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The pair of dazzling Sabyasachi earrings that she wore during the ceremony seems exactly similar to one that we recently saw on another leading lady of Bollywood. According to reports, the newly married couple will host a reception in New Delhi on December 21 and in Mumbai on December 26. The source quoted by the entertainment website said, "Like the hush-hush wedding, their return is also being kept under wraps as the couple don't want any paparazzi at the worldwide airport".
  • 11-Year-Old Girl Held At Gunpoint, Handcuffed By Grand Rapids Police

    11-Year-Old Girl Held At Gunpoint, Handcuffed By Grand Rapids Police

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    When Hodges was asked to approach, an officer had a gun pointed at her. At a Tuesday afternoon press conference, Chief David Rahinsky said the girl's cries in the video made him "physically nauseous" and that the entire incident is "a discredit to the way the community is being served", WOOD-TV.
  • Cycling champ Froome fails urine test

    Cycling champ Froome fails urine test

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    The statement said Froome increased his dosage of Salbutamol on the advice of Team Sky doctors after experiencing "acute asthma symptoms" during the last week of the year's final grand tour. "The analysis of the B sample has confirmed the results of the rider's A sample and the proceedings are being conducted in line with the UCI anti-doping rules", it said.
  • JP: Another shot of cold air coming

    JP: Another shot of cold air coming

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    Thursday has partly cloudy skies and highs are in the low 40s. Longmont could see some snow overnight, just one day after highs in the 60s, according to the National Weather Service . We will only reach a high of 38 with a 10% chance of rain. The rain chances are still low for the first half of the weekend . For the end of the week we will warm back into the 50s with the next best chance of rain being Friday at 30%.
  • A Kentucky Lawmaker Who Was Facing Sexual Assault Allegations Kills Himself

    A Kentucky Lawmaker Who Was Facing Sexual Assault Allegations Kills Himself

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    BREAKING: Kentucky State Rep. Dan Johnson commits suicide on bridge in Mt. Washington after Molestation Allegations. She said at one of his alcohol-filled parties at his house - known as the "Pope's House" - on New Year's Eve in 2013 she woke up on the couch with Johnson kneeling above her, according to KyCIR.
  • Trump tweet touts Jerusalem move, taunts past presidents

    Trump tweet touts Jerusalem move, taunts past presidents

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    Israeli security officials were preparing for more unrest on Friday. The Palestinians and Arab and Muslim states are certainly entitled to be unhappy that Trump has dusted off the law and implemented it. "We are a people in one boat". Israeli police spokesman Mickey Rosenfeld said, "We have no indication there will be disturbances on the mount, therefore there is no age restriction".
  • Man strips naked, jumps on vehicle after road crash

    Man strips naked, jumps on vehicle after road crash

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    Police have obtained warrants for multiple charges against Gonzalez Flores, including felony hit-and-run, throwing an object at a moving vehicle, destruction of property, assault and battery, indecent exposure, disorderly conduct, and possession of marijuana.
  • Netflix Is Releasing Another Original Christmas Movie SO SOON

    Netflix Is Releasing Another Original Christmas Movie SO SOON

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    Don't worry, they're not spying on you . "To the 53 people who've watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days: Who hurt you?", they wrote on Twitter . However, the message doesn't appear to violate the company's privacy policies since Netflix did not share specific information about its users, like their names, according to a lawyer who spoke with the Washington Post.
  • Gov. Andrew Cuomo signs bill aimed at easing access to public records

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo signs bill aimed at easing access to public records

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    NY law prohibits the possession of firearms for individuals convicted of felony or "serious" offenses. The new proposal also asks for the surrender of rifles and shotguns if there is a conviction related to domestic violence, or an order of protection has been issued against a person.
  • Facebook says no more than 200 United Kingdom viewers saw Russia's Brexit ads

