September 28, 2020

What people eat for breakfast

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What people eat for breakfast in 25 countries around the world By Sarah Schmalbruch, INSIDER From Business Insider Breakfast has long been called the most important meal of the day, as it gives us energy to make it through the morning. But not all countries start their day with the same kind of food. Inspired […]

Silence over Kashmir in the Caribbean, as India seeks the support of OIC states in CARICOM

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By Ray Chickrie From Caribbean News Now Kashmir, a disputed territory, claimed by both India and Pakistan, has never been a foreign policy issue for the Caribbean Community (CARICOM). Guyana is an exception; it has in the past issued statements on Kashmir at the United Nations and at the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). Guyana, […]

International cricket changes on top of WICB agenda

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From Caribbean News Now ST JOHN’S, Antigua — Cricket and its place in the Summer Olympic Games, Test Cricket for four days, Two-tier system for Test playing nations and Women’s Cricket in the 2022 Commonwealth Games are just some of the topics to be discussed at the next meeting of the board of directors of […]

India record biggest Test series win on Caribbean soil but lose No. 1 spot to Pakistan

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From dna India Rain gods spoiled India’s party at the top of ICC Test rankings. Indian cricket team on Monday recorded their biggest Test series win on the Caribbean soil with a 2-0 victory over the West Indies following a washout in the fourth match but ended up losing the number one spot in the […]

Over 190 offshore companies registered in Pakistan since 1963

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From DAWN ISLAMABAD: More than 192 offshore companies have been registered in Pakistan since 1963 to do businesses in different sectors, with power generation being their latest preference. Data compiled by the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) show that a majority of the companies have been registered in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad. The […]

The ‘usual suspects’ keep making the same policy mistakes

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By Jonathan Garber From Business Insider When it comes to monetary policy, the conversation in major economies is about whether central banks like the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates too quickly. But there’s a group of central banks that stand out for a different reason: keeping interest rates too low for too long. Policymakers […]

The murder hotspots for Brits abroad over the last four years with Pakistan, Jamaica and America among some of the most dangerous places

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By Jonathan Corke and Lydia Willgress for MailOnline Pakistan was most dangerous place with 37 people murdered between 2012 and August last year, figures show Jamaica and America also reported a high number of murders, with around four British tourists a year being killed Data about the murders was obtained by MailOnline via a Freedom […]

Supreme Court ruling on removal of children

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From Samson & Mcgrath Date: 22 February, 2016 In the case of Re B (A Child) (Habitual Residence: Inherent Jurisdiction) [2016] UKSC 4 the Supreme Court (by a majority of 3:2) have delivered a judgment of huge practical significance which stops children being left in a legal limbo when they are removed from one jurisdiction […]

Despite threats, thousands join drive to end polio in Pakistan, a last bastion of the disease

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Reuters From Thomson Reuters Foundation KARACHI/ISLAMABAD, Feb 15 (Reuters) – More than 100,000 health workers fanned out across Pakistan on Monday, stepping up a drive to eliminate the polio virus this year from one of its last bastions, despite continuing militant threats to vaccination teams. Pakistan accounts for more than 70 percent of the world’s […]

Rotary International President meets Cayman Islands Governor

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Her Excellency the Governor, Helen Kilpatrick and the Premier, Hon. Alden McLaughlin met Rotary International President K.R. Ravindran, who called on them at the Government Administration Building today (Friday, 29 January 2016). This is the first visit by a Rotary International (RI) President to the Cayman Islands, according to local Rotarians. Mr. Ravindran is principally […]