The Economic Times
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“To that regard, powered by larger capacity on the supply side as well as innovative pricing, it would look to disrupt the fixed broadband business similar to its disruption of the mobile business,” Dhamija added. Jio’s moves around JioFiber is similar to the steps it took in the run up to the mobile services launch. There, too, it started by offering trial services, followed by commercial launch in September 2016 and free initial offers that extended up to six months. That helped the company sign up a net 100 million users in a record 170 days. Though it has started to charge subscribers, tariffs are still sharply lower compared with those of rivals. The JioFiber network is capable to carry data speed up to 100 Mbps. It is currently being rolled out in at least 10 large cities, including all metros, in addition to Delhi’s satellite towns of Noida and Gurgaon.
The Economic Times
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“To that regard, powered by larger capacity on the supply side as well as innovative pricing, it would look to disrupt the fixed broadband business similar to its disruption of the mobile business,” Dhamija added. Jio’s moves around JioFiber is similar to the steps it took in the run up to the mobile services launch. There, too, it started by offering trial services, followed by commercial launch in September 2016 and free initial offers that extended up to six months. That helped the company sign up a net 100 million users in a record 170 days. Though it has started to charge subscribers, tariffs are still sharply lower compared with those of rivals. The JioFiber network is capable to carry data speed up to 100 Mbps. It is currently being rolled out in at least 10 large cities, including all metros, in addition to Delhi’s satellite towns of Noida and Gurgaon.
Daily Express - Football
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Channel 4
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of this campaign. So when it comes to trusting in a track record I think you will find that she's on a hiding to nothing! But the key questions of this election are, what will Theresa May do about social care. Because we know that she hasn't just done a U-turn on this, she has refused to come clean with the British people about where that cup will be set. What will she do about 10 million pensioners who are losing their winter fuel payments?.
Channel 4
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could well be where it happens. And you can see Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn in the Battle For Number 10 here on Channel 4 at 8:30pm. Many of the choices in this election are familiar ones -.
ESPN Cricinfo - Live Scores
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Channel 4
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reality, which is that if I lose just six seats, my government loses its majority. So that could mean in ten days' time a government in chaos, Jeremy Corbyn in Number 10... Audience he.
Channel 4
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remember, 52 people still remain in hospital. 19 of those are in critical condition. It is a reminder that this city is still very much grieving, and it will take time for it to heal. But tonight they will get together at 10:31, the.
Channel 4
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a few hours in this square, there will be silenced. At 10:31, exactly a week since terror struck. In honour of its 22 dead, somehow this city is finding the words and the resolve to go on
The Guardian - Network Front
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Rolling coverage of Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn being interviewed by Jeremy Paxman and a studio audience on the Sky/Channel 4 News Battle for No 10 election programme. 7.01pm BST Jeremy Corbyn has again come under attack for appearing to countenance a second Scottish independence referendum after again failing to stick to Scottish Labour’s strict script robustly rejecting another vote on the issue. The Labour leader faced Tory claims he was plotting a “sweetheartdeal with Nicola Sturgeon after he was quizzed by Bauer and Global radio at the end of his short visit to Scotland on what stance he would take with Sturgeon’s demands for a second independence vote in under two years. . @ConnorGillies and myself were given just a few minutes with Jeremy Corbyn last night but this is what was said https://t.co/xcJiMu2UCC Theresa May says now is not the time for another independence referendum.
