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GST best bet for states to improve finances: RBI


The sales tax department is soon going to start a registration drive for traders and industrialists in the city for effective implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST).The state government has called for a special session to ratify the GST bill which has already been passed by the central government. Lire la suite »

Erdogan Urges US to 'Immediately' Reverse Decision to Arm Syrian Kurds

US -backed Syrian militias said they fully seized the town of Tabqa and Syria's largest dam from Islamic State on Wednesday, a major objective as they prepare to launch an assault on Raqqa city. Turkey, which has sent troops to northern Syrian in an effort to curtail Kurdish expansion along its borders, has for months tried to lobby Washington to cut off ties with the Kurds and work instead with Turkish-backed opposition fighters in the fight for Raqqa. Lire la suite »

Report finds dozens of parked BMWs have unexplained fires


In some cases, the BMW suddenly became engulfed in flames several hours or even days after the vehicle was last used. Investigators believe the fires in both the 2007 model and the 2001 model started in the engine compartments, but exactly why or how they started is unclear. Lire la suite »

Acting FBI director, intel chiefs testify at Senate hearing


The Intelligence Committee declined the deal and has now followed up with an official subpoena. But he said that some people were not complying "so we were going to take next steps". "With that being said, I'll go along with Russia", Mr. Trump said. The announcement came as NBC News reported, citing unidentified sources, that the committee had also sought information relevant to the Russian Federation investigation about Trump and his top aides from a Treasury Department financial ... Lire la suite »

Where in the world is Howard Stern?

But Beth Stern attempted to put the rumors to rest Friday morning by reiterating what fans were already told. He's coming back on Monday. "I am very concerned", tweeted one fan who says he's been a listener since the '80s and " NEVER " recalled the host cancelling a show, while another sent "peace and love" to his "hero". Lire la suite »

Trump Tweets 'Let's Make Peace' After Meeting Russian, Ukrainian Envoys


The president's advisers said this week that Mr Trump fired Mr Comey on Tuesday in response to a recommendation by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. The White House is left fuming after Russia publishes photos of Donald Trump meeting Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (R). "That's the problem with the Russians - they lie", the official added. Lire la suite »

Netflix gives controversial '13 Reasons Why' series more viewer warnings

Most episodes of 13 Reasons Why that contain these kinds of themes are preceded by a "graphic content" warning , and the entire series carries a TV-MA rating. The show's executive producer, Selena Gomez, and Kate Walsh, who plays Hannah's mother, have both defended the show. "We have heard much discussion about the series in our hallways and cafeteria in recent weeks". Lire la suite »

Cyberattacks part of wider international campaign, says Theresa May

FILE - This Friday Aug. 14, 2009 file photo shows a sign outside one of London's National Health Service hospitals. A large cyberattack crippled computer systems at. It had to cancel routine appointments and ambulances were being diverted to neighboring hospitals, Barts said. Several individual health service trusts in England reported severe problems. Lire la suite »

Ransomware attacks reported in Europe

The numbers were an initial estimate and were expected to go up. "It's an global attack and a number of countries and organizations have been affected", she said. In 2016, Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center in California said it had paid a $17,000 ransom to regain control of its computers from hackers. Russian Federation was the worst affected, according to both Kaspersky and Avast, another anti-virus provider. Lire la suite »

Trump brands Comey a 'showboat' and 'grandstander'

He said he had spoken to Trump earlier this week, but not about the Russian Federation probe. With just one tweet, President Donald Trump has opened the floodgates to new comparisons between himself and former President Richard Nixon, who secretly recorded more than 3,000 hours of conversations during his presidency. Lire la suite »

Latest fighting kills 37 people in Central African Republic


Lacroix, who laid wreaths on the coffins of the slain peacekeepers during the ceremony. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue. The diamond-rich but poverty-stricken nation has been in crisis since late 2012, when inter-religious violence broke out between Muslim and Christian rebel groups. Lire la suite »

Global cyberattack cripples UK hospitals, spreads to more countries

Telecommunications giant Telefonica was among the targets in Spain, though it said the attack was limited to some computers on an internal network and had not affected clients or services. The ransomware, known as WannaCry, was leaked by a group calling itself the Shadow Brokers, which has been dumping stolen NSA hacking tools online since previous year. Lire la suite »

Trump has shared his impressions of the meeting with Lavrov

The official requested anonymity to discuss matters of security. There had been no plans to immediately broadcast images from the meeting. Sitting in the Oval Office with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger at his side, Trump gave few details about his discussion with the Russian diplomat. Lire la suite »

Hard Time Gets Harder: US Justice Dept Issues Stricter Sentencing Guidelines

As a result, during the Obama era, federal prosecutors were instructed not to charge someone for a drug crime that would trigger a mandatory minimum sentence if certain specific factors were met: (a) the relevant conduct didn't involve death, violence, a threat of violence or possession of a weapon; (b) the defendant wasn't an organizer, leader or manager of others within a criminal organization; (c) there were no ties to large-scale drug trafficking operations; and (d) the defendant didn't ... Lire la suite »

Microsoft details upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update


It's basically a successor to, or even a replacement for, Windows Movie Maker, an app that let you create videos on a Windows XP or Windows 7 machine. However, some of the new features should deliver productivity enhancements for more traditional PC users. It reminds us a lot of Apple's new Clips app. Lire la suite »

Le renvoi du chef du FBI, acte rare et extrême

Hasard du calendrier, le président des Etats-Unis a reçu mercredi le chef de la diplomatie russe Sergueï Lavrov, une première rencontre qualifiée par lui de "très bonne" avec un haut responsable russe, et qui préfigure celle avec Vladimir Poutine prévue en juillet en Allemagne. Lire la suite »

Windows 10 gets chummy with Apple, iTunes in next version

Windows personal computers "will love all your devices", said Microsoft operating systems group corporate vice president Joe Belfiore. In an announcement that evoked some of the loudest cheers in Thursday's crowd, iTunes software will be added to the Windows Store. Lire la suite »

British hospitals hit by cyber attacks

Several British hospitals were hit by cyber attacks on Friday, the country's health service said, forcing some to divert ambulances to other clinics and urge people not to try to contact their doctors. Telefonica said the impact of the attack was limited to some computers on an internal network and had not affected clients or services. The malware can infect and lock computers, granting time for the attackers to demand a ransom. Lire la suite »

SKorea's new leader to take on family-owned business empires

Two sources with knowledge of the situation said the USA embassy in Beijing had submitted a diplomatic note to China's foreign ministry, saying that inviting North Korea sent the wrong message at a time when the world was trying to pressure Pyongyang over its repeated missile and nuclear tests . Lire la suite »

Sean Spicer Claims Delay in Firing Followed Protocol


Former acting attorney general Sally Yates told a Senate panel Monday she warned the White House that Flynn "essentially could be blackmailed" by Russian Federation more than two weeks before he was sacked. Robert Kelner, an attorney for Flynn, declined to comment. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has previously expressed skepticism about Yates' motives in giving her initial heads up about Flynn to the White House. Lire la suite »

Apple Adding iTunes To Windows Store

For instance, the Windows 10 S operating system merely runs Windows Store applications. This way, we had Threshold as the name for the first version of Windows 10, Threshold 2 for November Update, Redstone Anniversary Update, Redstone 2 or Creators Update and Redstone 3 or Fall Creators Update. Lire la suite »