File photo of Meng Wanzhou. Photograph:( Reuters )
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A Canadian court granted bail to Huawei's Meng Wanzhou who was held by authorities for the past one week after US officials accused the top executive of misleading banks about transactions linked to Iran.
Counting for all seats in Madhya Pradesh has got over on Wednesday morning and the Congress has emerged as the single-largest party.
No party has got a clear mandate to form government yet.
A gunman on a security watchlist killed at least four people and wounded at least 11 others near the picturesque Christmas market in the historic French city of Strasbourg on Tuesday evening before fleeing.
Google currently has no plans to launch a search engine in China, its Indian-American CEO Sundar Pichai told lawmakers Tuesday as he dodged a series of questions from lawmakers who expressed concern over such a reported move by the internet giant.
Mohamed Salah's delightful first-half strike gave Liverpool a 1-0 win over Napoli that sent them into the Champions League's last 16 and the Italian side crashing out at a tension-filled Anfield on Tuesday.