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Miss South Africa: The Next Miss Universe 2017

With all laurels, Miss South Africa Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters has been crowned the Miss Universe 2017. Demi-Leigh was crowned by Iris Mittenaere, Miss Universe 2016, during the 66th Miss Universe pageant. The first runner-up is Miss Colombia Laura González and the second runner-up Miss Jamaica Davina Bennett. The beauty pageant was …

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Chinese Drop Investing In HERE After The U.S. Opposition

A Chinese-controlled team has quiet its scheme to buyout a share in HERE, the German carmaker-supported mapping firm, after it was unsuccessful to win authorization from the panel a U.S. national security oversight. Navinfo, the Chinese mapping company, claimed this week that the firm and partners Tencent, the Chinese Internet …

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Pixel 2 XL May Feature Stereo Speakers

One more set of handsets of the forthcoming Google Pixel XL handset, tipped to be dubbed as Pixel 2 XL, have been unveiled. The latest report arriving from sources has verified that the handset will have front-facing stereo speakers, something that is absent in the present Pixel XL handsets and …

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Europe To Set Up 400 Car Charging Stations By The End Of 2020

A team of mainly German car producers will start ultra-fast charging stations for electric car this year and aims a network all over European of 400 by the end of 2020, hoping to narrow lead of Tesla. News about the proposal, first marked a year back, had been long expected …

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Fraud Scandal Broke The Dream Of Becoming China’s Science Superpower

Along with creating world domination and challenge the American leadership, China now wants to become a global powerhouse in the field of scientific research. It has the most laboratory scientists in the world. Not only this, China is also spending heavily in research and development. Apart from the US, the …

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Taj Mahal A Blot On Indian Culture: BJP Leader Sangeet Som

BJP MLA Sangeet Som is known as the Taj Mahal “a blot on Indian traditions” and a tombstone “constructed by traitors”, prompting the Uttar Pradesh administration to elucidate it’s part of “our proud inheritance”. “Several public were saddened that the Taj Mahal was distant from UP sightseeing booklet. What record …

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Video game players receive varsity treatment at most of the U.S. colleges

In some or the other ways, they are similar to classic college sports persons. They are on varsity squads. They undergo training for hours amid classes. Some receive heavy scholarships. But as an alternative to playing sports, they are playing video games. On college premises, varsity gaming squads with all …

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TRAI debates on robust mechanism to end pesky calls

Users can expect to get less pesky messages and unwanted calls if the latest efforts of the telecom regulator to squeeze the restriction of such calls become victorious. The telecom regulator has looked in the views of shareholders to enhance this mechanism in the middle of elevating complaints. Recognizing that …

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China’s green ambition to make it a leader

China is currently looking at including renewable energy in every aspect of the nation’s functioning. The Chinese sun will prove to be source of energy for a number of things in the coming years. China is currently one of the countries making a lot of investments in the renewable energy …

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Uber launches largest Greenlight Center in Bangalore, India

Ride-sharing firm Uber announced the commencement of its largest “Greenlight Center” in Bangalore, India, intended to dole out as a single-stop solution for needs of driver partners. The 15,000 sq. ft. facility is committed to driver partners in Bangalore for superior customer support and service, as mentioned by the firm …

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