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New video of MH17 downing shows alarm in Ukraine
Times of India

Video Captures MH17 Crash Aftermath

The amateur footage, filmed by a resident of Hrabove, shows people reacting in alarm as wreckage blazes only a few meters away from their homes on the afternoon of July 17. NDTV, 1 week ago
New video of MH17 downing shows alarm in Ukraine Times of India, 1 week ago

18 images for few alarms, 1 week ago
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Corsham People, 3 weeks ago
Isle of Wight Council, 1 month ago
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Deadspin, 4 weeks ago

Dad’s aides gone, Nitesh Rane falls back on veterans

Nitesh Rane Alarmed by his brother Nilesh Rane’s defeat in the Lok Sabha elections a few months ago, Nitesh Rane has changed his strategy for the upcoming state Assembly polls. Nilesh’s defeat not only came as a jolt for Nitesh, but was also an eye-opener ...
 Asian Age1 month ago

Alarm over quick-solution weight surgery

A week after her 27th birthday, after a decade of eating in abundance and few thoughts about gaining weight, Alisha opted for surgery to fight obesity, a procedure involving her stomach that would make her eat less. She recalls her typical diet before the ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago

TAH, An Open Source Device That Connects Anything To Your Smartphone

With smartphone prices falling alarmingly over last few years, everyone is moving from basic phones to Smartphones and with it world of possibilities have opened up, especially when it comes to controlling various devices and gadgets directly from your ...
 Trak.in2 weeks ago Smarter analogue, designed faster (17/11/2014)  Electronic Product Design1 day ago

Cocoon: A home security system that could say goodbye to false alarms for ever

Quite a few of us have spent sleepless nights waging war with our burglar alarm as it deafens our ears with its exploding noise in the middle of the night. More than often it's a false alarm there's something wrong with the battery or maybe the ...
 Breaking News.ie1 day ago

Violence at Hospitals rising alarmingly

STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Balurghat, 27 November Increasing incidents of violence in state-run hospitals across South Dinajpur district posing threat to the security of doctors and hospital staff. Over the past few months there have been a series ...
 The Statesman7 hours ago

Alarming rise in NPAs, but banks letting off big fish & chasing small fries

| BHUPENDER SINGH There has been wide ranging discussion about money of Indians lying in foreign banks. The amount is understood to be a few thousand crores. This amount is lying abroad is invisible and recovery unsure. But we are paying little ...
 New Delhi Pioneer8 hours ago

NY's Jewish Theological Seminary head 'alarmed' by Israel's Jewish nation-state bill

Chancellor Arnold Eisen urges Israeli parliamentarians not to relegate country's minorities to second-class status. The Jewish Theological Seminary in New York has come out against Israel's proposed nation-state bill, which would enshrine into law ...
 Haaretz12 hours ago JTS chancellor comes out against Israel's nation-state bill  JTA1 day ago

Railroads Sound Alarm for Chicago Gridlock: Freight

(Corrects city to Burley, Idaho in 16th paragraph in story that ran Nov. 25) With last week's 7 feet of snow in upstate New York heralding an early winter, railroads crisscrossing Chicago are rushing to open 24-hour command centers, install ...
 BusinessWeek1 day ago Railroads Sound Alarm Ahead of Chicago Gridlock Redux: Freight  Bloomberg2 days ago

RBI's rate cut: Risks and benefits to the Indian economy

Monetary easing would carry very few risks now, and offer several large benefits, says Andy Mukherjee. Image: The Indian economy awaits RBI's next monetary policy. Photograph: Vijay Mathur/Reuters Global disinflation has finally caught up with India's high-cost economy. Rapidly easing price pressures are creating room for the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to follow its counterpart in Beijing and start cutting interest rates. Monetary easing would carry very few risks now, and offer several large ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Go easy, RBI  Business Standard India2 days ago
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