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China's President Xi proposes rail network across South America

Jul 17, 2014

China's President Xi proposes rail network across South America

China's President Xi Jinping has offered to build a railway network across South America, considered the backyard of the US. #World #China #BRICs #TheySaidIt #Beijing #South America #Xi Jinping #Railway #Chinese president #rail network
Cartoon Network's show creator quits over assault accusations

Jul 04, 2014

Cartoon Network's show creator quits over assault accusations

Creator of Cartoon Network's series Clarence, Skyler Page, has quit amid allegation of assault against him by a worker. #Cartoon Network #Clarence #Skyler Page
Full text: Rajdeep Sardesai's farewell letter to IBN network

Jul 04, 2014

Full text: Rajdeep Sardesai's farewell letter to IBN network

Editor-in-chief of the IBN Network Rajdeep Sardesai resigned from his post today. In his resignation letter Sardesai thanked his colleagues and encouraged people to take up journalism. Here's a full text of the letter. #Rajdeep Sardesai #CNN-IBN #Network18 #IBN 7 #Rajdeep Sardesai quits IBN Network #Journalism in India #IBN Lokmat
BSE resumes trading after technical glitch due to network outage

Jul 03, 2014

BSE resumes trading after technical glitch due to network outage

After a halt of over three hours due to a network outage, the Bombay Stock Exchange resumed share trading with another pre-open session on Thursday. #Sensex #Bombay Stock Exchange #India #NewsTracker #Mumbai #BSE #technical glitch #network outage #pre-open session
Defiant Al Jazeera faces conservative backlash after Arab Spring

Jul 03, 2014

Defiant Al Jazeera faces conservative backlash after Arab Spring

DOHA (Reuters) - Al Jazeera, the Qatari-funded television station whose reporting of the 2011 Arab Spring uprisings won it millions of viewers in the Middle East, is defiant following a backlash by Arab governments that accuse it of supporting Islamists. On June 23, three Al Jazeera journalists were sentenced by an Egyptian court for up to 10 years in jail for aiding a "terrorist organisation" - a reference to the Muslim Brotherhood that helped sweep Hosni Mubarak from power in 2011 only to be ousted itself last year in an army-backed coup. The ruling reflected the misfortunes of the Muslim Brotherhood - in retreat across much of the Middle East after the Arab Spring turned into sectarian war - and was equally a blow to Al Jazeera and its patron Qatar #facebook #India #France #Arabic #Middle East #Russia #Argentina #United Kingdom #Mexico #Muslim #opinion #network

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Two faced Pakistan exposes itself in the US

Sep 23, 2012

Two faced Pakistan exposes itself in the US

The two faces of Pakistan were on stark display last week, one with a good make over showing signs of a somewhat healthy diet and the other darkened with twisted logic spouting old falsehoods. #HowThisWorks #Pakistan #ISI #Hina Rabbani Khar #Haqqani network #Innocence of Muslims #General Eshan ul-Haq
What security? Costs of KYC outweigh the benefits

May 17, 2012

What security? Costs of KYC outweigh the benefits

We in India have given up even an attempt at protecting civil liberties from an encroaching state that wants to know a lot about us. #Money laundering #KYC #Security #Open wifi networks

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What security? Costs of KYC outweigh the benefits

Jul 28, 2014

Piper Perabo of 'Covert Affairs' marries Stephen Kay

"Covert Affairs" star Piper Perabo has married beau Stephen Kay, a director and executive producer on the USA Network series... #USA Network #Piper Perabo
What security? Costs of KYC outweigh the benefits

Jul 28, 2014

Chinese users tire of older social networking sites

Social networking sites in China that are modeled on Facebook are having a hard time holding on to users, with customers like Beijing resident Shi Yunfeng, drifting away to newer services. “The user activity has been declining,” the 29-year-old said ... #China #Beijing #Facebook
What security? Costs of KYC outweigh the benefits

Jul 28, 2014

The Top 5 Most Brutal Cyber Attacks Of 2014 So Far

In 2014, cyber attacks and data breaches don’t look like they’re going to slow down. We’ve seen high-end data breaches of large companies, with data, personal records and financial information stolen and sold on the black market in a matter of days. ... #China #Akamai Technologies, Inc.
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