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euronews
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BBC News 24
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The event's organisers say an investigation is under way into the incident which happened yesterday. The 40-year-old man has not been named, but the authorities say his family has been informed.
The Economic Times
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BENGALURU: Infosys has "released" 8,000-9,000 employees in the past one year because of automation of lower-end jobs, the company's human resources head Krishnamurthy Shankar said. He said these employees are now working on more advanced projects."We have been releasing about 2,000 people every quarter and also training them in special courses that will help them in their new assignments," Shankar said on the sidelines of an event organised by the Bengaluru chapter of Global Shapers, a body backed by the World Economic Forum.Shankar, who joined from Philips in 2015, added that with automation set to increase in intensity, the number of people it hires will come down over time.It's actually coming down already, though all of it may not be a reflection of automation and is likely also to be the result of the company not doing as well this fiscal as it expected.
RT USA
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KyivPost
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Now for the main event. Donald Trump finally takes office on Jan. 20 after a noisy transition that served only to amplify many of the most unsettling questions that surround his incoming administration. Seen from Brussels, Inauguration Day pomp in Washington will not end the wait-and-see game that began with his defeat of Hillary Clinton. As presidential real time begins, no-one really knows quite how far he will go to crystallise policy from rhetoric. Read more here. The post Financial Times: The tycoon president appeared first on KyivPost .
CERN
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South China Morning Post
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Like a formal dinner party, a wine event (which are extremely common in the industry and among collectors) needs careful planning and attention to detail. Theres the warm greeting; the offer to take bags and coats; then guests are directed to the reception area and, later, on to the table. Youll (hopefully) see familiar faces and have a welcome drink handed to you. Four handy apps for Hong Kongs drinkers and party people At the table, there will be place cards or the host...
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Lots of the tips our tricks, aren't they? I have been doing it for so long, little things are so effective. Does it make you nervous when you are making up Kim Kardashian for a big red carpet event? When I meet them and they are in their robe with wet hair, I meet them at a vulnerable moment.
Associated Press
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Sky News
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Many intent on disruption. The marches will not be the only evidence of discord. Traditionally, Inauguration Day helps celebrate the peaceful transition of power. But this time it's a bit different, with at least 60 Democrats choosing to boycott the event.
BBC News 24
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Sian, thank you very much. A British man has died while working on a stadium for the 2022 World Cup tournament in Qatar. The event's organisers say an investigation is under way into the incident. The 40-year-old man has not been named, but the authorities say his family has been informed. That is a summary of the latest news. Back to you, Joanna fours.
BBC News 24
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This is the scene live in Washington as America prepares to wake up to the dawn of a new era. Washington is setting the scene for the main event of the day, as just under a million people are expected to flood the capital to watch the inauguration or march in the streets to protest Trump's presidency.
KyivPost
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Oxford Mail - Golf
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EDDIE Pepperell has missed the half-way cut at a third European Tour event in a row after carding a five-over-par 77 in the second round at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.
Derby Telegraph
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An inquest into the death of 'Festival Alan' who died at Download last year is due to resume this morning.The body of Alan Saunderson, 55, of Liverpool, who was working as part of the security team at the Donington festival, was found after the event.Police were called to the world famous track at 8am on Tuesday, June 14, after staff at the circuit found his body. This is how we reported on the story at the time.It is understood that Mr Saunderson, who was widely known as 'Festival Alan', was at...
Washington Free Beacon
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With all the different visitors, “it’s been one of our busiest weekends yet,” said Roger, a 41-year-old cabdriver who declined to give his last name. “They’ve been supportive of Trump, protesting against Trump, and not giving a damn about the man,” he said. All I know is that business has been good. Real good.” Not everyone in the city is planning to stay in town for the event. Preston Mitchum, 30, a gay man, plans to go away for a few days with friends. Sweating on an exercise machine at a gym on Thursday afternoon, he noted most of his friends are gay or members of racial minorities – groups that generally opposed Trump’s candidacy. “We dont want to deal with the fact that we may have to get into an argument with someone (supporting Trump),” he said. On Wednesday night, Mitchum was among hundreds attending an outdoordance partyorganized by gay and transgender activists near the home of Vice President-elect Mike Pence.
Mashable
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Welcome to Inauguration Day 2017. No matter what you think about President-elect Donald Trump, avoiding the event will be next to impossible if you spend any amount of time online or watching television. SEE ALSO: Trump to use personal Twitter account instead of @POTUS, report says There are a slew of events throughout the weekend but the big thing will be the swearing-in ceremony, starting at around 11:30 a.m. and continuing until around 1 p.m. with coverage across the networks before and after. Whether you're taking it all in on TV, a laptop, or even VR, you have a wide variety of options. Read more... More about Livestreaming , Donald Trump , Inauguration 2017 , Business , and Politics
Sky News
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Many intent on disruption. The marches won't be the only evidence of discord. Traditionally, Inauguration Day helps celebrate the peaceful transition of power. But this time it's a bit different, with at least 60 Democrats choosing to boycott the event.
Daily Mail - Home
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BBC News 24
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The event's organisers say an investigation is under way into the incident which happened yesterday. The 40-year-old man has not been named, but the authorities say his family has been informed. West African leaders have given the former Gambian president Yahya Jammeh a final opportunity to relinquish power after Senegalese troops entered the country.