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Wales 3-1 Finland: Wales beat 10-man Finns to win Nations League group

Wales 3-1 Finland: Wales beat 10-man Finns to win Nations League group

Sports
A polished Wales overcame Finland's stubborn 10 men to win their Nations League group and clinch promotion to the competition's top flight.Finland's Jere Uronen was sent off after only 12 minutes for a foul on Harry Wilson, who then fired Wales in front with a fine low finish after a through ball from Gareth Bale.Daniel James' 20-yard firecracker doubled their lead early in the second half, before the Finns hit back with a goal by Teemu Pukki - the first Wales had conceded in more than 12 hours of competitive football.The visitors had a handful of other chances as they sought an improbable victory which would have seen them win Group B4.But, despite their second-half wobble, Wales were ultimately comfortable victors and put the result beyond doubt with Kieffer Moore's late header from Jame...
Lakshmi Vilas Bank makes its stance clear to Clix group on Religare deposit case

Lakshmi Vilas Bank makes its stance clear to Clix group on Religare deposit case

Finance
KOLKATA: Lakshmi Vilas Bank has reached out to the Clix Group with “all the documents” on its contingent liability related to Religare Finvest deposits, instruments the bank had set off against unpaid loans given to private firms of the erstwhile Religare promoters Malvinder and Shivinder Singh. Clix wanted Lakshi Vilas to make full provisions against the liability amounting to Rs 794 crore ahead of the proposed merger. The bank holds a contingent provision of Rs 200 crore, which is not included in tier I/tier II capital calculations. Hence, Clix wanted it to provide the balance Rs 594 crore. “We have submitted all the documents justifying our stance as to why making full provision is not necessary. We are the rightful owner of the money,” a senior bank official told ET. The bank has taken
Facebook bans ‘Stop The Steal’ group over calls for violence

Facebook bans ‘Stop The Steal’ group over calls for violence

Technology
Facebook has banned a group which, inspired by unsubstantiated claims from Donald Trump, was featuring calls for violence over concerns the election was being "stolen" by the president's rivals.It comes as Joe Biden took the lead in the key state of Georgia, while Donald Trump doubled down on his claims political opponents were trying to rig and steal the US election, despite criticism from some Republicans. US election 2020 live: Follow the latest updates The group issued a call for donations as well as "boots on the ground to protect the integrity of the vote", and has rapidly grown in popularity since Wednesday.The president's supporters - some armed with rifles and handguns - descended on election counting centres where mail-in ballots continue to be tallied up, chanting in some for vo...
China regulators summon Ant Group executives ahead of IPO

China regulators summon Ant Group executives ahead of IPO

Technology
Chinese regulators have summoned Ant Group founder Jack Ma and two other senior executives to a formal meeting just days before the company's shares are due to begin trading in Shanghai and Hong KongBy ZEN SOO Associated PressNovember 3, 2020, 6:48 AM• 2 min readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleHONG KONG -- Chinese regulators summoned Ant Group founder Jack Ma and two other senior executives to a meeting just days before the company's shares are due to begin trading following a blockbuster offering expected to be the world’s largest.In a statement issued on Monday, the People’s Bank of China, the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission, the Securities Regulatory Commission and the State Administration of Foreign Exchange said they had conducted “regulatory inter
The Latest: Okla. doctor group renews call for mask mandate

The Latest: Okla. doctor group renews call for mask mandate

Health
MILAN -- OKLAHOMA CITY — The president of the Oklahoma State Medical Association is renewing the group’s call for a statewide mask mandate as the number of people hospitalized due to the coronavirus has reached record levels.Association President George Monks says in a tweet that cities in Oklahoma that have adopted mask ordinances have seen lower rates of infection. He says that “we need face mask mandates to protect more of our Oklahoma citizens.”The association has been calling for a statewide mask mandate since the summer, but Gov. Kevin Stitt has repeatedly said he has no plans to do so, citing concerns about how such a mandate would be enforced.———HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE VIRUS OUTBREAK:— Confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide top 40 million but experts say that'