Man killed, six assistants injured in clashes over “cattle smuggling” | Agra News

Agra: A suspected cattle smuggler, Sher Khan, was shot dead and six of his associates were injured on Friday in a clash with residents of Tumola village in Mathura, under Kosi Kalan police lines. The incident occurred when the suspects allegedly transported six cows to Mewat. However, one of them …

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Opinion: Republicans must engage in climate policy. here’s how

Climate policy needs Republican commitment. Conservation and stewardship of the natural environment are core Republican values, but for too long we’ve left these matters to others. We all care about clean air and clean water. We all care about leaving the earth better than we have found it. But most …

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#BTColumn – TRIPS and Health Review

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by this author are their own and do not represent the official position of Barbados Today Inc. by Tara Leevy Over the past decade, global health issues and questions relating to the impact of international trade on global health have taken center stage. The …

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May jobs signal a mixed bag for the housing industry

Total non-farm payroll employment increased by 559,000 in May, below the rate forecast by economists of 675,000 new jobs. According to US Bureau of Labor StatisticsUnemployment now stands at 5.8%, about 30 basis points lower than in April and now at its lowest rate since the start of the pandemic. …

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Recent horror films offer a slight escape from the woes of the pandemic

You would think it was Halloween instead of summer with all the horror / thriller movies populating the local theaters. Perhaps it was a backlog of unreleased films when Covid-19 closed theaters and made distributors eager to release new films? “The Unholy” still haunts local theaters after his reverence in …

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Black market exceeds green targets for air conditioners and refrigerators in Europe

BRUSSELS — America’s corporate giants are so hard hit by a wave of European contraband that even the White House has weighed in. The problem was evident at the Romanian border in March, when authorities acting on a tip stopped a truck from Turkey carrying nine tons of dangerous contraband. …

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Newly coerced Hong Kong tries to remember Tiananmen massacre

HONG KONG – They were forbidden to hold their usual commemoration, but that didn’t mean they wouldn’t remember it. They gathered in line to watch a play on the massacre of pro-democracy protesters in Beijing on June 4, 1989. They prowled bookstores looking for protest-themed postcards hidden in piles. They …

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U.S. tech stocks lead Wall Street down

US stocks came under pressure on Thursday as investors digested a new investment ban from the Biden administration, new economic data pointing to a strengthening labor market and prospects the Federal Reserve may begin to consider scaling back its political support as inflationary pressures intensify. The tech-rich Nasdaq Composite led …

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Let’s deal a big blow to the big pharmaceutical companies

Over twenty years ago, when I was the press secretary for then-MP Bernie Sanders, I took a bus with him and a group of old people looking for low-cost prescription drugs. prices in Canadian pharmacies. The trips were part of our attempt to projector the pharmaceutical industry charging American consumers …

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