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Biology jobs

Why study Biology in the United Kingdom? Firstly, few places have influenced human thought more in terms of science and technology than this small collection of islands.

In the United Kingdom, the student biologist can retrace the steps of Darwin, White of Selborne, Robert Hooke and a host of others, who did so much to establish the fundamentals of the subject. You have heard of the tri-carboxylic acid, or Kreb's cycle; so to seek out its origins, go to Sheffield. You have heard of the first chlorination of water; this single, deceptively-simple measure occurred following regular cholera epidemics in London - one step that saved more lives than all the antibiotics which were also first to be found here. Matchless collections, assembled by pioneer British biologists, from all parts of the world, are here to study. Names like Banks, Wallace and Hooker are to be seen on countless herbarium pages, or on the jars of preserved type-specimens on the shelves of UK museums. Where do you th…

Teaching jobs

There are many benefits to studying abroad - you will acquire cross-cultural experience, gain new perspectives on your chosen field of study, and make many new friends. But studying in the United States offers additional opportunities and challenges for aspiring teachers, as the field of education is changing dramatically. Never before has so much attention been paid to the quality of teacher education and to our nation's schools. This new emphasis on teaching and learning makes it an exciting time to be working and studying in the field.

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One reason why teacher training has become a top priority in the US is the nation's growing need for teachers. Forecasters project that we will need to hire two million new teachers over the next decade. Students who receive a teaching degree in the US will find many employment opportunities, particularly in fields like mathematics, special education, science, and ESL. Futu…

Chicago IT Jobs

Chicago is very famous in providing different career opportunities. Business and Accounting Careers and Software jobs in Chicago can be easily approached with that of technology Jobs and career. The fields of business and accounting have already made a marketplace full of opportunities. Are you really seeking for principal career opportunity in US? Are you confused about career and Jobs in New York? Are you looking for Financial Technology Jobs in Chicago? Are you looking for good package and job approvals? You are free to get all these answers here in NY, one of the chief and leader places. Here jobs according to your need are easily accessible.

Definitely you go for classifieds advertisements in different newspaper to search vacancies. However, many of career opportunities and Technology Jobs are not given there. So here is need to go for other resource to obtain an additional clear and summarizing vision of the occupation scene, some of the resources have these different opportuniti…

Rob Kardashian weight loss

Rob Kardashian weight loss, The reality star not only debuted his Arthur George by Rob Kardashian sock line at Neiman Marcus in Las Vegas on May 25, but he showed off his impressive weight loss. The 26-year-old is sporting a slimmer body after recently revealing he was trying to drop the pounds he gained during his relationship with Rita Ora.
"I still have to lose like 40 to 50 pounds believe it or not," Kardashian told Us Weekly at the event. "Six months, I should be there."


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Fan slaps Beyonce

Fan slaps Beyonce, Beyonce was too damn bootylicious for one fan in Denmark ... who reached up onto the stage and slapped the singer right on her ass during her concert last night.

Mrs. Carter was performing "Irreplaceable" at the Forum in Copenhagen ... when a dude with front row seats lunged on to the stage and delivered a full 5-fingered smack to Beyonce's left butt cheek.


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O.C. crash kills 5 teens

O.C. crash kills 5 teens, Authorities say five people killed in a fiery Southern California crash that split a car in half were teenagers from the Irvine area.
Sheriff's officials tell the Orange County Register (http://bit.ly/117ODqN) the names of the teens killed in the Newport Beach wreck were expected to be released Tuesday.
Newport Beach police spokeswoman Kathy Lowe says the Infiniti sedan they were in veered off a road Monday evening and hit a tree. The vehicle split in half and caught fire.
Lowe says four people were ejected from the car and died immediately. A fifth was partially ejected and was later declared dead at a hospital.
The cause of the crash wasn't immediately clear.
No other vehicles were involved.



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Man shoots daughters

Man shoots daughters, A California man shot his two adult daughters on Monday, killing one and critically injuring the other before apparently committing suicide while his three young grandchildren were in the home, authorities said.
An 8-year-old girl called to report gunfire before dawn, and deputies arrived to find 63-year-old Anthony Alvarez dead from what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound, the Tulare County Sheriff's Department said in a statement.

