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Fri, Sep 21 2018. 04 52 PM IST

WTO eyes China bid to slap stiff trade sanctions on US

WTO arbitrator to review a Chinese request to impose over $7 billion annual sanctions on the US

Fri, Sep 21 2018. 04 07 PM IST

Google defends Gmail data sharing, gives few details on violations

Gmail users must give their consent to activate extensions, which can help them send emails on a time delay, get price-match rebates from retailers and remove unwanted mailing lists

Fri, Sep 21 2018. 01 28 PM IST

The plot to subvert an election: Unraveling the Russia story so far

For two years, Americans have tried to absorb the details of the 2016 US election hacking and President Donald Trump’s claims that it’s all a hoax

Fri, Sep 21 2018. 12 40 PM IST

Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns

Facebook said it could offer assistance to more candidates globally by focusing on offering support through an online portal instead of in person

Thu, Sep 20 2018. 05 16 PM IST

India, Pakistan foreign ministers agree to meet in New York

The meet was scheduled on the backdrop of Pakistan PM Imran Khan writing to PM Modi to hold talks

Thu, Sep 20 2018. 05 48 PM IST

Inside a failed Silicon Valley attempt to reinvent politics

The election of Donald Trump as US president led to an unusually large wave of political activity from liberal-leaning Silicon Valley

Thu, Sep 20 2018. 05 31 PM IST

India engages with US to ensure energy security amid Iran sanctions

India is closely monitoring the development and assessing the implication of the US sanctions on Iran, says foreign ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar

Thu, Sep 20 2018. 04 53 PM IST

China plans broad import tax cut as soon as October

The move comes as China is trying to stimulate domestic consumption to support a slowing economy, and follows similar cuts to tariffs in July on a wide range of consumer goods

Thu, Sep 20 2018. 02 59 PM IST

EU leaders ‘almost unanimous’ for second Brexit vote: Maltese PM

Six months ahead of Britain’s planned EU departure, calls have been growing for a second referendum—backed by an expanding list of centrist politicians

Thu, Sep 20 2018. 01 36 PM IST

Inside Facebook’s election ‘war room’

The War Room’s half-finished state shows how nascent and hurried many of Facebook efforts are to curb fake news in the upcoming US mid-term elections

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