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Now Is the Time for Banking Culture Reform – FEDERAL RESERVE BANK of NEW YORK
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Introduction                                                      It’s a pleasure to speak at today’s conference on this critically important issue, one that Bill Dudley and his colleagues have done tremendous work bringing to the forefront over the past few years. It’s also an honor to be sharing a stage with Bill today, and I’d like to thank him for his outstanding […]

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Yaadan Kamal Khan Lyrics
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Yaadan Kamal Khan Lyrics latest Punjabi song sung by Kamal Khan and penned by Dalvir Bhullar.

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TUM SE HI LYRICS
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Tum Se Hi Lyrics Sadak 2 is Bollywood song sung by Ankit Tiwari, Leena Bose and Tum Se Hi Song Lyrics are written by Shabbir Ahmed.

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Dubai lights up world’s tallest building with S’pore flag to celebrate National Day – Mothership.SG – News from Singapore, Asia and around the world
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Singapore celebrated its 55th birthday yesterday (Aug. 9). It was a particularly different National Day, given that Singapore is celebrating it in the middle of a global pandemic.  For some, Covid-19 has definitely made the island feel a bit isolated from the rest of the world, especially when overseas travel does not look like it […]

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Russia approves Sputnik V Covid vaccine despite testing safety concerns | World news | The Guardian
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Russia has approved a controversial Covid-19 vaccine for widespread use after less than two months of human testing, including a dose administered to one of Vladimir Putin’s daughters. The announcement that Russia was pushing ahead with large-scale manufacture and mass immunisation before so-called “phase 3” testing was greeted with criticism from experts who described the […]

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AlbanyCanCode and KingstonCanCode, part of a nonprofit organization creating a new generation of software coders in New York, today announced the opening of registration for the Fall 2020 session, which features the inaugural computer coding course to be conducted in Kingston and three classes to be held in the Capital Region.   Each course will be presented virtually starting the week of September 14. KingstonCanCode is hosting a class in Front-End Web Development, while AlbanyCanCode is offering courses in Front-End Web Development, Automated Web and Security Testing, and JavaScript Fundamentals. Courses are held two nights per week, three hours per session, for 12 weeks.    “We are thrilled to launch our Fall 2020 session, and especially excited to begin offering our first class through KingstonCanCode,” said Annmarie Lanesey, founder and CEO of AlbanyCanCode and KingstonCanCode. “The rapid rise of the hybrid and remote workplace has made digital literacy essential for pursuing job opportunities and career growth. We look forward to providing individuals from every walk of our communities the chance to build their computer skills and become valuable members of the technology-driven economy.”    The Front-End Web Development course, which teaches technical skills necessary for user interface (UI) development and wire framing, will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays. KingstonCanCode will present the class in partnership with SUNY Ulster, while AlbanyCanCode will provide the course in partnership with Capital Region BOCES.    Classes in JavaScript Fundamentals, the dominant scripting tool for front-end web development, will be held Mondays and Wednesdays in partnership with SUNY Adirondack.   The Automated Web and Security Testing course, which focuses on the use of software tools to evaluate the performance and security of a website, will be conducted on Mondays and Wednesdays in partnership with Hudson Valley Community College.    All classes run from 5:45 to 8:45 p.m. More information and registration for KingstonCanCode is available here; registration for AlbanyCanCode classes can be found here.   With a commitment to ensuring its programs are accessible to all members of the community, full-tuition scholarships are available for income-eligible individuals and veterans. For more information, contact Rachel Sheridan, operations manager, at (518) 238-6808 ext. 701 or rachel@albanycancode.org.    More than 200 individuals have graduated from AlbanyCanCode classes since its launch in 2016.
AlbanyCanCode and KingstonCanCode, part of a nonprofit organization creating a new generation of software coders in New York, today announced the opening of registration for the Fall 2020 session, which features the inaugural computer coding course to be conducted in Kingston and three classes to be held in the Capital Region. Each course will be presented virtually starting the week of September 14. KingstonCanCode is hosting a class in Front-End Web Development, while AlbanyCanCode is offering courses in Front-End Web Development, Automated Web and Security Testing, and JavaScript Fundamentals. Courses are held two nights per week, three hours per session, for 12 weeks. “We are thrilled to launch our Fall 2020 session, and especially excited to begin offering our first class through KingstonCanCode,” said Annmarie Lanesey, founder and CEO of AlbanyCanCode and KingstonCanCode. “The rapid rise of the hybrid and remote workplace has made digital literacy essential for pursuing job opportunities and career growth. We look forward to providing individuals from every walk of our communities the chance to build their computer skills and become valuable members of the technology-driven economy.” The Front-End Web Development course, which teaches technical skills necessary for user interface (UI) development and wire framing, will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays. KingstonCanCode will present the class in partnership with SUNY Ulster, while AlbanyCanCode will provide the course in partnership with Capital Region BOCES. Classes in JavaScript Fundamentals, the dominant scripting tool for front-end web development, will be held Mondays and Wednesdays in partnership with SUNY Adirondack. The Automated Web and Security Testing course, which focuses on the use of software tools to evaluate the performance and security of a website, will be conducted on Mondays and Wednesdays in partnership with Hudson Valley Community College. All classes run from 5:45 to 8:45 p.m. More information and registration for KingstonCanCode is available here; registration for AlbanyCanCode classes can be found here. With a commitment to ensuring its programs are accessible to all members of the community, full-tuition scholarships are available for income-eligible individuals and veterans. For more information, contact Rachel Sheridan, operations manager, at (518) 238-6808 ext. 701 or rachel@albanycancode.org. More than 200 individuals have graduated from AlbanyCanCode classes since its launch in 2016.
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Letters to the Editor: We’re a third-world country if Trump can corrupt the Postal Service so easily
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To the editor: I was incensed upon reading that the postmaster general appointed by President Trump is doing what he can to hold up the mail on which so many Americans rely. The corruption is transparent and disgusting. America is becoming a third-world country when an institution as basic as U.S. Postal Service is vulnerable […]

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The Watch with a Secret – Frederique Constant – FunkyForty | Funky Life style and Fashion
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Not sure if I told you before but I am a real watch fan. Even before the invention of smart watches I had been known to wear more than one watch at a time just for fun. However when it came to smart watches I have been keeping my distance as I love the traditional […]

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