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VIDEO: Should India spend more on flood defence?

Tamil Nadu's floods have killed hundreds over past weeks - and the economic cost is vast. So, should India spend more on defence?

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U.K. Tightens Borders as Paris Attacks Prompt Security Review - Bloomberg


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U.K. Tightens Borders as Paris Attacks Prompt Security Review
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The U.K. has intensified border checks and stepped up policing after the Paris attacks, Home Secretary Theresa May said after officials met to review the current threat assessment. "We will be maintaining increased levels of security at our borders and ...
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UK maker of Candy Crush bought by US's Activision Blizzard for $5.9bn - The Guardian


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UK maker of Candy Crush bought by US's Activision Blizzard for $5.9bn
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King is being acquired by Activision Blizzard, the US video game maker behind World of Warcraft and Call of Duty. The US group will pay $18 in cash for each King share ? 16% more than the UK company's closing price on Monday ? in the biggest takeover ...
Candy Crush maker King bought by Activision BlizzardBBC News
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TalkTalk 'will not waive fees'

TalkTalk says it will only waive termination fees for customers wanting to end their contracts if money is stolen from them.

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HSBC is considering moving to a country that fined it $1.9 billion - Business Insider


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HSBC is considering moving to a country that fined it $1.9 billion
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The bank is reviewing whether or not to leave the UK, as it tries to cope with increasing regulatory and tax demands. Hong Kong had been high on HSBC's list of new homes but the Chinese government's heavy-handed response to stock market crashes ...
HSBC: US preferred over China in headquarters moveThe Independent
HSBC 'considering the US' as part of headquarters reviewEvening Standard

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