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Tata Chemicals Ltd is evaluating business opportunities related to exploration and import of lithium from Bolivia to India, according to a Mint report. Senior executives from the company met government officials from Bolivia, sources told the paper. The opportunity is expected to benefit Tata Chemicals ...
New Delhi: Tata Chemicals Ltd is looking at business opportunities related to the exploration and import of lithium from Bolivia to India and possibly to other countries where the company operates. A team of senior executives from the company recently visited the South American nation, which has the ...

Enchanted by the idea of this strange and unlikely place, lots of travellers to Bolivia ensure that their itinerary includes a stop-off at the salt flats. Not all of them have a blockbuster-themed photo shoot in mind, however! Based in Hong Kong, travel photographer Dominic Chiu is a huge Star Wars fan, who'd ...
Bolivia has outlined plans to produce and market lithium-ion batteries together with Germany's ACI Systems, which is set to invest US$1.3 billion in the project. Demand for lithium, a key element in electric car batteries, is expected to surge in the coming years. Bolivia, alongside Chile and Argentina, is part ...
A centuries-old dispute between Chile and Bolivia has come to a head at the International Court in the Hague. Landlocked Bolivia is demanding that Chile give it access to the coast. On Wednesday, the court heard final arguments from both sides. Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Santiago, Chile.
Cuban Health Collaborators in Bolivia Hold Scientific Event ... The investigative rigor by doctors and nurses characterized this event, at which a highly qualified jury assessed them to choose the best papers to be presented in the next national scientific event by the Cuban Medical Brigade in Bolivia.

The Bolivian statesman gave the Real Madrid president the Book of the Sea, which includes all the historical and legal argumentation in which Bolivia ... at the headquarters of the Spanish Confederation of Employers' Organizations, to strengthen cooperation and open Bolivia's doors to new investments.
The United States men's national team will head to Chester, Pa. to face off against Bolivia in May, kicking off a set of three friendlies this summer, U.S. Soccer announced Thursday. The match on May 28 at 7 p.m. ET will take place at Talen Energy Stadium, home of Major League Soccer's Philadelphia ...
“With the addition of the Bolivia game, we have a great set of experiences on the table for our young players this summer,” U.S. head coach Dave Sarachan told ussoccer.com. “Bolivia presents different challenges than Ireland and France. We're thrilled to be starting the tour in Philadelphia, one of the great ...
Special camps are being established by bespoke travel firm Black Tomato in Bolivia in August and October. The 'Blink' camps will appear briefly on the landscapes of the volcanic Eduardo Averoa Natural Reserve and the lunar-like Salar de Uyuni. Holidaymakers will travel from La Paz a six-night journey ...
Policemen are seen outside of Palmasola prison after a violent episode inside the prison in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. REUTERS ... Located in eastern Bolivia, Palmasola houses an estimated 4,000 inmates and is reputed to be one of the most dangerous and overcrowded penitentiaries in the country. It was the ...
Blink in Bolivia, an extension of the brand's Blink itineraries, launched in late 2016 and has Black Tomato's team of experts working closely with guests to design and build luxe temporary accommodations almost anywhere in the world, giving them once-in-a-lifetime access to untouched places like the ...
This year, four of the chapter members from the University will be traveling to Bolivia over the summer. Bridges to Prosperity is a national organization that plans and constructs bridges for communities in need in other countries. There are chapters at universities where students are able to plan and receive ...
Seven prisoners were killed and 25 people were wounded when more than 2,300 police officers raided Bolivia's notorious Palmasola prison. Police were searching for weapons and other contraband on Wednesday during the raid on the facility that prisoners largely control, sparking a gun battle with the ...
The flag, stretching over a distance of 200-kilometer (124 miles), was part of a demonstration of Bolivia's demand for a corridor to the sea. The maritime ... On a visit to the city of La Paz, Pope Francis has called for dialogue between Chile and Bolivia over a long-running border dispute. His time in the city, ...
The Tsimane people, descendants of the Incas, are among the most isolated people in Bolivia. They number about 16,000 and live in 80 mostly riverbank villages of 50 to several hundred people scattered across about 3,000 square miles of Amazon jungle. They are forager-farmers who fish, hunt, cut down ...
Bolivia has deployed an unusual weapon in a maritime dispute with Chile - a colossal flag stretching about 200 km (124 miles). Bolivia wants to recover access to the Pacific Ocean, which it lost to Chile in a 19th Century war. It is due to take its demand to the International Court of Justice later this month.

A potentially record-breaking banner 200 kilometers long will be unfurled in a ceremony in Bolivia Saturday as part of the Days of the Sea celebrations commemorating the 2013 maritime lawsuit. RELATED: It's Latin America's Turn to Help Cuba: Bolivian Vice President. To the tune of the Naval March, the ...
With a degree from Rutgers Law School, and years of campaigning behind her, she has taken her case to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, calling for the repeal of a legal provision in Bolivia which imposes lesser penalties for perpetrators whose victims are between 14- and 18-years-old.
If you read much about travel, you can't fail to have noticed Bolivia popping up on nearly every 'top 10 countries to visit' over the last two years. It's in that perfect sweet spot of still being completely local and authentic, but the basics of tourism are starting to pop up to make it easier to get around and learn ...
As recently as 10 years ago, Bolivia's indigenous Aymara and Quechua women were socially ostracised and systematically marginalised. Known as 'cholitas', these women, recognisable by their wide skirts, braided hair and bowler hats, were banned from using public transport and entering certain public ...
Outside, the government soldiers were charging through the small village, firing away. Hours passed before the shooting stopped. By then, as her relatives held an impromptu wake in the dark, Marlene was dead — an innocent victim of the violent unrest that wracked Bolivia in the fall of 2003.


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