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Lt Colonel Purohit's bail plea was earlier rejected by the Bombay High Court saying the charges against him were of a grave nature, after which he moved the top court. Purohit also added that he is yet to be told about his next posting. "I feel there was pressure on the NIA", he said. I want to return to my two families - my service and my home.
  • PRESIDENTIAL VISIT: President Donald Trump lands in Phoenix, ahead of downtown rally

    PRESIDENTIAL VISIT: President Donald Trump lands in Phoenix, ahead of downtown rally

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    Arpaio was also in the news in 2012 when he sent envoys to Hawaii in a quest to track down President Barack Obama's birth certificate. The chief strategist had made it his mission to remind Trump of what his most fervent supporters want from his presidency, and some conservative strategists have openly anxious that without Bannon around Trump will be too influenced by more traditional Republicans - such as on Afghanistan policy.
  • Anti-Muslim group cancels pro-Trump rally in downtown Orlando

    Anti-Muslim group cancels pro-Trump rally in downtown Orlando

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    The new event will be conducted online and through other media. The group in question is ACT For America, which has released a whining, disingenuous statement about trying to protect people who can't "peacefully express their opinion" without being in danger of "physical harm from terror groups domestic and worldwide".
  • Trump defends Charlottesville response at Phoenix rally

    Trump defends Charlottesville response at Phoenix rally

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    Trump is trying to shift the focus to his core campaign theme of getting tough on immigration after rankling some of his most loyal supporters with his decision, announced Monday, to maintain to a US military presence in Afghanistan. At one point, a Trump supporter and protester shoved each other. Police officers later formed a line in the middle of a street separating the protesters and Trump supporters.
  • US Soldier Who Defected to N. Korea Dies of Stroke

    US Soldier Who Defected to N. Korea Dies of Stroke

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    Soon after his arrival, he found himself facing a court-martial for forging signatures on official paperwork that gave him permission to leave the base which, ultimately, led to his going AWOL (Absent Without Leave) due to his unwillingness to face the punishment.
  • Iraqi forces gain ground on ISIL in Tal Afar offensive

    Iraqi forces gain ground on ISIL in Tal Afar offensive

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    Recapturing Tall Afar would cut off one of Islamic State's last routes to move supplies and fighters to and from Syria, about 60 miles farther west, and mark a milestone in the bitter three-year effort to defeat the group that once controlled a third of Iraq.
  • CSX Corporation (CSX) Rating Lowered to Sell at BidaskClub

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    Investment Management of Virginia LLC's holdings in CSX Corporation were worth $417,000 at the end of the most recent reporting period. Other institutional investors have also recently added to or reduced their stakes in the company. eBay Inc. The ex-dividend date of this dividend is Tuesday, August 29th. In the transaction dated December 12, 2016, the great number of shares disposed came courtesy the President; Gooden Clarence W disposed a total of 28,587 shares at an average price of ...
  • Kaifiyat Express Derails In UP's Auraiyya District, Over 70 Reportedly Injured

    Kaifiyat Express Derails In UP's Auraiyya District, Over 70 Reportedly Injured

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    No deaths have been reported so far, The Indian Express reported. Nine coaches of the Kaifiyat Express derailed near Auraiya in Uttar Pradesh in the early hours today. He confirmed that 74 passengers have received minor injuries out of which four are critical and two have been referred to Etawah and two to Saifai. "Seven trains have been canceled and five have been diverted", an official told IANS.
  • Timeline: Trump has yet to speak with Heather Heyer's family

    Timeline: Trump has yet to speak with Heather Heyer's family

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    Two days later, apparently under pressure from his team, he criticised "the KKK, neo-Nazis, white supremacists and other hate gangs". After listening to Mr. In his tweets on Thursday, he wrote that "you can't change history, but you can learn from it". The tweets come as the movement to remove symbols of the Confederacy from cities across the country has gained momentum following the deadly white-nationalist fueled violence in Charlottesville .
  • Secret Service engages in damage control after comments on Trump family

    Secret Service engages in damage control after comments on Trump family

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    The Secret Service is going broke. For instance, when Eric traveled to Uruguay this year, the Secret Service spent $100,000 for hotel room expenses. Not only is the Secret Service required to protect Trump, they must also protect his family, including his adult children who often travel for their own business and on behalf of the president on government business.
  • Typhoon Hato delays trading in Hong Kong

