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Samajwadi Party imploding: Now Mulayam sacks Ram Gopal Yadav for six years

At the Samajwadi Party meeting on 24 October, party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav appealed to his son, Uttar Pradesh CM Akhilesh and his brother, Shivpal Yadav , to sort out their differences and work together. After the party supremo asked his son to hug his uncle to bury the hatchet and send a message that all was well in the party, Akhilesh took up the matter of his being referred to as Aurangzeb in an English newspaper.

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Maduro meets pope as Vatican steps into Venezuela crisis

The Vatican statement said that Pope Francis, speaking with "the well being of all Venezuelans in his heart", urged Maduro to resolve the tense political situation in the country through dialogue. Tscherrig said the talks scheduled for next week are aimed at building confidence and a mechanism for peacefully resolving disputes. Amid severe shortages and the world's highest inflation, polls suggest as much as 80 percent of voters want Maduro gone this year.

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New World Hackers group claims responsibility for internet disruption

A MAJOR cyber offensive that brought down internet behemoths Twitter and Paypal is thought to have been launched by hackers using common devices such as webcams, baby monitors and digital recorders. US officials told Reuters that the US Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of Investigation were investigating. The first attack began at 7 a.m.

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Greenhouse gases reach symbolic milestone; opens "new era"-WMO"

WMO Secretary General, Petteri Taalas says this symbolic, but significant milestone bodes ill for the planet as these Carbon dioxide emissions will stay in the atmosphere for generations. The subject of climate change has been on the agenda for several decades. However, the long term increase of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide , methane and nitrous oxide from human activity including industry and agriculture have caused a 37% increase in the warming effect on the planet ...

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AT&T faces battles as Time Warner deal comes under review

AT&T will pay $107.50 per Time Warner share, paid half in cash and half in stock, and aims to complete the deal , which is subject to regulatory approval, by the end of 2017. With so much opposition from the market, industry analysts are of the opinion that the deal might not get though antitrust authorities and that AT&T might have to roll back from its big plans to become the industry leader based on possibility of limiting the competition.

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Kerry Washington wants one more child

For lives lost and for the lives we must protect". According to the interview, Washington married her husband Nnamdi Asomugha , a former National Football League player, in a secret wedding ceremony in 2013, and in early October, Washington gave birth to their second child Caleb Kelechi Asomugha, but the news wasn't reported by the press until Oct.

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South Koreans seek Note 7 payback from Samsung

The company still doesn't definitively know why its devices started bursting into flames, but the Wall Street Journal reported that Samsung's choice to bypass the U.S. Even though the phone is now an exclusive to India, I've got to admit that it would be nice to see this thing make its way over to the States at some point.

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Actress Woodley faces January trial in pipeline protest

Kellie Berns, a protester who hung back behind a fence at the scene, told the local Bismarck Tribune people were being pepper-sprayed and thrown to the ground and added that law enforcement was more aggressive than in past confrontations.

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Polls show Clinton in commanding position in battle for 270

The ABC News survey's results show Clinton with a 20-point advantage among women , and a 3-point edge with men - a group that has tilted toward Trump for most of the 2016 race. Trump's aides previewed the speech as a policy address that would highlight his first 100 days in office. The accusers emerged after the former reality TV star boasted of kissing women and groping their genitals without their consent.

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Samsung Estimates Mid-3 Tln Won Negative Impact On Galaxy Note7 Discontinuation

The company said Friday the Note 7 discontinuation will cost in the mid-2 trillion won range during the October-December period and another 1 trillion won ($884 million) during the January-March quarter. By offering four times the amount customers would get if they chose to switch to an iPhone, for instance, Samsung hopes to convince more users to continue trusting the Samsung brand despite the Note 7 disaster.

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Weather Forecast: Mostly dry today, rain moves in tomorrow

After a bright and comfortable Sunday, we will be tracking clear skies overnight with temperatures dipping into the mid-50s. Wednesday: Mostly sunny. Some late day mixed showers up north (with highs only in the 40s today) will go over to areas of light snow tonight. A mix of sun and clouds are expected on Thursday afternoon with highs in the mid 50s.

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More Positive Climate Change News!

