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Taking the podium, Manmohan Singh hit out at his successor Prime Minister Narendra Modi , questioning him over fulfilment of promises made during the campaign for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. Indicating the tensions inherent in the alliance of BJP and the PDP, parties with a huge ideological gap, Dr Singh said "they have installed a government where the two wings of the administration are working against each other".
  • Vladimir Putin casts his vote in Russian presidential election

    Vladimir Putin casts his vote in Russian presidential election

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    The scale of victory - which had been widely predicted - appeared to be a marked increase in his share of the vote from 2012, when he won 64 per cent. It is more common to see Russian Federation itself accused of election meddling, as it has been in the United States and 19 European nations. "Once again we were subject to pressure at just the moment when we needed to mobilise".
  • Ten-man Motherwell keep Celtic at bay

    Ten-man Motherwell keep Celtic at bay

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    If it had been two yellow cards out of it you might have thought it was harsh if I'm being honest. "I have had to put my arm around him". "It's hard to come in as back-up goalkeeper, but the likes of (goalkeeping coach) Stevie Woods, who has known him longer than I, have always said that he's a player that could play for us".
  • Kushner's Company Filed False Tenant Paperwork That Boosted Property Profits

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    After the company displaced most of the residents, it sold the buildings two years later for $60 million, almost 50 percent more than their purchase price, according to AP. But real estate experts say it is often flouted with little to no consequences. Kushner Companies apparently did that with the false documents it submitted, a year or two later.
  • White House Staffers Reportedly Signed Nondisclosure Agreements

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    The person added that Kelly and others in the West Wing believe McEntee has been unfairly maligned in the media. One person who signed an agreement said the NDAs were similar to those signed during Trump's campaign. And they meant "nearly everyone", noting that even a maker of his "Make America Great Again" hats was subject to a confidentiality agreement. These NDAs reportedly extend to beyond the end of Trump's presidential term.
  • United States once again tells Pakistan to

    United States once again tells Pakistan to "do more" against terrorists

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    During the 30-minute meeting, Pence emphasised the need for immediate action from Pakistan to stop cross-border attacks. Pakistan's ambassador to the United States Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhary said that Pakistan is stressing for Taliban's participation in future set up of Afghanistan as Kabul and Washington are working to end militancy from the country.
  • Russia says to retaliate soon against UK's 'signs of provocation'

    Russia says to retaliate soon against UK's 'signs of provocation'

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    Some see Ms Sobchak, the daughter of Mr Putin's one-time patron, as a Kremlin project meant to add a democratic veneer to the vote and help split the ranks of Kremlin critics. He said the group has registered an "alarming" rise in recent days in complaints that employers are forcing or pressuring workers to vote. In his next six years in office, Mr Putin is likely to assert Russia's power overseas even more strongly.
  • Wintry weather brings disruption as `mini beast from…

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    The north-west of England, Yorkshire, the Midlands, London and south-east England have been the worst hit with the strong winds making temperatures feel as cold as -7C or -8C. Drivers are being urged to be prepared before setting out on journeys after Highways England issued a further severe weather alert for snow. The return of the wintry weather caused disruption to road, rail and air travel, and forced several sporting events to be abandoned over the weekend.
  • Finally, Geelani passes on Tehreek baton to lifelong aide Sehrai

    Finally, Geelani passes on Tehreek baton to lifelong aide Sehrai

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    Tehreek-e-Hurriyat, a part of the composite Hurriyat Conference which consists of 24 smaller parties under the leadership of Geelani, has been espousing for Kashmir's "Azadi for the sake of Islam or its amalgamation with Pakistan". Sehrai, who is from Tikkipora in Lolab region of north Kashmir is known to be a hardcore Jamaat leader. Geelani's son-in-law Altaf Fantoosh was said to be the one in charge of party operations to a good extent.
  • We do not fear SP, BSP coming together - Yogi Adityanath

    We do not fear SP, BSP coming together - Yogi Adityanath

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    While BJP is having considerable trouble with its allies - witness TDP promoting a no confidence motion against it in Lok Sabha - Congress probably looks more innocuous to potential allies at the moment. In the 2014 LS elections, the BJP had romped home with a comfortable majority of 282 seats, but now, after the UP results , its tally is down to 273 seats in the Lok Sabha.
  • Yogi Government Only Removed

    Yogi Government Only Removed "Samajwadi" From Schemes In One Year: Akhilesh Yadav

