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  • Corporate sector going through a survival phase: ASSOCHAM Secretary General
    New Delhi , October 22 : The corporate sector in the country is going through a survival phase, the ASSOCHAM Secretary General, D.S. Rawat, has said.

  • Elderly couple commits suicide in Ludhiana
    Ludhiana (Punjab) , October 22 : An elderly couple allegedly committed suicide at their residence in Ludhiana's Rajguru Nagar late last night by consuming poison.

  • Hajin encounter: One terrorist gunned down, operation still underway
    Handwara (Jammu and Kashmir) , October 22 : One terrorist has been gunned down in an encounter with the security forces in Ananwan Hajin in the Handwara of North Kashmir, which broke out on early Sunday morning.

  • Swaraj to meet Bangladesh PM in Dhaka today
    Dhaka [Bangladesh], Oct 22 : India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will meet Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina in Dhaka on Sunday.

  • Encounter underway between security forces and terrorist in Handwara
    Handwara (Jammu and Kashmir) , October 22 : An encounter has broken out between the security forces and terrorists in Ananwan Hajin of Handwara district in North Kashmir on early Sunday morning.

  • India, Iraq maintain 39 Indians alive, DNA test for kin normal procedure
    New Delhi , Oct.22 : The Government of India has said that asking relatives of the 39 Indians who went missing in Mosul, Iraq, three years ago to undergo DNA tests is normal procedure to confirm identification.

  • RSS leader attack: Brother critical, shifted to BHU trauma centre
    Ghazipur (Uttar Pradesh) , October 22 : Brother of Rashtriya Swayansewak Sangh (RSS) leader and local journalist, Rajesh Mishra, who was shot dead in Uttar Pradesh's Ghazipur on Saturday, is said to be in a critical condition and has been shifted to Banaras Hindu University's (BHU) Trauma Centre.

  • Police arrest accused in Mumbai molestation case
    Mumbai (Maharashtra) , October 22 : Mumbai Police on Saturday arrested the accused in molestation and physical assault case of a minor girl.

  • Floods swamp 200 villages in Odisha
    Mayurbhanj (Odisha) , October 22 : Floods triggered by continuous rainfall swamped more than 200 villages in Odisha's Mayurbhanj district on Saturday.

  • Catalan leader condemns Spain's attempt to overtake Catalonia's government
    Madrid [Spain], Oct 22 : Catalan President Carles Puigdemont has condemned Spanish Government's attempt to overtake Catalonia's regional government and called on the regional parliament to discuss the crisis.

  • Malpractice Claims Involving Electronic Health Records on the Rise
    NAPA, Calif: Malpractice claims in which the use of electronic health records (EHRs) contributed to patient injury have increased continuously over the past decade, according to a study released today by The Doctors Company.

  • Mucci Farms is Powered by Veggies, and Ready To Go!
    KINGSVILLE, ON: Mucci Farms announces full scale production of the Award Winning Veggies To GoTM On-the-Go Snacks for Kids. "After several months of market research, in-store demos and engaging with current and potential retail partners to develop the product along with the innovative EZ Snap packaging, we are ready for full production," said Danny Mucci, Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

  • Disrupt Yourself: The Courageous Leadership Needed by CIOs to Drive Digital Business Transformation Will Power the Discussion at the 2017 San Diego CIO Executive Leadership Summit
    SAN DIEGO: In order to drive enterprise innovation and disruption, executives must first disrupt themselves by shifting their mindsets and being more open to taking risks.

  • Hong Kong's Outbound Travelers Keen on Short-haul and Exotic Destinations
    HONG KONG: Travelzoo (NASDAQ: TZOO), a global publisher of exclusive deals for members, today disclosed the key findings from the first half-year of 2017 statistics of the Top 20, Travelzoo's famous weekly newsletter that has been sent to more than 500,000 Travelzoo Hong Kong members for the past 10 years, that short-haul destinations remain by far the most popular vacation choice and there is a new trend that exotic destinations are gaining attraction from sophisticated travelers in Hong Kong.

  • Crossing Chinese Opera With Jazz Is a Musical Dialogue Across Time and Space With the Golden Jazz' Premiering in the USA
    ARLINGTON, Texas: Crossing Chinese Opera with Jazz is an innovative cultural project which is produced by Zhuhai Golden Jazz Cultural Industry Management Co., Ltd. Through adapting and arranging classic Chinese opera excerpts in the manner of jazz music, the two independent music forms have been blended harmoniously and created a refreshing performance.

