• 'Mahakali' actors Gagan Kang, Arjit Lavani killed in vehicle accident

    'Mahakali' actors Gagan Kang, Arjit Lavani killed in vehicle accident

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    They were returning from Mahakali sets after shoot at Monor in Palghar. Reportedly, the two actors were along with a spot boy in the auto. Both the artists died on spot. Arijit Lavania plays the role of Nandi and Gagan Kang plays the role of Indra. A Times of India report stated that the police had registered a case of accidental death, and that the trailer was parked correctly on the road.
  • At least 1 American killed in Spain attacks: Tillerson

    At least 1 American killed in Spain attacks: Tillerson

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    The terror cell behind the attack in Barcelona that left 13 people dead has been dismantled, Spain's Interior Minister Juan Ignacio Zoido says. Police said they had arrested two men, a Moroccan and a man from Spain's north African enclave of Melilla, though neither was the van driver.
  • Key Spanish terror attacks suspect 'is dead'

    Key Spanish terror attacks suspect 'is dead'

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    Police identified all 5 terrorist cell members killed in Cambrils, but are still unsure if one of them was the driver of the van involved in the Barcelona ramming earlier. Police said Friday there were other "biological remains" found at the site, but it is unclear whether they belong to a different person to the one confirmed dead there.
  • Top US military official arrives South Korea amid North Korea tension

    Top US military official arrives South Korea amid North Korea tension

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    North Korea has lashed back at the USA following President Donald Trump's latest warnings. North Korea has deliberately put the world in on the eve of destruction as Obama's soft policies put the world in danger. "The Presidents also reiterated their mutual commitment to denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula". But China's proposal for peaceful dialogue appears to have fallen on deaf ears as the United States and North Korea ramp up the rhetoric.
  • Boy missing since Barcelona attack 'found alive in hospital'

    Boy missing since Barcelona attack 'found alive in hospital'

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    The first victim confirmed dead after the attack has been named as Italian father-of-two Bruno Gulotta. On Thursday afternoon, a van mowed through crowd of tourists in Barcelona , killing at least 13 people. "We are concerned, but we are working closely with authorities to determine the whereabouts of the one Australian unaccounted for", Bishop told reporters in Melbourne on Friday.
  • Buffon saves VAR penalty as Juve overrun Cagliari

    Buffon saves VAR penalty as Juve overrun Cagliari

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    Veteran Juve skipper and Italy global Buffon denied Diego Farias from 12 yards after on-field official Fabio Maresca used video technology to award Cagliari a first-half spot-kick following Alex Sandro's tackle from behind on Duje Cop. On the stroke of half time, La Vecchia Signora doubled the lead with a questionable second goal, courtesy of Argentine talisman Dybala, who ran onto a fine ball over the top from Pjanic.
  • Leo Varadkar to make official visit to Canada next week

    Leo Varadkar to make official visit to Canada next week

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    Emma said two men came into the restaurant and she told them they had to wait to sit outside. "I'm a host in a restaurant", she said. Emma Kelly , 20, from Dublin and a hostess for the summer in the city's Barcocina restaurant, asked the leader and his friend to wait at the bar for 20 minutes before seating them at a "tiny" table outside on Sunday night.
  • 20 killed, 50 injured after passenger train derails in India

    20 killed, 50 injured after passenger train derails in India

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    A senior official in the Uttar Pradesh government, Arvind Kumar, told the Hindustan Times the train driver had slammed the brakes on after spotting maintenance work on the tracks that was not properly signalled, the newspaper reported. Over 250 people were killed across the country in train accidents in 2015 and 2016. There are fears some passengers are caught inside mangled coaches and death toll is likely to increase.
  • White House visit? No thanks, says NBA's Durant

    White House visit? No thanks, says NBA's Durant

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    The team has not yet been formally invited, but bringing the champions to the White House has become tradition over the years. Prior to the decision of Durant , Washington Times claimed that the Warriors have been very vocal already in its opposition to Trump since this public official was elected.
  • 1500 symbols of the Confederacy in the US

