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Large diesel cars, mainly SUVs, can remain on Delhi's roads, the Supreme Court has said, but owners will have to pay a green fine to compensate for polluting the city's air. As the CJI indicated that it may go up, Salve said "now we have reached a stage of how much" the ECC should be. The Supreme court said that the 1% tax charged as environment protection charge.
  • Pokemon GO: Take A Closer Look At The New Tracking Tool (Screenshots)

    Pokemon GO: Take A Closer Look At The New Tracking Tool (Screenshots)

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    To be honest, this new feature mades Pokevision, Pokemon GO Skiplagged and a number of alternative Pokemon GO maps that help players find Pokemon pretty much redundant. Weeks in, and the Pokémon GO hype train shows no signs of slowing down - and the latest update makes the game even more addictive. The other updates are applicable to both platforms, as reported by Pokemon Go .
  • Facebook hates ad blockers so much it now blocks them

    Facebook hates ad blockers so much it now blocks them

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    A Facebook spokesperson wasn't immediately able to answer questions about how Facebook is able to override these ad blockers, whether it will be able to do so for mobile web ad blockers and if Facebook has ever paid ad blockers to not block its ads.
  • Monday Morning Forecast: Perseid Meteor Shower & Storms

    Monday Morning Forecast: Perseid Meteor Shower & Storms

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    The meteors appear to radiate from the constellation of Perseus, hence the name. Perseids occurs each year in the month of August with a flare rate of about 80 per hour at 60 kilometers per second speed, which is 500 times faster than the fastest auto in the world.
  • Sunflowers move by the clock

    Sunflowers move by the clock

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    In a newly-published editorial in Science , the investigators say the new plant's sun-tracking (also called heliotropism ) can be clarified by 24-hour beats - the social variations knotted to an internal clock that homo sapiens also have, which shadow a roughly 24 hour cycle.
  • Death investigation under way after police search for jogger

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    A K-9 police dog found Marcotte's body about a half a mile from her mother's home, and investigators say she was last seen on Brooks Station Road that afternoon. said in a press conference. Early said there was 'nothing at this point' connecting Marcotte's death to the unsolved slaying last week of Karina Vetrano, a female jogger in Queens.
  • Christopher Biggins removed from Celebrity Big Brother house over offensive comments

    Christopher Biggins removed from Celebrity Big Brother house over offensive comments

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    Viewers of the reality show were stunned when news broke yesterday evening that the 67-year-old TV fave had been booted out of the Borehamwood house. Catch Celebrity Big Brother tonight at 9pm on Channel 5 . Two of the housemates have received official warnings from Big Brother over their behaviour in the first week. She said the scenes would air on Saturday night's highlights show, without disclosing exactly why the decision had been taken.
  • Clinton extends lead over Trump to 8 percentage points: Reuters/Ipsos

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    He closed by telling Republicans that while they may disagree with his choice to vote for Secretary Clinton, that they could "live to win or lose another day with a real candidate". "Or the countless other insults he's proudly lobbed from behind the Republican presidential podium", Hanna said, expressing shock at the list of awful antics that have seemingly bounced off the teflon-laced businessman turned presidential contender.
  • Latest data from Google shows Marshmallow installed on 15.2% of Android devices

    Latest data from Google shows Marshmallow installed on 15.2% of Android devices

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    This means 15.2% of all active Android phones are running on the latest available Android version. What's more shocking is the fact that even though Lollipop dropped in points last month, it gained 0.4 points this month. With a 35.5% slice of the pie, Android 5.0 Lollipop was the build of Google's open source OS found on the most Android devices. In the meanwhile, Android KitKat version 29.2 percent of the devices, dropping 0.9 percent from 30.1 percent last month.
  • John Abraham, Varun Dhawan

    John Abraham, Varun Dhawan

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    As mentioned earlier, the film starts on a slow note but picks up soon. 'Dishoom' will have a smooth run on the weekends as it is the sole film released. Some may remember him fill in similar shoes during "Race", but the novelty value of seeing this talented actor on screen these days is such that even a mediocre film such as " Dishoom " feels special.
  • 3 best features of Windows 10

