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Drone attacks on two Saudi Aramco facilities will lead to 5.7 million barrels or 50 percent drop in the oil giant’s production, the Saudi Energy minister has said. Houthis rebels claimed responsibility for the attacks.Explosions  rocked  oil refinery in the city of Abqaiq in the kingdom’s oil-rich Eastern Province and another facility at the vast Khurais oil field on Saturday morning, sparking huge blazes that ravaged the facilities for hours.

Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said  the attacks crippled the facilities, forcing Saudi Aramco to partially halt crude and gas production, but the company was working on recovering the lost quantities and would make an update within 48 hours. The decrease in supplies would be partially compensated through the company’s oil reserves, the minister promised.Yemeni's Houthi rebels claimed responsibility for the drone strikes. They have been attacking Saudi territory since the kingdom got involved into the the civil conflict in the country four years ago with frequent bombings that claimed hundreds of lives.

A giant cruise ship or container ship needs 1,000,000 gallons of fuel per trip. 1 petroleum barrel = 42 gallons

So 6,000,000 barrels of fuel is for 240 giant ships going on 15 to 30 days trip.


419 million phone numbers exposed in Facebook privacy breach

Hundreds of millions of phone numbers linked to Facebook accounts were left exposed on an unprotected server in the latest massive security breach to plague the embattled tech giant. Up to 419 million phone numbers were stored on a database housed on multiple servers including the numbers of an estimated 133 million US-based users alone. The revelation comes just weeks after Facebook was slapped with a record $5 billion fine by the US Federal Trade Commission for violating users’ privacy rights.

YouTube fined $170 million for using children's data to target ads

YouTube has been fined a record $170m (£139m) by a US regulator for violating children's privacy laws.Google, which owns YouTube, agreed to pay the sum in a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).The video-streaming site had been accused of collecting data on children under 13, without parental consent.The FTC said the data was used to target ads to the children, which contravened the 1998 Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (Coppa).

"There's no excuse for YouTube's violations of the law," said FTC chairman Joe Simons.He added that when it came to complying with Coppa, Google had refused to acknowledge that parts of its main YouTube service were directed at children.

Male pilot slapped female pilot in cockpit in flight

Jet Airways has fired two pilots who allegedly fought inside the cockpit of a London-Mumbai flight last week.The private Indian airline said in a statement that it had "terminated services of both the cockpit crew with immediate effect".The pilots involved - a man and a woman - were taken off flight duties pending an investigation.The alleged fight occurred mid-air on 1 January. The flight carrying 324 passengers landed safely in Mumbai. According to Indian media reports which quoted witnesses, the incident occurred after the male pilot allegedly slapped the female pilot.The woman left the cockpit in tears, but colleagues eventually persuaded her to go back, reports said.

Boeing 737 plane hit 6 feet high wall on takeoff

A passenger plane travelling from the south Indian city of Trichy to Dubai sustained damage after hitting the airport wall during take off.Air India IX 611, which was carrying 130 passengers and six crew members, was diverted to Mumbai, where it landed safely. Air India said the two pilots, who have more than 6,500 hours of flying experience between them, have been grounded, pending investigation.Air India is India's national carrier. The airline said in a statement that the Boeing 737 aircraft took off from Trichy airport in southern India early on Friday when airport officials "observed that aircraft might have come in contact with the airport perimeter wall".

The plane had major damages. World record for men's high jump is 8 feet.

US Businesses Begin to Reject Shareholder Supremacy

One of the US's most powerful business groups has abandoned the shareholder-first idea that has driven capitalism for decades. The statement marks the first time the nearly 50-year-old group has said shareholder value is not the first priority. Shareholder primacy was an ethos championed by Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman and has been the foundation of corporate purpose.

The Business Roundtable said the pursuit of shareholder interests is no longer the central purpose of corporate America. A statement released on Monday, titled Business Roundtable Redefines the Purpose of a Corporation to Promote "An Economy That Serves All Americans", was signed by the heads of more than 180 US companies. These included the chief executives of Amazon, American Airlines, and America's biggest bank, JPMorgan Chase.

Scam website appearing in Google search

I did a Google search for help with a software problem and got an 800 number for support that ended up being a scammer. How can I avoid scam websites in Google? Google’s search technology and algorithms are pretty sophisticated, but it has an ongoing challenge with scammers that are constantly trying to game the system.

Once a scammer's legitimate-looking website gets indexed by Google’s search engine, it will appear in search results based on the keywords you type – the scammers know how to leverage this. While Google has a process for reporting websites that you suspect contain malicious software or a fake phishing page, it doesn't have any way for you to report a site that led you to call a scammer. Google has no way to investigate or verify any claims of this nature. Beware of tech support ads on Google

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Tourist from China attacked by Hong Kong protestors


3 people injured as Tesla S car goes up in flames & explodes on Moscow freeway (VIDEOS)

A father and two kids suffered serious injuries after their Tesla S crashed into a tow truck on a freeway and caught fire, due to an alleged autopilot malfunction. Footage of the exploding car was caught on video.

The accident in the middle of Moscow’s Ring Road on Saturday evening happened after the Tesla Model S smashed into a broken-down car. While there was no official confirmation, initial reports blamed the autopilot system that allegedly failed to recognize a static tow truck that was attending the vehicle.

Amazon devices was secretively recording people's private talks

Amazon has become the latest of the trio of tech giants to curb their secretive harvesting and processing of voice recordings via virtual assistants. The practice was rife with Google and Apple, as well.
Amazon announced on Friday that it would allow users of its smartphone assistance app Alexa to deny the company access to their private conversations. “We take customer privacy seriously and continuously review our practices and procedures,” the Amazon spokesperson told Bloomberg.

Singapore bound big oil tanker hit by missile

Japanese trade minister Hiroshige Seko said Thursday that two tankers carrying "Japan-related" cargo were attacked near the Strait of Hormuz. Hiroshige Seko said on Thursday that all crew members were safely rescued. He said the government has set up a task force and that the government has informed the shipping industry to use precautions.The Japan Shipowners' Association said one of the two ships attacked is a Panamanian-registered chemical tanker belonging to its Japanese member and was on its way to Singapore and Thailand, not to Japan.

U.S government blames Iran for attack on oil tankers in Gulf of Oman

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said Washington believes Iran is behind the attacl on two Japanese tankers in Gulf of Oman. He believes Tehran wants to end "successful maximum pressure campaign" of Washington's sanctions.
“This is only the latest in the series of attacks instigated by the Republic of Iran and its surrogates against American allies and interests. They should be understood in the context of four years of unprovoked aggression against freedom-loving nations," Pompeo said.

Lion mother who killed daughter's rapists

Nokubonga Qampi became known as the "Lion Mama" in South Africa after she killed one of three men raping her daughter and wounded the others. She was charged with murder - but after a public outcry the prosecution was halted, and she was able to focus her efforts on her daughter's recovery.

A380 vs Boeing 777 Air Race in sky


Man steals data of 1,400,000 e-shoppers, sells them to call centres

A 23-year-old man, after successfully duping 14 lakh e-commerce customers with help from the employees of the retail companies, has been arrested by the police around 8pm on Saturday from his office in Noida Sector 142.

"The accused revealed that he is a director of a digital marketing company. He said that he bought data from two employees of an e-commerce site at Rs 2-3 per customer and sold it to fake call centres in Delhi NCR, Bihar, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Punjab at Rs 5-6 per customer," Vishal Vikram Singh, additional SP (STF) told Times of India.

1800 women secretly filmed undressing for treatment at San Diego hospital

A San Diego hospital secretly filmed 1,800 women undressing, giving birth and undergoing gynaecological procedures using hidden cameras, a lawsuit filed by 81 of the women claims. Sharp Grossmont Hospital set up hidden cameras in three operating rooms in their women’s health center in El Cajon between July 2012 and June 2013. The motion-activated cameras filmed women giving birth, undergoing hysterectomies, sterilizations and miscarriage procedures, with the cameras capturing the women’s faces and “their most sensitive genital areas,” the suit filed in the California Supreme Court on Friday reads.

1500 Hotel guests 'secretly filmed and live-streamed'

More than 1,500 hotel guests were secretly filmed with footage of them live-streamed to the internet, according to police in South Korea. The illicit activity was discovered in in 30 separate hotels across 10 South Korean cities.

