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Day: March 23, 2016

UK housing Prices hit average of £292,000 in completely broken housing market
ENGLISH, United Nation

UK housing Prices hit average of £292,000 in completely broken housing market

    UK housing market House price growth accelerated in the UK during January 2016, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The average UK house price grew 7.9% over the year, to £292,000 as the ongoing supply shortage in some areas drives prices ever higher. House building in England is running at around half the level needed to meet demand. Broken down by country and region, the picture is varied. The ONS average house price grew by an annual rate of 8.6% in England (£305,000), 0.1% in Scotland (£195,000), and 0.8% in Northern Ireland (£153,000). It fell 0.3% in Wales (£195,000). Across the English regions, the South East recorded the fastest growth at 11.7% to an average of £374,000. London's average rose 10.8% to £551,000, the highest of all regions. The Nor...
The 14 best computer tricks everyone should know
ENGLISH, Technology

The 14 best computer tricks everyone should know

    If there's one thing Reddit users are good at, it's coming up with clever tricks — especially on computers. Recently a Redditor asked fellow users what computer tricks everyone should know. People submitted a wealth of tricks for Macs, PCs, web browsers, specific sites like YouTube, programs like Excel, and more. What they all had in common was that using them makes your computer life a whole lot easier and more fun. We looked through the tricks and found the best 14, which are a mixture of useful and mischievous. Get back that tab you accidentally closed. If you want to get back a tab you closed, just press "Control" (or "Command" on Mac), plus "Shift," plus "T," and it will magically reappear. Only screenshot the part of the screen you want. If you only need to screensho...
The injunction is back: entertainer blocks extramarital affair story
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

The injunction is back: entertainer blocks extramarital affair story

    An entertainer has prevented a tabloid newspaper from printing details of his extramarital affairs in a case that is expected to trigger a fresh round of legal battles between celebrities and newspapers over privacy injunctions. The well-known individual who is referred to in the judgment of the case by the initials PJS, and his wife, referred to as YMA, are both described as public figures. He is reported to have had a “three-way sexual encounter” with another couple more than four years ago. The couple approached the editor of the Sun on Sunday newspaper, Steve Kennedy, in January this year and told him about their relationship with PJS. The paper, which planned to publish the story, contacted the entertainer’s lawyers, initiating a courtroom dispute. But the court of ap...
Import of electricity from Tripura to Dhaka inaugurated
Bangladesh, ENGLISH

Import of electricity from Tripura to Dhaka inaugurated

    Bangladesh and India took a stride into bilateral relationship with the exchange of internet bandwidth and electricity in the warm ambiance of Holi today. In exchange for 10 GBPS internet bandwidth from Bangladesh, India will supply 100MW electricity. The event was launched through video conference of prime ministers of both countries. Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina joined the video conference from her Gono Bhaban residence while her counterpart Narendra Modi attended at the conference from his New Delhi office, our New Delhi correspondent reports. Indian High Commission in Dhaka tweeted the event live. Narendra Modi greeted Sheikh Hasina with the greetings of Holi festival and wished the best for the match between Bangladesh and India in the Twenty20 World Cup wh...
Brussels bomb suspect Najim Laachraoui still on the run
ENGLISH, Europe

Brussels bomb suspect Najim Laachraoui still on the run

    Brussels bomb suspect in CCTV shot Brussels bomb suspect Najim Laachraoui is still on the run after the blasts which killed at least 34 people and left around 200 injured, including four Britons. An arrest in connection with the terror attack has reportedly been made in the Anderlecht suburb of Brussels, but local media reports that Laachraoui had been detained were later withdrawn. The 24-year-old, who has been linked to the atrocities in Paris five months ago, is believed to have accompanied brothers Brahim and Khalid El Bakraoui to Zaventem Airport on Tuesday, where they blew themselves up, killing 14 people. An explosion an hour later on a train at Maelbeek Metro station killed a further 20 people and sent Brussels into lockdown. Multiple explosions jolted Brussels, Be...