Indian citizens have reacted against General Soleimani's assassination: Javad Zarif
Zarif focused on the recent killing of Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps commander Qasem Soleimani, claiming that US President Donald Trump had authorised his assassination seven months ago.
Check prices or people will turn against you: Sena to Centre
An editorial in Shiv Sena mouthpiece 'Saamana' said while the BJP-led central go...
MeitY fails to notify online content rules
Ministry may notify guidelines before the next hearing of the case in the top court which is expec...
Cities to get ranked on citizen feedback
For the first time, the Centre has initiated a ranking of India’s most populous 114 cities that would reveal which are the best to live in terms of governance and other social parameters. Apart from the 100 smart cities, 14 cities with over 1million population have also been included for this exhaustive exercise.
Not so private: Dating apps accused of sharing intimate user data with other businesses
Tech companies have come under increased scrutiny over data privacy.
Govt taps cos for suggestions to draw data storage funding
In a meeting with around 20 companies and industry associations, the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) also asked Amazon, Microsoft and Wipro to compile challenges and possible solutions for data storage, and come back to the department in two weeks.
View: India's Modi is losing his political mojo
For the first time in years, the government of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is playing defense.
Akhilesh Yadav can’t contest polls if he doesn’t fill NPR form: BJP's Sanjeev Balyan
While addressing a rally in Uttar Pradesh’s Saharanpur on January 11, the Minister of State (MoS) for Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheri...
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.
Indians are innocents who believe govt claims: P Chidambaram
Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram called those Indians 'innocent' who believe the claims made by the government. Claims like all villages having been electrified in the country and toilets built for 99 per cent of families in India were being believed, he said.
Swiss oppose drive to end free movement of EU citizens
The referendum drive reflects unease with the influx of foreigners, who now account for a quarter of the Swiss population. But imposing limits on EU citizens would violate bilateral accords that enhance Swiss access to the EU single market, the lifeblood of the export-led Swiss economy. A binding referendum is expected in May.
China facial recognition case puts Big Brother on trial
Facial-recognition technology has become embedded in China, from airports to hotels, e-commerce sites and even public toilets, but a law professor had enough when asked to scan his face at a safari park.
Avoid all non-essential travel to Iraq: MEA’s advice
In an advisory by the Ministry of External Affairs, it advised Indian citizens to avoid unimportant travel to Iraq in view of the prevailing situation in the Gulf country. It said Indian nationals residing in Iraq are advised to be alert and may avoid travel within Iraq.
View: Economic growth is the best antidote to the present trust deficit between govt and citizens
November brought more bad news, GDP growth slipping to 4.5% between June and September 2019.
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