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International Labour Day: PM Modi salutes Indian workers

May all your work succeed and may you find and do good and as a result get promoted, respected and prospered every day of your labored life. By 1 May 1890, May Day demonstrations took place in the United States and most countries in Europe.

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Alphabet (GOOGL) Rallies on Q1 Earnings Beat, Solid Ad Sales

Starting in March, more than 250 YouTube advertisers began boycotting YouTube in response to reports that ads were appearing on the platform alongside offensive or inappropriate content, including white supremacist videos. 19,930 crores) in the most recent quarter, a gain of about 50 percent from the same quarter a year earlier. Google's net revenue - excluding $4.63 billion in traffic-acquisition costs - was $20.12 billion, up 22% from a year earlier, topping views.

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Deshaun Watson already bought his mom a new auto

The Texans swapped first round picks with the Browns while also throwing in a first round pick in next year's draft . Aside from negotiating a contract with the Texans, of course, Watson had some dealing of his own to do in the days following the draft .

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Trump holds hope for progress on health care

Finally, after being pressed several times, Trump responded, "This bill has evolved..." It seems even after 100 days, the president is still not aware of the fact that the federal government is perfectly capable of focusing on both North Korea and health care reforms (or would be if Trump had not filled his administration with such a bunch of bigots with no government experience).

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Facing Random Restart Issues, Some Users Report

Yonhapnews quoted Samsung as saying earlier: "Bixby Voice is going through an iterative process to build up a user's voice, instructions, and other knowledge through a learning engine called Deep Learning". The release date of the Galaxy X, however, is an entirely different matter. According to reports, T-Mobile is finally dispatching the Android Nougat 7.0 operating system update to the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 smartphones.

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Trump signs order to restart exploration of Atlantic, Arctic fuel drilling

It's also not clear whether the Trump administration can reverse a separate offshore drilling ban that Obama announced a month before leaving office. Ahead of his 100th day in power on Saturday, the order is part of Trump's efforts to fulfill his promise to "unleash American energy" to create jobs and end the country's dependence on foreign oil.

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US NSA spy agency halts controversial email sweep

The change in policy comes after the NSA said it conducted an in-house review of Section 702 activities and " discovered several inadvertent compliance lapses" that involved queries of Americans. Under Section 702, NSA collects internet communications in two ways: "downstream" (previously referred to as PRISM ) and "upstream". Signed into law in 2008, the law's authorities are scheduled to expire at the end of this year unless renewed by Congress.

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Murray loses to Thiem in Barcelona Open semifinals

Reduced to sometimes spinning in his first serve at second serve speed, Murray paid the price as Thiem torched his returns winning 12 of 21 points played on the Scot's first serve in the final set. There were 8 break points in set number 3 and the rivals exchanged breaks in games 1 and 2, and again in 6th and 7th to stay neck and neck. Nadal also enjoyed a comfortable afternoon as his quest for a 10th Barcelona title continued unhindered with a 7-6 (7/1), 6-2 win over Korean qualifier ...

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Marathon monkey business as 'Mr Gorilla' Met officer finishes 26-mile route

The man dubbed Mr Gorilla is raising money for the Gorilla Organisation - so far more than $41,500 dollars has been pledged. Tom Harrison, aka Mr Gorilla, completed the lengthy running course on Saturday after pulling himself along using his hands, as well as his feet, for a gruelling 10 to 12 hours a day in a bid to raise awareness for the large primates.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Smartphones with Tinted Screens Anger Users

According to tech analyst Eldar Murtazin, this was the Galaxy S8 Plus that later became the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 , further posting images, suggesting that the images are legitimate photos. The Galaxy S8 series comes with a hybrid SIM slot allowing users to use two SIMs or one microSD and one SIM card. The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 + aim to distinguish themselves from the crowd on the basis of their design prowess.

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Rangers fan appears to mock Celtic's Scott Sinclair with monkey gesture

Last Sunday, the Rangers broke their series of 8 unbeaten games, losing 0: 2 to Celtic in the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup . Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha admitted his side had been outclassed. Stuart Armstrong dispossessed Emerson Hyndman in a risky area and he immediately fed the ball to Griffiths who entered the 18-yard box on the left channel.

