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PARIS (Reuters) - England's decision to keep quarantine measures for travellers coming from France and not for those coming from other European Union countries is discriminatory and not based on science, a French minister said on Thursday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - There are no spectators at Yumenoshima Park Archery Field due to COVID-19 restrictions but India's Atanu Das is still enjoying the support of his number one fan: his wife -- fellow archer Deepika Kumari.
There are reasons to be concerned when mutations make a virus more deadly, more contagious or both.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Attacks by the Taliban on civilians as U.S. troops pull out of Afghanistan are deeply troubling, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Wednesday, warning that if the fighters take power and commit atrocities the country will become a pariah.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc on Wednesday filed an appeal with India's top court against a state court's order that allowed an antitrust probe against the U.S. firm and Walmart's Flipkart to continue, according to source and court listings.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Twitter Inc is fast losing its sheen as a favoured communications tool for many Indian government departments and ministers keen to promote home-grown rival Koo while the U.S. firm comes under fire for non-compliance with India's laws.
NEW DELHI (Bloomberg): US Secretary of State Antony Blinken kicked off his first official visit to India Wednesday (July 28), warning of "rising global threats to democracy” as the two nations sought common ground in their disputes with China.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Walmart-owned Flipkart has asked India's Supreme Court to restrain the country's antitrust body after it asked sensitive questions in what the firm called an "invasive" investigation of its e-commerce operations.
BENGALURU: Asian emerging stock markets fell across the board on Wednesday as a rout in Chinese equities for a fourth consecutive session sapped risk appetite, ahead of a U.S. Federal Reserve policy meeting later in the day
TOKYO (Reuters) -The Netherlands secured an easy victory over South Africa in hot, blustery conditions at the Tokyo Olympics on Wednesday, while Britain defeated India and Spain won even as their head coach Adrian Lock remained in COVID-19 quarantine.