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Papa John's racist voicemail

Papa John's racist voicemail, Two Florida Papa John's employees were fired after accidentally leaving a racist voicemail on the machine of a customer who allegedly tipped him poorly.
On May 19, a black Papa John's customer from Sanford, Fla., received a message on his iPhone, allegedly from the man who had just delivered his pizza, The Daily Dot reports. Apparently, the Papa John's employee didn't realize he had "butt-dialed" the customer and proceeded to leave an N-word ridden, racist voicemail complaining about the tip.

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TV Correspondent Killed

TV Correspondent Killed, Lebanon's official news agency says gunmen have fired on a government checkpoint near the Syrian border, killing three Lebanese soldiers.
The state-run National News Agency says gunmen attacked the roadblock near the town of Arsal on Tuesday morning.

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Cartoon Network lawsuit

Cartoon Network lawsuit, A North Dakota advertising agency is suing the creators of a Cartoon Network show, alleging that they copied a state marketing campaign.
H2M, a Fargo-based advertising and marketing agency, filed the lawsuit against Dane Boedigheimer and Spencer Grove in U.S. District Court in North Dakota on Monday. Boedigheimer and Grove are the creators of the animated series "Annoying Orange."


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Bad Teacher to CBS

Bad Teacher to CBS, "Bad Teacher" is coming to TV. On Wednesday, CBS announced it had ordered the single-camera comedy, based on the Cameron Diaz-starring film, for the 2013-2014 television season.

Ari Graynor stars in the series as "an always inappropriate, fearless and unapologetic former trophy wife who masquerades as a teacher in order to find a new man after her wealthy husband leaves her penniless," per CBS.


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Ghetto tours stopped

Ghetto tours stopped, A company that promised sightseer tours to the Bronx that included a New York City "ghetto" has stopped the bus rides under protest from an outraged neighbourhood.
Real Bronx Tours, which took mostly European tourists from Manhattan to see life in the South Bronx "from a safe distance," issued a statement this week saying it would immediately cease all tours there. Three times a week, the $45 ride took visitors past food-pantry lines, a housing project and a park a guide described as a pickpocket hangout.
Tourists were told they'd get a look at the Bronx that reflects one of the darkest chapters of the city's history, the 1970s and '80s, when the tour website said "this borough was notorious for drugs, gangs, crime and murders."

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Dead for 40 minutes

Dead for 40 minutes, An Australian man who was clinically dead for 40 minutes has been brought back to life by a brand new resuscitation technique.
Colin Fiedler, 39 from Victoria, was one of three cardiac arrest patients brought back to life after being dead for between 40 and 60 minutes at The Alfred hospital in Melbourne, using two new techniques in the emergency department.
The Alfred is testing a mechanical CPR machine, which performs constant chest compressions, and a portable heart-lung machine -- normally used in theatre -- to keep oxygen and blood flowing to the patient's brain and vital organs.
Fiedler had a heart attack and was clinically dead for 40 minutes before being revived last June.
"I'm so grateful, more than I could ever say," he told the Herald Sun.
So far, seven cardiac arrest patients have been treated with the AutoPulse machine and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation.
It allows doctors to diagnose the cause of the cardiac arrest and tre…

Jeff Gordon $30M apartment

Jeff Gordon $30M apartment, Here’s one New York City apartment that’s definitely not the pits.
In fact, listed for sale at $30 million, one thing that’s abundantly clear about this grandly located and luxuriously appointed apartment: Owner Jeff Gordon has done more than fine during his years of NASCAR racing and hanging in the famous pits. With more than $129 million in career earnings, Gordon is NASCAR’s all-time earnings leader. And this apartment puts the lead in high-octane living.
The race car driver who just competed in the 700th race of his career bought the 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom residence at the exclusive House section of 15 Central Park West back in 2007, just after marrying his second wife. The couple then turned Apartment 7C — what was essentially a shell — into a palace thanks to what the listing agent called “a painstaking, no-expense-spared renovation (that) has ensured that every detail of this 3,454-square-foot home exudes modern elegance and comfort.”
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$500 Million Penalty

