13 May 2021
04 May 2021
EU regulators start the review of China's Sinovac vaccine: Details
European Union drug regulator announced on Tuesday that it has started a rolling review of China's Sinovac coronavirus vaccine to assess its effectiveness and safety, the first step toward possible approval for use in the 27-nation bloc.
16 Mar 2021
UK's Prime Minister Boris Johnson to visit India in April-end
United Kingdom's Prime Minister Boris Johnson will be visiting India in April-end, his office said on Monday, reports Reuters.
17 Feb 2021
Pfizer-BioNTech to give EU another 200 million COVID-19 shots
Pfizer and BioNTech, on Wednesday, finalized an agreement to supply the European Union with another 200 million doses of their COVID-19 vaccine.
19 Jan 2021
07 Jan 2021
EU agency authorizes Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine
The European Union's medicines agency gave the green light to the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday.
31 Dec 2020
UK PM signs 'historic' Brexit deal after vote in Parliament
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson signed the Brexit trade deal with the European Union (EU) on Wednesday after members of Parliament voted overwhelmingly, 521 votes to 73 in the House of Commons.
24 Dec 2020
UK-EU agree on Brexit deal week before transition period ends
With just a week to go before the Brexit transition period ends, the United Kingdom and the European Union have agreed on a historic trade deal.
22 Dec 2020
Can prepare vaccine against mutated virus in 6 weeks: BioNTech
Ugur Sahin, the co-founder and CEO of the German drugmaker BioNTech, displayed confidence that their COVID-19 vaccine can work against the new strain of the coronavirus.
17 Dec 2020
China's spacecraft successfully brings home moon samples
China's Chang'e-5 probe successfully touched down on Earth in the early hours of Thursday, bringing home the first samples of the moon in over 40 years.
17 Dec 2020
French President Emmanuel Macron tests positive for coronavirus
French President Emmanuel Macron has tested positive for coronavirus, joining the long list of notable international personalities to have contracted the disease, that originated in China late last year.
17 Dec 2020
Now, UK and US are eyeing a mini trade deal
In its final days, the current United States administration, led by outgoing President Donald Trump, is trying to ink a mini trade deal with the United Kingdom that would reduce trade tariffs, reports BBC.
16 Dec 2020
'Narrow path' for agreement on Brexit deal exists: EU chief
After weeks of intensive talks on a post-Brexit deal, a "narrow path" for an agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union is now in view, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Wednesday.
12 Dec 2020
US clears Pfizer coronavirus vaccine, first shot in 24 hours
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Friday authorized Pfizer-BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine, clearing the way for its mass rollout across the United States.
10 Dec 2020
Brexit deal: Sunday deadline set as 'very large gaps' remain
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen have set a Sunday deadline for the Brexit trade deal.
08 Dec 2020
India among top ten performers on Climate Change Index
India is taking substantial steps to mitigate the impact of climate change, revealed the latest global Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI).
02 Dec 2020
India invites UK PM Boris Johnson as R-Day chief: Report
United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been invited to be the chief guest at India's Republic Day celebrations in January next year, a report said on Wednesday.
20 Nov 2020
US could levy tariffs in response to India's "digital tax"
A retaliatory action from the United States is expected over the taxes levied on tech companies, like Facebook, in a few countries, a Bloomberg report said on Friday.
07 Oct 2020
European countries reimpose lockdown curbs amid spike in coronavirus cases
As Europe has seen a rise in the number of coronavirus infections again, several countries have decided to reimpose lockdown restrictions.
26 Aug 2020
Amazon accused of unfair business practices in India: Details here
Amazon's antitrust troubles are not just limited to the United States or the European Union.
04 Aug 2020
EU launches in-depth investigation into Google's acquisition of Fitbit
The European Commission has launched an in-depth investigation into Google's acquisition of wearable company Fitbit.
04 Aug 2020
Coronavirus: Who will be first in line for the vaccine?
