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4 ShareApps: File Transfer over the Air!
Often, we have difficulty transferring files to and from friends and family—whether music, video or photographs—when we are face to face. Mostly, we use a cable, Internet connection or Dropbox or Google Drive, each of which involves several steps.
In comes 4 ShareApps. Once installed on both the phones—the sender’s and the recipient’s—fire the app and decide what to send. The recipient has to merely accept the sender’s request and the file is transferred immediately—no cables, no USB, no usage of Internet data, no other tools to be used. As simple as that—over the air! You can share photos, videos, music, installed apps or other files, with unlimited file size and amazing speeds. You can even backup your apps to your SD Card.
 
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Trump's son releases email chain relating to meeting with Russian lawyer
Donald Trump Jr., President Donald Trump's eldest son, on Tuesday released the email chain relating to his meeting with a Russian attorney who allegedly promised to provide incriminating information about Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
 
In one email, publicist Rob Goldstone, who set up the meeting, tells Trump Jr. that the Russian lawyer would provide "some official documents and information that would incriminate Hillary and her dealings with Russia and would be very useful to your father," Efe news reports.
 
"This is obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russia and its government's support for Trump," Goldstone said in the email.
 
"Seems we have some time and if it's what you say I love it especially later in the summer," Trump Jr. replied on June 3, 2016.
 
Other emails provide details about the meeting with an individual identified as "the Russian government attorney who is flying over from Moscow."
 
Trump Jr. indicated that he would probably attend the meeting with the president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and then-campaign chairman Paul Manafort.
 
Kushner, senior White House adviser, and Manafort are being targeted by investigators looking for evidence of alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government.
 
The Russian lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, said in an exclusive interview with NBC News before the emails' release that she had no links to the Kremlin and provided no incriminating information about Clinton.
 
"I never had any damaging or sensitive information about Hillary Clinton. It was never my intention to have that," Veselnitskaya said.
 
The lawyer, however, said it was possible that Trump Jr. thought she might have such information.
 
"It is quite possible that maybe they were longing for such an information. They wanted it so badly that they could only hear the thought that they wanted," Veselnitskaya said.
 
The lawyer, who said she did not work for the Russian government, told NBC that Trump Jr. asked if she "had any financial records which might prove that the funds used to sponsor the D.N.C. (Democratic National Committee) were coming from inappropriate sources."
 
Veselnitskaya said the meeting was set up by a man she did not know.
 
"I never asked anybody for a particular meeting with Donald Trump Jr., or with anybody else," the Russian lawyer said.
 
 
Disclaimer: Information, facts or opinions expressed in this news article are presented as sourced from IANS and do not reflect views of Moneylife and hence Moneylife is not responsible or liable for the same. As a source and news provider, IANS is responsible for accuracy, completeness, suitability and validity of any information in this article.

 

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SBI not rushing towards bankruptcy code due to lack of ecosystem
The State Bank of India has not been "rushing towards" the new Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) to resolve cases of defaults as the entire ecosystem required for the new law has not so far been fully created, its chairperson Arundhati Bhattachrya said on Tuesday.
 
"The banking sector has in one voice asked for the Bankruptcy Code. As the country matures and evolves, it is necessary to have a judicial framework for orderly resolutions of assets. We cannot have makeshift structures that we were having earlier. So, we have been asking for a bankruptcy law and that has come.
 
"Now, the reason why we have not been rushing towards this is because with the law also you need to set up the ecosystem," she said.
 
Bhattacharya noted that first of all, the bench of National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has to be created, people have to be deputed on the bench and next, one needs to create an information utility, which has not come yet.
 
She also cited the requirement of certified and registered resolution professionals to go with the resolution process. 
 
"So, it has taken a little time for the law to be passed, rules to be notified and all the infrastructure to be created. Now, the ecosystem has begun getting created...it has been created, but not fully. And that is why we have seen that slowly the cases have been going on," she said. 
 
The SBI chief said all the 12 stressed accounts, which were identified by the Reserve Bank of India, were receiving its attention and it hoped to see fast resolution for the settlement of dues through the IBC.
 
"All of the stressed accounts are receiving our attention. As and when it will come up in front of the NCLT, we will be making our representations. And we hope that these resolutions will happen as fast as it currently laid out in the law," she said.
 
Last month, the apex bank had identified 12 large accounts with exposure of more than Rs 5,000 crore and more than 60 per cent of which is recognised as NPAs. Banks have to refer to the IBC for these accounts.
 
Bhattacharya said the amount of provisioning that needs to be made on the 12 stressed accounts would "slightly" be above of what the bank would have made in any case.
 
"It will obviously hit the bottomline (of SBI), but not to that extent," she said.
 
She was in the city for the inauguration of bank's wealth management services and Bhattacharya said the bank is among the first PSU lender to introduce such services. It is targeting to have SBI Exclusif outlets in 13 centres in the country in the current financial year.
 
 
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