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The Week Ahead: Is This The Stock Market's Secret Weapon?
The bumpy ride for the stock market has continued in February as the upside reversal on Wednesday failed to stimulate much new buying. Still it was supportive that the major averages were able to recover substantially from the Wednesday lows as after Tuesday's drop the bearish sentiment had spiked as there was heavy put buying Tuesday. Individual investors also became less positive last week as the bullish% dropped 2.2% to 27.5% and could drop further this week though doubt it will go below the low of 17.9% on January 14th. The bearish% dropped 5.2% to 37.3% as the neutral camp rose 7.5%. The S&P ...
By Tom Aspray
11th day of Delhi civic stir; employees burn PM, CM effigies

New Delhi, Feb 6 (IANS) The strike by municipal workers continued for the 11th day on Saturday as employees of Delhi’s civic bodies burnt effigies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over non-payment of salaries.


The protestors, in north Delhi’s Burari area, said the city and central governments were not taking their demands seriously.

Hundreds of employees of the municipal corporations staged a noisy demonstration and dumped garbage at various place,s including the camp office of Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in Khichripur and Shyam Lal College in Burari.

The protestors staged a march and also burnt an effigy of Transport Minister Gopal Rai near his office at Babarpur in east Delhi.

“We will continue to dump garbage on the streets of Delhi till our demands are met,” Sanjay Gehlot, president of the Mazdoor Vikas Sanyukta Morcha, told IANS.

Gahlot said workers will visit Delhi High Court on Monday and apprise it of the whole issue.

United Front of MCD Employees president Rajesh Mishra said a section of doctors and engineers called off their strike but it will not affect their ongoing protest. “The strike is on,” he maintained.

“We will not call off our strike till our demands of reaching a permanent solution to the crisis and merger of municipal corporations are considered,” he added.

Employees of Delhi’s civic bodies have been protesting over the non-payment of salaries for the past few months, and directing their ire at both the Delhi and central governments for the last 11 days.

Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung on Friday announced a loan of Rs.300 crore to two municipal corporations for payment of salaries to striking workers, but they refused to heed to his appeal to return to work.

Earlier this week, the Kejriwal government had also announced Rs.551 crore to the North and East Delhi Municipal Corporations for paying salaries.

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Alfortville : légèrement blessé dans l'ascenseur qui n'a pas ralenti

Un homme d'une trentaine d'années a été légèrement blessé dans un incident d'ascenseur assez particulier, en fin de matinée, rue du Port-à-l'Anglais à Alfortville. Vers 11 h 30, ce locataire emprunte l'ascenseur pour descendre au sous-sol et appuie sur le bouton correspondant. «D'après les éléments que nous avons pu recueillir par les techniciens qui ont été immédiatement appelés, explique Jean-Lucas Diaz, directeur général du bailleur Logial, arrivé sur place peu après l'incident, l'un des capteurs d'étage chargés de ralentir la cabine aurait dysfonctionné. Elle s'est alors posée au sol un peu plus brutalement qu'à l'ordinaire». C'est cette secousse qui aurait occasionné à l'occupant des contusions multiples.

Une fois l'ascenseur stoppé, choqué par la mésaventure, le passager de l'ascenseur aurait alors immédiatement appelé sa femme, demeurée trois étages plus haut, qui, à son tour, a alerté les secours. Sur place, ces derniers ont constaté que le passager de l'ascenseur se plaignait de douleurs diverses mais sans que son état n'inspire d'inquiétudes. Par précaution, il a été conduit à l'hôpital pour subir des examens de contrôle. Si dans l'immeuble, les locataires évoquaient les «hoquets» ponctuels de l'ascenseur, Logial confiait que l'entretien de l'appareil était scrupuleux. «Il a encore été vérifié récemment et ne présentait aucun problème».



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