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Shutdown is 'Unacceptable' says federal employee union

Shutdown is ‘Unacceptable’ says federal employee union

As the partial government shutdown enters day 17, federal workers around the country are facing the reality of missed paychecks.
AI powered transcription: Could Royal Wedding BBC subtitle blunders have been avoided?

AI powered transcription: Could Royal Wedding BBC subtitle blunders have been avoided?

Human-driven team of transcribers would see BBC cut out a string of Not Safe For Work (NSFW) subtitling gaffes thanks to its 99% accuracy rate.
Best Dating Apps 2019, Best Dating Apps 2018

Best Dating Apps 2019: Here’s 7 top online dating applications

Here we take a look at the some of the best dating apps for 2019, which you can use to find your someone special.
Modi minister MJ Akbar rattled by #MeToo movement, 6 women allege sexual harassment when he was Editor

Modi minister MJ Akbar faces #MeToo heat, 6 women allege sexual harassment when he was Editor

With ‘Me Too’ movement gaining significant momentum in India, six women have come forward and accused sexual harassment by union minister in Prime Narendra Modi government and former journalist MJ Akbar.
Ramadan Fasting helps to balance physical, biological and spiritual aspects of life: Prof M Aslam

Ramadan Fasting helps to balance physical, biological and spiritual aspects of life: Prof M Aslam

The human being consist of physical, emotional, biological and spiritual aspects. A balanced mix of these can lead to spiritual harmony and healthy life. The fasting during the month of Ramadan orients the observer to the art of balancing the spiritual essentials with other aspects of life.
Ramadan: Why it is a month of great significance

Ramadan: Why it is a month of great significance?

Fasting in one form or the other does exist in almost all the religions. Professor Aslam takes a look at Why Ramadan is a month of great significance?
YouTube headquarters shooting: What we know so far

Shooting at YouTube headquarters: What we know so far

Adding to bizarre saga of string of mass killings carried out in the United States in recent years, a woman opened fire with a handgun at YouTube's headquarters near San Francisco on Tuesday, injuring three people before shooting herself dead.
Google Doodle celebrates 115th birthday of Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay, aesthetic queen of India

Google Doodle celebrates 115th birthday of Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay, aesthetic queen of India

Google is celebrating the 115th birth anniversary of Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay, known as doyenne of handicrafts movement in India, with a doodle.
Google Doodle celebrates 153rd birthday of Anandi Gopal Joshi, first Indian lady doctor

Google Doodle celebrates 153rd birthday of Anandi Gopal Joshi, India’s first lady doctor

Today’s Google Doodle celebrates India’s first lady doctor. Like many other women of her era, Anandi Gopal Joshi got married at the age of nine to a person who was much elder to her but that did not deter her determination to pursue medicine.
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International Women’s Day, Google celebrates with 12 doodles portraying lives of everyday women

Google is celebrating International Women’s Day with 12 interactive doodles that portray the extraordinary lives of everyday women.