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    The ruling BJP requires the votes of SBSP's four MLAs, plus another nine, to send its ninth candidate, Anil Agarwal, to the Rajya Sabha. Letting the fizz out of Yogi Adityanath's anniversary celebrations, one of his senior Cabinet ministers have said there is nothing to celebrate, as the state government has not been treating the Dalits right, and unless it mends its ways, the BJP may lose the general elections .
  • March Madness: 3 takeaways from Tennessee Vols loss to Loyola

    March Madness: 3 takeaways from Tennessee Vols loss to Loyola

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    He's got everything you can ask for. "That's what he loves". "It was real exciting just seeing the Loyola community and having them support us through this journey", Townes said. "I have put my whole heart and soul into this game, and I've worked so hard since I was so little and to get that bounce on that shot, It makes all those hours in the gym worth it".
  • John Oliver trolls Mike Pence with a book about a gay bunny

    John Oliver trolls Mike Pence with a book about a gay bunny

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    But the book, Marlon Bundo's Day in the Life of the Vice President , is already facing some hairy competition from " Last Week Tonight" and John Oliver . So those are two great reasons to buy this book. "Just like the real Marlon Bundo ". You'll notice that our rabbit has a bowtie, so there's that. Marlon Bundo's Day in the Life of the Vice President tells the story of the life the vice president as he battles to take away people's constitutional rights.
  • Bengaluru: Congress high command closes Moily controversial tweet issue

    Bengaluru: Congress high command closes Moily controversial tweet issue

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    Assembly elections are scheduled for May this year in Karnataka . It is also interesting to note that both Mahadevappa and Moily have sons in the party cadre, who are eligible to get tickets to contest the upcoming Assembly elections. When Chief Minister Siddaramaiah was asked for a reaction, he said as Moily has disowned the tweet, there is nothing to react. "I don't know social media, hence I don't know about tweets".
  • New China c.bank governor: China should keep financial sector stable

    New China c.bank governor: China should keep financial sector stable

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    The appointments were made at an annual session of the National People's Congress that has boosted Xi's influence on the world's second-largest economy, with presidential term limits abolished and his name added to the constitution. China's central bank has plenty of talent within its. Earlier this year, Yi wrote an op-ed in local business weekly Caixin pushing for the further reform of China's renminbi, which has always been allowed to fluctuate within a set range.
  • Vladimir Putin wins fourth term as Russian president with landslide vote

    Vladimir Putin wins fourth term as Russian president with landslide vote

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    Ms Sobchak urged Mr Putin's critics to "come together", and argued against the boycott called for by opposition leader Alexei Navalny , who is barred from running. Putin's bellicose language reached a crescendo before the election in a state-of-the-nation speech when he unveiled new nuclear weapons, saying they could hit nearly any point in the world and evade a USA -built missile shield.
  • Russians react to Putin's re-election

    Russians react to Putin's re-election

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    Putin's victory will take his political dominance of Russian Federation to almost a quarter of a century until 2024, the longest rule since Soviet dictator Josef Stalin, by which time Putin will be 71. The Central Election Commission said on Monday that the communist candidate, Pavel Grudinin, came second with 11.8% of the vote, and third was the ultranationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky (5.6%).
  • "Women Are Absolutely Equal To Men": Saudi Crown Prince

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    The interview is wide-ranging and remarkably candid, with topics including the war in Yemen and the anti-corruption investigation launched a year ago at the prince's behest, which resulted in high-ranking businessmen and officials being detained, she told Arab News.
  • Syrian army gives Harasta rebels till 3pm to withdraw

    Syrian army gives Harasta rebels till 3pm to withdraw

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    The Observatory says almost 200,000 people have fled the Afrin region in recent days amid heavy airstrikes, entering Syrian government-held territory nearby. Mr Mohamed said he anxious he will not be able to return home. An AFP reporter there said shelling hit the town during the operation. "The last few days inside had become so harsh that his family ate their cow's food, he said."(Now) they eat every hour".
  • Facebook shares slide after reports of data misuse

    Facebook shares slide after reports of data misuse

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    The calls for greater scrutiny followed reports Saturday in The New York Times and The Observer of London that Cambridge Analytica, a political data firm founded by Steve Bannon and Robert Mercer , the wealthy Republican donor, had used the Facebook data to develop methods that it claimed could identify the personalities of individual USA voters and influence their behavior.