Indian ministers spotted sharing images of Beijing airport as Indian airport

China’s state TV employee, Shen Shiwei, called out several BJP ministers and leaders for using the image of China’s airport as the model of Jewar Airport in Noida. In the next tweet, he posted the actual images of the Beijing International Airport.

U.S. says ‘all options’ on the table over Russian troop buildup near Ukraine

All options are on the table in how to respond to Russia's "large and unusual" troop buildup near Ukraine's border, and the NATO alliance will decide on the next move following consultations next week

Crypto market loses $300B as new Covid variant creates fear

Bitcoin plummeted 10% in 12 hours and the cryptocurrency market lost almost $300 billion on Friday. The sudden decline came amid investors' fears that a new coronavirus variant could cause new quarantine measures, closure of businesses, and halt global economic recovery.

English cricket launches anti-racism plan after Azeem Rafiq’s testimony

Pakistan-born former cricketer Rafiq gave harrowing testimony to lawmakers in which he said his career had been ended by the racist abuse he received while at leading English county Yorkshire. In response, English cricket's top administrator announced an anti-racism action plan.

Putin raises concern over armed clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh region

Opening a meeting with his Azerbaijani counterpart Ilham Aliyev in Sochi, Vladimir Putin said the discussion on the Karabakh settlement will continue later in the day during trilateral talks, which will also include Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan.

India’s Tata plans to set up $300mn semiconductor assembly unit

The Tata group, which controls India's top software services exporter Tata Consultancy Services and has interests in everything from autos to aviation, plans to invest in high-end electronics and digital businesses.

UK faces lowest October car output since 1956 amid chip shortage

British car output fell by an annual 41.4% last month to its lowest October level since 1956 as the global lack of semiconductor chips and a plant closure hit the sector, according to a trade industry body. A total of 64,729 cars rolled off British production lines,

Israel slashes list of countries that can buy cyber tech -report

Israel slashed its list of countries eligible to buy its cyber technologies following concern over possible abuses abroad of a hacking tool sold by Israeli firm NSO Group, Israel's Calcalist financial newspaper reported.

U.S threatens escalation with Iran at IAEA next month

As part of its investigation, the IAEA is seeking answers about the origin of uranium particles found at seemingly old but undeclared sites. The organization also alleges that Iran is subjecting its inspectors to 'excessively invasive physical searches.

Italy takes in green-eyed ‘Afghan Girl’ Sharbat Gula

Sharbat Gula, famously known as the green-eyed “Afghan Girl” from National Geographic's 1985 magazine cover, has received refuge in Italy amid efforts to evacuate Afghans after the Taliban took over the country three months ago.

‘Very serious situation’: Chinese spy vessel spotted near Australia

PM Morrison acknowledged that a Chinese surveillance ship spent some time near his country’s coast earlier this year, saying on Friday that the vessel underscored a “very serious situation” in the Indo-Pacific region.

Canada to send military aid to Ukraine as Russia mobilizes force

Defense Minister Anita Anand is mulling deploying hundreds of additional troops to support about 200 Canadian soldiers already in far west Ukraine on a training mission