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Samsung Electronics CEO Kwon Oh-hyun to retire after March 2018


He played a major role in strengthening Samsung Electronics' position in the memory chips business across the world. While Samsung was battered a year ago following the Galaxy Note 7 debacle , it seems to have bounced back and will soon announce a much rosier financial position. Read More »

Paris Mayor Plans To Eliminate All Non-Electric Cars By 2030

Diesel-powered vehicles are actually set to be outlawed in Paris before their gas-powered equivalents. Paris will encourage commuters who don't walk, bike or use public transportation to switch to electric cars. Plans to phase out internal combustion vehicles by foreign cities and countries have recently prompted calls for similar action in the U.S.; California governor Jerry Brown has called for the state to phase out sales of gas- and diesel-engined cars before the 2040 targets ... Read More »

Bhandup By-election Results: BJP's Jagruti Patil Wins By


Mumbai BJP president Ashish Shelar said on Thursday the party's victory in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) bypoll was an endorsement by voters of the development agenda being pursued by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis . Read More »

Doctor Curses at Patient, Tells Her to Get Out


During the incident in the waiting room, Gallogly charges toward Stipe, shouting and jabbing a pointed finger toward her face. Police in Florida are looking into a doctor who yelled at a sick woman after she raised questions about the length of her wait before being seen. Read More »

New England Patriots move up ESPN NFL Power Rankings


The Patriots are 4-3 at MetLife Stadium, and Brady, who supplanted Drew Bledsoe as New England's quarterback in Week 2 of the 2001 season against the Jets , is 24-8 against them. New England enters this week still ranked at the bottom of the league in total defense (allowing 447.2 yards per game) and pass defense (323 yards per game). Read More »

67 deaths from West Nile virus reported in US


The Richland County Vector Control Department said because of the recent spike in West Nile virus-infected mosquitoes, it's monitoring the county and treating standing water to control mosquito larvae, submitting mosquitoes from trap collections for viral testing and working with multiple outlets to promote public awareness. Read More »

Local health officials encouraging flu shots

As a semi-tropical country, seasonal influenza viruses continue to appear throughout the year in the Sultanate. The symptoms of Influenza start to show two days after exposure to the virus: a cough, sore throat, runny nose or blockage, body and muscle aches, headaches, tiredness, vomiting and diarrhoea in some people and especially in children. Read More »

Missouri gets grace period for Real ID license compliance


In the meantime, the state has been granted the grace period while the Department of Homeland Security decides whether to give Missouri another extension. Smith said he remains hopeful that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will follow through on promises to work with Minnesota as it implements the law. Read More »

High school student SUSPENDED for refusing to stand for Pledge of Allegiance


Now India is suing Winderfern High School. Landry's mother, Izzy Landry, says she recorded a phone call of the principal telling her that India was expelled because of her refusal to stand. India stopped standing for the Pledge of Allegiance because she felt like it goes against what it stands for. She knows her decision. Nicole Ray, a spokeswoman for the school district said she was not aware of the lawsuit and noted a "student will not be removed from campus for refusing to stand for the ... Read More »

Cabinet approves revised pay scale for university teachers


States will get the Centre's support and all the benefits will be paid from January 1, 2016. The government had approved the recommendation of the 7th pay commission for the pay hike. For the state government-funded institutions, the revised pay scales will require adoption by the respective state governments. In money terms, teachers can expect their salary to go up by anything between Rs 10,000 to Rs 50,000. Read More »

Crowley Maritime Trucks Continue to Aid Puerto Rico

The island of more than 3 million people is a territory of the United States and in the aftermath of the hurricane, the mayor of San Juan was critical of the USA government's response. she was the lone voice that we saw, and of course that's the only voice the media wanted to talk to", said the President. Later, Cruz wore a short emblazoned with the word "NASTY" for an interview with Univision. Read More »

You can't use your old pound coins after THIS WEEKEND

The Post Office have also moved to reassure customers that they will be able to exchange old £1s after the 15th, saying: "We would like to reassure anyone who is unclear on what to do with their old £1 coins that the Post Office is here for you". Read More »

Miley Cyrus joins James Corden for 'Carpool Karaoke


Between all these revelations, Miley and James belted out some of her hits, including "The Climb", "Party in the U.S.A.', "Wrecking Ball" and 'Malibu ", and not that she needed to but Cyrus really proved she has some serious pipes. I totally f**king wrecked The Voice sound trailer!' But I was mic'd! Miley Cyrus performing "Blurred Lines" with Robin Thicke at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards . Read More »

Happy Birthday, Big B!!


Actor Amitabh Bachchan won many accolades in his career spanning over four decades and which also includes four National Film Awards. The Bollywood superstar had said that in India if an earthen lamp gets blown out, it is considered inauspicious, so why we blow out candles on the birthdays of our near and dear ones. Read More »

Namibia: Hippos Killed By Possible Anthrax Outbreak


However, the recent incident has baffled authorities as the deaths followed in quick succession. Some of the carcasses were partially submerged with only their heads visible above the water. "As we speak, the number of deaths is 109". The minister added that he would be alarmed if there were any further hippo deaths at the national park, which is one of the country's foremost tourist attractions. Read More »

Don't say Love Jihad every now and then: Kerala HC


The counter-terror agency says it has recorded statement of three women who say they were lured to convert to Islam. "Is it fair and right for the Kerala government to move the Supreme Court to say that you don't allow NIA, we are doing our job". Read More »

Giggs the next Wales boss?


A group of the more experienced members of the Wales squad held a meeting with Coleman immediately after the defeat to Ireland to express their wish that he stays in the post he has occupied since January 2012. I can't give anybody an answer right now. "I wanted to concentrate on getting results". My contract's until the summer. "It's six years I've been in charge, or coming up to it at Christmas, and I can't say right now about my future because I'm not thinking about it. Read More »

Utah girl jumps for joy upon learning of her adoption


She said she's spent the last two years wishing that a judge would allow her foster parents to become her forever parents. In a now-viral Instagram post, Alexander shared footage of the moment caught by the school's security cameras. In 12 years at this activity, this is by a wide margin my best minute ever! "I can't even describe that hug", said Alexander. Tannah's joy is apparent in the video, where she leaps into Alexander's arms, kicking her legs up and down. Read More »

Clinical trial myths during breast cancer awareness month


While this is the figure given to all women with a BRCA gene mutation, experts say that cancer risks are more complicated than that, and vary from person to person. Now many women who carry high-risk breast cancer genes choose to have breast removal surgery in order to reduce their risk of developing the disease. Read More »

Mike Ditka to Black people: 'No oppression in the last 100 years'


Ditka, known for his outspoken conservative viewpoints on and off the gridiron, in the past has taken on Colin Kaepernick , telling the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback and others who "disrespects this country and the flag" to "get the hell out", and calling President Obama the "worst" president ever. Read More »

Budget 2018: What You Need To Know


The Sugar Tax has now been announced. € 1.83 billion has been announced for housing in 2018. There'll be a €5 increase per week in all weekly social welfare payments, which will take effect from the last week of March 2018. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said there would be "no fireworks" and no "big bonanza" as Budget 2018 was unveiled today. The tax will more than double from 3% to 7% if the land is held untouched for a second or subsequent years. Read More »

Bethesda Takes a Stance on The New Colossus' "Not My America" Ad


Fans of Wolfenstein were quick to support the franchise. "We aren't going to shy away from what the game is about", he continued. "He defined it as a "pure coincidence" that Nazis are marching in the streets of America this year" and made it clear that "When it comes to Nazis, you can put us [Bethesda-Ed] down in the "against" column". Read More »