The UK is on a collision course with ChinaThe more immediate anger is trained on China’s treatment of Hong Kong. Whereas EU foreign ministers avoided any threat of sanctions & instead expressed 'grave concern' at Beijing’s actions in regard to the territory, the UK - which did not take part in the EU call since it is no longer a member of the bloc - stepped up with a concrete response.
Ola electric mobility goes on hiring spreeOla Electric Mobility (OEM) recently onboarded Vithal Acharya as its new human resources head and plans to hire at least half a dozen more senior executives in the coming months, said people aware of the matter.
Zoom's Covid boom poses a challenge for big tech like Google, AppleThere are plethora of cloud software names that are also seeing surging demand for their services and the soaring stock prices to match. These companies are building out comprehensive offerings and stronger leadership positions in their respective categories that will be harder to displace as they grow in stature.
Google axes ‘Remove China Apps’ citing policy violationsLittle is known about the app, except that it had been developed by a firm named OneTouch AppLabs, based out of Jaipur, Rajasthan. According to sources, two developers were involved in building the app, which has over the last two weeks been popularised & endorsed by some of India’s leading right-wing activists online.
Vijay Mallya can be extradited anytime, all legalities done: Govt sourcesA top Enforcement Department source related to the development told IANS, "We will soon bring back Mallya to India anytime in the coming days." However, he remained tight-lipped on the date of the extradition. He said, "As he has lost his appeal in the UK Supreme Court there, we have completed all the legal process for his extradition."