    Typhoon Hato delays trading in Hong Kong

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    According to the HKO, a continental airstream is affecting Hong Kong under the influence of Typhoon Hato, bringing very hot weather and moderate winds. and 5 p.m. on Wednesday are canceled. Other transport services including ferries to the gaming hub of Macau and outlying islands in Hong Kong were suspended.
  • United States sanctions Chinese and Russian entities for conducting business with North Korea

    United States sanctions Chinese and Russian entities for conducting business with North Korea

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    Overseas labor is a source of revenue for the North Korean government , and the Treasury Department contends some of the laborers' income helped finance the ballistic missile testing. The U.S. Justice Department is also seeking forfeitures of $11 million from firms that allegedly laundered money for North Korean banks. "We saw this with the Six Party talks, when China exerted pressure from the standpoint of oil and gas, (the North Koreans) came to the table", she said.
  • State Department warns U.S. travelers about crime in Mexico

    State Department warns U.S. travelers about crime in Mexico

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    Quintana Roo alone has seen 169 murders this year. US personnel had previously been allowed to fly to the resort of Ixtapa and its sister resort of Zihuatanejo. 'U.S. citizens have been the victims of violent crimes, including homicide, kidnapping, carjacking, and robbery in various Mexican states, ' the warning reads on the department's website.
  • President Donald Trump Watches the Eclipse at the White House

    President Donald Trump Watches the Eclipse at the White House

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    And aside from remembering not to cauterize your smart phone camera's sensors , one of the most important (and obvious) pleas made by experts is to not look directly into the solar eclipse with your naked, unprotected eyeballs. "NO MR. PRESIDENT, NOOOOOOO", Lachlan Markay, a political reporter wrote on Twitter . Over the next 90 minutes, the total eclipse traveled through 14 different states until ending in SC.
  • US Navy to Relieve Admiral of Command After Collisions

    US Navy to Relieve Admiral of Command After Collisions

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    The Navy is now imposing a rare operational pause following the tragedies. He became commander of the Seventh Fleet in September of 2015, according to the Navy. The 7th Fleet has been involved in three collisions since January, the last two of which have resulted in the deaths of 17 sailors. Two additional collisions happened within the Seventh Fleet's area of responsibility this year, once when the USS Lake Champlain collided with a South Korean fishing vessel and on another occasion when ...
  • Morrissey launching record label with new album

    Morrissey launching record label with new album

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    The record will be the musician's first studio album since 2014, and with it being his first on BMG , they're excited to see the response to his latest work. It was recorded between La Fabrique Studios in south-eastern France and Ennio Morricone's Forum Studios in Rome . He has also worked on albums by, among others, U2; Rufus Wainwright; Elton John; Frank Zappa; Tori Amos; Beck and The Strokes.
  • Arrests Made After 'Free Speech' Rally Ends

    Arrests Made After 'Free Speech' Rally Ends

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    In his final message, the president again underscored the need for unification, stating that he applauded the protesters "who are speaking out against bigotry and hate". "Police are looking tough and smart!" Trump's comments on Tuesday sparked intense backlash among both Democrats and Republicans, who condemned hate groups and urged the president to more firmly denounce white supremacists and neo-Nazis.
  • Trump removes Stephen Bannon from White House

    Trump removes Stephen Bannon from White House

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    In the second round of today's show, Lee and Garland will give a preview of what the President might be saying on Afghanistan. The anonymous prankster, who tweets as @ SINON_REBORN , opened his emails to both editors with the line: 'Reading online about how i'll be bringing forth my wrath on Ivanka and Jared.
  • Nearly 10 Percent of Americans Consider Neo-Nazi Views Acceptable

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    Believing in Neo-Nazi ideologies is considered acceptable by nine percent of the USA population, or around 22 million people, while 83 percent believe such views to be unacceptable, a new poll showed on Tuesday. The poll found that a majority of Americans - 56 percent - disapproved of Trump's response to events in Charlottesville. That same percentage, 55 percent, disagreed with Trump's assessment that both sides were to blame , while 35 percent said it was accurate.