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When there was enough light, a rescue team determined a human would have not have been able to survive the fall. Her body was recovered about four hours later and the incident remained under investigation, the officials said. They have also concerned the preparations for celebrations set for Thursday marking the 100th anniversary of the formation of the National Park Service.
  • First driverless taxi hits the streets of Singapore

    First driverless taxi hits the streets of Singapore

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    The world's first self-driving taxis, operated by nuTonomy , an autonom. Technology company nuTonomy beats out Uber and Google by releasing the first self-driving city taxi in Singapore . Every vehicle is fitted with six sets of Lidar - a detecting system that uses laser operated radar - including one that continuously spins on the roof.
  • Defiance of SC hits new height; 128 Govindas hurt

    Defiance of SC hits new height; 128 Govindas hurt

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    Unmindful of police, one Chinchpokli organisation built a horizontal nine-tier human pyramid on the ground, and another bypassed the restrictions by hanging the pot at a height of more than 30 feet - with the Govinda climbing up a ladder to break it.
  • HP Inc. tops Street 3Q forecasts but outlook clips stock

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    The total traded volume was 19,681,480 shares. The company had revenue of $12711.00 million for the quarter, compared to analysts expectations of $12336.07 million. Nevertheless, it is a common misunderstanding that a greater share price directs towards a larger company where stock price might also twist the definite worth of the organization.
  • Wisdom has prevailed on Rahul Gandhi

    Wisdom has prevailed on Rahul Gandhi

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    He, Sibal said, had told the high court that "the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi was a result of the destructive philosophy of the persons associated with the RSS. Before Rahul's tweet, Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said in the morning that wisdom had prevailed upon the Congress vice-president.
  • Kaplan says case 'strengthening' for Fed rate hike

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    Kansas City Fed President Esther George told FOX Business Network Peter Barnes that if her outlook for the economy unfolds as she expects, then she'll vote in September to raise rates. Yellen's speech will be watched closely by the markets and investors will look for signals about if and when the next rate hike would come. Traders now put chances of a December rate hike at about 42 percent.
  • New Hyundai Elantra launch price INR 12.99 lakhs

    New Hyundai Elantra launch price INR 12.99 lakhs

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    Most of the models - Chevrolet Cruze , Skoda Octavia , Renault Fluence and Volkswagen Jetta - have lost sheen, shrinking the sales of the segment to a mere 1000 units a month. Under the hood, the Tucson is expected to be offered with a 1.6-litre petrol and a 2.0-litre diesel engine . In the petrol range, all three cars offer automatic transmissions.
  • Scared seal hides on boat from killer whales

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    On the other hand, full grown orcas can weigh anywhere from 3,000 to 8,000 pounds, and I'm not sure that keeping three of those things from their meal was the best or smartest idea. The humans on the boat encourage the seal to hide out by the boat's engine, but the animal ventures into the water again for a brief moment before returning to his hiding place on deck.
  • High Galaxy Note 7 demand leads to delays in some regions

    High Galaxy Note 7 demand leads to delays in some regions

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    The rivalry between Apple and Samsung is legendary, and it should come as no surprise the fans of both brands are always trying to prove their phone is better. A MAN IN CHINA has shown photos of his Galaxy Note 7 after the handset caught fire and "exploded" while it was being charged. In its recently completed Q2, Samsung's profit rose almost 18 percent to $45.2 billion, owing to the strong performance of its mobile division, which rang up $3.8 billion in operating profit for the ...
  • Josh Norman: NFL Players Have 'A Hit Out On' Odell Beckham

    Josh Norman: NFL Players Have 'A Hit Out On' Odell Beckham

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    After the loss, Norman was seen on the sidelines crying at the result of the game. Norman went on to tell interviewer and author Kevin Van Valkenburg that he wasn't a fan of the strictly run Panthers organization and felt as though they chose who the spotlight would shine on.
  • Refurbished Samsung phones to be resold with discounts

