‘Utah played really physical and they played defense like we hadn’t seen before’
The Kobe Steel plant at the centre of a data-falsification scandal that has shaken supply chains around the world has been stripped of all its industrial quality certifications, the Japanese government said yesterday.
Several hundred Gazans will be able to go to the cinema on Saturday for the first time in more than 30 years, albeit for one night only.
Peace, or at least a truce, seems to have broken out in the global bond market and Japanese investors see that as a signal to buy more of the only maturities to make any significant money this year: 20-year notes.
The fatal crash of an Airbus helicopter in Norway last year was the result of metal fatigue in the aircraft's gearbox, the country's Accident Investigation Board (AIBN) said in a report on Friday, confirming its initial findings last June.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday said the BHIM-Aadhaar digital payments platform has the potential to revolutionise the economy while empowering common Indians in the same way as did the Constitution, framed by B R Ambedkar, whose 126th birth anniversary was celebrated across the country yeste
In an important step towards the continuous technological advancements within the courts, the Qatar International Court and Dispute Resolution Centre (QICDRC) has signed an agreement with Singaporean case management solution firm CrimsonLogic.