Internet to Shut Down in Indian State of Rajasthan to Prevent Exam Cheating

Indian state Rajasthan shut down its government-mandated internet for more than 25 million people to prevent cheating in a mass examination.  The Rajasthan Teacher Eligibility Test (REET) lets hundreds of thousands of candidates take an examination that is a prerequisite …

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Russian Communist Party Holds Mass Protest over Alleged Electoral Fraud

Over a thousand Russians, including prominent Communist Party members, gathered in Moscow’s central square on Saturday to protest what critics of the Kremlin claim rampant vote fraud while police detained several demonstrators. Protestors gathered in Pushkin Square, denouncing the “rigged …

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Malaysian Authorities to Investigate Vaccine Certificate Bribery Cases

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief Datuk Seri Azam Baki promised to investigate bribery reports in exchange for vaccination certificates on Tuesday. The statement from MACC came in response to reports circulating on social and local media that some unvaccinated …

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Jury Selection Begins for Trial of Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes

Jury selection for the trial of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has begun on Tuesday morning at a courthouse in San Jose with dozens of prospective jurors. Holmes’s legal team and prosecutors with the U.S. attorney’s office for the Northern District …

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Co-Founder and Former CEO Of Palo Alto-Based Start-Up Technology Company Headspin Faces Securities and Wire Fraud Charges

Acting United States Attorney Stephanie M. Hinds and Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge Craig D. Fair announced that Headspin co-founder and former CEO Manish Lachwani’s was arrested for security and wire fraud charges. Technology giant Headspin’s services …

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Papua New Guinea Bans India Flights for Alleged COVID Test Deception

Papua New Guinea banned all repatriation flights from India as a result of deliberate deception by the Indian High Commission that allowed unauthorized arrivals. PNG Prime Minister James Marape said that several of the 114 passengers who arrived from India …

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