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Administration: 70% Of Relief Payments To The Dead Recovered

The Trump administration says that it has recovered nearly 70% of the government relief payments that went to dead people.
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RBI Announces Steps to Ease Pressure on Liquidity

As part of the measures to 'foster orderly market conditions', the RBI will conduct term repo operations for an aggregate amount of Rs 1,00,000 crore at floating rates (at the prevailing repo rate) in the middle of September to assuage pressures on the market on account of advance tax outflows.
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United Says It Will Drop Widely Scorned Ticket-change Fees

United Airlines says it listened to customers and is dropping an unpopular $200 fee for most people who change a ticket for travel within the United States.
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Continuing with Certain Provisions of MMDR Act to Cause Loss to State Exchequer: Govt

The ministry said it proposes to amend provisions related to grant of prospecting licence and mining leases, and allocate such mineral blocks through transparent method of auction.
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Zuckerberg Says Facebook Erred In Not Removing Militia Post

Facebook made a mistake in not removing a militia group’s page earlier this week that called for armed civilians to enter Kenosha, Wisconsin, amid violent protests after police shot Jacob Blake, CEO Mark Zuckerberg says.
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UAE Scraps Israel Boycott In New Step Towards Normal Ties – State News Agency

The president of the United Arab Emirates scrapped an economic boycott against Israel, allowing trade and financial agreements between the countries in another key step towards normal ties, the UAE’s state news agency reported on Saturday.
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FAA Faults Chicago For Jet That Skidded Off Slick Runway

Federal safety officials are proposing a civil penalty of nearly $1.6 million against the city of Chicago after a plane slid off any icy runway at OHare Airport last November.
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India May Get Covid-19 Vaccine by First Quarter of 2021: Report

Through partnerships, India has access to two of those – AZ/Oxford's viral vector vaccine and Novavax's protein subunit vaccine. "Phase I/II data looks promising for both in terms of safety and the vaccine's ability to elicit an immune response," it said.
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Amazon Has A New Fitness Tracker And Wants To Get Personal

Amazon, the company that made shopping from a LaZBoy possible, is going into the fitnesstracking business.
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Delta, Facing Its Own Troubles, May Have To Repay $300 Million On Behalf Of Brazil’s Gol

Delta Air Lines is facing a fresh Latin American headache as a Monday deadline nears for former Brazilian partner Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes to repay a $300 million loan that the U.S. carrier guaranteed.