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In his weekly column in Saamana , Raut said the NCP chief Sharad Pawar told him that Modi wished to include his daughter Supriya in the cabinet. He described such reports as the height of stupidity. Raut's claims have triggered the speculation of the NCP shifting their allegiance from the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) to the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA).
  • Policemen killed In North Sinai Attack Claimed By ISIS

    Policemen killed In North Sinai Attack Claimed By ISIS

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    After destructing the vehicles, the attack turned later into a gunfight and four ambulance workers were injured, according to Reuters . Two police lieutenants were among the dead. Moreover, IS group claimed responsibility on the attack through affiliated media outlet of "Ammaq". Five policemen, including three officers, were also injured in the shootout.
  • Seven arrests made Sunday during rallies in downtown Portland

    Seven arrests made Sunday during rallies in downtown Portland

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    Vancouver police officials told KOIN 6 News they are prepared to handle whatever crowds may show up. Police said seven people were arrested during Sunday's rallies in downtown Portland. Authorities had previously announced a heightened police presence due to past violence between the opposition groups. "Portland Police will focus on ensuring that people's right for freedom of expression and speech is protected".
  • Trump marks 16th anniversary of 9/11 attacks

    Trump marks 16th anniversary of 9/11 attacks

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    The pair exited the White House at precisely 8:45 AM and strode hand in hand onto the lawn to prepare for the moment of silence. The first couple raised their gaze a minute later and the president unclasped his hands, signaling a trumpeter to begin performing military taps.
  • North Korea to launch ICBM Saturday, South Korea prime minister says

    North Korea to launch ICBM Saturday, South Korea prime minister says

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    The proposal followed Pyongyang's sixth and most powerful missile test it claimed involved a hydrogen bomb. In a sign of the worldwide stakes over Pyongyang's latest test, China said on Thursday that it had lodged a diplomatic protest with South Korea over its increased deployment of a United States anti-missile system to counter the North Korean threat.
  • China Supports UN Action on North Korea While Urging Talks

    China Supports UN Action on North Korea While Urging Talks

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    Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping committed on a phone call on Wednesday to "take further action with the goal of achieving the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula", the White House said. China urges the US and South Korea to halt the THAAD deployment on the Korean peninsula as soon as possible, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said during a regular press briefing on Wednesday.
  • A baby born amid Hurricane Irma's chaos has the flawless name

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    Emergency responders later took the mother and her newborn to a hospital, where both were in stable condition, Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado told the Today show . "We made contact with the assistant medical director here". NBC Miami said the mother and child were taken to the North Miami beach Senior High School shelter.
  • SSC CPO 2017 result declared; how to check on ssc

    SSC CPO 2017 result declared; how to check on ssc

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    A recent notification from SSC regarding the SSC MTS examination said the computer based examination which was scheduled from September 16 to October 26.10.2017 would now be held from 16.09.2017 to October 31, which includes 4 additional days i.e.
  • How to track Hurricane Jose and Hurricane Katia in real time

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    Jose has maximum sustained winds around 90 miles per hour, and forecasters expect it will be upgraded to a major hurricane by Friday. And Category 5 Irma is forecast to hit South Florida on Sunday. The storm is expected to continue moving this direction over the next few days. It's now about 180 miles northeast of Veracruz, and it's barely moving.
  • Family to sue school over boys in dresses

    Family to sue school over boys in dresses

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    Nigel Rowe, 44, and his wife Sally, 42, said their child had come home "confused as to why and how a boy was now a girl" after his classmate wore female uniform. A spokesperson for a Diocese of Portsmouth said: "Our schools are inclusive, safe spaces where pupils learn to respect diversity of all kinds. We comply with the legal requirements of the Equality Act 2010 and believe that all should feel welcomed, valued and nurtured as part of a learning community".
  • Looming scenario in Rohingya crisis

    Looming scenario in Rohingya crisis

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    Fresh violence erupted in Rakhine almost two weeks ago when security forces launched an operation against the Rohingya community. Myanmar denies Rohingya exist as an ethnic group and says those living in Rakhine are illegal migrants from Bangladesh .
  • Hurricane Irma: Troy University closing as storm projected to track through Alabama