750 people defrauding US citizens from fake call centre

Police in the western Indian city of Thane have arrested more than 750 people suspected of defrauding US citizens from a fake call centre.Officers say the suspects obtained lists of US tax defaulters and used threats to obtain their bank details.Thane police officials said they were contacting the FBI to ask for help.The scammers pretended to be members of the US Internal Revenue Service, and told victims they owed back taxes.

Big pharmaceutical companies increased price by 1000%

Nearly every state in the US is part of a lawsuit against leading pharmaceutical companies which colluded to raise prices on generic medications by as much as 1,000 percent. RT’s Boom Bust talks to Mollye Barrows of America’s Lawyer about the case with the big pharma companies which some are referring to as “the largest cartel case in the history of the United States.”

She says executives of 20 companies met with each other to fix prices and divide the market share of profits for more than 100 generic drugs.

Tech revolution may cause World War III, warns billionaire "Jack Ma"

Chinese entrepreneur Jack Ma says the spate of technological advances around the world could lead to a new global conflict between major powers looking to assert their dominance. “The First World War was because of the first technology revolution. The second technology revolution caused World War II,” he told the audience during a discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos.“This is the third technology revolution – we’re coming.” The Alibaba founder’s comments echoed those he made two years ago, when he said that automation and the rise of artificial intelligence would create internal social upheaval and a geopolitical redistribution of power between the leaders and those left behind. Though elsewhere in his speech, he wryly remarked that “today, there’s no expert of tomorrow, there’s only experts of yesterday.”

Bitcoin evangelist John McAfee fears getting arrested or disappeared

Bitcoin evangelist John McAfee has threatened to “bury” the US government if they keep harassing him over unpaid taxes, promising to leak a huge trove of files proving corruption throughout Washington and its allies.
“I’ve collected files on corruption in governments. For the first time, I’m naming names and specifics,” McAfee warned in a string of tweets stretching back to Sunday. Vowing to release over 31 terabytes of “incriminating data” to the press if arrested or otherwise “disappeared,” he posted the names of a “corrupt CIA agent and two Bahamian officials” along with claims they’d taken bribes and been involved with drug trafficking, apparently to show he was not bluffing.

Japan set to buy 100+ US F-35 stealth fighter jets

Tokyo has agreed to purchase 105 brand-new US-produced F-35 warplanes, US President Donald Trump said on Monday during his state visit to Japan. The announcement comes as Washington locks horns with Turkey over the planes.
The arms deal would give Japan the largest F-35 fleet among Washington’s allies, Trump told reporters following talks with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The upcoming deal, which may reportedly cost Japan a whopping $10 billion, has been discussed since December 2018 as Shinzo Abe’s government approved an increase in the country’s order for Lockheed Martin’s stealth fighters.

Anil Ambani company Reliance Infra's auditors reveal all, says there is missing money on balance sheet

After investors, it is time for auditors to jump Billionaire Anil Ambani’s ship. Within a week of PriceWaterhouseCoopers quitting as auditors of Reliance Capital and Reliance Home Finance, Reliance Infrastructure’s auditors pointed out irregularities in the balance sheet of yet another group company, Reliance Infrastructure. “We were not able to obtain sufficient appropriate audit evidence to provide a basis for an audit opinion on these standalone annual financial results,” the auditors Pathak H D& Associates, in a letter enclosed with the quarterly results of the company.

Rare Video of JF 17 chasing Indian SU 30 on LOC Kashmir


Maharashtra plastic ban: Return Pepsi, Coca Cola pet bottles and get your money back!

Top beverage companies including Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Bisleri, have begun printing a buyback value on all PET bottles sold in Maharashtra. Most companies have settled on Rs 15 per kg for PET bottles, and Rs 5 per kg for shrink wraps."We are working with Gem Enviro to set up reverse vending machines, collection points and collection centres for PET waste bottles at several locations across the state to enable the buyback programme," a PepsiCo spokesperson told the Economic Times, adding that the company has started mentioning a recycle value of Rs 15 per kg of PET waste on its products sold in the state.

Pakistani Prime Minister expecting attack by India

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif spoke over the phone with the army chief of the country, General Raheel Sharif in this regard. Nawaz told the army chief that he is expecting an attack by India and asked him to "respond with full force."As many as 18 Indian soldiers were killed by four Pakistani terrorists in an attack at the crack of the dawn at Uri in Kashmir on Sunday.


Indian military has not crossed Line of control (LoC) in Kashmir for Military strikes since 1971

Nearly 200 specially trained-soldiers moved between 500 metres and 2 kilometres across the Line of Control along multiple sectors in Jammu and Kashmir and targeted seven "launch pads" or staging areas where terrorists were waiting to infiltrate India and attack major cities.

17 Soldiers Killed In Terror Attack On Army Base In Jammu And Kashmir's Uri

The terrorists were killed in a six-hour gun battle at the base, which is around 100 km from state capital Srinagar.Army sources say the base is being searched. The injured have been airlifted to an Army hospital in Srinagar.The terrorists, said to be fidayeen or a suicide squad, sneaked into the base around 4 am and entered the administrative area, officials said.

Pakistan army Mortar Fire against Indian Army at LoC

Pakistani Army Arrest Indian Army Spys and beat them


Kashmir Celebrates Pak Independence Day, Armed Rebels give Gun salute


Pervez Musharraf said "1 million kashmiri people will fight for Pakistan"

Pakistan Will Acquire J-31 Stealth Fighter Jet From China

Pakistan must allow Indian "surgical strikes" upto 40 km inside Azad Kashmir so that all the terrorists near Indian borders are killed

Attempt to Block Islamabad's Share of Water "Act of War": Sartaj Aziz

Pakistan on Tuesday said India cannot unilaterally revoke the 56-year-old Indus Waters Treaty and that any attempt by New Delhi to block Islamabad's share of water could be seen as an act of war.Prime Minister's Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Tuesday told the National Assembly that Pakistan would approach the International Court of Justice if India violates the treaty.Pakistan will not accept "aggression by India in any form" and China would get justification to block Indian water if New Delhi did the same to Islamabad, he said.

10 Countries with most WARSHIPs

escalation of the fighting between India and Pakistan over Kashmir, Pakistan yesterday claimed that it had shot down two Indian fighters in Pakistani air space, close to the region where yesterday India launched air strikes against 600 "infiltrators".India admitted that one plane, a MiG-27, had been shot down by a Pakistani missile while still over India, and termed the attack "a hostile and provocative act". It was the first time Indian aircraft were lost in combat since the 1971 war with Pakistan.

2 indian Fighter Jets got Shot Down while removing 600 terrorists in kargil war
1999. Indian Fighter Jet got flamed out. war is not bollywood

This airforce(the PAF), is second to none""
.The air war lasted two weeks and the Pakistanis scored a three-to-one kill ratio, knocking out 102 Russian-made Indian jets and losing thirty-four airplanes of their own. I'm certain about the figures because I went out several times a day in a chopper and counted the wrecks below." "They were really good, aggressive dogfighters and proficient in gunnery and air combat tactics. I was damned impressed. Those guys just lived and breathed flying. " (General (Retd.) Chuck Yeager (USAF) , Book: Yeager, the Autobiography).

Russia-Pakistan Friendship 2016 military drills

Russia in apparent snub to india will conduct a military exercise with Pakistan in Azad Kashmir

"Pakistan we can handle. Pakistan we can muscle our way, but China, no way we can handle," said Girish Luthra. "And if China comes to the aid of Pakistan, then we're stuck."

Pakistan has termed the surgical strike as an illusion that attempts to create a false image.

China Looting Pakistan over China Pakistan Economical corridor Parvez Musharraf

Indian army vs Pakistani army ( Who Will Win ) 2016

Mughal Kings had the best cannons in 16th century.

ISIS and rebels fighting in Syria. Libya can make some weapons


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Sources are also claiming that 21 Indian soldiers have been killed in this crossfire.

6 countries to leave European Union

After UK's decision to leave European Union, six countries can leave European Union

and Obama was talking of trade benefits with USA for European Union. I think Barack Obama had said that "UK must remain in European Union to enjoy benefits of US trade policies". UK has voted to leave European Union and Obama's stooge David Cameron is resigning.

NATO is looking for war with Russia. Now UK won't be a part of NATO. Obama has proved that U.S Presidents have no saying outside USA and prime ministers & presidents can be overruled

Nuclear system will collapse if India enters NSG

The world non-proliferation regime will collapse if non-Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT) countries such as India are included in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), a top Chinese official has said in Seoul, once again reiterating China’s opposition to New Delhi’s attempt to access the 48-member bloc.

