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International News on October 1, 2012

  • A court in Russia has issued a ban on the controversial US film 'Innocence of Muslims'. The Tveroski district court in Moscow said that the film contains extremist material which entails its automatic ban across the country.
  • United States of America to review visa fee hike after Presidential Election in November.
  • The Taliban group in Pakistan offers protection to Imran Khan.
  • British Marxist Historian Eric Hobsbawm died at the age of 95. He is a prolific writer who has written more than 300 books including the trilogy The Age of Revolution, The Age of Capital and The Age of Empire.
  • Exit polls in Georgia shows that the Georgian opposition has won 70 per cent in the parliamentary election held today.

  • Japanese PM reshuffles his cabinet
    Joriki Jojima is the new Finance Minister of Japan Andhra News

    GE Healthcare Mobilizes 'GE Global Pink Ribbons' to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month
    GE Healthcare today announced its second ‘GE Global Pink Ribbons’ campaign will run in over 40 global locations during October 2012. Business Wire India

    Frost & Sullivan: Increase in Government IT Spending Expected to Drive IT Security Market in the Middle East
    A growing need for network connections necessitates added protection for consumers from an ever-increasing number of threats, which are not only highly furtive and concealed but also highly targeted and customised Business Wire India

    HCL Infosystems Launches Its Mobility Products in the UAE
    Business Wire India

    CFTC Approves trueEX as First Regulated Exchange Serving the $300 Trillion Global Interest Rate Swaps Market
    The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has approved trueEX, the first Dodd-Frank compliant swaps exchange, as a Designated Contract Market (DCM). trueEX will initially serve the $300 trillion global interest rate swaps (IRS) market and expand into other liquid derivatives as appropriate. Business Wire India

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