Ahead of the assembly polls in the state of Kerala, while addressing a public gathering in Thodupuzha town of Idukki district on March 27, BJP chief JP Nadda said, "Our vote share has increased from 5% to 16% to 18%-19%, but seat share hasn't. Time has come to say goodbye to communists, United Democratic Front (UDF), Left Democratic Front (LDF) and Congress." "They have been coming in to power like musical chairs. Both (LDF and UDF) are ideologically bankrupt," he added. "Kerala's 40 nurses in Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS)-controlled Iraq were brought back safely, 46 nurses from Libya were also brought back. When it comes to taking care of Kerala people, not only inside state but in any party of India or the world, it's PM Modi who has given emotional support," Nadda further stated.
Spanish MEP Adrián Vázquez Lázara has told Euronews that Mediterranean products like olive oil should be left out of plans to introduce a mandatory food labelling system, designed to inform consumers of healthier choices.
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Dutch MEP Samira Rafaela told Euronews that businesses must become less dependent on just-in-time supplies if future disturbances to international trade, like the pandemic or Suez Canal blockage, are to be avoided.
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In gauging the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on the real estate market in Dubai, Euronews' Target discovers that the first half of 2020 actually saw transactions worth the equivalent of €16.3 billion. So how is the market faring - and where is it heading?
A total of 14 fishermen were released by Sri Lankan government, two days after being arrested. The fishermen were fishing in the middle of the Mediterranean sea, when Sri Lankan Coast Guard on patrol arrested them for allegedly fishing across the border. After Prime Minister Narendra Modi's request, wherein he urged the government to release them within 24 hours, Sri Lankan government released them.
Fish stocks in the Mediterranean Sea have dropped to alarming levels due to decades of overfishing. Coastal states fear an impending collapse of fisheries. But in a protected part of the Adriatic Sea between Croatia and Italy, fish populations are recovering. Is this the solution?
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