$500 Million Penalty,  A subsidiary of India's largest pharmaceutical company has agreed to pay a record $500 million in  penalties and fines for selling adulterated drugs and lying to federal regulators in a case that is part of an ongoing crackdown on the quality of generic drugs flowing into the U.S.
Federal prosecutors say the guilty plea by Ranbaxy USA Inc. represents the largest financial penalty against a generic drug company for violations of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, which prohibits the sale of impure drugs.
The deal, announced Monday, concludes a years-long federal investigation into Ranbaxy's manufacturing deficiencies. The Food and Drug Administration in 2008 barred from Ranbaxy from importing more than 30 different drugs made at factories in India and, two years ago, struck a deal that required the company to ensure that data on its products is accurate, undergo extra oversight and review from a third-party and improve its drug making pr…

N.J. ocean roller coaster

N.J. ocean roller coaster,  This time next week, perhaps the most famous symbol of Superstorm Sandy's devastation at the Jersey shore will be gone.
Demolition work is to start Tuesday on the remnants of the Jet Star, the roller coaster that plunged off an amusement pier in Seaside Heights during the Oct. 29 storm.
It should take about four days to remove the ride, said Maria Mastoris, a spokeswoman for Casino Pier.
"We are thrilled about this," she said. "We've been waiting for this for a long time. It shows we're making progress and that we'll be open and ready for the summer."
Images of the coaster in the water have appeared hundreds of times in the media and been used to help sell memorabilia to raise money for storm victims. The coaster is featured on a popular car magnet sold by one of the many charities raising money.
It also continues to draw large crowds to the Seaside Heights boardwalk, which remains under reconstruction.
Casino Pie…

Railway Jobs

The Indian Railways provide jobs to many in India. The Indian Railway recruits a lot of people every year. A career with the railways is both secure and pleasing simultaneously as this sector is not affected by recession. It is a very large concern with much scope for recruitment. People with different levels of educational qualifications can find jobs in various ranks in this department. The Indian Railways are divided into various ranks, which are again sub-divided. Each division has its technical and non-technical departments with different functions. The technical departments include civil, technical and mechanical engineering, signaling and telecom services. To manage the non-technical departments, the railways recruit in the fields of general services such as accounts, personnel management, Railway protection Force (RPF) or security and traffic services, among others

Railway officers of the highest rank belong to Group A whereas officers of the lowest rank belong to Group D.
Group…

Jack Butler dies

Jack Butler dies, Jack Butler, who helped revolutionize the way cornerbacks played in the NFL during his Hall of Fame career with the Pittsburgh Steelers, died Saturday after a lengthy battle with a staph infection. He was 85.
Butler's son John said his father's heart stopped suddenly Saturday morning. The elder Butler had spent the last several months in the hospital dealing with a staph infection that plagued him since his career ended in 1959.
''It had been a long road,'' John Butler said. ''It wasn't completely out of the blue.''
Unlike Butler's professional career.
The Pittsburgh native played wide receiver at St. Bonaventure and was planning on returning to school to get his master's degree when he received a phone call from Steelers business manager Fran Fogarty in the summer of 1951. To be honest, Butler assumed Fogarty had the wrong number.
''I didn't know anything about professional football,'' B…

ABC shows canceled

ABC shows canceled, In the dead of night, while you were sleeping or paying attention to other less trivial things, ABC and NBC announced the cancellation of Happy Endings and Smash, respectively. Feel free to use this space as a memorial for both shows. 
You know it's a weird upfront season when Community fans are the ones left with nothing to complain about in the end. Fans of Happy Endings and Smash will be disappointed to know their shows didn't get picked up for another year by their respective networks. Both had vocal but small fan bases for two very different reasons. Happy Endings was another ensemble sitcom that had smart writing but struggled to find a large audience. (It was a lot like Community in that way.) On the other hand, people loved Smash because it was a hot mess of television. So if you know any Smash or Happy Endings fans, give them a little love today. Hug them extra tightly. Buy them a milkshake, or something with a little more punch to it, to hel…

