• GJM activists clash with police in Darjeeling, army deployed
GJM activists clash with police in Darjeeling, army deployed

Both GJM leaders and police officers were injured in Thursday's clashes. The hills have a sizeable Nepalispeaking population and the locals feel the state is trying to replace Nepali with Bengali in schools. Read Also: GJM shows Mamata Banerjee black flags in DarjeelingGJM supporters set fire to two North Bengal Corporation buses in downtown in...

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  • Qatar's Al Jazeera 'under cyberattack'
Qatar's Al Jazeera 'under cyberattack'

The company didn't say who was behind the attempted attacks or where they originated, but said the moves were gaining in intensity and "taking various forms", the Wall Street Journal reports. Last month, Qatar's official news agency was hacked and false statements attributed to the country's ruler were posted that helped spark a rift with other A...

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  • Scottish Independence dream fades as Salmond & Robertson crash out of Commons
Scottish Independence dream fades as Salmond & Robertson crash out of Commons

Mr Robertson , the SNP leader in Westminster, lost his Moray seat to the Conservatives , who took over with a majority of 4,159 votes. Alex Salmond has been kicked out of Parliament after losing his fight to be re-elected as MP for Gordon .

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  • Trump's lawyer accuses Comey of 'unauthorized disclosures' of 'privileged' talks with president
Trump's lawyer accuses Comey of 'unauthorized disclosures' of 'privileged' talks with president

While Comey testified that he indeed told Trump on numerous occasions he was not personally under investigation, he also indicated Trump is now under scrutiny by Special Counsel Bob Mueller for possible obstruction of justice. "Knowing my father for 39 years, when he "orders or tells" you to do something there is no ambiguity, you will know exa...

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  • Bars to reopen as Pinarayi uncorks LDF govt's liquor policy, protest brews
Bars to reopen as Pinarayi uncorks LDF govt's liquor policy, protest brews

Reacting to Viswam's statement, KPCC President M M Hassan said his party strongly opposes the new liquor policy , alleging corruption behind the decision to reopen the closed bars. The new policy will bring cheer to bar owners, who have been bearing the brunt of the stringent ban imposed by the previous government. Church leaders and anti-liquor...

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  • RBSE 10th Result 2017 Declared by Rajasthan Board @ rajresults
RBSE 10th Result 2017 Declared by Rajasthan Board @ rajresults

The following article is composed to give the details of RBSE 10th class results 2017. The total number of students, meanwhile, rose-from 10,51,105 in 2016 to 10,72,799 in 2017. Diwedi said the pass percentage in high school and intermediate exams could drop to around 50 if not this year then the next. Students can check their result from the offi...

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  • United Nations extends North Korea sanctions in 'clear message' to Pyongyang
United Nations extends North Korea sanctions in 'clear message' to Pyongyang

Mattis made no mention of President Trump's decision to pull the US out of the Paris climate change agreement. It was the seventh resolution the Security Council has adopted to impose sanctions on North Korea over its nuclear and missile programs since its first nuclear test in 2006.

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  • Oliver Stone: Megyn Kelly didn't know her stuff with Putin
Oliver Stone: Megyn Kelly didn't know her stuff with Putin

He added, "I am not trying to insult anyone". That's just the nature of things. In conversation with Putin stone remembered about the Russian law that prohibits the promotion of homosexuality. Strangelove . Putin has also shared his views on NATO, "Once a country becomes a NATO member, it is hard to resist the pressures of the US". The in...

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  • MP tragedy: 14 killed, 8 injured in cracker factory fire
MP tragedy: 14 killed, 8 injured in cracker factory fire

At the time of blast, around 40 workers were present in the factory premise. "On Wednesday night, two of the six injured, sent to Nagpur for treatment, succumbed to their injuries", he said. According to district collector Bharat Yadav, the incident took place in Kheri village, which is almost 10 km from the district headquarters. Reports said ...

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  • France confirms death of second citizen in London Bridge attack
France confirms death of second citizen in London Bridge attack

Police said Zaghba had not been a subject of interest for them or for the MI5 domestic intelligence agency. Butt and Redouane, who also used the name Rachid Elkhdar, lived in Barking, while Zaghba is reported to have worked at a restaurant in London .

