The Economic Times
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The fact that the time taken for company incorporation was two days in February and to just about a day in March, shows how effective the policy initiatives have been within a month.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Seventeen women were among the officer cadets who graduated at the Sovereign's Parade at Sandhurst this month. One of them, commissioned into the Royal Tank Regiment, became the first British Army officer to join a close combat unit. The historic appointment came almost exactly one century after women first enrolled in Britain's armed services. It was in July 1917 that the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) was founded and in the remaining months of the First World War some 57,000 climbed...
Nottingham Evening Post
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Every club has a target for the boo boys, and in a season of frustration Nottingham Forest have had their fair share. Some professionals can go under, can hide away and shirk the responsibility that goes with a Championship relegation battle, but in recent weeks one man has put his head above the parapet. That man is Danny Fox. It's fair to say that since his arrival from Southampton in 2014, Fox hasn't been flavour of the month at the City Ground, and has often been the subject of...
Western Daily Press
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Sky News
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after this 15 month ban for failing a drugs test for meldonium. That then ended at midnight last night, which means that she can play today. She has been granted a wildcard into the first round of the Stuttgart open, which Axa began at the start of.
TYT YouTube
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Someone at The Blaze leaked that Tomi Lauren demanded staffers warm her butt up for her and a judge isnt having it. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, the hosts of The Young Turks, tell you how this story affects press freedoms. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. Vote in poll here: https://tytnetwork.com/blaze/ “A Dallas judge on Monday ordered Glenn Beck and The Blaze to hand over emails between staffers and a reporter for The Daily Caller after a scathing article disparaged conservative firebrand Tomi Lahren, a former star on Beck’s network, Dallas News reports. Earlier this month, Lahren filed suit against Beck and The Blaze alleging wrongful termination after she told the hosts of “The View” that conservatives who dont believe in abortion are hypocrites. In fact, Lahren is still a paid employee of The Blaze, albeit without her eponymous show, Tomi.
Leicester Mercury
an hour
Taking stock of our results over the first month of the season, it has met with our expectations and possibly a little more, writes Leicester Lions owner Damien Bates.We could not have been handed a more demanding start away from home when the fixtures had us down to visit the two clubs who reached the Play-off final last year, Wolverhampton and Belle Vue.The form guide was clearly forecasting comfortable home wins but we showed real steel to force last-heat deciders.On reflection, perhaps we...
Sputnik International
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Bournemouth Daily Echo - Sport
an hour
LEWIS Kerr could be set to feature in his last meeting for Pirates with promoter Matt Ford admitting Kyle Newman may return to the fold next month.
Lincolnshire Echo
an hour
Two Brantano shops in Lincolnshire have closed for good after the company went into administration last month. The two shops in Beales Department stores in Skegness and Spalding shut on April 25 after what administrators called sustained efforts to make the business more commercially viable of behalf of the owners, Alteri Investors. Six people have been made redundant as a result of the closures. Posters were placed in the windows of the footwear retailer, which also has stores...
Lincolnshire Echo
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Work to add business conferencing facilities and 47 extra bedrooms to the DoubleTree by Hilton has reached the half way point this month.Lincolnshire-based developer Manorcrest Group, which is undertaking the work, has announced it is on track to complete the 4000m sq extension to the Brayford Wharf hotel in October this year.The development, which has created 30 jobs and will take the total number of bedrooms to 162, has seen the removal of a 1960s-office building on Newland to make way for a...
Bournemouth Daily Echo
2 hours
A HISTORIC tradition afforded to only a few dignitaries is to be revived in Wimborne this month.
South China Morning Post
2 hours
Golfs governing bodies on Tuesday announced sweeping rule changes to the use of video evidence in the wake of the furore that erupted after Lexi Thompson was deprived of an almost-certain victory at the ANA Inspiration earlier this month. Thompson was hit with a four-stroke penalty with six holes left to play in the final round of the seasons first major after a television viewer reported a rules infringement relating to an incident in the third round a day earlier. The 22-year-...
