Date archive forFebruary 13th, 2018
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Boushie family promised 'concrete changes' in meetings with Trudeau, ministers

Colten Boushie’s family says they believe the Liberal government will go the distance to change what they see as systemic problems with Canada’s justice system in the simmering aftermath of his shooting More...

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On what do India’s ultra rich spend?

UHNIs allocated 16% of their income to leisure and ad-hoc expenditure, at least 65% of respondents said they had increased their allocation to this category, says a Kotak Wealth Management report Powered by WPeMatico  More...

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Men's Olympic hockey gold is anybody's game

The absence of players from the National Hockey League has created an Olympic men’s hockey tournament that is wide open. Powered by WPeMatico  More...

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‘I’m not involved in any of those decisions,’ EPA’s Pruitt says of extensive first-class travel

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt on Tuesday attributed his habit of taking taxpayer-funded, first-class flights to his personal security detail and chief of staff, saying he More...

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NSEL case: Sebi to probe regulatory aspects relating to 5 brokers

Sebi whole-time member named in-charge of the NSEL probe against the five brokers, another to look into admin aspects such as whether the brokers should continue to hold commodity broking licence Powered by WPeMatico  More...

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Boushie aftermath points to need for justice system reform, says Wilson-Raybould

Concerns raised in the aftermath of a not-guilty verdict in Colten Boushie’s shooting death highlight the need to reform the justice system, says Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould. Powered by WPeMatico  More...

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EU to 'ASSESS' bitcoin amid fears of pricing bubble

THE European Union is to “assess” bitcoin and cryptocurrencies as the bloc’s banking securities and insurance watchdogs warned of a “pricing bubble”. Simply The Best 7 Days A Week Powered More...

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Canada's Kim Boutin receives death threats after winning short-track bronze

Short track speed skater Kim Boutin, who bronze in the 500-metre event Tuesday at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, has received death threats on social media from angry supporters of a disqualified South Korean More...

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Dubai finds solution to bitcoin hacking – the most protected vault in the world

BITCOIN hacking has forced cryptocurrency investors to investigate new ways to protect the digital tokens following a series of hacks and cyber attacks. Simply The Best 7 Days A Week Powered by WPeMatico  More...

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Ex-US security advisor warns North Korea could use cryptocurrency as a WEAPON

CRYPTOCURRENCY could be used as a weapon by North Korea and Iran to “undermine global financial systems”, a former security advisor to ex-US President George W. Bush has warned. Simply The Best 7 More...