    Facebook says no more than 200 United Kingdom viewers saw Russia's Brexit ads

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    Facebook says its investigation into alleged Russian attempts to influence the European Union referendum has found only three adverts linked to a propaganda group. The company made the claims in a letter to the Electoral Commission, which is questioning Google, Facebook, and Twitter over any role Russian Federation may have played in the election through misleading online ads and accounts.
  • Rep. Mo Brooks announces he has 'high risk' prostate cancer

    Rep. Mo Brooks announces he has 'high risk' prostate cancer

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    In a somewhat ironic test, Brooks also credits the fact that he lost the Alabama Senate primary for having the time to visit the doctor and get tested. Brooks said he was diagnosed Halloween night, and that both his father and grandfather had been diagnosed with prostate cancer. Brooks is scheduled to undergo a prostatectomy on Friday and will likely spend the next week at home, according to the Examiner.
  • Students hurt after Highlands County crash involving school bus, semi-truck

    Students hurt after Highlands County crash involving school bus, semi-truck

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    Highway 27 near Lake Ridge Drive to let students board. At least 8 people were injured in a school bus crash Wednesday morning in Highlands County, the US southeastern state of Florida. Hospital leaders have been notified more patients will be arriving. A staging area for parents has been set up at the Winn Dixie parking lot on CR 29.
  • Bill Clinton 'saddened' by loss of friend, Mayor Ed Lee,

    Bill Clinton 'saddened' by loss of friend, Mayor Ed Lee,

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    Lee was a civil rights activist and longtime city bureaucrat who presided over a period of remarkable economic growth but deepening economic disparity in San Francisco. In 1978, Feinstein was the president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors when Harvey Milk, one of the first openly gay public officials in America, was assassinated.
  • Coal Scam: Ex-Jharkhand Chief Minister Madhu Koda found guilty

    Coal Scam: Ex-Jharkhand Chief Minister Madhu Koda found guilty

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    With todays verdict, four of the 30 cases arising out of the coal block allocation scam unearthed during the previous UPA regime, have been decided. Arguments on the sentence will be heard on Thursday. The judge also acquitted Gupta on specific charges linked to IPC section 409 and under the Prevention of Corruption Act 13 (1)(c), which pertains to misappropriating or converting for personal use property entrusted to him or under his control as a public servant or allows another person to do ...
  • US Congress takes no act on Iran bans as deadline passes

    US Congress takes no act on Iran bans as deadline passes

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    He mentioned the importance of holding Iran fully compliant with the deal, but did not give any indication of how the Trump administration was approaching key deadlines that are tied to the deal. His remarks came as the 10th meeting of Iran nuclear deal joint commission is scheduled to be held in Austria's capital, Vienna, on Wednesday. "In the event we are not able to reach a solution working with Congress and our allies, then the agreement will be terminated", Mr.
  • Injuries, suspensions and line-up vs Swansea City

    Injuries, suspensions and line-up vs Swansea City

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    Manchester City thrashed the Swans 4-0, with Jordan the bright spot at the Liberty Stadium for the home side. David Silva scored twice as runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City won 4-0 at Swansea City on Wednesday to set a new English top-flight record of 15 consecutive victories.
  • Grassley urges Trump to reconsider controversial judicial picks

    Grassley urges Trump to reconsider controversial judicial picks

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    Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley told reporters on Wednesday that, based on his conversations with the White House , he doesn't expect the controversial nominations of Brett Talley and Jeff Mateer to move forward. During the course of his remarks, Mateer claimed the country has given itself over to debauchery, and that transgender children are evidence of a Satanic plot.
  • Here's why graduate student enrollment may take a hit

    Here's why graduate student enrollment may take a hit

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    Michelle Sullivan-Govani, vice president for external affairs for the Arizona State University Graduate and Student Professional Student Association, said if the House version of the bill is approved as is, graduate students will see as much as a 275 percent increase in their federal income tax liability.
  • Veterans cemeteries to receive Christmas wreaths

