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WHITE House doctor Ronny Jackson says President Donald Trump is in general good health and that he has "no concerns" about his mental health. Dr Jackson said he talks daily with Mr Trump "and I have found no reason whatsoever to think that the president has any issues whatsoever with his thought process".
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    Judge Loya case: Bench headed by CJI to hear plea

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    The Chief Justice's bench, which also comprises Justices AM Khanwilkar and DY Chandrachud, had yesterday fixed the next date of hearing and ordered that the case be put up "before the appropriate Bench as per the roster". On the court's direction, Salve later agreed that the documents could be shown to the petitioners' counsel on the understanding that they should not be made public.
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    ABVP member hacked to death by unidentified gang in Kerala

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    The actor star also noted that it is deeply disturbing to see the institutions that are morally responsible for the society's well-being, guilty of instigating violence among people. Meanwhile, the hartal called up by the BJP in the district as a protest against the murder is so far peaceful. At least 45 CPM activists and 44 BJP activists have been killed in the district since 2000, due to the political rivalry of the two parties.
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    Security concerns grow over Rohingya repatriation deal

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    According to the Information Committee, the Foreign Affairs Ministry - also led by Suu Kyi - made the demand to its Bangladeshi counterpart during a bilateral meeting held in Naypyidaw in mid-November. In a statement circulated on Twitter, the Arakan Rohingya Salavation Army (ARSA) said the "deceitfully and crookedly (repatriation) offering" will lock Rohingya in "so-called temporary camps.
  • White House doctor says President Trump is 'very healthy'

    White House doctor says President Trump is 'very healthy'

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    Patients' math skills get a work out, as they are asked to count by subtracting seven from 100 and keep subtracting seven until the doctor tells them to stop. Trump has no heart disease and no family history of it. Jackson said Trump himself had requested to sit the test after questions about his mental health .
  • House Intel delays Hope Hicks interview in Russian Federation investigation

    House Intel delays Hope Hicks interview in Russian Federation investigation

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    The committee issued a subpoena for him to return for a second round. Cobb told CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett that Mueller has not yet made a formal request to talk to Trump, but may well do so soon. "I don't think it's gonna go anywhere". Mr Bannon's lawyer, however, told Axios that the White House laid out strict limitations on what Mr Bannon could and could not discuss.
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    Cavusoglu: Turkey's Syria operation can not be limited to Afrin

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    Turkey is a fierce opponent of the Assad regime, but they are also concerned about the Kurdish control in Syria that includes an area that borders on their country. "We are not operating in Afrin". "This is a natural progression from the blueprint we have already used in areas throughout northern Syria and the Euphrates River Valley", said Col.
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    Some are actually questioning the expertise of Navy Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson , a respected physician who has served as White House doctor for 10 years. Trump is considered overweight and borderline obese at 6 feet 3 inches (1.9 meters) tall and 239 pounds (108 kg). The ultimate diagnosis was that Trump was in " excellent " health.
  • Doctor: Trump 'fit for office,' could improve diet, exercise

    Doctor: Trump 'fit for office,' could improve diet, exercise

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    Jackson said he and the president agreed that a reasonable weight loss goal for Trump would be 10 to 15 pounds over the next year. "He would benefit from a diet that is lower in fat and carbohydrates", Jackson said. There were also dozens of people who pointed to athletes with the same dimensions as Trump. 'The people that do the food at the White House are extraordinary, but I think they can maybe make the portions a little bit smaller and maybe we'll cut out some of the more fattening ...
  • Egypt's el-Sissi will run for a second term

    Egypt's el-Sissi will run for a second term

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    Many of his party's militants and supporters have also been arrested for opposing the current administration. The vote in the presidential elections will be held from March 26-28. Al- Sisi added: "I pledge that the next presidential election will be an example of transparency". Egyptian rights and opposition lawyer Khaled Ali announced in November previous year his intention to join the presidential race.
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    About 418,389 shares traded. It has outperformed by 26.62% the S&P500. Southwest Airlines Co ( NYSE:LUV ) received a lot of attention from a substantial price increase on the NYSE in the over the last few months. Currently Navigator Holdings Ltd. (NVGS ) has beta value of 0.80. Putnam Lc accumulated 176,342 shares. Gotham Asset Management Limited Liability Co invested in 606,851 shares or 0.5% of the stock.
  • Trump Postpones Weekend Mar-a-Lago Trip Amid Possible Government Shutdown