NSG Indicates No Exception Will Be Made for India

Seoul: At the end of its two-day plenary, the NSG on Friday declared its "firm support" for the "full, complete and effective" implementation of the NPT as the cornerstone of the international non-proliferation regime, a clear indication that no exception will be made in the case of India. The statement by the 48-nation grouping, however, said that it will continue to have discussions on participation of countries which have not signed the Nuclear non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).

US drones shot down in Russian airspace


Convoy of 50 Indian military trucks moving towards China border

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Terrorists operate from Dubai

Got some information:  Bitcoin users prefer getting money from hacked ATM card/stolen Debit Cards to earn profit and their bitcoins are sent to Dubai where terrorists operate.
$900 to $7000 Drones$200 to $7000 Drones

Is the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq getting monitory support from sympathisers in India? This is an angle that National Investigative Agency, which arrested five men from Hyderabad, India on Wednesday, will be looking at keenly. Investigations have revealed the cell had sent around Rs 5 lakh to Dubai recently.

2 lions put to death after mauling naked man who entered their cage

Two lions were killed after they severely mauled a man who stripped naked and entered their enclosure in an apparent suicide attempt early on  Saturday, authorities said. The man was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment and was said to be in grave condition. The 20-year-old man broke into the enclosure, took off his clothes and jumped into the middle, horrifying other visitors who witnessed the attack. Zookeepers killed the two lions in order to save his life.

2 lions were killed for attacking a useless man. Boycott zoos. They try to earn money by showing animals who are kept in cages.

Breaking: infected with virus  has maleware virus. My anti-virus is giving virus alert. Since Feburary 20, 2016, I have reported 100 sites with maleware while surfing at traffic exchange sites. Maleware will try to steal your passwords Good anti-virus softwares catch viruses and delete them from your computer.


Stand-by: Police and special forces have been told to prepare for a string of co-ordinated attacks Jeremy Selwyn
Police and special forces have been ordered to prepare for as many as 10 simultaneous terror strikes on London, it has been reported. Soldiers based outside the capital, as well as the SAS and the Metropolitan Police, are said to be on standby in case terrorists target multiple locations in co-ordinated attacks.

A specialised bomb disposal unit is also being formed by the British Army at Didcot to deal with any potential 'dirty bombs' – conventional bombs that spread radioactive material – as well as bombs designed to distribute chemical or biological agents.

Woman dies of monkey fever in Goa

Panaji:  The Kyasanur Forest Disease (KFD), a rare viral strain popularly known as ‘monkey fever’, has claimed the life of a 60-year-old woman from Mauxi village in Goa, officials said on Monday.Since the time of its discovery, around 400-500 people across western India have been infected by the rare disease which spreads through ticks, a parasite for which monkeys are common hosts.

Iran's commander prepared 200,000 men to help Mahdi

Iran has prepared almost 200,000 young men in countries across the Middle East to help with the arrival of the Mahdi, a Muslim leader who will usher in justice prior to the Day of Judgment, a Revolutionary Guard commander said earlier this week. Maj. Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari said recent violence across the region, including the rise of the Islamic State group, was a sign the arrival of the messianic Muslim leader was imminent, the Turkish newspaper Daily Sabah reported.Jafari said the current developments in the region, “the formation of [the Islamic State group] and Takfiri [extremist] groups, and the events that occurred in the past years are paving the ground for the emergence of Imam Mahdi,” Middle East Monitor reported. "You can now see the positive results in the readiness of nearly 200,000 young armed in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Yemen.”

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The guided-missile destroyer USS Lassen breached the 12-nautical mile zone China claims around Subi and Mischief reefs in the Spratly archipelago.

Lion turns the tables on illegal hunters by killing man looking to shoot him

Authorities reported a group of five men hunting without licences was attacked by the big cat at a private game farm near the Kruger.Matome Mahlale, 24,was killed along with two dogs, who were accompanying the group.Local police spokesman Colonel Ronel Otto said: "Three men managed to climb into a tree and another managed to escape, but the deceased and two dogs were mauled to death."

Merkel's nightmare: Almost half of Germans NOW FEAR refugees after Cologne attacks

The survey also revealed many now doubt the country's ability to cope with the one million plus migrants who have arrived since last year.Public broadcaster ZDF carried out a survey which found 60 percent of respondents believing Germany cannot cope with those who have arrived so far - up 14 percent since a similar survey early in December before the Cologne outrages. On the last day of the year rampaging mobs of refugees assaulted over 500 women in and around Cologne railway station, sexually molesting and robbing them while police stood helplessly by.

Massive Killer Diamondback Rattlesnake Caught in Arkansas

A man in southern Sebastian County, Arkansas may have killed one of the largest western diamondback rattlesnakes ever seen after it allegedly attacked several of his dogs. According to the man, who remains unidentified, the snake was found on his property in West Hartford and bit at least two of his dogs, killing one. He dispatched it afterwards and the pictures of the snake were widely shared on social media.

In Rare Move, US Commandos In Syria Kill 32 ISIS Members

BEIRUT  — In a rare ground attack deep into Syria, U.S. Army commandos killed a man described as the Islamic State’s head of oil operations, captured his wife and rescued a woman whom American officials said was enslaved.A team of Delta Force commandos slipped across the border from Iraq under cover of darkness Saturday aboard Black Hawk helicopters and V-22 Osprey aircraft, according to a U.S. defense official knowledgeable about details of the raid. The official was not authorized to discuss the operation publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity.

Brock lesner and Undertaker brawl in 2015

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Plane with 189 passengers dodged missile above Sharm El Sheikh

A British plane carrying 189 passengers came ‘within 1,000ft’ of a rocket as it approached Sharm El Sheikh, it emerged last night. The Thomson flight from London Stansted only took evasive action after the pilot spotted the missile speeding through the air. the incident took place on August 23 – just two months before a Metrojet plane crashed in central Sinai, killing all 224 on board.

Girl raped 43,200 times near USA

Human trafficking survivor: I was raped 43,200 times

Trump will send back 12 million people

Yesterday on MSNBC 'Donald Trump' said "he will create a deportation force to send back 12 million illegal migrants"

"Just wait," the ISIS smuggler said with a smile.

The ISIS agent—who claimed to be a former member of Syria's security forces—said the smuggling of jihadist militants in
Europe is just the beginning of a bigger plot to avenge the U.S.-led coalition airstrikes on ISIS positions in Syria and
Iraq."If someone attacks me then for sure I will attack them back," the smuggler said.He said the ISIS leadership is taking advantage of Western Europe's generosity towards refugees to infiltrate the continent, noting that the refugees were welcomed warmly as they arrived in Germany this weekend after journeying through Hungary and Austria.

Sand that does not stick to your hand


There is no mess since the Kinetic sand sticks to itself.

Teacher caught on tape having sex With 5 Of her tudents

Brittni Nicole Colleps, is a 28-year-old 12th grade English teacher in a small Texas town just outside of Fort Worth, called
Kennedale High School got caught on video while having sex with 5 of her students.  Despite being married with three children, it seems she couldn’t get enough of the high school football team as all 5 played on the Kennedale Varsity High
School Team.

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$100,000 bonus to all its secretaries from teh company

Energy company in Houston gave all its secretaries $100,000 bonus

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Trump saved a man from being beaten to death with a baseball bat

In 1991, Donald Trump saved a man from being beaten to death with a baseball bat on the streets of New York. When he saw “a big guy with a big bat” bashing another fellow, Donald Trump did what any self-respecting billionaire would do: He ordered his driver to pull over.

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Steve jobs was the son of a Syrian migrant

Banksy's latest works have appeared in a refugee camp in Calais, France. One depicts the late Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs, carrying a sack over his shoulder and a Macintosh computer.


