Locked in power tussle with Nepal PM Oli, Prachanda tells party workers to prepare for worst

Prachanda and Nepal have claimed that the majority of the powerful Central Working Committee members have supported them while raising voice against Oli. Prachanda also alleged that while the Standing Committee meeting was in progress, at the initiative of Prime Minister Oli a new party was registered under the name of a lesser-known person at […]

2023: A competent southerner must emerge

READ ALSO: Apapa traffic crises may linger till Dec 2020 — Presidential Team But we must not throw the baby away with the bath water because were ally must look at the issue of competence when choosing our leaders, not just at the Federal level, but also at the State levels. The system that threw […]

Stallion, Bajaj alliance will empower Nigerians — Rohtagi

ALSO READ: COVID-19: Stallion begins rice, fish distribution in Abuja hospitals He described Bajaj as a dominant tricycle brand across the globe with over 70 percent market share in countries like India, Argentina, Columbia and other Asian and Latin American countries, adding that Nigeria will be part of Bajaj success story.

Donald Trump says he’ll order unemployment payments if impasse persists

Senate Republicans wouldn’t be able to back any deal of $2 trillion or more, given that as much as $1 trillion of the March stimulus package remains unspent, according to a GOP aide in that chamber. Schumer pointed out that some of Republican senators would be unlikely to support a bill regardless of size.

China-US ties plunge further over Hong Kong sanctions

The latest US actions follow a protracted battle over Huawei, the Chinese network and smartphone giant accused by the Trump administration of being a tool for espionage.

China criticises US Hong Kong sanctions as ‘barbarous and rude’

The move came after President Donald Trump’s administration forced Chinese internet giants TikTok and WeChat to end all operations in the US, in a twin diplomatic-commercial offensive set to grow ahead of the US presidential election in November.

Beijing’s top Hong Kong office says US sanctions are ‘clowning actions’ and ‘ridiculous’

The United States on Friday imposed sanctions on Luo Huining, the head of China’s Liaison Office, as well as Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam and other current and former officials that Washington accuses of curtailing political freedoms in the global financial hub.

Book review | Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber by Mike Isaac

New York Times technology reporter Mike Isaac tells an incredibly important story about a company that is a household name today. Ride-hailing firm Uber is important for many reasons. Its core business, as fundamental as transport – as broken as it gets in big cities – is only one reason. Uber heralded the era of […]

Sioux Falls Park and Art pop-up shows blend ballet, music

Hooks’ summer slate was wiped out by the coronavirus. With nearly a decade of experience in the local arts scene and Hooks members joking that they’re a dad-rock band now, it’s been invigorating to partner with Scott and Elliott, said Eli Show, Hooks’ lead singer and guitarist.

In numbers: Remembering Quit India Movement

This was Gandhi’s vision when he launched the Quit India movement in August 1942. It was the time of World War II; Germany was advancing towards the USSR in the west; on the opposite side, Japan was advancing towards India. The country was also in ferment at this time. On the one hand, there was […]