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On October 26, Sharif was due to appear before an Islamabad accountability court, along with his daughter Maryam Nawaz and son-in-law Muhammad Safdar, in connection with the case of corruption in his Avenfield properties filed by the NAB (National Accountability Bureau).
  • British Navy fires nine sailors from nuclear submarine

    British Navy fires nine sailors from nuclear submarine

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    A Royal Navy spokesman said: "We do not tolerate drugs misuse by service personnel. Those found to have fallen short of our high standards face being discharged from service", a Royal Navy spokesman said. The Royal Navy said at the time that an investigation was ongoing and operations were not impacted. 'Any allegations of wrongdoing are taken very seriously and will be dealt with appropriately'.
  • Pro Kabaddi League 2017 Season 5: Five talking points from the final

    Pro Kabaddi League 2017 Season 5: Five talking points from the final

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    Having played second fiddle right through the season, Monu took up the responsibility of getting Patna back in the game. Debutants Gujarat Fortunegiants will hope to cap a memorable run in the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League Season - 5 with a triumph when it takes on two-time defending champion Patna Pirates in the final at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium, Chennai, scheduled later in the day.
  • Rajdhani Express to be flagged off from Agartala today

    Rajdhani Express to be flagged off from Agartala today

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    Gohain said among all the north-eastern states Tripura got best of rail connectivity under the current government. Starting next month, travellers in the culturally charming Northeastern state of Tripura will be able to board their own Rajdhani Express to reach the national capital.
  • Canada halts military aid to Iraqi forces, Peshmerga amid clashes

    Canada halts military aid to Iraqi forces, Peshmerga amid clashes

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    Iraqi and Kurdish forces have agreed to a ceasefire in northern Iraq, according to Iraqi and United States sources. A spokesman in Baghdad for the US -led coalition against Islamic State earlier said the deal covered all fronts in the conflict, which broke out after Kurdish authorities held an independence referendum last month in areas of northern Iraq.
  • UPMSP released datesheet for UP Board exam of class 10th and 12th

    UPMSP released datesheet for UP Board exam of class 10th and 12th

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    The Board of High School and Intermediate Education Uttar Pradesh is the Uttar Pradesh state government administered autonomous examining authority for the class 10 examination (or secondary school level examination) and class 12 examination (or inter college level examination) of Uttar Pradesh, India.
  • Julie Bishop appointed acting Prime Minister of Australia

    Julie Bishop appointed acting Prime Minister of Australia

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    Foreign Minister Julie Bishop will stand in as Australia's acting prime minister while Malcolm Turnbull is away on a brief overseas trip, due to the dual citizenship crisis that has sidelined his deputy. Independent MP Cathy McGowan said in a statement she would "continue to supply confidence and support to the government", giving the coalition room to breathe in the lower House of Representatives.
  • Sena praise for Rahul irks BJP

    Sena praise for Rahul irks BJP

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    He is now the vice president of the Congress. After Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a grand function at Ahmedabad to lay foundation stone for buller train service from Mumbai to Ahmedabad, Shiv Sena sought to know if the Ahmedabad-Mumbai high-speed train project really fits into the needs of the country.
  • Bombs kill at least 7 in Mogadishu

    Bombs kill at least 7 in Mogadishu

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    Mohamed Hussein says the death toll could rise. The casualties from the large explosion still sketchy, the second blast was heard in the area minutes after the first. Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, became the place of terroristic attacks on Saturday. The presidential palace, known as the Villa Somalia, was previously attacked by nine pf the terrorist group's militants in 2014.
  • United States service member dies in Afghan helicopter crash

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    Both the Taliban and ISIS operate in Afghanistan and are waging an insurgency against the Afghan government. It added that everyone involved in the incident had been accounted for. Earlier, the Taliban had claimed responsibility for downing the helicopter. "We have full accountability of all personnel and the crash site has been secured", according to a press release circulated Saturday.
  • White House says tax cuts could add $1.2T to United States economy

    White House says tax cuts could add $1.2T to United States economy

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    The Trump plan for tax cuts of the sort normally reserved for times of economic recession is taking shape in Congress amid signs the economy is already growing briskly. But he conceded that it would become "a big negative" if economic growth failed to materialize and the debt level soared. It also would slash tax rates for corporations and pass-through businesses.
  • Bus veers off highway in Nepal, killing 19 people