Man with 15 xxl pitbulls. All playing together no fight


Little girl feeding and controlling 6 pitbull dogs


The pit bull dog power


China To The World: 'This Is Going To Hurt You More Than It Hurts Us'

BANGKOK A piece of suspected plane wreckage has been found off the coast of southern Thailand, a local official said on Saturday, prompting speculation it might belong to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which vanished nearly two years ago.A large piece of curved metal washed ashore in Nakhon Si Thammarat province, where villagers reported it to the authorities to help identify it, Tanyapat Patthikongpan, head of Pak Phanang district, told Reuters."Villagers found the wreckage, measuring about 2 meters wide and 3 meters long (6.6 by 9.8 feet)," he said

New computers (PCs) will only able to install Windows 10

So, in the future, don’t expect to be able to run Windows 7, for example, on the newest 6th Generation Intel Core “Skylake” processors that are shipping in systems today. Maybe more importantly, future processors will be supported on Windows 10 only. Some of those future chips include Intel’s upcoming “Kaby Lake” silicon, Qualcomm’s upcoming “8996” chip, and AMD’s upcoming “Bristol Ridge” processor, Myerson wrote.

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Small plane lands safely after wing breaks off in mid-air  Video:

A sonar vehicle used in the search for the wreckage of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has been lost after striking an underwater volcano in the southern Indian Ocean, according to search officials. The vehicle -- called a towfish -- was being towed behind the Fugro Discovery, a specialist search vessel engaged in the hunt for the missing airliner, when it struck the 2,200-meter-high mud volcano Sunday, according to the Joint Agency Coordination Center, or JACC.


ISIS, Al-Qaida, Muslim Brotherhood Discuss "Mega-Merger" in Libya

TEL AVIV – The Libyan branches of the Islamic State, Al-Qaida, and the Muslim Brotherhood are in discussions to complete a “mega merger,” the London-based A Sharq al Awsat newspaper reported.Leaked documents have revealed that Libya’s biggest Islamist organizations are considering an alliance and the establishment of a joint council of sages, the Arabic language daily reported.

The prospective move comes in the wake of reports of an imminent international effort to form a unity government that would bring Libya’s numerous parties and militias together.The paper said the Muslim Brotherhood is considering a united Islamic front even though the movement is officially in favor of forming a unity government. However, sources within the movement told the paper that their support for the international endeavor is merely tactical, and they’re waiting for it to collapse.Negotiations between the three Islamic groups began because of reports of a rapprochement between the internationally recognized government based in Tobruk and the unrecognized government in the capital Tripoli, the paper said.The groups wish to send a message to the forces coalescing around a unity government that they are not opposed by IS alone, but “all the Islamist opposition elements speak in one voice and should be treated as such,” a source said.

Man brought back to life after freezing in snow bank for 10 Hours


John Kerry fined $50 for failing to shovel snow outside home

John Kerry has many titles — secretary of state, former senator, one-time Democratic candidate for president.The globe-spanning diplomat can add one more: snow shoveling scofflaw.After a blizzard dumped two feet of snow on his city this week, Boston Mayor Martin Walsh vowed to crack down on anyone who left the sidewalks in front of their homes and businesses buried in snow.

John Kerry is a busy man. The person who gave him the ticket should try and deal with Iran.

Apple Computers And Phones Crashing Around The World!

Apple Urgently Trying to Find Cause. Apple have confirmed that the Safari web browser is crashing iMacs,iPhones and iPods around the world with millions of users affected as of this morning. Apple engineers are currently checking if a recent iOS update is the culprit or something more sinister. Launching a new tab in the web browser then trying to type into the address bar crashes the built-in browser for some users, sending them back to the device's home screen.

$100 million paid to members

Neobux PTC claims to have paid $100 million to their members. it can go down like 12dailypro.

WHO Says Zika Spreading Explosively & Up To 4 Million May Have Been Infected This Year Alone

"The World Health Organization will assemble an emergency committee to deal with what it says is a rapidly spreading Zika virus pandemic. However, scientists believe a vaccine is years away, while doctors say “questions abound” concerning the disease. The UN-endorsed body says that since the first cases were registered in Brazil in May of last year, as many as 1.5 million people have been affected by the virus in that country alone, while more than 20 other Central and South American states have registered native infections as well. The disease had previously only broken out in small pockets of Africa and Asia.“Last year the disease was detected in the Americas, where it is spreading explosively,” Margaret Chan, the WHO’s director general, said at a hastily arranged press briefing in Geneva. “The level of concern is high, as is the level of uncertainty. Questions abound – we need to get some answers quickly. For all these reasons, I have decided to convene an Emergency  Committee.”In total, the WHO believes that between 3 and 4 million people may have been infected in this year alone."

A Japanese Scientist Has Put An End On Dental Fillings

A new revolutionary discovery in the area of personal hygiene was made by the Japanese scientist Kazuo Jmagashi.Thanks to this new toothpaste, it is very easy and painless to fulfill the holes and cracks on your tooth plus it will regenerate the tooth enamel without the need of going to the dentist. In its composition it is similar to the tooth enamel and may be directly applied on the cracks on the tooth. This material is a result of many experiments with hydroxyapatite – main compound of the tooth..

Dog bites injured 1.3 million people

Since 1994, a total of 429 people, bitten by stray dogs, have succumbed to rabies and during the same period dog bites injured 13.12 lakh people.

Indian citizen killed by ISIS ?

Father Uzhunnalil was a native of India and had been the object of both prayers and diplomatic efforts since the March 4 raid where 16 Christian nuns and nurses were killed.

23 Photos show China’s worse Pollution Problem

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An Infosys employee from Bengaluru who went missing after last week’s Brussels attack is dead, the Indian embassy in Belgium tweeted on Monday. Raghavendran Ganesh, the 28-year-old India-born techie, was believed to be in a metro rail on March 22 when the Maelbeek station in Brussels was rocked by an explosion.

If he was an Indian citizen then ISIS has entered India in a way. A giant company like 'Infosys' could not provide for safety of their employee.

Explosion rocks nuclear power plant in Belgium

An explosion occurred overnight at a nuclear power plant in Doel, northern Belgium, local media reported, adding that the blast caused a fire. The exact damage from the incident remains unknown.

The Department of Justice says the FBI has accessed the iPhone used by one of the gunmen in the San Bernardino terrorist shooting.

When the iphone was used by a terrorist, why did Apple inc gave the resistance in the first place.

Police pretending to be homeless people

Just a few hours after my arrival in the US I was forced to have sex. So to support my three-year-old daughter I started to look for work overseas. That was when I saw an ad in a newspaper for work in the hospitality industry in big hotels in the US, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore. I picked the US, and applied. The requirement was that I could speak a little English and pay a fee of 30m Indonesian rupiahs (in 2001, about $2,700). There was a lengthy recruitment process, with lots of interviews. Among other things they asked me to walk up and down and smile. "Customer service is the key to this job," I was told.

Loan in conspiracy with Bank representatives

The ED case is based on a CBI probe into alleged “wilful default” by the high-flying promoter of Kingfisher Airlines on a Rs 900-crore loan in conspiracy with IDBI Bank representatives.

IDBI bank's slogan is "you should have a friendly bank"

Pepper spray in banned in wars

After the Delhi gang-rape, the sales of the spray spiked in India. A can contains 50-100 ml. Its use is banned in war by the Chemical Weapons Convention, which prohibits riot-control agents.

$500 million alcohol loan & bridge collapse

India's biggest bank, State bank of India (SBI) gave $500 million loan to a big Indian alcohol company. 2 days back, a bridge collapsed in Calcutta India killing 25 people."Make in India" seems to be in trouble

2 kilometers bridge/flyover collapsed

As stupid things go, running from the police is near the top. But a driver in Fresno, CA, took the stupidity a step further by fleeing onto a military base on Thursday.

According to Navy Times, the driver of a Jeep Grand Cherokee was parked on the side of a highway when a California Highway Patrol officer stopped to check on the vehicle and its two occupants. It's then that the driver took off, driving erratically and on the wrong side of the road. Police wisely called off the ground pursuit at this point, but kept the Jeep in sight with the help of a helicopter.

Perhaps hoping to elude the police chopper, the Jeep driver got off the freeway and made for the restricted airspace of Naval Air Station Lemoore. That's like deciding you'd rather be mauled by a lion than stalked by a kitten – it's a miracle the driver and passenger weren't fired on then and there. What's more amazing, though, is that the Jeep was able to get seven miles into the base before colliding with a parked F/A-18 Super Hornet. The Jeep's passenger was killed instantly in the crash, while the driver later died at a local hospital. The Jeep struck the Hornet's horizontal stabilizer, but the Navy hasn't released any additional information on the fighter's condition.

