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Delhi Police has begun an inquiry after a photograph showing controversial godwoman Radhe Maa sitting on the SHO's chair in the Vivek Vihar police station surfaced online, a senior official said today. She later moved to Mumbai and formed her base there. Earlier, on April 28, the Bombay High Court had asked the police to record the statement of a city resident who had alleged that sRadhe Maa had instigated her in-laws to harass her for dowry.
  • How North Korea Sells Illegal Arms, Despite Sanctions

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    A United Nations probe later found that the order had been made by Egyptian businessmen on behalf of the Egyptian military while taking stringent measures to keep the transaction hidden from public eyes. According to Andrea Berger, a North Korea specialist and senior research associate at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, California, Egypt still has diplomatic ties with Pyongyang and military ties dating back to the 1970s, which are hard to break.
  • Finally, hartal will be on October 16

    Finally, hartal will be on October 16

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    Two matches are scheduled at Kochi on October 13. Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala in his statement said that many were demanding that the hartal be postponed. The state finance minister Thomas Isaac acted like a spokesperson for the centre on GST, he said. Price of all essential commodities have gone up, he alleged and said it has become hard to have food from hotels and restaurants.
  • Arpaio's Pardon From Trump to Stand After Court Challenge

    Arpaio's Pardon From Trump to Stand After Court Challenge

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    U.S. Judge Susan Bolton, who found Arpaio guilty of the misdemeanor, has said case law suggests a pardon doesn't erase a recipient's underlying record of conviction and instead is aimed at lessening or canceling punishment. "This defendant will never be held accountable for his criminal contempt of court of Judge Snow's order", Keller said. Lawyers from the Department of Justice agreed with Arpaio's attorneys, arguing that the pardon should be upheld and orders vacated.
  • Australia to US: Here's how to get tough on gun control

    Australia to US: Here's how to get tough on gun control

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    Following Sunday night's shooting massacre in Las Vegas, Nevada, the gun control debate is back at the center of attention with the same contentions flying back and forth between gun control advocates and gun owners. Furthermore, the NFA offered legal amnesty for illegal gun owners who turned in their weapons, which made for a strong incentive to get as many handguns off the streets as possible.
  • After Vegas attack, Republicans put gun silencer bill on hold

    After Vegas attack, Republicans put gun silencer bill on hold

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    According to an International Business Times report , Stephen Paddock , the 64-year-old suspect in the shooting, allegedly had more than 10 firearms in his hotel room at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino. It is illegal to openly carry weapons into a government building, airport, school, or childcare facility. "When someone has that kind of mentality, it doesn't matter what kind of laws you have", Turner told Hopper.
  • Robbery Tunnel in Brazil

    Robbery Tunnel in Brazil

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    Police in Brazil have foiled what could have been the largest bank heist in history. This after authorities discovered an elaborate tunnel stretching almost 1,500 feet connecting a branch of the Bank of Brazil to a neighboring house. Gang members have spent about 4 million Brazilian real (4.6 million TL) for illuminated tunnel, which is supported by wood and iron. The vault reportedly contained $317 million.
  • Kyrgios storms home at China Open

    Kyrgios storms home at China Open

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    Puig initiated fundraising efforts on social media after Hurricane Maria devastated her native Puerto Rico and Kyrgios has been actively championing the cause. "I just wanted to go out there today and kind of redeem myself a little bit from past year", he said, adding: "I just wanted to prove to myself how much I have improved".
  • Mattis breaks with Trump and backs United States staying in Iran nuclear deal

    Mattis breaks with Trump and backs United States staying in Iran nuclear deal

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    The US has said it will "try one more time" to work with Pakistan to end its support for terrorists even as a top American general accused the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) of having ties to terror groups. To accommodate the shift, the Pentagon will deploy 3,000 additional troops in the coming months to join Afghan units that do not now have US advisers.
  • USA intercepts Egypt-North Korea arms shipment

    USA intercepts Egypt-North Korea arms shipment

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    The ship carrying the weapons to Egypt was spotted in the summer of 2016 by United States intelligence, which tracked it as it left North Korea with a North Korean crew and watched it sail westward toward the Gulf of Aden and the Suez Canal .
  • White House Press Secretary chokes back tears while discussing Las Vegas massacre