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Aim to end mindset of VIP culture, says PM on beacon ban

Modi raised the issue of VIP culture and said that the decision to get rid of red beacon from the vehicles was taken to remove the culture from the minds of such people. And while doing so, he urged them to use digital currency. What you can not learn in a year, you will learn in that crowded train travelling without any reservation for 24 hours! PM Modi even asked the students to play and interact with children belonging to under-privileged backgrounds.

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Samsung Galaxy J5 2017 leaks in new pair of photos

Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus specifications: The phones has 4 GB RAM alongside 64 GB ROM. Now with these prices , they are definitely not the cheapest costing phone on the market, however, they are certainly worth the price which you are paying, with all those top notch specs and premium build quality.

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Google-parent Alphabet Beats First-quarter Earnings Expectations

Chief financial officer Ruth Porat said: "Our excellent results represent a terrific start to 2017". Shares of the company rose 2.8 per cent to US$916.80 after the bell on Thursday. "The biggest contributor to growth again this quarter was mobile search , reflecting the secular shift to mobile due to the greater utility of smartphones for users and advertisers, but obviously also benefiting from our focus on continuously enhancing features and functionality", said Porat.

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Torontonians march for science on Earth Day

Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, who exposed the risky lead levels in the drinking water and children's blood in Flint, Michigan, planned to march in Washington and speak to the crowd. Jon LaPook, who is covering the march in Washington . It was something like a flashback for Canadian scientists who gathered across the country Saturday to rally in support of their American counterparts, who say they're facing mounting attacks against science.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 And Galaxy S8 Plus Features Shown Off On Video

It says that it's in the nature of Super AMOLED displays to have differences in color. Samsung already confirmed the firm would be selling refurbished Galaxy Note 7 devices. Several fans and Android users are disappointed with what happened to the Galaxy Note 7 previous year. Online images of their phones went viral on social media but Samsung denied a hardware flaw and maintained that users could manually adjust the colour range according to their preferences.

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Artificial Womb Shows Promise for Premature Human Babies

The researchers placed extremely premature fetuses into the Biobag , which is made of clear polyethylene and filled with a substance that mimics amniotic fluid, in order to help them survive long enough for their lungs to develop more. DevOps, continuous delivery and containerisation. "The majority of those infants born at 24 weeks have some sort of illness, and most of the time that is due to lung immaturity".

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Nintendo Speaks on Discontinuing the NES Classic

This is a sell-in figure, which accounts for the number of units shipped to retailers, as opposed to sell-through numbers that only track units actually purchased by consumers. "We've got a lot going on right now and we don't have unlimited resources", he said. "...we don't have unlimited resources". The last shipments for NES Classic started rolling out this month, and of course, stock sold out nearly immediately.

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Martian soil could be pressed into making strong bricks

Just compression and there is no need of going insane on that as well. The journal Scientific Reports published the engineers' findings online yesterday. However, getting the material needed to construct permanent structures on the red planet will be a challenge, especially if they have to be transported from Earth .

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Sindhu's downfall ends India's challenge at Badminton Asia Championships

A win in this game would have actually assured a Bronze Medal for Sindhu which has now become a dream. Bingjiao was a nemesis for the Indian previous year when she won three out of their six meetings. The World No 13 Indian put up a good fight in the opening game but folded rather meekly to the Taipei shuttlers power strokes in the second game. As a result, Hao took eight consecutive points and thus wrapped up the issue 10-21 in just 35 minutes of play.

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Injustice 2 Joker Confirmed Playable Trailer

The Joker will return in Injustice 2 - despite having had a hole punched through his chest by Superman in Injustice: Gods Among Us and the alternate universe Joker returning to his original dimension. But probably the most relevant example from which Injustice 2 could take inspiration if they were to bring back Jason Todd as the Red Hood would be (spoiler alert) Batman: Arkham Knight .

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NASA's Cassini spacecraft makes first-ever journey through Saturn and its rings

It was the first of 22 arranged close experiences to bring the mechanical test into unexplored domain between Saturn's cloud tops and its rings. NASA is publishing the unprocessed images as they come in from Cassini on their website here.

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Macron hunts for French rural votes, Le Pen cheers new ally

An Odoxa poll Friday showed 40 percent of Melenchon's supporters would back Macron, 41 percent would abstain and 19 percent would vote for Le Pen. Le Pen said that today "there is no one in the direction of the National Front who defend these theses".