$45M ATM heist, Eight defendants have been charged in the largest bank heist

$45M ATM heist, Eight defendants have been charged in the largest bank heist of its kind, a $45 million worldwide theft that took just hours using fabricated ATM cards.
Federal prosecutors said the cyber-theft was as intricate as a movie plot.
"This scheme was organized for months and planned down to the minute, reminiscent of the casino heist in 'Ocean's Eleven,'" said Loretta Lynch, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York.
The scheme, which started overseas, was detailed in an indictment unsealed today. Unknown hackers stole data from banks that was then encoded onto plastic cards sent to crews in two dozen countries, according to the Justice Department. The local operatives went from ATM to ATM, withdrawing millions.
Lynch said she saw photos of one defendant in New York.
"Surveillance photos show his backpack getting heavier and heavier as his efforts go on," she said.
According to court records, the hackers targeted a credit…

Vanilla Ice Goes Amish

Vanilla Ice Goes Amish,  The DIY television network is proving a comfortable home for rappers turned renovators.

"Vanilla Ice Goes Amish" will debut on the network this year. Network executive Burton Jablin says the former rap star will live with an Amish community in Ohio to learn how they do construction. Vanilla Ice already has a renovation series on the network that will return for its fourth season this fall.

Reverend Run of Run DMC will have a series next year starring with his wife and three children as they renovate their home.

Keeping with the music theme, DIY will also feature Daryl Hall next year as he renovates a farmhouse in Connecticut.





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Star Wars actor dies, Richard LeParmentier has died at aged 66

Star Wars actor dies, Richard LeParmentier has died at aged 66. the circumstances surrounding LeParmentier's death are currently unclear TMZ Reported.

Richard LeParmentier had played in more than 50 movies and TV shows and was best remembered for his role as the arrogant Admiral Motti, commander of Vader's planet destroying Death Star in 1977 film Star Wars: A New Hope.

In the infamous scene, Motti mocks Vader's 'sorcerer's ways' and 'sad devotion to that ancient Jedi religion.'

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Ohio church shooting,

Ohio church shooting, Three outbursts of violence in or near churches, including one during worship services, are raising safety concerns for church leaders.

Eddie Contreras, youth pastor at Walnut Park Casa De Mi Gloria Church in Garland, Texas, was speaking to a group of students Friday evening (Sept. 24) when Jose Pablo, a student struggling with family problems, walked into the service.


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U.S.deploys jets to S. Korea

U.S.deploys  jets to S. Korea, The United States deployed stealth fighter jets to South Korea on Sunday as part of ongoing joint militaryexercises between the two countries, a senior U.S. defense official said.

The F-22 Raptors were sent to the main U.S. Air Force Base in South Korea amid spiking tensions on the Korean peninsula. The U.S. military command in South Korea said they were deployed to support air drills as part of the annual Foal Eagle training exercises, which are carried out in accordance with the armistice that put an end to armed hostilities in 1953. North Korea has been ramping up its rhetoric and military show of force in response to the annual joint military exercises, declaring the armistice invalid on March 11, 10 days after Foal Eagle began. It is something Pyongyang has done before during heightened tensions. Readmore @ Radiopatriot  U.S.deploys  jets to S. Korea

Non Profit Jobs

I, and most other employers/placement businesses, have a lot of work openings at the very same time, and if it is not promptly evident which job you are suited for, then typically I will eliminate curiosity and move on to the upcoming application.
If there is no cover letter, or it doesn't do a good occupation of introducing your resume, and I have loads of other candidates, then there is a excellent likelihood that I will make investments my time in examining another person else's resume. Use your cover letter to convince the employer that it is really worth their whilst to study your resume.
A corollary to the cover letter explanation is that I am not in favor of which includes important points in your cover letter that are NOT in your resume as properly. The goal of the cover letter is to get somebody to study your resume the aim of the resume is to get known as for an interview. But, and this might sound contradictory, you definitely can not be certain that the man or woman…

Simpsons producer dies

Simpsons producer dies,  an award-winning writer and producer of "The Simpsons" and screenwriter of the 2011 blockbuster "Thor" as well as "My Super Ex-Girlfriend" and "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer," Don Payne, died Tuesday at his home in Los Angeles, said his friend and former writing partner John Frink. He was 48 and had bone cancer.