Ever have a gym coach who yelled at everyone to work harder by threatening to have his grandmother defeat them in a contest? You know: "My grandmother can do better than that, Until two years ago, 78-year-old Shirley Webb's only exercise was pushing a lawn mower. But after joining Club Fitness in Wood River, Illinois, with her granddaughter, Webb has steadily worked her way up to deadlifting well over 200 pounds. She's already set the Illinois and Missouri records in the deadlift—at 237 lbs. and 215 lbs., respectively—and is gunning for the American record in June.

11-year-old Mikaila Ulmer makes juicy lemonade deal with Whole Foods

A brainy 11-year-old Texas girl has just made a sweet $11m (£7.6m) deal with 55 Whole Foods stores to carry her brand of lemonade. Mikaila Ulmer's BeeSweet Lemonade will be carried by stores in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. Mikaila won $60,000 (£42,000) in seed money when she appeared on ABC-TV's Shark Tank, which pits innovators' ideas against one another to win a pool of funding.

Tesla says they are going to sell an electric car with a range of 200 miles

The company now has enough cash for that mainstream play: a five seater with a range of “at least” 215 miles (345 km), enough space to “fit a surfboard inside” and a promise that the US$35,000 price tag will see buyers acquire the best car available at that price point, bar none.

That's a big promise, not least because Musk revealed the Model 3 won't go on sale until late 2017, a date he said he is “fairly confident” he can meet. To join the queue to buy one you need to slap down a $1,500 deposit, so let's hope he's right about quality. And about Tesla's manufacturing muscle: Musk gulped a little when he said the company is ready to crank out 500,000 cars a year.

I think they want big money in the name of clean environment

Real or fake US dollars notes

These are real or counterfeit/fake US currency notes


FBI must look into PTC industry and traffic exchange sites


600 Israeli companies, 850 shareholders, the richest men of Israel listed in "Panama Papers".

Some 600 Israeli companies and 850 Israeli shareholders are listed in the 11.5 million documents leaked from a Panamanian law firm detailing offshore dealings. Among the Israeli names found in the leaked documents are that of top attorney Dov Weisglass, former bureau chief of the late prime minister Ariel Sharon, Jacob Engel, a businessman active in the African mining industry, and Idan Ofer, a member of one of Israel’s wealthiest families, according to Haaretz. The appearance of their names does not necessarily imply wrongdoing, only that they are linked to offshore companies mentioned in the documents.

Indians held in US college-visa sting, hundreds face deportation

US authorities announced on Tuesday the arrest of 10 people from India and 11 from China for alleged visa fraud involving college admission and likely deportation of hundreds of Indian students.The accused used a phony university in New Jersey to grant certification needed for legitimate student and work visas but were not aware it was run by federal agents investigating them. Authorities said defendants helped over 1,000 foreign students stay in the US legally with papers provided to them from this phony institution, University of Northern New Jersey (UNNJ). The accused are charged with visa fraud and making false statements, each carries a sentence of five years, and H-1B visa fraud and harboring aliens, each carrying 10 years. Authorities are cancelling non-immigrant student visas of foreign nationals who benefitted from the racket, and, if applicable, arrest them and start deportation proceedings against them.

Top woman biker in India, dies in road accident

Veenu Paliwal, one of the top woman bikers in the country, died in a road accident in Madhya Pradesh’s Vidisha district on Monday evening. The 44-year-old Jaipur resident was on a nationwide tour on her Harley Davidson motorcycle along with fellow biker Dipesh Tanwar, who was on another vehicle.

Mystery over death of Malaysian python contending for title of world's longest snake

Nobody came to this kid’s birthday so the police showed up instead

The 10-year-old had invited all 21 children in his class to celebrate his birthday last week, but not one of them showed up.
So his mother, Angela, took to Facebook to say how heartbroken she was that her son was alone.

That’s when the cavalry arrived in the form of the Arkansas State Police.

Nuclear terrorist attack would 'change our world', says Obama

The threat from terrorists trying to launch a nuclear attack that would "change our world" is real, President Barack Obama has said.The world has taken "concrete" steps to prevent nuclear terrorism, he told the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington.

Do not wait for Obama's signature

Why are you afraid my friend?the will never destroy Israel, a million nukes will not help them.if you fear Iranian Pakistani invasion of India, fear not, they will first try to take us down, and they will be destroyed.


Police have since identified the suspect as a homeless 17-year-old man, Meechaiel Khalil Criner, who will face a charge of first-degree murder.At a news conference, police said they do not know the motive for the murder. They say Criner took some of Weiser's belongings and burned them. Police said they believe Criner arrived in the area recently and he had no previous connection with the university.

Rhino shot in India Kaziranga park hours after royal visit

A rhino was killed by poachers in India's Kaziranga national park on the same day the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge toured the sanctuary.The adult male rhino was shot dead and its horn was cut off. Just hours earlier, the royal couple came within 50 yards (metres) of a rare one-horned rhino during their safari.The 430 sq km (166 sq mile) park, in the north-eastern state of Assam, is home to the world's largest concentration of one-horned rhinos.Wildlife poachers pose the biggest threat to the animals, killing them for their horns. The animal is currently listed as "vulnerable" by conservation groups. Seven rhinos have already been killed in 2016, while 20 were poached in 2015.

Stock markets -> Profits -> war

Companies -> work -> markets -> profits -> war

There is daily trading for gold and silver where contracts (paper) are bought and sold on the basis of news that gold and silver price will go up or down Price rigging is biggest scam for daily trading of gold and silver.

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Zookeeper Dies At Palm Beach Zoo After Tiger Attack

Billionaires are not safe from mother nature's fury.

Sinking of Japan Video

France initially sought nearly 12 billion dollars for the sale of 36 fighters complete with weapon systems. India has closed the deal nearly 3 billion dollars below France's asking price.

India: Radiation leak in Kaiga Nuclear Plant could be sabotage, probe ordered

Mumbai/Bangalore: The radiation leakage in the state-run Kaiga atomic power plant in Karnataka could be an act of sabotage, a top official said Sunday. A probe has been ordered into the incident by the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL). "Preliminary enquiry does not reveal any violation of operating procedures or radioactivity releases or security breach. It is possibly an act of mischief," NPCIL Chairman and Managing Director S.K. Jain said in a statement.He said radioactive contamination of the water cooler located outside the reactor building is "a matter of concern and the cause (of the leakage) is being investigated".Since the incident was detected five days ago, the water cooler - which was identified as the source of radiation leakage - has been isolated and put out of service, Jain said.In New Delhi, Minister of Science & Technology Prithviraj Chavan confirmed the "sabotage" at the nuclear plant and said a high-level probe has been ordered."It could be the handiwork of a disgruntled employee and we are awaiting the results of the inquiry," Chavan told mediapersons.Jain pointed out that Unit 1 of Kaiga has been shut down for annual maintenance since Oct 20. Meanwhile Units 2 and 3 continue to be operational even as Unit 4 is under construction.

Source: India Syndicate & IANS

More than 10 Million without water in India

"More than 10 million people in India's capital, Delhi, are without water after protesters sabotaged a key canal which supplies much of the city. The army took control of the Munak canal after Jat community protesters, angry at caste job quotas, seized it. Keshav Chandra, head of Delhi's water board, told the BBC it would take "three to four days" before normal supplies resumed to affected areas.All Delhi's schools have been closed because of the water crisis.
Sixteen people have been killed and hundreds hurt in three days of riots."

Saudi Arabia Warns Sell-off over US 9/11 Bill – Brief Analysis

The Obama administration may go ahead with the 9/11 Bill declaring the Saudi government responsible for the September 11 attacks on the WTCs. In response, Saudi Arabia warned the Obama administration of a sell-off of American assets well over $750 billion if the Congress passes the 9/11 bill. Reportedly, the Obama administration is making moves to block the bill as this move by Saudi Arabia may result in a diplomatic and economic fallout between the two countries.

250 Women killed by ISIS for refusing to become Sex Slaves

SIS began selecting women of Mosul and forced them into marrying its militants, calling it temporary marriage since it has taken control over Mosul, and the women who refused to submit to this practice would be executed, said Kurdish Democratic Party spokesman Said Mamuzini.

India refused to join international coalition against ISIS. Asian stock markets needs to be trimmed by -40% by western and Arab investors for Asia not getting involved in international wars.

