India’s IT sector is facing new challenges in its biggest market, the United States, as President Donald Trump’s “America First” policy could hit outsourcing firms hard.
Snapdeal accused Quickdeal’s former directors and management of misappropriation, cheating, misleading and defrauding the company in tune of Rs 3.57 billion
Australia has made it clear it wants tech companies to cooperate much more and will push for more powers at the meeting of ministers from the “Five Eyes” intelligence network.
“Free and fair trade has been the greatest liberator of the world’s poor, and today’s announcement shows our commitment to helping developing countries grow their economies and reduce poverty through trade.”
President Xi Jinping’s visit to the former colonial city comes at a time when many Hong Kong residents see increasing Chinese interference in city affairs.
ELN frequently kidnaps tourists or foreign workers, holding them as ransom for political leverage.
Prisoners set to be released include a large number of youth jailed in cases involving protesting and gathering.
The village in southwestern China is receiving aid and the police has closed off roads around the area except for emergency services.
The deal, which had reached a bit of a stalemate due to liability issues, is now likely to move forward with US support.
Trump tweeted that he did not know if there were recordings of his conversations with Comey, but he did not make or have any such recordings.
It was suspected that special counsel Robert Mueller would be fired over his close relationship with James Comey amid the Trump-Russia probe.
Schulz also believes that in light of this, the European Union needs to make its response stronger through concrete policies.
Kenneth Juster earlier chaired the US-India High Technology Cooperation Group under George Bush.
President Pena Nieto claimed there was no room for “illegal” spying of private citizens, but suggested that the probe would also target the activists and journalists who made the allegations for possibly false claims.
According to plea-bargain testimonies Brazilian President Michel Temer allegedly took bribes to dole out political favours to a large meatpacking company.
This is an apparent bid to placate the powerful opposition party in Peru led by Alberto Fujimori’s daughter.
The documents detailed investigations into code books, radios and weapons, as well as plans utilised by Nazi spies which led to over 40 arrests.
The pollution caused by a nearby mining project is causing skin rashes in children and leaving contaminants in the water and soil.
Such inter-communal meals are held every year, but they resonated more this year after ISIS attacks on Coptic Christians meant to stoke sectarian divisions.
The dismissal of Alfred Thorne after a financial scandal, deals a blow to the embattled President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski looking to revitalise Peru’s economy.
Kevin King, a teacher at the American University in Kabul, and his Australian colleague Timothy Weeks were seized near the campus in August last year.
In a report published by the Revolutionary Guards, Iran is said to have fired missiles on ISIS targets within Syria, a move not been made in years.
The Congo Republic Military was withdrawn from the peacekeeping mission in the country after a UN review found “systemic problems in command and control”.
In a sudden announcement, it was confirmed that the 31-year-old former deputy crown prince was elevated to be the heir to King Salman, replacing his cousin.
“I love Uber more than anything in the world and at this difficult moment in my personal life I have accepted the investors’ request to step aside.”
The militants have apparently retreated from the primary school that had been taken hostage and not casualties have been reported.
While May is unwilling to budge on reconsidering Brexit, she says she is trying to deliver a Brexit which commands “maximum public support”.
The 2,000-strong militant leftist National Liberation Army (ELN) frequently kidnaps Colombians and foreigners for ransom and political leverage.
Prices paid to local farmers for common grade paddy rice are to be raised by 5.4% to Rs. 1,550 per 100 kg for the year starting on July 1, while long staple cotton prices have been hiked by 3.8% to Rs. 4,320 per 100 kg.
The tight media censorship and backlash against dissent in the country has resulted in 36 such incidents since 2015.
The New-York-based Human Rights Watch detailed at least 36 recent cases of violence against dissidents and over 100 imprisoned critics in Vietnam.
The new government will scrap plans to build new power plants and wind down operations in existing plants while moving focus towards renewable energy.
The Supreme Leader criticised the US president’s policies towards Tehran and said his ‘destabilising measures’ will not work.
The migrants were found off the coast of Libya in wooden and rubber boats and were rescued by Spanish and Italian ships.
The French parliament will welcome among its ranks, economists, mathematicians, academicians, entrepreneurs and genocide survivors.
This blast in the village of a Shi’ite spiritual leader follows a government raid in May, which led to five deaths.
Nicolas Maduro slammed the US-based website after many government-linked accounts were suspended, urged citizens to flood the service in retaliation.
Intense rains and snowstorms in the central and southern parts of Chile have displaced thousands and disrupted vital utilities.
A parliamentary session usually runs for a year but the government will double the length of the session to let lawmakers debate Britain’s approach to Brexit without interruption.
With many unhappy politicians and activists calling for protests against the handover of Egypt’s islands to Saudi Arabia, police has been deployed to contain the situation.