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culture in the city. may do as a good. stroke for us to become the photo. to. return to earth safely technical problems of the dangers that are on the international space station on friday. economic experts predict the collapse of the euro as they gather in a covered she's been floored from the moment it was introduced. and brain power flows back to india as the troubled us economy pushes many migrants to return to their home for the promise of a bright future. good evening from moscow if you just joined us it's nine pm saturday night here with the
top stories this hour of three space crew had to spend an extra day stuck in orbit have returned safely to earth they were held up by a glitch which prevented them from docking with the space station now they'll be replaced by another team which is now the baikonur cosmodrome preparing for next month's flight sean thomas has been following the story for r.t. in moscow. the preliminary tests say that the flight crew is nominal meaning that they are in good health and in good condition after six months in space and a trying to days in fact the t.m.a. eighteen crew consisting of alexander sorts off. the ankle and tracy caldwell dyson they did launch back in april and spent six months in space but the past two days let me give you a little bit of a rundown they were supposed to come back on friday they were in their capsules ready to go and then the latches would not release it from the actual soyuz spacecraft or from the international space station so they had to do some checking to make sure that everything was ok they were able to create an electrical fire
fast of the malfunctioning appointment but they decided to wait a day because there's only a small window of opportunity for them to make their correct landing spot they decided to take that extra precaution and so today at six o two in the morning they got back into the capsules they released from the international space station successfully at eight thirty in the morning they launched a deorbit burn to send their engines a back into the earth's atmosphere then there was a tense of five minutes between nine o two and nine o seven where there was no communication whatsoever with the capsule as they were entering your satisfy your and the parachute deployed and they landed safely back on the ground at around nine twenty one local time in kazakhstan at this point they are now back at star city they are back in the moscow region and they are in fact getting their medical checkups right now as i said it looks like after six months of flying so everything is a ok the next crew which is it t.m.a. zero one am they left today from the star city to go down to baikonur to start their training for the next flight and in fact what's really unique about this
a crew is that they are the very first to test out a brand new spacecraft called the m series soyuz t.m.a. them series which you know gives them the designation at zero one m. now this group consist of alexander kaleri all a good script and scott kelly now they say that their new spacecraft is a more comfortable it's user. and they're also going from a analog system which they've been using for around thirty years to a brand new completely digital system so it's the first time that the soyuz craft will be completely digital and they say they're burning to go and that they're not nervous at all in fact listen to what scott kelly had to say about the subject they just landed. a little bit late. so ok it's not a problem it's really a testament to how well the technical experts on the ground and the crew can work together to solve problems you know there was a problem and they fixed it and now they're home safe and our docking port is free
so we can dock there and scott kelly and the rest of the team a zero one m. crew they're getting ready to launch in a couple of weeks on october eighth down in baikonur kazakhstan and their task right now is to go down to do the final preparations the final trip training make sure that their craft is ready so that they can launch up for the next group to join the international space station. correspondent still ahead tonight we search for clues behind this diplomacy by going to russia's foreign minister tells us what he thinks could be behind around the latest twists and turns on the world stage. tucked in between the russian mainland japan and the suckling island is the of minute on name talk to the french seafarer who discovered it it is described as the right of the sakhalin region close travel seven thousand kilometers from the school one of the country's most prosperous and picturesque regions. the health of future of the euro is being debated by economic experts meeting in berlin the eurozone
brought to the brink of collapse in spring by sweeping debt and overspending was a multi million multi-billion euro bailout but many critics believe this is just the beginning of the end for the single currency. and we had a room full of six hundred fifty people listening to around about fifteen speakers ranging from economists to some of the foremost currency experts in germany and also former european central bankers and they've been saying essentially that maybe not today maybe not tomorrow but sometime in the not too distant future the euro is going to collapse and they've been arguing that it's a fundamentally flawed concept in the first place that ever since its introduction it's been in inherently a wrong thing to do also officially bringing together sixteen economies nearly seventeen when i joined in january that inherently have nothing in common at the end of the day there's going to be. what they're calling an action plan is going to be four points and one of them is going to encourage people to call for
a referendum in germany on the euro asking people whether they really want to or still be enforced and the aim of these people here today through that referendum will be to bring the torch more back to germany now i am joined very kindly by michael ross who is a stock market guru and he's also the editor in chief of and you news michael thanks very much for talking to us now tell me will you be backing this referendum that's being proposed if there is a referendum of course we will be backing it but on the other hand i have big doubts that. take place because all those questions are. political we don't have from. the scene is. people just don't talk about it. here and the western media is for example covering this event to.
