Tuesday, July 18, 2017

DUTERTE ASKS PARLIAMENT TO EXTEND MARTIAL LAW TILL YEAR’S END

President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines has asked lawmakers to prolong martial law in Mindanao until the end of 2017 to allow his armed forces to contain an Islamist insurgency on the island province, his spokesman said Tuesday. Martial law was imposed in May in response to attacks by Islamic State affiliated militant groups. The battle for the provincial capital Marawi is estimated to have claimed over 500 lives so far.
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 KOREA SOURCING MEET – 2017             

                                                                                         
                                   Unique opportunity to source directly from the manufacture
Dear Sir,
We are pleased to invite you to an INDO-KOREAN TRADE MEET (buyer seller meeting) between Indian companies and Korean suppliers listed below. The objective of the one to one meet is to enable Korean manufacturers to locate distributors/ importers / retailers and hence develop a mutually beneficial business relationship.
 Please note that on account of the trade agreement (CEPA) between India and South Korea the custom duties on various products from Korea have been reduced Therefore making Korean products highly competitive in the Indian market.
 SCHEDULE
Date: –    29st August 2017
Venue: – The Lalit Hotel (Forum Hall)
                  Sahar Airport Road,
          Nr International Airport, MUMBAI 400 059
Time: –    9:00 am-5:00 pm

Date: –    31st August 2017
Venue: – The Lalit Hotel
                   Barakhamba Avenue, Connaught Place,
                  Near Modern School, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
Time: –    9:00 am-5:00 pm
The lists of Korean suppliers attending are –
No
Company Name
Product
Homepage
1
Daea Metal Corporation
ICE Cube Maker
2
DMCOSMETICS CO.Ltd
Color Cosmetics, Anti-baterial&airtihht cosmetic container
3
LEADONEMED
Multipolar RF for homeuse, Skin Scrubber, Blackremover stick
4
Samyoung Metal Co.,LTd.
Stainless steel tubes&fittings
5
NSV CO.KR
PO-MAT, Water hammer arrestor, Rubber mount, Hangerm Pad, Spring mount, Hanger, Inertia base, Sound attenuator
6
WONJIN POLYMER
Industrial adhesive, Nail adhesive, Eyelash extension adhesive
7
wellbing health pharm
Gwanjeolae joint cream
8
JSM Global Co., Ltd.
Maskpack
9
Koreacospack
Mask, Skin caare, Makeup
10
popphone
Smart travel charger
11
PKLNS Co.,Ltd
Digital podium, Interactive LED Board
To Register Free of Charge to meet one or more of these Korean Manufacture
 please fill the below form and send it back to us at the earliest 
Name of Company:
Contact Person:
Address:
Telephone:
Mobile:
Email:
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US THREATENS SANCTIONS TO VENEZUELA

Venezuela’s opposition has called for a 24-hour strike on Thursday in protest against President Nicolás Maduro’s plans for a new constituent assembly.
In a statement, leaders said 7.6 million people had taken part in Sunday’s opposition-organised referendum on the plans. They also announced they would name new Supreme Court judges.
The assembly, made up of citizens, would have power to scrap the National Assembly and rewrite the constitution. Opposition parties control the National Assembly and are calling for fresh elections before Mr Maduro’s term expires in early 2019.
US has said, it will take swift and strong economic action if the government of Nicolas Maduro imposes its Constituent Assembly on July 30. President Donald Trump, in a White House statement, yesterday said, the Venezuelan people had on Sunday made clear that they stand for democracy, freedom and the rule of law.
The statement reiterated the US call for free and fair elections, vowing to stand with the people of Venezuela in their quest to restore democracy in their country. Trump said the strong and courageous actions of Venezuelans continue to be ignored by a bad leader who dreams of becoming a dictator.
On Sunday, the opposition organized a popular referendum in which over 98 percent of 7.2 million voters said they opposed Maduro’s proposal to call the Constituent Assembly.
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AN EARTHQUAKE STRIKES OFF PERU

Peru, an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.4 struck today. The US Geological Survey said, the quake occurred about 220 kilometers west of Arequipa, Peru’s second most populous city.
Arequipa region’s President Yamila Osorio said on Twitter that authorities are monitoring the situation. There is no immediate reports of injuries or damage. Peru lies on the “Ring of Fire”, an arc of fault lines that circles the Pacific Basin and is prone to frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
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FOREIGN MINISTER JULIE BISHOP TO VISIT INDIA

Australia’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Julie Bishop MP, arrive New Delhi on Tuesday, for two day, 18-19 July 2017. High Commissioner, HE Ms Harinder Sidhu, has welcomed the announcement and said the visit places emphasis on India as one of Australia’s top economic and security partners. “We are committed to exploring ways to expand our engagement even further,” Ms Sidhu said. “Our countries have a dynamic and growing knowledge partnership, flourishing people-to-people links and converging political, economic and strategic interests. And there is scope for us to do much more together.”
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop arrived in New Delhi this morning on a two-day visit. Her visit is aimed to step up bilateral engagement in a range of key areas including defence, security and trade.
According to the external affairs ministry, she is scheduled to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi this evening. Before it, she will also hold talks with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley and Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar.
Swaraj and Bishop will have extensive deliberations under the foreign ministers’ framework dialogue. In the presence of both leaders Australia will sign, the Modi government’s key renewable energy initiative, International Solar Alliance Framework Agreement. During their talks, entire range of bilateral cooperation including the issue of Australian uranium supply to India, will alos be discussed.
In a statement in Canberra, Bishop said ways to boost defence, security and trade ties will be explored during the visit. She said, both countries will discuss their deepening defence and security relationship, shared interests in a stable Indo-Pacific region and the ways to boost trade and economic ties.
In a statement, Australian High Commissioner in New Delhi Harinder Sidhu said her country was committed to explore ways to further expand bilateral engagement with India.
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