Channel 4
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And I'm in St Ann's Square in Manchester. Tonight at 10:31, the exact time of last week's bombing, people will gather here to pay their respects to those who lost their lives
BBC One Wales
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most of us it is sunny and dry with temperatures getting up to about 19 Celsius. Our next bulletin is at 10:30pm tonight. That's Wales Today. From all of us on the programme, good evening
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Ars Technica
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I was an ensign aboard the USS Iowa, which was taking part in a joint military exercise with the Turkish military called Display Determination '87, a rehearsal for a reinforcement of Turkish forces by US Army, Navy, and Marine units in the event of a Soviet invasion. From off the Turkish coast in Saros Bay, the Iowa was to provide shore bombardment in advance of a Marine amphibious landing. But the helicopter we had used to put our Marine forward observer in the air the day before was "tits-up," as they say, and we needed eyes in the sky for the final bombardment. Read 10 remaining paragraphs | Comments
ESPN Cricinfo - Live Scores
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BBC News 24
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And you can see more from the Panorama special tonight: The Manchester Attack - Terror at the Arena. That's at 8:30pm here on BBC1. There's more throughout the evening on the BBC News Channel, we are back with the late news at 10:00pm
ESPN Cricinfo - Live Scores
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The Guardian - Network Front
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All the action from round the grounds as there were wins for Glamorgan and Kent, and Kumar Sangakkara missed out on a record-equalling century in Surrey’s draw with Essex 6.35pm BST Wow. Another great round of action. What a shame that Sanga didnt do it, but what a pleasure to watch him bat as much as I have over the last 10 days. Dont bet against him scoring six at some stage this season... He has eight more games, so there’s always a chance. Anyway. There were two big results in Div Two today, as Kent thrashed Sussex and Glamorgan pulled off a superb chase against Durham to record their first win of the season. Durham’s wait must go on. A word for Paul Collingwood, who declared eight short of becoming the first man to score twin tons for Durham, all in a game that saw him turn 41 on the opening day. Mad scenes. Results: 6.18pm BST Crunch GLAMORGAN WIN A THRILLER Selman smashes 6️⃣, 6️⃣, 2️⃣ off the final over to secure @GlamCricket the victory pic.twitter.com/CpohCybNF5 Continue reading...
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The Event Chronicle
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Another ongoing astronomical mystery in need of a few clues is the question of the corona's odd temperature. The Sun's photosphere is a touch over 5,500 degrees Celsius (over 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit), yet this toasty temperature soars up to several million degrees as it turns into the corona. While there are hypotheses as to why this radical heating occurs, more evidence could establish the cause. If you're a big fan of solar astronomy, jump onto NASA TV on Wednesday, 3pm Greenwich Mean Time (11am Eastern Daylight Time; 1am Australian Eastern Standard Time) to hear for yourself what the researchers are planning. This article ( NASA is about to make a big announcement about a new mission to touch the Sun ) was originally published on Science Alert and syndicated by The Event Chronicle .
Liverpool Echo
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Assessing 10 of the targets who didnt quite manage to make it to Goodison
Bleacher Report
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Lonzo Ball and the other top prospects in the 2017 NBA draft command where the attention goes and what storylines shape the event itself. It's not often fringe players receive the same attentionbut it's a worthwhile endeavor. Look at last year for a brief example. A guy by the name of Malcolm Brogdon out of Virginia classified in this manner and slipped to pick No. 36. He landed with the Milwaukee Bucks, where he went on to average 26.4 minutes per game and contribute 10.4 points and 4.2 assists on 45.7 percent shooting from the floor. Not every fringe player finds as much success, of course, but he's a good example of what such a player can quickly become while those drafted above him do little. Here's a look at a fresh mock and a few of these fringe opening-round candidates to keep in mind. 2017 NBA Mock Draft Fringe 1st-Round Prospects to Watch Jordan Bell , F, Oregon Typically the difference between a player drafted in the top 10 and one flirting with the first round at all is upside.
The Iran Project
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Since October 2016, Iraqi army soldiers and allied volunteer fighters have been leading a major operation to recapture Mosul. They took control of eastern Mosul in January and the push for the western side, separated from the east by the Tigris River, commenced in February. Latest figures show that Daesh has control of less than 10 percent of the city, mainly in the north of the densely-populated Old City. However, the liberation of the last militant-held patches proved more difficult than previously expected, as Takfiri terrorists have dug in among civilians and are fiercely fighting back with explosive-laden vehicles, booby traps, mortar fire and snipers. Furthermore, army tanks and heavy vehicles are incapable of passing through the Old City's narrow and maze-like streets. Rasool also noted that the Iraqi aircraft had dropped thousands of leaflets over the Old Mosul and several other areas of the city overnight, urging citizens to leave toward our security forces.
France 24
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"The top five percent (of cities per population) could see increases in temperatures of about 8 C and larger," study co-author Francisco Estrada of the Institute for Environmental Studies in the Netherlands told AFP. Estrada and a team used different projections of average planetary warming, combined with the UHI effect and potential harms, to estimate the future costs of warming on cities. The median city, right in the middle of the range, stands to lose between 1.4 and 1.7 percent of GDP per year by 2050 and between 2.3 and 5.6 percent by 2100, they concluded. "For the worst-off city, losses could reach up to 10.9 percent of GDP by 2100," wrote the team. UHI "significantly" increases city temperatures and economic losses from global warming, they added. This meant that local actions to reduce UHI -- such as planting more trees or cooling roofs and pavements, can make a big difference in limiting warming and minimising costs.