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SP, BSP, Congress think only vote of minorities matter, says BJP

BSP Supremo Mayawati today cautioned Muslims against voting for Congress or Samajwadi party in forthcoming Uttar Pradesh elections, saying voting them will ultimately help the saffron BJP. Putting Ms Mayawati on the dock for her earlier alliance with BJP, Mr Yadav asked, "Can she give assurance that if a majority government is not formed, she would not take the support of BJP".

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EU nationals allowed to stay in UK after Brexit

Sterling, which traded as high as $1.50 on June 23, was last fetching $1.2440 GBP=D3. The crash occurred during a "twilight period" in the markets - after close in the US and just as Asian traders were starting their day. Asked on ITV's Peston On Sunday if the Cabinet would hold together on Brexit , Ms Greening said: "Yes, I think so". She said the outlook for investment "looks likely to sour" if the country is out of the single market.

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Haitians worship among devastation caused by hurricane

Not all were able to take precautions, however, as people tried to survive in a cracked and broken landscape that is part of one of the poorest countries in the world. JEREMIE, Haiti - Survivors of Hurricane Matthew put on their Sunday finest and picked their way through downed power lines to sing praise and pray in ruined churches, while desperation grew in other parts of devastated Haiti and global rescue efforts began ramping up.

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New Prey Trailer Showcases Female Main Character

A trailer dropped today for the upcoming Prey reboot - also titled Prey - but it isn't exactly what you'd call new. As gameplay progresses, players will seize control of supernatural powers - including the ability to assume the form of everyday objects like chairs and coffee mugs - in order to outwit their alien pursuers.

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Stock's Financial Statistics- Micron Technology, Inc.'s (MU)

The stock is now trading at Distance from 20-Day simple moving Average of -7.74% whereas, Distance from 50-Day Simple moving average is -2.12 Percent and Distance from 200-Day Simple Moving Average of 12.58 percent. 10 advised the "Hold" rating about this stock. Credit Capital Investments LLC increased its stake in Micron Technology by 1,102.1% in the second quarter.

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Silkworms Spin Super-Strong Silk After Eating Graphene

The team from Tsinghua University led by Yingying Zhang used a silk production method that has been standard since ancient times, which involves cultivating silkworms on mulberry leaves and harvesting their cocoons once the worms start pupating.

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Hurricane Matthew: Death toll rising in Haiti

Hurricane Matthew has been monstrous for Haiti, Cuba and United States. Here are some of the photographs of despondence and how Haitians are picking up the pieces. Across the South, over 1 million homes and businesses are without power this morning. Four deaths were reported in the Dominican Republic and one in St.

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Major League Baseball postpones ALDS Game 3 between Indians, Red Sox

Persistent rain and a forecast of further inclement weather resulted in the match at Fenway Park being postponed until Monday. The Boston Red Sox are facing elimination as they take on the Cleveland Indians in Game 3 of the ALDS. After the Indians extended their lead to 5-3 in the bottom of the fifth, Miller retired the Red Sox in order in the sixth and set down both batters he faced in the seventh inning before giving way to Bryan Shaw.

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Gallery: Mazda reveals MX-5 RF pricing as order books open

The main differences of course with the RF compared to the original MX-5 convertible are centred around the top of the vehicle. IS THE new Mazda MX-5 Retractable Fastback the best value sports vehicle money can buy? Mazda is offering six versions of its new MX-5 RF.

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The Next Step! The Google Daydream View VR Headset

Google Pixel is following similar lines by being the device that is kick-starting the overhaul of Android and Android devices for the future. The Pixel is a standard flagship phone. Based on Google's presentation, one could see the focus was on software and not specifications as such, though these phones come with top-of-the-line specs too.

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Facebook Launches 'Workplace' a Business Version of Facebook

A study previous year found that more than 54 per cent of offices now block Facebook on work computers to stop it distracting users. Workplace will be priced competitively - companies only pay for people who are actively using the product.

