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Ravindra H. Dholakia in favor for a rate reduction of 25bps points. The Reserve Bank of India ( RBI ) is likely to keep interest rates on hold for a prolonged period starting with its policy meeting this week on concerns of rising inflation , economists surveyed by Mint said.
  • Suspect dead, officer in hospital after shooting in Missouri

    Suspect dead, officer in hospital after shooting in Missouri

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    Officer Ryan O'Conner, 44, was rushed St. Anthony's hospital. The suspect, Chad Klahs, was also shot in the head and died of his injuries, according to police. Jefferson County Sheriff's deputies were investigating at the scene where the crashed SUV remains surrounded by police tape. The most recent booking photo of the 29-year old is from May of this year.
  • Akash Dadlani Fails To Make Arshi Khan And Shilpa Shinde Patch Up

    Akash Dadlani Fails To Make Arshi Khan And Shilpa Shinde Patch Up

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    Akash Dadlani sings a rap singer. However, it is being said that one among them will be sent to secret room. Hiten asks Vikas whom did he save? Shilpa agrees provided he saves Puneesh later on during nominations. She asks Vikas not to double cross her. She says yes but not now. Hina goes and tells Hiten that she wants to become the captain. Earlier, she was at loggerheads with Hina but now both of them share amiable terms.
  • Labor Senator referred to High Court over citizenship

    Labor Senator referred to High Court over citizenship

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    The ACT senator had been entitled to British citizenship via her father. Australia's 116-year-old constitution bans dual citizens from holding national office and the High Court adopted a strict interpretation of it in October in a country where half the population were either born overseas or have a parent who was.
  • Russian FM: Haley's North Korea assertion 'bloodthirsty'

    Russian FM: Haley's North Korea assertion 'bloodthirsty'

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    Haley said that President Donald Trump had called Xi and asked him to cut off oil supplies to North Korea . "We are already seeing signs of problems, of cashflow problems in North Korea ". North Korea claimed the new Hwasong-15 missile soared to an altitude of about 2,780 miles (4,475 km) and flew 590 miles (950km) during its 53-minute flight before landing in the sea new Japan .
  • More than 40 injured after German trains collide

    More than 40 injured after German trains collide

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    Around 150 passengers were on board at the time. Forty-seven people were injured, including three seriously, in a train collision near Dusseldorf city on Tuesday, local fire department said. However, it remains unclear why the freight train parked on the same track. A German government spokesman said Chancellor Angela Merkel had been briefed on the situation.
  • Massive Chinese air drills warn USA 'not to provoke Pyongyang'

    Massive Chinese air drills warn USA 'not to provoke Pyongyang'

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    Six Raptors are participating for the first time in the five-day annual training exercise known as Vigilant Ace, which began Monday amid rising tensions with North Korea over its nuclear weapons program. North Korea has vehemently criticized the drills since the weekend, saying the exercise "precipitates" the United States' and South Korea's "self-destruction".
  • United Kingdom police foil plot to kill Theresa May

    United Kingdom police foil plot to kill Theresa May

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    The plot was one of nine terrorist attacks on the United Kingdom foiled by British intelligence in the past year, according to Sky News. A Scotland Yard spokesperson declined to confirm to The Independent whether the arrests were linked to a plot to attack the prime minister.
  • Britain, EU fail to reach Brexit deal

    Britain, EU fail to reach Brexit deal

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    The newspaper said it was the first major opinion poll since last week's media reports that Britain is preparing to pay about €50 billion ($59 billion) to help pave the way for talks on a future trade pact with the EU. If talks on Monday go well then European Union leaders could give a green light to trade talks at their summit on December 14-15. The Financial Times also reported that a compromise on the border had been reached.
  • USA officials say Trump has cast wider net for deportations

    USA officials say Trump has cast wider net for deportations

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    The newly released data provides the most comprehensive look yet at how immigration enforcement is changing under the Trump administration. Even as border crossings decline, however, Trump continues to push for his promised wall along the border - a wall that critics say is unnecessary and a waste of cash.
  • Al Oweiran optimistic about Egypt and Saudi Arabia World Cup chances

    Al Oweiran optimistic about Egypt and Saudi Arabia World Cup chances

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    Roberto Martinez will also be making his World Cup debut. Holders Germany will face Mexico, Sweden and South Korea as they try to retain the title for the first time since Brazil in 1962. Five-time World Cup champions Brazil will meet European playoff winners Switzerland, Costa Rica and Serbia in Group E , while first-timers Iceland , the country with the lowest population of the 32 nations, will meet two-time World Cup champions Argentina, Croatia and Nigeria in Group D .
  • All Eyes On Moscow for World Cup Draw

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    There, defending champion Germany (currently No. 1) will contend with Mexico (No. 16) and Sweden (No. 18). The only group without a team ranked in the Top 10 of SPI is Group A , as host Russian Federation is ranked 27th. With all four teams in the Top 30 of SPI rankings, Group D is the third-most hard group by average rating (80.2). But it won't just be a two-horse race, as African representative Tunisia might also have a say in who goes through from the group.
  • Creek Fire Burns 2500 Acres in Sylmar Area; Evacuation Orders in Place

    Creek Fire Burns 2500 Acres in Sylmar Area; Evacuation Orders in Place

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    Some 1,000 personnel are now battling the blaze, and 27,000 people have been forced to evacuate the area. The Creek Fire was the second blaze to erupt and is also considered a wildfire. The fire was first reported just before 4 a.m., according to the California Highway Patrol's incident website. "Kababayans affected by the fires should not hesitate to get in touch with the Philippine Consulate General in Los Angeles if they need assistance", Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano said in a statement.
  • USA decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital alarming, Kalın says

    USA decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital alarming, Kalın says

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    Trump will announce Wednesday his decision on whether the USA will recognize the contested city of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, according to the White House. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, Palestine's official WAFA news agency reported. Over a phone call, the two ministers expressed their hope that the USA administration reconsiders its plan before making a final decision, due to its potentially risky impact on the region and the peace negotiations between Palestine and ...
  • Schumer and Pelosi invited back to White House after standing up Trump

    Schumer and Pelosi invited back to White House after standing up Trump

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    One of the main issues at the gathering could be avoiding a government shutdown , as it occurs the day before a deadline to fund the government. McConnell's statement came a day after the House announced a plan to pass another continuing resolution in order to extend federal funding through December 22 as the current stopgap measure approaches the December 8 deadline.