• No Arrest. CB Lets Amala Paul Go

    No Arrest. CB Lets Amala Paul Go

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    The case against the actor is that she forged documents and used fake address to register her vehicle in Puducherry in a bid to evade tax. The actor filed for anticipatory bail and was released on a bond of Rs. The actor revealed that the vehicle was used to ply between Puducherry, where he owned agricultural property, his house in Bangalore and his brothers' residences in Coimbatore and Tuticorin.
  • New Zealand to bat first in final T20 against Windies

    New Zealand to bat first in final T20 against Windies

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    New Zealand move into matches against Pakistan, starting with the first ODI at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on Saturday. Munro got to his third T20I hundred off 47 balls in the 17th over of the bowling off Ashley Nurse. The West Indies trailed 1-0 in the T20 series after game two, also at Mount Maunganui two days ago, was abandoned at the end of nine overs because of rain.
  • Innocent teen shot in Vancouver has died: coroner

    Innocent teen shot in Vancouver has died: coroner

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    The Vancouver Police Department made the announcement at 4:45 p.m. on January 15. "They were having a normal Saturday-night evening out with family and now they are grieving for their son", Vancouver Police Chief Adam Palmer told a news conference on Monday afternoon, before the provincial coroner confirmed the boy's death.
  • Trump tell reporters:

    Trump tell reporters: "I'm the least racist person you have ever interviewed"

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    Although Trump has denied using the word, he has continued to face widespread criticism from Democratic lawmakers and pundits quick to label the remark as "racist". Several African countries including Senegal, Botswana, The Gambia, South Africa and Namibia have criticized Trump over the statement. Mr. Trump reportedly singled out Haiti , El Salvador and parts of Africa as " shithole countries " during a meeting with USA lawmakers about immigration Thursday, according to the ...
  • I am not a racist, Trump declares

    I am not a racist, Trump declares

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    However, it was relitigated a few days ago after Trump suggested immigrants from Haiti and African nations were from " shithole countries " in a closed-door meeting with lawmakers. Cotton said Sunday on CBS' " Face the Nation " that he "didn't hear" the vulgar word used. Mr Graham also attended the meeting. But Trump has stuck with a vague denial that he used such language, and so far has made no move to apologize, hurting prospects for a deal on DACA and making life uncomfortable for ...
  • Hundreds Of People Fill Irvine Synagogue To Remember Murdered UPenn Student

    Hundreds Of People Fill Irvine Synagogue To Remember Murdered UPenn Student

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    Orange County Undersheriff Don Barnes said, "We believe Mr". Police say DNA evidence has linked that friend, 20-year-old Samuel Woodward, to his death. Police said, according to the affidavit, Woodward couldn't remember his girlfriend's last name or where she lived during questioning. Bernstein, according to the Orange County Register , had texted friends in June that Woodward was about to "hit on me" and "he made me promise not to tell anyone ...
  • Togadia 'missing': Special team to look for him

    Togadia 'missing': Special team to look for him

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    It all began on Monday morning, 10 days after the Hindu leader had alleged that a "higher up in the BJP" was trying to implicate him in a murder case, when the VHP activists stormed the Sola police station in Ahmedabad alleging that Toghadia was missing and that he had been taken away by Rajasthan Police.
  • Koreas progress in talks despite North's threats

    Koreas progress in talks despite North's threats

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    South Korea has also proposed a united women's ice hockey team with the North. According to the Ministry of Unification, North Korea chose to send the Samjiyon Band of Mansudae Art Troupe to South Korea. Tensions have eased, but North Korea is calling for more changes that would place Seoul in a hard position. But lyrics praising the North could fall foul of South Korean security laws, and any attempt to use the Games to peddle regime propaganda could quickly backfire, according ...
  • Venezuela military arrests rebels after dramatic shoot-out

