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  1. Cuba is working on five coronavirus vaccines and started immunizing its population using two of them
  2. Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey are to revisit their documentary about mental health with a follow-up
  3. US President Donald Trump arrives for a "Keep America Great" campaign rally at Huntington Center in Toledo, Ohio, on January 9, 2020. Photo: AFPA poll conducted by Reuters/Ipsos earlier this week in the aftermath of the killing of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani has found that the majority of Americans are unhappy with President Donald Trump’s handling of Iran, reported The News. Just under four in ten Americans (39 per cent) told pollsters they "strongly disapprove" of Trump's actions regarding Iran, while seven per cent said they "somewhat" disapprove and eight per cent "lean towards disapprove." According to Reuters, the proportion of surveyed Americans who "strongly" disapproved of the commander-in-chief's Iran policy had jumped by 10 points since last month. The latest poll results were published as Iran fired missiles on Iraqi bases housing US and coalition troops in response to the killing of Soleimani on January 3. US-Iran crisis: Washington ready to engage with Tehran 'without preconditions' Responding to the Reuters/Ipsos survey conducted before the latest development in the tit-for-tat exchange between the US and Iran, almost nine in ten (86 per cent) of Democrats said they disapproved of President Trump's actions against Tehran while 79 per cent of Republicans said they approved of his policy. Just under half (48 per cent) of independent voters were unhappy with the administration's actions around Iran, compared to 36 per cent who approved to varying degrees. A little more than one in ten said war and foreign conflicts were the "most important problem facing the US today," putting the issue behind healthcare among American adults. Among those who told pollsters that the prospect of foreign conflicts was the greatest issue facing America at the present time, almost two-thirds (63 per cent) of those surveyed said they were most concerned about war with Iran. By comparison, only 20 per cent fretted over a conflict with Iraq. When asked for their view on how President Trump was handling US foreign policy matters in general, 53 per cent of all respondents said they disapproved, while just 39 per cent approved. Read also: US has restored 'level of deterrence' on Iran, says Pentagon chief The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted through online interviews between January 6-7 with a sample of 1,115 US adults weighted to reflect the demographics of America. Pollsters said the margin of error was 3.3 percentage points. Meanwhile, in a separate survey from January 3 to 6, it turned out that 41 per cent of Americans see Iran as a “direct threat” to the United States, which is 17 points higher than the result of a survey on the same topic in May last year. The survey also showed that 71 per cent of Americans believe that in the next few years there will be a war between the States and Iran, which is 20 points higher than the May poll. A growing minority of Americans say they now advocate a “proactive attack” on the Iranian armed forces. The survey showed that 27 per cent said the United States should deliver the first blow, an increase of 15 points since May. Another 41 per cent said the United States should not attack Iran first, while 33 per cent found it difficult to answer.
  4. Geo.tv/FilesKARACHI: The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) on Friday announced to maintain the interest rate unchanged at 13.25 percent, noting, however, that the inflation rate was still quite high and that that was due to the increase in the prices of...
  5. The Twitter application is seen on a phone screen, August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White/FilesSAN FRANCISCO: A Twitter Inc policy change on Thursday to increase the service?s credibility cost its 100 most popular users about 2 percent of their...
  6. The increase in export of footballs is witnessed amid ongoing Fifa World Cup in Russia, where Pakistan?s manufactured special footballs are being used. Photo: FileISLAMABAD: Export of footballs from Pakistan during July-May (2017-18) has...
