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Samsung to help India become $1 trillion digital economy: Prasad


The company is already believed to have bought 35 acres of land for the goal. Hong Hyun-chil, CEO of Samsung Southwest Asia, told audience members at the ground-breaking ceremony that Samsung began rolling out its first TVs in June 1997 and ever since it has represented Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's " Make in India " initiative, which encourages national and multi-national companies to manufacture their products in India. Read More »

Schlumberger Limited. (SLB) Shares Bought by Ledyard National Bank

The stock declined 0.56% or $0.39 reaching $68.88 per share. About 292,925 shares traded. The Firm also imports, distributes and retails accessories and casegoods furniture products. The Grisanti Capital Management Llc holds 57,520 shares with $4.83M value, up from 10,775 last quarter. Bath Savings has invested 0.12% in Schlumberger Limited. Read More »

2 militants, army man killed as infiltration bid foiled in Nawgam sector


The Northern Command statement said the Army has foiled multiple attempts made by the Pakistan Army to push armed infiltrators across the LoC. The reproduction of the story/photograph in any form will be liable for legal action. The deaths came a day after Indian soldiers killed three combatants as they tried to cross into the territory. It may be mentioned here that this was the second infiltration attempt by terrorists in last 48. Read More »

Sunny, warm Thursday with a chance for thunderstorms


Thursday's highs will be in the mid- to upper-70s and most of the day will be sunny. Northeast wind 11 to 13 miles per hour. Tonight: Mostly clear, with a low around 51. Chance of precipitation is 50%. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 69. Chance of precipitation is 30%. New precipitation amounts of less than a tenth of an inch possible. Read More »

Donald Trump bloque des utilisateurs Twitter, une ONG lui demande d'arrêter


Bloquer un utilisateur sur Twitter a pour effet de l'empêcher de mentionner la personne qui l'a bloquée, mais également de lui envoyer des messages privés et de voir ses publications dans son fil d'information. Le problème, c'est que le président américain a entrepris de bloquer des internautes qui l'avaient critiqué. Premièrement, il ne s'agit pas d'un compte personnel banal. Read More »

Pas d'offre de reprise formulée dans les délais — GM&S

Le comité d'entreprise a également demandé au juge d'administration de repousser la date d'audience pour analyser les offres de reprise du 23 au 30 juin. Macron ". "Une délégation sera reçue à la sous-préfecture de Bellac (Haute-Vienne) vendredi 9 juin à 19H00 par le président de La République Emmanuel Macron ", indiqué un communiqué des représentants CGT de GM&S en fin de journée jeudi. Read More »

Trump Administration asks US Supreme Court to reinstate travel order

However, so far, the courts have been unconvinced. President Donald Trump speaks about the USA role in the Paris climate change accord, Thursday, June 1, 2017, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington . Another of the court's conservatives, Neil Gorsuch, was appointed by Trump this year. Justice has asked the Supreme Court to review the 4th Circuit case and place stays on the injunctions from both the Maryland and Hawaii cases, NPR reported. Read More »

Officer Had No Reason to See Castile As a Threat


Robinson went on to ask why she felt compelled to record the shooting's immediate aftermath and live-stream it on Facebook . Jeronimo Yanez , the police officer who shot and killed Philando Castile, is now on trial for second-degree manslaughter. Read More »

Qatar Suspends all Flights to Saudi Arabia

Qatar hosts one of the largest U.S. military bases in the region. Qatar has said it will not retaliate against the curbs. The nations also cut air and sea traffic with Qatar. "Additionally, the president emphasised the importance of maintaining a united Gulf Cooperation Council to promote regional stability, but never at the expense of eliminating funding for radical extremism or defeating terrorism", it added. Read More »

Virginia-based appeals court declines to reinstate Trump's revised travel ban


The ruling means the Trump administration still can not enforce its travel ban which affects six Muslim-majority countries: Iran, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Libya and Sudan. Ilya Somin, a law professor at George Mason University, said if the Supreme Court follows a partisan divide, the Trump administration may fare better since five of the nine are Republican nominees. Read More »

Apple 'HomePod' speaker to take on Amazon, Google

Apple sees the HomePod as a way to reinvent the home music experience and bundle Siri , its AI engine, in the center of it all . The device stands at 7 inches and features seven tweeters and six microphones. A deal bringing Amazon Prime Video to Apple TV , announced on Monday at Apple's developer conference after years of talk, shows how competitive tensions among Silicon Valley titans can stand in the way of serving customers. Read More »

College dropout now receives honorary degree from HARVARD. Guess who is it?


Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg recently gave a commencement speech at Harvard , which is ironic since he dropped out of the school upon creating the social media site. In his Harvard commencement speech today, he outlined a plan "to create a world where every single person has a sense of goal". Mark Zuckerberg finally has his Harvard degree. Read More »

Critics say Trump tweets may undercut legal case

What a president says and does is news-particularly when a president talks about what he's doing, has done, or plans to do. Trump's previous comments and tweets about the ban have already been used against the lawyers arguing on his behalf. Read More »

Middle Eastern countries terminate diplomatic relations with Qatar

Trump's Tuesday tweet - in which he said "all reference was pointing to Qatar " as a financier of extremism - was especially surprising given Qatar's role as host of the largest U.S. The Qatari Foreign Ministry said in a statement the two held talks on how "restore the normal relations" of the Gulf. Qatari nationals have been banned from flying on Qantas airliners to and from Dubai after the UAE cut ties with Qatar . Read More »

We're 'willing to talk' to resolve diplomatic crisis


The Turkish military will ensure the safety of Qatar, said Qatar's Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al-Thani. "At the end, there won't be any escalating measures in response from Qatar because it believes such disputes among fraternal countries should be solved at a dialogue table", he said, stressing that there must be a disclosure session to discuss points of view, identify the areas of difference and work to limit them while respecting each side's opinions. Read More »

Trump calls for rebuilding transportation systems, blasts Democrats as obstructionist


President Donald Trump is promoting the Republican health-care bill that's facing uncertain prospects in Congress. During a campaign stop in Wilmington Ohio previous year, Trump said he would redirect billions of dollars in payments to the United Nations to combat climate change and "use that money to invest in America", including replacing the double-decker bridge. Read More »

IPhone feature to block texts while driving

Specifically, iOS 11 now enables users to get a clearer snapshot of where their storage is being used up while also providing quick solutions help to clear up space. "We should not lose sight of the fact that drivers using the iPhone are involved in thousands of crashes", Feldman told the Huffington Post. The particularly bad news is even if you do upgrade, you may find some apps and games disappear from the App Store anyway. Read More »

La moitié des offices postaux du Jura pourrait disparaître


Mais le comportement des clients a changé et La Poste s'y adapte. Il souhaite également que tout office supprimé soit remplacé par une solution satisfaisante, de préférence une agence. Il faudra peut-être faire preuve de flexibilité et travailler dans un autre village, mais "nous ferons tout pour éviter les licenciements". Dans un communiqué, le Gouvernement jurassien dit regretter la décision de La Poste . Read More »

Iran officials say 5 attackers fought for IS

Iran's Intelligence Ministry said Thursday it will soon release the names and pictures of the gunmen involved in the terrorist attacks, all of whom were killed on Wednesday, Tasnim reported. While expressing the solidarity with the victims' families, the Minister said, "I am pained and heartbroken and extend my heartfelt condolences to Imam Khamenei and the fearless people of Islamic republic of Iran especially the bereaved families". Read More »

Childcare worker stabbed by three women in London


The Metropolitan Police confirmed the attack this afternoon and are still looking for the three women who fled the scene. She was taken to hospital as a precaution with a slash wound. " Her stomach was hurting, she had marks all over her, her hair was pulled out ". "I instantly, after what has been happening regarding terrorists, thought the worst and informed her I will drive up to collect them", Mr Ashmore said. Read More »

Qatar ambassador 'surprised' by Trump's tweets

The call came after a senior Saudi royal arrived in Kuwait with a message from the Saudi king. An Omani diplomat travelled to Qatar on Monday. M - US President Donald Trump has claimed credit for the pressure being placed on Qatar by Gulf neighbours who accuse it of supporting terrorism in the region, BBC News reported. Read More »