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Woman stabbed 30 times to death on busy Delhi road. On a road in India's Delhi on Tuesday morning, a man stopped his bike, attacked a young woman and kept stabbing her till she stopped moving.
The indifference that has shamed Delhi several times is on display in CCTV footage, which reveals that at least a dozen people did nothing to help 21-year-old Karuna. The alleged killer, Surender Singh, has been arrested. Karuna, a teacher, was stabbed some 30 times on a busy road in Burari in north Delhi. Her family had complained to the police about five months ago that she was being harassed and stalked by Singh, a 34-year-old neighbor in the middle of a divorce. SWIFT plans fresh measure to spot financial scam. The SWIFT inter-bank messaging network plans to send daily reports to clients to help them more quickly identify unauthorised payment instructions like those used by hackers to steal $81 million from Bangladesh’s central bank in February, reports Reuters.
Trillions of dollars worth of inter-bank payments are made each day using SWIFT messages but the Bangladesh theft and others which have came to light this year have knocked confidence in the supposedly super-secure system. SWIFT said in a statement on Tuesday that from December it would begin sending 'Daily Validation Reports' to clients. These would list the messages sent from the client's SWIFT terminal, thus allowing a bank to spot any payment instructions that it had not intended to send. Trump bemoans medical care for bombing suspect. Donald Trump has lamented that New York bombing suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami would receive medical treatment and legal representation after his arrest.
The Afghan-born, 28-year-old was charged with five counts of attempted murder after a police shootout. The Republican nominee on Monday said it was a "sad situation" and underscores the country's weak national security. Meanwhile, Democratic rival Hillary Clinton said Trump's rhetoric only helped terrorist groups. "The kinds of rhetoric and language that Trump has used is giving aid and comfort to our adversaries," Clinton told reporters at a news conference outside New York City. She added that she was the only candidate equipped with the experience of being "part of the hard decisions to take terrorists off the battlefield".
New York bombing suspect held after police shootout. New York bombings suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami is in custody after apparently being injured in a shootout with police in Linden, New Jersey.
Footage showed him apparently conscious on a stretcher. Two police officers were injured in the exchange. Linden is four miles (6.4km) south-west of the city of Elizabeth, where further devices were found late on Sunday. The 28-year-old Afghan-born US citizen had been named by the FBI as a suspect in Saturday's bombing in Manhattan. ICC can’t run world without India, says BCCI president Anurag Thakur. The media session with the BCCI president Anurag Thakur and CEO Rahul Johri was unusually lengthy, lasting nearly 40 minutes including a neat power-point presentation of the new bidding process by Johri.
Theoretically, the interaction intended to brief the new bidding procedure for the IPL broadcast and digital rights, but in essence, it turned out to be another dais for Thakur to defend and justify the recent spate of outbursts at the ICC, and specifically its chairman Shashank Manohar. Going by the recent tirades between them, it was hardly unanticipated that Manohar’s name would pop up some time in the briefing. For the record, not once did Thakur address Manohar by his name, but the latter’s shadow lurked around uneasily in the room and several of his answers and observations were clearly directed at him.
For the first time in the session, he broke into peels of laughter when someone asked him whether he wanted to helm the ICC. 'Game of Thrones' win Emmys again. Fantasy drama series "Game of Thrones" and comedy "Veep" won the top Emmys for a second straight year on Sunday, fending off challenges from newcomers.
On a night when politics played large in the midst of an extraordinary 2016 US election campaign, "Veep" star Julia Louis-Dreyfus also won her fifth straight Emmy for her role in the satirical White House comedy. Egyptian-American Rami Malek took home his first Emmy for best drama actor for playing a socially inept computer hacker in "Mr. Robot", while Canadian Tatiana Maslany was a surprise winner for playing a woman with multiple cloned personalities in "Orphan Black". "Game of Thrones", which went into Sunday's show with a leading 23 nominations, won a total of 12 Emmys, including for directing and writing. Bangladeshi-origin girl wins global video award.
A Bangladeshi-origin girl won a global video competition beating nearly 400 participants from over 60 countries.
Tanzina Nowshin won the Grand Prize of the Education Youth Video Challenge, organised by the US-based International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity known as the Education Commission with another Canadian girl Ruth Arunachalam. Tanzina and Ruth are scheduled to receive the award on Sunday at the United Nations (UN) at a programme to be organised on the sideline of the 71st session of the UN General Assembly when official announcement will be made in presence of the world leaders and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
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Constant colds. Recurrent flus. No headphone jack in iPhone 7. The iPhone 7 will not have a traditional headphone socket.
