• 8-year-old boy killed in crossfire between UP Police And criminals

    8-year-old boy killed in crossfire between UP Police And criminals

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    Madhav was killed during the exchange of fire in Mohanpur Aduki village last evening. A bullet hit Madhav Bharadwaj in the head during the shootout between police and alleged criminals.According to the police, Criminals who were involved in a recent robbery case and hiding in Mohanpura village that is about 450 km from the state capital Lucknow .
  • Schiff: Bannon's refusal to answer questions 'unprecedented'

    Schiff: Bannon's refusal to answer questions 'unprecedented'

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    He was also slapped with a new subpoena on Tuesday from the committee itself, according to Rep. Mike Conaway, the Texas Republican leading the committee's Russian Federation probe, and committee chairman Rep. Earlier Tuesday, a White House official said the president did not invoke executive privilege to prevent Bannon from answering the committee's questions.
  • Trump on Exercising: 'I Mean I Walk, I This, I That'

    Trump on Exercising: 'I Mean I Walk, I This, I That'

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    Trump is known to consume copious amounts of fast food , candy, and soda, and doesn't maintain a regular exercise regimen. Trump has said that he has never smoked or imbibed alcohol, which Jackson said has contributed to the president's good health.
  • Semi-truck drivers, attorney general partner up to help human-trafficking victims

    Semi-truck drivers, attorney general partner up to help human-trafficking victims

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    The Arizona Attorney General's Office says it is donating to pay for more than 25,000 window stickers to be placed on big rigs throughout the state to encourage trafficking victims to call or text for help. The group says human trafficking exists everywhere on earth, including Cape Cod. Senator Steve Daines is supporting legislation to crackdown on online sex trafficking.
  • York officer with US Marshal's task force injured in shooting

    York officer with US Marshal's task force injured in shooting

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    A U.S. marshal has been killed and two other officers have been injured while serving a warrant in Pennsylvania. Officials have not released the severity of the officers' injuries at this time. He says more information will be given at an afternoon news conference. According to ABC station WHTM , the shooting happened Thursday morning at 17th and Mulberry streets.
  • White House backs short-term government funding bill

    White House backs short-term government funding bill

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    Trump's incendiary remarks about "s-thole" countries in Africa last week dashed any hopes of a quick immigration deal coming together this week. And Sanders, speaking with reporters at the White House on Tuesday, made it clear that they will blame Democrats if the government shuts down.
  • Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (Achilles) makes early exit from Lakers' game on Wednesday

    Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (Achilles) makes early exit from Lakers' game on Wednesday

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    Adams was instrumental in pacing a dominating effort on the glass, posting 21 points and 10 rebounds. "Once you accept something, regardless of what it is, I think you become comfortable with it", he said, per ESPN's Royce Young . "He was the head of the snake in that department". Ball has a left knee injury that kept him out of a Monday matchup against the Memphis Grizzlies. Kuzma left with a finger joint sprain and did not return, and forward Kentavious Caldwell-Pope left with a right ...
  • Government shutdown looms amid immigration debate

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    They were under intense pressure from immigrant activists to hold firm on demands for a solution for young immigrants known as "dreamers" who face losing protections against deportation that the Trump administration has targeted for elimination.
  • 'Little Ripper' Drone Rescues Australian Swimmers In World First

    'Little Ripper' Drone Rescues Australian Swimmers In World First

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    They were unharmed, aside from some fatigue. The Little Ripper drone was unveiled and taken out of the box earlier that morning, part of the government's almost $344,000 investment in drone technology. "This is a world-first rescue", Mr Barilaro said. Deputy premier and minister for regional NSW, John Barilaro, told the broadcaster: "Never before has a drone fitted with a flotation device been used to rescue swimmers like this".
  • Two policemen martyred as suspects open fire in Quetta

    Two policemen martyred as suspects open fire in Quetta

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    The gunmen were riding a motorcycle when they shot Sakina Bibi, 50, and her daughter Alizah, 20, Reuters reported, quoting police official Naseebullah Khan. In a statement after the firing incident, the prime minister expressed sympathies with the bereaved families, and said that polio teams were rendering a huge national service to save children from the crippling disease.
  • BSF man killed in cross border firing in RS Pura

    BSF man killed in cross border firing in RS Pura

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    The Pakistan Rangers opened fire and shelled areas along the IB in RS Pura, Arnia and Ramgarh sectors since 9 PM Wednesday night. "A BSF man, who was manning LMG position in the border outpost, was hit by a bullet". He has been hospitalised. The deceased girl has been identified as Neelam Devi. Director General BSF K K Sharma and other top BSF officials attended the wreath laying ceremony of the slain border guard at FTR HQ BSF Camp Paloura, Jammu .
  • Divers Discover the World's Longest Underwater Cave Outside Tulum, Mexico

    Divers Discover the World's Longest Underwater Cave Outside Tulum, Mexico

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    The team has now connected two cavern systems, which together constitute a monolithic network called the Sac Actun System. According to explorers, this is believed to be the biggest flooded cave on the planet. More exciting than the otherworldly underwater photographs coming out of the caves is the possibility of deciphering the secrets of the Maya civilization, which ruled this region before the 16th-century Spanish conquests of Central and South American.
  • GST on 29 Items Cut to Zero Percent as per council meet

    GST on 29 Items Cut to Zero Percent as per council meet

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    The panel also revised GST rates for 53 services categories. Small traders have demanded clubbing together of GSTR-1, 2 and 3 forms into one. The date of the next meeting of the Council has not yet been decided, he said. Rs 35,000 crore of Integrated GST will be provisionally divided between the Centre and states. Mr Jaitley, who heads the powerful GST Council , said the new rates will be effective from January 25.
  • Cognitive test given to Trump is a 10-minute routine screening

    Cognitive test given to Trump is a 10-minute routine screening

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    Saudi Arabia is one of four foreign government-linked groups, along with Malaysia, the American Turkish Council and the Kuwait Embassy, to spend money at Trump properties and raise questions about the Constitution's Emoluments Clause, which prevents the President from receiving money from overseas.
  • Doctor says Trump's health excellent, has no cognitive issues

    Doctor says Trump's health excellent, has no cognitive issues

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    Navy doctor Ronny Jackson says his assessment is based on Mr. Trump's cardiac assessment. "He is the only doctor that has weighed in on this matter that has actually examined the president", Sanders said. The tabloid-style book Fire and Fury by journalist Michael Wolff, published this month, led to speculation about Trump's mental fitness for office.
  • Republicans in Congress push for vote to avoid shutdown

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    Crowley, New York Democrat , said on Fox News. Both sides blamed the other in case the bill doesn't pass and much of the federal government shuts down Saturday for lack of money amid a drama-filled battle over the fate of immigrants brought to the United States illegally as children.