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LyrArc brings in selected articles from many of the world's top publications.

Articles are selected by experts and you can see the gist of the important articles.


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See pictures of the new La Guardia airport, and the work of the team that made the new Terminal B happen. The old airport was called a "third world airport" by president Biden. A reflection of what had happened in America with the defunding of infrastructure leaving subways and airports that were simply breaking down and dilapidated.
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The world would need 3 Germanys to provide the resources that one Germany consumes today. Earth Overshoot Day looks at the sustainable resources and how much each country consumes of resources. By July 28 planet earth had already consumed all the natural resources it could sustainably regenerate for the year. Experts say Earth would need three quarters of another Earth to provide the amount of resources consumed by our planet today.

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Issues Boeing has with its Dreamliner 787 aircraft have left the company with $25 billion in aircraft inventory.
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The slow pace of business travel is increasing the divergence between fall and summer fares to 25% for domestic travel in the US, says this report in WSJ.
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India's loan for the bullet train project is for 81% of the 1.1 lakh crores cost of project  from the Japan International Cooperation Agency, at 0.1% interest rate for 50 years with 15 year grace period. These are extraordinary terms provided by the Japanese government agency as part of its international aid for development.

Mr. Modi said at the time in 2019 during inauguration of the bullet train project that anybody told about the terms of the loan would find it ...
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This Economic Times report provides details about the  remaining aspects of the Indian Mumbai Ahmedabad bullet train project using Japanese technology. The project is being expedited with the federal and state governments completing land acquisition and covering extra costs of the project. This was one of the projects coming out of meetings and close collaboration .between Modi and Shinzo Abe of Japan. The cost estimated at 1.1 lakh crore is financed for 81% of cost by Japan's JICA ...
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As summer travel surges Delta faces problems at under staffed airports with cancellations. Delta is tackling labor shortages of its own after the pandemic operation cuts. It had to hire 18,000 employees in a short time with higher costs with increase in wages. 
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The Tories are seen shifting their position from working with the unions during the pandemic and Boris Johnson's position that there would be no return to the period of "low wages, low skills, and low productivity," in this analysis in The Guardian. Faced with risks of higher inflation in Britain the conservatives have shifted to supporting no more than a 3% wage increase for rail workers in the face of 8% increase in inflation in Britain in 2022. Rail ...

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