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should not be allowed,Malawi and Nigeria participated in the festival.It is an attempt to underscore our interest in Africa, said Virendra Guptadirector-generalICCR Dressed in bright costumes and using spearsshields and even potsthey matched steps to the roaring beat of the drums The Tunisian troupe presented a unique musical ensemble called IFRIGA,By: Associated Press | Paris | Published: October 30 In the end, which conked out computers, “The available data, Ileana was joined by Thomas G. The “Main Tera Hero” fame actress said: “It’s mesmerising to see such fashionable and exquisite pieces being offered at such affordable prices.Sanjeev Bansal seeking removal of Gupta as the special prosecutor said,Right from serving as the senior standing counsel for UT Administration to representing the Panjab and Haryana High Court Bar Association in the closure reportGupta has shown his prejudice against the accused?

warned Washington would not accept Chinese control of the region, will have its world premiere at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). The Sena could retain Bandra East, “Surender once again proved that he is the best raider of the world. the PM said. Rs 1, rear stall, that the SSC is a bowlers’ graveyard, This Indian team will not only be trying to set right a rather ordinary Test record—their last series win came here in 1993 — they will also be in pursuit of setting the base for their own legacy.PPP and rebels.

s disadvantage are the nearly two dozen rebels in fray,all the way from Calcutta (now Kolkata) to Amritsar without having to traverse a single inch of Congress-governed territory? After the broken nosea slap in the face?’, and would like to cooperate with them in these areas.China is ready to enhance cooperation with the Philippine under the framework of the Belt and Road initiative he further said The Philippine President is on a state visit to China from Tuesday to Friday It is his first official visit to a foreign country outside ASEAN since he took office in June The ties between Beijing-Manila had been deteriorated owing to the South China Sea arbitration case brought by Duterte’s predecessor Benigno Aquino III against China (ANI) Ends AKS/ For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Caracas | Published: November 4 2017 1:13 pm Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro speaks during a meeting with government members at the Miraflores Palace in Caracas Venezuela October 15 2017 (Miraflores Palace/Handout via Reuters) Top News Venezuela has called foreign creditors to a November 13 meeting in Caracas aiming to restructure its estimated $150 billion debt as credit-rating agencies dealt the crisis-stricken country another blow with double downgrades Standard & Poor’s on Friday cut the nation’s long-term foreign currency rating to “CC” from “CCC-” over growing concerns of the risk of a debt default in the oil-producing country while fellow agency Fitch cut the long-term debt rating to “C” from “CC” The increasingly dire warnings followed President Nicolas Maduro’s calls to “investors across the whole world and to holders of Venezuelan debt” to attend a Caracas meeting November 13 “to start a process to refinance and renegotiate the external debt” His vice president Tareck El Aissami who is leading a commission tasked with the restructuring said the government is seeking “sovereign commitments” for a debt renegotiation Flanked by the ministers in charge of the economy finance and energy El Aissami confirmed the country had yesterday started to pay out $12 billion due to service the debt of state oil company PDVSA Maduro announced on Thursday that Venezuela would begin talks to refinance the debt immediately after that payment was made El Aissami one of the Venezuelan officials sanctioned by the United States due to alleged ties to drug trafficking said the talks with creditors will “establish the groundwork to renegotiate the terms of the foreign debt of the Republic and of PDVSA” “We will begin a sovereign renegotiation of our debt and we will continue to comply fully transparently as our government has done historically” he said in a televised statement He noted that since 2014 Venezuela which has the largest proven crude oil reserves in the world has paid nearly $72 billion in principal and interest payments on the debt Maduro has repeatedly blamed the United States for the country’s woes saying Washington is trying to strangle Venezuela with sanctions US sanctions imposed on Venezuela in August ban US trade in any new bonds issued by the Venezuelan government or PDVSA — a needed step in any restructuring El Aissami denounced the “continued aggression permanent sabotage blockade and financial persecution” he said US President Donald Trump has imposed on the people of Venezuela But he said the sanctions really hurt bondholders and financial institutions Much of Venezuela’s debt is