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The father of a pilot who flew a plane into a mountain, killing all 150 on board, says he doubts his son did it deliberately to commit suicide.
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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.
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As part of a tasty new tourism campaign, ad agency Lapiz just made Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs a reality. But instead of soup and juice, this futuristic cloud rains something altogether more buzzy--tequila. Lapiz, a unit of Leo Burnett, used ultrasonic humidifiers to vibrate tequila at a frequency that actually turned it into...
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Bangladesh police say a man detonated a bomb near a police post on a busy road near Dhaka's airport, killing himself but causing no other injuries
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The US Senate has voted to cast aside privacy regulations that stop ISPs from sharing users browser data (and other personal information) with third-parties. The Senate voted 50-48 (following party lines) to overturn the regulations which were approved by the FCC last autumn, with todays decision meaning that the rules shall have no force or effect, as Ars Technica reports. Specifically, the FCCs rules want to force ISPs to have to get consent from the user before they can sell or share data pertaining to that user including browsing history, app usage, and personal information that could include financial or health details. With the regulations, users would have to opt-in to allow this sort of information to be shared. Without them, there is no need for ISPs to get consent before they can make use of their subscribers data.
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We've been waiting for some time for a new iPad, and Apple surprised us all a few days ago by announcing just that. So, if you're looking for somewhere to pre-order your new iPad 9.7, you're in the right place. It's good news all around, as you won't have to wait long for the new iPad 9.7, and you won't even have to spend as much as you think (which makes a change for Apple, right?). Apple is taking pre-orders for the new iPad 9.7 today , with stock expected to ship out next week. The price is incredibly cheap for a new Apple product and considerably cheaper than the 9.7-inch iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro 9.7-inch. In the US, pre-orders for the 32GB model start at $329, compared to 339 in the UK. That's seriously cheap for a new iPad. It's $70/40 cheaper than the best iPad Air 2 deal today and the new iPad 9.7 is essentially an iPad Air 3 in all but name.
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Fortune magazine included late-night comedic host Samantha Bee, singer Shakira, and musician Chance the Rapper on its latest list of "The World's 50 Greatest Leaders," but not President Donald Trump. Fortune called Bee, known for being outspoken about her liberal political views, "an essential voice in late-night television" because of her show "Full Frontal" on TBS. The magazine also noted that her show and comedy offered "often provocative political commentary." Bee, who was ranked no. 19 on the list, "st[ood] out as a rare female voice in an overwhelmingly male late-night landscape," Fortune added. Bee came under fire earlier this month for comparing attendees at the Conservative Political Action Conference to Nazis. One of her show's "correspondents" joked that a string of men with their heads cut short or shaved on the sides had "Nazi hair.
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As March draws to a close, Netflix is getting rid of a lot of awesome, nerdy shows. Watch them while you still can!
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UN Watch Executive Director Hillel Neuer shot back at countries accusing Israel of apartheid and violence against Palestinians, asking them where the Jewish populations in their countries have gone. During a meeting of the UN Human Rights Council on Monday, several Middle Eastern countries took turns bashing Israel, saying that it has imposed apartheid and violence against Palestinians. A Palestinian representative was joined by Qatar, Sudan, Syria, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia in criticizing Israel. Neuer was then recognized to respond to the accusations from the representatives, as well as those from a UN report. "Everything we just heard, from the world's worst abusers of human rights, of women's rights, of freedom of religion, of the press, of assembly, of speech, is absolutely false and indeed Orwellian," Neuer said. As Neuer went to defend Israel, the Palestinian representative attempted to make a point of order as he tried to silence Neuer's rebuttal.
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The Sky Blues are just one week away from their first appearance at Wembley for 30 years
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Ahead of a scheduled vote on the GOP health care bill, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said the legislation would cause many Americans who voted for Trump to lose their coverage while mainly benefiting the wealthy in blue areas of the country.