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Kremlin urges Russia’s IT to develop Zoom rival

"We need to switch to alternatives, they do exist," Peskov told reporters on Wednesday, according to a report by TASS news agency.

Chinese hackers target SII, Bharat Biotech: Report

Both SII and Bharat Biotech are involved in producing Covid-19 vaccine

India’s Ankita wins her 1st WTA title with doubles crown at Phillip Island

The win will help Ankita, 28, enter the top 100 of the WTA rankings in doubles with the live rankings currently showing her in the 94th position. She won ITF doubles titles and WTA 125k series title before Friday's win.

Aus Open: Medvedev beats Rublev to reach semi-finals

Medvedev beat the seventh seed Rublev 7-5, 6-3, 6-2 and will now face either world No.5 Stefanos Tsitsipas or 20-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals.

Australian Open: Serena Williams to face Sabalenka for Q/F berth

"I came out a little bit not (out) of the starting blocks like I would have wanted to and like I have been since I've been playing here, but you know it's about surviving and playing better every round," Williams said after the match.

Putin proposes Russia-US cooperation in greetings to Biden

"The coronavirus pandemic and other challenges which the world faced in the outgoing year testified to the importance of broad international cooperation," Putin said, Xinhua news agency reported citing the Kremlin.

Caviar unveils gold-plated AirPods Max for around Rs 80 lakh

Caviar said that the luxury headphones will be "released in a single piece worldwide," indicating that supplies will be limited.

US says Iran, Russia obtained voter registration info

The announcement came after registered Democratic voters reported receiving personally addressed emails in the name of the Proud Boys armed militia group.

Microsoft attempts takedown of global criminal botnet

“It is very hard to tell how effective it will be but we are confident it will have a very long-lasting effect.”

Heavy shelling and civilian casualties dash hopes for Karabakh ceasefire

One witness said they were woken by a huge blast that levelled an entire square block of one- and two-floor houses in the early hours of the morning, leaving nine apartments destroyed.

Rare spy malware hits diplomats of NGOs from Asia, Europe

Based on the affiliation of the discovered victims, the researchers at cyber security firm Kaspersky were able to determine that the malware campaign known as "MosaicRegressor" was used in a series of targeted attacks.

Space station crew narrows down search zone for air leak

In September last year, NASA and its international partners first saw indications of a slight increase above the standard cabin air leak rate.

Russia’s Navalny in coma in ICU after alleged poisoning

“Looks like Putin is doing really badly — was handed some data on protest sentiment growing explosively — if he made the decision to poison Navalny,” the politician's close ally Vladimir Milov said in a tweet.

Russia has developed ‘first’ coronavirus vaccine: Putin

Speaking at a government meeting Tuesday, Putin said that the vaccine has proven efficient during tests, offering a lasting immunity from the coronavirus.

Nearly 78% of Russian voters back constitutional reforms

With all the ballots counted, 77.9 per cent voted for the reform package and 21.3 per cent against, the BBC quoted the electoral commission as saying.

Russian fighters intercept US reconnaissance plane over Black Sea

"On July 1, 2020, on-duty air defence units of the Southern Military District timely detected a US Air Force reconnaissance plane over the Black Sea and sent Russian fighters to escort it," the ministry's Zvezda broadcasting service said on Wednesday

Macron, Putin have ‘in-depth substantial exchange’

Friday's exchange made it possible for both sides to review the dialogue of confidence and security launched by the two countries a year ago during Putin's visit to France, Xinhua news agency quoted the Elysee as saying in a statement.

Putin hasn’t ruled out running for new presidential term

"I have not made any decision so far. I'm not ruling out that I will stand for (election) if this emerges in the Constitution. We'll see," TASS News Agency quoted the President as saying in a TV interview aired on Sunday.

Trump announces intent to nominate Indian-American as his envoy to Ethiopia

Washington: US President Donald Trump on Monday announced his intent to nominate Indian-American Geeta Pasi as his envoy to Ethiopia. Pasi, 58, is currently the...

Putin makes first public appearance in weeks of lockdown

He used the Russia Day holiday to promote a controversial reform of the constitution which could keep him in office until 2036, the BBC reported.

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