Video PlayerClose Chinese President Xi Jinping delivers a keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the second China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai, east China, Nov. 5, 2019. The second CIIE kicked off Tuesday at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai. (Xinhua/Ju Peng) SHANGHAI, Nov. 5 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered a keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the second China International Import Expo on Tuesday. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next … [Read more...] about Xi addresses opening ceremony of 2nd int’l import expo
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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Japan’s Shigeki Maruyama believes multiple major winner Ernie Els can inspire the Internationals to victory over the Americans at next week’s Presidents Cup in the same way Peter Thomson did in 1998. FILE PHOTO: Golf - The 148th Open Championship - Royal Portrush Golf Club, Portrush, Northern Ireland - July 19, 2019 South Africa's Ernie Els on the 18th hole during the second round REUTERS/Paul Childs Maruyama accumulated a 5-0-0 win-loss-tie record as a rookie at Royal Melbourne 21 years ago when the Internationals recorded their only victory to date in 12 editions of the biennial team contest. South African Els will captain the team representing the rest of the world outside the United States and Europe when the Presidents Cup returns to the sandbelt course next week to take on another powerful American side. “I think he has very strong power to lead the players. This year should be a big chance,” Maruyama said. … [Read more...] about Golf: Els can inspire Internationals as Thomson did in ’98 – Maruyama
Many countries are in the throes of a debate about the amount of surveillance a government should be allowed to carry out on its own people. But in other countries, where there are few, if any, checks on the state's powers, a potential dictatorship of data is already on the horizon. The grey, drab former headquarters of the Stasi - East Germany's Security Service - is famous for its miles of paper files. Those files recorded the detailed information kept on the citizens of the former Communist state, drawn from a wealth of human informers and bugging devices. Parts of the former office complex are now a museum open to the public, but in one corridor normally closed to the public there is a jumble of dated-looking equipment - a primitive computer looking more like a spin-dryer for clothes and old magnetic discs the size of a football, which held a fraction of what you can now fit on a USB stick. This is all that remains of the Stasi's dreams of what computers could do for them. "I think … [Read more...] about Will Big Data lead to Big Brother?
Expanding its V-series phones in India, Chinese smartphone maker Vivo is all set to launch Vivo V17. The handset will be launched at an event in New Delhi on December 9 at 12pm. Vivo has revealed some of the key features of the upcoming Vivo V17. These include 4,500mAh battery, 48MP quad rear camera and a 32MP front camera. How to watch the event livestream As stated above, the company has scheduled an event in New Delhi on December 9 at 12pm. The launch event will be broadcasted live on Vivo India’s social media platforms. Those interested can watch the live webcast on the company’s Facebook page via this link. Vivo V17: Likey specs Vivo is teasing the smartphone with the tagline ‘Clear as real’. This means that the major highlight of the device is its camera. As confirmed by the company, Vivo V17 will come with a 32MP camera at the front with ‘Super Night Mode’ for selfies. On the rear side, the phone will feature a quad lens setup.Vivo has … [Read more...] about Vivo V17 with 48MP AI quad camera camera to launch in India on December 9: How to watch the livestream
India may have been enjoying a rich vein of form in shortest format but there is no denying that there are still some problems that needs to be ironed out as the team edges closer to the T20 World Cup in Australia next year. While the batting unit looks formidable, same cannot be said about the bowlers as India continue to find their best combination. While the pacers have done the trick for ‘Men in Blue’ in recent times, the spinners haven’t been as effective as they have been in the past.Also Read: Kohli 25 runs away from becoming 1st Indian to achieve huge T20I milestoneOne such case is that of Washington Sundar, who hasn’t been able to replicate his domestic form on international arena. He was once again taken for runs in Hyderabad T20I and with competition for places heating up, the spinner can’t take his place in the side from granted. In the first T20I against Windies, Sundar bowled his most expensive spell in … [Read more...] about India vs West Indies: Stats reveal big worry for Virat Kohli and Co ahead of Thiruvananthapuram T20I