• Sensex jumps for 2nd day, up 276 pts, Infy shapes up
Sensex jumps for 2nd day, up 276 pts, Infy shapes up

The Sensex touched a high of 31,484.28 points and a low of 31,241.50 points in the trade so far. The NSE index crossed the 9,800 mark, trading at 9,804 points at 11.30 am. The Nifty PSU Bank index closed 2.09 percent up. "Post opening at day's high, the markets cooled off and gave up all the morning gains". "The market suddenly spiked towards...

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  • Search for 10 USA crewmen will continue in the morning
Search for 10 USA crewmen will continue in the morning

He said the accident happened at 5.30am some 4.5 nautical miles off the coast in Teluk Ramunia. Datuk Zulkifli Abu Bakar tweeted that three Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) vessels and a Super Lynx helicopter, an Augusta A109 helicopter of the Malaysian Army, an MMEA vessel and several boats of other enforcement agencies had been deployed.

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  • State Department Science Envoy Resigns With Letter Containing Hidden Message
State Department Science Envoy Resigns With Letter Containing Hidden Message

That, as well as his reiteration days later that "both sides" were to blame for the violence that led to the death of Heather Heyer and two state troopers, led Democrats and many Republicans to denounce Trump for not unmistakably calling out white supremacists and other hate groups, reports the Associated Press .

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  • Bannon and his backers eye cable TV for Breitbart
Bannon and his backers eye cable TV for Breitbart

Marlow confirmed the email exchange to CNN but was unrepentant, even after being exposed for having an agenda so motivated by partisan politics, Bannon's apparent personal grievance, or both. and the Media Found Out" and listed instances in which well-timed leaks positioned Ivanka and Jared against some of the president's more controversial dec...

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  • Debate Over Whether EU Might Influence British Law After Brexit
Debate Over Whether EU Might Influence British Law After Brexit

As the paper states, EU law has direct effect within the legal orders of member-states, a principle to which the United Kingdom gives effect through the European Communities Act 1972. But the document states under such arrangements, such as the EU Moldova Association Agreement, the arbitration board must be "bound by [the ECJ's] interpretation".

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  • Mexico: Trump's NAFTA threats are a negotiating tactic
Mexico: Trump's NAFTA threats are a negotiating tactic

While the United States spent most of last week embroiled in a controversy over whether some neo-Nazis are "fine people" and whether launching an armed rebellion against the federal government to preserve slavery is worth commemorating, the Canadian political system was mobilizing around the more prosaic subject of renegotiating the North America...

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  • Two 'America's Got Talent Show' Judges Fight on Stage
Two 'America's Got Talent Show' Judges Fight on Stage

After hearing this, the " Spice Girls " member immediately grabbed her drink cup, and threw the content at him. Mel B - real name: Melanie Brown - did eventually return to finish the show, but not before a fairly tense moment on the stage of the televised competition .

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  • Indonesia So Far Fifth in SEA Games Medal Count
Indonesia So Far Fifth in SEA Games Medal Count

Singapore have since been eliminated while Malaysia have reached the semi-finals. The country's volleyball teams (men's and women's) last grabbed a medal in the 2005 Manila hosting of the biennial games, where both squads won bronze. The same day, Hien's teammates, Chu Duc Thinh and Trang Cam Lanh each won a silver medal for their performance ...

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  • England Women beat France for a World Cup final say
England Women beat France for a World Cup final say

Holders England took the lead when Emily Scarratt slotted a well-struck penalty after France were penalised for going in at the side. France went on to level before the break through Shannon Izar. A succession of pick and drives near the France line saw Sarah Bern crash over for the first try of the game and her first at worldwide level. A second...

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  • Turkish foreign minister to hold security talks in Baghdad and Erbil
Turkish foreign minister to hold security talks in Baghdad and Erbil

He said he would travel to the region later in the day to communicate Ankara's expectation to the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG)'s President Massoud Barzani. Postponing the referendum is "absolutely impossible", Masoud Barzani told the Saudi newspaper Okaz . Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's government has rejected the planned referendum as ...