    3 best features of Windows 10

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    Just after Windows 10 debuted in 2015, we suggested that most tablet users wait to upgrade. From July 29, Microsoft will charge you $119 - or £99 - for a full version of Windows 10 Home. Some people have been complaining about Microsoft's incessant prompts to upgrade to Windows 10 for nearly a year. Before you start to panic about backward compatibility with existing drivers the lockdown is only going to be enforced on new installations of Windows 10 .
  • Putin on banned Russians

    Putin on banned Russians

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    The International Gymnastics Federation said earlier this week that it had established a "pool of eligible Russian athletes" and was awaiting approval from the International Olympic Committee (IOC). "We are going to fight more to prove that it is hard to break Russian Federation". "It is to convince ourselves that we are in fantastic shape and that we would have been ready to fight for the Motherland (in Rio)".
  • Meteor in sky lights up social media in Nevada, other states

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    Pacific Time , sending them straight to various social media platforms for speculation, conspiracy-mongering, and blurry photos and video. Everyone took to Twitter to ask first, if anyone else was seeing the insane light show, and second, what the hell was causing it.
  • Marvel Shows Of New Doctor Strange Trailer At Comic-Con

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    The casting of Tilda Swinton as a Celtic "Ancient One" caused an uproar among some fans, as the character is of Asian origin in the comics. Doctor Strange opens on November 4 . While 2008's Iron Man introduced the MCU as an edgy, potent playground for page-inspired super-heroics with a big-name star in Robert Downey Jr. topping the marquee, Derrickson believes that Doctor Strange will be an equally groundbreaking expedition into new cinematic territory, also brandishing a global ...
  • Newspapers Fail to Hit Stands as Police Raid Media Offices in Kashmir

    Newspapers Fail to Hit Stands as Police Raid Media Offices in Kashmir

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    He said by placing whole Kashmir under strict curfew from last many days and now banning every mean of communication India and its stooges have actually beaten all previous records of oppression, suppression and tyrannical behaviors'. Newspaper copies that had reached some distributors in the main city of Srinagar were also taken by police, said Irfan, a local who gave only one name.
  • 'Pokemon Go' Level 40: Player Reaches Max Level

    'Pokemon Go' Level 40: Player Reaches Max Level

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    In a series of posts, the player explained how he reached level 40 - and said he plans to ask Niantic to delete his account. Pokémon Go Player Luca - also known as _problemz on Reddit - Is the individual who accomplished the feat, but he didn't do so legally.
  • 'Guardians of the Galaxy' tease sequel, Disneyland ride

    'Guardians of the Galaxy' tease sequel, Disneyland ride

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    Inspect these new images in the gallery below, showing the formal threads Russell will be seen sporting when Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 rockets into theaters on May 5, 2017 and tell us if you approve of this regal new costume. During the first early footage of the adventure film, audiences were privy to a number of moments revolving around our resident guardians: Star-Lord, Rocket, Groot, Gamora, and Drax, as well as Yondu.
  • Former president Bill Clinton humanizes Hillary

    Former president Bill Clinton humanizes Hillary

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    Furthermore, the speakers have managed to avoid advocating for Hillary on the basis of her gender, which would be a unsafe game to play in this election where Trump continues to defy all odds. Hillary Clinton biographers have noted how her lifelong commitment to Methodism shaped her worldview and compelled her to pursue public service. Trump has cast himself as the "law-and-order" candidate and promised to get tough on terrorists.
  • 'Jason Bourne' Review | Holy Crap, This Movie is Bad

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    The films were even book-ended by the image of Bourne floating on the water, and while that might not have been planned from the off, it was nevertheless a fitting way to say farewell to the character at Ultimatum's end. Matt said the story tackles the central question that could be "the biggest debate we have now in America: Privacy versus security". "It's the world that we are living in today".
  • SoftBank first-quarter profit flat, profits at domestic telecoms business solid

