Samsung Galaxy Buds+ launched in India: Here’s how much they cost

Indian Express | 2020-02-18

Samsung has launched its Galaxy Buds+ wireless earbuds in India. The company has started taking pre-bookings on its website for the same. It is priced at Rs 13,990 and is being made available in three colour options: Blue, Black and White. As a launch offer the company is providing customers who...

This may be the biggest ‘Facebook mistake’ that you need to stop doing

The Times of India | 2020-02-18

When it comes to Facebook, you have little choice but be extra careful about what data you share on the platform. However, new reports claim that the data that you unknowingly share by simply following the process could be more dangerous for your online presence. If you are someone used to login to...

Russia may have to pay $50bn in Dutch court arbitration ruling

Business Day | 2020-02-18

Moscow/AmsterdamRussia may have to pay a record $50bn arbitration ruling after a Dutch court ruled in favour of the former owners of Yukos Oil. The ruling by The Hague Court of Appeal on Tuesday reinstates an award issued in 2014 by an arbitration panel and could set off a new wave of efforts to...

Sanofi teams up with U.S. agency against coronavirus

Canada Dot Com | 2020-02-18

PARISFrench drugmaker Sanofi is working with a U.S. government agency to develop a vaccine against the new coronavirus from China, saying it could have a candidate ready for clinical trials within a year. At least a dozen other drugmakers are currently working on vaccines or antivirals and...

Japan plans HIV drug trials to fight coronavirus as Diamond Princess cases rise

Indian Express | 2020-02-18

Japan plans to start trials of HIV medications to treat coronavirus patients as an increase in the number of cases poses a growing threat to the economy and public health, the government’s top spokesman said on Tuesday. The government is making “preparations so that clinical trials using...

Yes, ‘beer goggles’ effect does actually exist

The Times of India | 2020-02-18

LONDON: Drunk people are equally diverted by unattractive and attractive people, according to researchers, who add that evidence suggests that ‘beer goggles’ effect really does exist. The term ‘beer goggles’ refers to finding people more attractive after you have had a few beers. For the study,...

Sofia Kenin loses to Rybakina at Dubai Championships

The News International | 2020-02-18

DUBAI: Sofia Kenin lost her first WTA match since winning the Australian Open earlier this month as she went down 6-7 (2/7), 6-3, 6-3 to Elena Rybakina on Tuesday at the Dubai Championships. World number seven Kenin´s loss completed a hat-trick of seeded upsets on the fourth day of action in...

Kyrgios out of New York Open with shoulder injury

Supersport | 2020-02-08

Nick Kyrgios, back in the world top 20 after a fourth-round run at the Australian Open, has withdrawn from the ATP New York Open with a...

Tottenham's Champions League setback as Son Hueng-min is ruled out for weeks with broken arm

The National | 2020-02-18

Tottenham face the prospect of being without Son Heung-min for several weeks after the forward fractured his right arm in Sunday's win over Aston Villa, the club announced on Tuesday. Son suffered the injury in a first-minute challenge with Villa's...

Soccer icon Ruud Gullit 'disappointed' players didn't 'protect' racially abused star Moussa Marega

CNN | 2020-02-18

(CNN)Dutch soccer legend Ruud Gullit says he was "disappointed" to see players not back Porto striker Moussa Marega as he walked off the pitch after being subjected to racist abuse from opposition fans. The 28-year-old had to push away his own teammates as he tried to leave the field during his...

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Federal judges' group calls emergency meeting over Roger Stone case

Yahoo Daily News | 2020-02-18

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Press TV | 2020-02-18

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Taipei Times | 2020-02-18

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Netanyahu corruption trial to begin weeks after March 2 vote

Albuquerque Journal | 2020-02-18

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Angela Merkel’s party chief to hold critical succession talks

The Jakarta Post | 2020-02-18

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Lebanon is using racist campaigns to force refugees to leave

Middle East Monitor | 2020-02-18

A repatriation clause requested by Lebanese President Michel Aoun in the new government’s policy statement is very clear: “They must return.” Aoun is using...

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How Israel stole this fisherman’s sight and sense of smell

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