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EU looks to plug migrant enter from Belarus, seeks suspension of asylum rules for six months

EU looks to plug migrant enter from Belarus, seeks suspension of asylum rules for six months

The measure would allow Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia to extend the period allowed for new asylum claims to be registered from 10 days to four weeks
Internet

Britain voices concerns over threats to open internet, seeks regulations for better safety at UK G7 forum

Britain is taking a lead in stepping up regulation of social media platforms with its proposed online safety legislation
Reproductive Technology Bill 2021

Centre clears Assisted Reproductive Technology Bill 2021, to regulate fertility clinics

The ART Bill seeks to regulate fertility clinics. All such clinics will have to be registered under the National Registry of Banks and Clinics of India
European Union

EU prepares blueprint to end Chinese trade hegemony, lines up investments to derail Chinese BRI

The move is seen as part of the West’s efforts to counter Chinese influence in Africa and elsewhere
Covid new variant, Omicron

India tightens noose around international travellers, revises guidelines for international arrivals amid Omicron fears

In the revised guidelines, it is mandated to submit 14 days’ travel details and upload a negative RT-PCR test report on the Air Suvidha portal before the journey
Richard Moor

MI6 chief bats for private tech firms’ role to tech firms to check cyber threats

MI6 chief has called upon fellow spies to give up their deep-rooted secrecy and seek help from tech firms to combat fast-moving cyber threats
India introduces unique face recognition tech for pensioners for easy payments

India introduces unique face recognition tech for pensioners for easy payments

The move is likely to benefit 68 lakh Central government pensioners as well as crores of pensioners who fall outside the jurisdiction of the EPFO and state government
Google

Amid growing tensions with top tech majors, Australia looks to slap new legislation to rein in tech giants

The Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is likely to announce a new set of parliamentary inquiries into the behavior of the world’s largest tech cos and the need for new legislation
Ebrahim Raisi

EU ends Iran nuclear talks impasse, begun talks to revive 2015 nuclear deal

Iran earlier ignored appeals from Western countries to restart the talks for several months, all the while strengthening the capabilities of its nuclear programme
Taiwan capable of responding to Chinese aggression- Taipei defence minister Chiu Kuo-cheng

Taiwan capable of responding to Chinese aggression: Taipei defence minister Chiu Kuo-cheng

Taiwan scrambled fighters again on Sunday after 27 Chinese air force planes again entered its air defence identification zone
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