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NEW DELHI: India’s central bank will likely keep interest rates unchanged for a third straight meeting as inflation stays stubbornly high and signs appear of growth beginning to return to Asia’s third-largest economy.
They plan to acquire one or more South-East Asian companies
(Reuters) - Fox News faced criticism from U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign and its allies on Tuesday for projecting that Arizona's 11 electoral votes would go to Democratic challenger Joe Biden, as other news networks sought more evidence before making a call.
TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden debated on Thursday for the last time ahead of the Nov. 3 presidential election.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has called for a major government inquiry into the tight ownership of Australian media by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp, securing more than 46,000 signatures on a petition after just two days.
TOKYO/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Republican Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris sparred on Wednesday in a pivotal debate ahead of the Nov. 3 U.S. presidential election.
(Reuters) - Former British Cycling and Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman, who was charged with ordering 30 sachets of banned substance Testogel for an athlete in 2011, admitted to destroying a laptop with "a screwdriver or blunt instrument" before giving it to forensic experts conducting a doping investigation.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden sparred on stage for the first time on Tuesday in a pivotal debate ahead of the Nov. 3 U.S. presidential election.
Google said it’s within reach of negotiating a compromise on legislation that would force it to pay for Australian news, as the US giant continues a public campaign to get the proposed law watered down.
Facebook Inc has flashed a warning to global regulators by taking a hardball stance against Australia’s plan to force it to pay media companies for stories.