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British-Irish boyband One Direction is to take a break next year, two members said on Monday, quickly reassuring the group's passionate fanbase that they had no plans to split up. The comments followed a report in British newspaper The Sun citing a "1D source" that the band was to separate for at least a year, leaving the band's enormous global teenage following devastated.

Watching a movie has traditionally been a largely passive experience. But what if the person watching could influence what happens on-screen via their brainwaves? An experimental short-film called 'Scanners' aims to create a platform that bridges the gap between digital arts and neuroscience.
Bridge is a thinking game. Without giving a close thought to the possible sources that can provide that extra trick that you need for the making of your tight contract bid, one would always be a loser. For those who play first and think later, Bridge becomes a game of anguish and regrets. But the successful Bridge player is the one who keep his wits about, gives his moves a deep thought first by meticulous planning with enough foresight to anticipate how the defence can hold his tracks.
Pocket-sized personal transporters could soon be seen on the streets of Tokyo. A Japanese engineer has developed a portable transporter small enough to be carried in a backpack that he says is the world's first 'car in a bag'. Twenty-six-year-old Kuniako Sato and his team at Cocoa Motors recently unveiled the lithium battery-powered "WalkCar" transporter, which is the size of a laptop and resembles a skateboard more than a car.
An exhibition titled "Titans: History in your hands" recently at Sanat Gallery, Karachi was one of its kind in Karachi. The exhibition featured rare and unique autographs and memorabilia from world renowned personalities including different posters and photographs and music instruments and shoes and gloves worn by the titans of their respective fields. Every piece was of historic value bearing autographs from heroes in the fields of sports and music.
On a warm August evening in Madrid a steady stream of tanned customers parade out of a tanning salon - even in sunny Spain, the need to catch some rays can turn into an addiction. The Spanish capital receives an average of 2,749 hours of sunshine per year, according to the Spanish weather agency, double the amount received by London. That does not stop Macarena Garcia, a university student, from seeking out UV rays.
News, airline and social media sites often nag their users to install their own special apps, instead of visiting the sites with a smartphone browser. Often there's not much of a visible difference between what the app provides and what you see on the regular mobile website. But Achim Barczok of German computer magazine c't says there are real differences under the hood.
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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-2.378 bln
Exports $2.016 bln
Imports $4.394 bln
WeeklyAugust 27, 2015
Reserves $18.509 bln