India on Tuesday slapped definitive anti dumping duty on certain steel products imported from China, South Korea and Vietnam after a probe found that these items caused injury to domestic producers.The revenue department said in an order that flat rolled product of steel coated with alloy of aluminium and zinc was exported from these countries below their normal value, resulting in dumping and causing injury to domestic producers. The rate of duty imposed varies from country to country and from exporter to exporter with the highest rate applicable on exports from China at $128.9 per tonne. Provisional anti dumping duty imposed on the product in October 2019 had expired in April this year and the definitive duty imposed on Tuesday is applicable for five years starting from last October, said the order.
The State Council issued the decision today, affirming the data watchdog CNIL;s earlier finding that Google did not provide ;sufficiently clear; information to Android users #8212; which in turn meant it had not legally obtained their consent to use their data for targeted ads. "Google s request has been rejected, " a spokesperson for the Conseil D 'Etat confirmed to TechCrunch via email.
It ''s not hard to see the ubiquitous influence of that iconic series, which premiered 30 years ago this week, across the last three decades of American adult animation. Family Guy, King of the Hill, Bob ''s Burgers and many others have all featured some variation of the slovenly dad, the beleaguered wife, the rabble rousing roost of kids and an animal who dig themselves into and out of minor crises each 22 minute episode. Non family based shows, from Robot Chicken to Archer, have also drawn heavily from Matt Groening ''s hyper referential style, irreverence and slapstick humor, with South Park dedicating an entire episode to the impact and dominance of its yellow predecessors. But while The Simpsons may still be the North Star of adult animation, it ''s not the only blueprint anymore. Over the past five years, a generation of shows challenging norms in content, tone and form has exploded onto TV and streaming platforms. These shows mdash;including Netflix ''s BoJack Horseman and Big Mouth, Adult Swim ''s Rick and Morty and Amazon ''s Undone mdash;explore depression and mental health in profound ways, feature characters that age and mature from season to season and sometimes don ''t even aim for laughs at all.
A new round of tariffs took effect from 0401 GMT, with Beijing's levy of 5per cent on US crude marking the first time the fuel has been targeted since the world's two largest economies started their trade war more than a year ago.The Trump administration will begin collecting 15 percent tariffs on more than $125 billion in Chinese imports, including smart speakers, Bluetooth headphones and many types of footwear.
Behind them, a man slaps his hand against his forehead, his mouth gaping in horror as he looks on amid the mangled wreckage.The picture was captured on Wednesday by Bashar al Sheikh, a photographer working with local news website SY24, moments after warplanes pummelled the town of Ariha in Syria 's northwestern province of Idlib.
In Bollywood, we have seen very film parody or spoof films and that is precisely the reason why you would really get hooked to the Arjun Patiala trailer the moment you watch it. Arjun Patiala has everything that you have seen before not just in terms of the romance, actions or the genre of a cop drama, but also scenes and songs that will remind you of some other Bollywood film. And this is precisely what we have never seen before the brazen honestly in showing everything that has been shown before.The trailer has a number of jokes and punch lines and even though these are slapstick, they are actually funny. Like the introduction of Varun Sharma 's character for example.
Further escalation in the US China trade war could slash global gross domestic product by $600 billion annually within two years, according to estimates by Bloomberg Economics. If President Donald Trump slaps tariffs on virtually all Chinese goods, China retaliates, and equity markets drop 10%, worldwide GDP could fall 0.6% by mid 2021, Bloomberg found. US and Chinese GDP could fall by 0.7% and 0.9%, according to the model. Other countries that rely on US China trade, including Taiwan and Canada, could also suffer. View Markets Insider's homepage for more stories. If the trade war between the US and China continues to escalate, it could shave $600 billion annually off global output within two years, according to new research.The tariffs implemented so far could slash the quarterly gross domestic product of China by 0.5% and of the US and the rest of the world by 0.2% in 2021, according to estimates from a Bloomberg Economics study. If US President Donald Trump follows through on his threat to hike tariffs on virtually all US imports from China to 25%, and China retaliates in kind, GDP could fall 0.8% in China and 0.5% in the US and worldwide, the researchers found.
Now, in a wide ranging interview with Newsweek, the two time WWE champion has given an update on when we can expect him to step aside from the squared circle.After an 18 year career which took him from WCW and Impact Wrestling to NJPW and beyond, AJ Styles finally signed with WWE in January 2016 and made an instant impression by entering the Royal Rumble.
