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Caught in racist dogging of Obama, Sony's Amy Pascal endures o...

Caruba: Professional Writing Services Pursuant to Title 17 U.S.C. 107, other copyrighted work is provided for educational purposes, research, critical comment, or debate without profit or payment. If you wish to use copyrighted material from this ... Canada Free Press, 11 hours ago

Assura, Inc. to Present at the HIAPBA January Lunch & Learn - Ransomware Infections and Data Breach Protection

The session is titled, Ransom? Ransomware: A Computer Virus that Holds Your Data Hostage. As several high profile events have shown, ransomware infections are not picky and small businesses are popular targets. Some security software may not detect ...
 Consumer Electronics Net11 hours ago

Republicans looking to introduce net neutrality bill that avoids Title II

2014 has seen a widescale battle for net neutrality, with the government and massive corporations clashing over just what a free and open internet will look like in the years to come. Much of that conversation has focused around the FCC , which ...
 The Verge11 hours ago

She's People Magazine's Sexiest Woman of the Year — It's the First Time the Magazine Has Awarded the Title; It's Not Beyonce, Rihanna, Sofia Vergara or J-Lo. It's …

A month after People magazine named Chris Hemsworth its Sexiest Man Alive, the magazine has named its first-ever Sexiest Woman of the Year — model and actress Kate Upton. Upton was honored at the People Magazine Awards, broadcast live Thursday ...
 TV Week11 hours ago

#KashmirPhotos: 10 photographs of heaven on earth

We'd invited you to share your #KashmirPhotos and we've been inundated with your responses! Here's the first batch of responses! Been to Kashmir? Post your #KashmirPhotos on ZaraBol and we will carry the best responses on! We start with this picture of River Lidder as seen from the road to Pahalgam by Laxmikanth Parmar. Priyam Gudhaka's photograph of the sun setting on Dal Lake is up next. And yet another one by Priyam of breathtaking picture of a lush green valley in Kashmir! ...
 Rediff.com33 minutes ago

Australia stumble early after being set 128 for victory

Mitchell Johnson celebrates taking the wicket of Ajinkya Rahane on Day 4 of the second Test at The Gabba. Photograph: Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images Australia were 25 for two at tea chasing 128 for victory and an unassailable 2-0 series lead after dismissing India for 224 on the fourth day of the second Test at the Gabba in Brisbane on Saturday. - ScorecardIndia paceman Ishant Sharma removed David Warner for six and Shane Watson for a duck, both caught behind, to leave Chris Rogers (15 not out) ...
 Rediff.com43 minutes ago

Powerful bomb found near Indo-Myanmar border

A three kg IED planted by militants was found near an Assam Rifles post at the border town of Moreh in Manipur's Chandel district, police said. The bomb was detected by a patrol party of 9th Assam Rifles battalion from a place at the international line in Moreh on Thursday and later defused, the police said. It is being suspected that the bomb was planted by militants to attack security personnel posted in the border town where Assam Rifles, Border Security Force and other forces were ...
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14.27 per cent polling till 9 am in Jharkhand in 5th pase

Over 14 per cent voting was registered in the first two hours of polling in 16 assembly seats in tribal Santhal Parganas in Jharkhand in the fifth and final phase of polling today.    People queued up at the polling stations braving the winter morning chill and voting, which began at 7 am, picked up as the day progressed. The constituency-wise voting percentage till 9 am was 15per cent at Rajmahal, 17 per cent at Borio, 15 per cent atBarhait, 14 per cent at Littipara, 16 per cent ...
 Rediff.com51 minutes ago

Govt strips diplomat Devyani Khobragade off her duties

The external affairs ministry has stripped her of her duties Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade as director in the partnership development division. She has been placed under a compulsory wait. Syed Akbaruddin, spokesperson of the MEA, said that the action taken against Khobragade is related to an ongoing inquiry against her in a vigilance case. Action was taken against the diplomat, as she had failed to disclose that her husband is an United States citizen and that she has got US passports ...
 Rediff.com54 minutes ago Diplomat Devyani Khobragade stripped of her charge  Rediff.com2 hours ago

Now eye camp horror in Himachal: 10 lose eyesight after surgery

NDTV reports: Days after a botched up cataract surgery at a free eye camp at Punjab's Gurdaspur, at least 10 people have reported loss of vision in a similar surgery in Himachal Pradesh's Kangra district. At least 60 persons lost their eyesight after an operation at an eye camp organised by an NGO in Gurdaspur district of Punjab earlier this month. The Centre had sought a report from the Punjab government on the botched up surgeries.   Image: Representation purpose  ...
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