Business  /  Published 15.04.20

Walmart fined for bribery

Inside Walmart’s corporate offices in Brazil, one local contact was known as the “sorceress” for the ability to obtain government permits quickly.In India, concerns about bribery were met with a...
By Michael Corkery/ New York Times News Service in New York

World  /  Published 15.04.20

US to hit Mexico with tariffs

President Trump said on Thursday that he would impose a 5 per cent tariff on all imported goods from Mexico beginning on June 10, a tax that would “gradually increase” until the flow of undocument...
By New York Times News Service and Reuters in Washington

World  /  Published 03.04.20

Mexico firm to stop making Corona beer

Mexico’s Grupo Modelo said on Thursday it will temporarily stop brewing Corona beer and other brands exported to 180 countries after its business activities were declared non-essential under a gover...
By Reuters in Mexico City

Opinion  /  Published 13.03.20

What will it be like if women turn

What would India, or any Indian city, look like if all women did a disappearing act for one day? Last Monday, a day after huge protests against the growing numbers of ‘femicides’ — the killing o...
By The Editorial Board in

World  /  Published 01.03.20

Gender violence protesters hold Mexico schools

Anger at increasing violence against woman — and at seeing abusers go unpunished — has led students to take over at least 10 schools or departments at Latin America's largest university....
By AP in

Opinion  /  Published 22.11.19

Gathering to remember the dead

The annual Day of the Dead festival in Los Angeles entered its 20th year as the Hollywood Forever cemetery transformed itself into a musical and artistic extravaganza. Day of the Dead, or Día de Los ...
By Suhashini Sarkar in

Opinion  /  Published 21.11.19

Come together

Sir — A slab from the Berlin Wall — a symbol of divisiveness — inscribed with an appeal to the president of the United States of America to honour the country’s dedication to a world without w...
By The Telegraph in

World  /  Published 12.11.19

Morales seeks Mexico asylum

Bolivia’s former leader Evo Morales landed in Mexico seeking asylum on Tuesday as security forces back home quelled violence over the long-serving Leftist’s resignation and opponents sought an int...
By Reuters in Mexico City

World  /  Published 12.11.19

Morales flees crisis-torn Bolivia after deadly clashes

Bolivia faced its worst unrest in decades amid a political vacuum on Tuesday, while Evo Morales, who transformed the Andean nation as its first indigenous President, fled the country following weeks o...
By AP in

India  /  Published 17.10.19

Mexico deports 311 Indians

Mexico’s migration authorities have deported 311 Indians for the first time from the country amid its stepped up efforts to check people illegally crossing its borders following pressure from the US...
By PTI in Mexico City


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