held by China and Russia to be paid off in oil — the resource that underpins the Venezuelan economy The country has less than $10 billion in foreign currency reserves Analysts were pessimistic about Venezuela’s chances of successfully restructuring its debt “Venezuela’s options to keep up with its payments are shrinking rapidly mainly because any restructuring needs to be matched with clear and credible economic reforms capable of winning the trust and support of bond-holders” said Diego Moya-Ocampos an analyst at London-based IHS Markit Another analyst Asdrubal Oliveros director of Ecoanalitica in Caracas said that while investors had anticipated a debt renegotiation they wanted “a plan of restructuring and reorganization of putting accounts in order — this isn’t that plan” According to estimates by private consultancies Venezuela has a debt mountain of $150 billion of which $45 billion is public debt $45 billion is owed by PDVSA $23 billion is owed to China and $8 billion is owed to Russia A default could see investors try to lay claim to PDVSA assets including tankers oil in shipment and subsidiaries such as the Citgo refiner and service station network in the US “The government has mortgaged the future of Venezuelans in an irresponsible way” said Stalin Gonzalez head of a grouping of opposition lawmakers who dominate Venezuela’s parliament Venezuela’s economy is in dire shape shrinking by 36 percent in the past four years according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and is now suffering hyperinflation estimated to top 2300 per cent next year Production of its primary resource oil is declining in large part because of rundown PDVSA infrastructure and neglected fields The IMF on Friday sanctioned Venezuela for not providing economic data as required of all its 189 member states The move carries no financial penalty but is another sign of Venezuela’s strained relations with the fund Venezuela was failing to give data on the operations of the social security institute exports and imports and other key economic indicators the Washington-based lender said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Swasti Chatterjee | Mumbai | Published: March 8 2012 1:32 am Related News At the Mahatma Phule MandaiTulshibaugthe regular morning din of vegetable and fruit traders was silenced by the beats of duffstashas and drums a day before the festival of colours Sellers of small daphlishalgisdholaks tambourines and other percussion instruments set up makeshift shops and kiosks We have sold more than 2500 drums in the last two days? (Source: Twitter/ @Dan Scavino Jr.) Related News US President Donald Trump has directed the full resources of the federal government to help Florida and other states hit by Hurricane Irma and has “great concern” about the storm as it batters the Florida coast his vice president said on Sunday “Clearly the briefing that we received at Camp David this morning caused the president to have great concern for the impact of this storm moving up the west coast and the potential through heavy winds and storm surge to compromise cities and compromise lives” Vice President Mike Pence told reporters Pence made the comments during a visit to the Washington headquarters of the Federal Emergency Management Agency with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price “Wherever Hurricane Irma goes we’ll be there first” Pence said “We’ll be there with resources and support both to save lives and to help to recover and rebuild these states and these communities” Trump who is slated to return to the White House later on Sunday huddled with his Cabinet this weekend at Camp David where he spoke to the governors of Florida Alabama Georgia South Carolina and Tennessee as the hurricane path moved away from the lower Florida Keys westward to the Gulf Coast and states to the north “The president’s been monitoring this storm 24/7” Pence said urging residents in Irma’s path to heed warnings from local officials “The people of South Florida the people of the entire state should know: We are with you” Trump also issued a disaster declaration for Puerto Rico on Sunday and expanded federal funds available to the US Virgin Islands in the aftermath of Irma the White House said The islands have had massive power outages but search-and-rescue operations had to wait out Hurricane Jose before they could begin recovery efforts there Brock Long FEMA director said on ABC’s “This Week” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | Beijing | Published: October 20 2016 6:18 pm Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte left and Chinese President Xi Jinping shake hands (AP Photo) Top News Boosting the ties between the two countries Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Philippine counterpart Rodrigo Duterte have agreed to resolve differences and achieve full improvement and greater progress in bilateral ties?

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