On February 24, the US President will jointly inaugurate the new venue with PM Narendra Modi, a space touted to be the world's largest cricket stadium, as part of his visit to India
Production of Airbus' A320 jets—the main competitor to the 737 Max and the bulk of Airbus' commercial business—is months behind schedule because of slowdowns at some of its European factories
Some of the most fascinating topics covered this week are: Sports-Tech (How the Nike Vaporfly war was lost), Society (Scandals catch up to private Chinese hospitals, after fortunes are made), Technology (Test for machine consciousness has an audience problem), Behavioral Psychology (Why we are not living in a post‑truth era) and Lifestyle (Everything you know about obesity is wrong; Chemical toxicity is affecting fertility rates).
Treasury chief Sajid Javid abruptly resigned on a difficult day for Prime Minister Boris Johnson. While there had been tension between 10 Downing St. and Javid's Treasury, no one predicted that he would lose his job in a reshuffle that was expected to be relatively modest
Sunak, 39, is married to Murthy's daughter Akshata and was chief secretary to the treasury in the UK government
A startup called Voatz says it has developed an app that would allow users to vote securely from anywhere in the world—but where optimists see a more engaged electorate, critics are warning that the move is dangerously irresponsible
The cruise lines have faced crises before, but COVID-19, as the virus has been named, whose ultimate worldwide spread is still to be seen, could be its biggest challenge yet