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BSF cancels Tej Bahadur Yadav's VRS, denies wife's claim of his arrest

The BSF said Yadav was informed of the cancellation of his voluntary retirement on January 30. Sharmila Yadav, speaking to ANI , said that she had waited for her husband's arrival on January 31 but he did not turn up. "He further said that his retirement was also cancelled within an hour and that he was later arrested", claimed Sharmila. His request for voluntary retirement was rejected, it said, as an inquiry against him is pending. Read More »

State Police Prepare for Super Bowl Weekend


Football fans across the country will tune in to the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 5, and for many, the event often includes alcohol. However, the troopers will place an emphasis on impaired driving. State Police remind people to use a Cab, designated driver, or ride services such as Uber and Lyft. Instead, enjoy the game with food and non-alcoholic drinks. Read More »

Levi Jones to USC: OLB recruit signs with Trojans


But then he took off the Florida shirt to display an FSU shirt underneath. However, the No. 4-ranked OLB quickly told the crowd, "you better chill" before taking that shirt off to reveal a Florida State shirt. A Texas high school football star had a little fun on National Signing Day with fans of two Florida schools that were recruiting him. Jones makes another excellent addition to the class and will help bump up the Trojans up the class rankings. Read More »

Hawaiian volcano puts on explosive show as lava cascades into ocean

As the lava hits the ocean, it can cause explosions, throwing pieces nearby and endangering anyone who chooses to venture too close. According to the USGS , the lava is so hot and intense that it is making the sea cliff unstable. Scientists say the entire face of the cliff remains highly unstable and could collapse into the ocean again. Officials have warned the situation can cause hazardous conditions on land and on sea. Read More »

Israeli police start evacuating unauthorized Jewish outpost in West Bank


The eviction operation came as Israel approved the construction of 3,000 new settlement homes at other locations in the West Bank. Israeli Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit has described the new bill as unconstitutional and a breach of global law since it allows expropriation of private land in areas Israel seized in the 1967 Middle East war. Read More »

Gunmen open fire on Quebec City mosque

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau characterized the shooting as a "terrorist attack on Muslims". Echoing previous statements , Lauder said: "We must not be intimidated by terrorism , but cherish our freedom, including the freedom to worship". Read More »

National security adviser Flynn: Administration is putting Iran 'on notice'

While the Obama administration initially said it viewed the ballistic missile tests as a violation - although it opposed new sanctions - Iran insisted that the missiles such as the Emad may have the capability to carry nuclear warheads but are not specifically designed for it, and that they are strictly for defensive deterrence. Read More »

Final Fantasy XV Episode Gladio And Prompto Release Date Revealed

Final Fantasy 15 director Hajime Tabata states a desire to see the game released on PC, hinting that he would like to pursue mod support on the platform. Kitase: " Final Fantasy VII spreads out laterally in a compilation". The Booster Pack DLC will provide the cast with "Magitek Exosuits" which transform them into a colour-coded Super Sentai/Power Rangers team and give them benefits in battle. Read More »

Cassini Captures Spectacular Images of Saturn's Rings

There was concern over the radioactive power source in the event of an explosion of the rocket over Central Florida. Launched in 1997, Cassini has been studying Saturn and its moons since 2004. Every week, the spacecraft shoots past the outer edges of the rings , composed of millions of tiny particles (and some larger ones). In contrast, the current images resolve detail down to 0.3 miles (550 meters) and include views of both the rings' backlit and sunlit sides. Read More »

ISIS Praises Trump Travel Ban for Showing US as Anti-Islamic


Worse, the US government is now spending resources and time making sure refugees from these countries don't cross our borders when real potential threats to our homeland get less attention. The lawsuit claims that the religious "malice" of the immigration ban was revealed on December 7, 2015, when President Trump issued a campaign promise to institute "a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country's representatives can figure out what is going on". Read More »

Austria to ban full face veil in public


The ban would apply to the burqa and niqabs, which cover all or most of the face and are often worn by conservative Muslim women. The centrist coalition almost collapsed last week amid crisis negotiations over the government's future direction. Read More »

Boy Scouts to Allow Transgender Kids

Boy Scout policy states no youth can be removed from any program based on sexual preference alone but gender orientation was a separate issue. Michael Surbaugh , the Scouts' chief executive, said in a video statement that the decision was made "after weeks of significant conversations" at all levels of the organization. Read More »

Apple gets ready to end support for 32-bit iOS apps

In addition, those applications that facilitate transactions may lead to sanctions under Iranian law. There are about 40 million smartphones in Iran with over 6 million iPhones being used by people in the country. The Iranian Transactions and Sanctions Regulations issued by the US Department of the Treasury blocks the market that might become a highly lucrative one for Apple. Read More »

Lego Life: Social Network For Kids Looks Amazing But is it Safe?


