Had a home buyer been asked a couple of years back whether or not he would invest in a house in Gurgaon; the answer may have come with a considerable uncertainty. The city was reeling under the detrimental effects of the recession that had hit the residential property market in the country. But the situation has changed now. Throughout last year, the prime issues that were plaguing the country were dealt with. The most important change that happened in 2014 was the installation of a new central government, one with full majority in the house.
With the quantity of damages attributable to natural disasters seeming to increase every year, many residents might be trying to find alternative ways to improve their amount of safety. While homeowners insurance in Florida along with flood and hurricane coverage can be an effective way to provide financial protection for home owners, so is preparation for natural disasters.
One of the initial steps when planning for natural disasters would be to identity which sort of catastrophes your home is most prone to. Here in Florida, hurricanes and flooding may be more frequent than others, but it is also valuable to be prepared for other disasters like bushfires and earthquakes, which can happen in many areas at any time.
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Greenpeace warned that the company British Petroleum (BP), responsible for oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, used for dipping oil dispersant, thus avoiding to surface, thus concealing the extent of the stain.
He said that another oil company strategy to try to hide the damage is hiring local fishermen to help with cleanup, but puts them in the contract a clause ‘gag’ which requires them not to talk to the media.
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The terrorist attacks today in Moscow, Russia, and killed dozens of people were allegedly perpetrated by Islamic nationalists .
The history of the conflict in Chechnya is very long. The Chechens were a minority oppressed by the Tsarist empire, so strongly joined the Soviet Revolution. Support for the Bolsheviks was overwhelming and, as a result, could defeat uprisings by Islamic extremists. The collectivization of the ’30s was, however, was rejected and severe conflicts between government forces and the local population, that grew with the Second World War, as a Chechen rebel government sought an alliance with Nazi Germany.
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In the forest of Katyn, Smolenks, close to the border with Belarus, were executed in 1940 over 20 thousand Polish civilians in the hands of the Russian secret police. Stalin’s Russians blamed the Nazis for the holocaust and only in 1990 Mikhail Gorbachev acknowledged the facts. If relationships between Russia and Poland was weak, with the confession of guilt is compounded. So the Polish President Lech Kaczynski agreed to travel to Smolenks to pay tribute to victims of the slaughter. However, the dense fog prevented the pilot to see the dense forest and the trees cut off the wings of the plane that crashed and left no survivors.
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At present moment our priority is to promote the struggle and solidarity of so-called informal miners, unions in conflict regional movements, Amazonian struggles in order to achieve their most heartfelt claimed responsibility.
Our support for the union of police, while facing corruption of their institution, fought for the release of their detainees, against the violators of human rights. When faced with organized crime, drug trafficking. Fight for better living conditions for themselves and their families.
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After one of the strongest earthquake on record, the Chilean infrastructure held up quite well, but the cost of repairing damage will total $ 1,200 million, said on Monday the Minister of Public Works in Chile, Sergio Bitar .
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The Brazilian government announced Monday it would implement a total of $ 591 million in trade sanctions on U.S. goods in a move intended to go against cotton subsidies granted U.S. a year ago under a ruling of the World Trade.
The government published a list of 102 U.S. imports from subject to increases in import tax “II” in Brazil.
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A year ago the President of the United States, Barack Obama, is determined to make a substantive change in overseeing the U.S. financial system, terribly beaten by the global financial crisis caused almost by themselves.
But over the months complicates things, and one of the major reforms he wants to bring forward in his chair becomes cloudy each day.
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