What world leaders have to say about Trump call: Jerusalem

The head of the Arab League has called US President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital "dangerous and unacceptable" and a "flagrant attack on a political solution" to the Israeli- Palestinian conflict. Reason behind rising crises President Donald Trump perceived the debated city of Jerusalem as Israel's capital on Wednesday, a noteworthy choice that topples many … Continue reading What world leaders have to say about Trump call: Jerusalem

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Hard luck Italy, failed to qualify for WC2018 in 60 years

What a sad day for Football fans all around the World watching the #Legend Buffon for the last time in Italy national football team colors. Sweden Beat Italy 1-0 on aggregate to reach the finals of FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia. The team with 2nd most World Cup Trophies failed on a big day. Italy has won 4 World Cups, 1932, 1934, … Continue reading Hard luck Italy, failed to qualify for WC2018 in 60 years

What are the Paradise Papers?

The Paradise Papers is a special investigation by the Guardian and 95 media partners worldwide into a leak of 13.4m files from two offshore service providers and 19 tax havens' company registries. The files reveal the offshore financial affairs of some of the world’s biggest multinational companies and richest individuals and set out the myriad … Continue reading What are the Paradise Papers?

Grab will allow drivers to collect payments on daily basis – Ride-hailing company coming soon

TransferTo, a global Cross-Border Mobile Payments Network, has been chosen by Grab, the leading mobile ride-hailing and payments platform in South-East Asia, to enable real-time earnings payouts for Grab drivers using their GrabPay account, across Grab’s operating markets. For the first time, and as a result of this strategic partnership, Grab drivers can instantly collect their daily earnings with … Continue reading Grab will allow drivers to collect payments on daily basis – Ride-hailing company coming soon

Eight years of isolation from International Cricket ends

LAHORE: Even Pakistan's prime minister did not believe it could happen but when Sri Lanka visit Lahore on Sunday for a T20 match, the hosts will celebrate the end of eight years of isolation from international cricket. Less than a year ago, none of this appeared possible for a nation that had largely been shunned … Continue reading Eight years of isolation from International Cricket ends

5th round of Brexit on halt in Brussels as EU don’t see enough room to proceed Brexit talks

The EU's main arbitrator Michel Barnier says there has not been sufficient advance to move to the following phase of Brexit talks as the UK needs. He said there was "new energy" all the while yet there was still "gridlock" over how much the UK pays when it leaves, which he called "exasperating". Brexit Secretary … Continue reading 5th round of Brexit on halt in Brussels as EU don’t see enough room to proceed Brexit talks

Gaps between Trump promises and actual policies are expanding: White House

These are not the only instances in which Mr. Trump’s expansive language has not been matched by his actions during this opening phase of his presidency. On immigration, diplomatic relations with Cuba and international accords like the North American Free Trade Agreement and a separate trade pact with South Korea, he has denounced decisions made … Continue reading Gaps between Trump promises and actual policies are expanding: White House

Iran move intended to shattered US relation with North Korea: Tillerson

On Sunday US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson denied that Donald J Trump threatens to break the Iran nuclear deal had weakened America's chance of reining in North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile drive through diplomacy. Tillerson pushed back at claims that Trump has undermined his efforts after outspoken Republican senator and Trump critic Bob Corker … Continue reading Iran move intended to shattered US relation with North Korea: Tillerson

New mode of transport: world’s first flying taxi takes off in Dubai

Dubai on Monday showcased the world's first self-flying taxi service, which will be operated by the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA). Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, attended the maiden concept flight of the autonomous air taxi (AAT) near the Jumeirah Beach Park.The two-seater AAT developed by German drone … Continue reading New mode of transport: world’s first flying taxi takes off in Dubai

How HTC staff join Internet giant, Google

Google has bought part of HTC's mobile phone division for $1.1bn (£820m), a return to hardware ownership for the company.                           The deal will see 2,000 HTC staff join the US internet giant and underlines Google's broadening ambitions in smartphone production. Google develops the Android operating … Continue reading How HTC staff join Internet giant, Google