Payne was most recently a consulting producer on "The Simpsons," Fox's long-running animated series. Two episodes he wrote are in production and will air in the fall: "Labor Pains" and the Christmas installment, "White Christmas Blues."
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Stabbings at Target, 4 people have been stabbed at Target store in Pittsburgh

Stabbings at Target, 4 people have been stabbed at Target store in Pittsburgh, including a 16-year-old girl who was seriously injured, Authorities said.

Police say a man brandishing a knife ran into the store in Pittsburgh's East Liberty section shortly after 5:30 p.m. Monday and was pursued by two other men. Officers were called to the store shortly after 5:30 p.m. Monday. Police say a suspect was arrested at the scene.

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Rock Band Splits, My Chemical Romance

Rock Band Splits, The band members of My Chemical Romance announced Friday that they were splitting up after more than a decade together, according to their website.

The rock band, comprised of Gerard Way, Ray Toro, Mikey Way and Frank Iero, formed in 2001. They went on to record four studio albums, one of which, The Black Parade, was nominated for a Grammy in 2008.

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Rare giraffe born

Rare giraffe born,  A rare, nearly 6-foot-tall giraffe listed as an endangered subspecies has been born in a Connecticut conservation center.

The Greenwich Time reports (http://bit.ly/ZJI63V ) that Petal, a 6-year-old Rothschild giraffe gave birth on Friday to female calf as a group of other giraffes and staff at the LEO Zoological Conservation Center watched.

Marcella Leone, founder and director of the center, said the young animal is curious, approaching humans early on in its first days of life.

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Two die skydiving jump

Two die skydivingjump on Saturday , Two skydivers from Iceland, one an instructor and the other a student, Florida media reported.

The two men were part of a group of 22 skydivers who jumped from a plane in Zephyrhills, about 30 miles northeast of Tampa, according to the Tampa Tribune newspaper.

When only 20 of those who jumped returned, authorities launched a search and found the bodies of the two men a few hours later, Florida media said.

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Tilda Swinton is performing the art of sleeping

Actress sleeps in box, Tilda Swinton is performing the art of sleeping at New York City's Museum of Modern Art. A museum spokeswoman says the "Moonrise Kingdom" star presented her one-person piece called "The Maybe" on Saturday.

In "The Maybe," Swinton lies sleeping in a glass box for the day. The exhibit will move locations within the museum every time Swinton performs.

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Jennifer Capriati has been charged

 Jennifer Capriati has been charged after police said she punched her ex-boyfriend on Valentine's Day while he was working out at a gym.

Palm Beach County court records show Capriati has been issued a summons to appear before a judge April 17 on stalking and battery charges, though she has not been arrested.

North Palm Beach police say Ivan Brannan was working out when the 36-year-old Capriati approached him and yelled at him. Brannan told police that he tried to get away by walking to the men's locker room, but Capriati blocked his path and punched him in the chest.


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New Pepsi bottle, Pepsi is rolling out a new shape for its 567-gram bottle

New Pepsi bottle, Pepsi is rolling out a new shape for its 567-gram bottle for the first time in about 17 years. The new bottle has a contoured bottom half that appears easier for holding, and the wraparound label is shorter so that more of the drink is exposed.

The change follows a number of splashy moves in the past year by PepsiCo to improve results for its namesake soda, including a multi-year deal to sponsor the Super Bowl halftime show and a wide-ranging deal with the pop star Beyonce. PepsiCo Inc, based in Purchase, New York, has been working to revitalize the brand after losing market share to Coca-Cola Co in recent years.


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Double Amputee Humiliated, A double amputee was allegedly humiliated by TSA staff

Double Amputee Humiliated, A double amputee was allegedly humiliated by TSA staff as he attempted to take a flight to San Diego last week.

Marine Cpl. Toran Gaal, who is a double amputee assigned to the Wounded Warrior Battalion at Camp Pendleton, was allegedly asked to get out of his wheelchair and move by a TSA staff member, according to an eye-witness.

Gaal, who lost both his legs to an Improvised Explosive Device in Sangin Province, Afghanistan, and some fellow injured Marines had traveled to the Phoenix area last week for a baseball spring training fundraiser. However, it was upon his return flight that the incident reportedly took place.

