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Pakistan wants 'go to any extent' to fight India's plan for Kashmir

The Indian territory remains in lockdown amid a communications blackout, with landline connections, internet and mobile coverage all suspended. Tens of thousands of additional Indian troops have thus been deployed in the already heavily militarized region to head off the country, following Tuesday's parliamentary vote in Delhi to change the status of Jammu and Kashmir from a state to a …

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Google publishes a sustainability plan for hardware, but its implications are uncertain

Enlarge / Mountain View, California, May 21, 2018: Exterior of a Googleplex building, Google headquarters, and parent company Alphabet. Google is making new plans to make the hardware more green. Anna Meegan, head of sustainability for consumer hardware at Google, wrote in a blog post about the company's goals to improve the environmental performance of its devices. Google's sustainability commitments …

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Alaska plan to cooperate with Chinese on the scrapped gas pipeline

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – Ex-Governor Bill Walker's attempt to work with partners in China to promote a larger LNG project in Alaska has been canceled. The Alaska Journal of Commerce reports His successor, Governor Mike Dunleavy, is pursuing a different approach. Joe Dubler is Interim President of the state-sanctioned Alaska Gasline Development Corp., which is working to advance a project …

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Google Home is facing a big upgrade, but Amazon could plan something better

Amazon Echo pioneered the popularity of smart homes in 2014 – Google entered the emerging market in 2016. Although each product line was featured in a single model, Google and Amazon have significantly expanded their product lineup with new devices promoting unique features, form factors, and different price tags. Google currently sells four connected home products, but is preparing to …

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Beyoncés crash diet plan sells an impossible, harmful ideal Laura Snape's | music

B Eyoncé's Coachella headline set for 2018 was a masterpiece of careful preparation. She conceived a show designed to pay tribute to the culture of historically black colleges and universities. After giving birth to twins, she spent months working on the exact choreography and arrangements. And she was fastidiously vegan, with no sugar, carbs, dairy and alcohol. "I'm hungry," she …

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Kamala Harris reveals plan for black higher education and business

As the only graduate of a historically black college and a black university competing for the presidential race of 2020, Howard University suggested alum, which their campaign calls "the next important items on their black agenda." The California Democrat wants to invest $ 60 billion in science, engineering, engineering and math at HBCUs. Harris, who graduated in 1986, refers to …

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Los Angeles Dodgers Announces $ 100 Million Plan for Major Stadium Renovation

LOS ANGELES (KABC) – The Dodger Stadium undergoes a major overhaul. The Los Angeles Dodgers announced plans for $ 100 million worth of renovations on Tuesday, which will be held during the off-season. The team unveiled a full range of upgrades, including a new 2-acre center-field plaza dedicated to pre- and post-game entertainment, as well as an open play area …

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Before the second round of debates in 2020, Biden unveils a comprehensive reform plan for criminal justice

Joe Biden Repeats Obamacare Promise Democratic presidential leader Joe Biden is the only candidate to reliably conduct double-digit surveys and expand Obamacare. Peter Doocy reports on Sioux City. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden presented a comprehensive plan on Tuesday to reduce the country's prison population, reform the country's criminal justice system and eliminate racial and income-related condemnation. Former Vice-President The …

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USDA's plan to relocate research agencies to the Midwest leads to a brain drain

Two critical federal research agencies are gutted after workers are called to move from Washington to the Midwest. As of Monday, new and relocating employees may be temporarily reported to offices in the Kansas City region, the US Department of Agriculture, said. More than half of the staff of the Economic Research Service and the National Institute for Food and …

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