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Trump bans Venezuela’s cryptocurrency Petro in the US

President Trump has announced a trading ban centered on Venezuela’s state-owned cryptocurrency, the Petro. On Monday, the US government released the details of a new executive order signed by US President Donald Trump which lists sanctions currently active against Venezuela. The trade of cryptocurrency assets, including digital coins, is now included in the financial sanctions, set in place by the ...

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Why eating onion and garlic is prohibited during Navratri—Details inside

New Delhi: The auspicious occasion of Chaitra Navratri is here and the entire nation is gripped in the festive fervour. Navratri or Navratra, is a nine-day long festival of goddess Durga and is celebrated four times a year. However, the most common and widely celebrated Navratri happens to be Sharada Navratri (September-October) and Chaitra Navratri (March-April) respectively. Now, during the ...

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How Danai Gurira Juggles Her Marvel Roles With The Walking Dead

Needless to say, the following contains spoilers for Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War. Stop reading now if you’d like to go into the upcoming blockbuster knowing next to nothing. Some actors are lucky enough to be juggling multiple film franchises, whether its Chris Pratt (Jurassic World, Guardians of the Galaxy) or Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man, Sherlock Holmes). Danai ...

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Neil Wagner ready to put friendship with Alastair Cook on hold

Alastair Cook’s friendly reunion with New Zealand seamer Neil Wagner will have to be put on hold when the serious business of the first Test starts in Auckland. England’s national record run-scorer has already had a few convivial chats with his Essex team-mate, about county championship-winning days together at Chelmsford et al. But feisty left-armer Wagner has a job to ...

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Ben Affleck And Oscar Isaac Are Teaming Up For A Netflix Movie

Sometimes it only takes a few years for a movie to go from just an idea to a full-blown reality, and other times it takes a lot longer for that transition to happen. One movies that’s spent years in development hell is the drug thriller Triple Frontier, which has gone through numerous directors and actors. However, it finally looks like ...

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IBM’s cloud strategy revolves around multi-cloud support, grabbing new workloads

IBM CEO Ginny Rometty will outline the company’s multi-cloud strategy and architecture as the company aims to be the bridge between the data center and private and public clouds and grab new workloads that revolve around artificial intelligence, blockchain and quantum computing. At IBM’s THINK conference in Las Vegas, IBM is outlining a series of tools, services and technologies to ...

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