Canadian court denies media request to broadcast Huawei CFO hearing
The consortium, consisting of 13 media organizations, says the "double criminality" portion of the proceedings will involve only a question of law, and that question will not directly engage Meng's fair trial rights since it does not pertain to her guilt or innocence.
Canada business chief lashes Trump over Iran plane crash
Maple Leaf Foods chief executive Michael McCain said late Sunday in a Twitter messag...
ICICI Securities maintains buy on KEC International, revises target price to Rs 337
KEC International reported strong order intake in the thi...
Home Ministry reorganises Internal Security division
It is learnt that the Internal Security-II (IS-II) division is merged with Internal Security-I (IS-I) and its nomenclature will now be Internal Security (IS) division. Joint Secretary, Woman Safety, Punya Salila Srivastava will look after the work of Internal Security Division in addition to her own charge. She, however, will be designated as JS, WS.
Iranian Foreign Minister to visit India
India is hosting Iranian foreign minister M Javad Zarif next week, eyeing to safeguard its energy and financial interests in West Asia amid the escalating US-Iran conflict.
Reliance Home investors plan more actions to recover dues
Complaints to the National Financial Reporting Authority (NFRA), the regulator of CA firms, are likely to cite failures of Grant Thornton and PwC in spotting irregularities, market sources said. Investors have also demanded a copy of the forensic audit conducted by Grant Thornton. PwC was the statutory auditor of Reliance Home Finance.
Dale Steyn says in talks for international comeback
Dale Steyn, who retired from Test cricket last year, has been battling to keep his career alive in the other two formats despite being hampered by a recurring shoulder injury. The 36-year-old is currently playing in the BBL. He picked the career-threatening shoulder injury in 2016 and appeared in just eight Tests, nine ODIs and two T20 Internationals since.
Register drones by Jan 31 or face action: Aviation ministry
Any unregistered drone being operated beyond January 31 will invite penal action, said the order issued by the aviation ministry. It said the presence of unregistered drones had come to the notice of the government and that operating them violates the norms prescribed by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).
'Our enemy is here': Iran protesters demand that leaders quit after plane downed
Some state-affiliated media carried reports of the university protests, which followed demonstrations on Saturday sparked by Iran's admission that its military mistakenly shot down the plane on Wednesday, killing all 176 aboard, at a time when Tehran feared U.S. air strikes.
Solara Active Pharma to conduct internal probe on Nizatidine API amid Mylan recall
"We understand from Mylan NV's press release dated January 8, 2020, that Mylan Pharmaceuticals has initiated a voluntary recall of three lots of Nizatidine Capsules, USP (150 mg and 300 mg strengths) due to detected trace amounts of impurity...," Solara Active Pharma Sciences in a filing to BSE.
Abu Dhabi-based agency calls for clean energy investments to double
It estimated as much as USD 10 trillion worth of investments are planned in non-renewables-related energy projects by 2030, risking failure to meet the goals of fighting global warming
Republic Day: No flight operations for nearly 2 hours at Delhi airport on Jan 18, 20-24, 26
According to a notice to airmen (NOTAM) issued by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) on Sunday, "no landing and take off" would be "permitted" at Delhi International Airport between 10.35 am and 12.15 pm on January 18, 20-24 and 26, due to "Republic Day Celebrations".
Protests pile pressure on Iran after admission of plane strike
Riot police fired teargas at thousands of Iranians who had taken to the streets late on Saturday in the capital and other cities, many chanting "Death to the dictator", directing their anger at Iran's top authority, Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.
16 killed, 20 injured in blast at mosque in Pakistan's Quetta
A powerful blast at a mosque during Friday evening prayers killed at least 16 people, including an Imam and a senior police officer, and left 20 others injured in Pakistan's restive Balochistan province, three days after a bomb explosion claimed two lives in Quetta.
International cooperation needed to tackle climate change, financial crises: Eric Maskin
Maskin says solving climate change is not so easy because every country, though delighted if other nations reduce their carbon emissions, is reluctant to make those reductions itself as it is economically painful.
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