Officials arrest two people on Thursday after a group of protesters set several American flags on fire during a rally at an Iowa pedestrian mall. Iowa City Press Citizen reported that the group was protesting “racial and social injustice” in Iowa City. During the rally, a FedEx worker rushed to the scene, grabbing the flags […]
President Donald Trump defended his forthcoming executive orders that are expected to suspend the United States’ refugee program and halt the issuing of visas to citizens of certain countries, saying, “We can’t take any chances.” “Right now, the FBI has over 1,000 [terrorism] investigations going on … and these are people that we let in,” […]
In order to boost digital payments in the country, the government is mulling to set up a digital payments incentive fund which will fund measures to widen infrastructure to support digital payments.
DUBAI/KHOBAR, Saudi Arabia/LONDON, Jan 26 (Reuters) – State
oil giant Saudi Aramco has tasked two U.S.
industry leaders in oil reserves auditing to review the content
of its deposits as it pushes ahead with a share listing next
year, industry sources said on Thursday.
Falling for the second day, gold lost its sheen by plunging another Rs 400 to trade at two-week low of Rs 29,150 per 10 grams today, tracking a weak trend overseas.
Nearly four decades after “Apocalypse Now” came out, Francis Ford Coppola is asking fans of the classic Vietnam War movie to help him turn it into a video game.
Money in circulation is rising again in India post demonetisation and at the current rate, currency-to-GDP ratio will reach about 9 percent by March — sufficient to stabilise economic activity.
Scientists from Japan claim that cats are as sharp as dogs at certain memory tests, which gives a hint that they might nigt as smart.
Significant uncertainty surrounds the possible US shift to a new border adjustment tax, but India and Indonesia are better positioned as compared to other Asian economies.