Techradar
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The distro also includes the ability to update the installation and its components. You can configure it to install updates automatically while setting up the distro and use the web interface to customise the schedule for the automatic updates. Verdict IPFire: 5/5 OPNsense: 4/5 pfSense: 5/5 Sophos UTM: 4/5 Untangle NG Firewall: 5/5 While IPFire is based on Linux From Scratch, it has borrowed the browser-based interface from the IPCop distro. The interface has a simple and easy to navigate layout with the different aspects of the firewall server grouped under tabs listed at the top of the page. The System tab houses options that influence the entire install. This is where youll find the option to enable SSH access and create a backup ISO image of the installation with or without the log files. The Status tab gives an overview of the various components while the Services tab enables you to enable and configure individual services besides the firewall.
BBC News 24
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We lost because of a technicality. And that technicality was that the other two judges felt that the Government should have just a little more time to make up their mind. But what we conclude is that the Government really is on borrowed time, and has to act. Ministers have welcomed the court's ruling and say they will carefully consider it.
BBC News 24
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We lost because of a technicality. And that technicality was that the other two judges felt that the government should have just a little more time to make up their mind. But what we conclude is that the government really is on borrowed time, and has to act. Ministers have welcomed the court's ruling and say they will carefully consider it.
BBC News 24
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If the economy is performing better, businesses tend to perform better and they pay more tax and that all feeds in to the government offers which means that the government for this month at least has been earning more than it has been spending. To put some perspective around this, by the time we get to March the government for the whole year is likely to have borrowed £60 billion more than it has spent.
BBC News 24
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Huge amounts of money borrowed after the financial crisis, some £10 billion sounds a huge amount of money, it is, but in the context of reducing the deficit, basically, the government is still spending more than it earns. Now, the Conservative government does not want that to continue, it was to balance the books. Other people say it is good for the government to borrow to invest in infrastructure and other things.
Sky News
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Symbolism that people don't feel comfortable with. Civil partnerships don't have any that, they are modern. Civil partnerships should be open to everybody. What is next for you? The appeal was lost so narrowly. The Government is effectively on borrowed time. This discrimination cannot continue indefinitely. We need to hear from the Government as to whether they are going to listen to cross-party support in Parliament.
The Sun Daily
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KOTA TINGGI: An estate management student undergoing internship was found stabbed to death at the Teluk Sengat oil palm plantation here yesterday. Muhammad Azim Nazri Samsuddin, 21, who was undergoing internship at the plantation sustained a three-centimetre deep stab wound in the back. A knife, believed to be the murder weapon was found near the body of the victim who studied at a university in Jasin, Melaka. Kota Tinggi police chief Supt Rahmat Othman said a group of estate workers which began a search for Muhammad Azim Nazri when he failed to return from his routine rounds in the plantation, stumbled on the body about 6pm. "Several workers conducted a search for the victim at the plantation about 4.50pm when he failed to return from the rounds. "Prior to that, Muhammad Azim Nazri had borrowed a motorcycle from an estate worker about 11am to carry out his rounds," he said in a statement here today.
Sky News
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Civil partnerships should be open to everybody. What is next for you? The appeal lost so narrowly. The Government is effectively on borrowed time. This discrimination cannot continue indefinitely. We need to hear from the Government as to whether they are going to listen to cross a body -- cross-party support in parliament. This is a straightforward measure that would be good for children and families, civil partnerships should be available for all.
BBC Parliament
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-- reconciled. In a globalising world and in a union with five times more members than the original group, it'll take a real effort of historical imagination and reinvention. But without it, EU is living on borrowed time. This was written by Professor Lazar, the professor of industry at Columbia University in the state of.
Mondoweiss
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The following day I went to another synagogue, an even smaller one, rather cozy and comfortable. People feel quite at home there, serve tea in the beginning of the services, and wine with a variety of cookies right before the reading of the Torah. Like in most non-Ashkenazi synagogues, congregants lead the services and read the Torah without the help of hired manpower. There was a lot of back-patting and kissing, and, the women are seated in the back, without a partition (with the exception of the main synagogue that does have a partition about 80 cm high). Women participate in all the three daily services, not only on the Sabbath, and most of them pray and seem familiar with the liturgy. My friend took me home for both meals with his parents and sister. Unlike my friend and his sister who speak fluent English, their parents speak only Persian and we could exchange just a few words, usually borrowed from prayers or the Torah.
The Guardian - Sport
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British sprinter suffered false start in Sheffield in borrowed shoesReigning European Indoor 60m champion likely to gain discretionary place The British sprinter Richard Kilty fears he was the victim of sabotage after his racing spikes were stolen from the call room at last weekend’s indoor trials. The reigning European indoor 60m champion had to borrow a friend’s shoes, which he believes contributed to a false start in the final in Sheffield – and left him relying on the discretion of the UK Athletics selectors on Monday for a place in next month’s championships Belgrade. “My spikes were actually stolen from the call room,” Kilty said. “I didnt want to make any excuses for my false start at the time but literally everything was going smoothly, I headed to the call room and my spikes werent there. The physios tipped up every bed and bag but they werent there so my mind was going a million miles an hour. Continue reading...