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Seth MacFarlane has split from Games of Thrones girlfriend Emilia Clarke

Seth MacFarlane has split from Games of Thrones girlfriend Emilia Clarke, according to a new report. Clarke, who is best known for her role as Daenerys Targaryen in the show reportedly split from the 39 year-old Oscar host recently due to filming pressures keeping them apart after just a few months.

The 25 year-old blonde reportedly caught the TV producers eye last September at the HBO Emmy Party.

"They are no longer dating," a source told E!News. "It was really a location challenge. She has been in Europe shooting 'Game of Thrones' and he is based in California, so it was hard to make it work despite the distance. They have remained friends."

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12-year-old boy arrested

12-year-old boy arrested after suspected of making the fake emergency call caused A Minnesota school district locked down several buildings Wednesday, authorities later said was a prank.

The 8 a.m. emergency call prompted a lockdown at the middle school, high school and Central Education Campus buildings in New Prague, 45 miles southwest of Minneapolis. The male caller said he was inside one of the school buildings, Scott County Sheriff Kevin Studnicka said.

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Twinkies sale approved

Twinkies sale approved, A bankruptcy judge on Tuesday to a pair of investment firms, one of which has said it hopes to have the cakes back on shelves by summer.

Hostess Brands Inc. is selling Twinkies, Ding Dongs, Ho Hos and other brands to Apollo Global Management and Metropoulos & Co. for $410 million. Evan Metropoulos, a principal of the latter firm, said in an interview that he wants to have the snack cakes back on shelves by June and that the brands could benefit from new flavors and other product extensions.

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Nude beach shut down

Nude beach shut down, Wisconsin authorities announced Tuesday they will shut down one of nation's most popular nude beaches on weekdays after struggling for years to curtail sex and drugs on the sandbar and surrounding woods.

Nudists from around the country have been traveling to the public beach on the Wisconsin River near Mazomanie, about 25 miles northwest of Madison, for decades as word spread that prosecutors in ultra-liberal Dane County wouldn't go after anyone for showing skin. But visitors haven't stopped at just stripping down. They've been slipping off into the woods for trysts and drugs.


Jobs In Dehradun

Life becomes truly meaningful when you do a job that you love, in the place you love and among people you love. For small town people and those having to migrate to the metros this seems to be a dream that can never come true. But in Dehradun it can all come true. Not only is the place surrounded by nature but it also has flourishing opportunities for jobs. Getting jobs in Dehradun have become pretty easy now and one of the main reasons for it has been its closeness to the Indian capital- Delhi. The city is close to the National Capital Region (NCR) and thus has been chosen as one of the “Counter Magnets” where industries can be set up to disperse the stagnation of NCR. The town is also known as Doon.
BPOs, KPOs, software companies are fast mushrooming in Dehradun and today finding a job in Dehradun is not tough. Many multinational companies are also setting shop in this Garhwal hill station. Many local entrepreneurs are also establishing many kinds of companies in the region. For all …

UFC fighter jail, Nick Diaz

 UFC fighter jail, Nick Diaz caused quite a stir during the UFC 158 post-fight press conference following his unanimous decision loss to welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre in Montreal, revealing that he's never paid taxes in his life.
“I just have to invest a little more money (in training),” Diaz said when asked what he would do if he does stay in the UFC instead of retiring as he hinted at. “Now that I have a little bit more money. I've never paid taxes in my life and I'll probably go to jail.

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A $22 minimum wage

A $22 minimum wage would be in place if it had kept up with increased rates in worker productivity, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has claimed, citing a recent study.

Warren made the claim as she made the case for increasing the minimum wage last week during a Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions hearing.

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Iran launches destroyer

Iran launches destroyer, The Jamaran-2 destroyer was launched in the Caspian Sea waters Sunday in the northern port city of Bandar Anzali in Gilan province in the presence of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi and Chief of Staff of IranĖˆs Armed Forces Major General Hassan Firouzabadi were also present in the ceremony.

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Lohan Misses Flight

Lohan Misses Flight, 26-year-old troubled actress Lindsay Lohan is scheduled to appear in a Los Angeles court on March 18 for lying to police and probation violations. If the "Mean Girls" star fails to appear, she faces a bench warrant for contempt of court. Apparently, Lohan is trying to find a flight that will get her out of New York to LA . Earlier this month, Lohan was allegedly offered a 90-day house arrest deal, but reportedly she turned it down. Examiner....

