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After cheese burger, Google seems to have got another emoji 'wrong'

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Here's how twitter is reacting to this new controversy Earlier this week, the internet targeted Google for their cheese burger emoji. Google shows the cheese under the meat. That's why emoji - like the burger - look different on iPhones than on Android devices. Android recently redesigned its emoji after criticism that it resembled a blob. Lire la suite »

Compulsory linking of Aadhaar a threat to national security: Subramanian Swamy

BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on Tuesday said he would write a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding Aadhaar being a "threat to national security". He also stated that the government's decision to use an American company to develop core software for the Aadhaar system may raise issues concerning the security of the data and leave it vulnerable to U.S. Lire la suite »

At least four dead as boat carrying Rohingya refugees capsizes

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The boat capsized on Tuesday morning near Inani beach in Cox's Bazar district, which borders Burma. Three victims died in a hospital while one body was recovered from the sea. The United Nations says an estimated 605,000 Rohingya had arrived in Bangladesh since late August fleeing an upsurge in ethnic violence in Rakhine State. Lire la suite »

E-cigarette users more likely to smoke tobacco, study suggests

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Surveys of students in two Canadian provinces have led scholars to warn that e-cigarettes, also called vaping , are causing cigarette uptake in high school students . But the prevalence of smoking decreased over time in Canada just like it did in the United States so how are e-cigarettes linked to more uptake of smoking? Ailsa Rutter, director of Fresh, said: "While fewer people than ever are now smoking, illegal cigarettes are often responsible for getting children initiated on smoking ... Lire la suite »

China factory growth slows in October

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The official Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) fell to 51.6 in October from 52.4 the previous month. The official services PMI meanwhile fell to 54.3 from 55.4 in September, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. "Relevant enterprises adjusted their output schedule to cut or suspend production as some areas strengthened efforts to reduce pollution", Zhao said in a statement on the NBS website. Lire la suite »

Indian students in Italy's Milan attacked, monitoring situation, tweets Sushma Swaraj

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Advising them to be alert about such incidents, the consulate suggested that the students should spread awareness among other members of the community. Students are also requested to report such matters to the Consulate on Consul General's cell 3290884057 immediately, the statement added. "Students are advised to be in touch with each other (particularly when they go out) as well as with the Consulate and spread the information among other students about the areas where they face such ... Lire la suite »

Michael Fallon 'sorry for touching journalist's knee'

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A spokesman for Mr Fallon said: "Julia and he now considered the matter closed". A friend of Sir Michael said: "Julia's a good friend of Michael's". "Parliament must take action in days, not weeks", the leader of the House of Commons, Andrea Leadsom, told lawmakers Monday. She said that all options would be reserved for perpetrators: "In the case of staff, they could forfeit their jobs; in the case of members of parliament, they could have the whip withdrawn and they could be fired from ... Lire la suite »

Iraqi army takes control of Turkey border from Kurds: Turkish PM

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A Kurdish video journalist with a channel backing Iraqi Kurdistan's leader Massud Barzani was stabbed to death at his home overnight in disputed Kirkuk province, a security source said Monday. The Ibrahim Khalil border gate, also known as the Habur crossing on the Turkish side, is the main crossing between Turkey and Iraq. Mr Barzani's political rivals have accused him of staging the referendum as a gamble created to secure a mandate for a third term in office. Lire la suite »

L'aide de l'ONU dans la lutte antidjihadistes au Sahel

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C'est désormais chose faite. Les Etats-Unis se sont engagés lundi à apporter jusqu'à 60 millions de dollars à la force antijhadiste pour le Sahel, a annoncé le secrétaire d'Etat américain Rex Tillerson. Or, depuis quelque temps, la France qui a des troupes dans la région, souhaitait obtenir l'aide logistique et financière de l'ONU, mais les Etats-Unis, premiers contributeurs de l'organisation, s'en sont jusqu'ici opposés. Lire la suite »

Sheriff's Deputy Decimates Squad Car by Nailing Deer at 114 miles per hour

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According to Caulk, the deputy was traveling around 114 miles per hour with his lights and sirens on when he struck the deer. Isanti County News reports the unnamed deputy was speeding down the road at around 114 miles per hour in response to a report of a man with a gun at a local restaurant in Cambridge, Minn ., early Saturday, Oct. Lire la suite »