be christian if such could be. in the future because the political. people. able for example to vote about their own currency which is a basic democratic seen in my opinion we were not asked if you want to have it all so many other people of the european community will not and if you want them they would say no we don't like it for example we had a recent poll here in germany fifty percent of all germans didn't want the euro still don't want it at the moment and even sixty percent of the french people don't like it so why do we have it it's only thing of a political bureaucracies in brussels to behave more like the taters in my opinion you know we didn't elect them but they turned us what to do and in fact that's one
of the things that you and other people in the room is saying is that the euro is a tool for undermining democracy yes of course it's to do so very much it is the basic tool for brussels to dictate into the government how much is this conversation about guessing which of the euro pie in the sky if you like do you think it would be a hugely destabilizing thing now that the euro is in place to dismantle the u.s. and in this way some economists say that it will be almost the same as the effect that the collapse of lehman brothers hatched this is of course the other side of the calling the longer we have it the more difficult it will be to get rid of it and of course there will be thousands or millions of problems but it doesn't mean that we didn't have to start no because the longer we wait the more problems we have. get and the higher we will fall down i mean. saying in germany if you're moving the wrong direction there is no sense in excel or to the extent of the velocity you know that eve did even makes it more hard for us all at year.
iran will challenge the demands of the un security council for as long as possible despite realizing the need to restart talks over its nuclear program that is the view of russia's foreign minister sergey lavrov who spoke about nuclear issues surrounding to around during an interview for a weekly russian news show. across brazil took a total but russia's simply documented in the presidential decree what is required from russia and all the other states in relation to iran after the adoption of the un security council's new resolutions russia refused to deliver the s. three hundred surface to air missile systems to iran in support of this resolution and russia remains opposed to any unilateral sanctions against tehran. adopted by the un security council a binding but they need to be turned international laws because they are not direct application documents within countries legislation it's a further measures regarding terror and were discussed at this week's ministerial meeting in new york of the un security council's five permanent members plus
germany on the iranian nuclear problem yes we in china brought this issue up once again which if we work jointly and if our western partners continue to say that it's necessary to maintain a consolidated position on iran we need to decide whether we can have a consolidated position on all issues or if the security council should be used to achieve the maximum possible collective result but if it cannot be achieved individual states will do it beyond the agreements reached within the security council this is at least ethically and morally wrong in terms of collective work even though the iranians realize very well the need to restart talks over the nuclear program they will challenge the demands of the u.n. security council for as long as possible is going to war with iran is an ancient country with centuries of history iranian diplomats a very intelligent people it turns out that iranian diplomats are liable to holding a very drawn out or getting to the bitter end and forcing partners to work to their maximum maybe to the utterly impossible in order to learn how
a partner will be ready to react. of course we face further problems in the context of iran's nuclear dossier and in this aspect the iranian partners could be more constructive and react to the i.a.e.a. claims more cooperatively and must comply with all that we agree on a year ago in geneva the group of six and iranian representatives were agreeing on things which could be considered a breakthrough and have a positive impact even today in order to prevent the adoption of a new u.n. security council resolution we agreed then that it would take a few days to then discuss concrete dates for talks on iran's nuclear reactor problem twelve months on activity has finally started in order to convene any meeting on the issue with iranian friends could be slightly more proactive on this and i hope the meeting of the foreign ministers of the group of six in new york will make a clear statement and confirm our readiness to resume talks i hope that our meeting will have an impact and that it will begin in the immediate future. while the foreign minister's comments follow angry displays at the un general assembly of the
iranian president's speech mahmoud ahmadinejad's suggested that the u.s. could have been behind the nine eleven attacks his comments caused a walkout led by the u.s. delegation from the assembly hall president obama called them hateful and offensive the iranian leader says he is now prepared to discuss the enrichment of uranium in his country and the talks could come as soon as next month. america could soon bear the brunt of a reverse brain drain as the economy in india expands how the qualified immigrants in the us are doing a u. turn and heading back to their homeland. but to find out why. ten years ago k.j. saying would have never imagined that he'd be back in india going overseas for higher education was something that the guys who did well in academics that was the first preference there weren't too many jobs in india. in the private sector and so i followed this trend lead sing to a ph d. a job at a prestigious research institute and ultimately the skills to start his own company
but living the american dream wasn't enough the attraction for that it is only when you're sort of doing news and you're sort of pushing the on the open whatever you're doing and that really is synonymous with gort if you're looking to sort of grow to sort of. this is that a place to be and this place is bangalore india. the city of six million exports more than thirty billion dollars of i.t. products every year amidst the hustle and bustle of can just get roads and street markets is the sober jazz mean a tranquil gated community tucked in the corner of india's silicon valley many immigrants who have left the united states and come back to india have settled in gated communities like this one the residents here say that almost seventy percent of the people who live here came from abroad but one thing they can all agree on is that you definitely get more bang for your buck here in india in seems gated
community residents can enjoy the olympic sized pool state of the art tennis courts and a playground where there are just as many maids as children to supervise the kids while their parents exercise it's a far cry from the lives these immigrants were leading in america on a day to day basis a lot of the things get taken care of the big guns and. the sweepings. place of the. body. and the clothes and while most cite india's growing economy as a reason for moving back they won't discount the quality of life as a perk to just ask. she worked as an i.t. professional in the u.s. in a double income house but now says her life is better than avar as an indian homemaker i see definitely. you know up to the standard of living in the sense that you have a house. affordability is much better.