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    Sanders told stories of people who protected strangers as the shooter rained down gunfire from his hotel room; another couple fled the shooting and returned in their pick-up truck to help transport the wounded to nearby hospitals. Trump said in a televised speech earlier Monday that the mass shooting had been an "act of pure evil", and ordered "flag be flown at half-staff".
  • NBA General Managers Predict Warriors Championship, LeBron MVP

    NBA General Managers Predict Warriors Championship, LeBron MVP

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    The majority were right in both occasions. Last year's league MVP, Russell Westbrook , wasn't listed. Another 29 percent believe Kevin Durant stands a chance to win the honor. Milwaukee 's Giannis Antetokounmpo was voted second, receiving 21 percent of the vote. New York 's Kristaps Porzingis and Indiana 's Myles Turner tied for second in the voting (14 percent).
  • Trump praises Puerto Rico for keeping down deaths from Maria

    Trump praises Puerto Rico for keeping down deaths from Maria

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    President Donald Trump's short visit to the U.S. territory to assess the storm's impact. He cited " politically motivated ingrates " and said some people on the island " want everything to be done for them ". The Calvary Chapel crowd was reportedly invited by Puerto Rican politicans, pushing regular churchgoers to the side for what was originally scheduled to be a community service event.
  • ESPN to take over Formula One US broadcasting from NBC Sports

    ESPN to take over Formula One US broadcasting from NBC Sports

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    The first Formula 1 race ever aired in the USA was on ABC in 1962. NBC has had the exclusive USA broadcast rights since 2013. In a separate announcement U.S. "There are many passionate Formula One fans in the USA and we look forward to bringing the pageantry, spectacle and excitement of F1 to viewers across the ESPN platform".
  • NKorea tension a threat to Asian growth

    NKorea tension a threat to Asian growth

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    Sudhir Shetty, the bank's chief economist for East Asia and Pacific region, said via video-link that the growth of EAP is expected to remain strong in the near term, partly because of China's economy, which is likely to grow at 6.7 percent this year, the same pace at 2016.
  • Fleets, Hurricane Drive Ford's US Sales Gain in September

    Fleets, Hurricane Drive Ford's US Sales Gain in September

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    Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV reported a 10 percent decline in sales. Analysts had predicted automakers would benefit from a strong economy and the demand for replacement vehicles following Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, which resulted in heavy flooding in Texas and Florida.
  • Duterte postpones barangay, SK polls

    Duterte postpones barangay, SK polls

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    The law said incumbent village executives shall remain in office until their successors shall have been duly elected or unless they have been removed or suspended. This is the second time the village elections were postponed since the President took office. Prior to the signing of the law, the Commission on Elections had already made preparations for the village and youth council polls, including the setting up of the gun ban from October 1 - 30.
  • Karti Chidambaram tampered with evidence: CBI tells Supreme Court

    Karti Chidambaram tampered with evidence: CBI tells Supreme Court

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    Justifying continuance of a lookout notice issued against Karti, he said that it was necessary to prevent him from travelling overseas as he was closing his multiple foreign bank accounts and transferring funds from them. "I will justify this", the ASG added, stating that there are contemporaneous official records to prove the same. "By an order dated February 2, 2017, the accused in the Aircel-Maxis case were discharged by the Special CBI court".
  • Las Vegas gunman wired $140k to Philippines before shooting spree

    Las Vegas gunman wired $140k to Philippines before shooting spree

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    Suarez said the NBI was looking into reports Danley arrived in the Philippines last month, and that Paddock had sent $100,000 to her via a wire transfer. Las Vegas Metro Police Department is trying to determine if the shooter in Sunday's mass shooting rampage was in Reno for a protest against President Donald Trump.
  • The legality behind modified guns, like those used in Las Vegas

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    Authorities haven't detailed the type of weapons used in the shooting but we know at least some of the guns Paddock had were purchased legally. Gun store owner and 10-year army veteran, Aaron Forum, listened to cell phone video captured during the Las Vegas massacre and assessed the weapon used was fully automatic.