We looked inside some of the tweets by @AlexandraUlmer and here's what we found interesting.
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Biggest potential story in the world to which we are paying too little attention: How Narendra Modi responds to the Pulwama terror attack that killed 40 Indian soldiers. He vows a "befitting response" to Pakistan. India's general election is just three months away.
Very good primer by @haricito: India-Venezuela Relations: A Case Study in Oil Diplomacy
Three weeks after Juan Guaidó declared himself interim president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro remains firmly in control. The risks of a prolonged stalemate are rising, with big risks of what happens next. https://www.wsj.com/articles/venezuelas-maduro-shows-no-sign-of-leaving-now-what-11550097501 … via @WSJ
Bulgaria?! The plot thickens: Venezuela oil firm PDVSA transferred millions of euros to Bulgarian bank accounts
'Go and sit in one corner': India's Supreme Court tells former top police officer
Lovers, comrades! Forbidden love in North Korea finds a way in Vietnam https://reut.rs/2thfEMw
Love in the time of communism, or how unbelievable patience - 31 years of waiting! - ultimately paid off:
Reuters Exclusive: India's antitrust commission is looking into accusations that Google abuses its popular Android mobile operating system to block its rivals, sources told Reuters. Story will be out soon.
Scoop today that Vale knew the Brumadinho dam had heightened risk of collapse just months before the disaster raises difficult questions (thread)
My latest: Is Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro doomed? That's exactly what they said about Syria's Bashar al-Assad half a decade ago https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-02-10/venezuela-s-maduro-is-doomed-they-said-that-about-syria-s-assad … via @bpolitics
The Congress is short on cash, so having Priyanka foray into politics will ensure wall-to-wall coverage & boost the party on social media. Fresh take by @MilanV :
How gold unearthed by ragtag, malaria-stricken miners in Venezuela's jungle ends up in Turkey - and allows Maduro to import badly needed food. Terrific reporting on Venezuela's opaque gold trade by @Coropo & @mramirezcabello https://reut.rs/2GiGZGI
A Catholic nun in India told police that a bishop raped her 13 times. A cardinal & Vatican representatives allegedly ignored her pleas for help. “We are broken. The church we have given our lives to won’t even give an ear to us." Our latest: https://nyti.ms/2E1OmA4 @NYTimesworld
A Tidal Wave of Mud - a deep dive into what went wrong in #Brumadinho and how we got there
Big scoop here. A US move would come in the wake of India’s new rules on e-commerce that restrict the way Amazon and Walmart-backed Flipkart do business. Both companies unsuccessfully lobbied against the restrictions, which came into force on Feb. 1.
Terrific reporting here:
Martin Wolf: India will rise, regardless of its politics https://on.ft.com/2D6Gbk0
Wolf remains bullish on India: 2019 may change India’s politics but on the economy, the “strong consensus for weak reforms” will endure.
Bad news for Modi from UP: @rajendra1857 and @mayankbhardwaj9 interviewed more than 50 farmers. Most had enthusiastically voted for the BJP in 2014, and all said they would think twice before doing the same this time around.
"They should be very worried, especially after the defeat in the three major Hindi heartland states," @YashwantSinha told Reuters, referring to the BJP after its recent defeats.