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Sep 26, 2017
Microsoft and Facebook complete 6,430 kilometer long transatlantic Marea subsea cable projectNorth Virginia is Microsoft's main internet data cente. The subsea cable connection will serve cross-border data flow between two continents, the US and Europe.
Sep 21, 2017
European Commission may seek to implement tax reforms to raise more revenue from tech companiesThe commission on 21 September outlined three options for taxes aimed at internet companies that could be agreed upon relatively quickly at the EU level.
Sep 16, 2017
Privacy Shield data transfer pact between the US and EU to undergo its first credibility testThe Privacy Shield allows firms to move data across the Atlantic without relying on such contracts, known as model clauses, which are more cumbersome and expensive.
May 18, 2017
Afghanistan's first female certified pilot to become youngest to make solo round-the-world flightBorn in a refugee camp in Afghanistan, Shaesta Waiz now hopes to become the youngest woman in history to complete a solo round-the-world flight.
Jul 28, 2016
For transparent Brics, India must push for greater engagement with civil societyHowever, in the interests of a fair and transparent BRICS, it is better to engage with civil society. And India, with its strong democratic traditions and a robust civil society can play a strong role in ensuring this.
Jun 23, 2016
Solar Impulse 2 completes 70 hour transatlantic solar powered flightThe experimental Solar Impulse 2 plane landed in Spain on Thursday morning, after completing a 70-hour journey from New York powered only by sunlight.
Jun 22, 2016
India hits eight-year high in FDI inflows, says Unctad reportGlobal foreign direct investment (FDI) jumped to $1.76 trillion in 2015 while foreign investment inflows to India reached a high of $44 billion almost touching record levels of 2008, a new UN report released on Tuesday shows
Oct 07, 2015
Edward Snowden hails EU quashing of transatlantic data 'Safe Harbor' dealAmerica's most-wanted whistleblower Edward Snowden on Tuesday hail the EU's top court's decision to strike down a transatlantic data deal used by companies like Facebook to send citizens' personal data to the US.
Aug 17, 2015
India, EU working to end trade dispute over generic drugsThe PMO wrote to the EU Trade Commissioner to intervene when the ban on around 700 pharmaceutical products was formalised in May, two government sources in New Delhi said.