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Mobile Galaxy J3 Prime launched for $150

Users get a large 5-inch display with a 1280 x 720 resolution, as well as a 1.35GHz quad-core processor and 16GB of internal storage. The new Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime will be running Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box. We don't usually see Android Nougat on budget handsets, so this can definitely be considered a USP of the Galaxy J3 Prime. On the imaging front, we find a 5MP back camera and a meagre 2MP selfie shooter.

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Big race double for Willie Mullins at Punchestown

Nichols Canyon pushed us all the way and they were two top jockeys at their very best and two brilliant horses. Carrying just 10st 8lbs, he may be able to see out the 3M 6F trip, catching a few of the others off guard. What a great servant Ball D'Arc has been to the yard, he won here over this trip early past year and has gone on to run some blinders in a string of competitive graded races.

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The final frontier: China plans to build manned space station in 2019

The spacecraft and Tiangong-2 space lab completed their first in-orbit refueling yesterday, marking the completion of the Communist giants space lab mission. China insists it has only peaceful ambitions in space, but has tested anti-satellite missiles. The next mission is expected to be the Chinese Space Station (CSS) core module, Tianhe.

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Astronaut Peggy Whitson Has Smashed Another Record

Whitson, who lives and works aboard the International Space Station, also encouraged students to study STEM classes (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), and those at the U.S. "So, unfortunately space flight takes a lot of time and money so getting there will require some worldwide cooperation to get the - it to be a planet-wide approach in order to make it successful just because it is a very expensive endeavor".

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Winter storm moves into Denver, Front Range

Rain will begin falling in the area Sunday afternoon before temperatures dip to near-freezing overnight, according to Mike Gillispie, hydrologist with the National Weather Service in Sioux Falls. The southern I-25 corridor and Northern Raton Mesa region will see between 8 and 14 inches. North winds may help limit the impacts for Colorado Springs and Pueblo.

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Bookmakers install Maria Sharapova as joint-favourite at French Open

The 19th-ranked Mladenovic, who ousted two-time defending champion Angelique Kerber on Thursday, next plays the victor of the other semifinal between fourth-seeded Simona Halep and last year's runner-up Laura Siegemund. The 30-year-old broke twice in the first set, and dug deep in the second to take victory in one hour 23 minutes. Sharapova's fellow players continue to question her wildcard entry into this week's tournament, however - including her upcoming opponent.

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Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime launched in United States with Android 7.0 Nougat OS

Looking at the specs, the phone doesn't seem like a great deal but then, for the budget category, there are not a lot of options available for the buyers, especially from the well-known brands and that is where the Galaxy J3 Prime might seem like a decent purchase.

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Trump to Renegotiate NAFTA Rather Than Withdraw

During their Wednesday phone call - the second conversation this week - Trudeau told Trump he understood his frustration with Congress, according to one senior government official. The two leaders agreed on the importance of reaching a negotiated agreement, recognizing the integrated nature of the industry between Canada and the United States".

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United States spacecraft shares first view from inside Saturn's rings

Mission directors were confident that the probe would make it through Saturn's rings safely. Since its arrival, the craft has extensively photographed numerous gas giant's moons , its rings and even framed one photo that showed Saturn and its rings , with Earth seen as a small bright dot in the distance.

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Regions Financial Corp (RF) Stake Maintained by Mn Services Vermogensbeheer B.V.

Utd Capital Advisers Limited Liability holds 0% or 4,012 shares. In related news, insider Michael J. Wassmer sold 734 shares of the stock in a transaction dated Monday, April 3rd. Dodge & Cox bought a new position in Capital One Financial Corp. during the fourth quarter worth approximately $3,944,247,000. On average, analysts anticipate that Capital One Financial Corporation will post $7.92 EPS for the current year.

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Berkeley praises police for keeping peace at Coulter rallies

Another group called the Orange County Alt Right Group is planning a morning rally in the same place. "I am disappointed that she (Coulter) caved in", Carrie Fleming told Berkeleyside . There were anti-Trump demonstrators on the other side of the street. KCBS reports ( http://cbsloc.al/2qiK5yi ) that university police are preparing for violent outbreaks between militant factions on both sides.

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Chris Pratt Thanks God, Family: 'Without You, This Wouldn't Mean

However, there is nothing like nostalgia to market a movie and I admit, I'm fine with this one. A Ravager, Taserface spearheads a mutiny against Yondu ( Michael Rooker ) and assumes control while holding Rocket (Bradley Cooper) and Groot (Vin Diesel) hostage.


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