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Cop lock on Mevani event

Cop lock on Mevani event

The case has been registered in Vishrambaug police station. Young politicians and activists are set to come under one roof at the All India Student's Summit 2018. They picked me up and then studen...

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Another JNU student Mukul Jain goes missing, police begin Probe

Another JNU student Mukul Jain goes missing, police begin Probe

Mukul had gone to meet one of his supervisors on the JNU campus, a Delhi Police official said. IGNOU's research unit director, Kaustuva Barik also confirmed that the student was registered with th...

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Inking of Israeli anti-tank missiles deal likely during Netanyahu's India visit

Inking of Israeli anti-tank missiles deal likely during Netanyahu's India visit

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will arrive on a six-day visit to India, starting from January 14. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in answer to a reporter's question about...

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Former Cleveland mayor Dennis Kucinich joins OH gubernatorial race

Former Cleveland mayor Dennis Kucinich joins OH gubernatorial race

Kucinich served eight terms in Congress before losing to U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, a fellow Democrat from Toledo, after redistricting. He was mayor of Cleveland from 1977 to 1979. John Kasich is term...

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Princess Charlotte Attends 1st Day of Nursery College

Princess Charlotte Attends 1st Day of Nursery College

This week, the world was given a glimpse of Princess Charlotte's bubbly personality as she confidently posed on the steps of her Kensington Palace home before her first day at Willcocks Nursery S...

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'Serious problem at home' : Rahul Gandhi tells Indians in Bahrain

'Serious problem at home' : Rahul Gandhi tells Indians in Bahrain

Mumbai, Jan 7 In a bid to "build momentum" ahead of Rahul Gandhi's visit to the city in March, the local Congress unit headed by Sanjay Nirupam today launched a campaign to make citizens aware about t...

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As Salvadorans Lose US Protections, Will Some Seek Asylum in Quebec?

As Salvadorans Lose US Protections, Will Some Seek Asylum in Quebec?

Homeland Security also said more than 39,000 Salvadorans have returned home from the U.S. in two years, demonstrating El Salvador's capacity to absorb people. In effect, many have been in the countr...

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Major blaze at recycling plant near Dublin Airport

Major blaze at recycling plant near Dublin Airport

There will be no impact on flights at Dublin Airport as a result of the fire, Dublin Live reports. Drones were also used to help the firefighters analyze the situation and decide where to direct the...

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'Big obstacles' still in the way in German coalition talks

'Big obstacles' still in the way in German coalition talks

Some SPD members are also concerned that a new grand coalition would make the AfD the main opposition party. She was hoping to seal a deal for the parties to start formal negotiations on a coali...

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Dolly Parton drops 'Dixie' from Branson dinner show name

Dolly Parton drops 'Dixie' from Branson dinner show name

In a statement, Parton said the name change will remove any confusion or concerns as the show expands across the world. World Choice CEO Jim Rule said the company continually listens to guests a...

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Total War: Three Kingdoms Announced

Total War: Three Kingdoms Announced

The Total War website does not give much away aside from the launch trailer that sets us at a time of great turmoil in China's history. In 190 CE, China is under the tyrant Dong Zhuo who wields his p...

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Francois-Philippe Champagne, Trade Minister, Says US Will 'Respect' Canada's WTO Complaint

Francois-Philippe Champagne, Trade Minister, Says US Will 'Respect' Canada's WTO Complaint

The Trudeau government appears to have adopted a good-cop, bad-cop strategy for saving NAFTA - coming up with some "creative" new proposals in response to unpalatable US demands while simultaneously s...

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All jewellery from Ritz Hotel heist 'recovered'

All jewellery from Ritz Hotel heist 'recovered'

As the men fled the scene, one of them hit and slightly injured a pedestrian. French police said on Thursday (Jan 11) they had recovered some of the jewels worth millions of euros looted from the Ri...

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Two dead as Pakistan protests over child killer turn violent

Two dead as Pakistan protests over child killer turn violent

It is the twelfth such incident to have take place in Kasur district in the past one year, the police said. 'I have nothing else to talk about today, except Zainab, ' she said at the end of a almost...

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Cabinet reshuffle: David Lidington replaces Damian Green

Cabinet reshuffle: David Lidington replaces Damian Green

They say Boris Johnson , David Davis and Amber Rudd will stay in place. Even though May's de facto deputy, Damian Green, stepped down last month after he was found to have misled the public abo...

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Pakistan's current army different from past: DG ISPR

Pakistan's current army different from past: DG ISPR

Pakistan's army chief says he received a phone call from the head of U.S. Central Command, Gen. Joseph Vogel, offering assurances that the United States would not unilaterally hit targets inside Pakis...

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Four judges of India's top court criticise Supreme Court

Four judges of India's top court criticise Supreme Court

Mumbai: There were tense scenes in the Republic TV office today when the Editor-In-Chief Arnab Goswami flew into a rage after the press conference by 4 Supreme Court judges. "This is not a political ...

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Ecuador gives #Assange citizenship, seeks solution with Britain

Ecuador gives #Assange citizenship, seeks solution with Britain

Ecuador gave Assange political asylum after he sought refuge in the embassy in 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden for investigation of sex-related claims. Ecuador's announcement came after several d...

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Tunisia arrests hundreds as protests against austerity grow

Tunisia arrests hundreds as protests against austerity grow

Protests erupted in at least 12 towns across Tunisia on Monday, among them the tourist towns of Sousse and Hammamet, against price and tax rises imposed by the government to reduce its ballooning d...

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Iran's supreme leader: Trump is unstable, has

Iran's supreme leader: Trump is unstable, has "psychotic" episodes

Unrest spread to more than 80 cities and rural towns as thousands of young and working class Iranians voiced anger at graft, unemployment and a deepening gap between rich and poor. In a rare public ap...

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Trump expected to extend waiver on Iran sanctions

Trump expected to extend waiver on Iran sanctions

In contrast with the U.S. position, the European Union is pushing for continued implementation of the agreement, which aims to prevent Iran from constructing nuclear weapons in return for the liftin...

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Trump's lower-key visit to Britain 'on hold'

Trump's lower-key visit to Britain 'on hold'

News that Mr Trump had ditched his visit in February to open the new USA embassy at Battersea was broken by the Daily Mail , which confirmed no new date had been offered for the trip. His itinerary h...

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Democrats ask Trump to address Russian Federation head-on in election meddling report

Democrats ask Trump to address Russian Federation head-on in election meddling report

Moscow has recently relied more heavily on state-owned overseas networks such as Sputnik and RT to carry out its will, even beyond larger nations like the US and the United Kingdom. Democrats complain...

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Report claims hackers could start a nuclear war through vulnerable weapons systems

Report claims hackers could start a nuclear war through vulnerable weapons systems

Inadvertent nuclear launches could stem from an unwitting reliance on false information and data. Nuclear weapons systems are under threat from criminal groups, hostile states and terrorist organi...

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Donald Trump: Haiti, African nations are

Donald Trump: Haiti, African nations are "shithole countries"

He then added: "We should have more people from places like Norway ". Somalia is such a s-hole that its stench infects nearby countries like Kenya - viz ., the Westgate Shopping Mall attack in Na...

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