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Pokémon Go: People driving while playing the game have caused millions in damages in just five months
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Pokémon Go: People driving while playing the game have caused millions in damages in just five months

Mara Faccio and John McConnell are working on a paper with the title ‘Death by Pokémon Go’ where they are highlighting the dark side of the popular AR game.

Eastern Indiana couple pleads guilty for stealing merchandise worth more than $1.2 million from Amazon
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Eastern Indiana couple pleads guilty for stealing merchandise worth more than $1.2 million from Amazon

US Attorney Josh Minkler said the Muncie couple bought hundreds of electronics items from Amazon using hundreds of fake online identities.

Infosys to hire 10,000 Americans trained by Purdue University over next two years
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Infosys to hire 10,000 Americans trained by Purdue University over next two years

The partnership between Infosys and Purdue university also envisages learning opportunities via online courses.

IBM to appeal against a ruling that calls for a payment of $78 million for failing to modernize welfare system
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IBM to appeal against a ruling that calls for a payment of $78 million for failing to modernize welfare system

IBM and Indiana in 2006 signed a contract under which the company would modernize the state's welfare system.

US mayors to Donald Trump: Tougher immigration orders meddle with cities, push communities away
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US mayors to Donald Trump: Tougher immigration orders meddle with cities, push communities away

Mayors are warning President Donald Trump that toughening immigration enforcement and crackdown on illegal immigrants meddles with US cities' affairs.

Donald Trump's hunt for new FBI director broadens, former TSA boss among candidates
World

Donald Trump's hunt for new FBI director broadens, former TSA boss among candidates

Trump is still on the hunt for a new FBI director three weeks after he fired James Comey.

Here are deeper details of Vishal Sikka's US hiring blueprint for Infosys
World

Here are deeper details of Vishal Sikka's US hiring blueprint for Infosys

Less than 24 hours after the global media spray of Infosys’ decision to hire 10,000 US workers starting with 2,000 in the state of Indiana, the White House called the sudden move a "political victory” while Infosys is pitching this potentially outsize investment in America’s midwest as part of its “zero distance” client servicing model.

Infosys plan for 10000 US hires douses H1B heat; wonks cool to Vishal Sikka Indiana pitch
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Infosys plan for 10000 US hires douses H1B heat; wonks cool to Vishal Sikka Indiana pitch

Infosys’ A team hogged the headlines both in the sleepy US midwest and leading dailies across the country after CEO Vishal Sikka spoke at length in Indianapolis Tuesday on the company’s decision to hire 10,000 US workers starting with 500 in the first tranche.

Throwback Thursday: Strange series to watch after binge watching Stranger Things
Entertainment

Throwback Thursday: Strange series to watch after binge watching Stranger Things

After you are done with Stranger Things, you can take your pick from watching The X-Files, Twin Peaks or even Eerie, Indiana.

Hillary Clinton consolidates her position in three crucial swing states: US media report
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Hillary Clinton consolidates her position in three crucial swing states: US media report

Continuing her momentum post conventions, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has consolidated her position in three key swing states, which gives her enough electoral college votes to be the next president of the US, CNN said.

Indiana court tosses Purvi Patel's feticide conviction; upholds lower-level felony charges
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Indiana court tosses Purvi Patel's feticide conviction; upholds lower-level felony charges

The Indiana Court of Appeals overturned the feticide conviction of a woman found guilty of killing her premature infant by taking abortion-inducing drugs, saying Friday the state's law wasn't intended to be used "to prosecute women for their own abortions."

Donald Trump and his running mate Mike Pence don't agree on key policies
World

Donald Trump and his running mate Mike Pence don't agree on key policies

Pence is in many ways what Trump is not: a strong social conservative with deep ties to the party's establishment.

Donald Trump meets Mike Pence as search for running mate continues
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Donald Trump meets Mike Pence as search for running mate continues

Pence is a steady, staunch conservative who would help calm nervous Republican wary of Trump's impulsive style.

Once a political outsider, now a Republican nominee: Here is Donald Trump's journey
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Once a political outsider, now a Republican nominee: Here is Donald Trump's journey

Republican front-runner Donald Trump went from long-shot contender to become the party's presumptive nominee on Tuesday with a commanding win in Indiana, and the party began to coalesce around him as top rival Ted Cruz bowed out of the race.

Donald Trump virtually clinches Republican nomination as Ted Cruz crashes out
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Donald Trump virtually clinches Republican nomination as Ted Cruz crashes out

In a stunning triumph for a political outsider, Donald Trump all but clinched the Republican presidential nomination Tuesday with a resounding victory in Indiana that knocked rival Ted Cruz out of the race and cleared Trump's path to a likely November face-off with Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.

Trump eyes knockout blow against Cruz in Indiana
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Trump eyes knockout blow against Cruz in Indiana

The latest contest in the 2016 race for the White House is seen as a day of reckoning for the movement to "stop Trump" led by his closest rival Ted Cruz.

Trump: I'm not angry at China or India, I'm angry with our 'grossly incompetent' leaders
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Trump: I'm not angry at China or India, I'm angry with our 'grossly incompetent' leaders

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has said he is angry at the "incompetent" American leadership and not at countries like India, China, Japan or Vietnam, which he alleged are taking away jobs from the United States.

Golf: Anirban Lahiri's birdie-spree takes him to second place at Indiana
Sports

Golf: Anirban Lahiri's birdie-spree takes him to second place at Indiana

Lahiri hit only 50 per cent of the 14 fairways and found only 11 greens in regulation but his putting was the key.

First black bear spotted in Indiana in 144 years
Life

First black bear spotted in Indiana in 144 years

A black bear has been spotted in Indiana for the first time in more than 140 years, state wildlife officials said on Tuesday.

Media sensationalism or bad defence? Purvi Patel's foeticide case sparks debate among Indian Americans
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Media sensationalism or bad defence? Purvi Patel's foeticide case sparks debate among Indian Americans

Recently, Purvi Patel, a 33-year-old Indian-American woman made history by becoming the woman in the US to be charged, convicted and sentenced for foeticide and child neglect.