“We think we can be partners with India in its growth going forward, but that depends on India’s policies and its continued reform process,” said Karan Bhatia, GE’s vice president for international law and policy and former deputy U.S. trade representative for Asia.
The communists claim it was a murder by a rival group. They are demanding the authorities quickly arrest those involved.
The newspaper report gives no details on the “hostile forces.”
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By Julia Zappei The Associated Press PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia (AP) — Malaysia has pledged to help young Muslims in neighboring Thailand to secure better education and employment to ease violence sparked by an Islamic separatist movement.
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By Jean H. Lee The Associated Press SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — For weeks after North Korean guards seized Laura Ling and Euna Lee near its borders and took the American journalists to Pyongyang, citing on criminal charges, Ling and Lee’s families waited quietly for news about them.
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By Young-Joon Ahn The Associated Press President Roh Moo-hyun BONGHA, South Korea (AP) — Bowing deeply and laying white chrysanthemums before his portrait, tens of thousands of mourners journeyed this past Sunday, May 24, to the southern village where former President Roh Moo-hyun killed himself by jumping off a rocky cliff overlooking his home.