Young UK woman 'gang raped' at Bluewater shopping centre

A young woman was reportedly gang raped in a Bluewater car park. Kent Police is investigating after the woman in her 20s was allegedly sexually assaulted by seven men. She is believed to have been waiting for a bus when she was allegedly bundled into a van before being subjected to a three-hour attack.

NEW DELHI:  Sukhoi-30 MKI, the most powerful and modern fighter jets in Indian Air Force's stable, has been hit by mid-air engine failures. Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said in Parliament today that as many as 35 instances of engine failures were reported in 2013-14 - that's nearly three a month. About five SU-30 MKI of Indian air force have crashed since 2009

Woman takes detour to avoid NH 24 traffic, gangraped

Female Doctor who attacked taxi driver

Eight killed as 'golf ball' hailstones storms lash Myanmar

13 U.S states contaminated by Radiation leak

13 more U.S states have been contaminated by radiation from Japan's Fukushima radiation disaster 2011

Sandy Hook Shooter Adam Lanza’s Psychiatrist Arrested

33 lions rescued from circuses in S America brought to S Africa

The roaring of 33 lions rescued from circuses in Peru and Colombia echoed through Johannesburg's international airport Saturday after they arrived in their ancestral homeland for the first time. "They have lived a life of absolute hell. They've been beaten and they've been starved. They've been deprived of everything that makes life worth living for a lion.
"I believe we have brought them back to paradise, where they belong," she said.

Kenya burns ivory (elephant tusks) worth $105 million in message to poachers

President Uhuru Kenyatta lit a huge pyre of elephant tusks as a way to show the world that Kenya is serious about ending the illegal ivory trade, which is threatening to push wild elephants to extinction. Wildlife experts say the street price of a kilogram of ivory is around $1,000. On Saturday, Kenya set alight 105 metric tons of ivory — its stockpile of confiscated and recovered tusks. It was the most ivory ever destroyed at one time, representing 6,000 to 7,000 dead elephants. At current prices, and without including the rhino horns also burned, that is a $105 million bonfire.

Inside Trump's 757 Plane (video)


Pakistan to get 250 JF-17B fighter jets

The JF-17 Thunder, a single-engine multi-role fighter jet, was jointly developed by China and Pakistan. Its development began in 1999, and the maiden flight was conducted in 2003. The initial Block 1 JF-17s were received in 2007, with production of the upgraded Block 2 JF-17s started in 2013. The JF-17 is a capable platform, and is on its way to form the backbone of the PAF. It was reported that between 250 and 300 aircraft will be inducted into the air force in order to phase out the ageing fleet of some other aircraft models that are still in operation.

$10 million 6 Feet $1 million 7 feet

John Cena who is 6 feet 1 inch tall has $10 million contract with WWE.

Kane who is 7 feet tall has $1.1 million contract with WWE.

John Cena is no match for Kane. Without Kane, Undertaker and Big Show, WWE will be "show of stuntmen"

70% bodyguards of Trump are balds


Vladimir Putin once said "hello to all blondes"

US toddler shoots mother dead

Seventh rhino killed by Poachers in Kaziranga this year

An adult male rhino was killed and its horn cut off by poachers in the Kaziranga National Park of Assam, a senior Forest department official said on Monday.The carcass of the rhino was found Monday at Karati village outside the sixth addition of the Park in Biswanath Chariali district, Divisional Forest Officer Subhashish Das said.With this, seven rhinos were killed by poachers this year, while another 16 had been shot dead last year, Forest department sources said.

Lightning strike kills
Teenage Australian goalkeeper

A teenage Australian goalkeeper has died three weeks after being struck by lightning during a training session with his soccer club in Malaysia. Stefan Petrovski, an 18-year-old reserve keeper for second tier side Melaka United, had been in a coma in intensive care since being struck by lightning when standing near goalposts, Australian state media said.

Yoga guru wants to sell $1.5 billion of soaps, shampoos and ghee this year

Yoga guru-turned-business maverick Ramdev is flexing his muscles to grab a bigger piece of India’s Rs 3.2 trillion fast moving consumer goods pie. In recent projections, the Rs5,000-crore Patanjali Ayurved has sought to double its revenue to cross Rs10,000 crore (or $1.5 billion) by March 2017. The company sells Ayurvedic or herbal versions of soaps, shampoos, ghee, and face-wash. “We will invest Rs 1,000 crore to set up five to six processing units in various parts of the country. Besides, we will invest Rs150 crore in research & development,” Ramdev said on April 26. “We are looking at doubling our turnover to Rs10,000 crore in the current fiscal.”

Google reportedly launching 180 satellites for global internet service

The Wall Street Journal reports that Google is planning to spend more than $1 billion on satellites that will offer internet access worldwide from space. The publication's sources say that Google will begin with 180 small satellites that will orbit the Earth at a lower altitude than most other craft, before possibly expanding the fleet in the future.

Wave of dead sea creatures hits Chile's beaches

Last year, scientists were shocked when more than 300 whales turned up dead on remote bays of the southern coast. It was the first in a series of grim finds. At the start of this year, a surge in algae in the water choked to death an estimated 40,000 tons of salmon in the Los Lagos region, where the Andes tower over lakes and green farming valleys down to the coast.

Top Nuclear Site India, Scientists Turn Sea Water Drinkable

As 13 states struggle with drought, scientists in a corner of India have devised a way to make potable water - 6.3 million litres of it every day - from sea water.  They have also developed certain filteration methods that ensure groundwater containing arsenic and uranium are safe to drink. The pilot plant at Tamil Nadu's Kalpakkam, built by scientists of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre use waste steam from a nuclear reactor to purify the seawater. Its capacity is 6.3 million litres every day.

6 billion people drink sea water ?

Sun's heat evaporates sea water which comes down in the form of rain all over the Earth. Basically all of Earth drinks sea water turned into fresh water from evaporation and condensation in the atmosphere hundreds of miles above in the sky. Why are scientists all over the world digging their heads into converting sea water into drinking water ?


With an estimated 15 million transgender men and women in the world, according to the United Nations, the BBC is taking a look at how some are are breaking social barriers in the workplace and changing the world around them.
In the Indian state of Maharashtra, Matthew Wheeler and Priti Gupta spend time at a unique police checkpost.
And in Thailand's capital Bangkok, Hoang Nguyen visits a model agency with a difference.

Transgenders must join the military

Russian cruise missiles hit ISIS from Mediterranean & Caspian; 600 killed in one strike

The Russian military has launched cruise missiles against Islamic State positions in Syria from both the Mediterranean and Caspian seas, one of which killed over 600 terrorists in the Deir Ex-Zor Province, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu has said. On November 20, the warships of the Caspian Fleet launched 18 cruise missiles at seven targets in the provinces of Raqqa, Idlib and Aleppo. All targets were hit successfully,” he reported to President Vladimir Putin.Overall, there are 10 warships taking part in the operation, six of which are in the Mediterranean.Over the past four days, Russian air forces have conducted 522 sorties, deploying more than 100 cruise missiles and 1,400 tons of bombs of various types, the minister stated. He added that a strike on a target in Deir ez-Zor utilizing multiple cruise missiles had killed more than 600 militants.

Breaking: China opens fire into India killing 53 soldiers

Atleast 53 soldiers on the Indian side of the border reported killed in major attack by Chinese army helicopters in early hours today. News going crazy as I write.. It's a war zone. 7 chinese soldiers also killed.


$170,000 cheques bounced

On April 20, the Special Magistrate Court had convicted Mallya and others, in connection with bouncing of two cheques of Rs 50 lakh each under relevant sections of Negotiable Instruments Act and had adjourned for Monday the matter to pronounce the quantum of punishment, as Mallya, who left the country, was not present in the court.

How can 2 cheques of $85,000 each bounce ?  Vijaya Mallaya was buying aviation fuel without having money in his bank accounts ?


Peter's work recognised at high level. Peter Morgan would bench press 120 Kg when he was 15 years old.

Peter is a freelance macroeconomist who develops new economic tools and financial products. His work has been reviewed and recognised at a high level, which has led to meetings with senior economists and politicians.

Does America needs to consider creditor's agreement to stop the national debt?

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China-India border developments

Today Chinese military took over "Tibet command post" on the China-India border.

Officials suggest "Chinese military is gaining ground"

After losing South China sea advances, China will secure Tibet.

