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India, Japan ink Mou on peaceful use of nuclear energy

The Joint Statement issued after Modi-Abe meeting, clarified that the final document sealing the nuclear deal will take some time to emerge, when a certain finalization of technical details are done with. India will be able to access a new generation of nuclear reactors, over 1000 MW and hi-tech safety features, with the Indo-Japanese nuclear agreement.


Anil Ambani, Spielberg join hand to form Alblin Partners

The Anil Ambni-owned Reliance Entertainment and acclaimed Hollywood director Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks announced formation of Amblin Partners, a new film, television and digital content creation company, so as to enthrall the global audiences further. The new company will create content using the Amblin, DreamWorks Pictures and Participant brands and will aim to produce around four to seven movies a year apart from digital and television content, and has an available funding of $1 billion.


Amazon leads Rs 150 crore funding in home services startup Housejoy
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Crude prices extended losses in Asia on Thursday after another report showing a further increase in US stockpiles added to fears about a global glut, while the dollar strengthened after the Federal Reserve hiked interest rates. The commodity suffered fresh selling pressure on Wednesday after a report from the US Department of Energy showed that crude supplies rose 4.8 million barrels in the week ending December 11.


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US to double H1B, L1 visa free to upto USD 4.5k for indian firms
The U.S. Congress has imposed a special fee of up to USD 4,500 on the H1B and L1 visas popular, among Indian IT companies to fund a 9/11 healthcare act and biometric tracking system. The money generated, expected to be more than a billion USD per annum, would be used to fund a biometric entry and exit tracking system, in addition to funding health screenings and treatments for 9/11 first responders. According to the agreed bill, the new USD 4,000 fee would apply to companies having at least 50 employees with 50 per cent of their employees on H-1B or L-1 visa.


Asia stocks gain as Wall Street rises before Fed, Dollar stands tall
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