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Durga " director Sanal Kumar Sasidaran said on Saturday said the Information and Broadcasting Ministry authorities have been acting like they have declared war on him and are treating his film " S. In the appeal, the government had stated that the film , though selected by the jury, had not secured the exemption as required under the Panorama regulation in the absence of any certification from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC).
  • Nation 'indebted' to Ambedkar, says PM Modi on Constitution Day

    Nation 'indebted' to Ambedkar, says PM Modi on Constitution Day

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    The development comes a week after Congress' youth wing Yuva Desh mocked Narendra Modi as "Chai-Wala" in a meme tweet. He said, India has an unbreakable bond with oceans. "We Indians always nurture feeling of pride and respect towards our security forces- Army, Navy or Air Force; every countryman salutes courage, bravery, valour, chivalry and sacrifice of our soldiers".
  • China blast kills at least two

    China blast kills at least two

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    It added that an unidentified number of people were being treated. At least 30 others were taken to hospitals, according to Huanqiu.com, a website operated by the newspaper Global Times. The explosion happened at around 9 a.m.in Jiangbei District of Ningbo, and caused collapses in a nearby residential area. The Communist Party's People's Daily said on Twitter that no one lived at site of the explosion but garbage collectors might have been working there.
  • CAT begins today, footwear will not be allowed in exam hall

    CAT begins today, footwear will not be allowed in exam hall

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    Yes, you have heard right, this time CAT has evolved the new plan for the exam. Metal detectors will be used to scan candidates before they enter the examination halls to ensure that they have complied with the directions. Candidates can't switch to another section while solving a particular section. In case, test centre allotted to the candidate for the CAT 2017 exam is far off or at an unknown location, candidates are advised to visit the same a day prior to avoid chaos at the eleventh hour ...
  • Philadelphia mayor calls Donald Trump a 'punk and a bully'

    Philadelphia mayor calls Donald Trump a 'punk and a bully'

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    Kenney accused Trump's family of "not doing a great job raising the guy". He called the DHS decision "simply un-American" and said there is "no compassion in the White House". All moved to the U.S.to escape devastation left behind by a 7.0-magnitude quake in 2010. "Sent us all back home to starve?" Kenney, an Irish-American, said while flanked by Haitians and immigration advocates.
  • Fox News Is 'Much More Important' Than CNN, Trump Tweets

    Fox News Is 'Much More Important' Than CNN, Trump Tweets

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    Just days earlier, Trump's Justice Department filed a contentious lawsuit to block AT&T's purchase of CNN's parent company, Time Warner. "realDonaldTrump My CNNi & CNN colleagues regularly risk their lives in #Syria #Iraq #Afghanistan #Niger and beyond, following US Troops into war-zones, chronicling natural disasters, holding dictators to account & profiling everyday heroes", Sciutto wrote on Twitter.
  • 30 dead in Libya boat capsize

    30 dead in Libya boat capsize

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    Migrants from Somalia, Ghana, Ethiopia, Nigeria and four from Pakistan were among those rescued. About 250 people were rescued by the Libyan coastguard on Thursday. The survivors were taken to Tripoli, where they were provided with food, water, and medical care, the authorities said. Migrants intercepted or rescued by the Libyans are usually held in detention centres to await repatriation, but waiting times are often long and conditions deplorable.
  • One Nation fizzles in Qld vote

    One Nation fizzles in Qld vote

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    Mr Dickson had been elected as an LNP member at the 2013 election, before defecting to One Nation in January 2017. Senator Hanson also said preferences would flow Mr Roberts' way in Ipswich . With 60 percent of votes counted at Saturday's election, One Nation is attracting support from around 13 percent of voters. "We'll be around for a while yet..." Hanson herself is refusing to give up on Buderim , hoping that preferences might go in Dickson's favour, although as it stands, their ...
  • Cuba, DPRK vow to strengthen ties amid escalating tensions with U.S.

    Cuba, DPRK vow to strengthen ties amid escalating tensions with U.S.

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    Ri met his Cuban counterpart Bruno Rodriguez this week and the ministers denounced U.S. Ri also raised the "acute situation" on the Korean peninsula and accused the US of "imperialist military maneuvers". North Korea defends its weapons programs as a necessary defense against USA plans to invade. Raul took over the presidency in 2008 from his older brother and revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, who died on November 25 previous year.
  • Applied Materials, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMAT) Issues Quarterly Earnings Results

    Applied Materials, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMAT) Issues Quarterly Earnings Results

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    The company was maintained on Monday, November 9 by B. Riley & Co. The company was maintained on Wednesday, August 5 by TH Capital. The ex-dividend date is Wednesday, November 22nd. The institutional investor held 73,680 shares of the technology company at the end of 2017Q2, valued at $3.04M, down from 86,540 at the end of the previous reported quarter.
  • Rohingya to stay in temporary shelters after Myanmar return

