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Gsa Capital Partners Llp who had been investing in Apple Inc for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $894.09 billion market cap company. The stock increased 0.50% or $0.5 during the last trading session, reaching $100.33. Morgan Stanley holds 1.16 million shares or 0.04% of its portfolio. 4,502 were accumulated by Pnc Financial Gp. Ohio-based Keybank Association Oh has invested 0% in SL Green Realty Corp .
  • Axis Bank's exposure to Nirav Modi, Gitanjali Group Rs200cr

    Axis Bank's exposure to Nirav Modi, Gitanjali Group Rs200cr

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    Both Choksi and Nirav Modi have denied the allegations and lawyers for the two key accused PNB employees in the case have also said they are innocent. It is alleged that Modi and Choksi had obtained letters of undertaking (LoUs) and foreign letters of credit (FLCs) of Rs12,636 crore issued in favour of foreign branches of Indian banks based on fraudulent claims.
  • Bradley International Airport busy as storm arrives

    Bradley International Airport busy as storm arrives

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    More than a fourth of flights arriving and departing flights at Bradley International Airport in CT have been canceled. Airport spokesperson Alisa Sisic said as of 7:30 a.m., 27 percent of arriving and departing flights are canceled. The National Weather Service in Binghamton says most of the heavy snowfall from this storm affecting our area will be in the Catskills and Poconos, and just a few inches will likely fall today or tomorrow in Binghamton or west.
  • Gov. Bryant confirms he will not appoint himself to Sen. Cochran's seat

    Gov. Bryant confirms he will not appoint himself to Sen. Cochran's seat

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    And 80-year-old Republican Sen. Cochran is also chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, meaning that his departure will add yet another name to the already long list of retiring GOP committee chairmen, including Hatch, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, House Appropriations Committee Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen, R-N.J., House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., and others.
  • Natrona County School District will not punish students participating in walkout

    Natrona County School District will not punish students participating in walkout

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    They need to make sure no one risky can ever get their hands on a weapon like this again, and they need to take necessary action to protect the children in all our schools and beyond. Hardin County Schools students who participate will not face consequences, district spokesman John Wright said. A lawyer for a student wounded in February's mass shooting at a Florida high school on Monday filed a legal notice of intent to sue the county sheriff's office and the school district for ...
  • Chancellor confronts European Union over City Brexit deal

    Chancellor confronts European Union over City Brexit deal

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    Numerous 65 clauses in the document, which is a draft and therefore subject to change, read as a direct rebuttal of the vision of Brexit that U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May set out in her Mansion House speech last week . Canadian financial firms must set up a presence inside the bloc and comply with its regulations if they want to do business there. But the draft European Union guidelines, which will be worked on by European Union diplomats to be approved by the bloc's 27 national ...
  • Hunters Could Soon Bring Their Elephant Trophies Home To The US

    Hunters Could Soon Bring Their Elephant Trophies Home To The US

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    In a formal memo , quietly issued late last week and later disclosed in a court filing Friday, the agency said it will withdraw earlier agency rulings related to importing trophies of dead elephants from South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, Botswana and Namibia, as well as those related to importing trophies of dead lions and bonteboks from South Africa.
  • Trump, Swedish PM clash over looming metals tariffs

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    That figure is based off data from the Department of Commerce's Bureau of Economic Analysis. They did well. Let's see if we can carry it over. Cohn has mainly been battling with two top Trump officials with a protectionist stance on trade - adviser Peter Navarro and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross - and had reportedly threatened to resign if Trump sided with them on the tariffs.
  • Democracy demonetised in Meghalaya, says Rahul Gandhi

    Democracy demonetised in Meghalaya, says Rahul Gandhi

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    They are Prestone Tynsong, Comingone Ymbon, Sniawbhalang Dhar and Conrad's brother James P K Sangma (all from NPP ), Metbah Lyngdoh, Lakhmen Rymbui, Kyrmen Shylla (all UDP), Banteidor Lyngdoh (PDF), Hamlet Dohling (PDF), Samlin Malngiang (HSPDP) and A L Hek (BJP).
  • Pakistan Prime Minister arrives in Nepal for two-day visit

    Pakistan Prime Minister arrives in Nepal for two-day visit

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    She also discussed how to further strengthen bilateral relations. Abbasi, who is visiting Nepal at the invitation of Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli, was received by Finance Minister Dr Yuvaraj Khatiwada at the Tribhuwan International Airport.
  • Bust of Syama Prasad Mukherjee vandalised in Kolkata, seven persons arrested

