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"Apple violated European consumers’ rights"
An angry French man walked into an Apple store in the city of Dijon and smashed several new iPhones using a petanque ball.
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The onus to stay calm, that was once always upon New Delhi, appears to have been shifted by the Obama administration to Islamabad.
The onus to stay calm, that was once always upon New Delhi, appears to have been shifted by the Obama administration to Islamabad.
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"They’re going to have a coup, that jihadists are going to take over the government, they’re going to get access to nuclear weapons."
The New York Times said, quoting Clinton as talking about the ‘threatening scenario’ of Pakistani suicide nuclear bombers in an audio being hacked from Democratic Party’s computers.
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What was innovative was the follow-up move by DGMO Lt Gen Ranbir Singh to apprise his Pakistani counterpart of the successful Indian operation and to request Pakistan army’s cooperation in eliminating the jihadis.
India does not have an in-place system facilitating instant deterrent response to Pakistan army-driven terrorist events. Thus each terrorist incident is treated anew and initiates the same rigmarole of bureaucratised consultations and the laborious process of conceiving and fleshing out options
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The US was planning to offer Pakistan a nuclear deal that would have capped its nuclear arsenal in exchange for access to nuclear equipment and supplies it had facilitated for India in 2008.

But it didn't work out.
In a blunt message delivered very publicly on Friday, the United States told the Pakistani government to “exercise restraint” regarding the use of nuclear weapons.
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“A plump man wearing a yellow T-shirt asked me about the fastest way to deliver the nine envelopes. They agreed to pay Rs 1, 020 when we said the letters would be delivered by Wednesday morning."
BK Bansal, arrested by the CBI in a corruption case, and his son Yogesh were on September 27 found hanging from ceiling fans in their east Delhi home. His wife and daughter had killed themselves a few days after Bansal was arrested in July.
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Why is it that fashion models always look so miserable?
When was the last time you saw a supermodel smile while on the ramp? Why is it that fashion models always look so miserable?
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Only about 32% of the region’s cultivated area is under irrigation, but even that fails at the time of drought.
Each time there is an election, leaders flock to the region and make promises, but little changes
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Only 7,327 toilets have been built in Varanasi in the past two years as against a target of 2,34,489 by October 2019.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s constituency, Varanasi will need 32 more years to build the 2.3 lakh toilets planned by the Centre for October 2019, a study on the rate of building toilets, by Delhi-based think tank Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), has shown.
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Seven operators in fray for a total of 2,354.55 MHz across seven bands.
India’s biggest auction of telecom spectrum kicks off on Saturday with seven operators in fray for a total of 2,354.55 MHz across seven bands
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The 22-year-old woman is under investigation for manslaughter.
A 19-year-old man living with the woman in the northern city discovered the case on Thursday and reported it to police. Authorities rushed the newborn to the hospital, and she is now in stable condition.
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Karunanidhi said he had not heard any news of anyone, including Union ministers, meeting Jayalalithaa inside the hospital.
DMK president M Karunanidhi urged the Tamil Nadu government on Friday to “put an end to rumours” regarding the health of AIADMK chief and chief minister Jayalalithaa by providing proper information to the people, while wishing his arch rival a speedy recovery.
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