China’s new vice president has reputation as ‘Mr Fix-it’

China’s new vice president has reputation as ‘Mr Fix-it’

China, March 17 6 Qishan is known as China’s “Mr. Fix-It,” a trustworthy official deployed to tackle the thorniest of crises — from crumbling banks to deadly illness to high-level corruption. Those who’ve met him describe him as bold and probing, a problem solver who enjoys philosophical debates and has a “wicked sense of humor.”

Facebook suspends SCL, Trump-linked data analysis firm for policy violation

Washington, March 17 Facebook has suspended Strategic Communication Laboratories (SCL), along with its political data analytics firm Cambridge Analytica, for violating its policies and commitments.The companies ran data operations for Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential election campaign. According to The Verge, the companies are widely credited with helping Trump more effectively target voters on Facebook than

Donald Trump’s Attorney Accuses Stormy Daniels Of Violating Nondisclosure Agreement 20 Times

Washington, March 17 Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, claims he has the right to seek at least $20 million in damages from porn star Stormy Daniels for allegedly violating a nondisclosure agreement 20 times. A lawyer for Cohen’s limited liability corporation, Essential Consultants, made the claim in papers filed in federal court Friday.

White House chief John Kelly tells staff their jobs safe for now

Japan, March 17 With whispers of a staffing purge permeating the West Wing, the White House pushed back Friday and insisted that reports of tumult and imminent departures are overblown. Chief of staff John Kelly, himself the subject of rumours that his days are numbered, assured a group of staffers their jobs were safe, at

US chides Pakistan, seeks ‘real action’ on Taliban, Haqqani terrorists

Washington, March 17 The United States Administration of President Donald Trump has chided Pakistan for not taking significant steps to clamp down on the Afghan Taliban and the Haqqani network militant groups despite repeated warnings from the White House. A senior US administration official said that the White House is now seeking some ”real action”