14 German companies will come to Kyrgyzstan with German delegation to participate in the 2nd Day of German Economy in Kyrgyzstan, reported the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Kyrgyzstan on March 6.
The objective of the event is to support a dialogue between German and Kyrgyz enterprises and public bodies and institutions, Tazabek reported.
German Economy Day will discuss agriculture, food, energy, economy and innovations issues. The forum gives an opportunity for the interested German companies to present their products and solutions to participants of the event.
German companies that will visit Kyrgyzstan: Caisley, AFC, HANSA, Knauf, Plattenhardt + Wirth GmbH, Solana, SCHMID, Schnepf, CLAAS, Etventure, Sewerin, Krones, Geotech Rohstoffe, and Festo.
Thailand’s military-led interim government has for the first time held reconciliation talks with the party that supports ousted former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra.
Representatives from the government and the party attended a meeting at the defense ministry on Wednesday.
A defense ministry spokesperson later told reporters that everyone considers finding a breakthrough to be necessary for the country’s future. The spokesperson said the participants agreed that they will cooperate to bring about political reconciliation.
Thailand has been politically divided for more than 10 years. The split is mainly between urban elites and rural workers who support the former prime minister.
The military staged a coup 3 years ago aiming to close the divide.
The interim government has said it will hold general elections to restore a civilian-led administration. The reconciliation talks are aimed at heading off political confusion in the country after the elections.
The interim government plans to hold similar talks with other political parties and hopes to exchange a memorandum to guarantee political stability.
But it remains to be seen whether the government can secure an agreement from each party.
Slow start for Indians in round one,Shubhankar, Rahil best among Indians
Gurgaon, March 9, 2017: The opening day of the Hero Indian Open 2017 didn’t go as per script for the 41 Indians in the field.
While Italian Matteo Manassero emerged clubhouse leader at four-under-68 on the weather-interrupted opening day, Shubhankar Sharma, Rahil Gangjee and amateur Rigel Fernandes, shot scores of even-par-72 to be the highest-placed among the Indians.
The threat of lightning led to suspension of play for 90 minutes on Thursday between 1515 hrs and 1645 hrs IST. As a result, only 78 players out of a total of 144 could complete their rounds on Thursday.
Englishman David Horsey who could complete only 15 holes on Thursday would challenge for the first round lead come Friday as he was sitting at five-under.
The Indian duo of defending champion SSP Chawrasia and Chiragh Kumar were both at one-under through 15 and 11 holes respectively when play was stopped due to fading light
Chawrasia, who struggled with his short putts in round one, made two birdies and a bogey through his 15 holes.
SSP, looking to become the first player to defend the title since Jyoti Randhawa in 2007, said, “It’s a good start as one expects it to be a high-scoring week. I didn’t drop any shots on the front-nine but missed at least four birdie opportunities from close range. The birdie miss from three feet on the eighth was a disappointing one. I feel that is the toughest par-5 hole and a birdie there would’ve really lifted my confidence.
“The weather interruption didn’t really bother me. In fact my round took off after the break. I made two eight feet birdie conversions on the 12th and 15th after play resumed.
“An under-par opening round would give me a good platform to build on so that will be the focus when I resume the first round tomorrow.”
Chiragh Kumar, a former Asian Tour winner mixed three birdies with two bogeys on the 11 holes that he played on Thursday.
Shubhankar Sharma, who was down with high fever till as late as Monday, carded a solid 72 on day one at his home course by capitalizing on his local knowledge. Shubhankar, a 10th tee starter, was two-over through his first 16 holes, but managed to end the round with a flourish as he birdied the last two holes.
Sharma, who made three birdies and three bogeys in round one, said, “I’m quite happy with today’s effort considering I lost a few days of practice in the lead up to the tournament due to illness. I had high fever till Monday which hampered my preparations for the week.
“Importantly, my birdies on the eighth and ninth, came as a result of some brilliant recoveries. I was in trouble on both occasions having hit poor tee shots. But good second shots followed up by 15 feet birdie conversions on both holes helped me close the round on a high.
