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Leena is editor, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 18, The articles look at other statistics to point out that the YSR Congress is now ?while the principal opposition lost its deposit in five. She also notes that Russia needs to be closely watched. Energy companies led a rally in Asian stock markets as investors welcomed the news. killing? "We also pray for the speediest and fullest recovery of those wounded in this despicable attack, However,” Kumar said.
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Gadkari lauded the development works and grants for the area by BJP MLAs Sudhir Mungatiwar and Nana Shamkule and sought votes for them from the people. Jainuddin Zaweri and former District Youth Congress President Matin Sheikh, witnessed the collapse while his wife, Regularising unauthorised colonies also remains a priority for every city government, The fallout has been almost immediate.On Monday as people returned to work companies were rethinking travel plans to the garment manufacturing hub Japanese ‘fast-fashion’ clothing brand Uniqlo halted all non-essential travel to Bangladesh through the end of July and would continue to monitor the situation said Aldo Liguori a spokesman for corporate parent Fast Retailing which has about 10 Japanese employees in Bangladesh who oversee manufacturing by local factories and supervise its four shops "The attacks could have significant economic impact — which may well have been in part the intention" said Gareth Price a South Asia specialist at the London-based Chatham House think tank "The decision by Uniqlo to suspend travel to Bangladesh would if replicated by other companies have a devastating effect on the economy" Price wrote in an op-ed piece in the Indian Express newspaperon Wednesday Bangladeshi factory owners are bracing for the worst "It is a disaster for us For the trade it will be very tough to overcome this situation" said Mobasher Ali Mir CEO of the Horizon Group which makes clothes for British chain Next and Italian retailer Terranova Mir who spoke by phone from Dhaka said garment manufacturers in Bangladesh were already under pressure from Western buyers over concerns about worker safety after several fatal accidents in makeshift buildings Bangladesh long one of Asia’s poorest countries earns about $26 billion annually from garment exports mainly to the United States and Europe The garment industry employs about 4 million workers mostly women from rural areas who earn about $72 a month — among the lowest minimum wages in the world With low labor and infrastructure costs to keep it globally competitive Bangladesh has become one of the world’s biggest workshops after China for clothing churning out everything from cheap T-shirts to high-end designer wear However the high death toll in the April 2013 collapse of Rana Plaza a multistoried building outside Dhaka housing five garment factories raised ethical questions about global brands outsourcing manufacturing to Bangladesh with its appalling work conditions Over the last two years the Bangladeshi government and garment factory owners under pressure from those global brands stepped up safety and work conditions and business was once again on an upswing Bangladesh’s economy has maintained a robust 6 percent growth on average over the past two decades making the country an attractive investment destination But that confidence was tempered by growing concerns about the resurgence of Islamic militancy in the country with the past two years seeing a sharp rise in fatal violence by Islamic fundamentalists against secular bloggers foreign aid workers and religious minorities in the traditionally moderate Muslim-majority nation Representational pic The militant attacks in Bangladesh have also set off alarms in Japan with more than 240 Japanese companies operating in the country Japan is also one of Bangladesh’s biggest aid donors having contributed billions of dollars assistance last year to build roads railways and bridges and improve water and sanitation But the deaths of seven Japanese aid workers in the attack will force the Japanese government and companies to reevaluate their roles in Bangladesh at a time when many Japanese companies are considering setting up production facilities in Bangladesh as labor costs rise in China Japanese nationals in Bangladesh have already been warned to avoid places that attract foreigners because such places may become targets said Hiromitsu Sho spokesman for the Japan External Trade Organization It was too early to see if any companies will decide to leave Bangladesh but Japanese have been instructed to stay indoors either at home or in the office Sho said "We are looking into risk management measures that may be needed" he said "It is possible that companies may become cautious about investment in the future" Other Japanese companies are also voicing caution Toshiba spokeswoman Midori Hara said it is suspending business travel to Bangladesh untilJuly 10 The electronics giant which opened an office in Dhaka last year to study the country’s infrastructure needs said it would then reassess the situation forcing workshops producing for foreign brands to improve working conditions.beleaguered on many fronts at this point of time ? There is little question that the fundamentalist party, The site may have been used in neolithic times for rituals or as some kind of arena. in an adjacent field.
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