United Airlines: Customers 'welcome' to wear leggings
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- James Harden suffers a wrist injury as Rockets beat Thunder
- Trump to travel to Brussels for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting in May
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- Mexico suspends imports of Brazilian meat, poultry amid health concerns
- 'Super Mario Run' Android Release Date Set For March 23
- Man Utd defender Jones withdraws from England squad
- Donald Trump's net worth sinks on Forbes list
- 9/11 victims suing Saudi Arabia
- N. Korea may have doubled uranium enrichment - United Nations nuclear watchdog
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- Google to Simplify YouTube Advertiser Controls Amid Outcry Over Extremist Videos
- The Anatomy of Rachel Maddow's Rollout of Trump's Tax Returns
- Security beffed up at Taj Mahal after ISlamic state threat
March 29, 2017
Neymar Confident Messi Will Renew Barcelona Contract
Spanish football journalist Guillem Balague has had his say, and is adamant Neymar will be a Barcelona player in 2016/17. Brazil are back in action on the road to Russian Federation 2018, playing host to Paraguay in Sao Paulo on Tuesday.
March 28, 2017
Russian Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny Returns to Court After Anti-Corruption Protests
President Vladimir Putin's spokesman chided protest organizers, saying they incited illegal acts. "He hasn't missed any bus". Analysts are calling Sunday's demonstrations the biggest anti-Kremlin rallies in Russian Federation since 2011 and 2012.
March 28, 2017
Sena Defends Goon MP; Says "Even Kapil Sharma Is Allowed To Fly"
The issue in point being the beating up of an Air-India official by the Shiv Sena member of the Lok Sabha, Ravindra Gaikwad. Gaikwad attained notoriety after he assaulted an Air India official with his slippers, slapping him 25 times, on Thursday.
March 27, 2017
Clippers unravel down the stretch in loss to Mavericks
The Mavs also overcame the Clippers' 45-4 rebounding advantage, converting L.A.'s 17 turnovers into 21 points. Nowitzki then proceeded to go back to work at the offensive end, tying the game at 55-all in the process.
March 26, 2017
Rajnath Singh Reviews Security Situation in Northeast
That's why, the trust and belief of the people towards BSF has increased", the Home Minister told reporters. Previously, 135 districts were Maoist-infested, which has come down to 35 now", he said.
March 25, 2017
Hackers Threaten To Remotely Wipe iPhones, Demand Ransom From Apple
The group is now demanding a large ransom from Apple to prevent them wiping millions of iPhones clean on April 7. A hacker group is reportedly demanding money to delete a list of 500 million stolen iCloud login details .
March 25, 2017
Top NATO general says Russian Federation may be supplying Taliban in Afghanistan
The official said the U.S. wants to work with Russian Federation on regional efforts to end the 16-year war and that U.S. The current estimate by the USA is there are 30,000 Taliban in Afghanistan, although not all are active fighters.
March 21, 2017
Uber President Only Made It 6 Months Before Resigning
Brian McClendon, the maps and business platform Vice President at Uber, is also planning to leave by the end of this month. The company is also being sued by Alphabet , the parent company of Google, for allegedly stealing self-driving technology.
March 19, 2017
Xiaomi Redmi 4A 32GB releases in Malaysia, available for RM 509
However, the phone's pricing for the offline market has been increased, starting from Rs 11,499 for the basic variant. The Redmi 4A was the cheapest of the lot, and was priced at RMB 499, which translates to approximately Rs 5,000.
March 18, 2017
Alexa makes its iPhone debuts via Amazon's iOS app
Additionally, Ford showed the beta version of its new in-vehicle Alexa controls for vehicles running the Sync 3 voice platform . Now in the Amazon app , the microphone option only allows users to perform a shopping-related voice search for products.