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Indian-American elected New Jersey Mayor despite anti-Sikh propaganda


While talking to NBC news , Bhalla said he got inspired for public office during the 2008 United States presidential election and closed his office for one week so that he and his brother could campaign for then-senator Barack Obama. Many mistake them as Muslim because they wear a turban as a sign of their faith, making them easy targets of deplorable hate crimes. More than 45 percent of Edison was born overseas, and about a quarter of the township was born in India. Lire la suite »

Opération antiterroriste franco-suisse, dix interpellations


Le ministre de l'Intérieur, Gérard Collomb, a indiqué mercredi que les dix personnes interpellées la veille en France et en Suisse dans le cadre d'une opération antiterroriste avaient été "endoctrinées par un prétendu imam" et n'avaient "pas vraiment déterminé" de cible. Lire la suite »

Tata Motors profit jumps 3-fold to Rs. 2483 cr

Consolidated net profit of the passenger and commercial vehicle maker during the quarter ended September increased to Rs 2,501.67 crore, from Rs 848.16 crore in same quarter past year, the company said in an exchange filing on Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). Lire la suite »

Cohn: CEOs are the 'most excited group' about GOP tax plan

Cohn told CNBC that American CEOs are thrilled about the Republican plan to slash taxes for businesses, insisting the plan would make the US more competitive with global corporations. Similarly, advocates of massive tax breaks for the wealthy and corporations tend to avoid references to "trickle-down" tax policies because most of the public is repulsed by the idea of giving more money to those at the very top and waiting for prosperity to eventually work its way to everyone else. Lire la suite »

Olivier Bettati s'éloigne du FN et intègre le CNIP — Nice


Je veux m'atteler à bâtir un parti qui parle à tous, en prenant part au débat nationalexplique l'élu, contacté par téléphone. Le cas d'Olivier Bettati du FN est tout sauf anecdotique. Car cet ancien du RPR puis de l'UMP, ancien adjoint de Christian Estrosi à Nice , un temps proche de la " droite décomplexée " de Jean-François Copé, n'a jamais été adhérent du FN. Lire la suite »

New Google file share app doesn't require mobile data use


Files Go is meant to be a smart storage app, as it includes features to remove unwanted items, duplicate files, and more. The main interface shows an overview of how much storage space is being used by files and offers tools to clean the app cache, or browse through other areas where files may have accumulated - like those received from a chat application, for example. Lire la suite »

Oxford: Over 60 Evacuated, 2 Policemen Hospitalized in Chemical Hazard


County councillor John Howson said he understood "a number of police officers" received medical treatment as a precaution. It remains unclear what the initial arrest was for, or who may now be in custody. No members of the public were reported to have been injured, the spokeswoman added, but she could not immediately say if any police officers were hurt. Lire la suite »

United Kingdom to support ban on pesticides linked to bee deaths


The UK will back further restrictions on neonicotinoid pesticides after growing evidence of the harmful effect on bee populations, the Defra secretary of state Michael Gove has announced. This followed other highly critical reports on pesticides, including research showing most farmers could slash their pesticide use without losses and a United Nations report that denounced the "myth" that pesticides are necessary to feed the world. Lire la suite »

Dollar slips vs yen on USA tax reform doubts


That unexpected volatility helped to drive demand for the Yen, viewed as a safe haven by FX traders. The yen is a low-yielding currency that is often used to fund investment in higher yielding currencies and assets when risk sentiment is positive. Lire la suite »

Saudi Anti-Graft Campaign Reveals At Least $100 Billion Stolen


He repeated statements by other top officials that normal commercial activity had not been affected by the crackdown, and that only personal bank accounts had been frozen, not corporate accounts. Those arrested included billionaire businessman Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the former head of the royal court Khaled Al-Tuwaijri, and Saudi media mogul Waleed Al-Ibrahim. Lire la suite »

Biden: 'I Believed I Was' Most Qualified Candidate For President


In 2015, as candidates began to throw their hats into the ring, Biden's 46-year-old son Beau died from brain cancer . "If I were to announce to run, I have to be able to commit to all of you that I would be able to give it my whole heart and my whole soul", he said in an announcement to the DNC. Lire la suite »

Logitech will deliberately brick Harmony Link devices next year


This has already caused quite a stir over on Reddit and the Logitech forums , with many throwing around the idea of a class action lawsuit. Given the Harmony Link's age, Logitech is pulling support for it, but beyond that, the company says that the device will no longer work after March 2018. Lire la suite »

Rebekha Sharkie enters citizenship saga


The English-born MP took steps to relinquish her British citizenship in April past year but her renunciation did not officially come into effect until July 11, 2016, according to The Australian. The Prime Minister in our conversation suggested I may have to refer myself to the High Court. I repeated this information to the Prime Minister. Liberal Party MP Tim Wilson, who was born in London during a family holiday, also shares a similar predicament with Ms Sharkie and Ms Key, with his ... Lire la suite »

Police seeking public help to find possible missing child

A police spokesman confirmed the man was arrested on Scarborough Street in Southport about three hours later. Police said the man then made threats towards the child. The man is described as being Caucasian in appearance, around 180cms tall with a proportionate build and has tattoos on his arms. He was last seen about 10.30am wearing a black singlet, black trousers and a cap and was carrying a black gym bag. Lire la suite »

Remembrance Day services to be held in Sylvan Lake


Events get underway at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday. Members of the public are invited to attend. The Legion continues to hold a small service at the cenotaph for any who wish to go as a tradition. on November 11, with the parade march. Afterwards, a light lunch will be served at the Lacombe Legion. Two different ceremonies will be held, including one outdoors at the Cenotaph in Veterans' Park at 49 Ave. Lire la suite »

L'armée s'empare de la dernière ville détenue par Daech — Syrie


Diverses sources indiquent d'ailleurs que des combattants du Hezbollah libanais, allié du régime syrien, ont franchi la frontière pour pouvoir attaquer Boukamal par le nord. De l'autre côté de la frontière, les forces irakiennes ont acculé l'État islamique dans une zone frontalière. Pour mener à bien cette offensive, elles sont aidées par les unités dites de "mobilisation tribale" du Hachd al-Chaabi, coalition paramilitaire dominée par les milices chiites soutenues par l'Iran. Lire la suite »

Balance of Power: Tough-Talker Trump Settles for China's Warm Words


His arrival was filled with an unmistakable sense of irony. The Trumps walked alongside Xi and his wife through the historic site and admired artifacts from centuries' past. While in South Korea , Mr Trump had offered North Koreans a "path towards a much better future" , having urged the regime to "come to the table" and "make a deal" over its nuclear programme. Lire la suite »

Colombie: saisie de 12 tonnes de cocaïne, record historique

La drogue , d'une valeur à la revente aux Etats-Unis estimée à 360 millions de dollars (310 millions d'euros), était dissimulée dans des caves de quatre fermes de la province d'Antioquia, non loin de la frontière avec le Panama. Quatre personnes ont été arrêtées au cours des opérations, qui ont duré trois jours. La Colombie reste le premier producteur mondial de cocaïne avec 646 tonnes en 2015, d'après l'Onu. Lire la suite »

Apple will invent Google Glass by 2020


The tech is expected to be ready in 2019, with a product for market in 2020, but the timeline is called "aggressive" and could, of course, be subject to change. It's possible that users will be able to download and install apps from an AR app store, much like they do across other Apple devices. The team are also building out applications, including messaging, virtual meetings, 360 video and navigation, and there are plans to potentially build out an App Store for the hardware. Lire la suite »