Android co-founder takes leave amid reports of misbehaviour
Singhal's exit also came as a surprise as he left quickly after the investigation started, noted a report from India Today Tech. Rubin founded Danger, the company behind the T-Mobile Sidekick, and co-founded Android before it was bought out by Google.
European Union renews glyphosate herbicide license for 5 years, ending 'heated debate'
Glyphosate is the primary ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup herbicide which is the world's best selling weedkiller. A ban on the widely used chemical would have shaken Europe's agriculture sector.
Internet must be open: TRAI backs net neutrality
However, this is not the first time that TRAI has ruled in favour of upholding the ideals of a free and open internet. The regulator will come out with a consultation paper on over-the-top (OTT) players soon.
Harvey Weinstein Is Now Being Sued For Sex Trafficking
Weinstein has further confirmed that there were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances". Kadian says Weinstein pounced on her when she met him at a hotel during the Cannes Film Festival in February 2014.
All the best reaction as England draw Belgium, Panama and Tunisia
Only last week, the same website brought us the image below, showing what they confidently state will be England's next home shirt.
New College Football Playoff odds released
Saturday's conference championship games, at least three of which will match teams ranked in the CFP top 10, will be pivotal. Clemson (11-1) - I'm not an ACC homer and I also don't think SC was one of the top 25 teams in college football last week.
Russians propose tit-for-tat media ban on US
In response, Russian Federation introduced its own law allowing it to designate US and other foreign media as foreign agents . Russian officials called the new legislation a "symmetrical response" to what they describe as USA pressure on Russian media.
U.S. quits talks on global migration pact over sovereignty clash
More recently, America pulled out of the Paris-based culture and education body, UNESCO , accusing it of "anti-Israel bias". President Barack Obama's administration backed the resolution, known as the New York Declaration, which also asked U.N.
Republican tax plan clears hurdle in Senate; fight erupts over spending
Since the TCJA is going through the budget reconciliation process, the bill only needs a majority vote in the Senate to pass. Despite the Budget Committee moving the bill forward, the TCJA is not assured to pass on the broader Senate floor.
Pamela Anderson responds to backlash over Harvey Weinstein comments
Kelly then pointed out that numerous meetings were set up by agents, to which Anderson said that was "not a good excuse". In a follow up post she wrote: 'I do NOT wish apologise for what I said, and will not get coerced into apology.