Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said collective "global action" is the only way to regulate the evolving technologies, including the cryptocurrencies.
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Kharghar wetland turns debris dump destination
It is difficult to imagine that the officials are unaware of this dumping that has been going on so brazenly in broad daylight
CBI widens NSE scam ambit
The probe is now looking beyond the role of former National Stock Exchange CEO and MD Chitra Ramkrishna
A LABOUR GOVT FOR AUSTRALIA
Australia's prime minister conceded defeat after an election on Saturday that could deliver a minority government.
AFTER THE SQUEEZE, THE RELEASE
Responding to public sentiment inflationary over pressure, which is well beyond the comfort level of the RBI, the government has decided to cool down the tax component in petrol and diesel.
...IT'S NOT ARROGANCE, IT'S CONFIDENCE
It's called defending national interest: EAM to Rahul
JET AIRWAYS GETS OPERATOR CERTIFCATE, TO FLY BY SEPT
Jet Airways will be able to take to the skies once again, after aviation regulator DGCA Friday granted it a revalidated Air Operator Certificate (AOC), allowing the airline to resume commercial flight operations.
‘Banks’ one-time settlement scheme not for wilful defaulters’
One time settlement schemes of banks are not meant to provide undue advantage to wilful defaulters or those who have the means to pay their dues, said the division bench of Delhi High Court.
Trai to moot mechanism for KYC-based caller ID display
Telecom regulator Trai will soon start consultation on framing a mechanism for caller's KYC-based name to flash on phone screens when someone calls, according to a top official.
'Corporate credit growth likely to improve amid rate hikes'
WORKING CAPITAL NEEDS TO RISE, BONDS TO BECOME COSTLIER; RISKS LIMITED FOR BANKS: JEFFERIES
Maha delegation off to Davos for WEF meet
The state government expects signing of MoUs of Rs 25,000 crore in various sectors
How New Robin Hood CEO Buery Plans to Fight NYC Poverty
Richard R. Buery Jr., is starting his first full year as CEO of Robin Hood. But he’s no stranger to New York City’s largest poverty-fighting organization.
Got a Tax Question? Don't Call the IRS
Customer service has cratered at the short-staffed, underfunded agency
A Colossal Secret
Ian Evenden discovers how British WWII braniacs, faced with an impossible task, helped save millions of lives and invented the computer as we know it
CANADA'S FORGOTTEN CAPITAL
Beneath the streets of Old Montreal, the rubble of a short-lived Parliament building offers a glimpse into a young country’s growing pains
Painting Through Pandemic
Vibrant illustrator Tania Yakunova talks about her life as an artist in quarantine and shares her hopes and fears as we all wrestle through this pandemic.
QUEEN LAYS OUT JOHNSON'S BREXIT PLANS AT PARLIAMENT OPENING
QUEEN LAYS OUT JOHNSON’S BREXIT PLANS AT PARLIAMENT OPENING
The Party of Mandela Is at Odds With Itself
South Africa’s president is under pressure for alleged graft.
What It's Like to Run a Company in the Most Dangerous Places on Earth
Inside the deadly, controversial, highly secretive, and crucially important private warfare waged by Patriot Group.
The Elusive Maggie Thatcher
Why distorting Mrs. T. has been a popular literary pastime.
The Front-Runner Fallacy
Early presidential polls have tended to be wildly off-target. There’s no reason to think this time is different.