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Emma Watson rumors

Emma Watson rumors, A rumor started last week that the hacking group Anonymous had learned that actress Emma Watson, she of the Harry Potter films and darling pixie haircut, will be starring in the movie adaptation of E.L. James's wildly successful BDSM-lite novel 50 Shades of Grey. Members of Anonymous said they hacked into a film company's computers and found documents that list Watson as the choice to play Anastasia  Steele.

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George Clinton divorce

George Clinton divorce, behind P-funk groups Parliament and Funkadelic, has filed from divorce from his wife of 22 years, Stephanie LynnClinton.

According to divorce documents filed in a Florida court and obtained by TMZ, Clinton and his wife were married in Toledo, Ohio, in 1990. Over the two decades of their marriage, the two “have experienced long term separation” and said the “marriage is irretriviably broken.”

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Morrissey cancels tour

Morrissey cancels tour, British singer Morrissey has canceled the remainder of his U.S. tour for medical reasons, after suffering a number of ailments in recent months including a bleeding ulcer and double pneumonia, his spokeswoman said. LOS ANGELES (Reuters)

The former front man for the alternative rock band The Smiths has pulled out of the last 22 concerts on his itinerary, starting with one scheduled for Monday in Lawrence, Kansas, his publicist, Lauren Papapietro, said late on Friday.

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LBJ Nixon 'treason'

LBJ Nixon 'treason', After the Watergate scandal taught Richard Nixon the consequences of recording White House conversations none of his successors have dared to do it. But Nixon wasn't the first.

He got the idea from his predecessor Lyndon Johnson, who felt there was an obligation to allow historians to eventually eavesdrop on his presidency.

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Pregnant coach dies

Pregnant coach dies, in bus crash, 30-year-old Kristina Quigley, was on the bus carrying the Penn. Lacrosse team when it crashed into a tree. Quigley was one of two people killed, the other was the bus driver.--Time reported--

According to the report, Quigley was rushed to the hospital via helicopter following the accident which occurred around 9 a.m. on the Penn. Turnpike. She died from her injuries and her unborn baby, who was due in about 3 months, did not make it. Reported Examiner...

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Jepsen Quits Concert

Jepsen Quits Concert, "Here's hoping they make the right decision and I'm praying that moves like this will help," the singer says. Carly Rae Jepsen, the pop songstress who stormed the radio airwaves last summer with Call Me Maybe, removed herself from the upcoming Boy Scouts Jamboree because of their stance on banning openly gay members.

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Poker champ arrested

Poker champ arrested,  World Series of Poker champion Greg Raymer was arrested on Wednesday after he attempted to arrange a meeting with a prostitute online, Inquisitr.com reported March 15. Raymer, better known as the "FossilMan," was arrested at a hotel in Wake Forest, N.C. after the prostitute turned out to be an undercover police officer. It was originally reported that the sting involved male prostitutes, but later corrected that the sting was advertising for female prostitutes. Reported Examiner...

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Pope pays hotel bill, gets his own luggage

Pope pays hotel bill,  gets his own luggage. It’s not everyday that the Pope, on his very first official day on the job, makes it clear that he plans to be seen as being one with the people.

In an attempt to shift the tone and image from Benedict XVI, Pope Francis’ first day as pontiff was quite, well, different.....examiner.

How different? Well, for starters, the Pope stopped by his own hotel to pay his bill. He then picked up his own luggage, as well.

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Cops kill teen gunman

Cops kill teen gunman, NYPD shot and killed a 16-year-old gunman after police say he pointed a gun at officers
Teenager was spotted by anti-crime patrol officers in an unmarked police car Officers saw the teenager fidgeting with his waistband as he walked away from the group of men When police approached to speak with the young man, cops say he turned on them and aimed a .357 caliber revolver at them. Reported Source...