    1500 symbols of the Confederacy in the US

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    This is an awkward reality for the keepers of memorials and historic sites. So "whatabout" them? Must they all go if Robert E. Lee goes? Washington freed his slaves in his will, a grand and important gesture but one that allowed him the benefits of slave labor for his and his wife, Martha's, lifetimes.
  • France's Macron warns against 'escalation of tensions' over North Korea

    France's Macron warns against 'escalation of tensions' over North Korea

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    French President Emmanuel Macron called for the worldwide community to work with North Korea to "resume the path of dialogue without conditions", following a call with Trump Saturday. State-run China Central Television quoted Xi as telling Trump the "relevant parties must maintain restraint and avoid words and deeds that would exacerbate the tension on the Korean Peninsula".
  • Halliburton Company (HAL.F) Valuation According To Analysts

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    For the past 5 years, the company's revenue has grown 1.8%, while the company's earnings per share has grown 4%. More notable recent Halliburton Company (NYSE:HAL) news were published by: Seekingalpha.com which released: "Tap The Brakes On Halliburton" on August 15, 2017, also Benzinga.com with their article: "Lightning Round: Jim Cramer Weighs In On Juno Therapeutics, Halliburton And More" published on August 18, 2017, Businesswire.com published: "Halliburton Resolves Investigations ...
  • Video shows India, China face-off at Ladakh on August 15

    Video shows India, China face-off at Ladakh on August 15

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    Days after Indian and Chinese troops got involved in a shuffle in Jammu and Kashmir's Ladakh, a video of the stone pelting surfaced on Saturday, but army sources, however, said they can not confirm its authenticity. "The Chinese side is committed to peace and tranquillity of the China-India border". Indian border guards foiled an attempt by Chinese soldiers to enter Indian territory in Ladakh, resulting in the altercation.
  • United States culture 'ripped apart' by statue removals

    United States culture 'ripped apart' by statue removals

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    Since Saturday's violent white nationalist rally further clarified the relationship between Confederate monuments and white supremacist thought, similar statues have come down in Baltimore , Brooklyn, and Durham. "So foolish!" Trump said. As a growing number of American cities worked to remove statues commemorating the Confederacy, President Donald Trump defended the statues again Thursday, arguing that removing them uproots American "culture" and history.
  • Longmont weather: Sunny skies and highs in the 80s over the weekend

    Longmont weather: Sunny skies and highs in the 80s over the weekend

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    Some may produce a brief downpour and a rumble of thunder. In western Oklahoma, a flash flood warning was issued for east, central Roger Mills and northwestern Custer counties until 6:45 a.m. Southwest wind 6 to 9 miles per hour. Skies look sunny for the partial solar eclipse Monday afternoon (from 1:30-4 p.m.). Good visibility for the eclipse! SaturdaySunny, with a high near 96.
  • BJP Leader Held After 27 Cows Die At His Shelter In Chhattisgarh

    BJP Leader Held After 27 Cows Die At His Shelter In Chhattisgarh

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    A Chhattisgarh BJP leader was on Saturday arrested by the police after 27 cows died in his government-aided gaushala , in Durg district within the last three days. "My gaushala (cow shelter) is overcrowded". I had intimated the government many a time that I am not able [to] feed them, but all went in vain. "I am not guilty for the deaths", added Harish Verma.
  • Man assaults woman after she complains about his behaviour in Indore gym

    Man assaults woman after she complains about his behaviour in Indore gym

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    A girl was beaten by man in a gymnasium of Madhya Pradesh's Indore after. In the video, the man can be seen getting ready for his workout while another man adjusts his weights. The video soon had gone viral and caught the attention of police and the people. "A case of assault and molestation has been registered and we are investigating", Shashikant Kankane, DSP said.