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Jaitley attacks Congress after EVM hacking claims

Jaitley attacks Congress after EVM hacking claims

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley yesterday rejected claims of EVM (electronic voting machine) hacking in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls at a press conference in London by a self-proclaimed cyber expert as “absolutely rubbish” and a “big lie” and attacked the Congress for demanding a probe into the issue.

Philippines holds referendum for autonomy in troubled south

Philippines holds referendum for autonomy in troubled south

Minority Muslims in the Philippines cast votes yesterday in a long-awaited referendum on autonomy, the culmination of a peace process to end decades of conflict in a region plagued by poverty, banditry and militancy.

Senator says plan to lower criminal liability is cruel

Senator says plan to lower criminal liability is cruel

Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino yesterday said the House of Representatives’ measure that lowers the age of criminal liability to nine would be rejected by the Senate.

Authorities open probe into Sahiwal ‘encounter’

Authorities open probe into Sahiwal ‘encounter’

Pakistani authorities have opened an investigation into the police killing of four people, including a woman and a child, in an encounter with a suspected militant leader that has drawn accusations from the public of police brutality.

UK govt discriminating against British children born in Pakistan, says lawyer

UK govt discriminating against British children born in Pakistan, says lawyer

British children born in Pakistan have to wait for six to 12 months to get their passports, when the children born to British parents in the US and Australia wait for just eight to 10 working days, data obtained under a Freedom of Information (FOI) request shows,

Swedish cabinet named in shift towards centre

Swedish cabinet named in shift towards centre

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven named his cabinet yesterday, adding six new faces after securing a new term last week that ended four months of political stalemate.

Total lunar eclipse woos skywatchers

Total lunar eclipse woos skywatchers

Skywatchers howled at the moon at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles when the full lunar eclipse appeared shortly after 9pm Pacific time on Sunday, and our celestial neighbour was bathed reddish-orange during a “Super Blood Wolf Moon”.

May refuses to rule out no-deal Brexit

May refuses to rule out no-deal Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday said she would try to break the deadlock over her Brexit deal by seeking further concessions from the European Union on a backup plan to avoid a hard border in Ireland.

Indonesia mulls release of cleric connected to Bali terror attack

Indonesia mulls release of cleric connected to Bali terror attack

The Indonesian government’s plan to release an elderly cleric convicted of terrorism is still being studied, the country’s security minister said yesterday.

Kamala Harris jumps into White House race

Kamala Harris jumps into White House race

Senator Kamala Harris announced Monday that she is seeking to become the first African American woman to hold the office of US president, joining an already-crowded field of Democrats lining up to take on Donald Trump.

African leaders back Congo president-elect

African leaders back Congo president-elect

Democratic Republic of Congo’s president-elect Felix Tshisekedi received a chorus of congratulations from African leaders on Sunday and yesterday in a growing sign that his disputed election win will not be questioned internationally.

Canada should ban Huawei from 5G networks, says former spy chief

Canada should ban Huawei from 5G networks, says former spy chief

Canada should ban China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd from supplying equipment to Canadian 5G networks because the security risk is too great, a former spy chief said in an article published on Monday.

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