CCPA asks FSSAI to probe claim of Nestle adding sugar to baby products

CCPA asks FSSAI to probe claim of Nestle adding sugar to baby products

Consumer protection regulator CCPA has asked Food Safety and Standards Authority (FSSAI) to look into the claim of a Swiss NGO, Public Eye and International Baby Food Action Network, that Nestle was selling baby products with higher sugar content in less developed countries like India. “We have written to the FSSAI to take cognizance of … Read more

India, China Fight for Influence Over Tiny Archipelago Nation

India, China Fight for Influence Over Tiny Archipelago Nation

Updated Nov. 11, 2023 12:12 am ET Listen to article (2 minutes) NEW DELHI—The fierce rivalry between India and China for influence in the Indian Ocean is on display in the tiny archipelago nation of Maldives, better known for its white sand beaches and crystal clear waters than as a strategic military outpost. The Maldives … Read more

The 'Global South' Isn't All Pro-Hamas

The 'Global South' Isn't All Pro-Hamas

India has sided with Israel, and many other developing countries have an interest in seeing it win its war.

Russia Turns to Longtime Arms Customers to Boost War Arsenal 

Russia Turns to Longtime Arms Customers to Boost War Arsenal 

Listen to article (2 minutes) Russia has sought to retrieve parts from defense systems it had exported to countries such as Pakistan, Egypt, Belarus and Brazil, as it tries to replenish the enormous stocks of weapons being expended for the war in Ukraine. Last April, a delegation of Russian officials visiting Cairo asked Egyptian President … Read more

Rescue workers searched for survivors in western Afghanistan after powerful earthquakes killed at least 2,445 people and injured thousands more, in one of the deadliest seismic disasters to hit the country in recent decades.

Rescue workers searched for survivors in western Afghanistan after powerful earthquakes killed at least 2,445 people and injured thousands more, in one of the deadliest seismic disasters to hit the country in recent decades.

Rescue workers searched for survivors in western Afghanistan after powerful earthquakes killed at least 2,445 people and injured thousands more, in one of the deadliest seismic disasters to hit the country in recent decades. Source link

India's Booming Stock Market Is Leaving China in the Dust

India's Booming Stock Market Is Leaving China in the Dust

The South Asian nation’s market has been a quiet outperformer for a decade. Now foreign investors are starting to pay attention. Source link

Melting Glaciers Raise Risk of Deadly Himalayan Floods

Melting Glaciers Raise Risk of Deadly Himalayan Floods

Listen to article (2 minutes) NEW DELHI—Scientists studying lakes formed from melting glaciers in India’s Himalayan regions warned in 2021 that one in particular posed a danger to the nearby population. That warning proved prophetic last week as the lake sent water rushing down into the valley below. Copyright ©2023 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. … Read more

China's Factory Floor Is Moving—But Not to India or Mexico

China's Factory Floor Is Moving—But Not to India or Mexico

Companies seeking alternatives to China are finding the country’s vast interior still holds big advantages. Source link

He Raced This 114-Year-Old Motorcycle Cross-Country and Won

He Raced This 114-Year-Old Motorcycle Cross-Country and Won

By A.J. Baime | Photographs by Stephanie Nortiz for The Wall Street Journal Oct. 6, 2023 5:00 pm ET Listen to article (2 minutes) Todd Cameron, 56, a mechanical engineer and owner of an RV rental business, who lives in Monrovia, Calif., on his 1909 Indian “Cannonball” motorcycle, as told to A.J. Baime. Copyright ©2023 … Read more