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Google looks to head <strong>off</strong> US antitrust lawsuit over Android

Google looks to head off US antitrust lawsuit over Android

18 Dec 2014

SAN JOSE: Google will try to persuade a U.S. judge on Thursday to dismiss an antitrust lawsuit over its Android smartphone operating system, as the Internet search company faces increased regulatory pressure from European authorities.

Google,   Google antitrust lawsuit,   Android smartphone,   Google smartphone,   Operating system,   Internet,   Search engine,  
Sukhna Lake cordoned <strong>off</strong> to avoid spread of bird flu

Sukhna Lake cordoned off to avoid spread of bird flu

18 Dec 2014

Chandigarh: Sukhna Lake in Chandigarh was cordoned off on early Thursday after a sample from a dead duck was confirmed positive for the H5N1 (avian or bird flu) virus.

Chandigarh,   Sukhna Lake,   National Institute of High Security Animal Diseases (NIHSAD),   bird flu,   H5N1 virus,   ,  
PETA India awards Jacqueline Fernandez, ex-apex court judge

PETA India awards Jacqueline Fernandez, ex-apex court judge

17 Dec 2014

London/New Delhi: Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandez and former Supreme Court judge Justice K S Panicker Radhakrishnan have been awarded with PETA India's People of the Year award for their contribution towards the protection of animals.

Jacqueline Fernandez,   Justice K S Panicker Radhakrishnan,   PETA India ,   People of the Year award,   Woman of the Year,   Man of the Year,   ,  
Christmas Day conversion: Hindu outfit calls <strong>off</strong> ceremony

Christmas Day conversion: Hindu outfit calls off ceremony

17 Dec 2014

Aligarh: Ending days of stand-off, Dharam Jagaran Samiti, a western UP-based Hindutva group, on Tuesday called off its controversial conversion programme scheduled for December 25.

Christmas Day conversion,   conversion,   ghar wapsi,   conversion ceremony ,  
Hockey India starts coach selection process, expects new <strong>man</strong> before HIL

Hockey India starts coach selection process, expects new man before HIL

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: If everything goes according to plan, Indian men's hockey team is expected to get a new foreign coach within a month, that is by the time the third season of Hero Hockey India League (HIL) starts on January 22. The process for selection of Australian Terry Walsh's successor had already started with Hockey India formally putting out advertisements for the post yesterday, the deadline of which ends on December 31.

Hockey India,   coach selection process,   HIL,   HI,   hockey,   sports,  
Flight delay as <strong>man</strong> <strong>jumps</strong> <strong>off</strong> <strong>moving</strong> <strong>plane</strong>

Flight delay as man jumps off moving plane

04 Aug 2012

A man jumped out of a moving aircraft while it was about to take off from an airport in Malaysia, causing delay in the flight operations.

Man jumps off moving plane,   Malaysia,   Air Asia flight,  
Sydney siege: System failed to track  gunman, says Abbott

Sydney siege: System failed to track gunman, says Abbott

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott acknowledged on Wednesday that the nation’s security system failed to keep track of a gunman responsible for a deadly siege at  Sydney cafe, and promised a transparent investigation into why the man was not on any terror watchlist despite having long criminal history.

Sydney hostage crisis,   Sydney Cafe hostage crisis,   Australia's national security,   war on terror,   Man Haron Monis,   Tony Abbott,  ,  ,  ,  ,   ,  
'Hostages decided to flee as Sydney gunman began to doze <strong>off</strong>'

'Hostages decided to flee as Sydney gunman began to doze off'

16 Dec 2014

Sydney: Iranian-born ISIS sympathiser Man Haron Monis began to doze off in the early hours of Tuesday when the hostages decided to escape together and on realising this he opened fire, according to a report.

Sydney,   ISIS,   Haron Monis,   Hostages,   Lindt Chocolate cafe,  
Belgium cut <strong>off</strong> from world by national strike

Belgium cut off from world by national strike

15 Dec 2014

Brussels: Belgium ground to a halt in its biggest strike in years today as trade unions grounded flights, cut international rail links and shut sea ports to protest the new government's austerity plans.

Brussels,   Belgium,   Trade unions,   Rail links,   Belgium protest,   Belgium government,   Belgium austerity,  
Raje kicks <strong>off</strong> distribution of 'Bhamashah' cards

Raje kicks off distribution of 'Bhamashah' cards

15 Dec 2014

Ajmer: Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on Monday kicked off the distribution of the 'Bhamashah' cards among women belonging to BPL category here to ensure that they get monetary benefits of various government schemes.

Rajasthan,   Chief Minister,   Vasundhra Raje,   Bhamashah card,   Congress ,  

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