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    Powerful earthquake hits Kathmandu

    A powerful earthquake measured at magnitude 7.9 hit central Nepal on Saturday, causing deaths and injuries and knocking downVictor Mallet in New Delhi

  2. After a week in which US and world stock markets thwarted for...
    April 25, 2015

    8 hours ago

    All's fair

    After a week in which US and world stock markets thwarted forecasts of a correction by setting new all-time highs, John5m 5secs

  3. 11 hours ago

    Grace Bumbry sang as Venus at Bayreuth in 1961

    Sir, I enjoyed reading your interview with Jessye Norman (Lunch with the FT, April 18). But when she states that she does

  1. 11 hours ago

    Productivity: voters have a clear choice

    Sir, Given the pressing economic challenge of secular stagnation, it is disappointing that it has not been a feature of the

  2. 11 hours ago

    Supposing Generation K cannot compromise

    Sir, Noreena Hertz’s summary of her “Generation K” research certainly made interesting reading (FT Magazine, April 18), but

  3. 11 hours ago

    Social entrepreneurship institute to open in London

    A centre for the study of philanthropy and social entrepreneurship is to open at the London School of Economics with a £30mJames Pickford

  4. 11 hours ago

    Putting the Studio 54 fable of the white horse out to pasture — at last

    Sir, I write with reference to “Lunch with the FT: Barry Diller” by Matthew Garrahan, published in the Financial Times on

  5. 11 hours ago

    Thank you, Harry, for all those slow walks

    Sir, I will not be the only reader who is very saddened by the news that Harry Eyres has written his last Slow Lane column.

  6. 11 hours ago

    A humanity missing in much of journalism today

    Sir, Last Saturday was a day of great sadness, as dedicated readers of FT Weekend, for both my mother in Montreal and myself

  7. 11 hours ago

    The slow, good things of life

    Sir, In taking his leave of us (“Thanks for taking a slow walk with me”, Life & Arts, April 18), Harry Eyres attempts to set

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