“You can watch the tape on YouTube and when you see it, you think ‘ohmigod, it’s so obvious, the coughs are so loud and the patterns are so distinct’ but then you dig into the evidence and, yes, there were 19 coughs on the right answers but there were more than 190 other coughs on the wrong answer.” … [Read more...] about Quiz: The Who Wants to be a Millionaire cheating scandal re-examined
Nominal and real interest rates
Indian game developers are also building games in multiple languages and themes acclimatized to the tastes of the local gaming audience. The companies hold special events celebrating popular Indian festivals, such as Holi, Diwali, Eid, etc. Game developers have also launched the option to play games in Indian regional languages such as Gujrati, Bangla, Marathi, Telugu and many more.Content customization will continue to play a vital role in the upcoming year with even the inclusion of popular bollywood movie franchises coming into the mix. … [Read more...] about 2020: The up and coming year for Indian gaming industry!
"Large reductions in spending at restaurants, bars, retail outlets and amusement centers occurred prior to closings across most of the nation," Hicks said. "So, it is the presence of the disease rather than limited government shut downs that has slowed the economy deeply in second quarter." … [Read more...] about Roundup: U.S. jobless claims continue to drop last week as economic reopening slows
He was absconding for several days (after the murder of eight policemen on July 2 allegedly at his behest), watching everything from close quarters: Demolition of his house, encounters and arrests of his close aides all the while travelling for eight hours from Shivli (in rural Kanpur, UP) to Faridabad (in Haryana, a neighbouring state, ruled by the BJP), crossing the UP border without being noticed by the cops in both the states, which one assumes, must have been in a state of high alert looking out for Dubey. … [Read more...] about ‘Vikas Dubey thought nothing would happen to him’