Rae Bareli, May 1 (UNI) Backing her decision not to contest from Varanasi against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, AICC General Secretary incharge for Uttar Pradesh East Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Wednesday said she wants to focus on campaigning for the party across Uttar Pradesh.Bhopal, May 1 (UNI) Even as the burqa issue is rapidly snowballing, the Bharatiya Janata Party s Bhopal parliamentary constituency candidate Pragya Singh Thakur averred on Wednesday that if it is imperative to prohibit the garment for national security reasons then the measure must be effectuated.
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Thursday imposed a 500 crore penalty on German automaker Volkswagen for using a "cheat device " in its diesel cars to deceive emission tests. However, the company said that it will challenge the order in the Supreme Court.
"Estimated cost of heath damage due to additional NOx emissions from the Volkswagen group vehicles is approximately Rs 171.34 crore using a metro city i.e Delhi as base. The value may be considered conservative due to lack of methodologies for calculating the overall impact of nitrogen oxide on the environment in India and hence only health damages are valued."Further, the valuation is for Delhi considering that the value of NOx is 435 tonnes released in the city. This is assumed because lack of data on the geographical locations and plying regions of Volkswagen vehicles which have caused the damage and for all the years which have been considered for damage," the committee has said in its report.The panel was formed by the NGT on November 16 last year to give its opinion whether the manufacturer has exceeded the prescribed environmental norms and fair estimate of the damage caused to the environment. The committee has told the NGT that automobiles are a major source of nitrogen oxide. The green panel had said the use of 'cheat device' by Volkswagen in diesel cars in India leads to inference of environmental damage and asked the German carmaker to deposit an interim amount of Rs 100 crore with the Central Pollution Control Board.The tribunal was hearing pleas filed by Ailawadi, a school teacher, and a few others seeking ban on the sale of Volkswagen vehicles for alleged violation of emission norms. A 'cheat' or 'defeat device' is a software in diesel engines to manipulate emission tests by changing the performance of the cars globally. Volkswagen India had in December 2015 announced the recall of 3,23,700 lakh vehicles in India to fix the emission software after ARAI conducted tests on some models and found that their on road emissions were 1.1 times to 2.6 times higher than the applicable BS IV norms.The automobile giant had admitted to the use of 'defeat device' in 11 million diesel engine cars sold in the US, Europe and other global markets to manipulate emission test results. After the tests by ARAI, Volkswagen India had undertaken to rejig the software by recalling around 3.23 lakh vehicles fitted with EA 189 diesel engines which were in alleged violation of emission norms. The company, however, had said that the recall in India was purely voluntary in nature as it did not face any charges regarding violating emission norms in India, unlike in the US. Volkswagen Cars Polo Polo GTI Vento Passat Ameo Tiguan For the latest auto news and reviews, follow CarAndBike on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
Kavita Devi ready to become first female WWE champion from India WWE Raw Results: Vince McMahon announces return of John Cena, women;s tag team championship title WWE in 2018: The year when women;s revolution truly began Rusev defeats Shinsuke Nakamura in title fight. (Source: WWE) The final SmackDown Live of 2018 saw a new United States Champion emerging with Rusev defeating Shinsuke Nakamura. The Bulgarian Brute and the Artist indulged in an edge of the seat thriller match in which both exchanged several punishing haymakers. While Nakamura used his verstalility to wear down his opponent, Rusev used his brute strength to keep rallying back into the match.The Champion set up Rusev in a perfect position to deliver a Kinshasa Knee Strike. But the Super Athlete got back up and connected with a Machka Kick, to cover his opponent. Nakamura kicked out after a two count, showing his resilience. But Rusev did not lose confidence, despite being locked up in a triangle submission lock. He then suffered a knee to his temple, but rallied back once more, to connect a second Machka Kick to Nakamura. One, Two, three - and the new United States Champion, Rusev.
The owner of a Melbourne gelato shop targeted by an anti Asian note has described the person responsible as a ”racist coward ”.
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This is the moment an actress smacks an audience member for criticising her son with Down syndrome during a live TV show.Evelina Bledans, 49, was taking part in 'Live', a popular chat show on Russian TV presented by Andrey Malakhov.