Body discovered in trunk of vehicle after chase in Kaufman County

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None of them were harmed. A deputy with the Kaufman County Sheriff's Office found the suspect's vehicle on Interstate 20 when a chase began and then the auto later crashed into a median. The deputy located Isaac's body and the scene was secured. When the Kaufman County deputy attempted to pull over Gilbert a short time after the shooting, Gilbert accelerated to speeds topping 105 miles per hour in an attempt to evade capture. Lire la suite »

UAE official apologises to Israel for not playing anthem at judo event

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A promising Israeli judoka was forced to sing his country's national anthem to himself after winning gold at the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam tournament - because organisers refused to play it. According to the media in Israel, Mohammed Bin Thaloub Al-Derai and the General Secretary of Abu Dhabi Sports Council, Aref Al-Awani, made the apology to the head of the Israeli Judo Association, Moshe Ponte. Lire la suite »

"Catalogne ma terre, l'Espagne mon pays" — Avec les "unionistes"

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C'est le slogan choisi par l'association unioniste Societat Civil Catalana (SCC) pour sa grande manifestation dimanche contre l'indépendance de la Catalogne . Les indépendantistes, qui avaient obtenu 47,8 % des suffrages en septembre 2015, participeront-ils au scrutin? Selon un sondage publié dimanche par " El Mundo ", les unionistes l'emporteraient aujourd'hui d'une courte tête sur les indépendantistes, 43,4 % des voix contre 42,5 %. Lire la suite »

Breath of the Wild Still Getting Second DLC This Year

So far, 2017 has been a stellar year for Nintendo. "This, combined with the popularity of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild " and " Mario Kart 8 Deluxe " have helped boost the company's revenue. For now, we'll have to get by on the few pieces of information Nintendo has seen fit to reveal regarding the DLC. Like Aonumua, though, Fils-Aime teased a forthcoming announcement. Lire la suite »

Un salarié de Leclerc licencié pour avoir mangé une banane

Il a contesté son licenciement devant le tribunal des prud'hommes qui a jugé l'affaire ce lundi à Périgueux. "Je me suis retrouvé au chômage du jour au lendemain en fin d'année". A lire aussi: Un laveur de vitres licencié pour un bout de fromage? "On ne sanctionne pas par un licenciement pour faute grave quelqu'un qui mange un bien lui appartenant", a-t-il encore avancé. Lire la suite »

Super Mario Odyssey races past 2 million copies sold

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The sales numbers put Mario ahead of other Switch exclusives from this year, most notably Nintendo's new fighting IP ARMS. The strong sales figures come just a day after Nintendo revealed plans to ramp up Switch production yet again, with the company looking to beat the lifetime Wii U sales figures in just the first year of Switch being on shelves . Lire la suite »

Pregnant woman 'beaten up' by cops, dies

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Ruchi Rawal, aged 22, was hit with sticks on her stomach allege the villagers, after which she collapsed and died. The police persons who thrashed Ruchi were there to investigate illegal alcohol production and decided that she was hiding liquor in her belly, said family members. Lire la suite »

Army to help rebuild bridge at Elphinstone station in Mumbai

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Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman inspects the Elphinstone Road railway bridge with Railway Minister Piyush Goyal in Mumbai on Tuesday. The work on these bridges will be completed by January 31. Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that while the army "has its role at the borders", it was roped in because of the urgency. "We know that the Indian Army rushes to places where there are natural disasters". Lire la suite »

ANNOUNCED: SSC CGL Tier 1 result 2017 declared, check it now

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Click on the "Result" link in top menu bar. The SSC CGL 2017 results are displayed in full on the website mentioned above and the aspirants can have a thorough look at the cut-off for different categories. Candidate will have to search his/her name or roll number in the list. Through Combined Graduate Level Examination, 2017 , SSC will recruit non-technical Group "B" and Group "C" non-gazette posts in various government departments and ministries of central government. Lire la suite »