    Veterans cemeteries to receive Christmas wreaths

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    National Wreaths Across America Day - Dec. 16, - is a free event and open to everyone and will be held locally at the Northeast Louisiana Veterans' Cemetery south of Rayville. "We don't know where they all come from", she said. Those who attend the noon ceremony are encouraged to stay and assist volunteers with the wreath laying.
  • Israel intercepts 2 rockets from Gaza in latest exchange

    Israel intercepts 2 rockets from Gaza in latest exchange

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    The four were rushed to nearby Shifa medical center for treatment. The Palestinian health ministry initially said they had been targeted by an Israeli strike while riding a motorcycle, but that was immediately denied by the military. A spokeswoman told AFP that it was "very probably" a rocket but that it was not clear where it hit. The employee issue is one of the major sticking points along with the future of Hamas's militant force in a decade of failed reconciliation attempts between the ...
  • Toyota partners Panasonic to create electric vehicle batteries

    Toyota partners Panasonic to create electric vehicle batteries

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    Toyota said in a joint statement that its agreement with Panasonic "is meant to address growing demand and expectations for electrified vehicles". US raw steel production for the week ending December 9 jumped 4.3% compared with the same week a year ago, according to a report from the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI).
  • Two Reuters journalists arrested in Myanmar, face official secrets charges

    Two Reuters journalists arrested in Myanmar, face official secrets charges

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    Charges under the law allow for 14-year prison terms for unlawful possession of military documents, the reports said. Besides a single photo distributed by the Ministry of Information of the two journalists in handcuffs, standing next to a table full of documents, little has been made known about their location or the nature of their arrest.
  • Syria talks: United Nations envoy 'says government won't negotiate directly with opposition'

    Syria talks: United Nations envoy 'says government won't negotiate directly with opposition'

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    The representatives of the president arrived at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva to meet with the United Nations mediator, Staffan de Mistura, who last week held several meetings with the opposition delegation. The Syrian regime's delegation returned to Geneva last Sunday for the resumption of talks with de Mistura after more than a week's absence, but Western diplomats voiced skepticism about its willingness to engage.
  • Kulbhushan Jadhav case: At ICJ, Pak rejects India's request for consular access

    Kulbhushan Jadhav case: At ICJ, Pak rejects India's request for consular access

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    Talking to a private media outlet, Attorney General of Pakistan Ashtar Ausaf Ali had said, "I think the case will be taken up for hearing around April, May after the recently elected judges of the ICJ has taken their oath on February 6". Jadhav had confessed to the charges in a video, which was posted online by Pakistan army after his arrest. Pakistan which has repeatedly denied India consular access to Jadhav agreed to let him meet his wife on "humanitarian grounds".
  • Investigators search for clues in attempted NY subway bombing

    Investigators search for clues in attempted NY subway bombing

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    Ullah could be arraigned as early as today at Bellevue Hospital, where he is recuperating from burns and cuts to his hands and stomach, law enforcement sources said. Ullah entered the USA on an immigrant visa in 2011 that he was able to obtain through a relative, a naturalized US citizen who had won a visa through the lottery program, Tyler Houlton, a Department of Homeland Security spokesman said on Twitter .
  • Meat Could Be Next To Get Hit With 'Sin Tax'

    Meat Could Be Next To Get Hit With 'Sin Tax'

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    Over 180 countries tax on tobacco, 60 jurisdictions tax carbon and at least 25 tax sugar, and it's " highly probable " that meat will be next, it says in a white paper entitled The livestock levy: Are regulators considering meat taxes? Levying a tax on meat would be similar to how countries have adopted taxes on carbon, tobacco and sugar.
  • Ron Johnson hopes Alabama has taught Steve Bannon a lesson

    Ron Johnson hopes Alabama has taught Steve Bannon a lesson

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    Republican Rep. Peter King called Steve Bannon a "disheveled drunk" who is "not the type of person" the Republicans need in politics during a Wednesday interview. The tweet said Bannon's "act is exhausted, inane and morally vacuous". If we are to Make America Great Again for all Americans, Bannon must go! The Breitbart News chief is blamed for egging on President Donald Trump to back Roy Moore , who lost on Tuesday.
  • Joe Biden and Meghan McCain deliver a feel-good moment of bipartisanship

