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India's BANshee

Beef Ban:

So, with effect from 5th March 2015, Maharashtra has been free of beef and beef products. Not to forget that the government is losing about 80,000 INR everyday because of this. 1,173 more words

50 Shades Of Grey

A Wake-Up Bell For The News Reader In You

Without knowing it, we have learned to live in a daily crossfire of the ridiculous and the absurd: bans on movies, on books, displays of legislators tossing microphones or biting opposition members; debates on security audits on politicians; virulent campaigns against VIP culture. 588 more words


Germany Bans Uber For Second Time, Fines Company $264,825 For Each Violation

Uber’s fight to transport customers in Germany hit yet another roadblock today as it was banned from operating within the country for the second time in 12 months… 257 more words

Controversial Football Bans

Two Melbourne Victory fans claim to have been unfairly penalised after being accused of anti-social behaviour at soccer matches last year.

The Football Federation of Australia (FFA) allege that Kane Scanlon and Gerard Atilemile ignited incendiary distress flares at two games, and banned both men for 5 years from all A-League, National Youth League, Women’s League, Asian Champions’ League and National team football. 403 more words


[Listen] Selfie Stick Bans Go Global

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Oh no!!! J Niice’s favorite NEW invention is being banned from public locations. 77 more words


Malori Doesn’t Believe In Testing At Night. But Is The CIRC Report Right?

Turkeys won’t vote for Christmas and it seems that cyclists aren’t going to vote for increased drug testing. Already the most tested athletes on the planet, testing between the hours of 11pm and 6am is step to far according to Movistar’s Andriano Malori. 452 more words

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