As the UN kicks off an energy dialogue, the person charged with global development efforts talks to Al Jazeera.
Banks have raked in record fees, all the more significant in what has been a harrowing year as the virus ravaged India.
Handful of ministries, including finance ministry, have raised concerns on the proposed rules calling them ‘excessive’.
Myanmar and Belarus proved particular low points as online rights declined globally in 2021 for the 11th year in a row.
China’s new restrictions might be unthinkable elsewhere, but it is time for a digital detox.
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As India locked down last year, locals turned to Korean dramas, spurring a jump in sales of Korean food, makeup, music.
SoftBank has partnered with Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund and plans to expand into the Middle East and Africa.
The antitrust regulator said Google’s terms with device makers on using its operating system restricted competition.
UNICEF says repeated school closures affecting 434 million children, with many learning less than pre-pandemic levels.
The ruling triggered outrage online, sparking debate about the treatment of female workers across companies in China.
Gov’t databases, emails could give details on employees of the former administration, contractors, allies, Reuters said.
The move, which will help part-time drivers who lack access to most benefits, may curry favour with Beijing.
Beijing says the new rules were necessary to stop growing addiction to what it once described as ‘spiritual opium’.