  • Stormy Weather Calls for Professionally Installed Window Film
    WASHINGTON: According to Accuweather, on average, 12 tropical storms form in the Atlantic during hurricane season and this year there have already been 13. With this in mind and nor'easter season approaching, what can homeowners do to protect their homes, offices, vehicles and their families against high winds and extreme weather?

  • A New Solution for Small Law Firms! Introducing the Lockton Affinity Lawyer Program
    OVERLAND PARK, Kan: Effective January 1, 2018, Lockton Affinity will be the exclusive program administrator for Swiss Re Corporate Solutions Lawyers Professional Liability Insurance for firms with 1-19 attorneys in California, Kansas, Missouri and Texas.

  • Launch of eBay Authenticate Boosts Shopper Confidence for Luxury Handbag Purchases
    SAN JOSE, Calif: eBay launched eBay Authenticate, a white glove authentication service designed to help the marketplace's hundreds of millions of active buyers shop with confidence for luxury handbags.

  • Litehouse Unveils Bright, Eye-Catching New Look For Dressings And Dips
    SANDPOINT, Idaho: Litehouse, Inc., a 100 percent employee-owned company and the number-one Refrigerated Salad Dressing (RSD) brand in the U.S. and Canada, is brightening up refrigerated produce shelves with a refreshed packaging design for its core line of dressings and dips.

  • The first step to a bigger future? Deciding you want one
    WILMINGTON, Del: To make something happen, you need to want something to happen. Do you know what your "something" is? A new job? Learning a language? Changing a life? Finally starting the longest pay-it-forward line at a Starbucks?

  • Plated Teams Up with Gail Simmons to Offer Signature Dish in Celebration of Her First Cookbook Bringing It Home
    NEW YORK: Plated, the meal kit service for people who love food, kicks off its Tastemakers series this week with Top Chef judge, food writer, and culinary expert Gail Simmons. With the tagline "Collaborations for a Life Well Fed," the new series will showcase like-minded, food-loving people and brands across Plated menus, events, and digital channels several times a year.

  • Snow Leopards Wins 2017 Wildlife Publication Award in Book Category
    CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts: Elsevier, the information analytics business specializing in science and health, today announced that Snow Leopards, edited by Drs. Thomas McCarthy and David Mallon, has won The Wildlife Society's 2017 Wildlife Publication Award in the Book Category.

  • Middle East Biscuit Market is Expected to Witness Stable Growth During 2017-2023
    MUMBAI: Middle East Biscuit Market (2017-2023): Market Forecast By Category (Sweet, Savoury and Crackers and Functional/Energetic), By Distribution Channels (Hypermarkets and Supermarkets, Convenience Stores, Specialist Retailers and Others (e-Commerce, Pharmacy, and Dollar Store)), By Packaging (Flexible, Paper and Board and Rigid), By Countries (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Lebanon and Jordan) and Competitive Landscape. This is the latest reports added by Bharat Book Bureau to its offering.

  • Hari Krishna Exports Sets a Huge Benchmark by Conducting Women Safety Rally With 12,000 Participants
    SURAT: Hari Krishna Group talks about safety, especially about road safety, two wheeler safety and safety of the employees and their families. They leave no stone unturned and bind each and every employee with a pledge to strictly follow the helmet rule.

  • National Cannabis Industry Association Hires Genifer Murray as Chief of Staff
    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz: GENIFER M (www.geniferm.com), a luxury cannabis-inspired jewelry company, announced that its co-founder, Genifer Murray, has been named Chief of Staff at the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA). Her position will be based in Denver, CO.

  • A haircut at Sport Clips can Help A Hero now through Veterans Day
    GEORGETOWN, Texas: The annual Sport Clips Haircuts' "Help A Hero" campaign kicks off today, and you can help service members and veterans take the next step toward civilian careers through education when you visit a local store.

  • Minister MacAulay Takes Part in World Food Day 
    OTTAWA: The Government of Canada is committed to supporting the implementation of the Global Goals contained within the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including the importance of investing in sustainable rural development and agriculture.

  • Trump says end of ISIS caliphate 'in sight' after Raqqa liberation
    Washington D.C. [United States], Oct 22 : United States President Donald Trump has said that the end of the ISIS caliphate is in sight following the liberation of Syrian city of Raqqa from the terror group.

  • Harvey Weinstein has 'different recollection of events' on Lupita Nyong'o claims
    Washington D.C. [USA], Oct 21 : Harvey Weinstein, who apparently completed a week treatment after entering rehab for sexual addiction, has denied the allegations made by Kenyan-Mexican actress Lupita Nyong'o.

  • Delhi: Cab driver found dead near Arjan Garh Metro Station
    New Delhi (India), Oct 21 : A cab driver was found dead inside his car near Arjan Garh Metro Station in Delhi on Saturday.

