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We were robbed by the government because we complained to the authorities, adds Padiyar For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Niles | Published: April 2 2017 11:23 am Top News Authorities in southwestern Michigan have identified a 13-year-old boy who died after a carbon monoxide leak in a hotel pool area that also sickened about a dozen people Employees at the Quality Inn & Suites in Niles called 911 around 10 am Saturday after seeing six unresponsive children on the pool deck Police say a seventh child was found unresponsive in a first-floor room Police Chief Jim Millin says Bryan Douglas Watts of Niles was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital Millin says responding officers administered chest compressions to some children and helped get the affected kids into awaiting ambulances Two responding officers were treated for carbon monoxide exposure and released from the hospital Niles Fire Capt Don Wise says the leak was caused by a malfunctioning vent pipe from the pool heater Choice Hotels which owns Quality Inn said in a statement that its thoughts were with the affected families and that this “isolated incident” occurred at an independently-owned franchise For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | London | Updated: June 27 2016 9:34 pm Along with British banks now holiday market businesses airlines and builders bear the brunt of Brexit (source: AP/wikipedia) Top News Airlines holiday companies and housebuilders joined British banks in bearing the brunt of Brexit-induced market turmoil on Monday which analysts said reflected expectations Britain was headed for recession following its vote to leave the EU The FTSE 250 index which is more closely aligned to the British economy than the multi-national heavy FTSE 100 was down 128 percent in the two days of trading since Thursday’s vote The FTSE 100 was down 52 percent while sterling tumbled to a fresh 31-year low against the dollar and British 10-year government borrowing costs sank below 1 percent for the first time as investors seek a respite from turbulent markets “UK lead indicators are already consistent with a recession and will likely now worsen” Credit Suisse European equity strategist Andrew Garthwaite said Globally the vote wiped $208 trillion off equity markets on Friday the biggest daily loss ever British employers’ group the Institute of Directors reported that a quarter of its members would put a freeze on recruitment and 5 percent would make redundancies Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Its snap reaction survey of 1092 members also found 22 percent of companies were considering moving some of their operations outside the United Kingdom whereas only 1 percent said they would bring operations back “A majority of business leaders think the vote for Brexit is bad for them and as a result plans for investment and hiring are being put on hold or scaled back” IoD Director General Simon Walker said Prime Minister David Cameron business leaders economists and politicians from US President Barack Obama to China’s President Xi Jinping had urged Britons to stay in the 28-member bloc to protect global markets trade and political stability EMPLOYMENT FEARS Housebuilders were amongst the worst hit stocks with the two biggest firms Barratt and Persimmon both losing 39 percent of their market value over the two days Canaccord analyst Aynsley Lammin said they were being dragged lower by fears that the British economy could tip into recession leading to job losses and a seizing up of the housing market Scotiabank economist Alan Clarke said he had downgraded his forecast for 2017 growth to zero from 2 percent “It could be deeper I could be overly harsh but I suspect we will have a recession” he said explaining that there were risks to consumer spending – the driving force of the economy at the moment – and investment Shares in British banks also plunged on Monday over the fall out from the shock result of the vote Fears about currency weakness and job security also hit airlines and travel stocks with shares in hoteliers airlines and tour operators falling further on Monday after tumbling on Friday The International Air Transport Association predicted the number of air passengers could be 3-5 percent lower as a result of economic weakness following the vote It said the EU was easily the biggest destination market from Britain accounting for 49 percent of passengers The impact is expected to be particularly pronounced for carriers such as easyJet down 21 percent and Ryanair which are predominantly focused on European markets IAG comprising British Airways Iberia Vueling and Aer Lingus already warned on profit on Friday due to expected lower demand for travel Brexit also calls into question EU agreements on open airspace that have fostered a huge expansion of air travel creating uncertainty for both British and other EU airlines Shares in holiday group Thomas Cook were trading down 34 percent after closing down 16 percent on Friday both hurt by the prospect of an economic downturn and the sharp drop in the pound making summer holidays on southern European beaches more expensive TUI Group Europe’s largest tour operator is also expecting a hit due to the effect of translating from pounds to euros for its profit and loss account However CFO Horst Baier said he doubted whether a sustained weakening of the pound would dampen Brits’ enthusiasm for travel German daily Bild had over the weekend predicted that economic weakness in Britain following Brexit could mean fewer Britons fighting for space with Germans in popular Spanish beach resorts and lead to lower prices for trips For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsDistrict Industries Centre (DIC) General Manager R I Chavda called up to say that since the parents of these applicants were defaulters of a loan taken by them from Bank of Baroda (BoB) earlier, alleging discrimination on caste lines.

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