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Indian PM shuts Weibo account after banning Chinese apps
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has deleted his account on Sina Weibo, China’s answer to Twitter, an Indian government source and the company said, as tensions between the two countries continue to simmer over a border skirmish. Since posting on Sina Weibo the first time in 2...
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Kaduna: The benefits of reforms
The rampaging COVID-19 pandemic for obvious reasons has dominated the entire media outlets, pushing  other major developments expectedly  to the background. It’s  only natural that other events will suffer news black out  considering that it has continued to knock off people at w...
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Potential fireworks shortage as America celebrates 4th of July holiday
Fireworks may soon be hard to find on shelves in the United States, thanks to sizzling sales fueled by bored Americans emerging from coronavirus lockdowns. Owners of fireworks companies and industry leaders told CNN stocks are rapidly diminishing after the demand for sparklers an...
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Crude Oil Steady Above $40 as Market Shrugs off Saudi Threat
Crude oil prices held above $40 a barrel in early trade in New York on Thursday as the market shrugged off a report saying that Saudi Arabia had threatened its OPEC partners with another price war if they don’t comply with the most recent agreement on output restraint.
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