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J&K Bank chairman Parvez Ahmad removed, Vigilance raids Bank headquarters

J&K Bank chairman Parvez Ahmad removed, Vigilance raids Bank headquarters

Finance
Jammu and Kashmir government on Saturday removed Parvez Ahmad as chairman cum managing director of the bank and appointed R K Chibber as interim chairman and managing director of the bank. Soon after the decision was made public state vigilance department raided Bank’s headquarters in Srinagar, which was continuing till the last reports came in. The timing of Ahmad’s removal--who was appointed by the PDP-BJP government in October 2016 and shown the exit door five months before completing the term--and vigilance raid has triggered many speculation regarding internal functioning and future of the bank. Chibber, who has served as chairman Grameen Bank and was one of the executive presidents of the J&K bank, would be the first non-Kashmiri to hold the position of chairman in the Bank. The

Facebook says it removed fake accounts in Philippines

Technology
Facebook says it has removed 200 pages, groups and accounts linked to Nic Gabunada, reportedly the former social media manager of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, for misleading people. The social network says it took down the accounts for "coordinated inauthentic behavior," the term it uses to describe accounts that work together to mask who is behind them and what their purpose is. In the past, Facebook has removed accounts linked to Russia , Iran and other countries for trying to wreak political havoc or influence elections in the U.S. and elsewhere. The accounts and posts in question posted about elections, alleged misconduct by political candidates and local news. Facebook says they tried to hide their identity but were linked to a network organized by Ga...
Chloe Khan flaunts results of bum job after having 'saggy implants' removed

Chloe Khan flaunts results of bum job after having 'saggy implants' removed

Entertainment
The former X Factor star has made no secret of her love of cosmetic surgery, having undergone a number of procedures over the years.And Chloe Khan flaunted the results of her latest bum job this week, just one day after having to replace her “saggy’ implants.Taking to Instagram, the 26-year-old put her new enhanced bottom on full display as she posed for a selfie.The former glamour model flew out to Turkey for the procedure and discussed her reasons for having the operation with her 1.6million followers. Related Articles In a number of Instagram stories, she explained: “So guys, I’m one day after surgery.“I did have to have my butt implants out because they had dropped so much and they were causing me a lot of problems shape-wise.“I had them replaced ...
550-pound World War II bomb defused, removed in Potsdam, Germany

550-pound World War II bomb defused, removed in Potsdam, Germany

World
Oct. 10 (UPI) -- A 550-pound unexploded World War II-era bomb was successfully defused on Wednesday in Potsdam, Germany, after over 3,000 residents were evacuated. Nearby residences and nursing homes were emptied shortly before noon on Wednesday, and government offices were closed. Roads leading to the bomb site were closed on Wednesday morning, and railroad schedules were disrupted. The restricted area included the State Chancellery of Brandenburg, several ministries, a federal police office, the printing building of a local newspaper and two day care facilities. The city's fire department announced that the bomb's detonator, manufactured in the United States, would be detonated before the bomb could be moved. It was, with a loud bang, to defuse the bomb. After about 70 minutes of work b...
Gab user's anti-Semitic posts removed

Gab user's anti-Semitic posts removed

Technology
Two anti-Semitic posts have been deleted from fringe social network Gab after Microsoft, citing the content, threatened to take the site down.The posts were made by Patrick Little, who says he is running for US president and wants to remove Jewish people from America.Microsoft hosts Gab on its Azure cloud service.Gab's founder Andrew Torba said that one of the posts "unquestionably" broke the site's rules.The BBC has sent a request to Gab for comment.The social network describes itself as a platform for free speech, but much of the content on the site presents far-right viewpoints, including racist and anti-Semitic posts.'Malicious activity'"Gab's hosting provider, Microsoft Azure, has given us 48 hours to take action on two post...