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Communist-led North Korea, which throughout the pandemic has claimed very dubiously that it has no cases of Covid, has now shown a rare sign of distress. Kim Jong-un, his dictator, blamed senior party officials for failures that caused a Covid-19-related “serious incident” that threatened public safety, state media reported. Newsletter | Click for the best …

CBDCs are a special form of digital currency supported by governments and are legal tender They already exist in a few small territories but China and Sweden are ahead in the race to introduce them. Wholesale CBDCs are still experimental, but could help improve the efficiency of both capital market settlement and cross-border payments Their …

In 2014, Narendra Modi stormed the national and international scene as a rock star. One of the first decisions of the nationalist government of the BJP was to adopt a leonine mark containing four lions of Emperor Ashoka symbolizing strength, courage, pride and confidence. India, the elephant, now wanted to become a lion and was …

Mr Hancock apologized after images emerged of him kissing a close associate he named in his office at the Department of Health and Welfare (DHSC). Labor said his position had become “hopelessly untenable” and demanded that he be sacked if he was not prepared not to resign voluntarily. However, a Downing Street spokesperson said Mr …

In the days following the onset of the most recent Covid-19 outbreak in Sydney, residents of the New South Wales capital heard the terms “Greater Sydney” and “Metropolitan Sydney” often used by locals. authorities regarding the new travel rules and limits. While most of the restrictions announced earlier this week – including mandatory mask wear, …

NEW DELHI: The government intends to impose a new clause in the e-commerce rules to ensure a “level playing field” between Indian and foreign products and services. The draft rules, released Monday for public comment, proposed that e-merchants identify products by country of origin at the pre-purchase stage and suggest alternatives to ensure “a fair …

The Ministry of Education has started its negotiated rule-making process Monday taking the first of three days of public hearings, with commentators discussing topics for federal student aid regulations that the ministry plans to review. The Department comments solicited on 14 topics for possible regulation, including defending the borrower against repayment; public service loan forgiveness; …

The government has solicited public comments on the Cinematograph (Amendment) Bill 2021, which will allow for broader age classification, allow the Center to process complaints and seek recertification of a film, and will also penalize piracy. The changes, for which the Center requested comments by July 2, propose an age rating system similar to that …

The NHS Borders President and CEO have warned of complacency after news that the health council is showing “financial progress”. Last week it was revealed that NHS Borders had moved to Stage 3 of the Scottish Government’s performance escalation framework. Posted on June 10, NHS Borders is one of six health boards that are currently …

Here is an abridged version of President Ronald Reagan’s 1964 televised speech, “A Time for Choose”. I felt that today’s readers and their offspring might find some relevance in what our future President said to the nation during GOP Senator Barry Goldwater’s unsuccessful presidential campaign. (Google the full 4,509 word version). “I have spent most …