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  5. India to support Sri Lanka boost its defence, security TNN & Agencies | Sep 27, 2020, 03:57 IST NEW DELHI: Kicking off the first virtual bilateral summit in the neighbourhood, India and Sri Lanka sought to advance defence and security cooperation, while India promised to consider Colombo’s request for delayed debt repayment and a $1 billion currency swaparrangement. PM Modi met his Lankan counterpart Mahinda Rajapaksa virtually on Saturday morning. According to an official readout of the summit by MEA joint secretary (Indian Ocean Region) Amit Narang, PM Modi emphasise
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  7. Amy Coney Barrett: Who is Trump's Supreme Court pick? - BBC News Reuters Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to the US Supreme Court comes as little surprise. The long-term academic, appeals court judge and mother of seven was the hot favourite for the Supreme Court seat. Donald Trump - who as sitting president gets to select nominees - reportedly once said he was "saving her" for this moment: when elderly Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died and a vacancy on the nine-member court arose. It took the president just over a week to fast-track the 48-year-old conservative intellectual
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  9. Singapore in world first for facial verification A woman absorbed by her mobile phone in front of the Singapore skyline Singapore will be the first country in the world to use facial verification in its national identity scheme. The biometric check will give Singaporeans secure access to both private and government services. The government's technology agency says it will be "fundamental" to the country's digital economy. It has been trialled with a bank and is now being rolled out nationwide. It not only identifies a person but ensures they are genuinely present. "
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  13. 'One day everyone will use China's digital currency' Chandler Guo Chandler Guo at one of his cryptocurrency mines Chandler Guo was a pioneer in cryptocurrency, the digital currencies that can be created and used independently of national central banks and governments. In 2014 he set up an operation to produce one of those currencies, Bitcoin, in a secret location in western China. "Mining" Bitcoin is a power hungry enterprise involving dozens of computers so he used power from a hydroelectric station, in partnership with a local Chinese government official. At its peak hi
  14. SP Balasubrahmanyam: Legendary Indian singer dies 2 hours ago G VENKET RAM Renowned Indian singer SP Balasubrahmanyam, a Guinness world record holder for his more than 40,000 songs over 50 years, has died aged 74. From romantic hits to popular dance tracks, he sang some of Indian cinema's best-known numbers, spanning 16 languages. Balasubrahmanyam died on Friday after spending days in intensive care following a Covid-19 diagnosis. Tributes have been pouring in on social media from celebrities and fans alike. Balasubrahmanyam
  15. How much gold is there left to mine in the world? Business reporter, BBC News Getty Images The Covid-19 pandemic has increased interest in investing in gold Last month the price of gold hit a record high, pushing above $2,000 (£1,575) an ounce. While this price rise was driven by gold traders, it begs the question about the supply of the precious metal, and when it will eventually run out. Gold is in hot demand as an investment, a status symbol, and a key component in many electronic products. But it's also a finite resource, and there will eventually come a stage wh
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