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More than 20 dead, 100-plus injured after mass shooting in Las Vegas

Oct 2, 2017

More than 20 people are dead and more than 100 injured after a man opened fire on 30,000 people gathered for a music festival in Las Vegas. The incident occurred at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival when the gunman began firing from the 32nd floor of the neighboring Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino....

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Nepal, China to develop cross-border power transmission lines

Aug 5, 2017

Nepal has sent a draft of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to China for the joint development of cross-border transmission lines between the two countries, a senior official of Nepal's Energy Ministry said Friday. The power-line connectivity between the two countries is expected to pave the way for electricity trade in the future between ...

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Nepal-China Rail Route: All you need to know!

Jul 23, 2017

China - Nepal Railway   Nepal and Tibet in China are neighbors bordering each other, both famous for the beautiful natural sceneries and profound Buddhism culture. However, blocked by the high Himalayas Mountains, the two can only "hear" from each other, rather than "paying" a visit frequently. Thus, China - Nepal Railway Line eme...

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Facebook, Google obliged to decrypt online messages to help Government fight terrorism

Jul 17, 2017

Social media giants like Facebook and Google will face new laws to compel them to help Australian security agencies get access to encrypted messages from suspected terrorists and other criminals. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the law had not kept up with technology, with encryption now affecting 90 per cent of domestic spy agency ASIO's...

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US researchers invent first battery-free cellphone

Jul 9, 2017

Researchers at University of Washington (UW) have invented a cellphone that harvests the few microwatts of power it requires from either ambient radio signals or light and requires no batteries. Detailed in a paper published in the Proceedings of the Association for Computing Machinery on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologi...

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U.S. trade deficit is getting bigger!

Jul 9, 2017

President Trump wants America's trade deficit to get smaller, but it's going in the opposite direction. The deficit through May increased to $233 billion for the year, according to U.S. trade data released on Thursday. That's 13% bigger than the $206 billion deficit over the same time a year ago. Trade will be a central issue during Trump's visit...

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What happens when a country's too small for an airport?

Jul 9, 2017

(CNN) — You can fit 14 countries the size of Monaco inside the 2,900-hectare grounds of Dubai International Airport. So how does a microstate like the tiny Mediterranean principality compete with the big players on the aviation stage? While the world's smallest countries trace their roots back to political arrangements from the era of h...

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India denies medical visa to Pakistani woman seeking cancer treatment

Jul 8, 2017

The Indian Embassy rejected the medical visa application of a 25-year-old Pakistani tumour patient who was due to travel to India for treatment, citing deteriorating relations between the two countries as the reason for refusal, the patient's mother told DawnNews on Friday. Inderprastha Dental College and Hospital (IDCH) in Ghaziabad was...

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Apple is no longer world’s most profitable tech company

Jul 8, 2017

Samsung Electronics expects profits to soar 72 per cent in the second quarter to a record high, it said Friday, as it moves on from a recall debacle thanks to rising memory chip prices and increased demand for smartphones.The South Korean tech giant estimated its operating profit for April-June at 14 trillion won ($12.1 billion), up from 8.14 trill...

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At least 600 new zebra crossings to be installed in Kathmandu

Jul 5, 2017

KATHMANDU: The Kathmandu Metropolitan City is set to install as many as 600 new zebra crossings across various roads in Kathmandu Valley within a fortnight, as RSS reported. The meeting of the KMC officials and other stakeholders held in the Capital on Sunday identified that more than 600 new zebra crossing s in Kathmandu for road safety. &n...

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