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Saturday , November 17 2018

Arab Times

Myself and Bitcoin – II

The Bitcoin market was founded in 2010 and the first real deal was made when 10,000 Bitcoin was paid for pizza. Hal Finney was one of the first supporters, a shareholder and dealer in Bitcoin. He downloaded the software on the Bitcoin site on the same day after receiving 10 …

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Sharma, Rayudu tons set up India’s 224-run ODI victory

Hosts bowl out West Indies to lead series 2-1 MUMBAI, Oct 29, (AFP):  Rohit Sharma hailed his “game-changer” partnership with fellow centurion Ambati Rayudu to set up India’s 224-run win over West Indies in Monday’s fourth one-day international. Sharma, who smashed 162, and Rayudu, who made 100, put on 211 …

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Pen Friends United, Goa Maroons, United Goan Centre win KIFF League openers

KIFF League 2nd day matches started with Pen Friends United taking on Santos United. Pen Friends United proved to be too strong for Santos United from the start of the match. Santos United had to defend, trying their best to keep the score goalless but finally went down 3-0. Goal …

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Team Domnic Savio breaks tie to face KOC Blues in Finals

The semifinals of the prestigious International Red Hockey Championship were held at the KOC Field Hockey Grounds, at Ahmadi Park on Friday. In a keen contest, the four teams battled it out the full 48 minutes to move into the finals. In the 1st game of the evening, during the …

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Soon seeks spotlight for Sasazawa

‘Sea’ uplifting, family-friendly film E thnography and entertainment are neatly mixed in “Long Time No Sea”, an uplifting drama set among the indigenous Tao community from Orchid Island in Taiwan. Based on life experiences of first-time feature writer-director Heather Tsui (also known as Tsui Yung-hui), this tale of a newbie …

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US-China summit: Janet Yang optimistic despite woes

Netflix seeks aggressive push into India, says Ted Sarandos LOS ANGELES, Oct 29, (RTRS): If American Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is to be taken at his word, the Asia Society’s US-China Entertainment Summit taking place Tuesday in Los Angeles could be a short meeting. Pompeo this week said that …

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Arab rampage has not freed Palestine

THE population of Israel reached 8.8 million at the beginning of this year; with 6.5 million of them being Jews and the remaining Palestinians. On the other hand, the total population in the Arab world is 395 million, and the Palestinian population based on the 1967 border agreement is 4,780,000. …

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Myself and the Bitcoin

The IT manager called me and said a disaster has occurred in our accounting systems, because someone was somehow able to penetrate the security system of our computers and steal all data. This hacking will inevitably halt the business and we may reach a point when the business may be …

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In Lee’s masterful ‘Burning’, rage simmers in Seoul

‘It’s ostensibly a psychological thriller’ In the smoldering centerpiece of Chang-dong Lee’s masterly “Burning” – a mournful cry of a movie – a young, tragic South Korean woman named Haemi (an exquisite Jun Jong-seo) dances before two men at twilight while Miles Davis floats bluely from a nearby car radio. …

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‘Air Strike’ WW2 combat movie

Film retains elements of evident expanse, expense Few films can claim a bumpier, more public production ride or worse crash landing than “Air Strike”, purportedly the most costly Chinese feature ever when it was shot – which was three years ago. Since then, it’s undergone several title changes, delays, and …

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