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Rousseff impeachment vote annulled, throwing Brazil legislature into chaos

Brazil’s political tumult has deteriorated into a full-blown constitutional crisis after a little-known and newly appointed lower house speaker proclaimed the annulment of last month’s impeachment vote against president Dilma Rousseff. The surprise move – which was immediately challenged by senior figures in the senate – provides a new twist in the country’s ongoing political drama that would stretch the ... Read More »

2008 Ranbaxy stake sale: Singh brothers asked to pay Rs 2,562 cr to Daiichi Sankyo

A Singapore arbitration tribunal has asked former promoters of Ranbaxy Laboratories, Malvinder and Shivinder Mohan Singh, to pay damages of Rs 2,562.78 crore to Daiichi Sankyo for concealing and misrepresenting information during the sale of their stake in 2008 to the Japanese firm. Daiichi Sankyo, which finally exited the company in April 2014 by selling it to Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, ... Read More »

How to find a best Management college in Jaipur

Jaipur, the PINK city, is home many management colleges and universities. There are certain things each college is providing to it students and to chose the best management college for yourself is not that easy though, You have to check for a few things in the college prospectus before seeking admission there which can be discussed below. Distance from your ... Read More »

Fun Publicity Ideas for Food Cart Owners

Owning a food truck is a more affordable alternative to running a standard restaurant. With your own restaurant, you’re responsible for overhead and operating costs, including ingredients, insurance, employee wages and utility bills. When you buy a cart, you can set up in downtown locations, in parking lots, at festivals or fairs and in dozens of other places. While you ... Read More »

Considering Your Options for Vehicle Fixtures

Firefighters put their bodies through the wringer on a daily basis. They exert themselves physically to a point that many of them are exhausted by the end of their shift. During the time that they are traveling in the firetruck to and from a call, they may want to give their bodies a break so that they can be ready ... Read More »

North Korean invasion: Kim’s masterplan will leave a million dead

Starved of food, North Korea is on the brink of collapse, and in its desperation threatens an invasion of its South Korean neighbours. Reports from the country reveal Kim Jong-un has built a replica of the South Korean presidential palace to train his troops for an invasion as tensions escalate. And with America pledged to defend the South in case ... Read More »

A Facebook post proves nothing gets past Woolworths

A WOMAN who tried to outsmart Woolworths has been seriously burned by the supermarket giant online. She posted on the company’s Facebook page complaining about the state of some avocados she bought from a store in Double Bay. “I purchased these avocados from your store at Double Bay yesterday, upon making a sandwich today I came to find these avocados ... Read More »

The Obama administration is now ‘giving full cover to the Russians’ in Syria – and the results are ‘catastrophic’

People inspect the damage at the Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF)-backed al-Quds hospital after it was hit by airstrikes, in a rebel-held area of Syria’s Aleppo, April 28, 2016. Forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad pounded the Syrian city of Aleppo with airstrikes on Thursday, targeting a hospital and killing at least 55 civilians in a new offensive that is ... Read More »

Nooyi, Nadella among world’s highest paid CEOs

8 CEOs on the list are female, and they far outpace the median pay for the Equilar 100 as a whole As many as three Indian origin persons have been named among 100 highest-paid CEOs globally with PepsiCo’s Indra Nooyi and LyondellBasell’s Bhavesh Patel making it to the top ten list compiled by Equilar. Chemicals company LyondellBasell Industries’ top executive ... Read More »

Valeant CEO to tell Senate he regrets raising heart drug prices

Outgoing Valeant Pharmaceuticals (VRX.TO) Chief Executive Michael Pearson plans to tell a U.S. Senate panel on Wednesday that he regrets his decision to acquire and jack up the price of two life-saving heart drugs, saying it was all a “mistake.” “The company was too aggressive- and I, as its leader, was too aggressive – in pursuing price increases on certain ... Read More »