    Trump Postpones Weekend Mar-a-Lago Trip Amid Possible Government Shutdown

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    The President is expected to be in his Florida Mar-a-Lago resort this weekend, and Saturday will mark the one year anniversary of his inauguration. The White House was optimistic Thursday afternoon that lawmakers would come to a resolution, but that was ahead of the Senate's decision to abort action late Thursday night when they reached an impasse.
  • Keralite BSF soldier martyred in shootout in Kashmir

    Keralite BSF soldier martyred in shootout in Kashmir

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    The official said a BSF head constable Jagpal Singh sustained serious injuries in Pakistani troops firing in Samba district. "The exchange of fire is going on when the reports last came in", he said adding they have targeted BoPs and villages in over 35 kms of IB.
  • Trumps immigration policy to enhance national security

    Trumps immigration policy to enhance national security

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    On Twitter , Trump hit out at Democrat Senator Dick Durbin , who was present at last week's meeting and insisted the president used the slur repeatedly. "The wall works", Nielsen. Democratic lawmakers "don't want security at the border", Trump said. Several mental health experts have expressed their doubts about Trump's mental health since he assumed office and said his deteriorating vocabulary was an indication of cognitive decline.
  • 32 children rescued from Al-Shabaab

    32 children rescued from Al-Shabaab

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    A second official confirmed the raid, which was carried out with the support of helicopters that later evacuated the young recruits. Hundreds of children, according to the Human Rights Watch report, have been conscripted by the terror group.
  • Senate Schedules 10 pm Vote on CR; House Asked to be Flexible

    Senate Schedules 10 pm Vote on CR; House Asked to be Flexible

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    Gottheimer broke with his party when he supported the House bill. A pile of unfinished Capitol Hill business has been on hold, first as Republicans ironed out last fall's tax bill and now as Democrats insist on progress on immigration. From left, Speaker Paul D. Ryan , R-Wis., Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer , D-N.Y., are staring at a government shutdown threat.
  • Donald Trump Is Officially Obese, According To His Doctor

    Donald Trump Is Officially Obese, According To His Doctor

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    A doctor asks the patient to say as many words that begin with a single letter given by the doctor. "I told him what I thought - and that's more important to me than anything else", the South Carolina Republican told CNN's Dana Bash in an interview to be broadcast Sunday.
  • North Korea: Seeking better relations with the South?

    North Korea: Seeking better relations with the South?

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    The move comes as regional tensions remain high over North Korean threats. Ahead of the 2018 Winter Olympics , North and South Korean officials are talking for the first time in two years. The North did not give a reason for the cancellation, Yonhap quoted the ministry as saying. While security is always a top priority at the Olympics there have been terrorist attacks in the past, most significantly the 1972 Summer Games in Munich where 11 Israeli athletes and coaches were killed by ...
  • Natural disaster strikes off the coast of Baja California

    Natural disaster strikes off the coast of Baja California

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    Yolanda Vallejo, owner of Rivera del Mar RV Park in Loreto, said the quake didn't even give her a start. Other towns around the same size-Pueblo Yaqui, Villa Juárez and Santa Rosalia-were about 80 miles away from the quake. The Baja California peninsula, which borders the United States, is home to various resorts including Los Cabos - a favourite among North American and European tourists.
  • North Korea last-minute cancels planned trip to South

    North Korea last-minute cancels planned trip to South

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    South Korea's Unification Ministry said on Saturday that the sudden cancellation of a North Korean delegation's planned visit to the South to prepare for the North's art troupe during the Winter Olympics was "not a permanent cancellation". If eventually successful, the visit of the Samjiyon Orchestra will be the first to the South by a North Korean performing squad in 15 years. The White House says the joint Olympic team is an opportunity for North Korea to see the value of ending its ...