Here's a look at a potential global climate agreement that has been described by the Natural Resources Defense Council as "the world's biggest climate-protection achievement in the year after Paris". "This is a very welcome step forward, and another important sign that the worldwide community is at last getting serious on climate change". As the gas was found in refrigerators and air conditioning units, the change should only affect manufacturers of those products, he said.

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First impressions: Apple's iOS 10.1 brings Portrait Mode to iPhone 7 Plus

The iOS 10.1 update is available for installation directly on the iPhone. If you have an iPhone 7 Plus and can't wait, navigate to "Settings, ' then "General" and then 'Software Update" to get the update as quickly as possible. This update brings the "Portrait Mode" feature to the iPhone 7 Plus, which is created to take advantage of the two cameras included in the iPhone 7 Plus.

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Phone owners sue Samsung over Galaxy Note 7

The consumers' rights were violated as Samsung stopped production of Galaxy Note7, lawyer Ko Young-yeel told a press conference. His clients include a person who claims to have lost thousands of pictures from a family vacation and another who drove eight hours round-trip to return the phone.

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Four-star DE Donovan Jeter picks MI

It was once thought he would visit Penn State for its eventual upset over Ohio State, 24-21, but he chose to go to Ann Arbor instead, and now intends to be a Wolverine. This is all very surprising but all the best to Jeter at MI. Though Jeter had an offer from Ohio State and was once really high on the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer's focus has shifted to two other defensive tackles: Four-star Jay Tufele of South Jordan (Utah) Bingham - who was also at MI on Saturday - and five-star Marvin Wilson of ...

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More cooperation the buzzword as India brings BRICS and BIMSTEC together

Brazil stands for trade and investment facilitation among the BRICS nations as well as a stronger cooperative partnership in finance, science and technology, environment and culture, so as to bring real benefits to their peoples, said Temer.

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MAJOR SCREWUP? Lindsay Lohan's PBC Stepmom Kate Major Locked Up Again!

Michael Lohan's estranged wife is facing charges after a police officer was assaulted over the weekend. Police say Michael had told her she could not stay at his residence because she was "heavily" intoxicated. Kate Major Lohan and Michael Lohan both have arrest histories in South Florida. The Lohans do not live together - media accounts said they are in the process of a divorce, and the police report lists Kate Lohan's marital status as "single".

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Arizona Cardinals, Seattle Seahawks settle for 6-6 tie

The swing would have been vast in this one as yet another Seattle win would have moved the Seahawks to 5-1 put the Cards three games back in the loss column at 3-4. For two reasons, the game might only ratchet up the rumors of Seattle possibly being interested in veteran tackles Joe Staley of the 49ers and Joe Thomas of the Browns, each rumored to be available (stories on Staley possibly being available broke Sunday night).

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Julius Yego discharged from hospital

The damaged vehicle was towed to Eldoret Central Police Station. "He was luckily driving alone but the vehicle is now a write off", the equally relieved fellow Beijing 2015 gold medallist and three-time world men 1500m champion, Asbel Kiprop, who rushed to the scene after the Yego horror smash said.

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Big US banks unveil consumer payment app

Moreover, big banks already have a built-in user base, one that they hope Zelle will further connect. Zelle will gain a presence as a public consumer application that will see compatibility among several large and prominent US banks. "I believe our customers will appreciate the convenience and security of Zelle when the network goes live early next year". " Zelle is better for both the sender and recipient".

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Aleppo quiet on third day of ceasefire: monitor

The Syrian army says it has opened 8 corridors across the front line for the more than 250,000 civilians in rebel-held areas to leave, but so far nearly none have taken up the offer. The UN had asked Moscow to consider extending the pause until Monday evening, but there was no indication from Russian Federation that it would.

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Newest Games With Gold November 2016; Five Backwards Compatibility Titles This Week

Gamers must have been awaiting these newest titles as it might arrive from Microsoft on Tuesday, Oct. 25, Express reported. October is about to end, and Xbox fans are already looking forward to possible Games with Gold will be offered for next month.

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Andres Iniesta: Barca captain could be out for eight weeks

The victory, however, came at a high price: An injury that will sideline Barcelona's captain and key playmaker for at least six weeks. When Andrés Iniesta fell to the groun with his hands on his right knee calling for the doctors after injuring himself during the La Liga match against Valencia , we all thought the worst had happened.