    Bust of Syama Prasad Mukherjee vandalised in Kolkata, seven persons arrested

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    In 1951 SP Mookerjee founded Jana Sangh that was the precursor of the Bharatiya Janata Party. BJP condemned barbaric act of vandalizing statue of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh Bharat Keshri's founder Dr. The Left blamed the BJP for the incidents and some BJP leaders shared the post with comments that appeared to be justifying it. BJP national secretary H Raja later in a Facebook post said the statues Dravidian movement icon E V R Ramasamy, popularly known as Periyar, will be the next target.
  • Saudi crown prince winds up trip to Egypt with mosque visit

    Saudi crown prince winds up trip to Egypt with mosque visit

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    Because of our dominant position, Saudi Arabia is the key to the economic success of the region'. Britain is vying to land the stock market listing of state oil firm Saudi Aramco, but no decision is expected this week. UK-based human rights groups have said protests will be held in London this week against the state visit due to Riyadh's human rights record and the Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen.
  • Karnataka Lokayukta Vishwanath Shetty stabbed inside his office, accused nabbed

    Karnataka Lokayukta Vishwanath Shetty stabbed inside his office, accused nabbed

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    Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy said Sharma was a contractor from Tumakuru and he had complained to the Lokayukta about issuance of some tenders. How did a man with knife enter the court premises? S Yeddureppa wrote on twitter, expressing his shock about the attack, he said that the security issues are turning from being bad to worse, and urged the Chief Minister of Karnataka to tackle the kind of lawlessness that is running rampant in the state without any inhibitions.
  • Seldom seen shipwreck re-emerges from York beach sands

    Seldom seen shipwreck re-emerges from York beach sands

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    Usually, the boat is submerged under 6 or 7 feet of water, and it was last exposed by storms in 2007 and then in 2013, according to the Boston Globe . The nor'easter that savaged the Atlantic coast has unearthed a shipwreck possibly older than the U.S. The wreck is the remains of a "pink", a type of boat commonly used in the 18th century for transporting cargo or for fishing.
  • Battling England draw with Argentina in Sultan Azlan Shah Cup

    Battling England draw with Argentina in Sultan Azlan Shah Cup

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    He was joined in quick succession in the second half by Aran Zalewski, Daniel Beale and Blake Govers. Today was a must-win match for India but getting the better of the Australians proved to be tough as always. Shane O'Donoghue had a penalty corner conversion disallowed, while at the other end former Cookstown midfielder Ian Sloan had an effort taken off the line by Jonathan Bell.
  • US Embassy Ankara to remain closed due to security concerns

    US Embassy Ankara to remain closed due to security concerns

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    Turkish authorities were increasing security around the capital to thwart possible attacks , the Ankara governor's office announced on Monday, as the US embassy in the city said it was closed due to a "security threat". Only limited services were provided on Tuesday, but spokesman David Gainer says the embassy "will be operating as normal" on Wednesday. A USA embassy spokesman said the embassy would be closed for visa and American citizen services specifically.
  • Bowdoinham teen arrested after latest threat against Mt. Ararat High School

    Bowdoinham teen arrested after latest threat against Mt. Ararat High School

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    On Friday, a 13-year-old boy was arrested for making terrorist threats against Le Grand Elementary school, according to investigators. Police said they found three shell casings and are talking to witnesses. Brunwsick Police say Tyler Hrouda was identified as the source of the threat. However, additional information led to another student being cited for alleged terroristic threats.
  • Russian ex-spy, daughter still critically ill in mysterious UK incident

    Russian ex-spy, daughter still critically ill in mysterious UK incident

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    Yulia is pictured here. Relatives told the BBC that Yulia was in Britain to visit her father. The key focus is now finding out what the substance the pair came into contact with was and how they came into contact with it. As authorities race to find out what caused the illness of Skripal and his daughter, who was visiting him from Moscow, they have appealed for people not to speculate.
  • Russian arms export in 2017 exceeded $15bn says Putin

    Russian arms export in 2017 exceeded $15bn says Putin

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    The most recent Mueller indictments allege that, by mid-2014, Russia's preparations for its interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential elections were well underway, and that it had already made significant progress with plans to boost its political influence in Europe.
  • Aid convoy quits Syria enclave as regime presses onslaught

