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  • China can't stop India from developing Northeast, says Amit Shah

    China can't stop India from developing Northeast, says Amit Shah

    The varied stance of US President Donald Trump over the South China Sea may also have influenced the mention of the dispute between India and Japan. "You must be very clear that boundary of India China border area has not been totally delimited and we have disputes in the eastern section of the boundary.

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  • PV Sindhu congratulated by entire cricketing fraternity

    PV Sindhu congratulated by entire cricketing fraternity

    This was Sindhu's fourth victory over Okuhara in eight career meetings. Sindhu had no answer Okuhara's reply in the second set as she only managed to gather 11 points, after winning the First set comfortably. While Okuhara bought her A-defence to counter Sindhu's attack, Sindhu negotiated Okuhara's all-court play well. People all over the world soon congratulated the Indian, who tallied her head-head wins with the Japanese 4-4.

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  • Formula 1 Racing Odds: Singapore Grand Prix 9/14/17

    Monza may not have gone the way of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel , but is payback in order under the atmospheric Singapore floodlights? Which gives Ferrari and Red Bull a chance to mount a serious challenge at this circuit. "Singapore continues to command a certain differential position, and that has been one of the key considerations that has informed our own decision about extending the term of the contract".

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  • Trump says London train attackers known to police

    Trump says London train attackers known to police

    He then added: "Loser terrorists must be dealt with in a much tougher manner", without giving details of what that meant. Trump concluded: "Must be proactive & nasty!" "It keeps going and going, and we have to be very smart and we have to be very, very tough perhaps we're not almost tough enough", Trump told reporters in the Rose Garden of the White House .

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  • Cassini meets its end

    Cassini meets its end

    Cassini performed its job well till its end as it sampled the atmosphere of Saturn on Friday morning while making its final plunge . Its delicate thrusters no match for the thickening atmosphere, the spacecraft tumbled out of control during its rapid plunge and burned up like a meteor over Saturn's skies.

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  • John Howard slams Turnbull government's handling of same-sex marriage postal vote

    John Howard slams Turnbull government's handling of same-sex marriage postal vote

    Bree, a same-sex marriage supporter from Perth, wrote a heartfelt note to the man saying that she had decided against ticking "yes" on his form because she did not want to strip the man of his "voice". All postal papers will be sent out by September 25, and must be mailed back by October 27 for your vote to count. Both sides of the debate fired the starting guns on Thursday afternoon, promising to run respectful campaigns.

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  • Rohingyas threat to security: Centre

    Rohingyas threat to security: Centre

    The government has said it is still finalising a written submission it will present to the Supreme Court next Monday, a draft of which was circulated today and reported in the media. Even earlier, the government had said that it can not allow security situation of the country to suffer for the sake of allowing illegal immigrants on regional and religious considerations.

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  • North Korean Nuclear Threat

    The North Korean statement says, "The army and people of DPRK are unanimously demanding that the Yankees (an insulting term used for Americans), chief culprit in cooking up the "sanction resolution", be "beaten to death as a stick is fit for a rabid dog ".

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  • Saudi Arabia ambassador hits out at Qatar's policies

    Saudi Arabia ambassador hits out at Qatar's policies

    On Sunday, the Saudi security forces detained a number of Muslim scholars and famous preachers, including Sheikh Salman Al-Ouda, Awad Al-Qarni and Ali Al-Omar. "The contract involves the firm "[developing] and [implementing] a government relations strategy for the State of Qatar" and communicating with government officials on Capitol Hill and the Trump administration, in addition to "other individuals and organizations involved in governmental or public policy matters".

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  • #FireSarah Trends On Twitter After Sanders Calls Jemele Hill's Comments 'Fireable Offense'

    #FireSarah Trends On Twitter After Sanders Calls Jemele Hill's Comments 'Fireable Offense'

    ESPN called Hill's Twitter tirade "inappropriate", but declined to discuss disciplinary action in a statement on Monday. Jemele Hill [is] going after President Trump, building her brand so she can move on from ESPN. She said his "rise is a direct result of white supremacy". Kaepernick, who remains unsigned after opting out of his contract with the San Francisco 49ers, received plenty of criticism - and support - after kneeling during the national anthem before games last season to ...

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  • Priyanka slammed over Sikkim 'insurgency' comment, apologises

    Priyanka slammed over Sikkim 'insurgency' comment, apologises

    Some even poined out very good movies made by the Sikkimese people and said that Priyanka has no idea what she's talking about on an worldwide platform about their beloved state Sikkim. Ugen Gyatso had sought an apology from Priyanka after he got to know about the interview. The actor and her production company, Purple Pebble Films, apologised to Sikkim's tourism minister, Ugen T Gyatso.

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  • Jimmy Kimmel doesn't hold back during interview with Sean Spicer

    Jimmy Kimmel doesn't hold back during interview with Sean Spicer

    Spicer's argument is that reports that pointed out that Trump's Inauguration Day crowd was smaller than Barack Obama's were symptomatic of a broader media effort to minimize Trump's electoral accomplishment. Spicer was infamously combative with the media during White House press briefings, which Spicer attributed in part to a media bias against Trump. "Why is he so concerned with size?" asked Kimmel.

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  • United States bans use of Kaspersky software in federal agencies

    United States bans use of Kaspersky software in federal agencies

    The Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab is considering closing its Washington, D.C. office due to strained relations with the U.S . Kaspersky Lab has always acknowledged that it provides appropriate products and services to governments around the world to protect those organizations from cyberthreats, but it does not have unethical ties or affiliations with any government, including Russian Federation.

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  • This Hurricane Season Is As Unusual As The Huge Storms Themselves

    This Hurricane Season Is As Unusual As The Huge Storms Themselves

    A storm surge warning is discontinued for the Florida Keys and some parts of the Florida coast. A third construction crane has toppled in Florida in the powerful winds of Hurricane Irma . "And we tried to warn everybody and for the most part they've left but that's a bad path to be in". 116,000: Number of individuals in Floridain shelters as of yesterday (Sept.

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  • 5 men missing after early morning maritime collision

    5 men missing after early morning maritime collision

    The collision took place at around 12.40am local time (5.40pm BST previous day) while "the dredger was transiting the westbound lane while the tanker was departing Singapore joining the eastbound lane of the Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) in the Singapore Strait", the statement read.

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  • Theresa May scraps the 1% cap on public sector pay

    Theresa May scraps the 1% cap on public sector pay

    Officers who work in correctional facitilies will receive an average 1.7% pay rise, while and police officers will receive additional pay totalling 2% for 2017/18. How much will it cost? Downing Street announced on Tuesday that it would approve pay raises for police and prison officers in excess of the 1% public sector pay rise cap.

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  • Manatees Rescued After Irma Sucks Water Out of Sarasota Bay

    Manatees Rescued After Irma Sucks Water Out of Sarasota Bay

    In a Facebook post, Michale Sechler said he went to the bay with some friends to check out the phenomenon when they noticed two large objects lying in the mud. "We couldn't just let those manatees die out there". "I was amazed how many people started sharing the story". "It shows what people can do when they come together".

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