    SoftBank first-quarter profit flat, profits at domestic telecoms business solid

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    BNP Paribas downgraded Arm Holdings PLC from an "outperform" rating to a "neutral" rating in a research note on Tuesday, July 19th. During the same quarter in the previous year, the company posted $0.07 EPS. These are the first figures Arm has reported since it announced last week that it had recommended a £24.3bn takeover bid by Japanese telecoms group Softbank - as such, Arm has not given any guidance for its full-year performance.
  • After month-long U.S. vacation, Rajinikanth returns to India

    After month-long U.S. vacation, Rajinikanth returns to India

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    Internationally, the film made a whopping $11.5 million, creating a fresh record as the highest film opening of an Indian movie in an worldwide market. He spent the last two months there with daughter Aishwaryaa and was photographed at a local cinema the day before Kabali released. "The film has collected United States dollars 2 million from the premiere shows and it includes both the Tamil and Telugu version of Kabali ", Sanjay Dusari, co-founder of CineGalaxy Inc, told IANS .
  • Kerry talks with new Philippine president critical of US

    Kerry talks with new Philippine president critical of US

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    On the Philippines' territorial disputes with China, Duterte said his government would base any negotiations with Beijing on a landmark July 12 ruling by a tribunal in The Hague that invalidated China's expansive territorial claims in the South China Sea under a 1982 global maritime treaty.
  • MobilEye And Tesla Will Part Company Soon

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    The image analysis provided by the EyeQ3 is at the heart of the Autopilot system now used in all Tesla automobiles. He also said that Tesla's business is "not material" to MobilEye's bottom line, nor is it a significant percentage of the company's overall revenue.
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Specs, Rumors

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    According to TechRadar , the iris scanner is a notable addition to the Galaxy Note 7, but users must take note that it will not function well when they are too close to the device , or when they are wearing glasses or contact lenses. In the latest report , a Chinese source is adamant that the 2017 Samsung Galaxy S8 is being developed under a codename Project Dream . The new Galaxy Tab S3 is anticipated to be a step-up version of the recently-updated Galaxy Tab S2.
  • Microsoft lets down Windows 10 Pro users

    Microsoft lets down Windows 10 Pro users

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    Windows 10 was always seen as the "universal" operating system by Microsoft. The Anniversary Update is just the first step in our commitment to consistently add new features and innovations that people love to Windows 10. Windows 10 will also come with enhanced security features meaning that logging on will be more secure and relatively straightforward. If you are running Windows 7 SP1, Mainstream support ended previous year, and Extended support continues until January 2020.
  • Nintendo downplays financial impact of Pokemon Go, shares plunge

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    When they found out, they were obviously bummed - all that money Pokemon GO is expected to bring in won't all go into Nintendo's coffers. The challenge of Nintendo is to convince investors that the massive success of Pokemon Go will work as a revenue-generating model for mobile games featuring Zelda and Super Mario characters that have not yet released.
  • Samsung Phablet Expected to be Launched On August 2

    Samsung Phablet Expected to be Launched On August 2

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    Rumors are also running rampant that the Note 7 will boast a 5 MP front shooter for the selfie addicts. Rumors said that the price of the Galaxy Note 7 ranges from £600 to £650, with a recommended retail price of around £630, as reported by PC Advisor .
  • Pokémon Goes Up As Nintendo Goes Down

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    In the memo, Nintendo noted that while the Pokémon Company is an affiliate of Nintendo , US-based Niantic Inc. developed and distributed Pokemon Go. That said, Nintendo's shares are still up 60 percent , even after the sharp decline. This wearable device will connect to the app via Bluetooth and sends a vibration when a game notification is triggered, allowing the user to stay in the game when not using their smartphone .
  • Star Trek Beyond opens to $89 million worldwide

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    The overseas totals have not been calculated for Star Trek Beyond, at this point, as the movie will not open in China until September 3. Even though it is a less than ideal opening, especially since the film received a splendid 84% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a solid A- CinemaScore from moviegoers, Star Trek Beyond easily won the weekend.