  • Woman allegedly attacked, raped in Mumbai, accused arrested
    Mumbai (Maharashtra) , October 22 : A woman was allegedly attacked and raped in Mumbai's Vikhroli area on Saturday.

  • PM Modi to inaugurate Phase 1 of RO RO ferry service between Ghogha, Dahej
    New Delhi , October 22 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday will visit Gujarat to inaugurate Phase 1 of the RO RO (Roll on, Roll off) ferry service between Ghogha and Dahej.

  • China fears attack on its envoy in Pakistan, demands more security
    Islamabad [Pakistan], Oct 22 : China has asked Pakistan to increase the security of its newly appointed ambassador in Islamabad, fearing intelligence information that terrorists are planning to attack him, The Express Tribune reported.

  • Mersal row: Assert right to criticise, but keep facts correct, says BJP
    New Delhi/Chennai (Tamil Nadu) , October 22 : The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday, while referring to the ongoing controversy involving Tamil movie 'Mersal', said that the people have right to criticise the government but must keep their facts correct.

  • Mersal row: BJP must respect free speech, says Congress
    New Delhi , October 22 : The Congress Party on Sunday said that instead of criticising the Tamil film 'Mersal', the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Prime Minister Narendra Modi must respect the Freedom of Speech.

  • Trump thanks five former US presidents for hurricane relief work
    Washington D.C. [United States], Oct 22 : United States President Donald Trump has appreciated and thanked all five of his living predecessors on Saturday for their work to raise funds to help victims of recent hurricanes.

  • Facebook supported Hillary, not me during presidential election, says Trump
    Washington D.C. [U.S.A.] Oct 22 : United States President Donald Trump has claimed that Facebook was on the side of his crooked political arch rival Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election campaign.

  • People in Gujarat want change in governance: Ashok Gehlot
    New Delhi , October 22 : Gujarat Congress In-charge Ashok Gehlot on Sunday said that the people in Gujarat wanted a change in governance.

  • Aditya Pancholi receives extortion call for Rs 25 lakh
    Mumbai (Maharashtra) , October 22 : Actor Aditya Pancholi on Saturday complained to the Versova Police that he has been receiving extortion calls from an unknown person who demanded Rs 25 lakh.

  • New HUAWEI Mate 10 Takes the Smartphone Experience to the Next Level With Integrated Artificial Intelligence
    MUNICH: Huawei reveals the highly anticipated HUAWEI Mate 10 and HUAWEI Mate 10 Pro featuring the world's first artificially intelligent chipset with dedicated Neural Network Processing Unit (NPU). With AI-based enhancements and machine learning integrated throughout, the device delivers the ultimate smartphone performance.

  • KOHLER to Unveil New 5400 Series at GIE+EXPO 2017
    KOHLER, Wis: The KOHLER 5400 Series will be unveiled this week at GIE+EXPO 2017. Designed to bring easy starting and quiet, smooth operation to lawn tractor applications, the new single-cylinder engine line includes models between 17 and 19.5 hp.

  • New York Blood Center's Dr. Mohandas Narla Awarded Program Project Grant by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases
    NEW YORK: Mohandas Narla, DSc, Vice President of Research at New York Blood Center (NYBC), has been awarded a USD 6.5M Program Project grant over five years (USD 1.3M per year) from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK).

  • Powered by Goodix's ultra-thin fingerprint authentication solution, HUAWEI Mate 10 shines in Munich
    SHENZHEN, China: Huawei launches a top-tier flagship model Mate 10 in Munich, Germany successfully. Mate 10 is powered by the world's first smartphone SoC chipset with dedicated NPU (Neural-network Processor Unit) - Kirin 970, and features seamless integration of high screen-to-body ratio and ultra-thin front-mounted fingerprint sensor.

  • Einstein Researchers Share USD 9 Million Grant to Find Anti-Aging Therapies
    BRONX, N.Y: Scientists now believe that the Fountain of Youth flows from our genes, or at least from the genes of people who live healthy lives to age 100 or later. To discover what's special about the genes of these centenarians-and apply that knowledge to extend the healthy lives of the rest of us-the National Institutes of Health has awarded researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, part of Montefiore Medicine, and the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) a five-year, USD 9 million grant.

  • STUNT Athlete to be Recognized at Women's Sports Foundation's Annual Salute to Women in Sports
    MEMPHIS, Tenn: USA Cheer is proud to announce that Dominique Burke, a STUNT athlete, will be included in the Women's Sports Foundation Annual Salute to Women in Sports. Dominique will take the stage as part of the procession of female athletes during the annual banquet recognizing excellence in sport on October 18 in New York City.

