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Sher Bahadur Deuba elected Nepal PM

Sher Bahadur Deuba elected Nepal PM

Deuba 70, has the support of more than 50% of the lawmakers.He needs to secure 297 votes in the 593 strong parliament to prove his majority during Tuesday's election. However, he is under the pressure to pick Sitaula as the DPM as he leads an emerging powerful faction in the party and is well-skilled and experienced in inter-party negotiations.


Battleborn's Free Trial Makes Competitive Modes Free to Play

Battleborn's Free Trial Makes Competitive Modes Free to Play

Gearbox has launched a free trial version of Battleborn that makes the game free-to-play. After many rumors across social media, Gearbox finally releases the free version of MOBA-ish first-person shooter Battleborn (though not completely free).


OnePlus Will Unveil the OnePlus 5 on June 20th

OnePlus Will Unveil the OnePlus 5 on June 20th

Keep an eye on the website at https://oneplus.net/launch for the online event on the big day. There will also be several pop-up events in various countries around the world, including London, New York and Berlin, where the phone will be shown off to a live audience.



Apple redesigns App Store with new Today, Games and Apps tabs

Speaking at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference ( WWDC ) here late on Monday, CEO Tim Cook said this year "it is going to be the best and biggest WWDC ever". The devices are powered by Apple's A10X Fusion chip and are said to be 30 per cent faster than the outgoing models. Next up in tech is Apple's new version of macOS is called High Sierra which is launched with new Safari browser.



IOS 11: Apple's Familiar Yet Wildly Futuristic OS

You will also be able to create slideshows or memory movies around a particular event using the Photos app. iPads will now be MUCH more like MacBooks, in that they'll get a customisable dock at the bottom of the screen that'll be familiar to macOS users everywhere.



NASA Considering Using Pre-flown SpaceX Rockets for Cargo Flights

The refurbished Dragon spaceship is packed with almost 6,000 pounds of provisions and biological, astrophysics and space technology experiments. Over the past year and a half, SpaceX has gotten the knack of having its Falcon 9 first-stage boosters fly themselves back for landings and recoveries.