India’s top court has ruled unanimously that individual privacy is a fundamental right, in a blow to the government’s planned roll-out of the world’s largest biometric ID card program — known as Aadhaar.
Shares in the world’s largest advertising company WPP dropped nine percent at the start of trading today amid slowing sales and concerns about future growth.
Big Ben has bonged for the final time in maybe four years.
This year, World Tourism Day will be commemorated on the 27 September, in Qatar.
It takes a special kind of person to dedicate their life to helping others.
Since 1978 the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City has hosted an annual economic policy symposium in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
The world’s richest man Bill Gates just donated $4.6bn to a charity, in what is his biggest charity donation since he set his own foundation up back in 2000.
British Airways cabin crew are planning to strike again from today for two weeks, coinciding with the August bank holiday.
The world’s largest data centre will be built in Ballangen, a small Norwegian village with a population of just over 2,600.
Before the Brexit referendum you could probably be forgiven for not knowing the name Guy Verhofstadt.
Today marks India’s Independence day and while India may have lost its title of the world’s fastest growing economy, the country continues to be an economic growth powerhouse.
In his fourth Independence Day address, India’s president Narendra Modi promised a “new India” by 2022, part of his push to win the upcoming general election expected in 2019.
Today, 15 August, is an important date for the history books, as it was the day India was granted its independence from Great Britain.
Japan’s economy grew at its fastest pace for more than two years in the second quarter amid high consumer spending and capital expenditure.
As Labour leader during the referendum, many expected Jeremy Corbyn to become a prominent figure in the Remain campaign.
It’s the summer, and everyone wants to get away from the UK’s cold weather.
Unless you’ve been under a rock for the past week, you’ll probably have seen the story of Chloe Ayling.
As the birthplace of some of the world’s most successful companies, such as Google, Apple, Airbnb and Uber, new startups flock to Silicon Valley, San Francisco in the hope of becoming the next big thing.
The world’s largest fast food chain McDonald’s announced plans on Tuesday to double the number of its stores in China within five years, targeting the country’s less-developed urban areas.
Raila Odinga, Kenya’s opposition presidential candidate has accused hackers of breaking into the electoral commission’s IT system to manipulate the election results.
Today, 9 August, is seen as the 10-year anniversary of the global financial crisis.
Mexican industrial group Mexichem will acquire control of Israel’s Netafim, the world’s largest drip irrigation company, for $1.5bn.
About 19m Kenyans will decide to vote for president Uhuru Kenyatta or the veteran opposition leader Raila Odlinga to run East Africa’s largest economy.
When it comes to space, China has been running some pioneering experiments.
You can’t beat a good holiday can you?
Southeast Asia’s diplomats will discuss a proposed nonaggression pact with China to calm tension over the South China Sea at the 50th Asean ministerial meeting in the Philippines starting on Saturday.
Tear gas in the air and the sound of police shotguns fill the streets — every day since April thousands of Venezuelans have been protesting in the capital city of Caracas.
As chancellor of Germany, Europe’s largest and strongest economy, Angela Merkel is one of the most powerful voices in the European Union.
It feels like the dust has only just settled on last year’s 2016 Summer Olympic games in Rio de Janerio, Brazil, whilst the International Olympic Committee has been deciding who will host the next installment of the games.