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An Indian court has directed consumer goods maker Emami Ltd to give bigger rival Hindustan Unilever Ltd seven days notice before initiating legal proceedings over the 'Glow & Handsome' trademark, according to a July 6 order

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Scouts in Kenya armed with a smartphone app are on the hunt for locusts to quickly respond to the threat of swarms. Read more here:

U.S. Supreme Court justices unanimously rejected the idea that electors, who act on behalf of a state in the Electoral College vote, can exercise discretion in the candidate they back. Read more here:

WATCH: Vacationers practiced social distancing at Jersey Shore after the beach was reopened

WATCH: Shares in Amazon topped the $3,000 mark for the first time, helping U.S. stocks rally across the board and the Nasdaq logging another record high

WATCH: Uber announced the acquisition of food-delivery rival Postmates for $2.65 billion. Uber’s original plan to acquire GrubHub ultimately fell apart on antitrust concerns

WATCH: 'Tuna Scope,' an AI system developed by Japanese firm Dentsu, aims to make sure your sashimi is always delicious

Palm oil demand in India, the world’s top edible oil importer, is set to plunge this year as coronavirus lockdowns slash food service sector demand and households opt for alternatives at the supermarket

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WATCH: In a big win for the Native American tribes and green groups, a U.S. court ordered the shutdown of the Dakota Access oil pipeline over concerns about its potential environmental impact

WATCH: Fashion giant Dior unveiled their new collection of tiny couture dresses, all fitted to miniature mannequins

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At his first news conference in India, PM Modi declines questions

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Nepal picks up four bodies, 11 tonnes of garbage in Everest clean-up

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Citizenship law demonstrators clash in Delhi with Trump due

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JUST IN: U.N. human rights office voices concern that India's new citizenship law is "fundamentally discriminatory in nature"

EXCLUSIVE: Disney CEO Bob Iger tells @Reuters  it would be ‘very difficult’ for the media company to keep filming in Georgia if a new abortion law takes effect because many people will not want to work in the state

California accuses Cisco of job discrimination based on Indian employee's caste

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