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Chemistry jobs

Are you already planning your future? What is your next step? These decisions are often difficult to make. As the world changes day by day making the right choices for your future becomes very important. Chemistry opens up a world of possibilities and expands your choices. Chemistry will always be at the centre of science and at the heart of life.
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Chemistry is the study of substances, what they are made of, how they interact and what role they play in living things. In fact it is the study of all materials and is vital to every aspect of your lives. From the moment you are born and throughout your lives you are surrounded by chemistry; in the air you breathe, the food you eat and the clothes you wear. Everything you see, smell or touch is made up of chemicals and chemists are using their understanding of nature to modify molecules and create new materials. Many new chemicals have useful properties that have improved …

Travel Jobs

Ever had the desire to quit your lame 9 to 5 job, tell your boss to shove it, pack up and start traveling the world?



All of us have had that desire at one point! The thing that stopped you was probably the same thing that stops most people: money.



"How will I pay for my flights, food, lodging, transportation, yada, yada, yada," you asked yourself.



Don't let these concerns bother you too much, because there is an underground, growing group of travelers who are utilizing some simple but hidden techniques to make significant incomes while traveling.



Here's an overview of how we make money traveling and by landing travel jobs:



Underground Travel Income Method #1 - Traditional Travel Job - Hold a job that either a) pays for us to travel or b) is located in the place we wish to travel to. This is the lowest paying and most complicated method of all, but is the most commonplace.



Common jobs that pay for travels are for professional speakers, salespeople, package couriers, flight …

IFA Jobs

Independent financial advisors, also known as IFAs are qualified professionals who offer financial advice and recommend financial products to their clients. They are called independent because they do not represent any particular insurance companies or banks but work independently for their customers. IFA recruitment need to be regulated by the Financial Services Authority and should meet necessary qualification requirements.
IFA Recruitment:
IFAs have a wide scope and can choose to work in various financial industries. Basically there are three types of financial advisors
Tied advisor: You will be working for a bank or insurance company selling only their products.
Multi-tied advisor: You will be selling several companies’ financial products.
IFA: You will have the freedom to advice any company’s products.
IFA Jobs Description:
Basically IFAs provide financial advice to help their clients utilise their money in the best possible way. IFA jobs IFA jobs involve advising customers on financial…

Facebook gets unwelcome look at hackers' dark side

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Facebook says it was hacked -Facebook is getting an unwelcome look at the shady side of the hacking culture that CEO Mark Zuckerberg celebrates. Intruders recently infiltrated the systems running the world's largest online social network but did not steal any sensitive information about Facebook's more than 1 billion users, according to a blog posting Friday by the company's security team.
The unsettling revelation is the latest breach to expose the digital cracks in a society and an economy that is storing an ever-growing volume of personal and business data online.
The news didn't seem to faze investors. Facebook Inc.'s stock dipped 10 cents to $28.22 in Friday's extended trading.
The main building at Facebook's Menlo Park, Calif., headquarters lists its address as 1 Hacker Way. From there, Facebook serves as the gatekeeper for billions of potentially embarrassing photos and messages that get posted each month.
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2 Chainz arrested

Grammy-nominated rapper 2 Chainz has been arrested on drug charges in Maryland, where he was to perform at a college event.
Maryland State Police spokesman Sgt. Marc Black says troopers stopped a van Thursday night for speeding near Easton, Md., and smelled marijuana in the van. A backpack in the van was found to have a marijuana grinder and trace amounts of marijuana.
The rapper, whose real name is Tauheed Epps, claimed possession of the backpack and was arrested. Black says Epps was cited for having drug paraphernalia and marijuana and was released. The citation carries up to a year in jail and up to a $1,000 fine.

To Save Newborn, Doctors 'Freeze' Baby

When Claire Ives was seven months pregnant with her third child, she used a handheld device to listen to her unborn son's heartbeat. As she turned the machine on, she thought something had malfunctioned. "I thought I wasn't listening right or something," Ives, a nurse in London, told ABCNews.com. "I didn't believe his [heart] rate could be that fast."
Ives' son had a heart rate of about 300 beats per minute, nearly double the normal 160.
After doctors were alerted to the baby's elevated heart rate, Ives delivered her son, Edward Ives, five weeks early via emergency cesarean at the University College London Hospital.
Edward Ives was born with supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) and was given a five percent chance of survival. SVT is caused by improper electrical impulses in the heart that leads to an irregular rapid heartbeat heart, which then can lead to heart failure or affect internal organs. When the heart beats too q…