it's good the boeing is good here it's comfortable it's your own country that tops it all and while the crew at the silver jasmine are living it up they can't help but wonder if their presence in the united states is missed the united states has enough people to support it so it should have been an employment situation. while many americans may view immigrants as taking jobs the reality is that indian and chinese immigrants created fifteen percent of the jobs in places of power like silicon valley but now that entrepreneurial spirit is being brought back to the place they started from the economy is definitely booming far more opportunities far more areas that they're going to work and the younger generation has a lot more things going on for them and this is good for them this is good for the country a country that gave them the wings to lead but ultimately the roots that drew them back preassure either our t. bangalore india. for militants including the head of
a local tata group of been killed in a two day special operation in russia's republic of dagestan police also found that a bald launcher in a house for the government cornered by officers in the capital. one militant managed to escape after a suicide bomber tried to attack the scene of a standoff the terrorist was stopped by security before he could reach the majority of can. those involved in the operation however the blast wounded at least twenty six people many of them civilians. around up of more global news headlines now this hour in brief britain's opposition labor party has chosen ed miliband as its new leader in an extremely close run competition he narrowly defeated his brother the former foreign secretary david miliband by just over one percent it took four rounds of eliminating candidates with preference votes before the two siblings battle it out for the fifty percent needed to take over from aix premier gordon brown. in pakistan international airlines jet with two hundred seventy three people aboard had to make an emergency landing in sweden after a bomb scare the boeing seven seven seven was on its way from toronto when
a woman in canada phoned to say a passenger had explosives the plane was safely evacuated in stockholm and a man was arrested but later released no explosives were found on the remaining passengers were allowed back onboard to continue their journey. a couple of games president says there's still much work to be done on site just days ahead of the opening ceremony in new delhi mike fennell two of the athletes village which has been beset by construction problems leading some teams to delay their arrival say the facilities are not fit for human habitation the overall cost of the event skyrocketed to from one hundred million to at least three billion dollars. time now for a journey up close up series r t transports you to the very inspiring regions of russia once again. you. and stay we continue our trip to one of the country's most exquisite regions
there is a map where natural beauty is only matched by a unique wildlife and rich resources are close up to him as travel seven thousand kilometers from moscow to russia's far east island of sakhalin however experts believe over a third of the areas rich and diverse ecology is endangered artie's alexy explored how this mesmerizing beauty is being protected. risking life or limb special troops to send the speeding boat in the middle of the pacific. coast guard in the russian far east this is an almost daily routine they fight cultures whose annual turnover of illegal fishing amounts to millions of dollars. along with a team of officers we come on board a fishing boat they check documents to see whether the vessel had any right to fish here. this particular boat was legit but officer got a boost said this was an exception rather than
a rule and xander have told us of the biggest highlight of his three years of service here. we identified a vessel belonging to poachers we asked them to stop and find flares they didn't reply so after an hour we had to open fire after about twenty minutes they stopped probably being too scared of a suiting after that was one wild chase alexander came here from the other side of russia and despite nonstop action and hard work he enjoys his time here that is because he projects natural beauty from human harm the beauty which is visible from the very first glance. tucked in between the russian mainland japan and the suckling island is the of minute on named after french seafarer who discovered it it is described as the pride of the sakhalin region we'll take a look at what's in store for us here.
