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The government had set December 30 deadline for exchanging junked notes barring some exigencies for which the window was open until March 31 only with RBI. They should also cite valid reasons for non-deposit of the specified bank notes within the period, it added. RBI will accept deposits collected by any bank or post office by December 30, 2016 or by any District Central Cooperative Bank from November 10-14, 2016 should be deposited within 30 days, the notification said.
  • Tesla's Autopilot chief quits just six months after leaving Apple

    Tesla's Autopilot chief quits just six months after leaving Apple

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    Lattner himself took to Twitter to say largely the same thing. A Tesla spokesperson confirmed the departure saying: "Chris just wasn't the right fit for Tesla, and we've chose to make a change". Karpathy has also worked at Google's DeepMind, and he has attended both the University of Toronto and the University of British Columbia. Andrej has worked to give computers vision through his work on ImageNet, as well as imagination through the development of generative models, and the ability to ...
  • Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (BMY) Stake Raised by TRUE Private Wealth Advisors

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    Many traders will use a combination of moving averages with different time frames to help review stock trend direction. Credit Suisse Ag invested 0.35% in Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (NYSE: BMY ). Credit Suisse initiated the stock with "Neutral" rating in Friday, October 7 report. $463,779 worth of Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (NYSE:BMY) shares were sold by Caldarella Joseph C.
  • Minnesota Releases Dashcam Footage of Philando Castile Shooting

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    The dashboard camera video from the officer's patrol auto has been described by many but viewed by only by a few people - investigators, the jury and courtroom spectators. Yanez asks for Castile's insurance card and license. Yanez radios for help, and minutes later, after additional officers arrive, they pull Castile's body out of the auto and attempt to render aid.
  • George Clooney Sells Tequila Brand to Beverage Giant

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    Diageo doesn't expect the deal to add to its earnings until its fourth year. Diageo announced the news in a press release which reveals that the deal is expected to close in the second half of calendar 2017. Mr Gerber, Casamigos co-founder, said: "What started from a friendship and an idea to create the best tasting, smoothest tequila as our own house tequila to drink and share with friends, has quickly turned into the fastest growing super-premium tequila".
  • DUP talks not going as expected - Sky sources

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    While it's deeply unlikely that the DUP will vote against the Queen's Speech - their antipathy to Jeremy Corbyn is too great for that - the government will struggle to ensure their support for its legislation, meaning that we could be looking at an fallow legislative period.
  • Saudi King Deposes Crown Prince And Names A New Heir, Age 31

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    Bin Salman's visit to the USA earlier this year paved the way for President Donald Trump's trip to Saudi Arabia , portrayed by the kingdom as an endorsement of its leadership role in the region. He has also called for Saudis to be given more influence in government, telling the Economist previous year that he wanted to build a country that "guarantees the participation of everyone in decision-making".
  • Barclays, former bosses, charged over 2008 Qatar fundraising

    Barclays, former bosses, charged over 2008 Qatar fundraising

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    If charges were brought against the operating company, Barclays would lose the chance to do business in the U.S. and other countries, who bar companies involved in criminal proceedings from bidding for contracts. The evidence I have supplied is very clear: "there is no case for me to answer", stated Boath, the former chairman of the investment division of the bank in the Middle East.
  • UN reports substantial increase in Israeli settlements

    UN reports substantial increase in Israeli settlements

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    Jewish settlements in the West Bank are regarded as illegal under worldwide law and are considered one of the main obstacles to a two-state solution, taking land claimed by Palestinians for a future state. The Trump administration, in contrast, has chosen not to criticize settlement activity in public. According to Peace Now, the new settlement's location was "strategic for the fragmentation of the West Bank".
  • DC, Maryland Suing Trump Over Foreign Pay

    DC, Maryland Suing Trump Over Foreign Pay

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    White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Tuesday disputed that Trump's interests in his businesses violated the emoluments clause, pointing to the arguments raised by the Justice Department in its motion to dismiss the case in NY. NORTHAM: Laurence Noble with the Campaign Legal Center, a government watchdog group, says today's suit involves government entities taking on a president for violating the Emoluments Clause for the first time.
  • Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigns following months of chaos

    Uber CEO Travis Kalanick resigns following months of chaos

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    The company also faced allegations it stole trade secrets and a federal investigation into efforts to mislead local government regulators. Kalanick's penchant for conflict undermined the company's prospects, said Ferdinand Dudenhoeffer, director of the Center for Automotive Research at the University of Duisburg-Essen.