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Shah had begun his fourth round of visit in the state on Tuesday with a tour of old Mysuru areas and had asserted that Siddaramaiah and JD (S) would receive "biggest shock of their lives" from the region in the Assembly polls. Hegde, the Minister of State for Skill Development, stoked a controversy in December previous year after he claimed that the BJP could make changes to the Constitution in order to spearhead its agenda.
  • Ant McPartlin could lose up to €3.7 million from missed TV work

    Ant McPartlin could lose up to €3.7 million from missed TV work

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    And they insist they will not pull out of the deal following the presenter's arrest and subsequent charge for driving under the influence close to his west London home on March 18. While last week's episode of Saturday Night Takeaway was cancelled, Dec has announced that he will present the last two episodes of their popular Saturday night show alone, and has been inundated with support after telling fans he "never thought I'd be in this position".
  • Labour official in anti-Semitism row quits party's ruling body

    Labour official in anti-Semitism row quits party's ruling body

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    On Saturday evening, she "resigned with immediate effect" from the party's ruling body citing her presence on the national executive committee had become a distraction. But some Labour MPs did not accept this. The missive, also signed by MPs including Mike Gapes and Luciana Berger, said it was "highly offensive to the Jewish community" that Ms Shawcroft remained a member of the NEC.
  • Sidhu has`52 lakh tax dues: IT dept

    Sidhu has`52 lakh tax dues: IT dept

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    Following this, Sidhu visited the IT department and cleared his dues. Earlier in the day, Income Tax department had seized Sidhu's CITI bank account at Connaught Place and HDFC account at Khan Market branch. Sidhu had also appealed against the order of the assessing officer in the hope of wriggling out of the tax net. In 2006, he had also faced a three-year jail term I a road rage death case.
  • Netanyahu slams Erdogan over Gaza 'massacre' comment

    Netanyahu slams Erdogan over Gaza 'massacre' comment

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    Netanyahu blasted Erdogan earlier on Sunday, saying that the Israeli military "will not be lectured by someone who for years is bombing civilian populations indiscriminately". "They got confused and thought Hamas organized a Woodstock festival and we had to meet them with flowers". It said there were attempts to damage the fence and break through into Israel, as well as an attempted gun attack against troops.
  • Video shows suspect pull gun on police officer

    Video shows suspect pull gun on police officer

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    Officer Meacham was taken to Jenny Stuart Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. McDavid had gone to the exterior walk-up pharmacy at a nearby Kroger shortly before they were closing, and an employee there suspected McDavid of obtaining medication unlawfully, his lawyer, Dow Yoder, said.
  • Nepal Prime Minister KP Oli to visit India

    Nepal Prime Minister KP Oli to visit India

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    His visit aims to revisit the century-old ties between the two countries. Some senior members of the Indian cabinet will also meet him. Apart from the official engagements in New Delhi , Prime Minister Oli is also scheduled to visit GB Pant University of Agriculture in Pantnagar, Uttarakhand.
  • Fitch doubles up Darien, 4-2, in baseball season-opener

    Fitch doubles up Darien, 4-2, in baseball season-opener

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    St. Vincent was the third-place victor in last season's tournament at Winsor, defeating Festus in the final game. He wasn't looking to try to hit a home run. "I think it is a symbol of how we can compete at a high level regardless of the size of other teams and the prominence of other teams", Benraty said.
  • Rain and snow warning for Wales for Easter weekend

    Rain and snow warning for Wales for Easter weekend

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    The Met Office has predicted that "heavy" snow could fall on Monday morning. " Accumulations will mainly be on grassy surfaces generally ranging from 1-3". " Tuesday looks like it will stay unsettled - cloudy with some showers". Then, on Monday , sleet and snow is to spread north, before turning to rain and clearing overnight.
  • Lawless people will still have guns

    Lawless people will still have guns

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    Although the largest marches took place in Washington D.C. and other major cities, there was a significant turnout at smaller protests throughout the country, like White Plains and Utica, N.Y., as well as East Haddam, C.T., where Josephine (Josie) Blatt '21, Ashley Huntington '20, and Petra Elfstrom '18 marched, respectively.
  • Springfield Police arrest 4, seize cocaine, $20000 in cash

