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FDA gives permission to Gentek Life Sciences to manufacture Amphotericin B injection in Wardha        England coach Silverwood to take break during SL, Pakistan ODI series        Shubman Gill receives first jab of COVID-19 vaccine        UN calls for de-escalation of Israel,Palestine conflict        Hamas turned residential areas in Gaza Strip into military strongholds: Israel Military        Cyclone Tauktae: Indian Coast Guard rescues three stranded fishermen off Kannur        PIL in SC seeking directions to use PM Cares fund for Covid vaccines, O2 plants        Cyclone Tauktae: PM Modi asks officials to pay special attention to Covid hospitals, vaccine cold chain & power back-up        Wipro Ltd appoints Tulsi Naidu to its board as an Independent Director        Bata India appoints Gunjan Shah as the new CEO        Daryl Mitchell, Glenn Phillips earn first NZC central contracts        Training in bio-bubble has brought team closer: Gurjant Singh        Twelve dead in Afghanistan Mosque blast        KP Oli takes oath as Nepal PM; to prove majority within 30 days        Japan to send USD 18.5 Mln worth COVID-19 aid to India        Plea in SC seeks cancellation of CBSE, ICSE class 12 Exams        Monsoon likely to reach Kerala on May 31: IMD        PM releases 8th instalment of financial benefit under PM-KISAN        Women''s head coach: Incumbent Raman, ex-coach Powar appear for interview        Independent panel recommends voluntary licensing and tech transfer for producing COVID-19 vaccines        
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Business News
US sanctions Chinese computer makers in widening tech fight
 
Beijing: The Biden administration has added seven Chinese supercomputer research labs and manufacturers to a US export blacklist in a spreading conflict with Beijing over technology and security.

The measure announced Thursday is the latest sign President Joe Biden is sticking to the tough line taken by his predecessor, Donald Trump, toward Chinese tech industries seen by Washington as potential threats.

The decision adds to mounting conflict over the ruling Communist Party's industrial plans, access to American technology and accusations of computer attacks and theft of business secrets.

The latest penalties block access to US technology for researchers and manufacturers the Commerce Department said build supercomputers used by the Chinese military in weapons development.

Biden has said he wants better relations with Beijing but has given no indication he will roll back sanctions imposed by Trump on Chinese telecom equipment giant Huawei and other companies.

The Communist Party has responded by declaring that accelerating efforts to transform China into a self-reliant technology power will be this year's top economic priority.

Chinese-designed supercomputers have set records for speed but are assembled from US-supplied processor chips and other hardware. They can be used in weapons development by simulating nuclear explosions and the aerodynamics of high-speed or stealth aircraft and missiles.

The latest US penalties affect National Supercomputing Centers in the cities of Jinan, Shenzhen, Wuxi and Zhengzhou, Tianjin Phytium Information Technology, Shanghai High-Performance Integrated Circuit Design Center and Sunway Microelectronics.

Meanwhile, American telecom regulators are in the process of stripping three Chinese phone carriers of the right to operate in the United States.

Trump also tried to force the Chinese owner of video service TikTok to sell its US unit and issued an order barring Americans from investing in securities of companies deemed by the Pentagon to be linked to China's military.


FDA gives permission to Gentek Life Sciences to manufacture Amphotericin B injection in Wardha
Wipro Ltd appoints Tulsi Naidu to its board as an Independent Director
Bata India appoints Gunjan Shah as the new CEO
Independent panel recommends voluntary licensing and tech transfer for producing COVID-19 vaccines
India projected to grow at 10.1% in 2022 but outlook for 2021 highly fragile: UN
Sensex surges over 350 pts in early trade; Nifty tops 14,900
Rupee rises 18 paise to 73.60 against US dollar in early trade
Petrol at Rs 102-mark in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh after 4th straight day of price hike
Petrol price hiked by 25 paise, diesel by 30 paise
Will try to keep soft interest rate regime as long as possible: SBI chief
S Premkumar is new Head of Canara Bank in Kerala, Lakshadweep
India''s GDP to grow at 11pc this fiscal; second wave of COVID a worry: ADB
Visakhapatnam: RINL-VSP supplied over 9k tonnes of Liquid Medical Oxygen to states so far
Banks transaction timings rescheduled due to Covid till May 15
Finance Minister speaks to industry leaders, says Centre working with States to manage Covid
Lithium-ion battery maker Lohum to invest up to Rs 250 cr in three years on capacity expansion
My Tirth India' provides services of 'online darshan'
Ashoka University launches YSP, pre-college summer programme, for high school students
Rupee down 32 paise against USD
India has world''s 3rd highest no. of billionaires; Mukesh Ambani dethrones Jack Ma in Asia: Forbes
KERALA NEWS
Kerala wants Centre to provide more vaccines
 Thiruvananthapuram: Amid rising COVID-19 cases in Kerala, the state government on Wednesday urged th  
Kerala woman killed in Palestinian rocket strike in Israel
Kerala poet''s FB account ''suspended'' for posting satire clip on BJP poll defeat
TV journalist Vipin Chandh dies of COVID-19
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
UN calls for de-escalation of Israel,Palestine conflict
 Geneva: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Saturday called for strict respec
Hamas turned residential areas in Gaza Strip into military strongholds: Israel Military
Twelve dead in Afghanistan Mosque blast
KP Oli takes oath as Nepal PM; to prove majority within 30 days
NATIONAL NEWS
Cyclone Tauktae: Indian Coast Guard rescues three stranded fishermen off Kannur
 New Delhi: Indian Coast Guard (ICG) on Saturday said that it has rescued three fishermen stranded in
PIL in SC seeking directions to use PM Cares fund for Covid vaccines, O2 plants
Plea in SC seeks cancellation of CBSE, ICSE class 12 Exams
Monsoon likely to reach Kerala on May 31: IMD
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