Army officer, three soldiers martyred in Pakistan firing on LoC in Rajouri
Veeri said dialogue and reconciliation is the only way to restore peace along the borders in Jammu and Kashmir and in the mainland.
The tech giant will need to formally ask for European Commission approval after Brussels revealed it would example the deal following requests from seven countries. However, the deal required approval from regulators in Austria under merger rules there, and it has made a decision to bounce the investigation up to the EC.
Apple in December confirmed that it's acquiring UK-based music discovery service Shazam in a deal worth $400m touting the service as a "natural fit" for Apple Music, and it's expected that Apple plans to integrate Shazam's song ID technology into the next version iOS. The deal serves multiple purposes for Apple beyond hooks into services such as Apple Music. And because Shazam is based in the United Kingdom, the European Commission can investigate the deal legally.
First modern Britons had dark skin, blue eyes, DNA analysis reveals
The skeleton's genetic profile places him among the Mesolithic-era Europeans and describes him as a "Western Hunter-Gatherer". The researchers say the evidence suggests that Europeans' light skin coloring developed much later than experts had thought.
Austria, France, Iceland, Italy, Norway, Spain and Sweden requested that the Commission assess the acquisition as the proposed bid did not meet the revenue threshold to trigger an European Union review. Whether or not this will affect the deal remains to be seen, but then again regulators investigating acquisitions that could result in a monopoly or anti-competitive behavior isn't new and is sometimes to be expected. It may incorporate the app's song-identifying technology into Apple Music, but if it shuts the app down Sweden-based Spotify would lose referrals.
The reason behind their requests is that they're concerned Apple's buying of the market-leading music recognition app could actually have fundamentally adverse effects on competition across borders.
Natalie Wood mystery: Police looking to question husband Robert Wagner
Wood's sister Lana, 71, said she was pleased after Wagner was named a " person of interest " in her "suspicious" death. But the case was reopened in 2011 after the captain said he heard the couple arguing the night of her disappearance.