture in crosshairs of Trump trade war

An influential Chinese state-run newspaper on Thursday again warned that U.S. aircraft manufacturer Boeing Co and US agricultural imports could be targets for retaliation in any trade war ushered in by U.S. President-elect Donald Trump. Trump, who is sworn into office on Friday, has criticised....

Concealing facts from Parliamentary Committee is crime, says JD(U) on Urjit Patel

Taking on Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Urjit Patel for failing to answer the parliamentary committee over demonetisation, the Janata Dal (United) on Thursday said concealing any information from the panel is a crime, adding that... Members of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance....

Section 80E deduction for interest on education Loan: 4 things you must know

Getting oneself educated from one of the best colleges is a dream of many, but how many do actually get that fulfilled? It is a fact that education is getting costlier day by day. And if you are thinking of going abroad for further studies, the high fee structure with the cost of living can give you....

Bitcoin exchange BTCC says operating normally, no official word from China central bank

The central bank launched spot checks on BTCC, Huobi and OkCoin on Jan. 11 to look into a range of possible rule violations, amid a step up in government efforts to stem capital outflows and relieve pressure on the yuan currency. (Reuters) The head of major Chinese bitcoin exchange BTCC said on....

Jallikattu ban: Massive protests in Chennai; 10 developments

Filmstar Kamal Haasan’s defence of Jallikattu on national television earlier this month raised the hopes and voices of those drowned by the Supreme Court’s order to ban the sport. Severe protests have seen since in the region against the decision, to legalise the sport.

Jallikattu protest Live: Tamil Nadu CM Panneerselvam meets PM Narendra Modi in Delhi

As the protests over Jallikattu ban gained momentum, the state government spoke to protestors and assured its support to hold the bull taming sport in the state. The Marina beach in Chennai saw saw protestors converging the place since yesterday. They have been claiming that more agitators have either joined them or about to join.

Death toll in botched Nigeria air strike soars to 70

Nigeria called Tuesday's bombing of a camp for displaced people in Rann a mistake and blamed the "fog of war," sparking strong condemnation from aid agencies working in the crisis-hit region. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), which lost six members of its Nigerian affiliate, said:....

Student killed, many injured when bus overturns

SURAT THANI - A female student from Songkhla was killed and many other students injured when a bus in which they were travelling overturned on Highway 41 in Wiang Sa district on Thursday morning. The bus was taking about 40 Mathayom 6 students and teachers of Hat Yai Withayalai 2 School in....

London's Portobello Market losing its character

Officially in its 152nd year, the historic market takes place seven days a week, with antiques traditionally the main draw on a Saturday, in one of the last enclaves of relative scruffiness in the otherwise exclusive Notting Hill district of London. "This place is about tourism," said Marion....

Offce of Ombudsman promotes its role in Isan

KHON KHAEN, 19th January 2017 (NNT)-Ombudsman Gen Viddhavat Rajatanun and his group attended a seminar in the North East of Thailand this week, in an effort to promote a closer relationship between the public and the government. Gen Viddhavat joined a seminar on behalf of the Office of the Ombudsman....

FETCO report indicates investor confidence on the rise

BANGKOK, 19 January 2017 (NNT) – The Federation of Thai Capital Markets Organizations (FETCO) has reported investors continue to be confident in the Thai stock market due the nation’s economic recovery but note some detracting factors. A new FETCO index of investor confidence for the next 3 months has set confidence at 102.

China to curb foreign investment by state-owned firms

China said it will ban or closely monitor overseas investments by state-owned firms in certain sectors, the latest move in a government fight to stem capital flight and what it has called "irrational" spending abroad. The state-assets watchdog, which manages the country's 102 state-owned giants,....

Were opportunities for clues from MH370 debris missed?

SYDNEY, Australia Three nations shelled out around $160 million and years’ worth of work on the underwater search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The result: No plane. The only tangible and arguably most important clues into what happened to the aircraft have come courtesy of ordinary citizens, who bore the costs themselves.

Where to find 250 kilos of gold in Dubai?

Dubai: Did you ever want to see kilos of gold bars for real? Glittering stacks of the yellow metal weighing 250 kilos, and valued at Dh35 million, will be transported to a local mall and will be on a rare display this weekend as part of the latest promotion of the Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF).

Debt appetite will continue for Gulf investors

By many measures 2016 was a blockbuster year for debt markets in the Gulf region. Backed by solid credit fundamentals and compelling valuations, the size and frequency of debt issuance last year surpassed even the most optimistic of forecasts. But the success should not be viewed as a one-time anomaly.

Jallikattu Ban Live: TN CM Meets Modi, Seeks Ordinance to Conduct Bull Taming

Tamil Nadu CM Panneerselvam on Thursday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his residence in New Delhi and urged him to promulgate ordinance to resume Jallikattu, a tweet from the AIADMK handle said. Meanwhile, Pro-Jallikattu protesters continue to stage demonstrations for the third consecutive day....
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