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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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This report in The Mint gives information on the extensive preparation for 5G in India including auctioning of 5G spectrum for 51,236 Mhz that was allocated to telecom service providers for 150,000 crore rupees. Jio bid 88,000 crore for half of the spectrum with Airtel Bharti bidding with Vodafone for the rest. The cumulative economic impact on transformation of India is expected to be $450 billion for India by 2035, according to the Ministry of Communications. PM Modi will be shown three d ...
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New obesity prevention grocery store rules in Britain require that no food high in salt, sugar or fat can be placed within 2 metres of a checkout or queueing area and restricted to certain areas in the store.
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Efforts to bring better wages and conditions to fast food business  through a law passed by Governor Newsom in California, to bring upward mobility and integration into the mainstream of society for millions of American families and children being opposed by McDonald's and Starbucks. Current wages are $15 a week which would bring a typical fast food worker $30,000 a year for a 40 hour week for 50 weeks. The poverty level for a family of five is $32,470 on the Healthcare.gov si ...
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EU energy ministers approve a windfall tax of $140 billion as solidarity contribution of fossil fuel producers. This follows action taken by president Biden in the $369 billion US Climate bill to generate the funds for social solidarity and for climate change action for brighter future in US and Europe.
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The perilous situation in Pakistan after the floods and severe damage to the economy is shown in this BBC report.
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Foreign Ministers of India and China, S. Jaishankar and Wang Yi call for diplomacy and negotiations to settle the conflict in Ukraine without it having to spill over and affect poor and developing countries in insidious ways through food and other shortages.
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"This year something has happened in Labour. The hope of a Labour victory has turned into a belief." Keir Starmer UK's Labour party leader says being dull does not bother him. One of the big differences with the UK Conservatives is now on display says Starmer on windfall profits of fossil fuel companies to be taxed in the call by Labour. "One of those big differences is between a Labour party that wants the fossil fuel giants to contribute more of their windfall profits t ...
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The Truss government UK budget in September 2022 does little for the most vulnerable populations in the cost of living crisis. It also fail to take any significant steps to build up energy supplies. Of all the governments in the G-7 countries France, Germany, Italy, Canada, it is the weakest when it comes to promoting social cohesion or taking action to promote both energy supplies and renewable energy for the transition during climate change. Spain has just introduced a wealth tax for ...
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Issues of war an peace, food supplies, climate change and renewable energy transition, world health, and other issues that relate to the wellbeing of people in the world can only be met by broadening the membership of the UN Security Council. US president Biden favors broadening the membership of the UN Security Council. Ministers of the G4 countries, Germany, India, Japan and Brazil met this week to push for reform of a UN Security Council that is now not working or dysfunctional. 
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Action to tackle the cost of living crisis taken by G-7 countries France, Germany, Italy, Canada, US, is shown here in The Guardian. France and Germany have taken the strongest action to protect lower income people, the US with the Inflation Reduction Act has taken broad steps to limit healthcare costs and invest in the economy. The UK appears to be the weakest in taking action and the new budget of Mr. Kwarteng is seen in this way as failing to protect vulnerable parts of the populati ...
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Inflation in the US eased from 8.5% to 8.3% in July according to the Labor Department consumer price index. This reflected declines in gasoline costs, airfares, and slower growth in cost of groceries. Climbing housing costs are a problem. They now make up 25% of the August 2022 inflation rate, up from 20% in February.
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Agricultural experts say it would take 2 bumper harvests to restore stable food supplies in the world after the effects of drought on agriculture and the war in Ukraine.
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Unemployment rate in urban areas of India decrease for the fourth consecutive quarter to 7.6% in the April to June quarter of 2022. It is now lower than the pre-pandemic level.  Employment growth continued in July and August, as shown in the Global Purchasing Managers Indices for the Manufacturing and Services sectors. The Finance Ministry say what is at work are the reflection of "increasing effectiveness of income support and targeted subsidies provided by the government, c ...
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