Amid global expedited efforts to develop a vaccine against the novel coronavirus, experts are debating who should be the first to be vaccinated.
21 Jul 2020
NewsBytes Briefing: Zuckerberg says no deal with Trump and more
Since last evening, the world of technology has seen some notable developments.
26 Jun 2020
US shifting troops to counter Chinese threat to India, others
The United States could have a role to play in the ongoing Indo-China conflict, as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Thursday that the country was reviewing the position of its troops in Europe to face the threat which People's Liberation Army poses to Asian countries like India, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines, as well as South China Sea.
08 May 2020
Madonna says she had coronavirus, but is 'not currently sick'
Addressing growing concerns over her health, pop icon Madonna said that she had the coronavirus towards the end of her Madame X Tour in Paris, which was eventually cut short due to the pandemic.
22 Apr 2020
#NewsBytesExplainer: All you need to know about Kolpak rule
In a recent interview, the newly appointed director of Cricket South Africa Graeme Smith welcomed any former Kolpak player who wishes to rejoin the Proteas camp.
26 Mar 2020
G20 summit on #Coronavirus: India to have coordinated, forward-looking approach
An extraordinary virtual G20 leaders' summit will be convened on Thursday to discuss the coronavirus pandemic and global plans to deal with public health and economic challenges posed by the COVID-19 crisis.
25 Mar 2020
Trump, Modi, and Conte: How are world leaders tackling coronavirus
The world will be categorized into the pre-coronavirus phase and the one after that.
17 Mar 2020
Coronavirus: Over 2,000 die in Italy, Canada closes borders
With no cure for the deadly COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, in sight, world leaders have taken a more stringent approach, announcing the closure of borders and extending lockdown.
13 Mar 2020
What is a pandemic? Why has COVID-19 been declared one?
The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday declared the novel coronavirus outbreak a pandemic as the virus continues to spread globally.
19 Feb 2020
All you need to know about UK's new visa system
The United Kingdom has launched a new points-based visa system, impacting migrant workers and students.
09 Jan 2020
15 foreign envoys visit Kashmir, government explains agenda
As 15 envoys from different countries are visiting Jammu and Kashmir, the government briefed media about the objective of this trip.
09 Jan 2020
15 foreign envoys, barring EU representatives, to visit J&K
The government is taking 15 foreign envoys for a two-day trip to Jammu and Kashmir to shed light on the ground realities, five months after Article 370 was rescinded and the state bifurcated into two Union Territories.
08 Jan 2020
How the US-Iran conflict began: A brief history
Over the past few days, tensions have heightened between the United States and Iran.
30 Oct 2019
After Kashmir trip, EU delegation says we support India
23 members of the European Union (EU) were among the "lucky ones" who were allowed to visit Kashmir, the region which has been on edge since August 5 after Article 370 was negated.
29 Oct 2019
CRPF deployment attacked by terrorists near school in Kashmir's Pulwama
Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) troops deployed at a school building in Pulwama, Kashmir, were attacked on Tuesday afternoon.
29 Oct 2019
EU delegation leaves for Kashmir to assess situation, opposition unhappy
A European Union delegation, consisting of 27 MPs, left for Jammu and Kashmir from Delhi earlier today to assess the situation in the border state, that has been under lockdown since August.
28 Oct 2019
Before tomorrow's Kashmir visit, EU delegation meets PM Modi
Kashmir has been reeling under an unprecedented lockdown since August raising concerns among rights groups. The area has been off-limits for almost everyone from journalists to activists.
17 Oct 2019
Britain-EU reach Brexit deal, declares PM Boris Johnson
On Thursday, United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that a Brexit deal has been negotiated between the UK and the European Union.
26 Sep 2019
Google wins landmark 'right to be forgotten' case: Details here
The European Court of Justice (ECJ), the highest court of the bloc, has ruled that Google is not obliged to apply the 'right to be forgotten' across the globe.