NEW DELHI: The Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) of Indian Railways has released the exam city, date of the Railway Recruitment Board RRB Group D examination. The information was released on the official website of the RRB. The candidates who have registered for the examination can visit the official website of RRB - rrbald.gov.in - to check the details. The same details can also be found on all the region based websites. List list of regional website and their URL is given below. ALSO READ: RRB Group D 2018 mock test link releasing today at RRB websites Direct link for RRB Group D Exam Date: https://dc4-g22.digialm.com//EForms/configuredHtml/2022/57738/login.html These websites may be down due to too many users on the website. The candidates are advised to keep patience and try after a few minutes. The RRB Group D examination is scheduled to begin from September 17 and the admit card for the same will be released 4 days prior to the examination. So, for the candidates who have exam on … [Read more...] about RRB Group D 2018: Exam city, date, shift details released; admit card to be available from September 13
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Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director John Brennan told NBC News’ Chuck Todd on Sunday’s Meet the Press that he learned since retiring that Russians began hacking Hillary Clinton’s emails on the day Donald Trump joked about it in July 2016. The problem: that widely-cited claim is untrue — a piece of “fake news” evidence, drawn from one of the indictments by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, that has fueled unfounded theories that Trump colluded with the Russians during the presidential election.Last week, Brennan wrote an op-ed in the New York Times in which he confirmed Trump’s joke at a July 27, 2016 press conference about inviting the Russians to find the 33,000 emails missing from Clinton’s illicit private server had prompted him to start a large counter-intelligence investigation into the Trump campaign. In addition, Brennan suggested that he had learned from media reports, since leaving his post in 2017, … [Read more...] about John Brennan Cites Fake News Date for Russia ‘Collusion’
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by ByJim Tankersley Aug. 9, 2018 WASHINGTON — Hundreds of companies have asked the Trump administration for a special break from its sweeping aluminum tariffs. Few have succeeded. One that managed to get an exemption is a Russian firm currently subject to Treasury Department sanctions. How Rusal America — a branch of a Russian metals giant controlled by an oligarch with close ties to President Vladimir V. Putin — managed to win an exclusion highlights the chaotic and unwieldy process surrounding President Trump’s tariffs. While Rusal and its controlling stakeholder, Oleg V. Deripaska, are restricted by American sanctions, one of the company’s dozens of exemption requests was granted by the Commerce Department in July, apparently for the simple reason that no American … [Read more...] about How a Blacklisted Russian Firm Won (and Lost) a Break From Trump’s Tariffs
Kate Furby, The Washington Post Published 11:44 am PDT, Wednesday, August 8, 2018 Online dating is now one of the primary ways people meet partners, and researchers can use data from dating apps to observe and quantify romantic attraction and pursuit. In other words, all of those terrible online messages and first dates are being donated to science. A study out Wednesday in the journal Science Advances described "a hierarchy of desirability" in the messaging tactics of online daters. It also found that both men and women messaged potential partners who were on average 25 percent more attractive than they were. The study analyzed heterosexual dating markets on an unnamed "popular, free online dating service" in four major U.S. cities: Boston, Chicago, New York and Seattle. The number of users totaled in the hundreds of thousands. User data were anonymous and did not include personal details or message content. Scientists looked at age, ethnicity and education of the … [Read more...] about Online dating study quantifies what’s ‘out of your league’
Jun 01, 3:26 PM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Technology By Corazon Victorino 06/01/18 AT 12:40 PM Facebook users, prepare to say goodbye to the social network’s Trending feature. Mark Zuckerberg’s company has announced that it is removing the feature as soon as next week. Facebook’s Head of News Products Alex Hardiman announced Friday that they are removing Trending soon. She did not give a specific date, but she explained the reason behind the move. “We’re removing Trending soon to make way for future news experiences on Facebook,” Hardiman said in a blog post. “We introduced Trending in 2014 as a way to help people discover news topics that were popular across the Facebook community. However, it was only available in five countries and accounted or less than 1.5 [percent] of clicks to news publishers on average.”Hardiman admitted that Trending is a feature … [Read more...] about Why Is Facebook Removing Trending Feature From Its Platform?