The Alphabet Inc unit is accused of surreptitiously collecting information about what people view online and where they browse
Trump extended an invitation to Prime Minister Modi to attend the next G-7 Summit to be held in USA, said the Prime Ministers Office (PMO) in a statement
Pichette, who had been Twitter's lead independent director since the end of 2018, will replace Omid Kordestani in leading the directors as chairman
Close to 42 per million people of African-Americans were killed in police shootings between 2013 and 2019, the highest among all races
EC had fixed parliamentary elections to be held on April 25
While the immediate trigger was George Floyds killing, what came out through the riots was the pent-up anger of thousands of Americans
I am your President of law and order, he says
The previous record was 265 hours of sunshine, set in June 1957
Police cite the pandemic as reason for imposing restrictions
Anti-fascist group Antifa was certainly behind violence, says spokesperson
We are pleased to announce that Dr Vivek Lall will assume the position of Chief Executive at General Atomics Global Corporation, effective immediately, GA said in a state
China reported 16 new coronavirus cases for May 31, the highest since May 11 and up from 2 cases reported a day earlier, the country's health commiss
The Nepali PM, wooed by the U.S. and China, faces a hardened Indian stance
Crowds gather outside House; Indian envoy not allowed in
With the liftoff, SpaceX became the first private company to launch people into orbit.
President Trump ended citys special status for customs and travel purposes
Arrest of ex-police officer fails to allay public anger; a 19-year-old protester shot dead in Detroit
As many as 4,555 Russians have died of COVID-19 and 396,575 infections have been confirmed overall
The military units would be deployed under the Insurrection Act of 1807, said a senior Pentagon official. The Act was last used in 1992 during the riots in Los Angeles th
Regulator says it in contact with five firms to recommend they voluntarily recall their products
The United States recorded 1,225 coronavirus deaths on Friday, bringing its total to 102,798 since the global pandemic began, according to a tally ke
The U.S. president said that the WHO had failed to make reforms to the organization that he had demanded earlier this month.
The guidelines for worship facilities released by religious affairs minister Fachrul Razi on Friday change many traditions in mosques. Worshippers usually pray shoulder t
Li Zhanshu, who is also the head of China's parliament, said Beijing will never allow any force, in any way, to separate Taiwan from China.
The government terms it as a revenge attack
Ministry clarifies that no new course material or subject has been introduced.
'New studies have suggested that some people remain Covid-19 positive for up to 30 days'
It will empower Beijing to draft national security laws for the city; pro-democracy groups slam move.
Clashes broke out between police and protesters over the death of a black man in custody
A study by UNICEF highlighted that without urgent action to protect families from the financial hardships, the total number of children living below the national poverty
Unthinkable just a few months ago, the United States on Wednesday surpassed the grim milestone of 100,000 coronavirus deaths, as the pandemic tighten
It remains to be seen whether the recent spike in infections force back a phased reopening of schools, which had been a major accomplishment in the nations anti-virus cam
Bloc will borrow funds from the market and disburse them in loans and grants.
The U.S. President previously offered to mediate between India and Pakistan, a proposal rejected by New Delhi which maintains that there is no role for any third party in
A video on the biggest annual drop in carbon dioxide emissions in the world
The authorities have so far conducted 499,399 coronavirus tests, including 8,491 in the last 24 hours, the ministry said.
The country now has confirmed a total of 24,512 deaths, according to health ministry figures.
He served in President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's government as Minister of Community Empowerment and Estate Infrastructure Development.
Health authorities have issued guidelines for eateries, restaurants, salons, and other social gatherings
Douglas Ross, a Minister for Scotland, quit in protest.
Study shows they developed antibodies capable of neutralising SARS-CoV-2 virus
Pakistan shares initial findings with the visiting 11-member team
SAMDEN also points to cases filed against reporters in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Gujarat
131 volunteers in the cities of Melbourne and Brisbane will test the safety of the vaccine
Atlas VPN said installations of the tool that helps people bypass web restrictions surged again on Friday, up more than three-fold from the previous day, while search int
Johnson is keen to restart an economy which has been all but shut down since Britain entered a lockdown to try to stem the spread of disease.