Just Politics: Sister politics – U.S. Catholic

Listen on: Apple | Google | Spotify With the help of NETWORK’s historian, Mara Rutten, we explore the 50-year history of U.S. Catholic sisters’ involvement in political advocacy as part of their vocations. This includes the founding of NETWORK in the early 1970s and continues down to the present day. Sister Eilis, Sister Emily, and […]readmore

‘Scammers are relentless’ says PM Lee, as fake emails purportedly

SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in a Facebook post on Monday (Oct 3) said he was alerted to the circulation of fake emails that were allegedly from him. “I was alerted that fake emails purportedly from me are circulating online again,” Mr Lee said in his post. “The scammers are relentless.” Mr Lee added […]readmore

Ultron Voice: Meet the Man Behind the Mask

Do you know who the voice of Ultron is? If not, then you’re in for a treat! In this blog post, we will be introducing you to the man behind the mask. His name is James Spader, and he has an impressive resume. Not only does he have an amazing voice that was perfect for […]readmore

Young people demand climate justice in run-up to Cop27 UN

Young people from some of the countries most affected by climate breakdown have warned they are not victims but a force to be reckoned with in the run-up to a UN climate conference in Egypt. Led by climate groups across Africa and the Middle East, hundreds of activists from countries that are the least responsible […]readmore

India News | DHFL Case: Special Court Dismisses Statutory Bail

New Delhi [India], October 3 (ANI): The Rouse Avenue Court has dismissed the statutory bail plea of former Dewan Housing Finance Corporation Limited (DHFL) promoters, Kapil Wadhawan and his brother Dheeraj, arrested by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in connection with the multi-crore bank loan scam case. The two accused were arrested in the […]readmore

Pattern and Trend-Part 2 – Telegraph Nepal

Bhimnath Baral, Associate Professor Department of Political Science, PNC, Pokhara, Nepal Non-aligned Foreign Policy: The devastating Second World War brought sea changes in world politics. The pre war friends started to form their own alliances just after the post war international relations. Nepal also witnessed a new chapter in its foreign policy. An important political development […]readmore

Privacy commission sets eyes on data aggregators again amid text

The National Privacy Commission (NPC) is investigating data aggregators once more for their supposed part in the continued proliferation of text scams, almost three weeks after the government agency downplayed the role of these data firms in the sham. NPC Deputy Commissioner Leandro Angelo Y. Aguirre said in an interview with DZMM radio over the […]readmore

Southern New England contractor changes company name but it doesn’t

A contractor based out of Fall River continues to be accused of scamming customers despite numerous grievances levied against him and a company name change. Fall River Reporter has received multiple complaints concerning Marco Cordeiro and so has the Attorney General’s Office. Cordeiro was previously a local contractor and owner of Lagoa Construction. After receiving […]readmore

Nevada gubernatorial candidates seek distance from Trump and Biden

CNN  —  Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and his Republican challenger Joe Lombardo both sought to distance themselves from the leaders of their respective parties in a Sunday debate, as they tried to appeal to the state’s swath of independent voters, many of whom are frustrated by inflation under President Joe Biden, but also tired of […]readmore