• At least one person injured in explosion at Kentucky's Murray State University
At least one person injured in explosion at Kentucky's Murray State University

Cash said their preliminary investigation leads them to believe the explosion is related to a natural gas release. MURRAY, Ky. (6/29/17) - One person was injured when a Murray State University building exploded last night. We are blessed and fortunate that all students who are participating in the Governor's Scholars Program, the Commonwealth Hon...

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  • HSCAP announced plus one second allotment 2017 result on June 26
HSCAP announced plus one second allotment 2017 result on June 26

The total 90806 candidates appeared in Engineering and 72440 were qualified in the test, for Pharmacy 24996 candidates appeared the test and only 21349 qualified. A huge number of eligible and interested candidates applied for Kerala HSCAP Plus One Allotment. The result of Plus One Allotment Result is already published on June 11.

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  • Anti-Terror : France and Britain announce action plan
Anti-Terror : France and Britain announce action plan

Mr Macron said: "Of course the door remains open, always open until the Brexit negotiations come to an end". We take the decision as a matter of respect. British Prime Minister Theresa May spoke at a press conference earlier this week before she met with French President Emmanuel Macron during her first trip overseas since the 2017 British gen...

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  • DUP leader in bid to finalise 'totally transparent' agreement with Theresa May
DUP leader in bid to finalise 'totally transparent' agreement with Theresa May

Church leaders have urged Northern Ireland's politicians that "the most vulnerable are at greater risk" if they can not strike a power-sharing deal. May's Conservative Party lost its parliamentary majority at the country's general election earlier this month and faced the unappealing prospect of forming a minority government.

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  • Narendra Modi says no country questioned India's surgical strikes
Narendra Modi says no country questioned India's surgical strikes

Addressing Indian-Americans at a reception in Virginia, Modi asserted that India has been successful in convincing the world about "the face of terrorism that is destroying peace and normal life" in the country. wants to play it smart considering our strategic location and major undertaking of trade projects with China. "This is India's tradition a...

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  • Apple CEO Tim Cook talked to Trump about immigration
Apple CEO Tim Cook talked to Trump about immigration

According to Recode , in a meeting with the White House's American Technology Council , Trump conceded that federal agencies desperately needed to catch up with the private sector when it comes to technology. He later joked: "We have approximately $3.5 trillion of market value in this room - but that's nearly the exact number that we've cre...

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  • Trump hosts 'true friend' Modi for first one-on-one
Trump hosts 'true friend' Modi for first one-on-one

US President Donald Trump hosts Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday for a first face-to-face meeting , seeking to forge a chemistry that can add new fizz to a flourishing relationship between the world's two largest democracies.

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  • A rainy Yoga Day for PM Modi in Lucknow
A rainy Yoga Day for PM Modi in Lucknow

As many as 190 countries across the world are observing the International Day of Yoga today. Commenting on the global acceptance that Yoga is receiving, "Yoga has become part of so many lives". "Yoga is oneness for the body, spirit and mind. I believe that yoga will be the medium to provide good health to people", Mr Fadnavis later told reporters...

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  • Kushner's firm received loan from Deutsche Bank
Kushner's firm received loan from Deutsche Bank

Kushner signed on as a personal guarantor for the loan, which his firm reportedly wanted to use to refinance property it owns in Manhattan. His contacts with Russia have come under scrutiny amid reports he met with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak and Russian banker Sergey Gorkov ahead of Trump's inauguration, at one point suggesting establi...

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  • Senate Republicans Alter Health Care Bill To Avoid So-Called 'Death Spiral'
Senate Republicans Alter Health Care Bill To Avoid So-Called 'Death Spiral'

Officials with the conservative USA political network overseen by the Koch brothers say they are unhappy with the healthcare bill that may be voted on by the Senate this week and will lobby for changes to it. That message was at odds with Trump's Rose Garden celebration after the bill cleared the House, when he told lawmakers it was a "great pl...

