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IMO FRIEND HADI LAGHARI RECEIVES AWARD FROM PEERS IN PAKISTAN FOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO MANGO INDUSTRY ...

EXPO AGRICOLA CHIAPAS: MARCH 22 - 24, 2012 ...

NARCO VIOLENCIA VUELVE A COLOMBIA ...

Retornó la violencia mafiosa al Valle del Cauca





SEMANA Panorámica del centro del municipio de El Cairo, Valle.


REGIÓN
Los asesinatos de cuatro hombres en zona rural de El Cairo y de tres en Cali hacen temer el regreso de ajustes de cuentas entre miembros de dos organizaciones criminales al servicio del narcotráfico: 'Machos' y 'Rastrojos'.
Jueves 16 Febrero 2012



Aunque las autoridades no lo aceptan públicamente, en el norte del Valle es vox pópuli que desde hace algunos meses se revivió una guerra a muerte entre varias facciones mafiosas que se disputan el dominio territorial y el manejo del negocio del narcotráfico en esa región del país.



La más reciente señal de esa guerra fue la masacre de cuatro hombres ocurrida el pasado domingo 12 de febrero en zona rural del municipio de El Cairo, al norte del Valle. Tres días después del hecho, todo parece indicar que el narcotráfico sería el móvil, tras conocerse detalles inéditos y que tienen atemorizados a los habitantes de la reg…

TERRORISMO EN PERU ...

Terrorismo activo
Un ataque terrorista contra una base del Ejército peruano deja un saldo de un funcionario muerto












El ataque de supuestos terroristas contra una base del Ejército peruano en la región Ayacucho causó hoy la muerte de un capitán del Ejército, informaron a Efe fuentes oficiales.

El ataque fue perpetrado hoy contra una patrulla de la base militar "Unión Mantaro", en la provincia ayacuchana de Huanta, en la zona del Valle de los Ríos Apurímac y Ene, precisó el Comando Conjunto de las Fuerzas Armadas.

Un comunicado oficial añadió que el presidente Ollanta Humala junto al ministro de Defensa, Alberto Otárola, y el jefe del Comando Conjunto, Luis Howell, presidirán las honras fúnebres del fallecido, al que se ha calificado de "héroe de la democracia".

El cuerpo del capitán, identificado como Germán Parra del Carpio, será trasladado hoy a Lima. El periodista Pedro Yaranga, experto en temas de terrorismo, declaró a la cadena local de noticias ATV+ que este ataque …

PERU'S TOP MANGO EXPORTERS THROUGH WEEK SIX 2012...

By Will Cavan
Executive Director
International Mango Organization (IMO)
Vista, California






www.mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com








February 16, 2012












The latest data was released by the Peruvian Mango Exporters Association (APEM).






Here are the top exporters from Peru through week six 2012:






#1. - FLP DEL PERU has shipped  1,149,707 (4kg) cartons or 207 containers for 9.68% of all Peruvian mango exports.




#2.- SUNSHINE EXPORT  has shipped 1,118,226 cartons or 202 containers for 9.41% of all exports.




#3. - DOMINUS has shipped 664,464 cartons or 120 containers for 5.59% of all exports.




#4. - CAMPOSOL has shipped 638,104 cartons or 115 containers for a 5.37% share of all exports.




#5. - SOLCASE has shipped 338,384 cartons or 61 containers for 2.85% of all exports.




#6. - FRUTAS PIURANAS has shipped 334,674 cartons or 60 containers for a 2.82% share of all exports.




#7. - FRONTERA DEL PERU has shipped 327,096 cartons or 59 containers for a 2.75% share of all exports.




#8. - SATURNO has shipped 304,066 cartons or 55 …

INDIA: MANGO ORCHARDS GIVE WAY TO "PROGRESS" ...