  7. According to an independent study by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP), it has been yet again confirmed that a huge number of iPhone buyers have shifted from Android. The report indicates that Android owners tend to steer towards lower-cost iPhones in general, as the Android ecosystem is mostly reliant on low and mid-range devices that cost considerably lower than an iPhone flagship. It is estimated that 15-20 percent of iPhone buyers in a given quarter switch from Google's Android operating system. These switchers go for the smaller, less-expensive iPhone SE at twice the rate as iPhone owners, and the most expensive iPhone X at half the rate as iPhone owners. © MensXP iPhone SE has proven to be a major player for Apple in developing countries, where the average rate of purchasing a mobile phone is much lower than in the American and European markets. In terms of popularity, 40 percent of these switchers are opting for the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, about 25 percent are opting the iPhone 7/7 Plus and 12 percent are going for the 6s/6s Plus. Android users switching to iOS also tend to buy a "Plus" model iPhone more than iPhone owners looking for a new device. This is actually because a majority of the Android handsets out there have a 5-inch or larger display while the iPhone 8/7/6 has a 4.7-inch panel while the Plus models have a 5.5-inch panel. Currently, the iPhone X has the largest panel in the iPhone lineup at 5.8-inches. © CIRP “In marketing iPhones, Apple attempts to persuade current users of Google's Android operating system to switch to its iOS operating system,” said Josh Lowitz, CIRP Partner, and Co-Founder. CIRP noted that its figures are based on a survey of 2,000 U.S. customers in a year ending this March. © MensXP Apple is expected to launch a larger 6.1-inch iPhone this year alongside an upgraded version of the iPhone X and the iPhone X Plus, which could further help Apple attract users from the Android ecosystem. Apple has also been running a 'Switch to iPhone' campaign for years and offers a 'Move to iOS app' for Android switches in the Google Play Store. Source: CIRP
  8. The iPhone is by far the biggest revenue generating product from Apple. However, in an attempt to offset the impact of a weakening smartphone market, the company has been focusing on services as a path to growth-ReutersApple Inc expects to ship 80...
  9. Maria Sharapova and Williams were due to clash in the fourth round on Monday but Serena Williams pulled out at the last minute of their eagerly-awaited grudge match with an injury. Photo: AFP PARIS: Maria Sharapova hit back at Serena Williams's...
  10. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi addressed a press conference in the federal capital here on Monday, May 28, 2018. Photo: Geo News screen grab ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Monday compared the current economic situation...
  11. A total of 33 players under contract to Sri Lanka Cricket will see match fees increase substantially. Photo: AFPCOLOMBO: Sri Lanka´s cricket board on Tuesday increased wages for national players by more than a third after making record profits in...
  12. As the results of Karnataka elections became clearer last evening, it became evident that no party could form the government easily. While the fractured mandate is not a good news for the people of the state, it's usually a once in a lifetime opportunity for fence sitting MLAs who see it as an opportunity to earn big bucks by putting a price on their win for either party willing to form a government. © Twitter But it's easier said than done. Parties usually pre-empt this kind of horse-trading by locking up their MLAs in fancy resorts and hotels, an all expense paid stay that may last till the government is formed. Congress did it during the Rajya Sabha voting for Ahmed Patel and they have done it again after the Karnataka elections. After Congress decided to support JDS in forming the government in Karnataka, 120 rooms were booked in Eagleton Resorts in the city of Bengaluru in order to foil any bids by BJP to poach their candidates. The parties had decided to hold legislature party meeting at the party office at 8am on Wednesday after which they were scheduled to leave for the resort till the confusion over government formation is cleared. © Twitter Earlier, Kerala Tourism took a sly dig at the ensuing post-election resort tourism by inviting the newly-elected MLAs to unwind at safe and beautiful resorts in God's Own Country. Kerala Tourism tweeted, "After the rough and tumble of the #KarnatakaVerdict, we invite all the MLAs to unwind at the safe and beautiful resorts of Gods Own Country. #ComeOutAndPlay." While it'll be interesting to see who comes out on top in the battle of Karnataka, Eagleton resorts would definitely consider itself as the sole winner in the bitter fought elections for sure.
  13. As the results of Karnataka elections became clearer last evening, it became evident that no party could form the government easily. While the fractured mandate is not a good news for the people of the state, it's usually a once in a lifetime opportunity for fence sitting MLAs who see it as an opportunity to earn big bucks by putting a price on their win for either party willing to form a government. © Twitter But it's easier said than done. Parties usually pre-empt this kind of horse-trading by locking up their MLAs in fancy resorts and hotels, an all expense paid stay that may last till the government is formed. Congress did it during the Rajya Sabha voting for Ahmed Patel and they have done it again after the Karnataka elections. After Congress decided to support JDS in forming the government in Karnataka, 120 rooms were booked in Eagleton Resorts in the city of Bengaluru in order to foil any bids by BJP to poach their candidates. The parties had decided to hold legislature party meeting at the party office at 8am on Wednesday after which they were scheduled to leave for the resort till the confusion over government formation is cleared. © Twitter Earlier, Kerala Tourism took a sly dig at the ensuing post-election resort tourism by inviting the newly-elected MLAs to unwind at safe and beautiful resorts in God's Own Country. Kerala Tourism tweeted, "After the rough and tumble of the #KarnatakaVerdict, we invite all the MLAs to unwind at the safe and beautiful resorts of Gods Own Country. #ComeOutAndPlay." While it'll be interesting to see who comes out on top in the battle of Karnataka, Eagleton resorts would definitely consider itself as the sole winner in the bitter fought elections for sure.