South China Morning Post
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The euro remained robust on Wednesday morning, poised to gain for a fifth consecutive day after centrist Emmanuel Macron won the first round of the French presidential election. The euro strengthened 0.09 per cent, or 10 basis points, to 1.0936 as of 11.50 am, compared with 1.0926 late Tuesday. On Tuesday, it hit a five-and-a-half-month high. Investors seemed to have increased their bets on the presidency of market favourite Macron, who is set to face far-right anti-EU candidate Marine Le Pen...
Politico
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Mashable
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Dejian Zeng may have built your phone. Or at least worked on it, anyway. The second-year masters of public administration student at NYU Wagner spent six weeks last year working in a Chinese factory manufacturing iPhones for Cupertino-based Apple. Six days a week he screwed approximately 1,800 screws into 1,800 iPhones. Every day. Over and over again. SEE ALSO: Wait, we might only get two iPhones this year? Why did he do this? It wasn't for the wages, which at approximately 3,100 yuan a month (roughly $450) are not even enough to buy one of the iPhone 6s phones he helped produce. Instead Zeng teamed up with New York University and the NGO China Labor Watch to investigate working conditions in a Chinese manufacturing plant. Read more... More about Nyu , Foxconn , China , Iphones , and Apple
Mashable
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After Connie Dabate was killed in her Connecticut home, just two days before Christmas 2015, her obituary described her as "beloved wife and best friend of Richard Dabate." Fast-forward more than a year later and her "best friend" is the lead suspect charged with his 39-year-old wife's murderthanks in part to her Fitbit, according to an arrest warrant reported in the Hartford Courant . SEE ALSO: Man busted for arson after his pacemaker snitched on him Connie's Fitbit has become integral in piecing together her murder. Prosecutors say her husband's alibi that a masked intruder attacked him first and then went after his wife just doesn't add up. He was arrested on suspicion of murder earlier this month and released on a $1 million bail last week. Read more... More about Alibi , Murder , Fitbit , and Tech
South China Morning Post
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Sky News
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Nurses and hospital porters are being charged nearly £90 a month to park at their workplace.
Daily Express
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MARINE Le Pen has promised peaceful relations with France’s international allies as she tries to boost support ahead of the second round of French election voting next month.
TYT YouTube
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Techradar
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It's getting closer to mid-2107, a time when Tesltra said it would have 99% of the country covered with speedy 4G , but it hasn't forgotten to keep its smartphone offering fresh. With family data plans and the ability to upgrade your smartphone every 12 months when you're on a 24-month plan, Telstra's array of flashy new handsets mean it's never a bad time to start looking for an upgrade. They all support Tesltra's 4GX network capabilities too, making for increased data speeds in most major city and rural areas. Traditionally, Telstra has been very selective with which OEM partners it works with and it tends only to take on the big name products. But that's just fine, because there's plenty of quality to be found among the big guns. Samsung Galaxy S8 The Samsung Galaxy S8 is designed for those who just want a great phone and arent bothered about the cost.
The Sun Daily
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SUBANG JAYA: The Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) will continue engaging with the European Commission as the European Union (EU) seeks to tighten restrictions on palm oil import. “We will be talking and engaging with the European Commission to help them understand us better before they make a decision. First and foremost, they must get important facts which is why we talk to them on smallholders and all that. If they get their facts rights, then they can make an objective decision. Our job is to provide them with enough facts,” RSPO CEO Datuk Darrel Webber told reporters at a briefing yesterday. Earlier this month, the EU passed a non-binding resolution in Parliament seeking to impose tighter restrictions on the import of palm oil and is now looking at implementing a single certification scheme. Webber said it is not lobbying for RSPO to be the certification scheme for EU but it is in the best position to talk to the European Commission in terms of the realities on the ground, for example, smallholder and logistical issues – due to its experience.
The Sun Daily
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