Monday , 28 July 2014
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US alleges Russia violated missile treaty


On Monday, the US government accused Russia over violation of the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces treaty.   US also warned Russia of immediate action. In a statement United States security department’s spokesperson said “Russia has violated the treaty and must be scrutinized” However, the officials did not clarified that how Russia has violated the treaty. Sources claimed that NATO reported the ... Read More »

Dollar Tree Buys Family Dollar

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Stuggling Family Dollar changes hands. The Dollar Tree who is a competitor will buy the chain retail store for 8.5 billion dollars. Athough many saw the store being bought out The Dollar Tree did not come to mind by most as the purchaser. With this merger, the nation’s second and third largest discount stores will become a giant in their ... Read More »

Research Says Running Can Help You Live Longer


Running at least five minutes per day can add additional years to your life. This according to a new study. The study involved 50,000 people from Dallas. These people were followed for thier exercise habits. The participants were mainly men and the age group was in their 40′s. Some in the group were runners around 24%. Out of all the ... Read More »

LG G3 ready to shake the market


LG has done pretty well to compete with the giants like Samsung and Apple in the past with the model LG G2. However, the challenge will now be equally poised with LG is coming up with the 5.5 inch screen LG G3. It would be hard for LG to compete in the market especially the US market which is occupied ... Read More »

Trees save 850 people per year from pollution


Everybody knows that Tree inhales Carbon Di Oxide and exhales Oxygen. The Oxygen which is the solo reason for the existence of our life. However, trees are not only supplying oxygen but also cleaning the air every time by removing the toxic substances. New study has found out that  trees save almost 850 people all over the world every year ... Read More »

Lucy Vs Hercules at Box Office


Scarlett Johansson is on the high sky as her new movie “Lucy” is having a dream run at the box office. The movie which was facing the competition from the Hercules of Dwayne Johansson has completely outshined the later. The movie has collected $44 million over the weekend. Scarlett Johansson had much to prove and “Lucy” was the perfect platform ... Read More »

Zillow acquires Trulia for $3.5 billion


The Online Real Estate Agents would come under the same banner. Yes, The Real Estate Giant online Zillow has agreed to acquire Trulia for whopping amount of $3.5 Billion. Zillow announced the news on Monday. The acquisition and the complete transition will take roughly a year. The two giants of the industry would continue be operated under same name yet ... Read More »

Lightning kills one in Venice Beach, Calif


A 20 year old man has been killed by the fatal lightning in the Venice Beach of Calif. Apart from it seven others were injured in the incident and one of them critically injured. The incident took place when they were swimming on the coast of Venice Beach. The death from the lightning strike in US have reduced considerably in ... Read More »

Three in Hospital killed by Israel Drone in Gaza


The death toll of the Israel and Palestine conflict has mounted to 1055 with more than 6000 are injured. In a fresh attack by Israel more than three were killed in a hospital and seven more in a nearby park. The incident took place when drone attack of Israel hit the Shifa Hospital. Shortly after the incident another drone attacked ... Read More »

Samsung Delays Russia Launch of Tizen Smartphone

Samsung Electronics Co. announced Monday it is delaying the launch of its first Tizen-powered smartphone in Russia. Samsung earlier planned to start selling Samsung Z in Russia this quarter. But the South Korean company said it needed more time to further improve the Tizen “ecosystem,” a reference to an apparent shortage of apps for the platform. The company did not ... Read More »