The Economic Times
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He borrowed some Rs 4,000 from his sister which could be used for renting a house. But I refused to leave Ponka. On the fateful day of April 2, 1983, my husband had an early dinner at home. After the dinner, as a routine, I gave him betel nut. That was the last time we were together. He was one of 30 people guarding our village that night, as there were high tensions between us and the villagers of Rajabari Borgoria (a nearby village, with many villagers being immigrants from Bangladesh). That was the time when the Assam agitation against illegal immigrants from Bangladesh was at its peak. On that night, we heard the sound of gunshots. All of us, including my mother-in-law, went out, but did not find anything. Someone told us that all those who were guarding the village were arrested by police (on suspicion that they were involved in the burning of houses in Rajabari Borgoria village).
Sputnik International
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In early February a Florida college student thought a parking block near his car was moving, but was equally startled to discover that it was actually an 11-foot snake. Ross Price was preparing to head home after studying at Nova Southeastern University, when he saw a reticulated python slide under the car he had borrowed from his roommate.
Max Keizer
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The Huffington Post
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Forbes
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This week I heard from a student in her third year of medical school. To date, she has borrowed more than $100,000 to fund her education. She is in the top 10% of her class, with honors in all of her subjects and high scores on her national exams.
Mashable
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You don't own your iPhone. Not really, anyway: The software updates are administered by Apple, and if you break your touchscreen, the company does everything in its power to make sure you have to visit Apple's licensed stores to fix it. Each little screw holding the device together is a special, proprietary design you won't find in any standard toolbox. When you power on, you're doing so at Apple's mercyno matter how many hundreds of dollars you paid for your iPhone. Your gadget's on borrowed time. It's just inevitable, at this point, that the device will be laid out by some future iOS update, or a touchscreen that short circuits after taking a spill on your bathroom tile. Read more... More about Ifixit , Right To Repair , Iphone , Apple , and Tech
Forbes
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This week I heard from a student in her third year of medical school. To date, she has borrowed more than $100,000 to fund her education. She is in the top 10% of her class, with honors in all of her subjects and high scores on her national exams.
Ars Technica
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The Economic Times
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MUMBAI: The Bombay High Court has dismissed the winding up petition against Ruchi Soya Industries, the country's largest soya oil producer, which borrowed about Rs 200 crore from private sector lender IDFC Bank, the petitioner in the legal battle. “In the facts of this case, I am satisfied that the respondent-company which has a temporary set back and is making a sincere attempt of its revival with the assistance of large number of the creditors, it would not be desirable and in the interest of all the creditors including the petitioner to pass any order of winding up against the respondent-company at this stage,” said justice R R Dhanuka in his judgement. IDFC Bank filed the petition in July last year after Ruchi Soya had failed to repay its short term credit. On May 21 last year, the respondent Ruchi Soya informed Bombay Stock Exchange that it would be convening a meeting on 30th May, 2016 recommending dividend for the financial year.
Sky News
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Among people who had the lowest vitamin D levels to start with, we saw a 50% reduction. I.e., the risk of coughs, colds and flu reduced by half if you take a vitamin D supplement if you have a low level to start with. Hundreds of thousands of elderly people who need help to get out of bed, dress and eat are not being cared for properly because the Government does not class them as eligible for social care. A report by Age UK warns that 1.2 million people aged over 65 do not get the help they need and that the social care system is living on borrowed time.
Sky News
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A new report by the charity warns 1.2 people people over the age of 65 don't get the help they need and they say that the social care system is living on borrowed time. The UK's children commissioners have written to the government urging them to overturn the decision to end the scheme to bring child refugees to Britain.
Sky News
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A report by Age UK out today warns 1.2 people over the age of 65 don't get the help they need and they say that the social care system is living on borrowed time. We will have more on that later on this morning here on Sunrise. Perhaps you're one of the relatives that has to look after an elderly person in your family. Do you think the government should be given you more support? Not just physically but financially as well. The UK's children commissioners have written to the government urging them to overturn the decision to end that scheme bringing child refugees to Britain £.
BBC News 24
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Citing an anonymous source, the paper says that Kim Jong-nam felt he was living on "borrowed time." The Financial Times reports on a visit to Oman by the Iranian President, Hassan Rouhani. It says it's the first visit to a Gulf country since the president took office in 2013, and is a sign that Tehran is seeking to ease tensions with Saudi Arabia by calling for a ceasefire in Yemen.