Islamic State terrorists are now claiming on social media that they have a "dirty bomb" in their possession. ISIS-affiliated users initially professed the information on Twitter, and added they had stolen 40 kg of Uranium from Mosul University after the city was overtaken by the jihadis in June.UK’s Mirror reported that an ISIS supporter revealed the terror group had already weaponized the Uranium and turned it into a "dirty bomb."

Soldier Dies In Northeast Unit, Army Denies Reports Of 'Mutiny'

An army jawan in a frontline unit in the Northeast has died, possibly of a heart attack, after the entire unit was sent on a 10-km march.The incident sparked an angry outburst among a group of 4 to 5 jawans in the area, which resulted in a fight between soldiers and officers. The Army confirmed this fight resulted in injuries.The statement was issued after reports emerged on social media of a "mutiny-like" situation in the area. According to these reports, the 10-km march was a punishment drill, which was ordered after a confrontation between a Captain and a jawan. '

Woman follows sat nav and drives straight into a lake

A woman following her car's sat nav on a foggy night took a wrong turn and ended up driving into a lake.

The 23-year-old driver from Ontario in Canada was following a GPS route at the tip of the Bruce Peninsula - in the south of the province - an area she did not know well. At a certain point after midnight, she lost her way and drove down a steep boat launch into Lake Huron.

Uzbek woman alleges rape by man who lured her to India on Facebook

A woman was arrested and a hunt launched for her husband for the alleged rape of an Uzbek national and pushing her into prostitution in south Delhi’s Vasant Kunj area.According to the 23-year-old woman’s complaint, Altaf alias Raju, 34, befriended her on Facebook in May last year.He told her that he was in love with her and proposed to her. He also asked her to come to India and join his ‘business’. When she landed in India, Altaf took her to a hotel room in Mahipalpur and repeatedly raped her on the pretext of marriage,” a senior police officer said.

Details of 470000 hackers leaked online

The email addresses and private messages of more than 470,000 members of a hacking website have been leaked online following a massive data breach. The information belongs to members of "Nulled", a website that acts as a marketplace for stolen account details.

Oil prices fall after Iran says it won’t freeze output

Singapore: Oil prices dipped in Asia Monday after Iran said it has no plans to join any output freeze by other major producers.The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)– of which Iran is a member — is due to meet in Vienna on June 2, after talks in Doha in April involving OPEC members and other major producers such as Russia failed to reach a deal to cap production.Despite a recent rebound, world crude prices are still below half their levels in June 2014 due to oversupply.


Nuclear threats in US worse than previously known

Conflicting with a prior industry study, a new analysis claims 96 nuclear facilities in the US are less safe than reported, citing risks such as terrorism and sabotage. The study says there remain lessons to be learned from the Fukushima disaster.

Google Paris HQ raided in tax inquiry

About a hundred tax officials entered the tech giant’s offices early in the morning, according to media reports. The investigation started last year and is seeking to verify “whether Google Ireland failed in its fiscal obligations in France,” Reuters cited France’s financial prosecutor's office. The company is accused of owing France €1.6 billion ($1.8 billion) in unpaid taxes.

Russia killed 28,000 militants in Syria, third of all ISIS forces

Since Moscow started its air operation in Syria on September 30 last year, the Russian Air Force has eliminated over a third of Islamic State fighters in the country, the deputy head of Russia’s top security body revealed.
“We estimate that at the beginning of our operation Al-Nusra Front and Islamic State [IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL] possessed about 80,000 fighters, of whom 28,000 (35 percent) have already been eliminated. This is [the result of] our actions together with the Syrian Army,” Evgeny Lukyanov said at the VII international security summit being held in Grozny, the capital of Russia’s Chechen Republic.

Lake DISAPPEARS in Chile!

The water that disappears joins the sea water through underground caves/river routes. Everything goes back to the sea or underground river.


How does an entire lake disappear overnight? This disturbing event is occurring around the world with greater frequency. The latest happened in the Patagonia region near the southern end of Chile. Lake Riesco, a 1400 hectare (14 square km/5.4 square mile) body of water popular with fishing enthusiasts and vacationers, is gone and no one can explain why.

Local media showed before-and-after photographs of the area on May 30th, 2016, using words like “shocking” and “desiccated” to describe the scene at what was once Lake Riesco (Lago Riesco) in the valley of the river Blanco in the Aysén province, 27 km (16 miles) from the provincial capital city of Puerto Aysen. Before its demise, Lago Riesco had a maximum depth of 130 meters (425 feet) and an average depth of 72 meters (236 feet). After its demise, it’s dry. Why?

Flesh-eating tropical bug sweeps the Middle East after thriving in ISIS-strongholds

A FLESH-EATING tropical disease is sweeping the Middle East and may yet end up in Europe, after Islamic State’s civil war helped to create the perfect breeding grounds for infected vectors.

President Obama at Air Force Academy...Gives Commencement Speech, then a F-16 fighter jet Crashes During Flyover

Father attacks daughters killer in court room!!

Bollywood superstar Sunny leone was a porn star

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India's number #1 fugitive "Dawood Ibrahim" was involved in sex industry and bollywood

Billioniare whose net worth fell to $0

11 in Mexican family killed in possible revenge slaying by alleged rapist

TEHUACAN, Mexico — The prime suspect in the slaying of 11 family members is an alleged rapist seeking revenge against a victim whose complaint had him jailed, a Mexican law enforcement official said Saturday.

Gunman's son has seen 2 men kissing so he killed 50 homosexuals

New York: Omar Mateen, the Afghan-origin gunman who killed at least 50 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, was allegedly infuriated over seeing two men kissing in Miami recently, according to media reports.

He told NBC News that his son had come across two men kissing in Miami recently and was infuriated that his three-year-old son had seen it too.

The attacker needs your support. Help him. He did an excellent job.

Breaking: 50 people killed in gay nightclub

Gunmen has shot and killed 20 people in gay nightclub and taken many people as hostages.

80% increase in food rices. 30% discount on advanced war planes

Past 3 years, every year Tomatoes prices are Rs 80/kg for 3 months/year when before tomatoes were sold for Rs 40/kg. For 3 months/year Green peas are sold Rs 140 kg when earlier green peas were sold for Rs 80 Kg. Meat and fish prices have also gone up +30%

Now Indian farmers are not poor. Why do I get to see images of poor farmers on media websites and main stream media such ? World bank must re-consider its decision to give loans to India.

India got 36 advanced rafale fighter jets for $8.3 billion when the original price given by France for 36 rafale jets was $12 billion.


Lightning strikes kill over 90 people in India!

Lightning strikes killed at least 90 people Tuesday in four Indian states as monsoon rains swept across much of the country."Lightning strikes are common during monsoons, but there have been more strikes than usual this year," said Vyas Ji, principal secretary in Bihar, where a record 57 people died Tuesday from the strikes -- the most of any state in the country.In 2014, 2,582 people died in lightning strikes, according to the government, making lightning the leading killer among all natural disasters in India.

Serial Killers are back

50 doctors have been killed in USA in 2015. Serial killers are looking for doctors

Jaguar Used in Olympic Ceremony Shot in Brazil

The mascot/symbol for Olympics 2020 was killed during torch relay ceremony in Brazil. The jaguar charged at a soldier and it could not stopped by 4 darts so they shot dead the jaguar

'Made in Ghana' cars are built to survive anything

The first cars to carry a "made in Ghana" seal will be under a harsh spotlight as they prepare to enter the marketplace and take on the major international brands. Despite positive reviews, Kantanka Group faces another challenge as a small operator seeking to compete with established rivals. The manufacturing base in Accra can produce just 100 cars month, and with high costs, the cheapest of three models costs around $20,000.

40 bomb sniffing dogs killed

8 soldiers killed in terrorist attack

India must carry out pre-emptive military strikes in Pakistan to eliminate threats to Indian military.

JPMorgan $100 billion Loss

The JP Morgan (JPM) trading blunder could result in a $100 billion loss, a contagion of its massive portfolio, and even the wipeout of its entire asset base. Even worse, these extremely risky and potentially-illegal actions on behalf of the CIO office and the "London Whale" could be the unexpected "shock" that breaks the market, derails the Fed's huge monetary stimulus, and sends us back into a global recession.

Will wage a “war” against India to get Pakistani rivers “freed

Hafiz Saeed, on whose head the U.S. has put a bounty of $10 million, claimed “freedom movement” of the Kashmiris is “gaining momentum day by day”.Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief and Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed has said he will wage a “war” against India to get Pakistani rivers “freed.”“We are going to wage jihad [war] against India to get our rivers freed,” Mr. Saeed said, while addressing a gathering of JuD workers in Sialokot district of Punjab Province on Friday.

