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Meanwhile, one of the suspended JD (S) MLA Balakrishna, who had earlier in the day exprssed his willingnes to have talks on the disqualification issue with party leaders, has again written to the Speaker to re-hear them as the party on the one side has suspended the rebal MLAs from the party and on the other has given whip to cast votes to party candidate in the Rajya Sabha election.
  • Nigeria says 1 girl still a Boko Haram captive

    Nigeria says 1 girl still a Boko Haram captive

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    Some of the freed girls were also said to have claimed that the insurgents warned them on the verge of their release that they should not return to western education if they did not want to be abducted again. A decision against military "confrontation" was part of the agreement, he added. They only had one condition - that they will return them to where they took them.
  • Karti Chidambaram gets bail in INX Media corruption case

    Karti Chidambaram gets bail in INX Media corruption case

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    Karti Chidambaram's counsel told the court that his client has been co-operative during the investigation. His 12-day judicial custody was to expire tomorrow in connection to the case. It had later revised the figure to Dollars 1 million (about Rs 6.50 crore at the current exchange rate and Rs 4.5 crore in 2007). The fresh deveopment in the case, which triggered his arrest, was based on a statement of Indrani Mukherjea , former director of INX Media (P) Ltd, recorded it under Section 164 ...
  • Zuckerberg vows tougher actions over access to data

    Zuckerberg vows tougher actions over access to data

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    Browser maker Mozilla said it's temporarily pulling advertising from Facebook over the controversy surrounding Cambridge Analytica , the data analytics firm that harvested and misused data from Facebook users to the potential benefit of the Trump presidential campaign .
  • Man Dies During Attempted Attack on Travis Air Force Base

    Man Dies During Attempted Attack on Travis Air Force Base

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    Kazi was the only person harmed in the late-evening incident. So far, Ragan said, there is no evidence of terrorism. Sean Ragan, special agent in charge of the FBI's field office in Sacramento, said in a news conference Friday afternoon. It looked like there were flames inside the vehicle, he said. The driver, Hafiz Kazi, 51, was a lawful permanent resident from India who had been living in the US since 1993, Ragan said.
  • Brother Of Florida Shooter Arrested For Trespassing At Stoneman Douglas High

    Brother Of Florida Shooter Arrested For Trespassing At Stoneman Douglas High

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    In addition, 17 people were wounded. The same shooting has sparked nationwide debates about banning the purchase of semi-automatic weapons and promoted a National School Walkout , organized by students, in protest of gun violence. A new state law lets an enforcement officer temporarily seize firearms from someone they're already taking into custody for an involuntary mental health assessment.
  • World Water Day 2018 Theme Importance Significance

    World Water Day 2018 Theme Importance Significance

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    Climate change and its associated environmental challenges, is responsible for water-related crises we see around the world . "We may not feel the impact now but some of the chemicals may affect the fish we eat or the waters farmers use on their farms".
  • Moscow Calls Johnson Likening Putin to Hitler 'Disgusting'

    Moscow Calls Johnson Likening Putin to Hitler 'Disgusting'

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    Dmitry Peskov's comments came as the European Union condemned the poisoning in Salisbury of the Russian former spy and his daughter Yulia, and the British foreign secretary, Boris Johnson , described. presidential election , something Moscow denies, continue to cast a shadow over ties. "I think the comparison with 1936 is certainly right", the minister replied, envisaging Mr Putin "glorying in this sporting event".
  • Suspect arrested in burglary of Patriots star Rob Gronkowski's house

    Suspect arrested in burglary of Patriots star Rob Gronkowski's house

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    Michael Grace, Detective Patrick Hoffman, Detective Patrick Morrison, Patrolman Scot Taggart and Patrolman Steven Easter were assisted at the home by police from Randolph, Boston, Weymouth and Canton, which had a police dog. It was unclear if Almeida had an attorney. Tyrrell is wanted for receiving stolen property, according to police. Police are still looking for two more men who were involved in the robbery.
  • MIT creates SoFi: Robo-fish can dive 50ft deep, swim unnoticed

    MIT creates SoFi: Robo-fish can dive 50ft deep, swim unnoticed

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    A team of from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL ) unveiled today " SoFi ", a soft robotic fish that can independently swim alongside real fish in the ocean. It looks like a fish. With the help of a 3-D-printer, the back half of the fish is made of silicone rubber and flexible plastic, including the head, which holds all of the electronics.
  • Reasons Why, Season 2 Will Issue a Warning Before Each Episode

    Reasons Why, Season 2 Will Issue a Warning Before Each Episode

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    In the weeks after its release, many criticised the show for portraying a "misleading and dangerous" view of suicide with many mental health charities condemning the Netflix drama. And while having a bespoke font may save the company millions, that is a drop in the ocean as its overall marketing budget will hit US$2 billion this year, up from US$1.8 billion in 2017.
  • Back pain being mismanaged globally

    Back pain being mismanaged globally

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    This situation is detailed in three papers by 31 authors published Thursday by The Lancet . In three papers published in medical journal Lancet , Australian and worldwide authors say vast numbers of people with lower back pain are being harmed, not helped by current treatments such as painkillers , injections, spinal fusions, scans and even bed rest.
  • Mebane-based Kidde recalls thousands of smoke alarms unable to detect smoke

    Mebane-based Kidde recalls thousands of smoke alarms unable to detect smoke

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    The service warns that people in Lincolnshire are running the risk of not having any early warning of a fire if they don't have a working smoke alarm fitted and tested appropriately. 10 through 2017 October 13. Kidde wants consumers to take down the smoke alarm and look through the side opening. No smoke alarms installed by Sioux City Fire Rescue are involved with the recall.
  • The death penalty is not the solution

    The death penalty is not the solution

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    It happened around the time President Donald Trump made an appearance a few blocks away to announce his plan to deal with opioids. "We have got to get tough ", he said , and toughness requires "the death penalty for the really bad pushers and abusers".
  • Four educational institutions from Odisha get UGC graded autonomy nod

    Four educational institutions from Odisha get UGC graded autonomy nod

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    The move is being considered as "Historic". The decision was taken by the UGC following applications by institutions for graded autonomy under recently notified regulations. The 10 colleges which have been granted autonomy will have full freedom but not degree awarding powers, Javadekar said. The colleges granted autonomy will also be free to set their own syllabus, hold examinations, carry out evaluation as well as declare results.
  • Missouri man seeks second reprieve from Supreme Court

    Missouri man seeks second reprieve from Supreme Court

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    Bucklew suffers from cavernous hemangioma, which ailment causes weakened and malformed blood vessels, tumors in his head and throat and on his lip, and vein problems. Bucklew could have choked on his own blood during the execution and experienced excruciating pain. Bucklew's attorney Cheryl Pilate told Heartland News they filed a petition and an application a or stay, both are being considered by the U.S.