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By Rajendra Jadhav
MUMBAI, March 19 (Reuters) - Indian jewellers called off a
19-day strike late on Saturday after government assured they
will not be "harassed" by the excise department in collecting a
new tax, the head of a trade body told Reuters.
Jewellers from the world's second-biggest gold consumer went
on an indefinite strike from the start of March after government
reintroduced a 1-percent excise duty on gold jewellery after
ATHENS, March 18 (Reuters) - EU and IMF inspectors assessing
Greece's bailout progress will leave Athens on Sunday and return
after Catholic Easter, sources close to the talks said, dashing
Greek hopes that the review could be concluded as early as the
end of March.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras wants to wrap up the bailout
review swiftly and start talks on debt relief to restore
confidence in the country's economy and convince Greeks that
their sacrifices are paying off after six years of austerity.
NEW DELHI, March 19 (Reuters) - India expects to harvest at
least 92 million tonnes of wheat this year despite rains and
hail pummelling the crop, the farm minister said on Saturday,
almost in line with the previous government forecast.
"The recent untimely rains and hailstorms in some parts of
the country have caused some damage but, as per the present
assessment, production of wheat in the country will still be
around 92-93 million tonnes," Radha Mohan Singh said in a
NEW DELHI, March 19 (Reuters) - Police have arrested five
suspects in the hanging to death of two Muslims herding cattle
in India, in an incident that led to violent protests sparked an
outbreak of violence in the eastern state of Jharkhand amid
reports the attackers were Hindu vigilantes.
India is the world's largest exporter of beef and its fifth
biggest consumer, but the killing of cows is forbidden in some
regions, including in the state of Jharkhand, as many Hindus
regard the animal as sacred.
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