    Springfield Police arrest 4, seize cocaine, $20000 in cash

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    Police said they found several counterfeit bills in his vehicle, as well as receipts from other auto parts stores were $100 bills were used in the purchases. Police also seized more than 300 dollars in cash. Jail documents released Thursday say 41-year-old Jerrod W. Baum found the two teenagers after they visited his live-in girlfriend at the couple's home and tied them up in the back of their own Jeep.
  • Alligator in Florida pool

    Alligator in Florida pool

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    The Sarasota Sheriff's Office reached the residence on the 2000 block of Tocobaga Lane after they were given reports of an "animal problem", and upon reaching the site, found the reptile enjoying a dip. She claims low water levels in nearby lagoons may have forced the gator to find a different source to cool down. The incident was documented on the official Twitter page of the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office in "Tweet from the Beat" - a series of live social media updates officers post ...
  • Eight militants killed in gunbattles in south Kashmir

    Eight militants killed in gunbattles in south Kashmir

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    Two army soldiers were also injured in the operation, who have been shifted to military hospital for treatment, reports said. The police said that an ultra had also surrendered before the security forces in Anantnag district. The encounter in Kachdoora is underway and further details are awaited, the official said. According to a police official, Special Police Officer Turag Singh on traffic duty in Khanabal Chowk area of Anantnag was sacked upon by unidentified militants, leaving him ...
  • Govt has taken note of SC's judgement on SC/ ST Act: Prasad

    Govt has taken note of SC's judgement on SC/ ST Act: Prasad

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    The opposition had also targeted the central government over the issue. Apart from Gehlot of the BJP, Minister of State for Social Justice Ramdas Athawale who is the chief of NDA ally Republican Party of India (A) and Union Cabinet Minister Ram Vilas Paswan, the chief of Lok Jan Shakti Party (LJP), expressed that the Centre should file a review petition on the SC/ST Act directive.
  • 10 dead, several feared trapped as four-storey building collapses in Indore

    10 dead, several feared trapped as four-storey building collapses in Indore

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    Soon after the collision, the building collapsed , leaving 10 dead so far. Rescue operations are underway in the area and police personnel are attempting to pull out those feared trapped under the rubbles. 50,000 each for those injured, reported CNN-News18 . Divisional commissioner Sanjay Dubey, while confirming the deaths, said the exact reason for the collapse is not clear.
  • UN head wants probe of deadly Gaza clashes

    UN head wants probe of deadly Gaza clashes

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    Israeli military spokesman Brigadier-General Ronen Manelis said Hamas was using the protests as a guise to launch attacks against Israel and ignite the area. The Israeli military says it opened fire only when necessary against those throwing stones and firebombs or rolling tyres at soldiers. Dubbed the "Great Return March", Friday's mass demonstrations also included rallies across the Israeli-occupied West Bank.
  • South Korean musicians hold concert in Pyongyang

    South Korean musicians hold concert in Pyongyang

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    The 120-member group that flew to Pyongyang also includes government officials, reporters and a taekwondo demonstration team. Under the theme title "Spring is Coming", the South Korean musicians will perform a concert in Pyongyang today before a joint show with North Korean artists at the capital's 12,000-seat Ryugyong Jong Ju Yong Gymnasium on Tuesday.
  • Austin police chief calls Austin bomber 'domestic terrorist'

    Austin police chief calls Austin bomber 'domestic terrorist'

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    It was the actual facts of the case? Knowing the case would enter the legal system at some point, Manley said he was trying to be sensitive about the terminology he used during the investigation, the newspaper stated. Manley and the Austin Police Department were criticized for their initial handling of the death of House, the first victim. Members of Congress have also spoken out about the classification of the bombings.
  • Atlanta Braves walk off on Opening Day beating Philadelphia 8-5

    Atlanta Braves walk off on Opening Day beating Philadelphia 8-5

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    Freddie Freeman and Ozzie Albies also homered for Atlanta . Kapler used five relievers and, in just 3.1 innings, they were tagged for seven runs, six of them earned, on six hits and three walks. The game drew an announced crowd of 40,208, which was almost 1,000 shy of the listed capacity at 2-year-old SunTrust Park . The Braves said it was officially a sellout, even though there were noticeable patches of empty seats throughout the stadium.
  • Thunder Snow romps in Dubai World Cup

