Some Xbox controllers are failing to respond to button presses – CNET

Microsoft acknowledges that Series X controllers may suffer from responsiveness problems….

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Will meet its need for containers from domestic manufacturers: Concor

The Container Corporation of India on Friday said it will meet its annual need for around 8,000 containers from domestic manufacturers and no longer depend on China for its requirement. Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal on Friday called on the industry to “seriously explore” the possibility of containers being manufactured in India “given its chronic shortage for exports”. The Container Corporation of India (Concor), which spends about Rs 200 crore annually on procurement of containers, has already given a developmental order for 1,000 containers each to public sector undertakings Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL) and Braithwaite & Co. Concor will soon issue tenders for the remaining 6,000 containers wherein only domestic firms will be able to participate under certain government rules. “As of now, all containers are imported because there is no manufacturing capability in India. We want to push India as a manufacturing hub for containers. “Our requirement is 8,000 … …

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Best floor jacks for 2021 – Roadshow

There’s a dizzying array of different car jacks out there. This guide will help you choose one that’s right for you….

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Some LGBTQ People Are Saying ‘No Thanks’ to the Covid Vaccine

Evidence suggests that some sexual and gender minorities — especially people of color — are hesitant to get vaccinated due to mistrust of the medical establishment. …

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David Mintz, Whose Tofutti Made Bean Curd Cool, Dies at 89

He set out to create an ice cream substitute for people who keep kosher. He created a phenomenon, also loved by vegans, diabetics and people with milk allergies. …

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Scottish government discounted legal advice to give up fight with Salmond

Latest documents to be released reveal former first minister had Nicola Sturgeon ‘in the crosshairs’Legal advice to concede in the court battle with Alex Salmond was “discounted” by senior figures in the Scottish government, including the first minister, according to newly released documents which also reveal a stark warning that the former first minister had his successor, Nicola Sturgeon, “in the crosshairs”.The latest documents to be released to the Holyrood inquiry into the handling of sexual harassment complaints against Salmond include a joint note from external counsel on 17 December 2018, several weeks before the government finally conceded in the judicial review of the process brought by Salmond. Continue reading… …

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Spotted – Sayani Gupta Twirling in the Latest M&S Spring Collection Jersey Dress

Spring is synonymous to new beginnings, flowers and lots of colour. Keeping up with the season the latest spring collection from M&S offers a mix of versatile prints and pop-up colours. Shop the dress from Marks & Spencer Popular Bollywood actress Sayani Gupta was seen celebrating spring, twirling her way in a tiered floral mini dress from their Spring 21’collection. This versatile bold floral print jersey is a spring must-have which scores high on comfort and fashion alike! On sporting the dress, Sayani Gupta says “Loved…

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‘How much more can we allow the Myanmar military to get away with?’ U.N. envoy asks

“It is critical that this council is resolute and coherent in putting the security forces on notice and standing with the people of Myanmar firmly, in support of the clear November election results,” Christine Schraner Burgener said. …

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John McAfee charged with fraud over cryptocurrency

The businessman is accused of promoting cryptocurrency to his followers to inflate prices. …

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Sindhu, Srikanth in Swiss Open semifinals

PV Sindhu saved the blushes for India with a 21-16, 23-21 victory against Busanan Ongamrungphan of Thailand to sail into the semifinals of the Swiss Open BWF Super-300 tournament in Basel. Earlier on Friday, Sai Praneeth, Ajay Jayaram and the mixed doubles pair of Satwiksairaj Rankireddy and Ashwini Ponnappa were knocked out of the tournament….

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Francis Begins Visit to Iraq, in ‘Duty to a Land Martyred’

The pope’s four-day trip is intended to nurture ties with Shiite Muslims and encourage a Christian population decimated by years of strife. …

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10 Women Changing the Landscape of Leadership

In critical fields like agriculture, science, finance and technology, they have staked a claim with their pioneering work and are building a path for the next generation. …

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