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A controversial booklet and a pamphlet warning Hindu girls of "love jihad" were allegedly distributed at a stall in an ongoing Hindu spiritual and service fair here, prompting the police to order an inquiry. Another chapter gives instructions on how to save your daughter/sister from Love Jihad. According to sources, education minister Vasudev Devnani had asked to issue the order for sending students to the fair.
  • Cuomo administration, ex aide named in sexual harassment suit

    Cuomo administration, ex aide named in sexual harassment suit

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    The agency is typically tasked with steering millions of dollars in taxpayer money to large-scale business development projects, not personal housing issues, but Hoyt, a married former state assemblyman, responded to Cater's request for help locating affordable housing, according to the lawsuit.
  • FDP breaks off coalition talks with Merkel, Greens

    FDP breaks off coalition talks with Merkel, Greens

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    Free Democrats leader Christian Lindner told reporters late Sunday his party made a decision to pull out of the drawn-out talks rather than further compromise its principles. New elections could impact the future of Brexit negotiations . Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) had reached a deal on migrant policy with her conservative Bavarian allies the Christian Social Union (CSU) in October, agreeing to put a number on how many people Germany would accept per year on humanitarian grounds, ...
  • South Korean foreign minister to visit China to arrange presidential trip

    South Korean foreign minister to visit China to arrange presidential trip

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    During his visit, Song was widely expected to try to ease the standoff over North Korea's nuclear weapons and missile programs. Trump fueled the speculation by tweeting Thursday, "China is sending an Envoy and Delegation to North Korea - A big move, we'll see what happens!" In July, North Korea successfully launched the country's first intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), which had the capability of reaching the U.S territory.
  • Senator Sherrod Brown Out Here Pissing Off Republicans by Stating the Obvious

    Senator Sherrod Brown Out Here Pissing Off Republicans by Stating the Obvious

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    Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) on Thursday for suggesting the Republican tax bill would only help the rich. "And I really resent anybody who says I'm just doing this for the rich. "I come from the lower-middle class originally, we didn't have anything". The Senate package adds a key feature not in the House version: repeal of the Affordable Care Act's requirement that everyone in the USA have health insurance.
  • Netanyahu again heard for alleged corruption

    Netanyahu again heard for alleged corruption

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    Police will be presenting Netanyahu with finding from their investigations of famed Hollywood producer Arnon Milchan , Milchan's aide Hadas Klein, and Netanyahu's former Chief of Staff Ari Harrow, who recently turned State's Witness against Netanyahu.
  • Border Patrol agent dies after being injured in Texas

    Border Patrol agent dies after being injured in Texas

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    Rogelio Martinez, 36, was identified as the agent who died. The FBI has taken over the investigation of the death of one U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent and the serious injury of another. His partner, who was not named in the statement, was reportedly left in serious condition. A U.S. Border Patrol agent was killed in the line of duty Sunday while patrolling the Big Bend Sector of Texas along the southern border with Mexico.
  • US Marine Involved in Fatal Accident in Okinawa

    US Marine Involved in Fatal Accident in Okinawa

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    The Marine, named in local reports as Nicholas James McLean, was driving a two-ton military truck when it collided with a mini-truck driven by Hidemasa Taira, 61. A sign posted inside a Navy Exchange at Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan, informs servicemembers of an alcohol ban, Monday, Nov. 20, 2017. In the most recent case, a former US Marine employed at the US Air Force's sprawling Kadena Air Base on Okinawa was charged with the murder of a 20-year-old woman in April last year .
  • Steve Mnuchin Loves Being a Bond Villain

    Steve Mnuchin Loves Being a Bond Villain

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    Mnuchin had invited his wife, Louise Linton , to join him for what is usually a routine photo of a treasury secretary examining currency being printed with his signature. "I didn't realize that the pictures were public and going on the internet and viral". Jacquelyn Martin , the photographer, told the Associated Press that she "had a feeling that this would take off".
  • Arab League Foreign Ministers Condemn Iran's 'Aggression'

    Arab League Foreign Ministers Condemn Iran's 'Aggression'

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    Saudi Arabia has not yet identified the type of the missile fired at Riyadh on Novermber 4. He also said he was afraid for his life. Syria is another battlefield of the proxy conflict between Shiite Iran and Sunni powerhouse Saudi Arabia; Riyadh has been supporting groups fighting forces loyal to President Bashar Assad.
  • Anthony Davis Suffers Third Concussion Of Career

