Sunday, July 30, 2017

Saudi Arabia gives Jitters to Indian Airline staff by taking Original PASSPORTS

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VENEZUELA Presidential Candidate dies in poll violence

Muslims does what Church did for centuries - attack using scripture

America bombed Plane carrying Indian Nuclear Scientist BHABHA??

3500 CRORE Worth HEROIN CAUGHT IN Ship from Pakistan near Gujarat

America - Two Sikhs killed in California by Racists

South Africa - 2 killed, 17 injured in Football stadium rush

Philippine's Mayor killed in Drugs' raid

America responds to North KoreaN Missile by flying 2 BOMBERS

SPAIN - 22000 people evacuated in Music Festival as Fire HITS

Huriyat leader Geelani's lawter raided, son rushes to hide in Hospital

MUSLIM Intolerance - Author Taslima threatened and forced to return

Two Dead in German Night club shooting

Australia foils Islamic Terror plot to BOMB AIRPLANE

Chinese Military ready

London - Airline Staffer hits man holding Baby - rude Christian racism

Britain - Princes Diana- likely successor for Head of Anglican church wanted to run with Body Guard

Bihar Muslim minister gets Fatwa for raising Jai Shri Ram

Britain revokes 150 UK Passports to Extremists

Sharif quits - family member to take over

Russia expels 755 US Diplomats

TRUMP Dissappointed by China not controlling North Korea

Jul 31 2017 : The Times of India (Chennai)
Very disappointed with China on N Korea: Trump

US President Trump accused China of doing nothing on North Korea and said he was “very disappointed“ with Beijing, a day after Pyongyang tested an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that could reach the US mainland. Trump also said he would no longer allow North Korea to continue with its belligerent behaviour.“I am very disappointed in China. Our foolish past leaders have allowed them to make hundreds of billions of dollars a year in trade, yet they do NOTHING for us with North Korea, just talk,“ Trump said on Saturday . “We will no longer allow this to continue. China could easily solve this problem!“ he said, expressing his disappointment over Chinese inaction while North Korea continues with its ballistic missile tests.
North Korea said its latest ICBM test was a “warning“ targeting the US for its efforts to slap new sanctions on Pyongyang and threatened a counter-strike if provoked militarily by Washington. The North's first ICBM test set off global alarm over the country's weapons capabilities and a push by the US to impose more UN and bilateral sanctions, with the US Senate passing new bipartisan curbs on Pyongyang on Friday .
But the US-led campaign only provided “further justification“ for the North's resolve to maintain its weapons programmes, Pyongyang's foreign ministry said. “The...test-fire of ICBM... is meant to send a stern warning to the US making senseless remarks, being lost to reason in frantic sanctions and pressure campaign against the DPRK,“ it said, referring to North's official name.

Scotland wants to Protect Scotch wiskey(Blood of Jesus) post BREXIT

Facebook Employee lives in Car as Salary not adequate to pay rent in Silicon Valley

Jul 31 2017 : The Times of India (Chennai)
Why an FB employee is living out of a car
San Francisco:

Unable to afford an apartment in Silicon Valley , a contractor working for Facebook is being forced to live out of her car. Parsha is already burdened with student loans and medical bills, media reports said. “I tell people all the time, stop looking at what somebody got and what you see on the outside,“ Parsha said.According to local media, the average asking rent for a one-bedroom apartment in northern California neighbourhood is over $2,300 a month -which Parsha, who has two children, cannot afford. So she lives in a car and has not yet divulged to her co-workers about her condition, fearing she may be looked down upon. But now she plans to make her living condition public, hoping to stir a debate about the high rents in the area. “I think that companies need to look at the salaries, are we paying employees enough to survive?“ When asked about Parsha's living conditions, Facebook said that Parsha was not a direct employee, but worked for a third-party contractor affiliated with the company. The firm's representative said FB strives to create an equitable work environment for its employees, including contractors.
Parsha said she has begun looking for a second job in order to help pay the bills.

Europe Mulls tax on Google for diplaying NEWS Articles

Europe mulls tax on Google for displaying news articles Jul 31 2017 : The Times of India (Chennai)


A battle is brewing in Brussels over an EU reform plan that would force internet aggregators such as Google News to pay newspapers for displaying snippets of their articles online.Google is furious at the idea, but publishers, including Axel Springer or Rupert Murdoch's Newscorp, affirm that a tax is the only hope to save a news industry starving for revenue. The fight is the latest row between Google and EU, which slapped the firm with a $2.8 billion fine over unfair competition in June.
The proliferation of free news on the internet has bro ught the newspaper industry to its knees, with many consumers unwilling to pay for online service, preferring zerocost platforms such as Google News or FB. “Unauthorised internet use of media content“ by aggregators and search engines “is threatening citizens' sustainable access to news content,“ said European Alliance of News Agencies. “It is crucial that neighbouring rights be created for news agencies, covering all activity on the web.“
The “snippet tax“ proposal is only one of several components of a major EU draft law intended to update European copyright law. Approval will require a special EU majority that must account for 65% of the bloc's population and not solely a majority of member states.

Karnataka - Rahul CM makes divide and raise chauvinism on Language and caste- Missionary plans repeated

Pakistan Parliament discussions