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  • We are not ready to surrender: Qatar Foreign Minister
We are not ready to surrender: Qatar Foreign Minister

And he was even tougher on media reports suggesting Qatar supports the Iran-backed Shiite Huthi rebels fighting the internationally recognised government in Yemen. They conveyed him the Qatar ameer's message that demanded Pakistan play its role regarding the diplomatic crisis in Gulf - issue of bans imposed by fellow countries, including Saudi Arab...

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  • Heavy rains fall as ships, locals search Myanmar crash site
Heavy rains fall as ships, locals search Myanmar crash site

A military-owned flight carrying 122 people went missing near Dawei Township yesterday, en route from Myeik to Yangon, according to the Commander-in-Chief's Office. It also stated that manufacturing company of the airplane have been contacted and will be cooperating with the military in discovering why the plane went down.

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  • For returning GOP Senators, it's healthcare reform crunch time
For returning GOP Senators, it's healthcare reform crunch time

Mr. Graham reportedly told media outlets at the Capitol that Sen. "It's been seven years to talk about health care ", McConnell, R-Ky., told reporters . Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersDemocrats - a party in search of an agenda Sanders concerned Trump tried to "derail" Russian Federation probe Senate GOP paves way for ObamaCare repeal bill MOR...

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  • Iran attackers fought for Islamic State in Syria, Iraq - ministry
Iran attackers fought for Islamic State in Syria, Iraq - ministry

One of the two then threw acid in all directions, injuring 14 people who were nearby. A statement from Iranian security forces said that the incident was the result of a personal dispute and did not pose a greater security threat, such as terrorism.

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  • US says fight for Raqqa will be 'difficult'
US says fight for Raqqa will be 'difficult'

Last week, they reached the northern and eastern gates of the city. The SDF was also trying to push into Raqa's northwestern district of Al-Andalus, the monitor said, as fighting continued to the north, east and west of the city. "ISIS threatens all our nations, not just Iraq and Syria, but in our homelands as well". This image released by ...

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  • North Korea says it tested new anti-ship missile
North Korea says it tested new anti-ship missile

North Korea fired several projectiles believed to be short-ra. He warned that North Korea could only face further worldwide isolation and more economic difficulties. The North's claims can not be independently confirmed. North Korea has ordered three ballistic missile launches, a surface-to-air missile, and now Thursday's cruise missile tests si...

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  • Pakistanis stranded at Doha airport reach Muscat for proceeding to Jeddah
Pakistanis stranded at Doha airport reach Muscat for proceeding to Jeddah

In response to these restrictions, the airline has arranged for three charter flights departing Jeddah Tuesday at 16:00, 22:00, and 23:00 local time, to Muscat in order to assist all Qatar Airways passengers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , the statement said.

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  • Death toll from Sri Lanka rains mounts to 164
Death toll from Sri Lanka rains mounts to 164

With more than 100 people still missing and 80 reported injured, these have been Sri Lanka's worst rains since 2003, when rain lead to the deaths of 250 people. On Saturday, INS Kirch with relief materials had reached Colombo Port, which was received by Indian High Commissioner Taranjit Singh Sandhu and Sri Lanka's Foreign Minister Ravi Karu...

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  • India eyes manned space missions after successful satellite launch
India eyes manned space missions after successful satellite launch

On 2 June, the Mission Readiness Review Committee and Launch Authorisation Board had cleared the countdown for GSLV Mk-III D1/GSAT-19 mission. Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark-III (MkIII D-1) injected the 3,136-kg GSAT-19, the heaviest satellite to be launched from the country yet, into Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit about 16 minutes...

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  • Montana GOP Congressional Candidate Cited With Misdemeanor Assault of Reporter
Montana GOP Congressional Candidate Cited With Misdemeanor Assault of Reporter

This keeps Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's former seat in the GOP column, and represents another close-but-no-cigar result for Democrats, who are mostly contesting special elections in strong Republican areas where seats are vacated by Trump appointees.

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