    Anthony Davis Suffers Third Concussion Of Career

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    Davis suffered a concussion , the third of his six-year career, after an inadvertent head butt from Nikola Jokic in the Pelicans' 146-114 defeat to the Denver Nuggets on Friday. The 24-year-old is in his sixth National Basketball Association season, all of them coming with New Orleans. New Orleans won just 34 games last season and 30 games in 2015-16 after going 45-37 and qualifying for the postseason during the 2014-15 campaign.
  • DC's Unity March For Puerto Rico Wants Action Now

    DC's Unity March For Puerto Rico Wants Action Now

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    Today (November 19), a group of protesters have gathered in the streets of Washington D.C.to raise awareness about the situation in Puerto Rico, and to urge the USA government to take further action. Among their demands were legislative action that would "uplift the people of Puerto Rico" and bring long-term economic stability. The act's critics say it's bad for Puerto Rico's economy.
  • Ankara bans LGBT-related events due to 'public sensitivity'

    Ankara bans LGBT-related events due to 'public sensitivity'

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    In a statement announcing the German film ban last week, the office of Ankara Governor Mehmet Kılıclar said the festival's content "could incite grudges and enmity toward a part of society". Since a referendum earlier this year gave Erdoğan unprecedented control over the federal government, he has been restricting free speech in protests and on social media, and using police to rough up demonstrators.
  • Magnitude 7.0 Earthquake Strikes Near New Caledonia

    Magnitude 7.0 Earthquake Strikes Near New Caledonia

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    Tsunami warning and advisory were issued in the region by The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center. The quake, originally measured at 7.2, was centred 68 kilometres east-northeast of Tadine, Loyalty Islands, at a depth of 25 kilometres, the USGS said.
  • China wants Bangladesh, Myanmar to solve Rohingya crisis bilaterally

    China wants Bangladesh, Myanmar to solve Rohingya crisis bilaterally

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    Bangladesh, which already hosted some 250,000 Rohingya before the current exodus, wants the latest arrivals to return swiftly and is keen to enlist help from China, a staunch ally of Myanmar. "Myanmar will have to take back their nationals ensuring their safety, security and dignity for a durable solution to the crisis", Hasina's private secretary Ihsanul Karim quoted the prime minister as saying.
  • Police believe 'no one else involved' in Gaia Pope's death

    Police believe 'no one else involved' in Gaia Pope's death

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    Gaia's sister has described the teenager as "the absolute light of my life" following Saturday's discovery. I thank everyone who was involved in searching for my attractive twin. He continued: Yesterday and today specialist officers and teams, supported by Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue, the coastguard, national search advisors and the NPAS helicopter, have been conducting detailed searches and forensic examinations of fields and open areas.
  • Auburn University student chosen as Rhodes scholar

    Auburn University student chosen as Rhodes scholar

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    Jackson is Emory's 20th student to receive a Rhodes scholarship. The first Rhodes Scholar victor from Temple University is among three people with Pennsylvania ties who have received the honor. Department of Education as part of the Scholars in the Nation's Service Initiative. The Lithonia, Georgia, native is a senior at Emory University majoring in political science and African American studies double major in Emory College of Arts and Sciences.
  • Inc. IL Has $460000 Position in Express Scripts Holding Company (ESRX)

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    The stock increased 3.20% or $0.26 on November 17, reaching $8.39. It also reduced Disney Walt Co (NYSE:DIS) stake by 7.40M shares and now owns 100,000 shares. Rockshelter Cap Management Lc owns 150,299 shares. Whitnell & Co acquired 6,375 shares as Express Scripts Hldg Co (ESRX)'s stock declined 14.09%. (NYSE:GIS).
  • Rep. Deutch on sexual harassment allegations: 'This is a moment of reckoning'

    Rep. Deutch on sexual harassment allegations: 'This is a moment of reckoning'

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    She also wrote that Franken - who would be elected Senator from Minnesota two years later - "put his hand on the back of my head, mashed his lips against mine and aggressively stuck his tongue in my mouth" during a rehearsal. "A lot of people who voted for him recognized that he was what he was, but wanted a change and so they were willing to go along", theorizes Jessica Leeds, one of the first women to step forward and accuse Trump of groping her, decades ago on an airplane.
  • WH Aide: Trump Would Campaign For Moore If Allegations Weren't 'Credible'

    WH Aide: Trump Would Campaign For Moore If Allegations Weren't 'Credible'

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    When Stephanopoulos asked whether Trump believed Moore's accusers , Short said: "If he did not believe that the women's accusations were credible, he would be down campaigning for Roy Moore ". As the White House has said on other occasions, Trump is essentially washing his hands of it by leaving it up to the people of Alabama to decide. Stephanopoulos pointed out that Short still had not actually answered whether Trump believes the women, but Short insisted that he had.