    Aid convoy quits Syria enclave as regime presses onslaught

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    The U.N.'s humanitarian office said the 46-truck convoy of health and nutrition supplies, along with food for 27,500 people, entered Douma - the largest town in eastern Ghouta - around midday. He said the rebels are regrouping and will continue to fight, and he called on civilians in Ghouta not to lose faith or criticize rebel fighters to keep a unified front and maintain morale.
  • China warns Trump if its interests are harmed

    China warns Trump if its interests are harmed

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    It must be noted that the Communist Party of China's (CPC) Central Committee has proposed to remove the two-term limit for the post of president and vice president through a constitutional amendment. In the recording , Trump appears to be making an obvious joke about what has been widely seen as a power grab by Xi to remain in his position as president of China.
  • Parlt adjourned amid uproar over PNB scam, other issues

    Parlt adjourned amid uproar over PNB scam, other issues

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    Stating that this amounted to "indiscipline", Mr Kurien asked Leader of the Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad whether the Opposition will allow a discussion, to which the Congress leader said that if other parties are ready, they have no objection.
  • Ethnic cleansing of Rohingyas in Myanmar continues

    Ethnic cleansing of Rohingyas in Myanmar continues

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    Rohingya Muslims gather outside their makeshift homes on land belonging to Bangladeshi farmer Jorina Katun near Kutapalong refugee camp in the Cox's Bazar district of Bangladesh on February 9. UNHCR also reiterates that conditions are not yet conducive to the return of Rohingya refugees. Some 700,000 Rohingya have fled over the border to Bangladesh since violence erupted in August, with horrifying testimonies emerging of murder, rape and arson by soldiers and vigilante mobs.
  • PNB scam: CBI arrests vice prez of Gitanjali Group

    PNB scam: CBI arrests vice prez of Gitanjali Group

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    Alleging the closeness of the main accused of the PNB scam Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi to the PM, Mr Sharma said, 'while Nirav Modi is featured in a photograph in Davos in the same frame as the PM. His custodial interrogation is expected to reveal the entire modus operandi of the Gitanjali Group firms in seeking Letters of Undertaking and Letters of Credit for availing of credit in foreign currency.The firms in Gitanjali Group-Gili, Gitanjali and Nakshatra-had duped Punjab National Bank to ...
  • Child marriage dropped significantly in previous decade

    Child marriage dropped significantly in previous decade

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    The report says that a girl's risk of marrying before her 18th birthday has dropped by more than a third, from almost 50 percent to 30 percent, in large part due to progress in India. Child marriage prevalence measures what percentage of all women aged 20-24 were first married before age 18. Young teenage girls are more likely to die due to complications in pregnancy and childbirth than women in their 20s, and their children are more likely to be stillborn or die in the first month of life.
  • Father makes son walk to school after bullying kids on school bus

    Father makes son walk to school after bullying kids on school bus

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    Thornhill said making his son run to school is a healthy form of punishment - since he's getting in exercise - and it's not something harmful like beating a child. He said he wants his children to know that when they misbehave, they will be held accountable and learn a lesson from the punishment. "Teach your kids, don't be a friend, be a parent", he added.
  • US Embassy in Turkey to resume service after security threat

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    According to the Turkish General Staff, the operation aims to establish security and stability along Turkish borders and in the region as well as to protect Syrian people from the oppression and cruelty of terrorists . In another development, the foreign ministers of Turkey, Iran and Russian Federation will meet in the Kazakh capital Astana on March 16 to assess the situation in Syria, a spokesman for the Turkish Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.
  • Petrol bomb hurled at BJP office: Accused surrenders

    Petrol bomb hurled at BJP office: Accused surrenders

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    In a series of tweets, the BJP cheif said, "As a party, we in the BJP believe that a wide range of ideas and ideologies can coexist in India. India's diversity and the vibrant spirit of debate and discussion is what strengthens us", he said.
  • Endangered Sumatran tiger falls victim to brutal killing spree

    Endangered Sumatran tiger falls victim to brutal killing spree

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    The Sumatran tiger, or Panthera tigris sumatrae, is listed by the International Union for Conservation of Nature as a critically endangered species , estimating that there are only about 400-500 of them remaining in their natural habitats of the forests of Sumatra.
  • Perris torture case: Teen who escaped Turpin home posted videos under alias

