• EC should give proper re-hearing to 20 AAP MLAs: Tiwari
EC should give proper re-hearing to 20 AAP MLAs: Tiwari

Twelve MLAs - eight from BJP, three from NPF and one Independent MLA - were appointed as parliamentary secretaries after the last assembly election. The court further said there was a violation of natural justice and no oral hearing was given to the AAP MLAs before disqualifying them as legislators.

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  • Delhi Police apologises for manhandling woman photo journalist
Delhi Police apologises for manhandling woman photo journalist

A video posted on Twitter by HT photo editor Ajay Agarwal showed at least eight policewomen manhandling Anushree Fadnavis. "They took my camera and did not return it". "We have ordered a probe and sent a team to meet the police officials and we will further pursue the matter on Monday ", NCW acting chairperson Rekha Sharma said.

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  • Patriots supply plane for Parkland students, families to fly to DC rally
Patriots supply plane for Parkland students, families to fly to DC rally

Club spokesman Stacey James told the Globe former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and her husband, Mark Kelly , reached out to Kraft and asked for the gesture. Thank you @ Patriots for donating your plane to help us get to D.C.! 'This is not fair that they have to deal with something like this at their age.

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  • Indian diplomats, army official attend Pakistan Day parade
Indian diplomats, army official attend Pakistan Day parade

Pakistanis living in UAE celebrated the Pakistan Day with traditional zeal and patriotic spirit at the premises of the Embassy of Pakistan in Abu Dhabi. Pakistan on Friday said it wanted to resolve the ongoing row with India over the alleged harassment of each other's diplomats as soon as possible. He also stressed that efforts to curb terrorism ...

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  • Steph Curry shows optimism - in good spirits despite knee injury
Steph Curry shows optimism - in good spirits despite knee injury

That's when center JaVale McGee jumped to block a shot, landed, slipped and fell into the side of Curry's knee. Quinn Cook , the Warriors' starting point guard during Curry's recent absence, returned to the bench. Curry's latest injury just adds to the woes for the beat-up defending National Basketball Association champions. He will reportedl...

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  • Lifestyle choices are behind four in 10 cancers
Lifestyle choices are behind four in 10 cancers

More than 2,500 cancer cases diagnosed every week in the United Kingdom are preventable by making simple lifestyle changes, research has found. Of the 360,000 new cases diagnosed in 2015, about 135,500 could have been prevented, according to Cancer Research UK .

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  • Virat Kohli to prepare for England tour with County stint
Virat Kohli to prepare for England tour with County stint

The swinging ball with the extra pace on it, has troubled the Indian skipper in his earlier matches in England. Watch India's tour of England live on Sky Sports Cricket this summer. Surrey now have Mitchell Marsh signed as their overseas cricketer, while Aaron Finch would join for the T20 Blast. However, the county which Kohli will repres...

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  • After Parkland shooting, worldwide 'March for Our Lives' planned for Saturday
After Parkland shooting, worldwide 'March for Our Lives' planned for Saturday

Before the shooting, the school was patrolled by one armed deputy and unarmed guards. "We are in the midst of a new social movement, much like the civil rights movement, marriage equality movement, the anti-war movement", Blumenthal said .

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  • Lewis Hamilton has already reignited feud with Sebastian Vettel
Lewis Hamilton has already reignited feud with Sebastian Vettel

Vettel: I think he said it so quick the first time I didn't get it, so now I got it, thanks for repeating it. Vettel replied: "I know". It was not a ideal session for Hamilton's Mercedes team however, after Valtteri Bottas crashed into the wall and out of qualifying at the exit of turn two.

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  • Centre quotes Rajiv Gandhi in SC to defend Aadhaar scheme
Centre quotes Rajiv Gandhi in SC to defend Aadhaar scheme

But do you come to know where financial benefits are denied? The official replied that some of them were charging money from the residents while others had been harassing subscribers by entering wrong data. "We will never be able to achieve 100% authentication as it involves technology, machines, connectivity and power back up". Venugopal said ...