    Refurbished Samsung phones to be resold with discounts

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    In response to a request for comment, a spokesperson for the company told The Verge: " Samsung does not comment on rumor or speculation". However, selling used phones in India may not be as easy as it sounds. For smartphone manufacturers to stay competitive in this market, innovative companies will have to either increase market share or boost profits. 'Some consumers may prefer to buy refurbished, used premium models in lieu of new budget brands, possibly cannibalizing sales of new ...
  • Deus Ex Mankind Divided Season Pass Content Revealed, And Its Quite Underwhelming

    Deus Ex Mankind Divided Season Pass Content Revealed, And Its Quite Underwhelming

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    Thanks to United Kingdom retailer GAME, we now now what the contents of the sci-fi shooter's season pass will be, but they won't exactly blow you away. 1000 Crafting Parts - Parts to craft upgrades for any weapon in your inventory. 5 Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - Breach Booster Packs - Open your booster packs to unlock new weapons and items, Praxis points, premium ammo, and more, helping to augment and enhance your avatar in Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - Breach.
  • Rajiv Gandhi's 72nd birth anniversary celebrated

    Rajiv Gandhi's 72nd birth anniversary celebrated

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    The West Bengal unit of Congress has, however, claimed that its Twitter handle was hacked by someone who posted the tweet to malign the party and Rajiv Gandhi, and said it will file a police complaint. Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and senior Congress leader Karan Singh, who is the Chairman of the Advisory Committee of the Award, hailed the contribution of Mudgal.
  • Analysts Set $26.466 Price Target For NetApp, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTAP)

    Analysts Set $26.466 Price Target For NetApp, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTAP)

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    The stock's price moved up its 200-day moving average of $29.41. The 52 week high for the share price is 34.81 while the 52 week low for the stock is 20.66. Barclays raised its price target from $23 to $25 with an Underweight rating. Other hedge funds and institutional investors have added to or reduced their stakes in the company.
  • Gap offers muted outlook for annual profit

    Gap offers muted outlook for annual profit

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    Chic and trendy clothes at lower prices from off-price, online and fast-fashion retailers such as H&M, Forever 21 and Inditex's Zara have lured away shoppers looking for deeper discounts. Off-price operator Ross Stores ( ROST ) said Thursday that sales for the second quarter rose 7 percent to $3.181 billion, up from $2.968 billion a year ago, as a result of increasing its store count by 77.
  • US routs Argentina, moves into men's basketball semis

    US routs Argentina, moves into men's basketball semis

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    The Argentines were the last team to beat the Americans in the Olympics and although that was 12 years ago, many of those same players are still playing for the national team. The loudest crowd yet for a USA game, filled with chanting, flag-waving Argentina fans, boxer Floyd Mayweather and NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, was treated to an explosive performance by the Americans, with devastating crossovers by Durant and Kyrie Irving that left defenders helpless and brought teammates to their ...
  • Brent crude oil tops $50

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    Many Indian companies too are not very comfortable below 50 dollar per barrel. West Texas Intermediate, the US benchmark, was higher than the previous close by 1.1 percent, opening the day at $47.31 per barrel. OPEC's major Middle Eastern members are producing at record levels; Saudi Arabia is potentially on pace to eclipse Russian Federation as the world's largest producer of crude.
  • Sausage strife in Germany: Pedestrian hits BMW with bologna

    Sausage strife in Germany: Pedestrian hits BMW with bologna

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    As a 47-year-old BMW driver tried to scoot quickly into a nearby parking spot, the pedestrian yelled "stop" but after the vehicle didn't slow, he threw the sausage he was carrying at it. 'On August 13 around 7pm police officials were called to duty in the Neubrandenburg Oststadt, ' a police spokesman said. The sausage strike, meanwhile, left the auto with a dent in the driver's side rear door.
  • NASA's asteroid capture mission gets ready to rock in 2021

    NASA's asteroid capture mission gets ready to rock in 2021

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    Following, NASA would consider proposal of those thinking to participate into the mission and those companies that wont access into the asteroid after the agency is finished with its research. It will also accept membership applications for an investigation team who will lend their technical expertise to the project for the next three to five years.
  • Fish pay back to ecosystem by offering their urine

