New Islamic State group leader identified: Report
Intelligence services have identified the new leader of the Islamic State (IS) group as Amir Mohammed Abdul Rahman al-Mawli al-Salbi, British newspaper The Guardian reported on Monday.
Delhi: How relief on electricity bills is powering election campaigns
Subsidised power became available after AAP came to power in 2015, and ...
Clearview AI: The company that might end privacy as we know it
Until now, tech that identifies everyone based on faces has been taboo because...
IMD to change reference dates for monsoon onset, withdrawal from this year: MoES
June 1 is the onset date for monsoon over Kerala and it is likely to remain the same but the IMD will change the reference dates for some states and cities, Secretary in the ministry M Rajeevan said.
Posts of CLP, opposition leader should be held by one person: Siddaramaiah
Senior Congress leader Siddaramaiah on Saturday said in his personal opinion, the post of Congress Legislature Party leader and Leader of Opposition in Karnataka should not be separated, and should be held by one person.
Jeff Bezos meets industry captains, concludes 3-day India visit
Jeff Bezos has announced investments of USD 1 billion over the next few years in India. He could not reportedly get an audience with Indian PM Modi, while Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal stoked a controversy by stating that the e-commerce giant which is being investigated for predatory pricing is not doing India any favour by the investment.
PSUs to file review petitions over Rs 3 lakh crore telecom dues: Government
“Government companies have a different clause than telecom companies,’’ Mehta told ET, when asked if non-telco PSUs would file review petitions against the order. The October 24 ruling had expanded the scope of adjusted gross revenue (AGR) on which telecom licence holders need to pay the fee to the government.
Delhi may see end to cold wave soon with change in wind direction: Met dept
The Met department said, "As expected, change in wind direction from north-westerly to easterly has started and reduction in cold day and cold wave started from today (Sunday). This is reflected in maximum and minimum temperature."
J&K cops quiz Davinder Singh; NIA to take over soon; a militant killed
“Davinder Singh is under suspension and we have recommended his termination from services,” J&K police chief Dilbag Singh told reporters in Jammu. A joint team of J&K police officers and other agencies are interrogating Davinder Singh at Kulgam and have searched his residence and other properties in Kashmir and Jammu.
Putin's, Xi's ruler-for-life moves pose challenges to West
Putin's sudden announcement this week of constitutional changes that could allow him to extend control way beyond the end of his term in 2024 echoes Xi's move in 2018 to eliminate constitutional term limits on the head of state.
Non-telcos to file review against AGR ruling: Solicitor General
Legal experts said though none of the PSUs were party to the case, which was fought between the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) and telecom companies, they could file review petitions since they were affected by a wider interpretation of the ruling.
Small businesses may see tweaks in resolution model
The insolvency related concern in the real estate sector is seen to have been largely addressed through amendments to the law.
Inside the new business that could soon rewrite rules of the data game
Conglomerates such as the Hiranandani group and the Adanis are placing big bets in data outsourcing facilities.
US gives Ukraine ‘important data’ on Iran plane crash
All 176 people on board died when Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737 went down near Tehran on Wednesday, shortly after Iran launched missiles at US forces in Iraq in response to the killing of a top Iranian general in a US drone strike in Baghdad.
North India in frigid grip of cold; schools closed, rail, air traffic hit
Delhi, which is witnessing the longest spell of cold weather in the last 22 years, is likely to get some relief from the intense cold wave starting Monday as the wind direction is expected to change, the Met office said.
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