This Day in History | 1952 – India passes first test of democracy

The Congress Party of India, led by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, has won an outright victory in the country’s first general election. The party has won 249 of the 489 seats contested

Offbeat | Puppy in crime: Deputies take man, dog into custody in theft

A Florida man and his furry “accomplice” were taken into custody by authorities who said the man shoplifted from a store. Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office said Logan Wilson was arrested Wednesday

Skating champion Hanyu wins Four Continents

Two-time Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu won’s the men’s free skate on Sunday to claim his first Four Continents figure skating title and complete a Japanese sweep of the men’s and

Ex-Olympic swim champ blames contamination for failed test

Former Olympic swimming champion Roland Schoeman said Saturday that contaminated supplements were responsible for him failing a doping test and being banned for a year. Schoeman claimed in a statement that

Crypto sphere begins to feel ill effects of virus

The coronavirus outbreak in Asia is starting to ripple through the cryptocurrency world in some unanticipated ways - the cancellation of conferences and even the shuttering of facilities that process

World Briefs

HONG KONG has lifted a quarantine on the World Dream cruise ship after clearing all crew members of the new virus. The ship has been placed under quarantine since it

Tax Matters | Major changes to stamp duty

The Legislative Assembly of Macau has passed a new law introducing substantial changes to the Stamp Duty (“SD”) Regulations and Chart. The law was unanimously approved by lawmakers

Monday, February 10, 2020 – edition no. 3468

• A ‘dramatic reduction’ in new coronavirus cases could be imminent if the global containment strategy works, experts said. Yesterday, the death toll from the virus surpassed that of SARS,

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