    Perris torture case: Teen who escaped Turpin home posted videos under alias

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    A police auto parks in front of 160 Muir Woods Road from where authorities rescued 13 malnourished children held captive by their parents in Perris, California on January 16, 2018 David Allen Turpin and Louise Anna Turpin have been arrested for torture after authorities said on January 15,2018 their 13 children were held captive in their home, with some shackled to beds in the dark.
  • Police Officers Shot in Clinton, Missouri

    Police Officers Shot in Clinton, Missouri

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    There are multiple law enforcement agencies on scene, including the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Update: The suspect involved in the officer involved shooting in Clinton was located deceased inside of the residence. Cassie Toliver, who lives near where the shooting took place, said police vehicles, sirens and lights quickly filled the streets and barricaded it from both sides.
  • Man pleads guilty in fatal Olathe shooting

    Man pleads guilty in fatal Olathe shooting

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    A US Navy veteran charged with killing an Indian techie and injuring two others in a racially motivated hate crime at a bar in Kansas City past year could enter into a plea deal, media reports have said. She will speak Friday - which would have been Kuchibhotla's 34th birthday - before a two-mile memorial peace walk in Kuchibhotla's honor from Garmin Headquarters in Olathe to Austins, where they will leave flowers to memorialize Kuchibhotla.
  • Australia, Timor-Leste sign maritime boundaries treaty

    Australia, Timor-Leste sign maritime boundaries treaty

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    The countries signed the deal at the United Nations headquarters in NY, after negotiations in the worldwide court of arbitration. The treaty was signed at UN Headquarters in NY in the presence of UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. "As good friends and close neighbours, we want Timor Leste to achieve its economic potential", she said. Timor's current deputy prime minister, Agio Pereira, is going to sign the delimitation document, but Xanana Gusmão, the former president who, along with ...
  • PNG hit by huge aftershocks after quake

    PNG hit by huge aftershocks after quake

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    The team will assist the PNG National Disaster Centre in assessments, response coordination, logistics and information management in the worst affected areas especially in Hela and Southern Highlands provinces. "Santos is deeply saddened by the loss of life and personal injury suffered by communities in Papua New Guinea as a result of the recent natural disaster", Santos Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Kevin Gallagher said in a company statement.
  • More Democrats voted early in Texas Primary

    More Democrats voted early in Texas Primary

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    An interesting split: The campaign to replace retiring Rep. Gene Green in the reliably blue 29th District has seen an interesting split between Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, who is backing Tahir Javed, and Emily's List and the other NY senator, Kirsten Gillibrand, who are backing state Sen.
  • International Women's Day 2018: All You Need to Know About the Day

    International Women's Day 2018: All You Need to Know About the Day

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    Women that are in positions of power have spoken out about the importance of International Women's Day, and how more needs to be done for them to be treated equally. That's when the leader of the "women's office" for the Social Democratic Party, Clara Zetkin proposed the idea of celebrating the International Women's Day and the 100 delegates from 17 countries agreed to it.
  • Five takeaways from President Trump's news conference with Sweden's prime minister

    Five takeaways from President Trump's news conference with Sweden's prime minister

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    Two weeks later, Adm. Michael Rogers, who leads US Cyber Command, said during a February 27 congressional hearing that Trump had yet to ask him to take measures against Russia's hackers. On Tuesday Trump doubled down on the tariffs, saying he wants to stop the dumping of steel and aluminum by foreign competitors. Last week, Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO) blasted the move and expressed fears that the aluminum tariff in particular would hurt his home state.
  • Trump suggests more staff changes coming, but denies 'chaos' in White House

    Trump suggests more staff changes coming, but denies 'chaos' in White House

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    Spicer left when Trump brought in Anthony Scaramucci to run communications; he lasted 11 days after getting caught after on tape trashing other White House officials. "It doesn't hurt us". He said Comey thought Trump's having Comey to dinner early in his term was Trump's "effort to have me ask for my job and create some sort of patronage relationship".
  • Trump economic adviser Gary Cohn quits after dispute over tariffs

    Trump economic adviser Gary Cohn quits after dispute over tariffs

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    Cohn, the director of the National Economic Council , was the leading internal opponent of the planned policy shift, and is said to have tried to orchestrate an eleventh-hour effort to push Trump to reverse course. So Cohn's abrupt departure suggests that the major averages would come under near-term pressure. A former Goldman Sachs executive, his departure prompted concerned murmurs on Wall Street and could portend a rocky trading session on Wednesday.