    Bus veers off highway in Nepal, killing 19 people

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    Police said some survivors had been thrown out of the bus windows and rescuers managed to find at least 16 people, that were injured in the crash, with majority taken to a nearby hospital. The bus was traveling to Kathmandu; numerous passengers were returning home after attending a Hindu festival. Police Inspector Singh told AFP that the driver was injured in the accident and is thought to have fled after freeing himself from the wreckage of the bus.
  • Narendra Modi wants healthy media debate on democracy within political parties

    Narendra Modi wants healthy media debate on democracy within political parties

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that it was important for a true democratic spirit to develop within political parties and that this issue should be debated and discussed in the country. Modi also said that the country has witnessed the positive role played by media in making the Swach Bharat Mission a success. He said understanding each other further strengthens the relationship and mutual belief.
  • Revanth Reddy Resigns To TDP (TS)

    Revanth Reddy Resigns To TDP (TS)

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    Oct.28 (ANI): Telugu Desam Party (TDP ) leader Revanth Reddy on Saturday tendered his resignation from all party posts and membership and his MLA seat. Chandrababu Naidu who met Revanth in Hyderabad on Friday did not announce a decision to either oust him or not, resulting in an anti-climax to a high political drama witnessed during the week earlier.
  • UK Minister Apologises For Joking About Weinstein On Live Radio

    UK Minister Apologises For Joking About Weinstein On Live Radio

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    Nicola Sturgeon tweeted this morning: "Women being abused and raped is not a laughing matter". Environment Secretary Michael Gove drew immediate ire after comparing being interviewed by the programme's presenter with "going into Harvey Weinstein's bedroom", adding "you hope to emerge with your dignity intact".
  • Catalonia declares independence from Spain

    Catalonia declares independence from Spain

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    Madrid accuses Trapero of disobeying court orders to block a banned October 1 independence referendum. The government in Madrid doesn't recognise the vote and dismissed the Catalan government . The front pages of national and regional Catalan newspapers on Saturday illustrated the depth of the divisions. But Catalans have been divided on the question of independence.
  • Former President Obama to Serve Jury Duty Next Month

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    Evans says Obama's safety will be "uppermost in our minds" when he serves. The former president now resides in Washington D.C. If a past president isn't dodging jury duty, you probably can't either. Jurors in the county are paid $17.20 (£13.10) per day of service and reportedly have to watch a decades-old film about their duties narrated by one-time local newsreader Lester Holt.
  • Gujarat CM demands Ahmed Patel's resignation over alleged link to IS suspect

    Gujarat CM demands Ahmed Patel's resignation over alleged link to IS suspect

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    He said that the arrested Kasim used to work in a hospital managed by Ahmed Patel . A day after an audio clip of Patidaar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) leader Narendra Patel and BJP leaderÂVarun Patel about the financial transactions regarding Patel's jumping ship to the BJP, a series of audio clips about the connivance between the PAAS and Congress began doing the rounds.
  • Double Fun With Priyank Sharma's Re-Entry And Pooja's Dhinchak Video

    Double Fun With Priyank Sharma's Re-Entry And Pooja's Dhinchak Video

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    The weekend figures of Bigg Boss 11 are touted to be at an all time high as host Salman Khan takes on the contestant delivering huge viewership, while Great Indian Laughter Challenge TRP's have been witnessing a downward trend. Hina Khan finds Dhinchak Pooja quite nasty and mean. # The drama has just begun! For more updates related to Bigg Boss season 11, stay tuned! In between, Priyank Sharma has again come up into the controversy.
  • GCSC Hosts Second Annual

    GCSC Hosts Second Annual "Trunks or Treat" Event

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    Prizes also will be given for attending and for best decorated trunk. Second place will go home with $25. Turkey dinner, 4-7:30 p.m., East Rochester United Methodist Church, 24754 U.S. 31 . United Local Meet the Candidates evening, 6-7 p.m. high school library. - 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.in Amberg, Wis. October 28: Trunk or Treat , 7-8 p.m.