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A Bench of Justices Jasti Chelameswar and Abdul Nazeer heard Senior Advocate Dushyant Dave , before proceeding to order that the matter raises serious issues and needs to be heard by a Constitution Bench of the first five judges. The three-judge bench said there was "no necessity to proceed with the same, more so in view of the constitution bench judgments". "Pendency is shocking, vacancy is shocking", he said.
  • Penny Mordaunt replaces Priti Patel as International Development Secretary

    Penny Mordaunt replaces Priti Patel as International Development Secretary

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    The reply ended a day of intense political drama as news channels tracked Patel's flight back from Africa, where she had left for an official visit after her initial apology over undisclosed meetings while on holiday in Israel in August. First elected to Parliament as MP for Portsmouth North in 2010, Ms Mordaunt (44) achieved ministerial rank under David Cameron between 2014 and 2016 and was appointed minister for disabled people when Theresa May took power a year ago.
  • Family's plea as Iran TV calls Johnson comments 'unintended admission' of guilt

    Family's plea as Iran TV calls Johnson comments 'unintended admission' of guilt

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    It added: "Just this one sentence from the Foreign Secretary was enough to deal a blow to all the attempts of the British media and authorities in the past few months". And in an age when people are being turned off politics, it's more direct, and more communicative than a lot of previous presidents have managed. The remarks come with Mr Johnson facing controversy at home over comments about Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a British-Iranian woman serving a five-year jail term in Iran.
  • Air India mocks IndiGo with 'Unbeatable' service

    Air India mocks IndiGo with 'Unbeatable' service

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    In one of the ads, the Air India promised "Unbeatable Service" with the letters " beat " highlighted in blue - the theme colour of IndiGo . But the highlight was the tagline that read, "We raise our hands only to say Namaste". A day after controversy erupted over a viral video that showed IndiGo staffers allegedly manhandling a passenger in Delhi, IndiGo promoter Rahul Bhatia met Civil Aviation Minister Gajapathy Raju.
  • North Korea's Nuclear Test Site Is A Post-Apocalyptic Wasteland

    North Korea's Nuclear Test Site Is A Post-Apocalyptic Wasteland

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    It comes as pictures reveal the impact North Korea's sixth nuclear bomb test, carried out in early September, has had on the mountainous area - including "multiple landslides". Additionally, North Korea has reportedly established a hospital to treat irradiated soldiers working at the nuclear test site. The images published by the 38 North website showed changes in the surface at Punggye-ri where the ground had been lifted into the air by the tremors.
  • Tillerson says 'no disagreement' between Trump and Xi on North Korea

    Tillerson says 'no disagreement' between Trump and Xi on North Korea

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    Xi smiled widely when Trump said he does not blame China for the deficit. The Trumps also were treated to performances by the Peking Opera, including scenes from "The Monkey King" and 'A Tipsy Beauty.' " Trump also played a video of his granddaughter, who is studying Mandarin, singing a song for "Grandpa Xi." Trump said as Xi watched on from a few feet away.
  • Odds of full-blown war go up if Trump threatens North Korea

    Odds of full-blown war go up if Trump threatens North Korea

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    Rear Admiral Michael Dumont expressed the opinion on behalf of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in a letter to Congressman Ted Lieu. "The only way to "locate and destroy - with complete certainty - all components of North Korea's nuclear weapons programs" is through a ground invasion", Rear Adm.
  • India condemns Riyadh airport missile attack

    India condemns Riyadh airport missile attack

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    Saad al-Hariri, the Saudi-allied Lebanese prime minister, resigned on Saturday, blaming Iran and Hezbollah in his resignation speech, reported Reuters. Meanwhile, even if Iran had any influence on the Yemeni fighters, as claimed by some Western and Arab countries, it would have definitely prevented them from attacking Dubai, which is a major economic partner of Iranian firms.
  • Trade, North Korea top topics as Trump visits China

