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November 18: News in pics

  • November 18: News in pics

    November 18: News in pics

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<b>A vendor arranges packets of pulses at a wholesale market in Chandigarh</b>
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India&#39;s annual food inflation eased for the fifth consecutive week in early November, probably due to new crop arrivals in the market, lending support to expectations that the central bank would hold rates steady in the near term.
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The food price index in the year to November 6 rose 10.30 per cent, compared with 12.30 per cent in the previous week, as prices of rice, milk, vegetables and pulses eased, government data on Thursday showed.
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The fuel price index in early November climbed 10.57 per cent compared with the prior week&#39;s 10.67 per cent reading.
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<b>(Picture by Reuters)</b>
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    A vendor arranges packets of pulses at a wholesale market in Chandigarh

    India's annual food inflation eased for the fifth consecutive week in early November, probably due to new crop arrivals in the market, lending support to expectations that the central bank would hold rates steady in the near term.

    The food price index in the year to November 6 rose 10.30 per cent, compared with 12.30 per cent in the previous week, as prices of rice, milk, vegetables and pulses eased, government data on Thursday showed.

    The fuel price index in early November climbed 10.57 per cent compared with the prior week's 10.67 per cent reading.

    (Picture by Reuters)

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<b>Bharti Airtel Chairman and Managing Director Sunil Bharti Mittal along with Chief Excutive Officer Sanjay Kapoor unveil new global and youthful avatar in New Delhi</b>
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Besides the logo, the company has also changed the signature Airtel tune, composed by Oscar winner A R Rehman.
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The re-designed logo would be for the Indian as well as overseas market to bring operational synergy across the company&#39;s business ventures.
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\"Today as we expand on the global stage, this new brand identity gives us the opportunity to present a single powerful and unified face to our customers, stakeholders and partners around the world,\" Bharti Airtel chairman and managing director Sunil Bharti Mittal said.
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<b>(Picture by Sanjay K Sharma)</b>
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    Bharti Airtel Chairman and Managing Director Sunil Bharti Mittal along with Chief Excutive Officer Sanjay Kapoor unveil new global and youthful avatar in New Delhi

    Besides the logo, the company has also changed the signature Airtel tune, composed by Oscar winner A R Rehman.

    The re-designed logo would be for the Indian as well as overseas market to bring operational synergy across the company's business ventures.

    \"Today as we expand on the global stage, this new brand identity gives us the opportunity to present a single powerful and unified face to our customers, stakeholders and partners around the world,\" Bharti Airtel chairman and managing director Sunil Bharti Mittal said.

    (Picture by Sanjay K Sharma)

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<b>The Ford logo is seen on a giant board at the Ford car plant in Saarlouis</b>
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Ford Motor Co will cut its stake in Mazda Motor Corp to 3.5 per cent from 11 per cent, losing its place as the Japanese carmaker&#39;s top shareholder, but confirmed they would stay committed to their strategically important ties.
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Ford has been the Hiroshima-based carmaker&#39;s biggest shareholder since 1979 when it bought 25 per cent, and lifted that to a controlling 33.4 per cent in 1996.
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<b>(Picture by Reuters)</b>
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    The Ford logo is seen on a giant board at the Ford car plant in Saarlouis

    Ford Motor Co will cut its stake in Mazda Motor Corp to 3.5 per cent from 11 per cent, losing its place as the Japanese carmaker's top shareholder, but confirmed they would stay committed to their strategically important ties.

    Ford has been the Hiroshima-based carmaker's biggest shareholder since 1979 when it bought 25 per cent, and lifted that to a controlling 33.4 per cent in 1996.

    (Picture by Reuters)

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<b>A pedestrian walks past graffiti on a wall, in south Dublin</b>
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Ireland&#39;s central bank chief said on Thursday he expected the country to receive tens of billions of euros in loans from European partners and the IMF to help shore up its shattered banks and stabilise the economy.
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Central bank governor Patrick Honohan was speaking shortly before the start of talks with a joint mission of the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund on a possible rescue package.
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<b>(Picture by Reuters)</b>
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    A pedestrian walks past graffiti on a wall, in south Dublin

    Ireland's central bank chief said on Thursday he expected the country to receive tens of billions of euros in loans from European partners and the IMF to help shore up its shattered banks and stabilise the economy.

    Central bank governor Patrick Honohan was speaking shortly before the start of talks with a joint mission of the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund on a possible rescue package.

    (Picture by Reuters)

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