    Thunder Snow romps in Dubai World Cup

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    It was a third near-miss in big races for the Bob Baffert-trained West Coast , after finishing second in the Pegasus World Cup and third in the Breeders' Cup Classic. Saeed did a great job and the horse made everything-it makes the jockey's life so easy when you ride great horses. "To take from Gate 10 and take him to position from where can win is superb".
  • Contact lost with recently launched GSAT-6A, says ISRO

    Contact lost with recently launched GSAT-6A, says ISRO

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    According to ISRO, it lost contact with the GSAT-6A less than 48 hours after its launch despite it being on course for normal operating configuration, and efforts are underway to establish link with the satellite. When a satellite is launched , it is not raised in one go, but it is kept closer to earth before it is raised to its final orbit. The GSLV is a three stage/engine rocket.
  • VK Singh leaves for Iraq to bring back bodies of 38 Indians

    VK Singh leaves for Iraq to bring back bodies of 38 Indians

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    The DCs of the districts to which these victims belonged held meetings with their families on Saturday to inform them about arrangements. Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh will today visit Iraq to bring back the mortal remains of the 39 Indian killed in Mosul.
  • Governor Of Russia's Kemerovo Region Resigns After Deadly Mall Fire

    Governor Of Russia's Kemerovo Region Resigns After Deadly Mall Fire

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    Tuleyev, who has served as the regional governor since 1997, having been re-elected four times, has handed in his resignation to Russian President Vladimir Putin , the regional administration's press service has said. The official death toll stood at 64, but protesters said they believed the number was higher. Investigators said last week that fire exits had been illegally blocked, the public address system was not switched on, the alarm system was broken, and children had been locked ...
  • China may start buying crude oil in yuan this year

    China may start buying crude oil in yuan this year

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    The news of China's ideas coincided with the long-awaited trading of Chinese oil futures on the Shanghai Exchange this week, which is expected to become the third world benchmark along with the WTI and Brent varieties. If Beijing's plans prove to be successful, this could result in more commodities, including metals, being paid in yuan. Unipec, trading arm of Asia's largest refiner Sinopec, has already inked a first deal to import Middle East crude priced against the newly-launched Shanghai ...
  • Spy poisoning: Russia expels more 'unfriendly' diplomats

    Spy poisoning: Russia expels more 'unfriendly' diplomats

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    Britain says the chemical used in the attack was part of a group of nerve agents developed by the Soviet Union known as Novichok . In total, Russian Federation will expel 59 diplomats from 23 countries following on the expulsion of 23 British and 60 American diplomats earlier in the week.
  • Tibetan leader in exile calls for Dalai Lama's return to region

    Tibetan leader in exile calls for Dalai Lama's return to region

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    While diplomatic mills helped in the withdrawal of Chinese and Indian forces from the Doklam area, the national media in China has been hostile towards the Indian government's persistent support for Dalai Lama and Tibet's freedom. "India always welcomes with open arms and with an open heart those in difficulty". The event marked the onset of a year-long "Thank You India" campaign.
  • Russian Federation expels 60 U.S. diplomats in tit-for-tat move

    Russian Federation expels 60 U.S. diplomats in tit-for-tat move

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    Two dozen countries, including the United States, Australia, many European Union nations and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, ordered more than 150 Russian diplomats out this week in a show of solidarity with Britain after the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in England.
  • Mick McCarthy to leave Ipswich Town after six years in charge

    Mick McCarthy to leave Ipswich Town after six years in charge

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    They sit in 12th place. Speaking to Ipswich Town's official website, Evans said: 'Mick and I had a discussion and we both agreed that this was the best way forward for him and for Ipswich Town. When I leave here I'll be waiting for the phone to ring with the offer of a new challenge. "He has also been instrumental in developing our youth policy and has overseen the progress of a number of our young players from the academy into the first-team and nurtured their development in line with ...
  • Keanu Reeves & Alex Winter Say Bill & Ted 3 Script is Ready

    Keanu Reeves & Alex Winter Say Bill & Ted 3 Script is Ready

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    Bill and Ted 3 , aka Bill & Ted Face the Music , is closer to reality than ever before. "We deleted this whole sequence, but it began with 'Interior-Police Station.' But I guess I didn't get everything out of the computer, so it just said 'Station'".
  • How Martin Luther King Jr.'s Death Impacted the Entertainment Industry

