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\"(We could) evaluate in the future a participation... but not today,\" Carlo Malacarne told analysts in a conference call on third quarter results.
Gentiloni will replace Federica Mogherini, who was set to take on her new role as foreign policy chief in Brussels tomorrow.
NATO warns Russia over Ukraine rebel polls  (31 October 08:47 pm) 
\"Statements by Russian officials that Russia would recognise these so-called \'elections\' show that Russia continues its efforts to destabilise Ukraine,\" Stoltenberg said.
Wipro today said it has implemented customer relationship management (CRM) solution at SRL Diagnostics to help transform its customer care operations.
The average price of a new home in 100 major cities was 10,629 yuan ($1,738) per square metre in October, down 0.4 percent from September.
The average price of a new home in 100 major cities was 10,629 yuan ($1,738) per square metre in October, down 0.4 percent from September.
Sales fell by 2.2 percent to 623 million euros, because the euro was strong against the currencies of key Asian markets, the airline said.
In a statement issued by the presidency and read on local television, Compaore declared a \"power vacuum\" in the west African country.
Starting tomorrow, ATM use over 5 times per month will attract fee of Rs 20Using ATMs to withdraw money or for other purposes like balance enquiry beyond five times in a month will attract a levy of
In August this year, China inaugurated its extension of railway line in Tibet which come close to the Indian border in Sikkim besides borders of Nepal and Bhutan.
In the national capital, housing prices dropped by 3 per cent during the first quarter of this fiscal compared with the January-March 2014.
DoPT has issued separate instructions for all ministries and asked them to follow procedures for seeking advice or clarification on court cases.
The Finance Ministry today said it will seek additional Rs 10,000 crore fund for recapitalisation of PSBs for meeting global capital adequacy or Basel III norms.
The state government had sent several welfare schemes for approval but no green signal has been given by the Centre so far, the chief minister said.
\"ECI is likely to visit here on November 10-11 to review election-related arrangements in the state,\" a senior State Government official told PTI today.
Osborne said the govt plans to redeem some National War Bonds issued in 1917 when it refinances 218 million pounds of debt issued as far back as the 18th century.
Thackeray, who today attended the swearing-in ceremony of Devendra Fadnavis government following a last-minute call from Amit Shah, held talks with the BJP President after the event.
Nissan says it\'s recalling more than 1,800 Infiniti SUVs in the US for an air bag problem that could send shrapnel into the passenger compartment.
\'Only 5 km road built in Gurgaon in 10 years of Cong\'\"I was surprised to know that just 5 km of new roads were built in Gurgaon district during last decade. It is on the official record,\" Singh said.
In a separate tax case, the Supreme Court had ordered Nokia India on March 14 to give a Rs 3,500 crore guarantee before it transfers the plant to Microsoft.
The authorised representative of the company, Ankit Gandhi also appeared before the court which directed him to remain present in all the hearings of the case.
Senior IRS officer & outgoing CBDT Chairman K V Chowdary was appointed by Government as an Advisor to SIT that is probing black money cases.
The results for ANZ were roughly in line with guidance and boosted by a 17 per cent cut to bad debt provisions of Aus$989 million.
The results for ANZ were roughly in line with guidance and boosted by a 17 per cent cut to bad debt provisions of Aus$989 million.
Negotiations with Italy\'s President Giorgio Napolitano yesterday failed to result in an appointment, indicating disagreements over the best candidate.