Samsung Launches Galaxy C7 Pro For Rs 27990
Visitors experience Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S8 smartphone at a Seoul store in this photo released by Samsung on April 6, 2017. Galaxy C7 Pro has been equipped with a metal case that features a sleek design which resembles with Galaxy A5's design .
University student killed in Venezuela opposition protest
It said that Venezuelans have the right to demonstrate peacefully and "to see the political conflict immediately solved". That blocks Capriles, who narrowly lost the 2013 presidential election to Maduro, from running against him next year.
Marshawn Lynch, Patriots could be a fit
According to a report from CSN New England, Blount has "an offer on the table" from the Patriots . LeGarrette Blount may be getting salty because he hasn't signed a contract.
Wichita State waits on word from American Athletic Conference
They have made the NCAA Tournament every season since 2012, highlighted by a Final Four appearance in 2013 and a Sweet 16 in 2015. As of late Tuesday afternoon, banners recognizing nine Missouri Valley Conference schools remained in the rafters of Koch Arena.
North Korea Criticizes U.S. Strikes on Syria as 'Unforgivable'
CNN reported on Sunday that USA warships were en route to the Korean Peninsula due to provocations from North Korea. The launches are considered to be in violation with the corresponding resolution adopted by the United Nations.
U.S., Mexico, Canada announce joint bid for 2026 FIFA World Cup
As of now, the process is quite simple as there are no competing bids to speak. "I really thank Sunil's open mindedness and U.S. US President Donald Trump, who has vowed to build a wall at the US border with Mexico , reportedly supports the joint bid.
Apple Iphone 8 Release Date Delayed till September 2017
Currently, the most expensive model of the iPhone 7 configured with 256GB of internal storage costs £919. The report added that Apple could sell as many as 90 million iPhones in the last three months of 2017.
Natasha Exelby: Why a blooper led reporters to share embarrassing tales
The segment ended but it took a few moments before Exelby, a freelance journalist , realized the camera was back on her. It's a slip-up nearly every newsreader in the world has committed, but rarely costs the TV presenter their on-air job.
Motives for North Korea's latest missile test
Two weeks ago, the South Korean and US militaries said they had detected a failed North Korean ballistic missile launch. North Korea sees the drills as an invasion rehearsal. -China cooperation in exerting economic pressure on North Korea.
Internet privacy bill filed by Massachusetts GOP senators
Thune says now there will be one consistent policy that will not only make things more clear, but also protect consumers. Critics are already tearing Pai a new one over this meeting, in distinctly combative language.
One For Arthur wins Grand National at 14-1
With their partners spending most weekends on the golf course, they chose to get into the horse-racing business. He has done us proud, he has done Scotland proud and he has done everyone at the yard proud.
Reds take series against Cardinals with 8-0 win
Matt Bowman had a flawless seventh for the Cardinals but Jonathan Broxton gave up a two-run homer to Scott Schebler in the eighth. In his first start, Martinez logged a no-decision with 7.1 innings, six hits and no earned against the Cubs.
Indian shares end higher; IT stocks gain
However, gains were capped due to caution over the rising tensions in the Middle East and political uncertainty in Europe. Sectorial indices such as FMCG, capital goods, PSU, realty and banking were in the lead, giving sentiment a lift.
Backed Syrian forces take one side of Euphrates Tabqa dam
The alliance was also focused on a strategically important town of Tabqa near Raqqa, with a dam and an airport nearby, AFP reported.
UN chief meets Iraqi leaders to support fight against IS
Officials said, 3 policemen were among the dead while the rest were civilians and a number of policemen were also injured. Defense Secretary James Mattis insinuated that Islamic State fighters had hidden "behind women and children".