As Sebastian Vettel nurses his hangover, Bernie Ecclestone can raise a toast to the F1 gods after a weekend to savour in Malaysia gave the sport a reason to smile again.
Two Czech women who were kidnapped by an al-Qaeda-linked armed group in Pakistan have been freed, after the Turkey-based Humanitarian Relief Foundation (İHH) worked to secure their release.
Turkey intends to become a member of the China-led Asian Infrastructure and Investment Bank (AIIB), the Treasury said on March 26 by a written statement.
India’s famously frugal Mars mission has been extended by around six months thanks to a surplus of fuel on board the spacecraft, the country’s space agency said March 24.
Category: EMRE DELİVELİ
Now that the lira and other emerging market (EM) currencies have somewhat stabilized, at least for the moment, it may be useful to try to understand why some underperformed, while others overperformed, peers.
For long years, the world economic literature was not locked into a word such as “patient.” When the U.S. Fed turned the topic of the timing of the rise of interest rates into a lotto, then the answer to the question “when?” was formulated as: “being patient and not being patient.”
The stronger U.S. dollar has stemmed external pressures in some countries from signs of weaker currencies and falling foreign exchange reserves.
Police have detained more than 1,000 people in eastern India over a cheating scandal that saw relatives scale the walls of a school exam centre to help students, a senior officer said March 22.
The author of a major new history of the Great War and the fall of the Ottoman Empire, Oxford University Professor Eugene Rogan, tells the Hürriyet Daily News that the effects of the conflict are still being felt in the region 100 years later.
At least 30 people, including children, were killed and dozens more injured when an express train derailed in northern India on March 20, authorities said
Businesspeople want to see the removal of trade barriers as well as more participation from small and medium-scaled enterprises (SMEs) in the global supply chain, according to a survey by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
Category: FOLDED CORNER
FOLDED CORNER - ‘The Fall of the Ottomans: The Great War in the Middle East, 1914-1920’ by Eugene Rogan (Allen Lane, 512 pages, £25)
Governments cannot rely solely on low inflation and easy monetary policy to consolidate recovery and boost employment even though growth prospects are improving in the world’s largest economies, the Paris-based OECD said on March 18
Category: BARÇIN YİNANÇ
“The rise and demise of the Turkish trading state; is there a way out?” was the title of the speech Professor Kemal Kirişci delivered recently to mark the fifth year of the Foreign Policy Forum of Boğaziçi University and TÜSİAD, Turkey’s top business body.
Shops and schools in a town in eastern India where an elderly nun was gang-raped closed March 17 in protest over perceived police inaction, as anger mounts over the 'inhuman' crime, business owners said.
Turkey is second in the world in terms of the amount of content restricted on Facebook due to government requests
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has pointed to defamation laws protecting modern Turkey’s founder Mustafa Kemal Atatürk as an example of the 'different legal and cultural environments' in which the world’s largest social network operates.
Prayers were said at churches across India on March 15 for an elderly nun who was gang-raped at a convent in an attack that has intensified anger over sexual violence and fuelled fears among beleaguered Christians
An Indian bride has walked out of her wedding ceremony after her groom-to-be failed to solve a simple math problem, police said March 13.
Siemens Turkey has launched an innovation competition for young people to encourage innovative ideas with the motto “some inventions change the world,” the company said by a press release on March 11.
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