Beijing Bulletin
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Letter spells out demands Modi met Apple CEO Tim Cook last May and discussed iPhone production in India. Where any plant would be located and how many people it might employ have ye
Washington Free Beacon
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Donald Trump's inaugural address was a stirring call for national unity and a declaration of war against the establishment in Washington, DC. The speech was vintage Trump: politically incorrect, critical of both parties, amped up, biting, strongly delivered, and wildly ambitious. Anyone who believed Trump would change his beliefs or style when he assumed the office of the presidency was proven wrong. He's not going to change. And he's not going to let up. Trump espoused his worldview in remarkably few words. He is a vituperative critic of the post-Cold War international system. Where the architects of that system see it as a bulwark of stability and global prosperity, Trump sees it as diminishing the United States in favor of foreign countries and an international class of wealthy political and financial elites. Washington has been serving its own interests, he said, and not the people's.
Bournemouth Daily Echo
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THE first British competitor to claim victory in the 'world's toughest motorcycle race' said he's faced "heavy times" in his fight to be the best.
Daily Express - Travel
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Sky News
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Very good to talk to you. Thanks very much indeed. The final touches are being put in place ahead of Donald Trump's inauguration tomorrow and ahead of it he's had some advice from the outgoing President. Barack Obama warned him that reality has a way of biting back, as our US correspondent Cordelia Lynch reports.
Autocar
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The changes in Meeke are stark. Gone is the nail-biting anxiety every time the Dungannon man moves into the lead of a rally; there’s no need to hold your breath any more. Come out from behind your hands, Meeke is the real deal now. There will, of course, still be moments of frustration, fluster and flummox, but a towering victory in Finland last year revealed a far truer representation of his and co-driver Paul Nagle’s capabilities. Meeke knew it all along. “I’d always said this was possible if I got a chance,” Meeke says. “If you look at my career, all the way along it’s been about a one-off drive here or maybe half a chance there. I knew that once I had the security of a longterm agreement…” His voice quietens and he checks himself ahead of making too bold a prediction about the season ahead. Team principal Yves Matton has already shown a degree of conservatism in laying out his plans for the year ahead – a year that marks the introduction of faster, more powerful cars, including Citroën’s new C3 WRC .
TIME - Top Stories
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And as I indicated in some of my previous remarks, reality has a way of biting back if you're not paying attention to it. With respect to the inauguration, I'm not going to comment on those issues. All I know is I'm going to be there. So is Michelle. And I have been checking the weather and I'm heartened by the fact that it won't be as cold as my first inauguration. (LAUGHTER) Because that was cold. Janna Rodriguez (ph)? QUESTION: (inaudible), Mr. President (inaudible). You have said that you would come back and fight for the Dreamers. You said that a couple of weeks ago. Are you fearful for the status of those Dreamers the future of the young immigrants and all immigrants in this country, with a new administration? And what did you mean when you said you would come back? Would you lobby Congress? Maybe explore the political arena again? And if I may ask a second question: Why did you take action on (inaudible) a week ago? OBAMA: Well, let me be absolutely clear.
Sky News
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As I indicated in some of my previous remarks, reality has anyway biting back if you are not paying attention to it. With respect to the inauguration, I'm not going to comment on this issue. All I know is I am going to be there and so is Michelle. I have been checking the weather and I am heartened by the fact it won't be as cold as my first inauguration because that was cold.
Petrolicious
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Since he was the only driver, he was required to exit the car, shut the door, raise his hand, then get back in the car, but his door had locked itself! What followed was about 15 minutes of absolute terror. He and his Austin A40 were gaining on our Riley, now nursing a blown head gasket, at about 8 seconds per lap. At one point, we had calculated that he was going to overtake us, and if there had been one more lap in the race, he would have. We were going steady, wondering, nail biting, if we would take the victory. It came down to the last three laps and we had about 20 seconds in hand, but Mr. Jordan was catching up, still gaining around 8 seconds per lap. It came down to the final lap and he was just 5 seconds behind as they crossed the line for the penultimate time. Mike dived around the outside of Ding into the final corner. Almost instinctively, Ding locked up the front wheels, which gave Mike a bit of a scare, so he backed out of the move.
Daily Express - Life
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A VIDEO uploaded to IMGUR of a car sliding on ice is a nail-biting watch as the end of the clip sees the driver and passenger try to jump out of the moving car.
BBC News 24
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I wondered why there were huge crowds outside the BBC earlier. It is because Chris Eakin is here, you may recognise him. Good to have you with us! Delighted to be back. Let's talk about the race. In terms of where we are right now, this is nail-biting stuff.
Dover Express
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Mashable
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Who would have thought that President-elect Donald Trump, who has made headlines with his rants , fights , spelling errors and wrong mentions on Twitter actually dislikes the social network? SEE ALSO: After Trump's comments, the wrong John Lewis is getting buried in tweets It would seem like biting the hand that feeds you, considering that he has 20 million followers . But that's exactly what Trump said during an interview on Fox News' Fox & Friends : "I don't like tweeting," Trump said. "I have other things I could be doing. But I get very dishonest media, very dishonest press. And it's my only way that I can counteract." Read more... More about Press Photo , Media , Twitter , Donald Trump , and Social Media
ITV
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.. It's not what it looks like. You were gonna eat him without me, weren't you? Now the biting makes sense! (whispers) Psst! Scott's home early. Experian know life is full of important steps.
Daily Express - Life
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A VIDEO uploaded to IMGUR of a car sliding on ice is a nail-biting watch as the end of the clip sees the driver and passenger try to jump out of the moving car.
The Economic Times
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Having posted growth of above 7 per cent for six consecutive quarters, India's GDP is expected to have expanded just 6.5 per cent in the October-December quarter - the weakest in nearly three years.
South China Morning Post
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Hong Kongs Marco Fu survived a nail-biting first round clash at the Masters as he fought back from three frames down to defeat Judd Trump 6-5 on Tuesday. Fu trailed throughout a thrilling encounter, but kept his nerve to draw level before sealing an epic escape with his third century break of the afternoon in the final frame at Alexandra Palace. World number four Trump took the opener with a century before adding the next two after Fu failed to make the most of his opportunities. Fu, a...
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ITV
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Further north and west, 10, 11, 12C achievable. Cold in the Midlands and Lincolnshire. Biting cold air from the east. The outlook is dry and cloudy and mild in the North. For the weather where you are in detail go to the website. You're watching Good Morning Britain. Coming up: Is your boss spying on you? Find out how your employer could be using high tech devices to track your social media and even your toilet breaks.
BBC One South
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It suits everyone. Drivers earn more, and companies can employ fewer people, saving them money overall. But an overtime ban by the drivers' union is biting hard on Southern. Even on days with no strike, like today, it means around one in four services are cancelled.
Dover Express
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A developer of nine flats in Tunbridge Wells has responded to biting satire from The Forum which poked fun at noise problems it believes the new neighbours will suffer. The Forum sent up the spiel from Amberley Homes (Kent) Ltd for its luxury flats a stone's throw away which it said should never have been built near its loud music venue. Nine flats including a penthouse have been built beside London Road and Tunbridge Wells Common, where the music venue sits on Fonthill.Royal Springs described...
South China Morning Post
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A customer found a pearl while eating a barbecued oyster at a restaurant in western China and now plans on putting it in a ring, according to a newspaper report. The man from Chengdu in Sichuan province found the pea-sized gem after biting into an oyster and hearing a cracking sound on his teeth, the Chengdu Commercial Daily said. He at first thought it was a piece of gravel, but on closer inspection found it was a pearl, the article said. He was quoted as saying that it was an auspicious start...