Apple said its lightning connector could be used instead, which would make room for other components. It will also promote the use of wireless earphones, and has released a set of its own called Airpods. The firm said it had taken "courage" to take the step. However, it risks annoying users who will now require an adapter for existing headphones. The US company unveiled its latest handsets at an event in San Francisco following a year in which its phone sales and market share shrank.
এবার চীনে আঘাত হেনেছে সুপার টাইফুন মিরান্তি Walsh surprised at England's withdrawals. Dhaka, 16 Sep, Abnews: Bangladesh bowling coach Courtney Walsh is surprised that England One-Day captain Eoin Morgan and batsman Alex Hales have pulled out of their forthcoming tour.
Morgan and Hales decided not to be a part of the tour party due to security concerns. The England and Wales Cricket Board said wicketkeeper Jos Buttler will lead the ODI side in Morgan’s absence. “Well, a little bit surprised… But in terms of cricket, as long as the tour is going ahead, you want to have everyone involved and the best people on the tour,” Walsh said. The Caribbean legend, however, is confident that Bangladesh can provide the tourists with proper security arrangements. iPhone 7 launches in bid to revive Apple's fortunes. Apple's iPhone 7 launch generated trademark queues and brisk sales in stores around the world yesterday, but excitement mixed with frustration due to supply shortages that left many fans empty-handed. Buyers queued up outside stores in Australia early on Friday to become some of the first consumers worldwide to get their hands on the device which comes with an improved camera, no headphone jack, and a water resistant body.
The picture was repeated elsewhere in Asia and then in Europe, where stock quickly sold out -- either a deliberate sales tactic or because of supply problems, analysts said. "I really wanted the new camera and new software," said 49-year-old Paul du Buf, who was at the head of a queue of dozens of people under pouring rain at the Apple store in Covent Garden in central London. There has been much chatter among Apple fans since the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus were unveiled about the groundbreaking decision to eliminate headphone jacks and embrace a wireless future. I'm alright but upset at copter crash news, says Shakib. Hritik's Facebook has been hacked. Bangladesh protests Turkish reaction over Mir Quasem’s execution. Bangladesh on Monday protested against Turkish reaction over the judicial execution of Mir Quasem Ali for committing crimes against humanity in 1971.
“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bangladesh has issued a note verbale to the Turkish Embassy in Dhaka on Monday conveying Bangladesh’s dismay . . . and stated that such reactions tantamount to interference in matters pertaining to a sovereign State,” a foreign office statement said here today. The statement said the protest note pointed out that such reaction did not help foster bilateral relations that existed between the two brotherly countries. “Given the genesis of the establishing of the International Crimes Tribunals (ICT-BD) it was expressed that through these trials against the perpetrators of war crime and crime against humanity committed in 1971, the long cherished aspiration of the nation will be fulfilled, justice ensured, rule of law upheld and opportunities for true reconciliation will be created,” it read. bbarta/SN. Applications for around 1,000 LPG re-fuelling stations. Businesspeople are lining up en masse to avail government licences to install LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) stations and conversion workshops to establish a strong foothold on the newfound fuel market.
Applications for around 1,000 LPG re-fuelling stations, also named auto-gas stations, across the country have already reached the Energy and Mineral Resources Division under the Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources (MPEMR), a senior EMRD official told the FE. He said many business enterprises are also enquiring about the process of getting licences. Financial Online Newspaper. 36 killed in Kabul road mishap. FBI releases Clinton email probe files. The FBI poured fresh fuel on the fire sparked by Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server as secretary of state, releasing heavily redacted notes on its probe, which White House rival Donald Trump seized on to attack her fitness for office. The 58 pages -- 14 of which were entirely blacked out -- showed that the FBI found no evidence her email system was compromised but decided it could not be ruled out because some of her mobile devices were not recovered. "The FBI did find that hostile foreign actors successfully gained access to the personal email accounts of individuals with whom Clinton was in regular contact and, in doing so, obtained emails sent to or received by Clinton on her personal account," the notes said.
Clinton's use of a private server has been the subject of simmering controversy as she runs for president against Trump, the Republican candidate. Clinton's campaign said it was "pleased" with the report's release. 18 dead in separate Pakistan terror attacks. At least 18 people were killed and 52 wounded when two bomb blasts were detonated outside a district court in northwestern Pakistan on Friday, a rescue official said.
"So far we recovered 18 bodies of the lawyers, police personnel and civilians. Besides this, we rescued 52 injured, including lawyers, police personnel and civilians from the spot," Haris Habib, chief rescue officer in the city of Mardan in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, where the blasts took place, said. Militants attack Christian colony.