Social media key to rising youth violence, experts warn

Social media has been singled out as a key issue amid rising teen violence in the capital. Experts say disagreements are exacerbated when broadcast online, and the amount of violent content has helped normalize the aggression. It comes as the fatal stabbing of a 15-year-old boy in Croydon, south London …

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MARKET REPORT: FTSE 100 slips but is set for best year since 2009

The FTSE 100 is on track for its best year in more than a decade despite a slow trading end yesterday. The blue chip index closed down 17.68 points at 7,403.01 after a strong rally in recent days. The Footsie now reaches 14.6% in 2021, which puts it on track …

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Rupee registers highest one-day recovery after 31 session hiatus

– AFP / File The Pakistani rupee appreciates around 0.41% to settle at Rs177.51. “This is the highest recovery after 31 sessions,” reports AHL. The rupee has depreciated 12.67% since July 1, 2021. KARACHI: The Pakistani rupee rebounded on Thursday, recovering sharply to Rs 177.51 against the US dollar in …

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Soon Bill Releases State Temples From Government Control, Says Karnataka CM Bommai | Latest India News

Karnataka’s Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said on Wednesday that the government plans to introduce a new bill to free the state’s Hindu temples and religious institutions from government control. He announced it during the BJP state executive meeting in Hubli. {{^ userSubscribe}} {{/ userSubscribe}} “Hindu temples are subject to different …

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Lanka prepares an agreement on an oil park with India; Wang to travel to Colombo after spitting, and may offer sweeteners

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will visit Sri Lanka next week amid a crippling economic crisis that has seen Colombo look to Delhi for help and swiftly execute the long-delayed India-Sri Lanka plan to the joint development of the Trincomalee petroleum reservoir farm. Wang Yi’s two-day visit, expected between Jan. …

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Auditor General asks agriculture ministry to spend 3.8 billion naira on suspended RUGA

Abuja – The Federation’s Auditor General’s Office questioned the Federal Ministry of Agriculture for spending a total of 3.809 billion naira on the rural grazing areas program suspended without presidential approval or Assembly credit national. The petition is one of eight audit requests against the ministry in the Federation Auditor …

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“Indians will be able to receive money from abroad using UPI”

NPCI International Payment Ltd (NIPL) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Western Union to enable real-time payment to a bank account in India. NIPL is the international payments arm of the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) which was launched last year with the aim of exporting NPCI’s locally …

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CM awards development grant to Kanyakumari and Pudukottai temples | Trichy news

Trichy: Chief Minister MP Stalin on Monday handed over the enhanced administrative and development grant to temples governed by the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment (HR&CE) department in Kanyakumari and Pudukottai districts of Chennai. Suseenthiram – Kanyakumari Devasthanam Co-Commissioner R Gnanasekar received a check for Rs 6 crore while Pudukottai …

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ICICI Securities, India’s # 1 Manager to Lead Equity Trading Rankings

ICICI Securities Ltd. became the first Indian leader to top the investment banking deal tables in a record year for early offerings. Axis Bank Ltd. retains first place for debt since 2007. For both equity and debt combined, the two Indian companies rank in the top five. The rest were …

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