Monthly Archives: January 2017

Last ever Rolls-Royce Phantom VII to be made

alibhai/ January 31, 2017/ Web News/ 0 comments

The seventh-generation Phantom was the first model produced under BMW ownership, starting in 2003 The production line is being readied for next year’s Phantom VIII featuring a lightweight aluminium chassis Final VII model has a nautical theme with ocean-coloured paint and 1930s liners etched into the dashboard A standard extended wheelbase Phantom costs from £373,824 – this would have been

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Psychologists reveal five tips to beat bullies

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3.2 million young people globally have been bullied in the past year  Experts advise keeping a detailed diary and notes of all bullying incidents They have revealed 8 signs to look out for to see if your child is being bullied They say that it is important not to keep children home from school, and never to ignore the problem in

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New Zealand’s new leader sets September date for election

alibhai/ January 31, 2017/ Uncategorised/ 0 comments

By Associated Press WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — New Zealand’s recently appointed Prime Minister Bill English announced Wednesday that the country will hold a national election in September in what will be a test of his popularity following the surprise resignation of former leader John Key. English said his conservative National Party will campaign on its strong record with the

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Clean engine pioneer hit by electric car boom

alibhai/ January 30, 2017/ Web News/ 0 comments

By City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Emissions reduction specialist Torotrak has been hammered by the rise of electric cars, the company admitted yesterday. Torotrak shares slammed into reverse after it suspended development of its V-Charge technology that allows small engines to match larger engines in terms of power and performance.  Chief executive Adam Robson blamed ‘the clear

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Elon Musk reveals winners in Hyperloop pod contest

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Delft University took first prize with their carbon fibre design Pods for the competition are half-size prototypes of passenger pods Second contest over the summer will compete to get the highest speed    By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com Elon Musk’s dream for a high speed travel system that uses pneumatic tubes has taken a major step towards reality. Three teams of

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Acting AG fired after she wouldn’t defend ‘Muslim ban’

alibhai/ January 30, 2017/ Uncategorised/ 0 comments

Donald Trump has fired Democrat-appointed acting Attorney General Sally Yates White House accused her of ‘betraying’ Justice Department after she refused to support the president’s so-called ‘Muslim ban’ Yates had directed Justice Department attorneys not to defend the travel ban saying she was not convinced the order was lawful Dana Boente, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, is her

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It’s true! Your life really can flash before your eyes

alibhai/ January 29, 2017/ New Gadgets/ 0 comments

Researchers believe in phenomenon of your life flashing before your eyes Part of the brain that deals with autobiographical memories was affected  Described as a life-review experience and say that it has featured in countless works of literature and film – yet little is known about its basis By Daniel Bates For The Daily Mail Scientists believe the phenomenon of

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Emma, Denzel and Hidden Figures win at SAG Awards

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By Justin Enriquez For Dailymail.com Emma Stone continued her successful award season run. But many were shocked as her La La Land co-star Ryan Gosling was beat out by a veteran.   Denzel Washington took home the Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role gong in what many consider as an upset at the 23rd annual Screen

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US judge bars deportations under Trump travel ban

alibhai/ January 28, 2017/ Uncategorised/ 0 comments

By Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge issued an emergency order Saturday night temporarily barring the U.S. from deporting people from nations subject to President Donald Trump’s travel ban, saying travelers who had been detained had a strong argument that their legal rights had been violated. U.S. District Judge Ann Donnelly in New York issued the emergency order

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