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Juniper competing with Cisco, VMware in public clouds
Juniper Networks is extending the Contrail network virtualization platform to public clouds. The Juniper Contrail Enterprise ...
Juniper competing with Cisco, VMware in public clouds
Juniper Networks is extending the Contrail network virtualization platform to public clouds. The Juniper Contrail Enterprise ...
Delhi high court takes up lawsuit into Adani Group fraud allegations

Indian government ordered to respond to claims energy firms conspired to siphon money from state and defraud consumers

Delhi’s high court has taken up a lawsuit calling for an investigation into allegations that Adani Group and other energy companies engaged in fraud that raised power prices for Indian consumers.

The court has ordered the Indian government and Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) to respond before 7 February to the lawsuit, which claims that several mining groups inflated coal and equipment prices to siphon money from India.

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Proton beam therapy saved my son, says UK mother - video
The mother of a young boy who survived brain cancer after receiving proton beam treatment overseas, says she 'completely understands' the actions of Ashya King's parents. Brett and Naghemeh King were arrested in Spain after leaving a UK hospital against doctors' wishes to seek similar treatment overseas. Ros Barnes tells ITV's Daybreak that her son Alex has made a full recovery since receiving the £130,000 treatment in the US Continue reading...
Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend

Will there be goals galore again at the Etihad, could West Ham finish off Hughes and is Jack Wilshere the man to bring some beauty back into Arsenal’s play?

Since 2010-11, when the two games between these sides featured one goal between them, this has not been a fixture for goalkeepers. In 12 meetings there have been precisely 50 goals, scored at the rate of 4.2 per match. There is a recent history of mayhem, which coupled with the recent improvement in Tottenham’s form makes this probably the most likely moment for a while for the leaders’ successive-win juggernaut to come to a halt. Between this game and the visit to Arsenal at the end of February, City play Leicester twice, Newcastle twice, and five times against sides they have already beaten this season by an aggregate score of 24-3 (though that includes a visit to Liverpool). Should Pep Guardiola’s side emerge victorious on Saturday it becomes troublingly difficult to see where in the near future they might falter. Last season’s 2-2 draw in this fixture was memorable for some particularly poor goalkeeping: both City goals were down to Hugo Lloris clangers, and Claudio Bravo only faced two shots on target and let them both in. Ederson will present a more formidable obstacle for Spurs on Saturday. SB

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Ashes 2017-18: Australia v England third Test, day two – live!

I missed something. I feel like we have a lot to talk about. Share it all. Just photocopyied your body at your work Christmas do? That’s still what people do, isn’t it? Send me a screenshot. In the old money or the new, I’m here for you. Tell me about it.

This is usually the bit where I reveal what a brilliant/dreadful day it is outside. But I’ll level with you: I’m yet to open the curtains of my Perth hotel room. Because last night our circuit ended at The Avenue. Nobody poured a pint over me. I didn’t headbutt anyone (other than for photos). But there we have it. My line and length will come, it might just take an over or two.

I went along with OBO regular Will Macpherson, who is writing about the experience, in great depth, for Another Place. So I won’t cut his grass too badly with the nitty gritty. But needless to say, I HAVE NO EARTHLY IDEA WHY THE ENGLAND TEAM KEEP GOING BACK. No (current) players were there last night though, I can confirm, even if Davey Dawid Malan and Mark Stoneman earned a night on the tiles.

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UK’s finance industry warned Brexit could threaten global crown 
Britain has retained its crown as the world’s leading financial centre in 2017, but a leading City lobby group says the UK’s position should not be taken for granted in light of emerging Brexit risks.
Brexit supporters created N Ireland border problems – Leo Varadkar 
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said Brexiteers need to acknowledge that they created the difficulties surrounding the Northern Ireland border.
Child sexual abuse royal commission delivers final report – live

The Australian royal commission into institutional response to child sexual abuse is publishing its recommendations after five years of inquiry into abuse and cover-ups over decades. Follow developments live

Yesterday McClellan presented the National Library of Australia with a book of around 1,000 messages handwritten by survivors of institutional child sexual abuse.

Survivors’ share their experiences and their hopes for creating a safer environment for children in the future. A slideshow containing all the messages in the ‘Message to Australia’ book can be found here.

A key recommendation in the report calls for the federal government to establish a National Office for Child Safety, sitting within the department of prime minister and cabinet, with its first job to develop a national framework to prevent child sexual abuse.

Within 18 months the office should become a statutory body.

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Britain First leaders face charges in Northern Ireland 
Two leaders of the far-right Britain First group have been charged over offences in Northern Ireland.
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