Reema Bajaj: Lawyer Charged with Prostitution Sues Defense Attorney for Distributing her Naked Photos
Reema Bajaj, a 27-year-old Indian origin lawyer in Illinois, US, who pleaded guilty to prostitution last year, has filed a lawsuit against her three lawyers including her former defense lawyer for distributing pictures of her naked self.
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Galaxy S2 GT-I9100 Gets Official Android 4.1.2 UHMS8 Jelly Bean Update [How to Manually Install]
Step-by-step guide to install official Android 4.1.2 UHMS8 Jelly Bean firmware on Galaxy S2 GT-I9100.
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Woolwich 'Beheading' Attack: Cameron to Hold Crisis Talks
Cameron to hold emergency talks with top politicians and security officials after a British solider was allegedly hacked to death in south London.
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Samsung Galaxy S4 Breaks Galaxy Series Record, Hits 10 Million Mark in 1 Month
Samsung Galaxy S4 has set a new benchmark for the company, breaking the records of its predecessors - Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2 and Galaxy S - in terms of sales. The Korean electronic giant announced on Thursday that it has sold 10 million units of the smartphone in less than a month.
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Woolwich Attack 'Beheading': Twitterverse Calls for Peace and Calm after Brutal Murder
Twitter users reacted to the situation, asking for peace and harmony.
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Nexus 7 2 Likely Release Date is July 2013: Three Key Specs and Features to Expect from the iPad Mini Killer
Contrary to speculations, the second-gen Nexus 7 skipped out the I/O 2013 event held last week by Google, leaving everyone guessing when exactly the Android tablet is breaking out.
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No More Breaking a Sweat: High-Tech Fabric that Mimics Skin Eliminates Perspiration
Bioengineers at University of California, Davis (UCD) have come up with an interesting fabric, one that mimics skin and transforms sweat into droplets that drain away.
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China Lifts Ban on New Zealnd Lamb Mutton, Beef Meat
China has finally lifted the ban it imposed on New Zealand's lamb mutton and beef meat products.
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London Attack: British Soldier Beheaded in Broad Daylight; Assailants Pose for Photos After Killing
In a suspected terror attack, onlookers witnessed two persons butchering a man believed to be a British soldier, in Woolwich, London in broad daylight on Wednesday.
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Ford to Wind Up Australian Production in Three Years, Cutting 1,200 Jobs
Ford cites market fragmentation and high manufacturing costs for move.
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Ford to Close Plants, 1200 Australians to Lose Their Jobs
Hundreds of Ford workers in Australia were in shock as the company announced its plan to shut down operations by October 2016. As the news broke out, hundreds of workers were devastated. It did not matter whether they worked there since three decades back Â people will lose their jobs in three years time.
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Motorola X-Phone Set for U.S. Release Soon: Will Australian, UK Markets Come Next After the American Debut?
Google may have opted out of the X-Phone project but life goes on for the upcoming Motorola flagship, its 2013 release date likely to happen in the immediate months ahead, a new report said.
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Pfizer takes its shot at a vaccine for evasive superbug
Kathrin Jansen is a microbiologist with at least two breakthrough vaccines to her name: she brought the cervical cancer vaccine Gardasil to market for Merck and helped develop the $4 billion a year pneumonia and meningitis vaccine Prevnar 13 for Pfizer.
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Cleveland Kidnap Victim Amanda Berry's Dying Father Shares His Pain for His daughter
John Berry shares his pain about what her daughter has went through with Ariel Castro.
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Passive Smoking Leads to Aggressive Behaviour in Children
A new study by researchers at the University of Montreal revealed that children who are exposed to second-hand smoke from early childhood tend to be physically aggressive and anti-social once they grow up. This finding according to the researchers is regardless of whether they were exposed during pregnancy or their parent's have a history of being antisocial.
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China's Contracting Factory Activity and Fed Comments Drag Down Asian Markets
Markets hit by China's manufacturing data and reports of Fed favouring slowing down bond purchase.
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NewSat Expansion Set in Adelaide: Plans to Build the World's Largest Satellite Underway
Australia's most advanced satellite company plans to expand in Adelaide to beef up space program.
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Ford Formalizes Closure of Australian Plants: Telltale Signs Strong in 2012
The telltale signs have already been there as early as 2012. It was just a matter of when will Ford Australia finally collect its guts to formally announce the closure of its manufacturing plants in Australia. That time came on Thursday as Ford Australia finally confirmed it is closing down and letting go 1200 jobs in the process.
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iPhone 6, iPhone 5S Will Have Flexible Screens Made of Corning Gorilla Glass on Release Date?
Tough as the robust gorilla but flexible enough to suit any screen size and designs, that is the next screen material geared for the upcoming iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S, courtesy of device screen maker Corning.
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China Heads to Further Slowdown as Manufacturing Activity Contracts in May
Preliminary HSBC China Manufacturing PMI showed a reading of 49.6 in May, indicating a contraction in activity.
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