    Hurricane Irma: Troy University closing as storm projected to track through Alabama

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    There were only about 50 hotel rooms still available for Saturday night in Lauderdale County, said Alison Stanfield, director of operations of the Florence-Lauderdale Tourism Office. Rainfall-From 1.5 to four inches, with locally heavier rainfall and the potential for localized flash flooding. Miami, though, is still in a precarious position, with heavy rain and storm surge forecasted.
  • Hyderabad schoolgirl forced to stand in boys' loo as punishment

    Hyderabad schoolgirl forced to stand in boys' loo as punishment

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    Minister K T Rama Rao condemned the inhuman act and tweeted that he Will take it up with Minister of Education for appropriate action on the school. The girl said that the PTI teacher had caught her while on way to the first floor. "Shift me to some other school" she pleaded with her parent. "Some students from Class 4 saw me in the washroom and laughed at me". "This act of abuse has had a bad impact on my child and hurt her dignity", he said.
  • Kremlin Rules Out Suspension of Russian Oil Supplies to North Korea

    Kremlin Rules Out Suspension of Russian Oil Supplies to North Korea

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    South Korean President Moon Jae-in and President Trump agreed to lift restrictions that will allow Seoul to increase the explosive power of its missiles and to buy billions more in USA -made weapons. According to a statement from South Korea's presidential office, Moon and Trump agreed to remove the limit on the payload of South Korean missiles in response to the North's nuclear test .
  • Putin thinks N.Korea crisis will not go nuclear, diplomacy to prevail

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    Vladimir Putin has said he believes world leaders can use "common sense" and ease tensions over North Korea through diplomatic means. Moon and Putin met on the sidelines of the economic summit Wednesday , where the South Korean leader tried to persuade his Russian counterpart to agree to banning oil exports to North Korea .
  • Aussie ad showing Hindu deity eating lamb sparks official complaint by India

    Aussie ad showing Hindu deity eating lamb sparks official complaint by India

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    Ron Hubbard and Greek Goddess Aphrodite sitting around a lamb lunch. The Indian High Commission in Canberra released a statement saying that the ad was "offensive" and "hurt the religious sentiments of the Indian community". The government's intervention was welcomed by the US-based president of the Universal Society of Hinduism, Rajan Zed, but he said MLA directors Michele Allan and Richard Norton should resign for "upsetting consumers".
  • Forecasters: Jose, Katia now hurricanes

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    Jose is officially the 10th named storm of hurricane season, followed by Katia who comes in at #11. It's still unclear how Irma will affect the United States, though Florida is bracing for a possible hit. Officials warn that the slow-moving storm is likely to continue gaining strength and could potentially make landfall to Florida later this week. "Pretty much everyone at this point is very done with hurricane season".
  • What We Know about the Climate Change-Hurricane Connection

    What We Know about the Climate Change-Hurricane Connection

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    While there is tremendous agreement among scientists about the basic science of climate change, politics and social media have created an atmosphere where a lot of incorrect information is being bantered about. "Hurricanes derive their energy from heat released from the evaporation of warm ocean water". The greatest threat to Americans is climate silence, not climate scientists.
  • Officials Assess Damage To South Florida Airports From Hurricane Irma

    Officials Assess Damage To South Florida Airports From Hurricane Irma

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    Commercial flights will cease at West Palm Beach Airport at 7:00 p.m., at Fort Lauderdale's airport at 7:45 p.m. and at Key West Airport at 8 p.m. on Friday. Irma's downgrade comes a day before it was scheduled to make landfall in Florida , but the hurricane remained " life threatening ", according to the National Hurricane Center , as it packed winds of 150 miles an hour.
  • Putin opposes tougher sanctions against N. Korea

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    The Russian leader also lashed out at the United States, saying it was preposterous for Washington to ask for Moscow's help with North Korea after sanctioning Russian companies whom U.S officials accused of violating North Korea sanctions.