Washington D.C. (United States), Nov. 11 : White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest asserted that President Obama is filled with renewed confidence in the commitment of the President-elect Donald Trump to engage in an effective, smooth transition after meeting him at the White House.
"We are committed to doing what is required on our part to make sure that that happens. And the President was pleased to hear a similar commitment expressed by the President-elect," said Earnest while responding to a question.
The authorities in Mumbai are still struggling to cope with the heavy crowd at the newly opened Metro service in the mega city.
It has been a week since the metro began running on the first east-west route in the city but the officials are still struggling to cope with the large number of people. Ghatkopar Metro station saw larger number of children and their parents lining for a joy rise on the swanky new travel option in the city. The metro ride is free for the children under the age of 12 years.
New Delhi, Apr 18 : Former media advisor to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Sanjay Baru, has said that Dr. Singh redefined India's foreign policy and took important initiatives to ensure that the country improved its bilateral relations with other nations.
Baru, it maybe recalled, stirred a controversy through his controversial book, "The Accidental Prime Minister", in which he claimed that Dr. Singh's authority was repeatedly undermined by Congress President Sonia Gandhi.
Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) has raised doubt over the financial position of its Rustenburg operations.
The company said on Monday that the unit is not in a good financial position and the management might have to restructure its operations. The company indicaed that it will have to make changes in order to achieve long tern sustainability.
Keppel REIT has said that its total revenue has fallen 1 per cent during the first quarter of the year to S$46.8 million due to a smaller contribution from its operations in Australia.
On the other hand, NPI recorded a growth of 6 per cent to S$39.5 million on a quarter to quarter basis. The earnings improved mainly due to a stronger contribution from Ocean Financial Centre (OFC). The company's distributable income remained the same on a quarter to quarter level. The NPI was smaller due to lower rental support and higher amortization expense.
Nufarm, which is a leading agricultural chemicals manufacturer, has said that it is planning to close down its plant in New Zealand.
The company has also said that it is planning to shift its regional production to Victoria. The company believes that consolidating its production will generate annual cost savings of $3 million. The move will result in a loss of 59 jobs at the Otahuhu factory, in Auckland, according to the company.
Shaw Communications has said that it is planning to cut a total of about 400 employees, which is about three percent of its workforce.
The company is looking to lay off workers in order to revive its business and saving costs. The company, which is based in Calgary, said on monday it is aiming to rearrange the structure of its cable, satellite, Internet and home phone services in order to make them more efficient.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said tha the second airport for Sydney will be devloped at Badgerys Creek.
The plans to develop the new airport will result in tens of millions of dollars of infrastructure investment for the city's west areas. Badgerys Creek, which is about 50 kilometres west of Sydney's Central Business District, has been selected as the site for the development of the new airport by the country's cabinet on Tuesday.
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has teamed up micro-blogging service Twitter to launch an app called iElect, which will provide live insights and data about the ongoing general elections.
TCS said the iElect app does real-time analysis of millions of tweets in the cloud and allow users to know what people are thinking about ongoing Lok Sabha polls. Pradipta Bagchi, vice president and head of corporate communication at TCS, said the users of the app would have access to insights and trends on a real time basis.
Raghuram Rajan, the governor of India's central bank has said that the he has not differences with the BJP leadership.
A recent report says that almost all Americans support organ donation but less than half actually go up there and sign up for the same.
An American Psychological Association (APA) news release reported that scientists doing the study found that the reason for such less people registering for organ donation could be because supporting something may not mean that they will be a part of the same.
Recently is very affluent doctor based in Florida has been raided by the FBI. He had just recently allowed a U. S. senator to fly in his privately owned jet plane too. He is now being scrutinised for accepting money from the Medicare program, which is a taxpayer-funded health scheme, more than any other practicing doctor around.
The Playboy model, Jenny MsCarthy is now trying hard to undo the ill-informed statements she made about her anti-vaccine viewpoint made earlier, however she does not seem to be getting any success at doing the same.
The host of the show “The View” is now stating that she didn’t say that she was anti-vaccine explaining that she is not changing her opinions now and it is not a new thought that has just struck her.
If you are the kind of family who enjoy eating restaurant food more often than usual then you may be at a higher risk of getting food poisoning.
As per the findings of a new study people who eat out regularly have a higher chance of getting food poisoning as compared to those who eat at home.
The study was based on observing about 10,408 food poisoning cases recorded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The research was done by the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI).
The latest allegation faced by the music industry is that it is not only showing gender inequality but also converting young teens into alcoholics.
These findings are based on a study done by the University of Pittsburgh and Norris Cotton Cancer Center. The results of the study show that teens drinking heavily is due to liking, owing and then precisely pointing out songs which name alcoholic drinks by their brands.
Japanese Agricultural Ministry confirmed this Sunday that there have been two cases of chickens testing positive for avian influenza at a farm in Japan.
There have been over 1,000 chicken deaths due to the same in this farm and this is the first recorded case of bird flu since the year 2011.
The ministry also added that this H5 virus which is highly pathogenic tested positive when chicken from a farm based Kumamoto prefecture in the south were genetically tested.
Another report by the media confirms that till now over 1,100 chickens have become deceased and another 112,000 will be culled.
A record high number of scarlet fever cases since 1982 has led to parents of little kids get very worried about the fever affecting their wards. Parents of children who fall into the age group of the most affected ones are trying hard to protect their kids from getting affected by the Victorian illness.
Scarlet fever is a condition which is brought about by a bacterium therefore the best way is to protect your vulnerable kids and be very careful about their basic hygiene and making sure that they wash hands as and when they get home and before eating.
If you happen to be one of those who fake it in bed then drop it because it is easy for your partner to tell when you are not satisfied sexually. A recent study says that there is no point in faking it as it is evident to the partner when he or she is not able to satisfy you.
Most health experts have promoted and advised consuming fresh juices to detoxify the body and stay healthy for a longer period of time. The reason to this is that all crucial vitamins and key supplements in fresh vegetables and fruits remain in place in most juices. However one recent report screened on CNN has addressed the effectiveness of juicing and its profits in detoxifying the body.
As per the results of a new study the more milk that the women had the lesser the disintegration they encountered in their knees which there was arthritis. Specialists said that it's not sure that milk was the preventing factor behind the slower joint inflammation movement and the impact was not seen in men.
The study was led by Bing Lu, of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, distributed in Arthritis Care and Research. Lu added that they accordingly conjectured that drain utilization may counteract osteoarthritis movement.
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