The Daily Populous

Saturday May 20th, 2023 evening edition

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A Nevada computer scientist has gone to federal court to pursue the $5 million prize he is owed by MyPillow chief executive Mike Lindell following a ruling by private arbitrators last month.

In their April 19 decision, they gave Lindell’s firm, Lindell Management, 30 days to pay.

Zeidman’s attorneys on Friday filed a petition in federal district court in Minnesota to force Lindell to pay the prize, plus interest of 10 percent a year.

They are asking a judge to confirm the legitimacy of the arbitrators’ award and to enter a $5 million judgment against Lindell’s firm.

“There are no circumstances under which I’m letting him run away with that money,” said Brian Glasser, one of Zeidman’s attorneys.

They’re just doing this trying to discredit the evidence and the evidence is all there,” he said in an interview Friday.

In their decision, the arbitrators said Zeidman proved that Lindell’s material “unequivocally did not reflect November 2020 election data.”. »

Middle Powers: don't write off Britain and Japan

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As the interviewer Harry Lambert observed, Sir Simon thought little of the idea that Britain can act collectively alongside other ‘middle powers’.

Ironically, Japan, which according to McDonald is faring better than Britain, regularly invites similar views.

Such an assumption misses, however, what middle powers like Britain and Japan have proven to do best. »

India, U.S. Discuss Co-Producing Jet Engines, Long-Range Artillery, Infantry Vehicles

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Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's official state visit to the USA, officials of both countries have intensified their discussions on co-producing jet engines, long-range artillery, and infantry vehicles under the Initiative on Critical and Emerging Technologies.

India's National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and U.S. NSA Jake Sullivan launched iCET earlier this year.

Hicks underscored the importance of the U.S.-India relationship as critical for promoting peace and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific and beyond. »

Russia: Giving F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine a ‘colossal risk’

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Western countries will be running “colossal risks” if they supply Ukraine with F-16 fighter jets, a Russian official says.

Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has for months called for the supply of advanced fighter jets to support Ukraine’s defences against Russia’s invasion.

The United States has insisted it is sending weapons to Ukraine to defend itself and has discouraged attacks by Ukraine into Russian territory. »