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October 14: Behind the lens

  • October 14: Behind the lens

    October 14: Behind the lens

  • <p>Railway workers push a wagon loaded with coal back to its track after it derailed at Sabarmati power house in Ahmedabad</p><p><b>Indian railways will raise their development surcharge on all goods traffic from Saturday to 5%, from 2%, a government statement said.</b></p><p>It will also raise tariffs for the "busy season", which runs from runs from October to June, to 10% from 7%, the statement showed on Friday.</p>

    Railway workers push a wagon loaded with coal back to its track after it derailed at Sabarmati power house in Ahmedabad

    Indian railways will raise their development surcharge on all goods traffic from Saturday to 5%, from 2%, a government statement said.

    It will also raise tariffs for the "busy season", which runs from runs from October to June, to 10% from 7%, the statement showed on Friday.

  • <p>The new Suzuki Swift S-Concept car is displayed during the first media day of the 81st Geneva International Motor Show at the Palexpo in Geneva</p><p><b>Suzuki Motor accused Volkswagen of withholding hybrid technology it had promised to share, triggering an exchange of legal threats in the increasingly acrimonious spat over their two-year-old alliance.</b></p><p>Japan&#39;s Suzuki has served VW with a notice of breach of contract, demanding the German company give it access to key technologies within weeks. Unless it does so, Suzuki&#39;s biggest shareholder must sell back its stake and quit the alliance, it said on Friday.</p><p>VW replied that it had provided "intensive technical support" for developing efficient engines including hybrid technology and that it was looking into its legal options.</p><p>

    The new Suzuki Swift S-Concept car is displayed during the first media day of the 81st Geneva International Motor Show at the Palexpo in Geneva

    Suzuki Motor accused Volkswagen of withholding hybrid technology it had promised to share, triggering an exchange of legal threats in the increasingly acrimonious spat over their two-year-old alliance.

    Japan's Suzuki has served VW with a notice of breach of contract, demanding the German company give it access to key technologies within weeks. Unless it does so, Suzuki's biggest shareholder must sell back its stake and quit the alliance, it said on Friday.

    VW replied that it had provided "intensive technical support" for developing efficient engines including hybrid technology and that it was looking into its legal options.

  • <p>Stencils used to paint slogans supporting the Occupy Wall Street movement on shirts, rest on the ground near bottles of spray paint in Zuccotti Park near the financial district of New York</p><p><b>Anti-Wall Street protesters are preparing on Friday to block efforts to clean up the Lower Manhattan park where they set up camp nearly a month ago, raising concerns of a possible showdown with authorities.</b></p><p>The private owner of the publicly accessible Zuccotti Park, Brookfield Office Properties, plans to start cleaning at 7 am the area where several hundred protesters from the Occupy Wall Street movement have been camping since Sep 17.</p><p>Protesters fear it is an attempt to shut down the movement that has sparked solidarity protests in more than 1,400 cities and plans for global rallies on Saturday in 71 countries, according to Occupy Together and United for Global Change.</p>

    Stencils used to paint slogans supporting the Occupy Wall Street movement on shirts, rest on the ground near bottles of spray paint in Zuccotti Park near the financial district of New York

    Anti-Wall Street protesters are preparing on Friday to block efforts to clean up the Lower Manhattan park where they set up camp nearly a month ago, raising concerns of a possible showdown with authorities.

    The private owner of the publicly accessible Zuccotti Park, Brookfield Office Properties, plans to start cleaning at 7 am the area where several hundred protesters from the Occupy Wall Street movement have been camping since Sep 17.

    Protesters fear it is an attempt to shut down the movement that has sparked solidarity protests in more than 1,400 cities and plans for global rallies on Saturday in 71 countries, according to Occupy Together and United for Global Change.

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