The Kazakhstan government has started to intercept all HTTPS traffic from all devices within its borders effective July 17, reports ZDNet. Local internet service providers (ISPs) …

The Kazakhstan government has started to intercept all HTTPS traffic from all devices within its borders effective July 17, reports ZDNet. Local internet service providers (ISPs) have been instructed by the government to force their citizens to install a state-authorized certificate on all devices, and all browsers. This certificate allows the Kazakhstan government to decrypt […]

Every week, the Telegraph’s Property Doctors bring expertise on renovations and DIY, interiors, buying and selling, lettings, legal issues and taxes – addressing three topics.

Every week, the Telegraphs Property Doctors bring expertise on renovations and DIY, interiors, buying and selling, lettings, legal issues and taxes addressing three topics. Send your questions to propertydoctors@telegraph.co.uk   Legal issues Q A neighbouring landowner has planted trees 7ft (2.1m) from my boundary. The trees have the potential to reach about 40ft in height […]

Fifty years ago, Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon.

Before Armstrong and Aldrin deployed a small array of scientific instruments, there were two other ceremonial duties to perform. The first was the erection of the American flag, which had been outfitted with a simple metallic support to fully display it in the windless lunar environment. The second was a live telephone call from President […]

Significant conflicts have emerged in the Irish Greyhound Board’s attitude towards a critical internal report which warned the industry’s future was threatened by over-breeding and the mass culling of greyhounds.

Significant conflicts have emerged in the Irish Greyhound Board’s attitude towards a critical internal report which warned the industry’s future was threatened by over-breeding and the mass culling of greyhounds. In the past week, the Irish Greyhound Board has publicly dismissed aspects of a business analysis it commissioned from consultants Preferred Results Ltd, the contents […]

The Iranian Ambassador to Ireland has called on the Irish Government to intervene in a diplomatic row between the United States and the Islamic Republic on sanctions.

The Iranian Ambassador to Ireland has called on the Irish Government to intervene in a diplomatic row between the United States and the Islamic Republic on sanctions.  Speaking to RTÉ News, Ambassador Masoud Eslami said that Ireland has the reputation and neutrality to “initiate diplomatic initiatives” to help de-escalate tensions in the region. He also […]

The Centre will introduce a Bill to amend the Right to Information Act, 2005 in the Lok Sabha today.The Bill proposes to give the Centre the power to set the tenure and salaries of state and central I

The Centre will introduce a Bill to amend the Right to Information Act, 2005 in the Lok Sabha today. The Bill proposes to give the Centre the power to set the tenure and salaries of state and central Information Commissioners. However, critics warn that such a move could dilute the effectiveness of the RTI Act and threaten […]

The second episode of Netflix’s ‘Behind the Scenes: Stranger Things 3’ podcast reveals new information about characters Robin, Erica, and Hopper.

It’s been over two weeks since Stranger Things season 3 hit Netflix. That’s two weeks for us to obsess over Chief Hopper’s (David Harbour) “death” (or kidnapping), idolize new character Robin (Maya Hawke), and quote all of Erica’s (Priah Ferguson) memorable lines. And thanks to Netflix’s Stranger Things podcast, Behind the Scenes: Stranger Things 3, we […]