China Delivery Bar Lets Men Experience Labour Pain
India Shaken By Saudi Attacks, But Oil Is In Control
When the drones hit two of the worlds largest oil processing facilities of Aramco, its loud noise not only woke residents in Saudi Arabia but shook the entire global oil industry
Amnesty Says Hong Kong Police Using Excessive Force
Amnesty International on Friday accused Hong Kong police of using excessive force against pro-democracy protesters, in some cases amounting to torture, criticising a “disturbing pattern of reckless and unlawful tactics”.
US Fines Hyundai USD 47 mn Over Dirty Diesel Engines
Hyundai Heavy Industries will pay a USD 47 million fine for illegally importing and selling dirty diesel engines in violation of American environmental rules
Global Growth ‘Fragile,’ ‘Under Threat’: Former IMF Head Christine Lagarde
Former head of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde has warned that global growth is “fragile” and “under threat” and policymakers should work to reduce manmade vulnerabilities.