    How Martin Luther King Jr.'s Death Impacted the Entertainment Industry

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    The priests' council also recommended to Nashville Bishop Joseph A. Durick that the diocese make a $1,000 donation to support the striking workers' families, nearly all of whom were African-Americans living below the poverty line. "Yes, if you want to say that I was a drum major, say that I was a drum major for justice". As the MLK committee notes: "They killed the Dreamer, not the dream".
  • Judge accused of sneaking into home, stealing woman's underwear

    Judge accused of sneaking into home, stealing woman's underwear

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    Cicale, now a Suffolk County District Court judge, lives across the street from the victim. A NY judge who admitted he had "urges" to steal women's underwear was removed temporarily from the judicial bench Friday. "This [is an] individual who swore to uphold the law and violated it in a very serious way". A Nassau County, New York district judge presided over Cicale's case to prevent a conflict of interest.
  • Judge Stephen Reinhardt, known as 9th Circuit's 'liberal lion,' dies at 87

    Judge Stephen Reinhardt, known as 9th Circuit's 'liberal lion,' dies at 87

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    President Jimmy Carter, a Democrat nominated in 1979 Reinhardt. He told the Times in 2011 that he didn't feel singled out. He experienced a good life which ended too early", " said Ninth Circuit Chief Judge Sidney Thomas. "Not in the slightest", he said. "I am proud to be a part of this court and a judicial system that is independent and courageous", wrote Reinhardt, "and that vigorously protects the constitutional rights of all, regardless of the source of any efforts to weaken or ...
  • Vardy wants clarity on VAR confusion

    Vardy wants clarity on VAR confusion

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    However, Vardy believes the process still needs to be improved for those inside the stadium. The Burnley defender stood on Chiesa's foot as they went for the ball and referee Deniz Aytekin turned to the video assistant referee (VAR) to see if a foul had been committed.
  • Police need help to ID suspects in theft

    Police need help to ID suspects in theft

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    WFMY reported McGuire turned on his body-worn camera. Rijo hit one police cruiser during the pursuit and then struck a second cruiser head-on before ultimately crashing into a tree, Vasque said. Police identified the suspect as 25 year old Brentant Lahey of Presque Isle. The man was pronounced dead at the scene, the police news release said.
  • Trump slams California governor over pardons for immigrants

    Trump slams California governor over pardons for immigrants

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    Chhan lost his USA legal status in 2002 when he was convicted of inflicting corporal injury on spouse or cohabitant and threatening a crime with the intent to terrorize, both misdemeanors. Earlier this month, the Justice Department launched a legal challenge to California state laws that shield illegal immigrants from federal authorities.
  • China Warns US Against Opening 'Pandora's Box'

    China Warns US Against Opening 'Pandora's Box'

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    He said the two countries had different economic systems and there would be "a certain amount of tension between the two". China responded with its tariffs on USA goods, a move which caused stock markets to plummet in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Shenzhen last week.
  • Russian Federation has not unleashed any diplomatic wars

    Russian Federation has not unleashed any diplomatic wars

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    Relations between Russia and the West were already rocky over Moscow's roles in the wars in Syria and Ukraine , Russia's 2014 annexation of Crimea , its meddling in elections in the United States and elsewhere, the assassination of Kremlin foes in Russia and overseas, cyberattacks and disinformation campaigns against other countries and what Western officials have described as a broad, largely covert effort to destabilize and discredit liberal democracies.
  • Rangasthalam box office collection: Ram Charan's film is on fire

    Rangasthalam box office collection: Ram Charan's film is on fire

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    It has reportedly beat the records Power Star Pawan Kalyan (PSPK ) " Agnyaathavaasi , ' and 'Spyder " had created by raking in Rs 24 lakh and Rs 18 lakh respectively on their opening days in Chennai. She has also earned good reviews for her village-belle role in the movie, which has music composed by Devi Sri Prasad. The overseas audience is getting connected with the movie a lot wherein it already minted 1 million dollar mark in the USA already.
  • Trump officials end policy exempting pregnant immigrants from detention

    Trump officials end policy exempting pregnant immigrants from detention

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    During Barack Obama's administration, Ice in 2016 announced that pregnant women not subject to mandatory detention should be presumptively released. "The subject is now pending a removal hearing by an immigration judge", ICE said. Miller said he did not know if they had been released or deported.