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Tuesday, May 11, 2021
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India attacking Twitter’s double standard and politically motivated policies
India says "Twitter is playing with fire" over its failure to comply with a government order to block more than 250 accounts over farmers' rioters.
India is asking Twitter to apply the same standard and policies as they used in USA, by blocking Trump and his supporters to prevent protesters violence against democratically elected government.
But Twitter refuse to apply the same policy in India and actively supports the rioters in India and their violence actions against the Indian Government.
Quote of the Day
Numbers don‘t lie. Politicians do.
Ireland: Former developer charged with stealing and laundering €200,000
A former millionaire developer has been charged with stealing and laundering more than €200,000 as part of a property registration fraud.
Michael Saylor warns investors about DOGE, says BTC is the crypto for ”wise ones”
Michael Saylor, co-founder, and CEO of the business analytics company MicroStrategy believes it is not wise to bequeath the trendy cryptocurrency Dogecoin to your grandchildren....
Your most Googled questions on mental health, answered
This year, to mark Mental Health Awareness Week (May 10-16), Metro.co.uk will shine the spotlight on a range of mental health issues, told by a diverse range of voices.
Mark Cuban: Business Application of ETH Could Blow Up the Price Even Bigger
Billionaire investor and business tycoon Mark Cuban is unveiling a game-changing catalyst that could catapult Ethereum to even greater heights.
Art Has a Money Laundering Problem. NFTs Could Make It Worse
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs), blockchain-based title deeds tied to digital or physical items, have exploded into the art world like an upstart rebel fresh out of art school, teari...
US Authorizes Pfizer / BioNTech Anticovid Vaccine for Children 12-15 Years
Canada on Wednesday became the first country to authorize the use of the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine for this age segment.
Face masks no longer required in classrooms
Face masks will no longer be required in secondary school classrooms in England after 17 May, the Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed.
London Launches $8.4 Million Tourism Campaign As Covid Restrictions Ease
The "Let's Do London" campaign will target day-trippers & overnight visitors to the capital from across the UK amid restrictions on international travel.
Britain's booming property market adds £20,000 to homes in a year
Average house price hits record high of £258,204 in April, 12 months after Covid closed the market
Maternal Wisdom From Maria Grazia Chiuri, the Missonis, And More
These powerhouse, mother-daughter duos share their wisdom on fashion and family.
UK PM Johnson being investigated by standards watchdog over $21,000 Caribbean holiday
The UK Parliament’s standards watchdog has officially launched an investigation over the funding of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Caribbean holiday to determine if he broke the...
Zav Architects Creates an Environmentally-Sensitive Complex on the Island of Hormuz
On Hormuz, off southern Iran, Zav Architects is creating an environmentally-sensitive complex that benefits community and visitors alike.
Young whale trapped in London's River Thames euthanized
A young whale trapped in London's River Thames was euthanized after becoming stranded for a second time on a river embankment Monday evening.
‘Humbled’ Sadiq Khan re-elected as London mayor, giving Labour a victory as party reels from by-election setbacks
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has been re-elected to lead a city rocked by knife crime and controversial Covid-19 lockdowns, giving the Labour Party a victory to celebrate after being...
Recent Hong Kong Court decision on a bank’s liability on its employee’s fraudulent conducts
What happens when a Bank’s customer loses money due to a fraud perpetrated by an employee of the Bank? What, if any, remedies does the defrauded customer have against the Bank?
Covid: 'Miracle' baby born to Newport mum in coma
A woman who was in a coma with Covid while pregnant has told how she woke up the day after her baby was born.
California reports first yearly population decline in state's history, a drop of more than 182,000 people
California's population fell by more than 182,000 people in 2020, marking the first year-over-year loss ever recorded for the nation's most populous state.
Queen Elizabeth to set out UK government's post-pandemic agenda
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth will present Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s post-pandemic agenda on Tuesday in a speech written by the government that will set out the new laws that m...
WATCH: Tiger on the Loose in West Houston Neighborhood
Videos tweeted from a west Houston affluent residential neighborhood show a tiger on the loose. The tiger appears to be owned by one of the people living on the street.
‘Britain’s Got Talent’ star unveils latest art project celebrating foster carers across Wales
Welsh artist Nathan Wyburn wants to shine a light on the work Bridgend County Borough Council’s foster carers do, as the Grand Pavilion, Porthcawl will also light up in orange t...
The Problem Is Facebook
Facebook’s “Supreme Court” might have upheld Donald Trump’s suspension, but that doesn’t make it a real court.
London's centre of intrigue and scandal
As seen in Netflix's Bridgerton, Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens was once at the heart of the capital's nightlife and a centre for scandalous liaisons and secretive assignations.
Fire guts Pornhub CEO’s £11 million mansion
And his Instagram follower commented...
Queen's Speech: What is it and why is it important?
The Queen's Speech, on Tuesday, will allow the government to set out what laws it wants to pass. This could include areas like planning, the environment and social care.
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