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Microsoft To Offer Voluntary Replacement of AC Power Cable For Surface Pro Tablets

The AC power cables linked to Microsoft’s Surface Pro tablets of selective three generations pose fire risks due to overheating. Though a limited number of overheating issues have been reported, Microsoft is taking no risks and going to recall for a global voluntary replacement. Details on replacement procedure will be furnished in the Microsoft website sometimes later this week, possibly on Friday.

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David Cameron Receives Indian Delegation As Gandhi Statue Is Unveiled In London

Indian Rupee at 2-month high on rising outflows

The Indian currency Rupee against the US dollar rose to highest since November 2015 on increasing outflows from Indian stocks and bonds. The Chinese markets were witnessing selloff and this also resulted in further withdrawal by foreign investors in Indian markets. The net outflow from Indian markets in January so far was at $686.2 million putting more pressure on currency reserves.

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Tata Steel Expected To Axe Jobs In Scunthorpe Today

Cheaper Chinese imports, sluggish demand force Tata Steel to slash 1,050 jobs in UK

India-based Tata Steel is reducing manpower by 1,050 in the UK operations. Tata Steel is among other steel producers suffering from falling steel prices and cheaper imports from China. The UK steel industry is urging European Commission to take necessary action against unfair trade imports.

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Sesame Street And HBO Host Free Museum Day At The New Children's Museum Of San Diego With A Special Performance By Elmo And Friends

HBO Planned to Launch Streaming Service in Spain to Rival Netflix

HBO planned its Internet channel in Spain at the end of this year, enabling people in Spain to access HBO streaming service. The company will challenge Netflix at new vanguard of European market.

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Pregnant Woman, Ultrasonography

Researchers Build QUIPP, Smartphone App To Identify Premature Birth Risk

Researchers from King's College in London have successfully developed an app to predict risk of premature birth. The app has been tested in two studies and is now available at Apple's App Store.

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Saudi Arabia Oil Minister Ali al-Nuaimi Press Conference

Ali al-Naimi hopeful on stability of oil market

Saudi Arabia oil minister Ali al-Naimi said that stability in the oil market will be attained only through the cooperation amid major manufacturers and this would take time. Ali al-Naimi added that although the worldwide oil market has been experiencing an instability for over 12 months, he is hopeful regarding the return and future of the oil market.

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OPEC Ministers Attend Conference In Iran

India to resume oil import as Tehran emerge from sanctions

With the lifting of international sanctions from Tehran, India would be able to recommence its unobstructed oil import from the Persian Gulf country. Iran is anticipated to boost its oil export of 1.1 million barrels per day by 500,000, according to the Indian Oil Cooperation.

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Casualties In French Regulator Approved Drug Trial: 1 Brain Dead, 5 Others Hospitalized

Biotrial Private Facility has been conducting trial of a pain killer over 90 volunteers. Six of them have fall sick and one of them has got severe brain injury. Volunteers rarely fall sick while undergoing through such trials, since the drug must go through several tests over animals with wide range of dosage. Paris prosecutors have initiated investigations to unearth the cause behind the regulator approved trial.

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Car Makers Reveal New Models At N. American International Auto Show In Detroit

European Car Sales Grew 9.2% in 2015, but Volkswagen Lost The Market

European car sales rose to 9.2% in 2015. Demand in December is recorded as the strongest one in the entire year. However, Volkswagen is excluded from the strong gain.

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Hadron Therapy

Italian Health Authorities Instituted Refund for Ineffective Cancer Treatment

Italian Medicine Agency has formulated an advanced strategies in drug spending. The agency has developed an innovative deal with pharmaceutical companies to institute a refund for ineffective medicinal treatment.

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The Queen And Duke Of Edinburgh Host Reception To Recognise The UK Technology Sector

UK technology sector mobilizes $3.6-bln VC in 2015

The UK-based technology firms mobilized $3.6 billion (£2.5 billion) funds from venture capitalists (VC) in 2015 and this is 70 percent higher than $2.1 billion in 2014. London technology companies accounted for more than half of the mobilized VC funds. The increasing investor appetite for technology startups and fintech firms has been the main factor that propelled the VC funding.

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Solar Powered Christmas Tree Lights Up Brisbane

Global solar energy firms bid for projects in Australia

Several firms from Canada, China and Europe among 77 renewable energy firms have submitted bids for solar projects in Australia. The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has shortlisted 22 projects, which will have capacity of 766 megawatts at combined project cost of $1.68 billion. The solar energy projects developers will also receive a grant of $30 million for each project from the Australian government.

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Steel Communities Threatened By Job Losses

Tata Steel bonds at record low as S&P downgrades

Standard & Poor's (S&P) has downgraded credit rating of Tata Steel's bonds. S&P cited reasons such as the poor operating performance and high leverage at Tata Steel for downgrading. Indian steel industry is suffering from glut in production and surging imports.

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Algerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal Visits Berlin

High employment rate propels German GDP

Record high employment rate and domestic spending propelled German GDP rate by 1.7 percent in 2015, according to the German authorities' calculation.

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George Osborne Delivers Speech Warning Of Potential Economic Difficulties In The Coming Year

Britain Interest Rate Hike Will Be Shocking but Seems Inevitable

Bank of England has been keeping its interest rates at the lowest point at 0.5% since March 2009. However, some signals of the interest rate upsurge will be a shock to some people in Britain.

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