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Bob Dylan and Neil Young share Hyde Park stage

Bob Dylan and Neil Young share Hyde Park stage

Entertainment
Bob Dylan and Neil Young co-headlined a UK gig for the first time as the sun set over London's Hyde Park on Friday."I've never played in daylight before!" joked Young, who went on stage first, adding "it's great to see everybody."The event, which was originally billed as part of the Barclaycard presents BST series, went ahead as a solo concert without any sponsorship.That's after he refused to perform at a festival bearing the name of what he called "a fossil fuel-funding entity".Neil Young says Hyde Park show will proceed without Barclaycard as sponsorOn site, fans applauded the Canadian's decision to pull rank in order to make an environmental point. One fan told the BBC: "If an old rocker wants to pull his weight and knock som...
I-T department to share details of assets, accounts of loan defaulters with banks: CBDT

I-T department to share details of assets, accounts of loan defaulters with banks: CBDT

Finance
Income tax authorities will share details of assets of borrowers and their guarantors with public sector banks in case of loan defaults. The move is aimed at preventing promoters from siphoning off assets that are not disclosed to banks and comes close on the heels of the income tax department and goods and services tax authorities deciding to share details about taxpayers and defaulters with each other. Decision to share details to banks comes in the backdrop of borrowers not disclosing complete assets to lenders to safeguard them being party of any recovery proceedings But, banks will also have to do their bit for the department. Banks will need to furnish no objection certificate from jurisdictional Commissioner of the loan defaulter before appropriation of the surplus amount recovered ...
Ashley James strips naked to share empowering body confidence message

Ashley James strips naked to share empowering body confidence message

Entertainment
And Ashley James stripped completely naked to send yet another empowering message to her Instagram followers on Monday.The former Made In Chelsea looked happy and relaxed as she flaunted every inch of her incredible curves in a steamy bathtub snap.Uploading to her 216,000 followers, the blonde bombshell strategically covered her bare breasts and ditched the makeup as she took a soak.The stunning model candidly admitted that despite not working out as much recently she still feels positive about her shape. Related Articles She wrote: “Splish splash, I was taking a bath.“A combination of travelling a lot and being injured has left me a lil’ [sic] less toned than I usually am but am I less able of having fun? No.I've had the best few months of my life. Do I still feel desirable? Absolutely
Snapchat to allow users to share stories on Tinder

Snapchat to allow users to share stories on Tinder

Technology
By Sophie Penney, news reporter Snapchat users will now be able to share their stories directly to Tinder, the popular dating app.The multimedia messaging service's new feature is expected to be integrated later this year as part of the newly launched App Stories, announced on Thursday at its Partner Summit in Los Angeles. When users go to publish a photo or video taken on Snapchat, they can currently choose whether to share the "snap" as a story or send it to specific recipients.Under the new plans, a My Tinder Story option will appear - giving users the ability to upload their posts directly to Tinder.It is not clear how the stories will appear in Tinder as the project is still under development. Adve...
Scientists share plans for planetwide biodiversity census

Scientists share plans for planetwide biodiversity census

Science
March 11 (UPI) -- Biologists and data scientists have developed a plan for tracking the numbers and locations of the planet's millions of plant and animal species -- a global biodiversity census of sorts. The new bio-tracking plan -- published this week in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution -- features new strategies for collecting, organizing and translating massive amounts of biodiversity data for decision-makers, including policy-makers and wildlife managers. "There are so many gaps in our knowledge of biodiversity where we don't have the capacity to properly make decisions because of data limitations," Robert Guralnick, associate curator of biodiversity informatics at the Florida Museum of Natural History, said in a news release. "This paper really throws the gauntlet down in t...