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US, China harden their stands on Huawei as tech war intensifies

US, China harden their stands on Huawei as tech war intensifies

The United States and China hardened their stances over Huawei Thursday as Washington brushed aside claims of ‘bullying’ and accused the Chinese tech giant of misrepresenting its ties to the Beijing government.

US FAA meets with air regulators on fate of Boeing 737 MAX

US FAA meets with air regulators on fate of Boeing 737 MAX

The Federal Aviation Administration is meeting with international air regulators Thursday from around the world to assess the status of the grounded Boeing Co 737 MAX and what steps are needed to return it to service.

Modi vows 'inclusive' India after landslide election win

Modi vows 'inclusive' India after landslide election win

Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi vowed an ‘inclusive’ future for all Indians on Thursday after a landslide election victory that crushed the Gandhi dynasty's comeback hopes once again.

Lanka extends state of emergency by a month

Lanka extends state of emergency by a month

Sri Lanka’s president extended yesterday by a further month the state of emergency imposed immediately after the Easter Sunday bombings that killed 258 people. Maithripala Sirisena issued a proclamation saying that the emergency

Trump blasts Pelosi’s ‘cover-up’ accusation

Trump blasts Pelosi’s ‘cover-up’ accusation

President Donald Trump yesterday abruptly cut off a meeting with US congressional Democrats on infrastructure spending, then ripped into them over intensifying investigations by lawmakers and US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s accusation that he is engaged in a cover-up.

Sudan military ‘wants to cede power quickly’

Sudan military ‘wants to cede power quickly’

Sudan’s military wants to hand power to a democratically elected government as soon as possible in the tumultuous aftermath of former president Omar al-Bashir’s overthrow, a prominent general said in an interview published yesterday.

Six dead in post-poll clashes in Indonesia

Six dead in post-poll clashes in Indonesia

Indonesian police fired water cannon and rubber bullets at protesters setting fires and trying to breach barbed wire barricades yesterday as demonstrations over the outcome of the presidential election hit the capital for a second night.

BBC to air Tonight With Vladimir Putin – without Putin

BBC to air Tonight With Vladimir Putin – without Putin

Russia’s government-owned news service RT has denounced a BBC comedy chat show featuring a 3D animation of Vladimir Putin interviewing the likes of Alastair Campbell.

All dressed up but no film to show ... Bollywood ‘needs new take’ at Cannes

All dressed up but no film to show ... Bollywood ‘needs new take’ at Cannes

It may be bold and booming but Bollywood needs a fresh approach if it wants to gain traction at the world’s top film festival in Cannes, a leading Indian actress says.

Qureshi urges joint SCO effort to meet challenges

Qureshi urges joint SCO effort to meet challenges

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has called for collective efforts amongst SCO member countries to meet the present day challenges and to achieve sustainable development.

Resignation calls grow as May’s Brexit gambit bombs

Resignation calls grow as May’s Brexit gambit bombs

Prime Minister Theresa May’s final Brexit gambit was in tatters yesterday as lawmakers in her own party rejected a compromise offer and called for her to resign immediately.

Ignore ‘fake’ exit polls, Rahul tells partymen

Ignore ‘fake’ exit polls, Rahul tells partymen

Congress president Rahul Gandhi yesterday dismissed as “fake” exit polls predicting a clear election victory for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a day before the scheduled release of results.

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