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Paul Ryan Likely to Withdraw Trump Endorsement

A person who was on Ryan's conference call with GOP lawmakers said the speaker declared that he will "spend his entire energy making sure that Hillary Clinton does not get a blank check with a Democrat-controlled Congress". Pence has been silent on the release of the 12-year-old recording, in which Trump describes his own aggressive treatment of women. Trump's performance in Sunday's debate seems unlikely to mend the deep breach he has opened in the Republican Party.

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Delco's 2SP Brewing strikes gold at 2016 Great American Beer Festival

The average number of beers per category was 75, though some had as few as 10 or as many as 300. Lynnwood Brewing Concern in Raleigh was the biggest local victor, taking home two gold medals - one for its Drop Bear Australian Pale Ale (in the international-style pale ale category) and the other for its Once You Go (in the American-style black ale category).

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Pro Athletes Slam Trump: Not In Our Locker Room

I apologize to the American people. Men have to understand that Trump's comments about groping are just as bad as him calling women "pigs", and "slobs" and judging them exclusively on their looks. I apologize to my family. Certainly I'm not proud of it. Hillary Clinton, given her chance to respond, said, "I think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is".

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IPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus Are Officially Available In India

The iPhone 7 Plus starts at Rs. 72,000 ($1,081). And the iPhone 6s Plus still does all of this quite well for me, so I really had no need for the iPhone 7. Apple is tipped to skip over the iPhone 7S next year and leap straight to iPhone 8, with a radically redesigned handset marking ten years since the introduction of the original handset in 2007.

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Clinton wins debate, Trump exceeds expectations

The debate was the culmination of a stunning stretch in the race for the White House, which began with the release of a new video in which Trump is heard bragging about how his fame allowed him to "do anything" to women. The political firestorm that preceded the debate was sparked by a video obtained and released Friday by The Washington Post and NBC News. Rather than tackle that challenge, Trump chose to indulge the anger of his most passionate supporters, who despise both Bill and Hillary ...

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Google Assistant, The Tech Giant's Answer To Apple's Siri

But that doesn't mean that this leak is totally useless. This AI-based software platform not only uses the company's extensive Knowledge Graph database of upwards of 70 billion facts, but is also said to be able to handle multi-layer queries using the context of previous questions to inform its decision-making process.

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Russian Federation says can protect its Syria assets if USA carpet bombs

As a result, the votes Saturday afternoon, first on the French draft and then on the Russian proposal, are expected to exacerbate tensions between Moscow and the West over the Syrian conflict that has raged for more than five years, killing over 300,000 people.

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Google Introduces Smartphone to Compete With Apple, Amazon

The device is not always listening, since it is activated by saying 'OK, Google , ' and the voice activation feature can also be disabled with the press of a mute button on the back of the device. If you have a Nest you can use Home to adjust your thermostat, and Philips Hue owners can tell Google's gizmo to turn off the lights or ask if there are lights on upstairs.

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AT&T Stops Exchanges Of Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Then, as the weekend unfolded, numerous new reports of exploding Galaxy Note 7s arrived and carriers quickly abandoned ship. Samsung says to resume Note 7 sales in South Korea on September 28. Officials at Samsung have said that they are working closely with authorities and third party experts to investigate and find out the problem with the phone.

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Peer praises economics Nobel prize winners

A UK-born professor, who now works at Harvard University in the United States , has won the Nobel Prize in Economics. Now the inaugural Andrew E. Purer Professor of Economics at Harvard University, Hart earned his B.A.in mathematics from Cambridge in 1969 and M.A.in economics from University of Warwick in 1972, along with several other honorary degrees.

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Michael Bisping defeats Dan Henderson at UFC 204 in Manchester

It was one of the high points of Henderson's career, not to mention one of Bisping's most painful (and memorable) losses. The result could have turned out differently, as a hammer right hand from Henderson sent Bisping to the canvas in the first round, but the champion held on, despite bleeding heavily.

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Oculus Connect 3 Live Stream Starts Soon, Here's What To Expect

Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe announced some changes to the minimum PC spec requirements required for Rift at the company's developers conference, a move that will likely open up the platform to a much wider audience. It will be interesting to see how Oculus uses features like this to optimize the Rift for different systems. The company didn't say when the new headset would arrive, but it's nice to know you eventually won't need a powerful PC or Samsung phone to enjoy a decent VR experience.

