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Jet Air seeks 90 days extension for bids

The cash-strapped airline, which was grounded in April 2019, owes more than Rs 8,000 crore to banks, with those from the public sector having...

Russia Just Smashed Its Record for Hottest Winter

Russia is normally considered a bastion for cold. But it just experienced its warmest winter since records started some...

Facebook sales grow as users tick up; Zuckerberg defends political ads

(Reuters) - Facebook Inc () reported an uptick in users in lucrative markets and its third straight rise in quarterly sales growth on Wednesday,...

Aramco IPO will come soon, Saudi crown prince to decide: energy...

RIYADH (Reuters) - The initial public offering (IPO) for state-owned oil company Saudi Aramco will come soon, and will be a decision taken by...

Georgia ‘I’ll Be Back’ Cyber Attack Terminates TV, Takes Down 15,000...

The website of the President of Georgia, Salome Zurabishvili, was among those targeted in the cyber ... Getty Images A "massive" cyber-attack against...

Oil markets could face oversupply in 2020, the IEA says

Oil markets are expected to face excess supplies in 2020 due to a production boost amid weak demand growth, the director for energy markets...

Microsoft says Russia-linked hackers target sports organizations

(Reuters) - Microsoft Corp said it has tracked "significant" cyberattacks coming from a group it calls "Strontium" or "Fancy Bear", targeting anti-doping authorities and...

Russian Submarine May Test New Weapons Off Norway This Week

The Russian Navy may test new weapons off Norway this week. Russian media reports that the exercises will involve the nuclear-powered submarines B-534 Nizhny...

Lawyers for former Trump advisor John Bolton reportedly in contact with...

Lawyers for former national security advisor John Bolton have been in touch with officials working on House committees about possibly testifying in the impeachment...

Estonian minister blamed for slow reform after Danske scandal

TALLINN (Reuters) - Estonia's far-right finance minister has been criticized by lawmakers for holding up financial reforms promised after the Baltic state became the...