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After much speculation over its built and specifications over past few months, South Korean giant Samsung on Wednesday launched its flagship device, Galaxy S8, that has a voice assistant.
The Lok Sabha on Wednesday passed the much-awaited Central Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill, Integrated GST Bill, Compensation GST Bill and Union Territory GST Bill 2017, after negating all the amendments put forward by the Opposition.
The University of Canterbury (UC) has reported an increase in enrolments this year, with an especially significant rise of 20% in international students.
In a build up to the Social Enterprise World Forum (SEWF) 2017, scheduled to be held in Christchurch between September 27 and 29, Noble laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus will be in the City on April 9.
Christchurch Go Bus driver Arvinder Singh, who has been with the company since September 2015, was recently adjudged the runner-up in the race for the title of ‘Go Bus Driver of the Year’.
“The attack was unprovoked. I was standing at the counter when one of them started blowing punches on me and when I tried to defend myself, he threw a crate of liquor bottles on me,” Mr Singh said.
Currently, the average Indian voter’s thinking and behaviour are aligned with trends seen overseas where middle-class voters are increasingly seen getting closer to the political right.
“We have grown up in the Rafi-Mukesh and Naushad era, and these old yet evergreen songs just throw us back into our childhood memories,” a member of the audience said.
NZ Telangana City Boys and Desi Warriors competed for the championship in the final match with NZ Telangana pinching the title in a thrilling final.
Two Sikh boys have died after a car crash in Christchurch on Tuesday, March 28.

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