Medical students back from Ukraine still looking for solutions

Medical students cannot be admitted to Indian institutes. Some are looking at transferring to univs in other countries. They were evacuated due to the war in Ukraine and brought back to india.
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10 hours ago

Democrats push through Manchin's energy bill to fight climate change - The Washington Post

Congress is on track to pass a stopgap spending bill that would keep the lights on past Friday, and it includes some $12 billion in badly needed Ukraine aid. But another critical provision failed to make it into the package: legislation that critics have unfairly characterized as a sop to Big Oil but that is, in fact, indispensable in the fight against climate change.
#Manchin #Congress #Democrats #Ukraine #News #Science #Enviornment


16 hours ago

Spike in oil price is breaking India's back: Jaishankar

OilIndia, which has a USD 2,000 per capita economy, is concerned over the price of oil due to the Russia-Ukraine conflict. He said there is a very deep concern among developing countries about how their energy needs are addressed.
#OilIndia #Ukraine #News #Business #Markets


Yesterday

World Bank projects 2022 EAP growth to dip to 3.2% from 7.2% in 2021 - Fibre2Fashion

Growth in the East Asia and the Pacific (EAP) region is projected to decelerate from 7.2 per cent in 2021 to 3.2 per cent this year. The slowing growth is mostly due to China, where activity is predicted to deceelerate sharply to 2.8% in 2022. Global commodity prices are also expected to decline from their current highs but will remain significantly higher than before the war in Ukraine.
#WorldBank #EastAsia #News #Business #Economy


2 days ago

Russian stocks tumble to their weakest level since 2017 amid reports of possible new sanctions - MarketWatch

The MOEX, a closely watched benchmark of Russian stocks, fell as much as 10% on Monday and was last down around 6% to 1,953.16, marking the weakest level since June 2017. Today’s drop the worst since Russia invaded Ukraine in late February.
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3 days ago

'Working on Court's Suggestions': Centre to SC on Ukraine-returned Students' Issues

The centre has told the Supreme Court that medical students who returned from Ukraine cannot be accommodated in the Indian universities in the absence of provision under National Medical Commission (NMC) Act, 2019. The top court said one officer cannot handle 20,000 students and the government can develop a web portal for students to access information.
#SupremeCourt #Indian #Act #Ukraine #News #Health #Medicine


5 days ago

European markets: European stocks benchmark sinks into bear market on growth woes - The Economic Times

The index sank 2.3% by the close in London, to the lowest level since December 2020. More defensive sectors like food and healthcare outperformed, while cyclicals slumped. European stocks have come under particular pressure this year as they’re more impacted by the war in Ukraine and the escalating energy crisis.
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5 days ago

Rate hikes, Ukraine war, China woes dim Asia growth outlook: ADB

The Asian Development Bank cut its growth forecasts for developing Asia for 2022 and 2023 amid mounting risks from increased central bank monetary tightening, the fallout from the war in Ukraine and COVID-19 lockdowns in China. For 2023, the region's combined economy, which includes China and India, will grow 4.3% this year.
#AsianDevelopmentBank #Asia #News #Business #Economy


1 weeks ago

Big bank CEOs to highlight economic, regulatory challenges to Congress -testimony

Snarled supply chains, the war in Ukraine, high inflation and the federal reserve's efforts to contain it signal tougher times ahead, he adds. He will argue strict rules require banks to hold more capital pose a significant economic risk and are bad for America. His testimony comes ahead of a pair of oversight hearings for the nation's seven largest retail banks.
#Congress #Ukraine #News #Business #Markets


1 weeks ago

Russia may start targeting civilian satellites in space, because Starlink provided internet service in Ukraine- Technology News, Firstpost

Russian diplomat says civilian satellites may become a legitimate target for retaliation. He is the head of the Russian delegation to the United Nations office for disarmament affairs.
#Starlink #Russian #Russia #News #Technology #Internet


1 weeks ago

India gains big by importing Russian oil; Govt saves ₹35,000 cr due to discounts

The imports from Moscow at discounts, coupled with levying a windfall tax, helped India save 35,000 crore. India went on bargain hunting for Russian crude as the Ukraine conflict prompted Moscow’s traditional buyers to shun those barrels.
#HindustanTimes #Russian #Moscow #News #Business #Economy


1 weeks ago

Marta Kostyuk: "I have no pending personal revenges"

The conflict between Russia and Ukraine continues unabated. A young tennis player originally from Kiev expected a different attitude from the other players. She recently had a dispute with the Belarusian tennis player.
#MartaKostyuk #Belarusian #Russia #News #Sports #Tennis


1 weeks ago

A Ukraine-returned medical student writes: I’ve been let down by the authorities in India

The fear created then has become a looming presence in my life. The last semester of my medical degree ends this December. There has been no official statement with regard to our academic future in the country.
#TheIndianExpress #Ukraine #India #News #Health #Medicine


1 weeks ago

Fees in 50% Seats in Private Medical Colleges to Be Fixed in Line with Govt Medical Colleges: Minister

The fee for 50 per cent seats in private medical colleges will be fixed in line with government medical colleges. The move would help address the shortage of doctors in medical colleges of the state and also benefit medical students who returned from war-torn Ukraine.
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1 weeks ago

Vijay Kedia's advice for retail investors on how to overcome market volatility

Ace investor Vijay Kedia said 'short term crisis is a big time opportunity for long term investors' he advised investors to flow with wind as everything is temporary on Dalal Street. In one of his tweets, he has given a hint on how Indian market's came out of recent FIIs selling and Russia-Ukraine war.
#VijayKedia #Indian #Russia #News #Business #Markets


1 weeks ago

Russia says private satellites are 'legitimate target' in wartime

Russian delegation made provocative statements at a meeting of the united nations' open-ended working group on reducing space threats. The comments come after its ongoing invasion of Ukraine prompted Elon Musk's SpaceX to send multiple shipments of Starlink terminals to Ukraine to boost internet coverage and connectivity.
#ElonMusk #SpaceX #Russian #Russia #News #Science #OuterSpace


1 weeks ago

Russia's Rosneft Completes Yuan-Denominated Bond Sale

The Kremlin has grown closer to China in recent months, boosting trade since the invasion of Ukraine. The company successfully rolled out a bond sale backed by Chinese yuan worth $2 billion.
#Rosneft #Chinese #Yuan #Kremlin #News #Business #Economy


1 weeks ago

Ukraine’s ‘academic mobility’: Temporary relocation of Indian students will be allowed in 29 countries, says NMC

A week after giving approval to the 'academic mobility programme' being offered by the Ukrainian government for Indian medical students. A nod has been given to the academic mobility programme. It refers to temporary relocation (for the period of conflict) to universities in Poland, Austria, Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Moldova, Slovakia, Spain, Uzbekistan, the US, Italy, Belgium, Egypt, Belarus, Latvia, Kyrgyzstan, Greece, Romania, Sweden, Israel,
#NMC #Ukrainian #Indian #Poland #News #Health #Medicine


1 weeks ago

SBI opening rupee accounts for trade with Russia

A large part of bilateral trade between India and Russia is getting settled in rupee due to sanctions imposed by the US and Europe following Moscow's attack on Ukraine. The central bank has authorised all banks to open such special rupee vostro accounts.
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2 weeks ago

Ukraine-returned medical students can’t be accommodated in Indian universities: Govt tells SC

The central government told the Supreme Court that the medical students who were forced to return from Ukraine cannot be accommodated in the Indian universities. The affidavit was filed by the Secretary of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
#SupremeCourt #Indian #Ukraine #Ukraine #News #Health #Medicine


2 weeks ago