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Kei Kamara gets a yellow card for twerking

He was shown a yellow card in the 71st minute for doing the popular dance. Delighted by the goal, Kamara celebrated the goal the best way he say fit: to let out a little twerk. New England revolution's Kei Kamara found that out Sunday, when he was handed a yellow card for an unusual violation. The situation follows September's National Football League twerking accident, which saw the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown fined for his celebration.

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Has the 'Mystery' of the Bermuda Triangle Finally Been Solved?

The mystic triangle is responsible for thousands of plane and boat disappearances for centuries, and it is deemed haunted by many as it was previously speculated that angry spirits would plague the 500,000km square area between Miami, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda.

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Returns of Samsung Galaxy Note 7s begin

In the United States alone, Samsung is giving its customers $25-worth bill credit through carriers and retailers to the ones who will turn in their Note7s for a refund or in exchange of another smartphone brand. "In the near-term, we believe investors will re-focus on shareholders returns ahead of full 3Q results Oct 27th". In Europe, the company disclosed that only about 50,000 original Note 7 phones were ever delivered to customers.

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Mars lander exploded after crashing into planet, images suggest

The agency said the probe dropped through Mars' notoriously thin atmosphere too fast, at speeds greater than 300 kilometers per hour. Initial investigation states that Schiaparelli's retro thrusters only fired for only three to four seconds instead of the planned 29, according to Belfast Telegraph .

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Android Nougat 7.1 Set To Be Available As Beta Preview

As spiritual successors to Nexus smartphones, Google's new Pixel and Pixel XL will be the first phones to get new Android updates. Other eligible devices due to receive the final release of Android 7 .1 Nougat are Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus Player, and General Mobile 4G (Android One).

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Did an Arrow episode show off Microsoft's upcoming Surface AIO device?

October 26 is the day chosen by Microsoft to announce a big Windows 10 unveiling. We might just see a big new whiz bang feature that we are not expecting during this event and should also see several of the second tier updates that are planned.

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Titanfall 2 is coming, with PlayStation 4 Pro support

We use 512MB of that freed up space for games, which is to say that games can use 5.5GB instead of the five and we use most of the rest to make the PS4 Pro interface - meaning what you see when you hit the PS button - at 4K rather than the 1080p it is today.

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Manned spacecraft Shenzhou-11 launched today

Beijing Time Monday atop a Long March-2F Y11 carrier rocket. It entered its designated orbit a short time later without any sign of trouble. Originally proposed by the Shanghai Astronautics Bureau, the Project 921-1 - the first name of the Shenzhou project - was revamped in 1994 following former Chinese President Jiang Zemin's visit to Russia, which led to a 1995 agreement to transfer Russian manned space technology.

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NASA Just Found the Crash Site of the Lost ExoMars Lander

The Schiaparelli Mars lander was deployed with a parachute and its heat shield should have protected the lander, however, it is unknown what happened after the crash landing. The parachute jettison and ignition of the retro rockets should have occurred at about the same time, about 4,000ft above the Martian surface. The Trace Gas Orbiter has also been relaying the telemetry it received from Schiaparelli during Wednesday's descent.

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EJ DIONNE: In final debate, Trump confirmed everyone's worst fears

Hillary Clinton's supporters have her back. The long-expected military offensive against the northern Iraqi city began Monday, with an announcement by Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. C-section births in the United States make up 1/3 of all deliveries. " You talk but don't get anything done". "Partial birth" abortions are not a thing that exists.

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Samsung Will Pay Galaxy Note 7 Suppliers For Unused Parts

The handset maker has made a decision to ramp up the production of Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge phones to supplement the demand for Galaxy Note 7 units, but also to offer them as replacements to those who choose to continue using Samsung smartphones.

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Galaxy Note7 smartphone banned on Seychelles' airline for fire risk

The South Korean company said in a regulatory filing that it made a decision to stop manufacturing Note 7 for the sake of consumer safety and that it had identified a manufacturing defect in the batteries of its top-of-the-line smartphone, reported Gulf News.


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