until two thousand and four the island was part of the boarders own and was completely restricted to visit is now this picture rest place is open to tourists unique plants and animals are its top attraction. when you. many endangered species by flora and fauna can be found in the underwater well here is o.c. nique because of currents in the sea miner on his might the panels are released. while some go to the sakhalin region to enjoy the sights others convert the island's nature's riches into a healthy dollar it is home to the biggest seafood processing factory in russia the tonight's shot hundreds of thousands of tons of fish get caught in the nets too late to produce delicious salamon caviar almost unnecessary attribute of anything in russia the owner of the enterprise says a good fishing season can bring in more than one hundred million dollars net profit
. and a large extent this is old to do what succulent offers environmentally the tonight show operates in only and natural habitat farms selman they feed you have to give them a lot of. all sorts of matters in line for biologics and things like you have to make sure that it actually survived and this is the natural environment and again while filming is certainly much better than many farm spaces it's a natural product if you can see that fish is alive we deliver it live to the factory and you get the best product you can get and mild climate unique natural sights and delicious seafood succulent can all for a diverse holiday for those who are not afraid to travel ten thousand kilometers from europe the question is whether this distant land would ever be able to become a major tourist destination. of ski r.t.
reporting from the cycling region stunning part of the world is that the business mashallah come up after a quick break. hungry for the full story we've gone to. the biggest issues get a human voice face to face with the news makers. every month we give you the future we hope you understand how we'll get there and what tomorrow brings the best in science and technology from across russia and around the world. join us for technology update on our g. hello welcome to the business program with me. the construction of the north stream gas pipeline is progressing quickly the first phase due to be completed by next
april international crew of more than four hundred specialists so working night and day. would speed and tell you how close went to see to what. world's biggest spy playing best seller has started working in the baltic sea only a month ago and already it's one week ahead of schedule having laid forty kilometers of the pipeline so far. three hundred metre long and sixty meter high the vessel is a record holder in deep water pipe play there over a thousand kilometers ahead but she's progressing fast and more mental concerns were the main obstacle to the north stream pipeline and as an added complication the waters between russia and finland a full of mine lines left from the second world war but with soyuz has dynamic positioning system does little to fear as the vessel can be maneuvered with pinpoint accuracy without having to use and because the technology has helped increase the speed of the operation and also maybe. every
seven minutes the part goes down the vessel moves it's scheduled to late two point three kilometers a day but we're already reaching two point five kilometers and we believe it's quite possible to reach three kilometers in fact to lay pipe in the sea is cheaper more or less where you have to deal with landowners and compensate them for the vessel has already hosted several dignitaries and its journey towards russia the main promoter of the pipeline the russian prime minister was one of those to go aboard and watch the pipes as they made their way to the sea floor know what stream contract is akeem to support putin's plans to build more energy links between russia and europe and take on the work it would bring. elements of the shots are fired we are already talking with. her she would. like to carry us. no matter who ultimately wins the battle for the optics and the honors of the soldiers have already betting
the development of the region will happen to me that they've started to build a new vessel which will be free time. bigger than the song and will be able to withstand the harsh conditions of the finals. over business r.t. from the russian baltic. carmel's have left the markets and here in moscow both ended the week in the black with positive sentiment was in line with global trends after good money factoring data from the u.s. and arrived in jan and business confidence plans provided in most people with bad bank gaining more than two point five percent. senior british royalty have told business are say that foreign firms should look closer at investing in russia but there are fears that moscow could block access after the case at the country's human rights record was more important than commercial interests daniel bushell ports. this will end gas refinery in russia's south was destined to fail the owners
a small english firm which likes top level connections the projects in an unfamiliar region the government's weary of foreign investment in energy creating strategic sector restrictions that choke interest and the plant needs connection to the national gas network which the federal anti monopoly watchdog admits gazprom has little incentive to open to third parties but on tuesday the patron of the russell british chamber of commerce still open the plant on. the whole view towards russia is a pretty forgiving. car so i realize you have to do it every year and see if you're so. proud of how they work with a pickup for the most of. the plant is a wrist success story russian farms two can a lovable hundred thousand dollars investment for the week to wednesday rival emerging economies brazil game fifty eight million india three hundred three and
china five hundred two million dollars western corporations may celebrate the riches in russia's window but they remain scared of coming in there's oil and gas just below the surface here for hundreds of kilometers past the refinery all the way into kazakstan like it or not this part of the world has what the west needs in this case. reserves of energy. and the situation with russia's top foreign investor now threatens to get worse new british foreign secretary william hague on vild a tough new international code of conduct last week saying human rights will be at the cool of u.k. foreign policy in an r.t. interview the ambassador to russia insisted she trusts moscow over issues like the murder of alexander litvinenko and britain's refusal to extradite boris berezovsky even if you damages trade between the two states is around a murder case extradition issues and they're well set out and you know the position
so we do not change her water down our position on issues like that for political or commercial expedia elsie and that remains the position which the foreign secretary has also clearly said russia's leader dmitry medvedev says he wants more western investors but sweeteners such as tax breaks and equal access to infrastructure so far remain thin on the ground business r.t. . measure up they can always find more stories on our website r.t. to call slash business.
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