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SUN SUNI KHABAR JANUARY 21st 2016


BAY AREA AIRPORTS GEAR UP FOR SUPER BOWL TRAFFIC

Bay Area airports are gearing up for a possible gridlock in the sky during Super Bowl 50 weekend. The Bay Area is expected to draw in a steady crowd leading up to Super Bowl Sunday which will be held at Levi's Stadium. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will restrict air space on the days before and after Super Bowl 50. Private planes are being asked to register in advance in order to fly in and out of most Bay Area airports. Aircrafts are also being assigned dedicated routes.

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http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/FAA-Restricting-Bay-Area-Air-Space-to-Control-Expected-1200-Planes-Arriving-for-Super-Bowl-50-365998851.html

HEAVY SNOWSTORM TO HIT THE EAST COAST

A potentially historic snowstorm has been forecast for the East Coast this weekend, with heavy snow expected to blanket parts of at least 15 states. As of today morning, more than 80 mn people were covered by either a blizzard watch or winter storm watch from southeast Nebraska to the Carolinas to the New York City area, according to The Weather Channel. A major part of the storm is likely to hit Washington, D.C., which could get around 2 feet of snow plus dangerous blizzard conditions from Friday through Sunday. Baltimore, Maryland, could also be hit by a blizzard.

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http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-35370819

PUTIN 'PROBABLY' APPROVED THE MURDER OF AN EX-SPY: REPORT

An inquiry has found that Russian Premier Vladimir Putin 'probably' approved the murder of an ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko in 2006 in the U.K. Putin is likely to have signed off the poisoning Litvinenko 'probably' due to personal differences between the pair. However The Russian Foreign Ministry has said the public inquiry was 'politicized.' Litvinenko's work for for British intelligence agencies, his criticism of Putin, and his association with other Russian dissidents are possible motives for his killing.

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http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-35370819

GOOGLE CHROME TO GET A SPEED BOOST

Google will begin to roll out an update to Chrome which will speed up browser speeds considerably. The update contains a new data compression algorithm called Brotli, which Google first unveiled in September. It compresses the size of a website down by 26% more than Chrome's previous compression tool, Zopfli. Data compression minimizes data so that it takes up less space and is easier to transfer. Dense data compression helps in faster transmission through the Internet.

For more on the story log on to

http://time.com/4187448/google-chrome-update-brotli/


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