The Economic Times
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The CBI is currently probing the `Vyapam scam', a massive admission and recruitment racket which came to light a few years ago.
RT YouTube
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Derby Telegraph
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Derby County midfielder Callum Guy has impressed so far during his loan spell with League One strugglers Port Vale. The 20-year-old joined Vale in January on a deal until the end of the season. So far, he has made 11 appearances for the club, including 10 starts, though he is currently recovering from a hamstring injury. READ MORE: Rams defender out of the season following surgeryMichael Baggaley covers Port Vale for the Stoke Sentinel - we asked for his verdict on the Rams...
Western Morning News
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A vehicle is stuck in a ditch at the side of a main road after hitting a tree and spilling diesel across the lane.The vehicle, reported to be a lorry, collided into a bush before hitting the tree, which toppled over, partially blocking the road. It is currently stuck in a ditch in a layby a few miles up the A361 link road between Barnstaple and South Molton.Police were called by the driver at 1.40pm and are at the scene. An ambulance was called to check on the driver, but he did not suffer any...
Ars Technica
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PC Pro
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Currently, US consumer data privacy is overseen by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission – you may remember them from Family Guy ). Under the proposed laws the FCC’s consumer-privacy protection would be completely stripped back. See related Shapes and constellations: An interview with Super Hexagon creator Terry Cavanagh Augmented reality’s future lies in the 1930s avant-garde Meet the writers pushing literature into the smartphone age The bill is ringing alarm bells for several Democrats who feel it would be an attack on consumer rights. They say it would favour companies such as ATT, Comcast and Verizon over American citizens. Part of the concern has come from the type of data these companies have access to. Browsing data is up for grabs, but the FCC claims they also have access to geographic data, health info or social security numbers (NI numbers to you and me).
Mashable
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Apple's online store is currently down, but we don't expect any surprises when it comes back at exactly 11:01 a.m. ET (8:01 a.m PT). Instead, the company's new PRODUCT(RED) iPhone , as well as the new $329 iPad tablet, will become available for order. SEE ALSO: Future iPhones and iPads could have stretchy screens On Tuesday, Apple announced that the PRODUCT(RED) iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will become available for order today in more than 40 countries, including the U.S. The shipping time is end of March. Image: Apple Besides being red with an aluminum back finish, the new iPhone 7 is otherwise exactly the same as the regular model. However, by buying it you support a good cause: Apple donates a portion of the proceeds from all PRODUCT(RED) devices to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS. Read more... More about Tech , Apple , Product Red , Iphone , and Tech
BBC Parliament
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and scientific evaluation. But I think it is fair to say that we understand that that guidance has not been updated now since 2011. There have been set of really quite rapid changes to the technology here. Better surgical procedures as well, and more evidence of the cost effectiveness. I'm very pleased to say, you did not mention this in his speech but it is a fact, add nothing to do with anything I have done, that Nice are currently reviewing their guidance. That review is due to.
BBC Parliament
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BBC Parliament
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loss, and 360,000, with severe hearing loss, who might benefit from implantation at any one time. Yet as I have said before, and the Minister is where, only 5% receive CIs. The UK is currently one of the most restrictive tests across Europe. In this country it is not until.
Ashford Herald
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Ruptly TV
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Many people would die to have access to public transport right at their doorstep. However, the location of one railway station in Chongqing might be pushing that sentiment to the extreme - residents of an apartment block in China’s ‘Mountain Citycurrently have a train running straight through their building. The Chongqing Rail Transit No. 2, which could be seen coming and going from the block of flats on Friday, passes directly through the middle of a 19 storey apartment building. The residents are able to catch the train without leaving their block, boarding and exiting its carriages from their very own station located between the sixth and eighth floor. Yang Lijuan, Resident of Chongqing (Mandarin): "The first floor to the sixth is the shop, the sixth floor to the eighth floor is the light rail station." Yang Lijuan, Resident of Chongqing (Mandarin): "They are built together, they planted the pillars first, and then built the house according to the light rail pillars.
Bristol Post
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The Economic Times
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Last year, RB had stated that India would soon be among its top three markets globally, with health and hygiene business led by power brands such as Dettol, Harpic and Durex expected to drive growth in the country. Jindal said that for RB India, rural markets will continue to be a big driver, with small volume sachets slated to play a key role. "We expect a growth rate of 32-35 per cent in rural areas," he said. The company will also introduce more brands from its global portfolio to drive its growth and foray into new sectors. As part of the strategy, the company today introduced new 'Durex Jeans' condoms under its sexual well-being brand Durex. RB India is also looking to consolidate its position in the contraceptive market. Jindal said that currently the Indian condom market is around Rs 1,300 crore and RB India has an 8 per cent share. "In most of the countries in which we operate, Durex has 60-70 per cent market share," he said, hinting at the company's ambitions in the segment in India.
The Iran Project
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But the role of the president in Iran is still great, and now there is a serious struggle for the presidency in the republic between the reformist forces supporting Hassan Rouhani and the radical conservatives opposing them. In general, we can say that two worldviews and ideologies are colliding. Of course, everyone expects that Hassan Rouhani will win the elections once again, especially since much depends on Ali Khamenei's will, but his victory does not have an absolute guarantee. Therefore, Rouhani's visit to Moscow is largely a pre-election step. In Iran, there are groups opposing the fair rapprochement between Russia and Iran, and Rouhani tries to show how important and interesting for Iran are trade, economic and military-political ties with Russia just on the eve of the elections. In your estimation, how does the Russian government currently assess Hassan Rouhani as an Iranian leader? I think it is positive.
USA Today - Top Stories
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Bristol Post
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Collective Evolution
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Chronic exposure to chemical pesticides has been linked to cancer, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s, sterility, developmental disorders, and hormone disruption. Sustainable Pulse reports: The experts particularly emphasized the obligation of States to protect the rights of children from hazardous pesticides. . . . The experts warn that certain pesticides can persist in the environment for decades and pose a threat to the entire ecological system on which food production depends. . . . The experts say the use of neonicotinoid pesticides is particularly worrying because they are accused of being responsible for a systematic collapse in the number of bees around the world. Such a collapse, they say, threatens the very basis of agriculture as 71% of crop species are bee-pollinated. While acknowledging that certain international treaties currently offer protection from the use of a few pesticides, they stressed that a global treaty to regulate the vast majority of them throughout their life cycle does not yet exist, leaving a critical gap in the human rights protection framework.
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There are currently around six miles of queues
Variety
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Collective Evolution
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Chronic exposure to chemical pesticides has been linked to cancer, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s, sterility, developmental disorders, and hormone disruption. Sustainable Pulse reports: The experts particularly emphasized the obligation of States to protect the rights of children from hazardous pesticides. . . . The experts warn that certain pesticides can persist in the environment for decades and pose a threat to the entire ecological system on which food production depends. . . . The experts say the use of neonicotinoid pesticides is particularly worrying because they are accused of being responsible for a systematic collapse in the number of bees around the world. Such a collapse, they say, threatens the very basis of agriculture as 71% of crop species are bee-pollinated. While acknowledging that certain international treaties currently offer protection from the use of a few pesticides, they stressed that a global treaty to regulate the vast majority of them throughout their life cycle does not yet exist, leaving a critical gap in the human rights protection framework.
Phys.Org
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