Day: June 24, 2022

Politics

RBI extends card tokenisation deadline; merchants get 3 more months

By Shashank Didmishe The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday extended the deadline for merchants to delete the card storage data of their customers under the card-on-file tokenization system by three months till September 30. This is the third time the central bank has extended the timeline for mandatory card tokenization. The RBI first […]

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A note from an editor

This is the first time we’ve done a summer theater and arts issue, and judging by the full-to-bursting content, that’s surprising — especially given how much Chicagoans love getting outdoors in the summer. You can read about some theater and dance programs that specialize in bringing performances to public parks, or, if you prefer indoor […]

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who is he? Details about Clarence Thomas’s son following Anita Hill’s trial testimony

Jamal Adeen Thomas: who is he? Details about Clarence Thomas’s son following Anita Hill’s trial testimony The reason Jamal Adeen, an American actor and television host, is in the spotlight is because his father, Clarence Thomas, is a Supreme Court associate justice. Jamal Adeen Thomas: who is he? Age of Clarence Thomas’s Son Jama Adeen […]

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US corporations react to abortion ruling — RT World News

Major companies vow to cover employees’ travel costs or arrange relocation to another state Multiple American companies, including Disney, Google, Meta, Netflix and many others, have come forward to express their commitment to protect employees’ access to healthcare and reproductive services, in the wake of a US Supreme Court decision on Friday to overturn the […]

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Aries June 25 today’s free daily star sign horoscope by Russell Grant

You will be approached to give your support to a community project. his is a venture that has caused a lot of controversy in the past. If you would rather not get involved, be sure to say so immediately. Try not to respond angrily when an aunt, uncle or grandparent makes comments that seem biassed […]

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Balmoral Hotel’s huge neon sign to be removed Sunday

The distinctive neon sign affixed to the front of Downtown Eastside’s Balmoral Hotel (159 East Hastings Street) will be taken down Sunday (June 26). The announcement on the City of Vancouver website said the decision to remove the sign prior to the building’s planned demolition is “due to the [sign’s] deteriorating condition and risk of […]

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NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Spots Mystery Rocket Impact Site on Moon • The European Times News

Artist’s animation of a rocket booster crashing into the moon. Astronomers discovered a rocket body heading towards a lunar collision late last year. Impact occurred on March 4, 2022, with NASA‘s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) later spotting the resulting crater. Surprisingly the crater is actually two craters, an eastern crater (18-meter diameter, about 19.5 yards) […]

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Paramount Plus: New UK streaming service to rival Netflix, Amazon, Now TV and BBC

A new streaming service that could rival NetflixAmazon, Apple TV and more launched in the UK this week. Paramount Plus will be bringing a host of exciting shows and films to the platform. The streaming service has already been live in the United States for some time, having launched back in 2014 when it was […]

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Billie Eilish explains why she referenced Depp vs Heard trial in new song

Earlier this month, singer Billie Eilish referenced Johnny Depp‘s defamation trial against Amber Heard in an unreleased song that she performed to fans on her UK tour. Now, the 20-year-old singer has explained the inspiration behind the song as the Supreme Court voted to overturn Roe v Wade – the landmark decision that legalized abortion […]

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Alameda County ends short-lived mask mandate, citing improved coronavirus conditions

Three weeks after becoming the first California county to reinstitute a mask mandate in most indoor public settings amid climbing coronavirus cases and hospitalizations, Alameda County has rescinded the order – citing improving conditions. The move, effective at 12:01 am Saturday, coincides as the San Francisco Bay Area’s second most populous county progresses from the […]

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