China slams US for congratulating Tsai Ing-wen on Taiwan poll win
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, as well as top diplomats from Britain and Japan, issued statements congratulating Tsai Ing-wen and the island's democratic elections.
My job is to tell the India story, it automatically attracts investment: Piyush Goyal
"Many people are talking about jobs, including your pap...
Party ad spends for Delhi polls may hit Rs. 170cr
The BJP, AAP and Congress will shell out anywhere between Rs. 150 crore and Rs. 170 crore i...
We had it all when we had 'The Wall': Tendulkar, Sehwag, Bhajji wish Dravid on birthday
The former India captain is celebrating his 47th birthday today.
View: India’s foreign policy paradoxes
CAA and the heavy-handed response to protests in Delhi and UP have damaged India’s reputation and standing.
Amazon boss Bezos to face protests from traders during India trip
Bezos will participate in an Amazon event in capital New Delhi aimed at connecting with small and medium-sized enterprises, three sources told Reuters. Details of Bezos' visit, including his arrival date and the duration of his stay are not known.
Pakistan ISPR recruits youth for cyber propaganda war on India
The ISPR, Pakistan Army's media wing, is organising competition every month to award youths whose tweets get retweeted the most. The prizes include job and contracts in Fauzi Foundation. More than 100,000 people have participated in these competitions.
Help wanted at the royal household: Queen Elizabeth seeks social media director on LinkedIn
The help-wanted notice redirects prospective applicants to the royal family’s website.
Television broadcasters to move court against TRAI
TRAI issued the amendments to its tariff order - which take effect on March 1 on Jan 1. It limited the discounting on TV channels bouquets to 33%, while also reducing the maximum retail price (MRP) of channels in those bouquets to Rs 12 from Rs 19.
New broadcasting framework for consumer protection: Trai
"The new framework is consumer-friendly and addresses the issues of stakeholders. We have provided the freedom to broadcasters and they are free to price. We have only reduced the bouquet cap to Rs 12," Trai chairman Ram Sewak Sharma said. The new regime was unveiled in Dec 2018, and the regulator has issued amendments on Jan 1, this year.
TikTok fixes bugs that exposed data
TikTok has fixed a vulnerability on its app that had allowed hackers to manipulate content and extract confidential personal information of users.
Cable operators plan protests against new tariff order
Cable operators are strongly objecting to the new mandate that caps network capacity fee (NCF) at `160 and a 60% discount on second and third TV sets in the same household.
Main accused in Nankana Sahib vandalism held in Pakistan
According to media reports, a violent mob had attacked the Gurdwara and pelted it with stones on Friday. A team of police had to intervene briskly to control the situation.
CCI approves 37.4 pc stake-buy, joint control of Adani Gas by Total Group
"Total Group believes in the initiatives taken by the Government of India to increase the reliance on natural gas instead of petroleum-based products," the Competition Commission of India (CCI) noted.
"Free Kashmir" placard holder apologises, bats for J&K peace
The placard with "Free Kashmir" message, held a loft by a woman at the Gateway of India on Monday during the protest against the violence inside the JNU campus on Sunday night, had caught the attention of many.
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