Ramana Maharshi handicraft statues becomes the most searched Christmas gift on the internet globally

Ramana Maharshi handicraft statues becomes the most searched Christmas gift on the internet globally

Here is a write up on this Unique Christmas Gift from India, which has created a huge sensation and has become the latest fashion in Online Shopping globally. The worldwide online sale begins on 7th December 2021 on www.Tiruvannamalaihandicrafts.com .This collection is a very limited edition. Tiruvannamalai Handicrafts, from India has announced the much awaited and anticipated worldwide online sale of Sri Ramana Maharshi handicraft statues from today, the 7th December 2021.   The introduction of Ramana Maharshi handicraft  statutes has been welcomed with cheer and excitement for millions of International devotees of…

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Due to shortage of staff,Canadian employers accommodate unvaccinated employees.

Due to shortage of staff,Canadian employers accommodate unvaccinated employees.

Canada’s tight labor market is forcing many companies to offer regular COVID-19 testing over vaccine mandates, while others are reversing previously announced inoculation requirements even as Omicron variant cases rise. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government adopted one of the strictest inoculation policies in the world for civil servants and has already put more than 1,000 workers on unpaid leave, with thousands more at risk. Airlines, police forces, school boards and even Canada’s Big Five banks have also pledged strict mandatory vaccine policies. But following through has proven less straightforward,…

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Canada exceeds expectations in Job Growth in November

Canada exceeds expectations in Job Growth in November

With employment soaring beyond predictions and unemployment dropping to near pre-pandemic levels, new labour force data suggest that Canada is on its way to a full economic recovery. This past November, Canadian employers added 154,000 jobs to the economy. Last month’s growth exceeded analysts’ predictions of 38,000, which was closer to October levels. The gains pushed employment a full percentage point higher than pre-pandemic levels. Also, unemployment dropped to 6%, which is within 0.3 percentage points of what it was in February 2020. Data from Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey…

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IMF’S KRISTALINA GEORGIEVA: OMICRON VARIANT LIKELY TO USHER GROWTH DOWNGRADES

IMF’S KRISTALINA GEORGIEVA: OMICRON VARIANT LIKELY TO USHER GROWTH DOWNGRADES

Global economic growth projections from the International Monetary Fund will likely be downgraded due to the emergence of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said on Friday. “A new variant that may spread very rapidly can dent confidence, and in that sense, we are likely to see some downgrades of our October projections for global growth,” Georgieva said during the Reuters Next conference. The IMF said in October it expected the global economy to grow 5.9% this year and 4.9% next year, pointing then to…

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U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT APPLE IPHONE HACKED WITH ISRAELI COMPANY SPYWARE – SOURCES

U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT APPLE IPHONE HACKED WITH ISRAELI COMPANY SPYWARE – SOURCES

Apple Inc iPhones of at least nine U.S. State Department employees were hacked by an unknown assailant using sophisticated spyware developed by the Israel-based NSO Group, according to four people familiar with the matter. The hacks, which took place in the last several months, hit U.S. officials either based in Uganda or focused on matters concerning the East African country, two of the sources said. The intrusions, first reported here, represent the widest known hacks of U.S. officials through NSO technology. Previously, a list of numbers with potential targets including…

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Amazon’s Black Friday Greeted by Climate Activists, Strikes in Europe

Amazon’s Black Friday Greeted by Climate Activists, Strikes in Europe

Climate activists targeted 15 Amazon depots across Europe on “Black Friday” and the world’s biggest e-commerce company also faced protests by workers and delivery drivers in Germany, France, and Italy. Amazon, based in Seattle, is facing criticism from climate activists who say excessive consumption harms the environment while an alliance of trade unions say the company does not pay workers enough nor enough tax to governments. “Black Friday epitomises an obsession with overconsumption that is not consistent with a liveable planet,” the Extinction Rebellion group said after blocking 13 Amazon…

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Norway’s Oil Boom Is Only Just Beginning

Norway’s Oil Boom Is Only Just Beginning

Norway’s revenues from oil and gas production hit a record high this year and are showing no signs of slowing down.While Norway is a major supporter of clean energies, it is also a firm believer that the energy transition can only be achieved by using the profits from oil and gas production. The future is bright for Norway’s energy giant Equinor, which will be able to take advantage of growing energy demand and play a leading role in the coming energy transition. Norway’s oil and gas production is at an…

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Sweden asks EU to ban Bitcoin mining because while hydroelectric power is cheap, they need it for other stuff

Sweden asks EU to ban Bitcoin mining because while hydroelectric power is cheap, they need it for other stuff

The directors general of Sweden’s Financial Supervisory Authority and Environmental Protection Agency have called upon both the EU and Sweden’s government to ban cryptocurrency mining. Since China banned Bitcoin ,wannabe get-rich-quick artists have been looking for somewhere else to squander squillions of megawatt-hours minting imaginary internet money. Cheap hydroelectric power makes the Nordics tempting, with Sweden alone using 1TWh on it last year, but they would rather keep it for other uses than ransoming encrypted files and buying illegal drugs. Some will doubtless call that selfish and short-sighted of them….

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Canada’s inflation rate hits a fresh 18-year high

Canada’s inflation rate hits a fresh 18-year high

Consumer prices in Canada rose at their fastest rate in 18 years in September, as the country continued to grapple with global supply chain issues. The annual inflation rate hit 4.4%, up from 4.1% in August, its highest level since February 2003. The costs of transport, housing and food all jumped, the country’s official statistics agency said. Canada’s central bank, which meets next week to decide whether to raise interest rates, is watching the trend. Like many countries, Canada has seen inflation – the rate at which consumer prices rise…

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BITCOIN APPEARS TO CRASH 87% IN A FLASH ON BINANCE’S US VENUE

BITCOIN APPEARS TO CRASH 87% IN A FLASH ON BINANCE’S US VENUE

The plunge occurred at 7:34 a.m. New York time, according to Binance’s website The price of Bitcoin appeared to rapidly — and only temporarily — plunge about 87% on Binance’s U.S. exchange Thursday morning, sinking to as low as $8,200 from around $65,000. The price did nothing like that on other venues, and on Binance the level almost immediately snapped back to where it had been. The plunge occurred at 7:34 a.m. New York time, according to Binance’s website. Volume on the exchange in that minute was 592.8 Bitcoins, which…

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