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Pakistan has enforced rules tightening control of social media, which could allow authorities to access users’ data, in a move activists denounced as a “draconian breach of privacy”.
WILMINGTON, Del./NEW YORK (Reuters) - President-elect Joe Biden is moving forward on his campaign pledge to restore America as a leader on the global stage and lean on experts, tapping veteran diplomats for key posts even as President Donald Trump continues to refuse to concede.
NEW DELHI: India’s market regulator has petitioned the Supreme Court to direct tycoon Subrata Roy to immediately pay 626 billion rupees ($8.4 billion) meant for poor investors immediately, or cancel his parole.
KOCHI (The Straits Times/ANN): In a 2017 stand-up routine, Indian comedian Kunal Kamra made fun of university students being called "anti-national". "They say these students are going to destroy the country. These students? They owe money to their college canteen, and these people are going to destroy the country?"
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President-elect Joe Biden has pledged to end the federal death penalty and eliminate mandatory minimum sentences, but some progressives say a potential pick for attorney general to carry out those reforms may not be the one to enact bold changes.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Shah Alam High Court has fixed Dec 8 for case management in an appeal by the ex-husband of popular singer Ziana Zain who was found guilty of causing hurt to their then nine-year-old son.
(Reuters) - The Wisconsin Elections Commission said on Monday that a statewide vote recount would cost an estimated $7.9 million, money that President Donald Trump's campaign would have to pay in advance should it request one.
BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): The Association of Thai Travel Agents (ATTA) believes some 2 million people in the tourism industry will end up being unemployed if foreign tourists do not return to Thailand in huge numbers.
WASHINGTON, Nov 14 (China Daily/ANN): The US government said it would delay implementing a ban on Tik-Tok to comply with a court ruling, and the popular video-sharing app has been granted more time to file paperwork for a potential sale.
US President Donald Trump's administration said on Nov 11 that it was still working to resolve its security concerns over Chinese-owned app TikTok after the firm sought to delay a deadline to sell its US operations.