Apple looks to boost production outside China, Wall Street Journal reports

Apple looks to boost production outside China, Wall Street Journal reports

An Apple logo hangs above the entrance to the Apple store on 5th Avenue in the Manhattan borough of New York City, July 21, 2015. REUTERS / Mike Segar / File Photo Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register May 21 (Reuters) – Apple Inc (AAPL.O) has told some of its contract manufacturers … Read more

Hindu women press for access to Indian mosque, in latest dispute

Rakhi Singh, Sita Sahu and Laxmi Devi, three of the five petitioners who filed a plea to pray every day before the idol of a goddess and relics inside the Gyanvapi mosque, speak with the media after they leave the mosque in Varanasi, India, May 14, 2022. Picture taken May 14, 2022. REUTERS / Stringer … Read more

UFC Vegas 55: Weigh-In Faceoffs – UFC – Ultimate Fighting Championship

UFC Vegas 55: Weigh-In FaceoffsUFC – Ultimate Fighting Championship UFC Fight Night 206 weigh-in results: All 22 fighters hit markMMA Junkie Holly Holm and Ketlen Vieira do not want to break eye contact during Final Face OffTheMacLife UFC Vegas 55 weigh-in results: Holly Holm, Ketlen Vieira hit the mark for pivotal bantamweight headlinerMMA Fighting UFC … Read more

Thousands queue for petrol, gas in Sri Lanka amid warnings of food shortages

COLOMBO, May 20 (Reuters) – Thousands of people queued for cooking gas and petrol in Sri Lanka’s commercial capital on Friday and Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe warned of a food shortage as the island nation battles a devastating economic crisis. Lines formed in many parts of Colombo, a city of around 900,000 people, as residents … Read more

Biden visits Japan, South Korea carrying warning to China

Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida attends a virtual meeting with US President Joe Biden at his official residence in Tokyo, Japan January 21, 2022, in this photo released by Japan’s Cabinet Public Relations Office via Kyodo. Japan’s Cabinet Public Relations Office via Kyodo / via REUTERS Mandatory credit Kyodo / via REUTERS / File Photo … Read more

India, the world’s biggest buyer of Russian arms, looks to diversify suppliers

The Sukhoi-30MKI jet was seen during the 88th Air Force Day parade at Hindon Air Force Station in Ghaziabad, India, October 8, 2020. REUTERS / Anushree Fadnavis Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Search gets more urgent as Russia faces economic sanctions India steps up emphasis on making equipment at home Also … Read more

Shooting along Indiana highway where SUV was stopped kills 2

Authorities say two men were fatally shot after a police officer and two good Samaritans stopped along a southern Indiana highway to help a driver who was stopped in the roadway TownThe Associated Press 17 May 2022, 14:56 • 2 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article PALMYRA, Ind. – Two men were … Read more

LIC shares sink in debut after disappointing, albeit record India IPO

Latest weak share performance from a newly listed Indian firm Company valued at $ 72 billion, a third of initial govt hopes LIC is now India’s fifth biggest company MUMBAI, May 17 (Reuters) – Shares in Life Insurance Corp of India (LIC) (LIFI.NS) slid 6% in their market debut on Tuesday, a fresh setback for … Read more

Sri Lanka down to last day of petrol, PM tells crisis-hit nation

COLOMBO, May 16 (Reuters) – Sri Lanka’s new prime minister said on Monday the crisis-hit nation was down to its last day of petrol, as the country’s power minister told citizens not to join the lengthy fuel queues that have galvanized weeks of anti -government protests. Ranil Wickremesinghe, appointed prime minister on Thursday, said in … Read more

Poor workers bear the brunt of India’s heatwave

NOIDA, India, May 16 (Reuters) – For construction worker Yogendra Tundre, life at a building site on the outskirts of the Indian capital New Delhi is hard enough. This year, record high temperatures are making it unbearable. As India grapples with an unprecedented heatwave, the country’s vast majority of poor workers, who generally work outdoors, … Read more