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India has been ranked 51st globally in terms of ability to attract, develop and retain talent while Switzerland topped the list compiled by leading global business school IMD. The annual IMD World Talent Ranking covered 63 countries and assessed the methods the countries adopted to attract and retain talent. The rankings are based on a ..
Topics: Countries • Europe • Finland • Geography of Europe • IMD • Luxembourg • Member states of the Council of Europe • Member states of the European Union • Member states of the Union for the Mediterranean • Member states of the United Nations • Members of the Nordic Council • Sweden
The Nordic-Baltic embassies will host the first-ever Nordic-Baltic Youth Film Festival in collaboration with the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi from November 13-18, 2017. The festival will offer a diverse mix of some of the most celebrated and Oscar nominated movies from the Nordic-Baltic region. This platform offers a great opportunity for Nordic-Baltic countries ..
Topics: Baltic region • Baltic states • Continents • Europe • Geography of Europe • Latvia • Member states of NATO • Member states of the Council of Europe • Member states of the European Union • Member states of the United Nations • Nordic-Baltic Eight • Republics
EU has agreed to extend economic sanctions on Russia for another six months at the one-day summit held in Brussels. The main reason for extending sanctions was Russia’s failure to abide by the Minsk agreements on Ukraine. This decision has been taken amid growing pressure from investors and energy interests in Europe to roll back the ..
Topics: Annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation • Crimea • Geography of Europe • International relations • International sanctions during the Ukrainian crisis • Politics by country • Politics of Crimea • Republic of Crimea • Russian irredentism • Ukraine • Ukrainian crisis
India and Finland inked pact in New Delhi to boost bilateral cooperation on social security. Subsequent to the agreement: No social security contribution will be paid by detached Indian nationals working on a short term contract up to 5 years in Finland, provided they continue to make payment in India and the benefit will be ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2012