News Headlines - 30 July 2013

BBC News - MPs 'plan to question Twitter over abuse'

MPs wish to question Twitter executives over the site's handling of abuse, a Commons committee chairman says. John Whittingdale said MPs wanted to determine whether social networks were "doing as much as they can" to protect users and identify perpetrators.

BBC News - India coalition approves new state of Telangana

India's ruling Congress-led coalition has unanimously agreed to the formation of a new state in the Telangana region of southern Andhra Pradesh state, officials say. With a population of 40 million, the proposed state comprises 10 of Andhra Pradesh's 23 districts including Hyderabad, India's sixth biggest city.

Deloitte failed to manage conflicts of interest before demise of MG Rover | The Guardian

One of the UK's largest accounting firms, Deloitte, failed to manage conflicts of interest when advising MG Rover Group and the "Phoenix Four" directors who bought the British carmaker before it collapsed.

Worst banks for withdrawing cash abroad - Telegraph

Withdrawing money from a cash machine abroad can often be one of the cheapest ways to get your foreign currency when overseas - but watch out for the traps.

Matsui officially retires as a New York Yankee | Reuters

Japanese slugger Hideki Matsui was afforded an emotional farewell to Major League Baseball on Sunday, ending his glittering career as a New York Yankee after re-signing with his old team for less than two hours.









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