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Union Minister Giriraj Singh has entered the controversy surrounding Bollywood film Padmavati by Sanjay Leela Bhansali . That is why he could not attend Deepika's bash. Shahid was not upset at all. "Does Sanjay Bhansali or anyone else have guts to make films on other religions or comment upon them?" The release of Padmavati is still three-four weeks away, but Deepika's party was akin to those usually thrown after the release of a film.
  • Nitish for 50% quota in private sector jobs

    Nitish for 50% quota in private sector jobs

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    Speaking on the sidelines of his weekly "Lok Samvad" (public interaction) programme at his 1 Anne Marg residence, Nitish also dismissed charges that the proposal, cleared by the cabinet last week, was an attempt to introduce reservation in private sector through back door.
  • Anthony Weiner Heads to Prison for Sexting With Minor

    Anthony Weiner Heads to Prison for Sexting With Minor

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    The facility, located about 40 miles west of Boston, has more than 1,000 inmates and more than 100 more at an adjacent minimum security satellite camp. Anthony reportedly spent his final day with his 5-year-old son. Weiner was sentenced in September by a judge who said Weiner's crime resulted from a "very strong compulsion".
  • USA resumes 'limited' visa services to Turkish citizens

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    The Turkish embassy in Washington on Monday said it was resuming visa services on a "limited basis" in the United States after an nearly month-long suspension in a diplomatic spat between the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies. The Turkish embassy in Washington only said on its official Twitter account it was resuming visa services on a "limited basis" in the US. The move came after a USA consulate staff member in Istanbul was arrested for allegedly having ties to Fethullah Gulen.
  • Chinese tourists tear gassed and robbed at hotel near Paris

    Chinese tourists tear gassed and robbed at hotel near Paris

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    But when they made it back to the vehicle park of the Kyriad Hotel they were jumped by the gang who sprayed tear gas at them. Citing local newspaper Le Parisien , South China Morning Post reports that the victimized tourist group were hanging around the Kyriad Hotel auto park situated in Val-de-Marne after returning from a shopping trip when the attack happened.
  • TROPICS: Keeping an eye on an area of development in Central Atlantic

    TROPICS: Keeping an eye on an area of development in Central Atlantic

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    Tropical Depression 19 has formed in the central Atlantic Ocean and could strengthen into Tropical Storm Rina on Monday, Nov. 6. Now T.D. 19 has sustained winds of around 35MPH and is moving off to the East around 6MPH. The National Hurricane Center estimates it has a 70% to 80% of becoming a tropical depression. Albeit rare, storms that do develop tend to move away from the U.S.
  • Three militants, army man killed in Pulwama gunfight; Encounter over

    Three militants, army man killed in Pulwama gunfight; Encounter over

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    The operation is underway. A senior police officer not willing to be quoted said, "On intelligence inputs a joint operation including Jammu and Kashmir Police and Indian Army was launched in Pulwama's Samboora village". Police said that an army jawan was killed and a civilian also suffered injuries in the crossfire. "The exchange of fire between the two sides is going on", he added.
  • Terrorists' safe havens in Afghanistan creating issues for Pakistan: Kh Asif

    Terrorists' safe havens in Afghanistan creating issues for Pakistan: Kh Asif

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    Pak-US relations became hostile after President Donald Trump alleged Pakistan of offering "safe havens" to extremists. However he said Pakistan can not be blamed for Afghan problems. Asif also said his government believes repatriation of around 3 million Afghan refugees from Pakistan will address the issue of terrorism facing both countries.
  • NCW to hear Hadiya

    NCW to hear Hadiya

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    Rekha Sharma said her Kerala visit comes not based on anyone's complaint. "That is what she said", Sharma said. The visit of NCW came at a time when State Women's Commission had approached Supreme Court seeking permission to visit Hadiya.
  • Government contractor fired for flipping bird at Donald Trump's motorcade

    Government contractor fired for flipping bird at Donald Trump's motorcade

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    She said that after the image surfaced her bosses informed her she had breached the company's social media policy because she chose to make the photo her profile picture. Within the employee handbook that Briskman gave to The Post: "Covered Social Media Activity that contains discriminatory, obscene malicious or threatening content, is knowingly false, create [sic] a hostile work environment, or similar inappropriate or unlawful conduct will not be tolerated and will be subject to ...
  • Zimbabwe: Mugabe sacks vice president Mnangagwa

