• ICICI Bank Q2 net falls Rs 1044 cr

    ICICI Bank Q2 net falls Rs 1044 cr

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    The bank had reported a net profit of Rs 356.91 crore during the corresponding period a year ago. Analysts on average had expected a net profit of 24.91 billion rupees, according to Thomson Reuters data. 19% year-on-year growth in retail portfolio. At ICICI Bank , gross NPA additions declined to Rs4,674 crore in the fiscal second quarter from Rs4,976 crore a quarter ago and Rs8,029 crore a year ago.
  • Milpitas police to collect unwanted prescription drugs this Saturday

    Milpitas police to collect unwanted prescription drugs this Saturday

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    Razza also reported that when National Drug Take Back Day was held back on April 29 of this year, a total weight of 900,386 pounds expired or unused perception drugs were collected across the country. However, the liquids, creams and sprays must be in their original packaging and evenly distributed within the boxes of collected solid prescription medications.
  • England, Spain set up all-European final

    England, Spain set up all-European final

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    A two goal lead at half time meant Mali had to do a lot of work. There was controversy in this afternoon's Federation Internationale de Football Association U17 World Cup semi-final between Mali and Spain at the Patil stadium in Navi Mumbai .
  • New York State governor signs legislation banning public vaping indoors

    New York State governor signs legislation banning public vaping indoors

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    Under current law, only smoking substances containing tobacco, including cigars, cigarettes or pipes, are restricted in public places. "This new law not only protects public health by restricting the use of e-cigarettes and the public's exposure to smoke-cigarette emissions", said Jeff Seyler, the executive vice president of American Lung Association's Northeast region, but also children, for whom the products are "just another tool reeling them into a risky and often lifetime of addiction ...
  • Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's sentencing hearing postponed until Wednesday

    Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's sentencing hearing postponed until Wednesday

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    Army . A military court judge delayed the sentencing phase in order to review the motion to dismiss the case. The judge said Bergdahl faces up to life in prison. The Army soldier who was held captive in Afghanistan after leaving his station pleaded guilty last week to desertion and misbehavior before the enemy.
  • Journalist Zeenat Shahzadi recovered after two years from Pak-Afghan border

    Journalist Zeenat Shahzadi recovered after two years from Pak-Afghan border

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    Iqbal added, that Shahzadi had been abducted by non-state actors and enemy intelligence agencies and that she had been rescued their clutches. A Pakistan human right activist Hina Jillani had in 2016 told the BBC that Zeenat had informed her family that security agencies had "forcibly taken her away" and detained her for questioning about Ansari.
  • State report: SC unemployment rate drops under 4 percent in September

    State report: SC unemployment rate drops under 4 percent in September

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    Overall in September, Weld added 900 total nonfarm jobs, which is an over-the-year employment change of 3,600, bringing total nonfarm jobs to 103,600. The biggest job losses were in the private service-providing sector, which lost 700 jobs over the month, but still is 1,300 more than previous year. It is based on a monthly survey of 985 houses.
  • Three-quarters of the total insect population lost in protected nature reserves

    Three-quarters of the total insect population lost in protected nature reserves

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    It showed an average annual decline of 76% over the course of the study, and as much as 82% in mid-summer. "This decrease has always been suspected but has turned out to be more severe than previously thought". Mr Goulsen said a possible explanation would be insects dying when they fly out of nature reserves into farmland "with very little to offer for any wild creature".
  • Self-Driving Cars Could Come to Manhattan

    Self-Driving Cars Could Come to Manhattan

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    General Motors and Cruise Automation continue their push for a leadership position in autonomous vehicle development, securing approval from the State of NY to begin Level 4 testing in the Empire State. "We test in San Francisco only because we have to". Cruise and GM didn't immediately say how many vehicles will be operating in NY. Cruise also plans to set up an office in NY as part of its testing.
  • Taliban denies rescued Canadian hostage's accusations

    Taliban denies rescued Canadian hostage's accusations

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    Mr Boyle said his wife was raped by a guard who was assisted by his superiors. He suffered only a shrapnel wound, his family said. Talking to media persons in Sialkot on Sunday, Asif said that Pakistan has been cooperating with the United States over past many years but it always suffered losses due to relations with US.
  • WPA2 WiFi encryption compromised in KRACK crack

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    Any correct implementation of WPA2 is likely affected. This exploit only affects 802.11 traffic between a Wi-Fi router and a connected device. A severe flaw in the encryption protocols used by almost all modern Wi-Fi networks could let attackers hijack encrypted traffic, steal passwords and even inject malware into smartphones and laptops.
  • Talwars likely to go to Nupurs fathers place after release

    Talwars likely to go to Nupurs fathers place after release

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    Rajesh Talwar and Nupur Talwar, the dentist couple who were acquitted from the murder case of their daughter Aarushi Talwar, have walked out of the jail after 4 years. "We will celebrate Diwali together", said Nupur's old parents, further adding that the hunt for the Aarushi Talwar's killer will continue. "The Talwars, who gave medical service for free, refused remuneration".