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WSJ : India Update News.- Reliance, Universal Studios in Talks

Reliance, Universal Studios in Talks Indian conglomerate Reliance is in talks with Universal Studios about building a $1.5 billion integrated theme park and resort in India. Evidence Ties Afghan Leaks to Soldier Investigators have found concrete evidence linking Pfc. Bradley Manning with the leak of classified Afghanistan war reports, a defense official said. IMF: U.S. Financial System Still at Risk The IMF says the U.S. financial system is "slowly recovering," but remains vulnerable to crisis, in part because Congress and the administration have failed to streamline a regulatory system marked by turf battles and overlapping responsibilities. U.K. Leader Propels India Ties U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron wrapped up a visit to India with initiatives designed to propel the new "special relationship" that Britain seeks with its former colony. Sumit Ganguly: India's Machiavellian Turn Policy makers might one day regret their abandonment of a princi

WSJ :India Update: Drugs, Poor Discipline Afflict Afghan Army. July 29th., 2010

July 29, 2010 -- 12:00 p.m. Drugs, Poor Discipline Afflict Afghan Army The U.S. strategy for leaving Afghanistan is dependent on building capable Afghan forces that can take over, but U.S. soldiers complain of a trigger-happy attitude, general carelessness and drug use. Goldman Bans Swearing in Emails Goldman Sachs is telling employees that they will no longer be able to get away with profanity in emails. Cameron Urges Trade Links With India The U.K. prime minister asked India to lower barriers to foreign investment and pushed to further expand trade relations to create jobs in both countries. Firms Aim to Simplify EU's Rules Microsoft, Google and other U.S. tech giants are pushing to streamline Europe's privacy rules in order to offer more remote computing and data-storage services. Some European governments are resisting. Warming Oceans Harm Vital Plant Life Rising sea temperatures can have a harmful effect on the tiny plant life that forms the