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  • Ricciardo takes shock win in Baku
Ricciardo takes shock win in Baku

Still, to secure a podium in only the eighth race of his career was an outstanding achievement, especially considering the flak Stroll took earlier in the season when he failed to finish his first three races, and four out of the first six.

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  • Tory-DUP deal 'imminent' as Foster and May resume talks
Tory-DUP deal 'imminent' as Foster and May resume talks

The DUP has also secured £ 1bn in extra funding over the next two years , and has been given more flexibility in how the £500m already pledged to Northern Ireland can be spent. Responding to the DUP's claims that a deal could come by Tuesday, a Downing Street spokesman said talks are ongoing. As part of the deal, money will be earmarked to addr...

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  • Muslims mark end of Ramadan with Eid celebrations
Muslims mark end of Ramadan with Eid celebrations

Ramadan, the holiest month in Islam, was celebrated in the White House under Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations. The Iftar dinners were typically attended by prominent members of the Muslim community as well as members of the Congress and diplomats from Muslim countries.

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  • Canada nurse gets life for killing 8 people in her care
Canada nurse gets life for killing 8 people in her care

Elizabeth Wettlaufer , the worst health-care killer in Canadian history, finally spoke Monday. "Sorry is too small a word". Elizabeth Wettlaufer told the court Monday she is truly sorry and hopes her victims' families can find peace and healing.

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  • Iran seeks stronger ties with Qatar: Rouhani
Iran seeks stronger ties with Qatar: Rouhani

Qatar has also been asked to hand over opposition figures wanted by the four countries, to downgrade diplomatic ties with Iran , and to shut a Turkish military base. Tillerson also urged all sides to " lower " their rhetoric to ease tensions, and said that the United States would stay in " close contact " with all parties and support Kuwait in ...

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  • Swede Held by Al-Qaeda in Mali since 2011 Freed: Swedish Govt
Swede Held by Al-Qaeda in Mali since 2011 Freed: Swedish Govt

Swedish Foreign Affairs Minister Margot Wallstrom announced the release of Johan Gustafsson without giving details on what had finally led to his freedom. "We have reached a dead end", Gift of the Givers said in a May 17 statement. The fate of McGowan was not known. His father, Malcolm , told eNCA he was waiting on tenterhooks for any news o...

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  • Romania: president, political parties in talks over new PM
Romania: president, political parties in talks over new PM

Tudose will now have 10 days win over Romania's parliament with a vote of confidence in his proposed cabinet and policy program. Normally, as party leader, Dragnea would be the prime minister, but in 2016 he was convicted of vote rigging, which disqualifies him from holding the post.

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  • North Korea denies torturing detained Jewish student who died after release
North Korea denies torturing detained Jewish student who died after release

Just a few days after his return to the United States, Otto Warmbier passed away . "Later that day, that's when we found out he was ill, no one knew that". "To make it clear, we are the biggest victim of this incident and there would be no more foolish judgment than to think we do not know how to calculate gains and losses", the spokesman said.

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  • Selfies Galore On Twitter As People Wish Each Other Eid Mubarak
Selfies Galore On Twitter As People Wish Each Other Eid Mubarak

People gather on McDonald Ave., for a prayer celebration of Eid al-Fitr, marking the end of the fasting month of Ramadan , in the Kensington neighborhood of the Brooklyn borough of NY. President Hassan Rouhani issued a message, congratulating Muslims on the occasion of the Eid. Eid-gahs were be arranged for prayers in most towns on Monday mo...

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  • Israeli official rejects U.S. claim that PA stopped funding terror
Israeli official rejects U.S. claim that PA stopped funding terror

But Palestinian officials said payments to relatives of attackers and Palestinians imprisoned by Israel would continue. "The question is not if that move happens, but only when", Press Secretary Sean Spicer said on June 1. "Those people, (prisoners) have sacrificed their lives for their people and the minimum we can do to them is taking care of the...

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