Most kids are creative geniuses in one way or another. The app is now available the US, UK, Canada, France, Germany, Denmark, Austria, and Switzerland on Android and iOS . The app encourages kids and tweens to identify and "follow" topics of interest so that their feed is populated with relevant images, challenges and more . Read More »

SpaceX Tests Three Hyperloop Pod Designs

Teams have tested their pods all week with the hope of making it to the Hyperloop test track. Hyperloop is a conceptual method of high-speed travel developed by Tesla CEO Elon Musk that has generated a lot of interest in the science community. Read More »

Mourinho comments on futures of Schweinsteiger and Young


He rewarded the fans with a late goal - his first at Old Trafford - and Mourinho confirmed after the match that the former Germany worldwide will be part of United's Europa League squad. But after returning to first-team training late a year ago to suggest a thawing of relations, Schweinsteiger has been offered further hope of returning to the fold with claims he will be recalled for Sunday's FA Cup tie with Wigan . Read More »

Bobcat escapes from National Zoo in D.C.

The female bobcat, Ollie , was last seen in her enclosure at 7:30 a.m.by a zoo keeper during a routine check, the zoo said in a statement. Animal Care staff conducted an immediate search and were unable to locate the bobcat. Zoo officials are warning that no one should approach the bobcat if she is spotted. "Bobcats are not known to be aggressive to humans", said the zoo in a press release. Read More »

Why Did Apple Patent A Vaporizer?


This has naturally lead to speculation that Apple wants to enter the vaping industry. The application, which was discovered by Digital Trends , is titled simply " Sublimator/Vaporizer " and describes a device that allows for the vaporization of an unidentified substance via a dual-chamber system. Read More »

Protesters Climb Crane Blocks from the White House


Police arrested Pili Hernandez and six others who participated in the action on Wednesday evening after they descended the crane, and served them with charges of Second Degree Burglary, Unlawful Entry, and Destruction of Property . " Multiple government resources were tied up, and streets were blocked while first responders attempted to safely address this matter ". The location is the site of the former headquarters of The Washington Post; new offices for Fannie Mae are being constructed ... Read More »

New Gambian President Returns Home

The former leader, Yahya Jammeh, oversaw a government accused of imprisoning, torturing and killing his political opponents during a 22-year reign. Barrow was elected president on December 1. But Jammeh, in power since 1994, reversed course within days. The swearing-in ceremony was supervised by a Gambian legal officer and witnessed by members of the diplomatic corps including UN Secretary-General Special Representative and Head of United Nations Office for West Africa (UNOWA) Dr Mohammed ... Read More »

Alphabet Inc Shares Fall As Q4 Profit Misses, But Revenue Beats Estimates


According to a press release, this performance was led by "mobile search and YouTube", which makes sense since advertising continues to be Google's bread and butter - $22.4 billion of that revenue came from advertising. Whilst "Other Bets" is only a small proportion of the business as a whole, it represents a strong future in a number of diverse markets. Despite Porat's cost-cutting, capital spending rose substantially, from $1.8 billion a year ago to $2.9 billion in the fourth quarter. Read More »

Boeing Developed New Spacesuits Meant for Starliner Astronauts

Boeing is planning to use the new Blue suits next year in its Starliner capsule which will ferry astronauts to the International Space Station in 2018. Another feature which is bound to make crewmembers really happy is that the Starliner suits allow water vapor to pass through, away from the astronauts, while remaining airtight. Read More »

Next big march on Washington could be scientists

No date for the march has been set, yet. "This is a non-partisan issue that reaches far beyond people in the STEM fields and should concern anyone who values empirical research and science", a blog post by the group continued, reports the Associated Press. Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S8 release date and first pictures REVEALED

Samsung, in contrast, tends to leak like a sieve - and the full details and photos of the Samsung Galaxy S8 that leaked yesterday are a case in point. In their place will be a large display that is curved and which runs edge to edge of the device. Display-wise, the Samsung Galaxy S8 series will have a bigger screen, resulting in an nearly bezel-free design. Read More »

Unofficial Twitter Accounts Created To Protest Trump

The space agency's unofficial account already has 275,000 followers and is seen as a revolt against Trump's alleged efforts to muzzle climate change organisations. Logistically, Twitter also offers a layer of anonymity, as well as a chance to share an account among multiple disgruntled authors. Over a dozen such accounts have surfaced on Twitter. Read More »

JetBlue Airways Corp. Q4 Profit Retreats 9%

Several research analysts have recently weighed in on the stock . JetBlue Airways Corporation (NASDAQ:JBLU)'s price to free cash flow for trailing twelve months is 10.75. JetBlue Airways Corporation (NASDAQ:JBLU) is now showing its ROA (Return on Assets) of 8.4%. If you are accessing this news story on another publication, it was illegally stolen and republished in violation of U.S. Read More »

Apple sues chip-maker Qualcomm in China

Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf said today on the company's call accompanying its first-quarter earnings report that Qualcomm would continue to work with Apple as a supplier despite a major legal battle happening between the two companies. Read More »

Chuck Schumer challenges Trump on infrastructure


Most of the funding would be focused on four key areas, including $210 billion to fix bridges and roads and an additional $200 billion for the creation of the Vital Infrastructure Projects program. Mueller Water Products Inc, which has factory and foundry operations in Decatur, already gets a lot of its business from spending to fix America's leaky water pipes and valves. Read More »