India to get access to almost 99% of US defence technologies, says Obama administration official

WASHINGTON: India will be the only country outside US' formal treaty allies that will gain access to almost 99 per cent of latest America's defence technologies after being recognised as a 'Major Defence Partner', a senior Obama administration official has said. "India (now) enjoys access to (defence) technologies that is on par with our treaty allies. That is a very unique status. India is the only other country that enjoys that status outside our formal treaty allies," the official told PTI explaining what 'Major Defence Partner' status means for India. Early this month, after a meeting between US President Barack Obama and Prime MinisterNarendra Modi at the White House, the US, in a joint statement, recognised India as a 'Major Defence Partner

But India refused to join international coalition against ISIS when offered by Obama admin. India is not signing nuclear non profileration treaty (NPT] for past 30 years

Woman gang raped by 10 men files $1.7 million lawsuit against bollywood superstar

A young woman who was gang-raped by 10 men in Haryana has reportedly filed a 10 crore rupee lawsuit against actor Salman Khan. Days after Khan compared himself to a raped woman while describing his shooting schedule on the sets of the film Sultan, a legal notice has been sent to him through Punjab and Haryana High Court advocate Rajat Kalsan.

Speaking to a group of journalists, the Indian Express quoted him as saying: “While shooting, during those six hours, there’d be so much of lifting and thrusting on the ground involved. “That was tough for me because if I was lifting, I’d have to lift the same 120-kilo guy 10 times for 10 different angles.“And likewise, get thrown that many times on the ground. This act is not repeated that many times in the real fights in the ring.“When I used to walk out of the ring, after the shoot, I used to feel like a raped woman. I couldn’t walk straight.

WWE wrestlers never said anything like what Salman Khan has said. A WWE wrestler will lift a 120 kg man 10 times in one hour. It took Salman Khan 6 hours to lift 120 Kg man 10 times. A labourer
/worker will move 10 to 20 one hundred Kg sacks from the truck to the godown in one hour.

A movie goes on for 2 to 3 hours. It took 6 hours to shoot one wrestling scene and people buy movie tickets by paying $10  or $20.

PLA's bomber JH-7 violates India's airspace in Aksai Chin

Taiwan accidentally launches missile toward China, kills fishing boat captain

(CNN)A Taiwanese warship mistakenly launched a supersonic "aircraft carrier killer" missile toward China Friday, hitting a fishing boat and killing the boat's captain in an incident China called "a serious matter."A spokesman for Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense apologized on behalf of the military. "The Ministry of National Defense sincerely apologizes for the incident that caused the death of the captain (of the boat) and injured other crew members," Maj. Gen. Chen Chung-Chi said in a news conference. The ministry has also asked the Navy to provide assistance and compensation to the family of the victims.

MANILA, Philippines - In the first two days of the Duterte presidency, at least 12 suspected drug traffickers and users were killed while more than 700 drug users surrendered in the cities of Taguig, Pasay and San Juan. Duterte promised during the campaign that he would have drug traffickers killed because they destroyed families and the country’s future.

President-elect previously said he would dump the bodies of 100,000 criminals in Manila Bay.

"When he was previously asked what would happen to criminals once if he became president, Duterte suggested the number of fatalities would rise and crime would decrease. He said: "The 1,000 [I allegedly killed] will become 100,000. That will fatten the fish in Manila Bay. I will dump their bodies there."

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Christians were killed on the spot, without a word spoken, he added.“They would find them and publically execute them. I witnessed many executions,” Zurab recounted.

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Iranian Hulk set to join the fight against ISIL forces

An Iranian bodybuilder nicknamed the 'Iranian Hulk" will take to the battlefield as a volunteer soldier to fight ISILWeighing 175kg with a body similar to the Marvel superhero, Sajad Gharibi has surprised his 100,000 social media followers by announcing his plans to join Iranian forces fighting ISIL extremists occupying Syria.Also known as "The Persian Hercules", the 24-year-old's brutal fitness regime incorporates lifting up to 175kgs of weight. Owing much of his size to "genetics," Gharibi has reportedly had to deny ongoing rumours he is the notorious executioner for the Islamic State known as "The Bulldozer".

Twitter Takes No Action As Calls For Cop-Killing Sweep Platform There has been a deluge of anti-cop threats on Twitter, many of which calling for the mass murder of police officers.

Police group director lashes out at Obama: Obama caused a 'war on cops' -

The head of a law enforcement advocacy group lashed out at President Barack Obama in the wake of the Dallas shootings that left five police officers dead, accused the president of carrying out a "war on cops." “I think [the Obama’s administration] continued appeasements at the federal level with the Department of Justice, their appeasement of violent criminals, their refusal to condemn movements like Black Lives Matter, actively calling for the death of police officers, that type of thing, all the while blaming police for the problems in this country has led directly to the climate that has made Dallas possible,” William Johnson, the executive director of the National Association of Police Organizations, said in an interview with Fox on Friday morning.

The very first thing Obama did when he first took office was have Eric Holder drop the charges against the New Black Panther thugs who were awaiting trial for voter intimidation. Next, he publically proclaimed that "the police acted stupidly" when they asked for ID from a guy that was trying to break in a house that turned out to be his own. This was stuff in his first few months in office. It's been nearly eight years of this kind of stuff continually now.Obama is the primary driver of racial tension in this country today.

Heavy gunfire outside president's house

Witnesses said heavy gunfire erupted outside the compound of president Friday evening 5 soldiers were killed in a shootout late Thursday between opposing army factions in the capital, a military official said Friday, amid fears of a return to civil war in the  country. The UN mission also reported an attack on a senior official.

23 people Killed. mob drowns policeman

There are fears of more violence in Indian-administered Kashmir, after a policeman drowned when an angry crowd pushed his car in a river late Sunday. At least 23 people have died and many more injured in clashes over the death of a popular separatist commander.Burhan Wani, 22 died in a gunfight with the Indian army on Friday.
Kashmir, claimed in its entirety by both India and Pakistan, has been a flashpoint for more than 60 years, sparking wars between the countries.

‘Mega-earthquake’ which could hit 140 million people is ‘inevitable’, experts warn

A potential ‘mega earthquake’ is building up beneath Bangladesh and eastern India – and there are 140 million people living within 62 miles of the potential epicentre.Experts have warned that mud could liquefy – ‘sucking in buildings, roads and people’.The earthquake is not imminent but inevitable as sections of the earth’s crust press against one another, according to the study published in the journal Nature Geoscience.Some 140 million people live within 62 miles of the potential epicenter in eastern India and in Bangladesh, the world’s most densely populated country and among the poorest, the study said.

Mother of bull that killed matador will be slaughtered to ‘kill the bloodline’

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"Angelina Jolie of Kurdistan" killed by Islamic State militants

The 19-year-old, from the Syrian Kurdish city of Qamishli, was killed by Islamic State (IS) militants in northern Syria last month.Focusing their stories on her looks, some Western media said she was known as the "Angelina Jolie of Kurdistan" after the glamorous Hollywood actress

Kim Jong-un warns North Korea can 'attack at any time' after ballistic missile test firing

South Korea has a plan to annihilate the North Korean capital if it shows any signs of mounting a nuclear attack, according to reports from Seoul.

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Obama's daugther pictured smoking cigarette

Malia (pictured on Sunday in Philadelphia) was spotted earlier this year in August smoking at Chicago's Lollapalooza festival

India lost its appeal at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) in a dispute over solar power on Friday, failing to overturn a US complaint that New Delhi had discriminated against importers in the Indian solar power sector.

The WTO’s appeals judges upheld an earlier ruling that found India had broken WTO rules by requiring solar power developers to use Indian-made cells and modules. The appeal ruling is final and India will be expected to bring its laws into compliance with the WTO rules.

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92% of world’s population breathe dangerously polluted air – WHO

Over 90 percent of the world’s population lives in areas that exceed pollution safety limits set by the World Health Organization (WHO), according to new data. Some three million people a year are dying from outdoor air pollution, most of whom hail from China.The new data, released by the WHO on Tuesday, confirms that 92 percent of the world’s population is living in areas where air quality levels surpass the official limits set by the organization.

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