By K J M Varma (Eds: Updating with China's tariffs) Beijing, Sep 18 (PTI) China Tuesday hit back at the US with tariffs on USD 60 billion worth of American goods, in a tit for tat move that came hours after President Donald Trump slapped duties on USD 200 billion worth of Chinese imports.President Trump on Tuesday slapped 10 per cent tariffs on USD 200 billion worth of Chinese imports and the duties will rise to whopping 25 per cent at the end of the year, escalating the trade war with the world's second largest economy.He alleged that China had been unwilling to change its unfair trade practices and the new additional tariff structure would give fair and reciprocal treatment to American firms."If the United States insists on raising tariffs even more, China will respond accordingly," China's finance ministry said in a statement."In order to safeguard our legitimate rights and interests and the global free trade order, China will have to take countermeasures," the country's Ministry of Commerce said in a statement, adding that "We deeply regret this".The Chinese government said it will hit back with tariffs of up to 10 per cent on an additional USD 60 billion in American goods following Trump's escalation by slapping higher border taxes on nearly all US exports to China, a media report said.Earlier, China threatened to retaliate with "synchronised counter measures" against Trump's third round of tariffs, saying the US' move will add "new uncertainties" for future talks between the world's top two economies.China's Ministry of Commerce said it would be forced to take "synchronised counter measures" against the new tariffs.In a statement, the ministry also said that the tariffs announced by Trump had "added new uncertainties" to trade talks between the two sides.Trump also warned China against any retaliation, saying if Beijing retaliated this time, the US would impose further tariffs on another USD 267 billion worth of products virtually covering almost all Chinese exports to the US totalling about USD 522.9 billion.According to official figures, US goods and services trade with China totalled an estimated USD 710.4 billion in 2017 of which US exports were USD 187.5 billion and imports were USD 522.9 billion.Trump has been pressuring China to reduce the trade deficit with the US, totalling to USD 335.4 billion in 2017.Last month, both sides resumed trade talks but at a lower level.Chinese Vice Minister of Commerce Wang Shouwen held talks in Washington but without much results.Trump, who has been demanding that China should reduce trade deficit immediately by USD 100 billion, recently called for talks to resolve the issue.In Beijing, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang on Tuesday gave no inkling about how China's plans to retaliate Trump's new round of tariffs and said it brought more uncertainties to future round of talks."I want to say that China has to respond to uphold our legitimate rights and interests, the order of free trade," Geng told reporters."This measure by US side added more uncertainties to the talks between the two sides," he said.Asked how the two sides plan to end the trade war, Geng said "We have been stressing that talks need to happen on the basis of equality and good faith so as to resolve the issues between the two sides. What the US has done shows no sincerity, no good faith at all," he said.To another question on whether China viewed escalation of tariff war by the US as an attempt to contain Beijing's rise, Geng said, "regarding containment, I have never heard of that from any US official."We have been repeating that sound and steady development of China US ties serves the fundamental interest of the two sides and what the international community wishes to see".Geng said China would like to work with the US to achieve that, adding that "however the protectionist and unilateral measures taken by US were not acceptable to us".He also declined to go into specific measures on whether Beijing would contemplate non trade measures like containing visas to US citizens."In the light of the latest round of tariffs, China has to counter act but what kind of counter measures would the Chinese side take will be released in time. You made assumption (about not granting visas), I have no comment on that," Geng said.Hong Kong based 'South China Morning Post' reported on Tuesday that China is likely to cancel its tentative plans to send President Xi Jinping's top economic adviser Liu He to Washington after Trump's new tariff announcement.According to the source, who declined to be identified , as the plans have not been made public, China is reviewing its earlier plans to send a delegation, headed by vice premier Liu He to Washington next week, the report said.One precondition for the talks was that the Americans would show sufficient goodwill but Trump's latest decision to escalate the trade war by slapping new tariffs on almost half of all Chinese exports may have scuppered the talks, it quoted the sources as saying."If the vice premier does go to the US, we can reasonably suspect he has a reasonable offer, but at this point, I would think the likelihood is low," the representative said.China had earlier retaliated twice by imposing additional tariffs on imported products from the US. 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Big Blue's plans for aerial hot beverage deliveries not only include deliveries of pre ordered brews but also taxi style flagging down of aerial drinks.The US Patent Office filing revealed that what IBM thinks might happen in the future is a delivery system that flies a coffee laden drone to "an area including a plurality of people; scanning the people, using one or more sensors connected to the UAV drone , the one or more sensors connected to an electronic processing circuit which identifies an individual among the people that may have a predetermined cognitive state".
With his funny face, bristly barnet and perfect shy;slapstick timing, Barry Elliott made the nation chuckle for more than 50 years.And as his death was announced yesterday, aged 73, the outpouring of affection for the veteran entertainer was extraordinary.