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indian-american bimmel patel has been chosen to a key administrative position in the treasury department by the US president Donald Trump mr. Patel from Georgia has been nominated to be an assistant secretary of the Treasury for financial institutions a Redmond based information technology staffing company was asked to pay over $3 to its Trent h-1b employees for paying them far below their salary the tech firm has also been fined over $45,000 for the violating of labor provisions the u.s. announced new sanctions against North Korea taking aim at the Chinese company its North Korean CEO and its Russia based sister company the two information technology companies are actually North Korean control entities dozen of explosions apparently triggered by a natural gas pipeline rupture Rock three communities near Boston on Thursday killing at least one person injuring 12 and prompting the evacuation of hundreds retired Admiral William bill McRaven resigned from the Pentagon's defense innovation board last month just days after issuing a stunning rebuke of President Donald Trump's decision to revoke the security clearance of former CIA director John Brennan first nation's leader want Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to know this school still can't afford science labs sports equipment or indigenious language programs to do promised 2.6 billion dollar more than two years old that has yet to arrive the City of Toronto ask the federal government to stop Ontario legislation slashing the size of its console and appeal issued after staff warned that holding of fair municipal election next month was becoming virtually impossible Global Affairs Canada said that the thousand of Canadians are in the path of extreme weather expected to hit the US and Southeast Asia it added at 440 Canadians have registered in area expected to be impacted by hurricane Florence the Alberta NDP has taken out advertisements in newspapers across the country and it's continued to push to get the trans mountain pipeline expansion project back on track Toronto man arrested in 2017 is facing a total of 20 charges after a child luring investigation in which police are concerned there may be more possible victims Adam Collier there's–it's was arrested on June 29 2017 in connection to an investigation into the luring of a child under 16 subscribe to our Channel and press the bell icon so you can get latest videos and this is absolutely free

1. Donald Trump appoints Indian-American to Key Administration Post

Indian-American Bimal Patel has been chosen to a key administrative position in the Treasury Department by US President Donald Trump. Mr Patel, from Georgia, has been nominated to be an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial Institutions.

2. US Firm Fined Nearly $350,000 for Underpaying H-1B Visa Employees

A Redmond-based information technology staffing company was asked to pay over $300,000 to its 12 H-1B employees for paying them far below their salary. The tech firm has also been fined over $45,000 for violating the labour provisions.

3. US sanctions North Korea tech firms based in China, Russia

The US announced new sanctions against North Korea, taking aim at a Chinese company, its North Korean CEO and its Russia-based sister company. The two information technology companies are actually North Korean-controlled entities.

4. 1 Dead, Hundreds vacated in Gas Explosions near Boston
Dozens of explosions, apparently triggered by a natural gas pipeline rupture, rocked three communities near Boston on Thursday, killing at least one person, injuring 12 and prompting the evacuation of hundreds, officials said.

5. McRaven quits from Pentagon board days after criticizing Trump

Retired Adm. William “Bill” McRaven resigned from the Pentagon’s Defense Innovation Board last month, just days after issuing a stunning rebuke of President Donald Trump’s decision to revoke the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan.

6. Trudeau not honouring $2.6B education promise, First Nations leaders say

First Nations leaders want Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to know their schools still can’t afford science labs, sports equipment or Indigenous language programs. Trudeau promised $2.6-billion more than two years ago that has yet to arrive, they say.

7. Toronto asking feds to stop Ontario council-cutting plan

The City of Toronto asked the federal government Thursday to stop Ontario legislation slashing the size of its council, an appeal issued after staff warned that holding a fair municipal election next month was becoming virtually impossible.

8. Thousands of Canadians in path of extreme storms: Global Affairs Canada

Global Affairs Canada said that thousands of Canadians are in the path of extreme weather expected to hit the U.S. and Southeast Asia. It added that 440 Canadians have registered in areas expected to be impacted by hurricane Florence, while 3,446 Canadians in areas expected to be impacted by typhoon Mangkhut.

9. Alberta NDP takes out pro-pipeline ads in newspapers across Canada
The Alberta NDP has taken out advertisements in newspapers across the country in its continued to push to get the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project back on track.

10. Man arrested in 2017 child luring investigation faces 15 more charges

A Toronto man arrested in 2017 is facing a total of 20 charges after a child luring investigation in which police are concerned there may be more possible victims. Adam Collier, 36, was arrested on June 29, 2017, in connection to an investigation into the luring of a child under 16

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