    Trade, North Korea top topics as Trump visits China

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    Ahead of his visit, Trump has said the massive trade deficit in bilateral trade is a shame, and has been pressuring China to open Chinese markets more for U.S. Read Thursdays's Arkansas Democrat-Gazette for full details. "And quickly. And I am calling on China and your great president to hopefully work on it very hard", Trump said.
  • Tide's Collin Sexton ruled ineligible because of Federal Bureau of Investigation probe

    Tide's Collin Sexton ruled ineligible because of Federal Bureau of Investigation probe

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    Johnson said a timetable for Key's return will be determined after the surgery. Forwards Braxton Key (knee) and Riley Norris (hip), as well as guard Ar'Mond Davis (hip) will all be out against the Tigers. Dawkins helped with Sexton's recruitment, according to ESPN. When asked about his report, Johnson said he had "no reaction". "We go through it as if he's going to play with us, which we hope he will", Guard Dazon Ingram said.
  • American candidates targeted by racist flyers win

    American candidates targeted by racist flyers win

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    Patel was elected to the education board of New Jersey's Edison county. Bhalla topped five other candidates and will succeed Dawn Zimmer, who decided not to seek a third term. "Cricket fields! Enough is enough!" "I look forward to being your Mayor!" A lawyer, who was a member of the city council, Bhalla was the target of an anti-Sikh campaign pamphlet that said "Don't let TERRORISM take over our town!" next to a picture of the turbaned candidate.
  • Broncos have long viewed Patriots as their best barometer

    Broncos have long viewed Patriots as their best barometer

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    This season though, these two teams are heading in opposite directions. If they can keep the Denver offense down, Brady may be just enough to give the Patriots the edge on Sunday night. When Osweiler was the starting QB of the Texans a year ago in the playoffs, he was terrible against the Pats as he completed only 23-of-40 passes for 197 yards and threw three interceptions in Houston's 34-16 divisional round loss in Foxboro.
  • Bruce Pearl's job could be at risk

    Bruce Pearl's job could be at risk

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    Four assistant basketball coaches are among eight people indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury in NY in connection with the FBI's investigation into bribery and corruption in college basketball. Auburn has since suspended Person indefinitely, as well as star center Austin Wiley and starting forward Daniel Purifoy. "Their status hasn't changed", Pearl said.
  • Bandhan Express, New Train Between Bengal And Bangladesh: 10 Facts

    Bandhan Express, New Train Between Bengal And Bangladesh: 10 Facts

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    The Khulna-Kolkata train service opens two bridges on railway routes connecting Dhaka with Sylhet and Chittagong. Modi said the friendly ties between India and Bangladesh have further strengthened. The Maitree Express between Dhaka and Kolkata, which has been running since 2008, is popular. The train would be open to passengers from November 16.
  • Humana Inc. (NASDAQ:HUM) Expected To Report Earnings On Wednesday

    Humana Inc. (NASDAQ:HUM) Expected To Report Earnings On Wednesday

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    Sit Investment Associates Inc. now owns 12,020 shares of the insurance provider's stock valued at $2,892,000 after acquiring an additional 40 shares during the last quarter. Earnings per share, at $3.44, were up 15.4 percent, but Humana said costs associated with the elimination of 2,700 jobs, or 5.7 percent of its workforce, reduced EPS by 54 cents, or $78.5 million.
  • Positive impact on fight against black money: BJP

    Positive impact on fight against black money: BJP

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    Last month, Opposition parties had made a decision to observe November 8 as "Black Day" but refrained from putting up a joint protest. The Congress workers also retaliated and the conflict started. The MP questioned, "Where is the black money?" State Congress spokesperson and Deputy Chief Minister RC Laloo led the protest on the premises of Congress Bhavan that resonated with anti-Narendra Modi slogans.
  • Trump and Putin set to meet in Vietnam, Kremlin says

    Trump and Putin set to meet in Vietnam, Kremlin says

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    Ushakov said the USA and Russian leaders may also have an "extensive" one-on-one meeting, although a specific time has not been set. Tillerson, speaking to reporters in Beijing where he is accompanying Trump on his Asia tour, said the question was whether a Trump-Putin meeting would have sufficient substance.