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  • Experts' view key for holding cricket match at Fifa-approved Kochi stadium
Experts' view key for holding cricket match at Fifa-approved Kochi stadium

The KCA secretary, privately complained, that it was the handiwork of certain vested interests which caused all the unnecessary controversy, and what the KCA had explored was only the possibility of hosting the global matches allotted to it in Kochi and the Sports Hub, Thiruvananthapuram , alternatively.

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  • Automatic pay rises ditched in £4.2 billion NHS deal
Automatic pay rises ditched in £4.2 billion NHS deal

Governments in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will decide themselves whether to roll out the same pay rise . The deal, to be rolled out from April 1, will mean that every eligible NHS worker is paid at least £8.93 an hour - higher than the voluntary living wage of £8.75.

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  • Myanmar President Htin Kyaw resigns, statement on official Facebook page says
Myanmar President Htin Kyaw resigns, statement on official Facebook page says

A brief notice posted on the president's official Facebook page said simply that he had resigned effective March 21 because he needed to "rest from current duties and responsibilities". The NLD must explore another possible way forward: for the new president to create a position of greater responsibility, outside of Suu Kyi's control.

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  • Taipei improves in quality of living, 84th globally: Mercer survey
Taipei improves in quality of living, 84th globally: Mercer survey

Bucharest is ranked 107 in the world in Mercer's 2018 Quality of Living survey , one of the lowest spots among European Union cities. Vancouver, fifth overall, is the best in North America, while first in Asia is Singapore (25), and Uruguay's Montevideo, 77 overall, is best in South America.

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  • Male Birth Control Pill Found To Be Safe And Effective By Study
Male Birth Control Pill Found To Be Safe And Effective By Study

A new trial study found a pill being tested for men appears to be safe when used daily. But will it work as birth control? Man unwrapping condom while girlfriend sitting in bed behind him. Many men say they would prefer a daily pill as a reversible contraceptive, rather than long-acting injections or topical gels, which are also in develop...

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  • New video shows deputy standing outside during school shooting
New video shows deputy standing outside during school shooting

Security footage of the former deputy at Stoneman Douglas High School pokes holes in his claim that he heard shots coming from outside on that fateful February 14 day. Israel later defended his "amazing leadership", despite Peterson's inaction and other questionable decisions by his command staff, which set up a perimeter around the school before i...

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  • Man's DNA no longer matches his twin's after a year in space
Man's DNA no longer matches his twin's after a year in space

NASA has found a 7 percent shift in Scott Kelly's gene expression that has not gone away after two years back on Earth. Scott Kelly's experience was very similar to this: his gene expression changed during spaceflight, and seven percent of his genes are still expressing the way they were in space.

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  • Eriksen scores twice as Tottenham cruise into Cup quarters
Eriksen scores twice as Tottenham cruise into Cup quarters

Mauricio Pochettino's side registered 24 attempts on goal compared with Swansea's three, enjoyed 75% of possession and had the game wrapped up with the best part of half an hour remaining when Eriksen scored his second. Harry Kane is out injured at the moment, but even in the absence of the England worldwide striker, Llorente can not get into t...

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  • Mayo medical students celebrate Match Day
Mayo medical students celebrate Match Day

Medical students in East Flatbush learned Friday which hospital they would complete their residency at. The 98-percent match rate is higher than the USA average of 94 percent. It's a day nearly as momentous as medical school graduation - "Match Day". Family and friends joined the CWRU class of 195 students for the event at Tinkham Veale University ...

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  • The FDA Is Making Major Moves Against the Cigarette Industry
The FDA Is Making Major Moves Against the Cigarette Industry

Researchers still need to examine exactly how much nicotine should be in a cigarette to reduce nicotine dependence, Shadel said. He believes that to really put an end to the scourge of smoking, "tobacco and nicotine - in other words, cigarettes - must be eliminated as a threat to health".

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