  • Argus chairman and CEO wins international entrepreneur of the year accolade
    LONDON: Adrian Binks, chairman and chief executive of leading global energy and commodity news and price reporting agency Argus Media Group, was honoured last week with the prestigious EY Entrepreneur Of The Year award in the international category.

  • Studio Stick Introduced As World's First Portable Recording Studio for Smartphones
    CLEVELAND: Studio Stick is the world's first portable recording studio for smartphones that allows users to record high quality songs/audio anywhere on the go for an extremely lower cost than professional studio time. Studio Stick is now currently live on Kickstarter and raising funds to bring the project to life.

  • 44 pc of Quebec's Millennials Feel Stressed as the Holidays Approach
    MONTREAL: The holiday season and the lead-up to it is one of the most stressful times of the year. There is usually too much to do, too little time and sometimes too little money to make ends meet. Moreover, Quebec's weather does not help much either, shorter days and lesser light usually end up sapping everyone's energy.

  • Woobo Announces Last Purchase of Educational AI Robot for K
    BOSTON: Woobo, the company that helps kids learn through high-tech companions that enhance educational and emotional development, today announced a "last chance" for parents to purchase a Woobo robot - a cuddly, artificial intelligence (AI)-based "learning launchpad" that sparks children's curiosity and exploration.

  • VolAero Drones' Team Is The Winner At The 2017 InterDrone Film Festival
    MIAMI: VolAero UAV and Drones Holdings Corp., a Miami based Drone Tech Startup Company, announces their Chief Pilot Jeff Fidelin has won an award in the Real Estate and Resort Category at the International InterDrone 2017 convention in Las Vegas.

  • University of Exeter tops Corporate Knights' Better World MBA Ranking
    TORONTO: Corporate Knights released the 15th edition of the Better World MBA ranking, revealing a new top program globally for the first time since the ranking's inception.

  • Immunoassays Find Their Target in Infectious Diseases
    ROCKVILLE, Md: Kalorama Information says that infectious disease immunoassays beat the IVD market and the overall IVD market in terms of revenue growth. Immunoassays are tests that are based on the binding of antibodies to antigens to identify the presence of a substance.

  • Jersey Jack Pinball Unveils Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean
    CHICAGO: Jersey Jack Pinball, the industry leader in craftsmanship and technical innovation, greeted attendees at the 33rd Annual Pinball Expo with the unveiling of their newest machine, Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean, raising the bar once again with a fast, challenging and feature-packed game that captures memorable scenes and elements from all five motion pictures in the series.

  • Tropical Smoothie Cafe Accelerated Growth In Houston With New Restaurant In Cypress
    ATLANTA: Tropical Smoothie Cafe, the leading fast casual cafe concept known for its better-for-you food and smoothies with a tropical twist, announced today the opening of its newest franchised location in Cypress, Texas.

  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto: A Paid-for Must-Have, finds Strategy Analytics
    BOSTON: Access to smartphone apps through in-car HMI is increasingly important to consumers' purchase decisions. Mobile apps are preferred for many navigation tasks, especially more advanced ones.

  • Hoffman Madison Waterfront Awards Champion The Wharf in DC
    HOBE SOUND, Fla: Champion Utility Billing Services, a Florida-based company that specializes in advanced sub-metering technology and billing services for utility energy management, is proud to announce it is the new sub-metering provider for The Wharf in Washington, DC.

  • World Vision International Wins the 2017 AFP Pinnacle Award Grand Prize for Excellence in Treasury and Finance
    SAN DIEGO: World Vision International was awarded the Association for Financial Professionals 2017 Pinnacle Grand Prize, which recognizes excellence in treasury and finance. The Pinnacle Grand Prize, sponsored by Wells Fargo and Co., was presented Sunday at the Opening General Session of AFP 2017 in San Diego.

  • 'Patidar's fight was to attain OBC quota, not to make Congress win'
    Gandhinagar (Gujarat) , October 22 : Patidar leader Hardik Patel's close aides, Varun Patel and Reshma Patel, who joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday ahead of the upcoming Assembly polls, said they had led the movement to secure Other Backward Class (OBC) reservation for the community and not to make Congress win.

  • Sir Tom Jones claims he was sexually harassed in early days
    Washington D.C. [USA], Oct 21 : Sir Tom Jones has recently claimed that he was also sexually harassed in the early days of his career in the music industry.

  • Terrorists attack PDP leader's house in Tral
    Tral (Jammu and Kashmir) Oct 21 : Terrorists attacked the house of People's Democratic Party (PDP) leader Mohd Ashraf Pir in Tral town of Pulwama district on Saturday.