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Chrome 55 uses up to 50% less RAM, arrives in December

Memory use may be one of the deciding factors when it comes to selecting a browser. Now the good news is that the company will intensify its efforts so that the browser can be used in good conditions on the more modest configurations, configurations with 1GB of RAM.

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Yahoo on email spying: sources were 'misleading' with claims

The report said that Yahoo was the only email provider asked to scan the emails of its users. Yahoo allegedly cooperated with USA intelligence officials to scan all incoming Yahoo e-mail traffic previous year, according to a report by Reuters on Tuesday.

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'Doctor Strange' IMAX Featurette Gets Trippy

India would be one of the first countries to see approximately 15 minutes of exclusive footage from the highly anticipated, action-packed " Doctor Strange ", which stars the likes of Benedict Cumberbatch and Rachel McAdams . When traditional medicine fails him, he is forced to look for healing, and hope, in an unlikely place - a mysterious enclave known as Kamar-Taj. Before long unusual - armed with newly acquired magical powers - is forced to choose whether to return to his life of ...

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Finnish co-winner of Nobel Prize in Economics

For example, contract theory can be used to analyze performance-based pay for CEOs or deductibles and co-pays for insurance, the academy said. However, previous speculation had claimed the World Bank's new chief economist was among those tipped to win the Nobel Economics Prize on Monday, as the awards season moves into a second week.

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Sparks Fly At Second Presidential Debate

Whereas Trump incorrectly said Syria, Iran and Russian Federation had lined up against ISIS, blaming it on administration weakness, Clinton accused Russian Federation of war crimes in Aleppo and drew a line between WikiLeaks and the charge that Putin was trying to influence the presidential campaign in Trump's favor.

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Three days of national mourning in Haiti

It could be days before waters crest and fix crews are able to reach those who have been affected, they said. In Cumberland County, North Carolina alone, more than 500 people were rescued by crews, the Weather Channel reported. The National Weather Service said 8.5 inches of rain have fallen in Fayetteville in about 12 hours, starting a midnight. As with Floyd, Matthew followed a prolonged period of rain in eastern and central North Carolina.

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17M-plus tweets sent about the debate, most ever

When Trump talked about emails, Clinton's trustworthiness and the Supreme Court, voters bought the message. He was relentless. He horrified Clinton supporters, and disgusted professional pundits and politicians and may not have convinced even one undecided voter to come to his side.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Replacement Phone Catches Fire on a Flight

Recently, a replaced Note 7 caught fire in a plane. According to a Bloomberg report, bigwig USA wireless carrier AT&T may soon announce its final decision on the potential termination of sales and replacement of Samsung's ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 handsets.

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Akhilesh, Rahul on same wavelength, claims Congress

The Congress party on Monday welcomed the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav's support to Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on his statement of "khoon ki dalali", saying that his statement indicates that he is on the same wavelength as Rahul.

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Updated Galaxy Note 7 Apparently Catches Fire On A Plane

The user later said it was a Galaxy Note 7 phablet he had bought on September 21 and which carried the green battery icon, representing Note 7 devices sold by the company post-recall. on Wednesday as electronics giant Samsung admitted one of its Galaxy Note 7 replacements caught fire moments before the aircraft was due to take off.

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Google Hangouts is being demoted to 'optional' in the Android apps package

However, Google reported to its GMS partners that it will still support Hangouts version for the Android-based devices and looks like there is no reason to doubt about that at least in the near future. "This change will take effect on December 1, 2016 ", Google said in a short statement, per Android Police . It is quite puzzling why Google did not make Allo also to be a mandatory app, especially since Allo is a bit uphill in its battle at this point with Duo .

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17 million-plus tweets sent about the debate, most ever

Hillary Clinton criticised her rival's "demagogic rhetoric" about Muslims, and warned it plays into the hands of terrorists to say that the U.S. is at war with Islam. That's hia choice. When I hear his statements I'm reminded of what my friend Michelle Obama said. "But this is locker room talk", the billionaire pleaded, when pressed about his boasts of sexual assault.


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