    Venezuela military arrests rebels after dramatic shoot-out

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    Then in December, a video posted on Perez's YouTube account shows armed, masked men taking control of military barracks under cover of night. "We're wounded. He went into hiding afterward, only to pop up two weeks later at an opposition vigil for anti-government protesters killed during demonstrations that rocked the country previous year.
  • 'I'm the least racist person'

    'I'm the least racist person'

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    I am the least racist person you have ever interviewed, that I can tell you", Trump told reporters on Sunday in Florida , where he was having dinner with Republican House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy. "I am telling you that he did not use that word", he told ABC's This Week. He added, "Why do we need more Haitians?" Made up by Dems.' Mr Trump wrote , 'I have a wonderful relationship with Haitians.
  • President Denies Slur on Immigration

    President Denies Slur on Immigration

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    But on Friday , President Trump denied ever using such derogatory language. And I'm telling you it's a gross misrepresentation. Trump denied making the " shithole countries " comments during discussions about whether to include immigrants from El Salvador, Haiti and African countries in an immigration bill on Thursday.
  • Lavrov slams Vancouver meeting on N.Korea

    Lavrov slams Vancouver meeting on N.Korea

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    The six-party talks to denuclearize the Korean peninsula, which involved South Korea, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), China, the United States , Russia and Japan, have been suspended since late 2008. "When this freeze, this moratorium on non-friendly and confrontational moves comes into effect, we will actively support direct contacts between the most interested parties, namely Pyongyang and Washington, as we are taking on the North Korean nuclear issue".
  • Hawaii's residents receive false missile alert, triggering hysteria, evacuations

    Hawaii's residents receive false missile alert, triggering hysteria, evacuations

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    Reports from the island indicate that alert sirens did not go off. Roughly 30 minutes later, another alert was sent out, saying the first message was sent out by mistake, but before that, parts of the state were sent into panic. "We were playing cards through the whole event because really what are you going to do", Robertson said . He said that North Korea is a constant concern, given the threat of nuclear missiles.
  • Winston Peters to North Korea talks

    Winston Peters to North Korea talks

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    The meeting will involve 21 countries - including Australia, Canada, France, India, Japan, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the U.S. - and show solidarity against North Korea's nuclear ambitions. It prompted Democratic Hawaiian congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard to criticise Trump's efforts to achieve a peaceful outcome with North Korea. But U.S. officials say hawks in the Trump administration remain pessimistic that the North-South contacts will lead anywhere.
  • Japan, Bulgaria agree to seek early implementation of joint-EU EPA

    Japan, Bulgaria agree to seek early implementation of joint-EU EPA

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    Abe praised the cargo harbor in Riga as "a successful center of transportation and logistics" that will allow Asian suppliers to deliver goods to the region. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday visited a memorial for late Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara, who is credited with helping some 6,000 Jewish refugees escape Nazi persecution during World War II.
  • Steve Bannon testifying before House Intel Committee next week

    Steve Bannon testifying before House Intel Committee next week

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    But in recent weeks, the House intelligence panel made a request that Bannon testify before the committee. The House committee had sent a letter to Bannon in late December requesting the interview, Bloomberg reported at the time . Both of them only deepen the animosity between the president and his White House press handlers and the reporters toiling to get honest answers from them.
  • Donald Trump denies being a racist after 'shithole' row

    Donald Trump denies being a racist after 'shithole' row

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    DACA has protected about 800,000 people who were brought to the USA illegally as children or came with families who overstayed visas. "Relations between South Africa and the United States , and between the rest of Africa and the United States, must be based on mutual respect and understanding", the foreign ministry said in a statement on Sunday.
  • Unsafe wind chills could reach minus 30

    Unsafe wind chills could reach minus 30

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    Tuesday ", StormTrack5 Meteorologist Brett Anthony said. The National Weather Service says a strong cold front is on the way and that could bring flurries and unsafe wind chills to the area. Thus the Wind Chill Advisory is issued for the WQAD News 8 viewing area. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities, and use caution while driving.