• PM Modi to address 2017's final 'Mann Ki Baat' today

    PM Modi to address 2017's final 'Mann Ki Baat' today

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    The concept of New India, Prime Minister Modi opined, is based on three pillars- Shanti, Ekta, and Sadbhavna. "It is now time that a system is created where newest development opportunities are easily accessible for the New India Youth as soon as they turn 18", he said.
  • Meghan Markle considered as a Bond girl before Royal engagement

    Meghan Markle considered as a Bond girl before Royal engagement

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    But if that wasn't scary enough for the American actress, she had the eyes of the world on her as she curtsied for the Queen outside St Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham. She always did. Our dad is unbelievable and completely self sacrificing. The book in question is her memoir, The Diary of Princess Pushy's Sister , which she is now writing .
  • Ohio State DE Sam Hubbard declares for NFL Draft

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    Darnold is also a very good athlete, better than he's given credit for, and can make plays with his legs. If Darnold performs well, the narrative will be why he should be the top pick by Cleveland in April. The Trojans were held scoreless in the second half and scored only on a 15-yard drive in the second quarter after Ohio State's K.J. Hill muffed a punt.
  • Liberman: Iran Supplied Rockets Fired at South

    Liberman: Iran Supplied Rockets Fired at South

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    A statement by the IDF's Spokesperson's Office says it "proved once again that Iran, through rogue and extremist terrorist organizations, is acting to bring about a deterioration in the regional situation". "We still don't know if it was Hamas, Islamic Jihad, or some other group that fired the missiles, but we will find out and act accordingly". However, Israel said it held Hamas responsible for any hostility from Gaza and usually retaliates with attacks on Hamas positions.
  • Schroder Investment Management Group Acquires 539663 Shares of Callon Petroleum (CPE)

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    About 2.70M shares traded. Callon Petroleum Company (NYSE: CPE ) market capitalization at present is $2.51B at the rate of $12.36 a share. It has underperformed by 4.41% the S&P500. The company was maintained on Monday, August 14 by Canaccord Genuity. Over a month, it has seen its stock price volatility to stay at 3.74% while shortening the period to a week, volatility was 3.66%.
  • Doug Jones certified as Alabama's senator-elect; Roy Moore's lawsuit dismissed

    Doug Jones certified as Alabama's senator-elect; Roy Moore's lawsuit dismissed

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    He refused to concede weeks ago when the race was called for Jones, who went on to beat Moore by more than 20,000 votes. Jones is scheduled to be sworn in as the junior senator from Alabama next week. Correction: An earlier version misstated Jones' margin of victory . Alabama election officials have certified Doug Jones as the state's next USA senator, leaving Republican Roy Moore with nearly no options to try to block his rival's ascension to the seat.
  • Suspect drives off pier in bid to elude police

    Suspect drives off pier in bid to elude police

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    He apparently left the area and returned about 10 a.m. when police attempted to arrest him on accusations of criminal trespassing. He took off as they approached his truck to make the arrest, starting a short pursuit. Fishermen on the nearby vessel Pacific Wind responded to rescue him. Moreland said he was impressive by how quickly police and others came to the man's aid.
  • Are Analysts Bullish Summit Midstream Partners, LP (NYSE:SMLP) After Last Week?

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    The company has a market capitalization of $1.46 billion, a P/E ratio of 14.45 and a beta of 1.69. The stock increased 3.16% or $0.63 during the last trading session, reaching $20.57. Investors sentiment decreased to 0.83 in 2017 Q3. Its up 0.33, from 0.82 in 2017Q2. It turned negative, as 14 investors sold Summit Midstream Partners, LP shares while 16 reduced holdings.
  • J&K: Fidayeen attack on CRPF camp

    J&K: Fidayeen attack on CRPF camp

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    The CRPF says that the fidayeens managed to enter the Lethpora camp at 0210 hours on Sunday. Meanwhile, CRPF has issued an alert claiming similar attacks can be carried out at the other camps also. The exchange of fire was underway till last reports. The 47-year-old was wanted in various terror incidents earlier this year, including a suicide attack at the BSF camp at Srinagar airport, and had become an irritant for the security forces as he had escaped from encounter spots on ...
  • Nepal bans solo climbing on Mount Everest

    Nepal bans solo climbing on Mount Everest

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    At least 265 people have died on Mount Everest since 1922, and the previous year without any fatalities was 1977. According to the report, the first double amputee to reach the top of the 8,848-metre (29,029-foot) peak in 2006 was New Zealander Mark Inglis, who lost both his legs to frostbite.
  • UNESCO head 'deeply regrets' Israeli plan to leave agency

    UNESCO head 'deeply regrets' Israeli plan to leave agency

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    Israel said in October that it would pull out of Paris-based UNESCO after the United States said it was withdrawing due to alleged "anti-Israel bias". Azoulay agreed to view the email notice as official, so that "Israel, which has done every effort to complete the pullout alongside the United States, may not find itself still a member of this unfortunate organisation, which has been hijacked by the Arab states and Islam", Shama-Hacohen is quoted as saying.
  • Two mass graves of IS victims found in Raqqa

    Two mass graves of IS victims found in Raqqa

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    The general objective forces can do a lot of the kind of work that you see going on and, in fact, are now". But with fewer than 1,000 IS fighters thought to be in areas under SDF control, U.S. "They are practically Islamic State". Nonetheless, ISIS still poses a threat as it can continue to use social media to recruit followers that want to do harm, according to Mattis.
  • Two security officers killed at Arizona Charlie's

    Two security officers killed at Arizona Charlie's

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    The suspect fled the scene, but was located soon afterwards at a nearby home. At a briefing about 10 a.m., police said they had no motive for the shooting. The shooting comes as law enforcement officers are preparing for tens of thousands of New Year's Eve revelers on the Strip and three months after a mass shooting that killed 58 people.
  • Gunman kills 11 in attacks on Coptic church,…

    Gunman kills 11 in attacks on Coptic church,…

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    The police had said it shot dead the terrorist before he could break into the church. After the fact, El Sisi gave orders to the Defense and Interior ministries to eradicate terrorist activity in Sinai with the use of full force within three months, which has remained constant since 2013.
  • Israel notifies UNESCO of its withdrawal

    Israel notifies UNESCO of its withdrawal

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    Israel also suspended its funding at that time. Their withdrawals followed two Arab-sponsored resolutions that were adopted by the Paris-based Unesco this year which were critical of Israel. Israel previously said it meant to leave the Paris-based agency, citing "systematic attacks on the Jewish state". "A Member of UNESCO since 1949, Israel has a rightful place inside the United Nations agency that is dedicated to education, culture and science", she said.
  • Pakistan army, Nawaz Sharif likely to reach political deal

    Pakistan army, Nawaz Sharif likely to reach political deal

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    Nawaz Sharif is expected to meet Turkish premier and Saudi Arabia's top brass. Backdoor diplomacy initiated by Saudi Arabia and the UAE may help ease tensions between Pakistan's military and former prime minister Nawaz Sharif with a possibility of a political deal on the horizon, according to sources in political circles.