    Rohingya to stay in temporary shelters after Myanmar return

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    More than 600,000 members of the Rohingya Muslim group have fled from Buddhist-majority Myanmar's Rakhine State to Bangladesh in three months since insurgent attacks on security posts sparked a brutal counter-insurgency campaign. Mahmood Ali told reporters in the capital Dhaka. "Myanmar will take all possible measures to see that the returnees will not be settled in temporary places for a long period of time and their freedom of movement in the Rakhine State will be allowed in conformity ...
  • Cops: Driver Was Drunk, Naked, Having Sex When He Crashed

    Cops: Driver Was Drunk, Naked, Having Sex When He Crashed

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    Authorities believe that the couple were rushing to put their clothes back on when police arrived on the scene. Matthew Notebeart stood by his attorney weeping after Judge Laura Johnson handed down the sentence in a Palm Beach County courtroom, telling the 33-year-old father of two that his wife's death was a 'senseless, tragic act'.
  • Warriors pair Durant, Green out of Bulls clash

    Warriors pair Durant, Green out of Bulls clash

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    The Warriors (13-5) are eager to live down their embarrassing loss in Oklahoma City on Wednesday night and may have the ideal opponent to do that in the Bulls (3-13). The Bulls held a three-point lead on Golden State after the first, but by the time Curry was finished with the half, the Warriors led by 21. While it wasn't an all-time great performance or anything, it was a really solid night for the rookie big man in a 49-point Golden State victory.
  • Virginia Youth Pastor Murders Family During Thanksgiving Dinner

    Virginia Youth Pastor Murders Family During Thanksgiving Dinner

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    The shootings occurred at the house they all shared in Chester , which is about 20 minutes south of Richmond. When they arrived, police found 58-year-old Jeanett Gattis , her daughter, 30-year-old Candice Kunze; and Kunze's boyfriend, 36-year-old Andrew Buthorn , dead of gunshot wounds, police said .
  • Juveniles Shot in Cleveland; 1 Is Dead

    Juveniles Shot in Cleveland; 1 Is Dead

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    A 16-year-old boy was shot in the head. The other children hit by the gunfire were ages 14 to 16. In addition, another 16-year-old boy was shot in the torso and another 14-year-old boy was shot in the groin. Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson was also at the news conference, encouraging anyone with information to come forward. Police said there is no known motive for the shooting.
  • Man bitten by shark off California coast

    Man bitten by shark off California coast

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    The name of the victim, his age and where he lives have yet to be released by investigators. Silveira says the man's leg was intact but the bite was serious. The cove was subsequently evacuated. The Sheriff Airplane responded to the scene and spotted a large aquatic animal in the water off Pescadero Point that may have been a shark.
  • Volcano erupts again in Indonesia's Bali

    Volcano erupts again in Indonesia's Bali

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    The latest eruption had produced a bigger ash cloud than an initial eruption on Tuesday, it said. Villages close to the volcano were coated in a thin layer of ash. Mass evacuations also took place in September when Mount Agung showed signs of erupting, forcing more than 120,000 from their homes. Bali, famous for its surf, beaches and temples, attracted almost 5 million visitors a year ago, but business has slumped in areas around the volcano since September when Agung's volcanic tremors ...
  • Putin signs into law bill on foreign agent media

    Putin signs into law bill on foreign agent media

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    Any foreign media entity "regardless of its organizational and legal form, might be considered as functioning as a foreign agent if it receives funds and/or any other assets from foreign states, foreign governmental organizations, worldwide and foreign organizations, foreign citizens, persons without citizenship, " the document stipulates.
  • 2 sailors from Florida, 1 from Louisiana die in crash

    2 sailors from Florida, 1 from Louisiana die in crash

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    The Navy said the twin-propeller C2-A Greyhound aircraft plummeted into the sea about 925 kilometers southeast of Okinawa while it was on a routine mission taking passengers and cargo from a USA base in Japan to the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier.
  • It's getting hot: Tinubu opposes automatic ticket for Buhari

    It's getting hot: Tinubu opposes automatic ticket for Buhari

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    He said President Buhari was a believer of due process and also believed in the rule of law. Tinubu who also said the party had not granted automatic ticket for Buhari, however, said it would not be an offence in the eye of the law, INEC and the party's constitution if leaders made a decision to endorse the president for a second term.
  • USA reverses decision to close Palestinian office

    USA reverses decision to close Palestinian office

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    The US order last week to close the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO) office was in response to efforts by Palestinians to indict Israeli officials at the global court over illegal settlement expansion and violent crimes. Since 1967, Israel's government has transferred between 600,000 and 750,000 Israeli citizens into the occupied territories. The Trump administration could lift the restrictions after 90 days if peace talks have begun between the Palestinians and the US, the AP ...
  • With Heavy Police Escort, Hadiya Goes To Airport To Take Delhi Flight

    With Heavy Police Escort, Hadiya Goes To Airport To Take Delhi Flight

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    Chaotic scenes prevailed as mediapersons, who tried to approach her, jostled with the policemen after she reached the airport in Nedumbassery amid tight security. The Supreme Court had on Wednesday turned down a plea for an urgent hearing on a plea filed by Hadiya's father. Divan, appearing for woman's father K M Ashokan, claimed that Jahan was a radicalized man and several organizations like Popular Front of India were involved in radicalization of society.