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Sep 29, 2017
Websites selling bitcoins also arrange private transactions between buyers and sellersLocalBitcoins.com is a popular website through which buyers and sellers advertise bitcoins, setting their own prices and conducting trades privately.
Jul 25, 2017
India's first individual Olympic medallist Khashaba Jadhav's bronze up for auction by familyThe family of Khashaba Jadhav, who won India's first individual Olympic medal, has put it up for auction to garner funds for building a wrestling academy named after him.
Jul 25, 2017
Family of Khashaba Dadasaheb Jadhav, India's first individual Olympic medallist, threatens to auction medalThe family of Khashaba Dadasaheb Jadhav threatened to auction off India's first individual Olympic bronze medal to finance a wrestling academy the state had long promised to fund.
Dec 04, 2016
Finland Shooting: Mayor, two journalists shot dead in Helsinki; one suspect arrestedThe chairwoman of Imatra Town Council and two local reporters, all women, were gunned down in a pedestrian area outside a restaurant in Helsinki, Finland
Aug 24, 2016
Finland cracking down on Uber drivers without taxi permitsFinnish police are cracking down on Uber drivers caught operating without a taxi driver's licence by issuing fines and confiscating earnings via the courts.
Aug 06, 2016
Olympic humour: A history of all that was funny, hilarious and absurd at the GamesThe Olympic Games aren't just all about serious sporting endeavour. Interspersed in its history are moments of absolute hilarity!
May 25, 2016
Internet addiction, school burnout intertwined: StudyExcessive internet use is likely to contribute to the development of school burnout, which may, in turn, increase digital addiction in adolescents, new research reveals.
Feb 18, 2016
#TIL Thursdays: Asteroids that are hazardous to life on Earth are destroyed far away from Sun, says studyNear-Earth objects (NEOs)- asteroids and comets that may pose a hazard to life on Earth — are destroyed very far from the Sun rather than ending their existence in a dramatic plunge into the solar body, a new study suggests.
Dec 09, 2015
A novel photo-op: Croatia rights chief's trousers drop while posing for picture with presidentCroatian Helsinki Committee president Ivan Zvonimir Cicak's trousers suddenly slipped to his ankles while he was posing in the front row of a group photo along with Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic
Jun 11, 2014
Poland wins 1st world computer coding championshipArray