Malihabad set for a ‘power’ful poll battle


Rajiv Srivastava, TNN | 

Feb 17, 2012, 05.52AM IST




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Kal se kaun is baagh ko rangiin banaane aayega,kaun phoolon ki hansi par muskuraane aayega;
kaun is sabze ko sote se jagaane aayega, kaun in paudon ko seene se lagaane aayega
...aye Malihabad ke rangiin gulistaan alvidaa...







LUCKNOW: Doyen of Urdu poetry Josh Malihabadi penned these lines expressing his love for his birth place.




These words aptly express the feelings of over three lakh natives of Malihabad, many of whom have reluctantly decided to bid adieu to the mango orchards by converting them into commercial and residential plots.

Situated about 30km from Lucknow, Malihabad (reserved) constituency lacks in basic facilities like electricity and irrigation which have badly hit mango production, forcing many to resort to cu…

FREE TRADE AGREEMENT POSSIBLE FOR INDIA ? ...

India and EU in free trade talks
Rob Hay | 17 February 2012 | 



Future trade agreement between India and the European Union highlighted at recent meeting in Delhi






Positive signs have emerged from recent trade talks between India and the EU consensus on a Free Trade Agreement could soon be reached.



“The EU-India Free Trade Agreement will be the single biggest trade agreement in the world, benefiting 1.7bn people,” said European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso. 


“It would mean new opportunities for both Indian and European companies. It would mean a key driver for sustainable growth, job creation and innovation in India and Europe.”



Currently the EU is India's largest trading partner, accounting for about US$113bn of trade in goods and services in 2010, according to a report by the European Commission. Bilateral trade in goods rose by 20 per cent between 2010 and 2011.




India has climbed from 15th to eighth in the list of the EU's main trading partners since 2002. The EU export…

LONDON - MONACO LUXURY CAR DASH SPONSORED BY FINANCIAL TIMES ...

Damon Hill to steer the first FT Run to Monaco





Formula 1 World Champions from past to present will take part in the first ever Financial Times supercar experience – the FT Run To Monaco. The exclusive event will see former F1 champion Damon Hill leading the participants in a fleet of luxury supercars on a route from London, through France and culminating at the Monaco Grand Prix 2012.

The private event, organised by The Run To Global Ltd. in partnership with the FT, will take place over five days beginning with an opening speech by Damon Hill and a car blessing ceremony at Hampton Court Palace before guests head over the Channel. Along the way drivers will get a chance to emulate their racing heroes by taking part in sprint challenges on track, be treated to the finest cuisine and hospitality and get behind the scenes access to the Formula 1 World Champions at the Red Bull Energy Station for the weekend.

Ben Hughes, Global Commercial Director and Deputy CEO of the Financial Times, said: …

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US: Sales and Job Market


January retail sales were mostly positive. After stripping out the volatile auto and gasoline components, retail sales increased by 0.6% mo/mo and, after inflation, sales were up 2.0% yr/yr. The significance of the data is that the increase in sales is equivalent to the long-term average. Weekly jobless claims continue to surprise on the upside and, as a result, the four-week moving average dropped to t…

WEATHER FORECASTS FOR MANGO REGIONS ...

NO HAPPY ENDING IN SIGHT ...

Greece and the euro
From tragedy to farce

Feb 15th 2012, 15:27 by J.R.









HAPPY endings were never much of a feature of classical Greek tragedies. Talks around a further bail-out of Greece have run the gamut of modern literary genres, taking in drama and thriller. Now they seem headed for farce.

On February 14th a meeting of finance ministers in the euro area was postponed when it became apparent that not all Greece’s main political parties were willing to pledge to honour tough new conditions demanded in return for a bail-out. A day later Antonis Samaras of the New Democracy party reversed course and wrote to the European Commission and International Monetary Fund promising to implement the austerity measures if his party wins a general election in April. On the streets of Greece, meanwhile, protestors have continued to demonstrate against the planned spending cuts. Events have taken an ugly turn, with some protestors burning the German flag while some right-wing newspapers have cast Germa…

USAID AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS AROUND THE WORLD ...