    Fish pay back to ecosystem by offering their urine

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    Fishes have a large proportion of the nutrients in a coral reef in their tissues, so they also play a role in recycling them. A new study published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications showed that fishing in the Caribbean coral reefs reduces the amount of these key nutrients by almost half, endangering the ecosystem.
  • NEET results declared a day before, Gujarat boy tops the exam

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    NEET-2016 result will be available on " Digilocker " website at results.digilocker.gov.in, a CBSE initiative which is a mobile-friendly website. The merit list of the eligible and successful candidates who have opted for 15 per cent all-India quota seats will be prepared by the CBSE on the basis of the score obtained in NEET-2016.
  • Ford to invest $75M in autonomous vehicle sensor company

    Ford to invest $75M in autonomous vehicle sensor company

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    Fields said he will continue to seek out companies whose "technology and cultures represent a good fit for Ford", offering such enterprises as a lure the "possibility of making a dent in the universe with their work in the field of mobility".
  • Hackers Claim to Compromise NSA's Elite Cyber-spy Team

    Hackers Claim to Compromise NSA's Elite Cyber-spy Team

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    National Security Agency and spying departments from four worldwide allies: Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. The group also says they'll post the entire trove online for free if total bids reach $1 million. No team of "hackers" would want to piss off Equation Group this much. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the hackers reckon that the software being auctioned off is of higher quality than the code the group freely published, claiming that the tools it's selling are "better than ...
  • China launches world first quantum satellite

    China launches world first quantum satellite

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    In a successful move, China has launched its quantum satellite - the first in the world. Named for ancient Chinese philosopher and scientist Micius , China's quantum communications satellite weighs 631 kilograms (1,391 pounds). Deputy chief engineer Zhou Yilin (3rd L) discusses with other technicians beside the quantum satellite at Shanghai Engineering Center for Microsatellites, under the Chinese Academy of Sciences, in Shanghai, east China, May 25, 2016.
  • Republican Party launches pro-Trump campaign in Israel

    Republican Party launches pro-Trump campaign in Israel

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    New polls show Clinton with a solid lead in swing states, as well as she and Trump's home state of NY. "If they can't get Mr. Trump to change his act by Labour Day, the GOP will have no choice but to write off the nominee as hopeless and focus on salvaging the Senate and House and other down-ballot races", it said.
  • Perseid Meteor Shower Getting Active

    Perseid Meteor Shower Getting Active

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    Nasa has said the rate of meteors has doubled, with around shooting stars 200 per hour, meaning the chance of catching a glimpse of the shower is greater this year. The Perseid meteor shower has been going on for several evenings now, and will actually continue for a few more, but tonight, Thursday, August 11, is predicted to be one of the peak nights.
  • Alligator Chomps off Woman's Hand in Florida Everglades

    Alligator Chomps off Woman's Hand in Florida Everglades

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    According to authorities, rescue crews were contacted regarding a woman who suffered an alligator bite to her hand. "As she reached in to retrieve it, that's when she was bit by the alligator". The alligator was about 4 to 5 feet long. A helicopter was dispatched to the fish camp shortly before 6:30 p.m. and the woman was flown to Broward Health North in Pompano Beach.
  • West India collapses to 225 all out against India

    West India collapses to 225 all out against India

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    Kraigg Brathwaite was next to depart having contributed a respectable 64, and Marlon Samuels and Jermaine Blackwood then combined well to put on 67 between them. Ashwin completed the all-round display from the bowlers, as first, he ran out Jason Holder (1) who was in a awful mix-up with Bravo going for a non-existent run, and then Alzarri Joseph was caught in the 43rd over.
  • Rivals are scared of title talk, says Mourinho

    Rivals are scared of title talk, says Mourinho

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    That's the way. That we promise. You can promise what you want and you'll do everything to achieve your goals. "The only thing that every Manchester United fan around the world can be sure of is that inside the training ground everybody works".
  • Delhi diesel ban lifted but there is a catch

    Delhi diesel ban lifted but there is a catch

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    SC also asked the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) to open an account in public sector banks to receive green levy from big diesel vehicle and SUV makers. Automakers like Mercedes and Mahindra have welcomed SC's move to lift the diesel ban. The apex court also directed that auto manufactures, dealers and buyers have to deposit one percent environment cess on the purchase.