  14. WASHINGTON: Shares in Netflix Inc neared a record high on Tuesday after the online video streaming service reported a rise in subscriber additions for the fourth straight quarter.The shares rose more than 7 percent in premarket trading as at least...
  15. CAIRO: Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has been re-elected with 97 percent of votes, the same proportion that the former military commander secured four years ago for his first term but with a lower turnout, official results showed on...
  16. PTI chairman Imran Khan speaks to media in Lahore LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Saturday lashed out at rival Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) as he drew attention to provincial budget allocations.Addressing a...
  17. Pakistan army soldiers on Friday reached Kalanger village situated at Margalla hills to douse a fire, informed Inter-Services Public Relations. Photo: Geo News ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Army soldiers on Friday reached Kalanger village situated at...
  18. KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan's Bahadurabad faction representative Faisal Subzwari on Wednesday offered the party?s PIB faction leader Dr Farooq Sattar to nominate 40 percent members of the new joint Rabita Committee in a bid to resolve the intra-party conflict. The offer came a day after a five-member bench of the Election Commission of Pakistan in the case pertaining to the intra-party dispute on the position of the party convener ruled that Dr Sattar will no longer serve as the convener of Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P). Responding to the offer, Dr Sattar demanded that the share of his-nominated members should be extended to 50 percent. Subzwari expressed his desire to meet the party?s PIB chief at his residence along with the delegation of Bahadurabad group members; Sattar declined the request, and insisted that the meeting will be possible after the agreement between both factions on ?negotiation formula?. Speaking to Geo News, Subzwari informed that his faction has not yet agreed on any formula with Dr Sattar, and confirmed that Dr Sattar declined his request of a visit by the Bahaduarabad faction to his residence.
  19. Dropbox Inc. co-founders Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi at the Nasdaq Market Site in New York, US, March 23, 2018. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson Dropbox Inc?s shares closed at $28.42, up more than 35 percent in their first day of trading on Friday, as investors rushed to buy into the biggest technology initial public offering in more than a year even as the wider sector languished. The stock opened at $29 on the Nasdaq and soared as much as 50 percent to a high of $31.60 in early trading. At the stock?s opening price, Dropbox had a market valuation of $12.67 billion, well above the $10-billion valuation it had in its last private funding round. Its IPO priced at $21 per share late on Thursday, $1 above the projected range of $18 to $20, and was several times oversubscribed. The solid first-day pop came despite weakness in the wider US stock market. The S&P 500 slid 1.8 percent while Nasdaq dropped 2.4 percent, adding to losses of more than 2 percent each on Thursday. The S&P tech index was down 2.73 percent. Dropbox?s much-awaited debut ended a long dry spell in the US IPO market for big tech names. The last so-called tech unicorn to hit the market was Snap Inc last March, and the Snapchat owner is now trading roughly 4 percent below its $17 IPO price. ?In the case of Dropbox, investors get a chance to get exposure to a next-generation tech company, which is a proven business model,? said Tom Taulli, InvestorPlace.com analyst. The pop in Dropbox?s price may bode well for Spotify, valued at roughly $19 billion in the private market. The music streaming service has filed for a direct listing and will start trading on the New York Stock Exchange on April 3. ?Dropbox is going public at the right time. It has an attractive story to justify its need for financing and the market dynamics are good,? said Josh Lerner, professor of investment banking at Harvard Business School. ?But at the same time, the environment is also competitive?. The San Francisco-based company, which started as a free service to share and store photos, music and other large files, competes with Alphabet Inc?s Google, Microsoft Corp and Amazon.com Inc as well as Box Inc. It has yet to turn a profit, which is common for startups that invest heavily in growth. As a public company, Dropbox will be under pressure to quickly trim its losses. The 11-year old company reported revenue of $1.11 billion in 2017, up from $844.8 million a year earlier. Its net loss nearly halved from $210.2 million in 2016. ?The strong performance of the Dropbox IPO may open the door for more technology unicorns to IPO throughout the rest of 2018,? said Sohail Prasad, co-founder and co-chief executive of Equidate, a platform for trading of shares in private technology firms. ?If investors had bought Dropbox stock within the last six months, they?d be up over 75 percent.?
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