“It’ll not be easy to negotiate the greens here as it’s tough to hit it close to the pins. That’s the biggest challenge at this course.
“However, I feel I have a slight advantage over the others since this is my home course. I’ve played on this newly-designed course many times. These are not alien conditions for me.
“I’m also coming into this week with loads of confidence having already posted three top-10s in the Asian Tour season. A top finish this week will really set up the season for me.”
Rahil Gangjee, another former Asian Tour winner, came up with five birdies, three bogeys and a double bogey during his 72 on day one.
Among the other prominent Indian names, who completed their rounds on Thursday, were Shiv Kapur (73), Rashid Khan (73), Gaganjeet Bhullar (74), Arjun Atwal (74), Anirban Lahiri (76) and Jeev Milkha Singh (85).
India’s premier golfer Anirban Lahiri, the 2015 champion, had a forgettable start to the week as he returned a four-over-76 which featured five birdies, four bogeys, a double-bogey and a triple-bogey.
Lahiri said, “I’m quite disappointed actually. I was playing well at the start but a couple of times just waiting on hitting my shot threw me off my rhythm. One instance was on the 18th when I stood on the tee for a long time and couldn’t make up my mind whether to draw or cut the ball. I ended up making a bad swing there. That led to a double-bogey.
“After the 18th, I just couldn’t find my rhythm. But I feel I’ve got enough in me to fight back. I’ll have to play error-free as there were a lot of errors today around the greens and off the tee.”
South Korea’s president is being officially removed from office. The Constitutional Court is upholding Park Geun-hye’s impeachment by the National Assembly. South Koreans will vote on a new president within 60 days.
The ruling makes Park the first democratically elected president in the country to be dismissed in this way.
Parliament’s impeachment motion was part of the fallout of an influence-peddling scandal involving Park and a longtime friend. It deeply divided the nation.
South Korean prosecutors have already indicted Choi Soon-sil on charges including abuse of power.
Choi’s accused of pressuring companies into donating 65 million dollars to non-profit foundations she’s linked to.
The special prosecutor says Park is suspected of colluding with Choi to give money.
South Korean prosecutors indicted the president’s longtime friend Choi Soon-sil and 2 of her former close aides on charges including abuse of power.
The prosecutors also concluded that the president had conspired with the 3 in many aspects of the crimes.
They said President Park had directly urged the heads of business conglomerates to donate to foundations linked to Choi.
The announcement fueled the opposition-led campaign to unseat Park.
In December, a motion to impeach President Park was approved by parliament.
The Constitutional Court then began hearings on the parliamentary decision.
Meanwhile, Park Young-soo, a special prosecutor authorized to act independently of the government, took over the investigation into Park’s alleged influence-peddling for 90 days.
He concluded that President Park had conspired with Choi to receive bribes of about 25 million dollars from the Samsung Group, in the form of investments in foundations linked to Choi.
He also said that Park colluded with a former minister of culture to blacklist cultural figures considered critical of her administration and cut off their state support. The former minister has been indicted on charges of abuse of power.
The results of the special prosecutor’s investigations are not directly linked with the Constitutional Court’s proceedings. But opposition parties say the judges should take the results into consideration.
Both the prosecutors and the special prosecutor had wanted to question Park face-to-face.
But although she expressed a willingness to cooperate with the investigators, she never met with them.In South Korea, an incumbent president is exempt from criminal prosecution. But if the Constitutional Court upholds Park’s impeachment, she could face arrest and indictment.
Poland was the only country which opposed the reappointment of former Polish prime minister Donald Tusk as President of the European Council on Thursday, Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka said on Twitter. Ahead of an EU leaders’ summit, current Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo said Warsaw did not want Tusk because he had criticized Polish government policies
Two people died after being injured at a protest against the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye, which took place on Friday, Yonhap News Agency reports. A 72-year-old man, identified only by his last name Kim, was taken to the hospital bleeding, the agency said, citing police. The second victim, a 60-year-old man, also named Kim, was found unconscious at a subway station near the Constitutional Court. Two more people were also injured during the protests on Friday, the agency added.
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