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‘The nation is counting on you’: CIA’s thrilling advert to recruit more diverse candidates

‘The nation is counting on you’: CIA’s thrilling advert to recruit more diverse candidates

Technology
The CIA has launched a recruitment campaign across online video streaming websites, emphasising the value that women and people from minority ethnic backgrounds bring to the agency.The thrilling commercial - which could play out before audiences watch a geopolitical drama - stars a number of young actors, with the majority of speaking roles belonging to women. It's the first time the agency has run such ads, and comes as intelligence communities across the world face challenging competition from the private sector to recruit the best candidates. Image: Graphs showing diversity in US intelligence community in 2018. Pic: US ODNI The agency's director Gina Haspel - who is the first woman to hold the post on a permanent basis - has descri...
Ric Flair reveals iconic ‘I’m sorry, I love you’ moment at WresteMania with Shawn Michaels wasn’t planned

Ric Flair reveals iconic ‘I’m sorry, I love you’ moment at WresteMania with Shawn Michaels wasn’t planned

Sports
It has been 12 years since Ric Flair’s final WWE match. He is a legend in the business and had a glorious wrestling career that has spanned around 40 years. WWE Ric Flair is a legend and it’s unlikely there will be anyone like the 16-time champion again And that final match, at WrestleMania 24 in 2008, saw one of the most iconic moments in the company’s history. Flair was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame the night before, but the stipulation of his match the next day was if he lost, he had to retire. Shawn Michaels was his opponent. Two of the greatest ever in-ring performers came together for one final showdown in the winter of their careers. Michaels defeated The Nature Boy with a Sweet Chin Music, but it’s best remembered for the words he uttere
‘You should consider SIP in debt mutual funds,’ says Swarup Mohanty, CEO, Mirae Asset

‘You should consider SIP in debt mutual funds,’ says Swarup Mohanty, CEO, Mirae Asset

Finance
An SIP or Systematic Investment Plan is typically used to invest regularly in equity mutual funds. Does it make sense to invest through SIP in debt mutual fund schemes. Many investment experts do not think it is a smart idea, but Swarup Mohanty, CEO, Mirae Asset Global Investments (India), beg to differ. “If you have been comfortable doing RD in banks, there is no reason why you can’t take forward the same investment behaviour in mutual funds,” Mohanty told the participants at ET Wealth Investment Workshop, held in Noida last week. “Think about an SIP in debt. If you look at SIP in debt, they would have also given you very good returns. SIP in debt is a very decent investment vehicle. The only problem is that we do not talk much about it,” said Mohanty. Most mutual fund participants do not
Look: Monsta X releases ‘Find You’ video ahead of new EP

Look: Monsta X releases ‘Find You’ video ahead of new EP

Entertainment
Oct. 22 (UPI) -- South Korean boy band Monsta X is back with a new music video. The K-pop group released an emotional video Tuesday for the song "Find You." The "Find You" video opens at the scene of a car crash. Flashbacks show Hyungwon enjoying karaoke with the other members of Monsta X before getting into a car with his parents. In the present, an injured Hyungwon is rushed to the hospital, and wakes up to learn his parents died. The members of Monsta X attempt to cheer Hyungwon up, but the singer is later seen sinking in water. "Find You" appears on Monsta X's EP Follow: Find You, which debuts Oct. 28. The EP is the group's first Korean release since the album Take.2 We Are Here, released in February. Monsta X released a music video for the song "Someone's Someone," which does not ap...
‘You feel shame’ – the reality of romance scams

‘You feel shame’ – the reality of romance scams

Business
Brian had promised Elspet a bright future - a wonderful marriage later in life and their own bungalow.But Brian was not real. He was a romance scammer, something Elspet did not realise until she had sent him £10,000.They had met on a dating website, she had been taken in over email, and the money - including life savings - is now in his hands and lost to her.Elspet had been convinced by his story of serving abroad in the military. She trusted him enough to believe that his friend, a diplomat, was bringing home his belongings but needed money for fares and courier fees. It was a lie."You feel shame. You feel stupid and depressed," said Elspet, aged 67.Now she works as a scam marshal, listening to victims and warning people in her