    Joe Biden and Meghan McCain deliver a feel-good moment of bipartisanship

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    Sen. McCain was recently diagnosed with the glioblastoma , the same cancer that took the life of Biden's son, Beau, in 2015. "And if anybody can make it, (it's) your dad". What would you tell people.it's not about me, it's about everyone. McCain broke down crying while discussing her father's cancer diagnosis, tearfully admitting how anxious she is about her father.
  • Anderson Cooper It Wasn't Me!!! Hacker Slammed Trump

    Anderson Cooper It Wasn't Me!!! Hacker Slammed Trump

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    Earlier in the morning, Cooper's account posted a reply to a tweet from President Trump in which the president claimed he was "right" to have originally endorsed Republican Luther Strange in the Alabama election for a U.S. You endorsed him you tool! Cooper's inexcusable tweet is just more piece of proof that CNN has no legitimate editorial or ethical standards. I have not sent a tweet in days or replied to any tweets.
  • Senior UN official leaves North Korea after rare visit

    Senior UN official leaves North Korea after rare visit

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    The announcement of the joint exercise, a sixth such drill since 2016, comes less than two weeks after Pyongyang test-fired a ballistic missile which dropped into the sea inside Japan's exclusive economic zone in late November. The Chinese are praising Feltman's visit to North Korea. Both parties agreed that the current situation was the most tense and risky peace and security issue in the world today, the United Nations said in a statement.
  • Obamacare sign-ups have increased as deadline looms

    Obamacare sign-ups have increased as deadline looms

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    John Watkins, acting executive director for the Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange, gave a presentation Monday at the Owensboro Health Healthpark. That's why people like Mary Shaffer and Priscilla Chatman, known as navigators, go around the state of DE to help anyone with health care questions.
  • Two people including baby stabbed by woman in Etobicoke

    Two people including baby stabbed by woman in Etobicoke

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    Wednesday. He added that police provided an escort for the ambulance carrying the baby in hopes of getting the child to the hospital sooner. Shortly after officers arrived, Hopkinson said they took a woman into custody. "I don't have any specifics on the baby's condition at this point I can't even tell you right now what the injuries are", he said. "The early indications were that a woman was responsible for these significant injuries".
  • Gremio reach Club World Cup final

    Gremio reach Club World Cup final

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    Mauricio added a second before Red Hajhouj's late penalty reduced arrears. Although neither side could find a way through during the regulation 90 minutes, a moment of brilliance from Gremio substitute Everton put the Brazilian giants ahead early on in extra-time.
  • Future of kebab safe after European ruling

    Future of kebab safe after European ruling

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    Kenan Koyuncu of the German Association of Doner Kebab Producers had said before the vote : "If the European Parliament gets its way, this would be the death sentence for the entire doner kebab industry in the European Union". It appears the kebab, favourite fast food for late-night revelling Germans, is safe. THE EUROPEAN Parliament failed to skewer the great British kebab today after plans to remove an additive from doner meat were rejected.
  • Four hurt in 'attempted terror' blast in NY city

    Four hurt in 'attempted terror' blast in NY city

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    He intentionally detonated that device. The incident forced officials to close the area to trains on some of New York City's most vital subway lines. At least one person is injured and one person has been detained after a suspected pipe bombing in Manhattan Monday morning, according to PIX11. "As terror attacks become increasingly commonplace, we have already accepted it as an inevitable part of life, including travelling overseas", said Darius.
  • Venezuela's Maduro Rejects US Actions Against Palestine

    Venezuela's Maduro Rejects US Actions Against Palestine

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    Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on Wednesday recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Palestine after the controversial move of the United States to move its embassy in Jerusalem and declare it Israel's capital. Addressing the summit, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said "the only reason Donald Trump "dared" recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel was because some in the region sought to establish ties to Israel".