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    Mr Moyo told reporters in the capital, Harare, that the vice president has been removed from office "with immediate effect". "His conduct in the discharge of his duties had become inconsistent with his official responsibilities The VP has consistently and persistently exhibited traits of disloyalty, disrespect deceitfulness and unreliability".
  • Rand Paul's assault study at Kentucky house: neighbour arrested

    Rand Paul's assault study at Kentucky house: neighbour arrested

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    The assault on US Senator Rand Paul is far worse than initially thought, reports say. "Kelley and I appreciate the overwhelming support after Friday's unfortunate event". "It's unusual when you see a senator and a doctor having problems", Douglas said. Some pointed out toward the difference in political ideology of Paul and Boucher.
  • IS auto bomb attack kills at least 75 in Deir Ezzor

    IS auto bomb attack kills at least 75 in Deir Ezzor

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    Saturday's attack in the eastern province of Deir Ezzor killed "at least 75 displaced civilians including children" and wounded 140, said Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman. The Kataeb Hezbollah spokesman told the AP that his forces clashed with militants only a few meters from the border. There are 2,500-3,500 remaining ISIS fighters concentrated around Boukamal, the AP said, citing the USA -led coalition.
  • Queen's private estate revealed to have invested in BrightHouse through offshore portfolio

    Queen's private estate revealed to have invested in BrightHouse through offshore portfolio

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    The duchy's chief finance officer, Chris Adcock told the Guardian that the Duchy operates a number of investments, a few of which are within overseas funds and all of which are 'fully audited and legitimised. It also uncertain whether she was even aware of some of the investments. Suddeutsche Zeitung, a German newspaper, alleged that in 2005, the Duchy of Lancaster invested $7.5m (£5.7m) in Dover Street VI Cayman Fund.
  • Prime Minister Turnbull rejects NZ's offer to take Manus Island asylum seekers

    Prime Minister Turnbull rejects NZ's offer to take Manus Island asylum seekers

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    In her first overseas trip since becoming leader, Ardern reiterated New Zealand's offer from 2013 to take 150 asylum seekers and refugees from Australian offshore detention centres. Boochani said accepting the offer would have been a chance for the Australian government to show they were serious about resettling refugees. New Zealand might not be alone in hoping to remove investor-state dispute settlement clauses from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says.
  • Bodies of 5 Gaza militants found in destroyed tunnel

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    Speaking at a ceremony in northern Israel on Monday, Netanyahu indicated Israel would seek to use the five bodies as part of a deal to receive the remains of two Israeli soldiers. Israel is constructing a sensor-equipped underground wall along the 60-kilometre Gaza border, aiming to complete the $US1.1 billion ($1.4 billion) project by mid-2019.
  • Cartoonist Bala: Won't stop highlighting inefficiency of Govt through my cartoon

    Cartoonist Bala: Won't stop highlighting inefficiency of Govt through my cartoon

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    When he failed to act on the repeated petitions of a usury victim, it forced a youth to take the extreme step that disturbed me a lot and I just reflected my agony through my caricature", a visibly moved Mr. Police said he was arrested under Section 67 in the Information Technology Act (Punishment for publishing or transmitting obscene material in electronic form) and Section 501 of the Indian Penal Code (Printing or engraving matter known to be defamatory).
  • Trump has memory lapse over meeting about Russian officials

    Trump has memory lapse over meeting about Russian officials

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    The TV personality, who has been engaged in a decade-long feud with Trump, was quick to praise Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his ongoing probe into possible ties between Trump's 2016 campaign and Russian Federation. "They should be looking at a lot of things, and a lot of people are disappointed with the Justice Department, including me". Trump on Friday repeated his urgings that the Justice Department and FBI investigate Clinton.
  • Dual citizenship row: Australia announces new rules to make MPs disclose status

    Dual citizenship row: Australia announces new rules to make MPs disclose status

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    If they had been a dual citizen, they would need to provide details and evidence of the time and manner in which their foreign citizenship was renounced or otherwise came to an end. Australia's constitution states that dual citizens could not be elected. Deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce, Nationals senator Fiona Nash, former Greens senators Scott Ludlam and Larissa Waters, and One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts, were all found to be ineligible to sit in parliament by the High Court last ...