As many as 17 individuals and organisations, including US Chambers of Commerce and the National Association of Manufacturers, have filed a lawsuit. The rules are likely to affect thousands of Indian IT professionals.
Thailand’s police ordered a probe against four media outlets, a social media protest page and over 300,000 URLs, under emergency laws imposed last week.
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We talk to Zoe PC of Peoples Dispatch, who is in Bolivia as part of the CODEPINK election observation team. She talks about the mood on the ground after exit polls declared the victory of Luis Arce and David Choquehuanca in the Bolivian presidential elections.
The finding, published in the journal PeerJ, could lead to new molecular targets for treating or preventing COVID-19.
To soften COVID-19 impact, the Chinese government rolled out a raft of measures, including more fiscal spending, tax relief, cuts in lending rates and banks' reserve requirements to stabilise growth and employment.
The crisis exposes certain contradictions in Russian policies. On the one hand, Russia befriends Turkey but on the other, it resents Turkey’s aspirations to be a regional power.
Schalke 04 issued an apology to Moukoko after the club's fans were heard racially abusing the forward during the game. Moukoko scored a hat trick in Dortmund’s 3-2 victory.
The second rally of Pakistan Democratic Movement, an alliance of 11 Opposition parties, was addressed by Mohsin Dawar, Bilawal Bhutto, Maryan Nawaz among others.
The Unitel-Ciesmori estimate showed the Luis Arce-David Choquehuanca ticket of the MAS winning over 52% of the vote. Shortly after, the president of the coup regime, Jeanine Añez, acknowledged the victory of the MAS.
Newsclick's Prabir Purkayastha analyses the developments in Kyrgyzstan and Nagorno Karabakh and examines the geo-political issues involved.
The first elections since the coup d’état will be held on October 18 amid a tense social and political climate. This includes a military mobilization in La Paz the night before the polls and the suspension of the DIREPRE early results system
Clearly, the high volatility in Russia’s Western and Southwestern periphery is a manifestation of the geopolitical struggle between Russia and the US. Russia, therefore, needs a counter-strategy.
The president promises “law and order”—by which he means “no law” and “order at gunpoint.”
Ride-hailing has been popular and seemingly has potential, but the public must insist that these companies not profit by shifting all the risk onto their workers and hurting the environment.
Creating history of sorts, Ardern's liberal Labour Party was winning 49% of the vote compared with 27% for its main challenger, the conservative National Party.
Period of healing for economy turns dark, as new restrictions hit restaurants, airlines and myriad other businesses.
The deputy from Frente de Todos coalition in Argentina was detained at the airport in El Alto by immigration officials, police and unidentified individuals and taken to a detention center in the airport.
Ardern’s liberal Labour Party is said to be polling far ahead of the conservative National Party, led by Judith Collins.
Thousands of protesters have gathered in the streets despite the government declaring a state of emergency, specifically to put an end to protests. Meanwhile, PM Prayuth Chan-ocha has said he will not resign
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India must use any breakthrough for entering into a profound strategic communication with the Chinese leadership in search of a permanent boundary settlement.
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The looming US election has brought forward intensifying debates over a capitalism in crisis, rising nationalism and state power, and the possibility of a renewed fascism. Polarised politics and ideologies alongside long-accumulated social problems and movements shape the objects and tones of debate. Can fascism happen here; is it underway? Or can current capitalism avoid a return to fascism? Such questions reflect the high stakes of the election and this moment in history.
International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) intertim President Ursula Papandrea was ousted from her position in an emergency meeting called on Wednesday and replaced by Intarat Yodbangtoey, whose appointment caused consternation among members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) since he was named in the Mclaren report.
Effective measures that suppress and control transmission along with financial and social programmes that address inequities are needed.
Several top leaders of the massive student-led protest movement taken into custody.
The development of auction theory is inextricably linked to the project of neoliberalism and privatisation.