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  • Trump attempts to rewrite his Charlottesville record
Trump attempts to rewrite his Charlottesville record

Trump pulled out a list from his suit pocket with all of the statements he has made since the events in Charlottesville . Posters featuring the phrases "Drain the Swamp, ' 'Women for Trump , ' and 'Veterans for Trump " were featured prominently.

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  • U.S. envoy briefs Pak FM on Trump's statement
U.S. envoy briefs Pak FM on Trump's statement

The NSC spokesperson claimed that Trump had benefited from an outsider's perspective on the Pak-US relationship by foregoing "conventional wisdom" that 'however much the Pakistanis double-deal you and lie to you and don't cooperate, you have no choice but to just keep the status quo'.

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  • Suresh Prabhu offers to quit, post train accidents
Suresh Prabhu offers to quit, post train accidents

Union Minister of Railways Suresh Prabhu on Wednesday offered to resign following a number of train derailment incidents. The minister has also shared his conversation with the prime minister who has asked him to wait for some time before jumping over to any hasty decision.

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  • Lottery scammer Eddie Tipton gets up to 25 years in prison
Lottery scammer Eddie Tipton gets up to 25 years in prison

Judge Brad McCall also ordered Tipton to repay more than $2 million that the scheme paid Tipton and others. Among these recruits were his brother Tommy Tipton, a former judge, and businessman Robert Rhodes. "Now what Iowa wants is for the tail to wag the dog", Stowers told McCall. DES MOINES - Two brothers admitted Thursday to using inside info...

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  • Farmer thanks firefighters who saved piglets by serving them up as sausages
Farmer thanks firefighters who saved piglets by serving them up as sausages

Firefighters called to a farm at Milton Lilbourne, Wiltshire, in February managed to save 18 baby pigs and two grown sows from the flames that ripped through 60 tonnes of hay. Some sided with the farmer though, with Jay Cox pointing out "Where do people think sausages and bacon come from?" A spokesman for Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Se...

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  • At least 30, including civilians, killed in Yemen air raids
At least 30, including civilians, killed in Yemen air raids

Wednesday's strikes on Sanaa's northern outskirts killed at least 35 people, and rescue workers were still pulling bodies from the rubble, said Hussein al-Tawil, head of the Sanaa branch of Yemen's Red Crescent. A two-story building was destroyed in the attack, reported the Houthi-controlled local television station Al Maseera, which noted th...

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  • Morrissey Reveals New Album 'Low In High-School' Details
Morrissey Reveals New Album 'Low In High-School' Details

Strong praise indeed, but well deserved for an artist with such an illustrious career as Morrissey's . Korda Marshall, the Executive Vice President of BMG, said of the signing: "There are not many artists around today that can compare to Morrissey ".

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  • Judge shot at OH courthouse was presiding over case involving suspect
Judge shot at OH courthouse was presiding over case involving suspect

Records show an OH housing authority wanted a judge to dismiss much of a wrongful-death lawsuit filed by a man who shot him outside a courthouse . Abdalla says Richmond had arrived at the bank a short while before the shooting, left and then returned and shot the judge as he walked into work.

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  • Sanctions Against Chinese and Russians With Business Ties to North Korea
Sanctions Against Chinese and Russians With Business Ties to North Korea

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin also noted the U.S.is "taking actions consistent with United Nations sanctions to show that there are consequences for defying sanctions and providing support to North Korea, and to deter this activity in the future".

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  • Malia Obama settles into Harvard for first year of college
Malia Obama settles into Harvard for first year of college

The sight of Malia and the former POTUS was enough to cause a stir on social media, with students tweeting about their Obama sightings. It is unclear what Malia, 19, will major in - or if she's decided on one yet. Now, she is following in the footsteps of her parents who both graduated from Harvard. "She was down to do whatever a PA is asked to...

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