• Gopalkrishna Gandhi To Face M Venkaiah Naidu In Vice Presidential Poll Tomorrow
Gopalkrishna Gandhi To Face M Venkaiah Naidu In Vice Presidential Poll Tomorrow

While the opposition has fielded Gopalkrishna Gandhi against Naidu, the ruling NDA, having the majority in the Lok Sabha, will find it easy to place its candidate as the next vice president. The vice president acts as the Indian president in the latter's absence due to death, resignation, impeachment or other situations. The Vice President is e...

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  • China knocks Trump's tweets: 'Emotional venting' can not become policy
China knocks Trump's tweets: 'Emotional venting' can not become policy

As a result, Schumer urged Trump to exercise his authority over CFIUS to block mergers and acquisitions in the USA by Chinese companies until China works to bridle its neighbour's aggression. "What the peninsula needs is immediately stamping out the fire, not adding kindling or, even worse, pouring oil on the flames". "Given recent developments, ...

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  • Russian, US diplomats discuss North Korea
Russian, US diplomats discuss North Korea

Congress has given $80 million to the State Department to fight Russian propaganda and misinformation, but Secretary of State Rex Tillerson reportedly is reluctant to put it to use. The Trump administration has also thrown its weight behind confronting violent Central American gangs, most notably the MS-13 gang - brandishing it as a poster-child fo...

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  • Saudi Arabia Launches Red Sea Island Resort Project
Saudi Arabia Launches Red Sea Island Resort Project

Moreover, female tourists from different parts of the world also had to adhere to this rule while visiting Saudi Arabia. The move is part of new Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's plans to develop a luxury tourism industry on the Red Sea coast.

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  • Investigators to update progress in Wayne State Officer Collin Rose murder case
Investigators to update progress in Wayne State Officer Collin Rose murder case

Wayne County Prosecutors have charged 61-year-old Raymond Durham with the November shooting death of 29-year-old Wayne State University Sgt. Collin Rose, they announced in a press conference Thursday. Family members have said that Durham lived in an abandoned house and repaired bikes. His defense attorney, Gabi (GAH'-bee) Silver, has said that Du...

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  • Bihar: Truck seized in Bhojpur district, suspected carrying beef
Bihar: Truck seized in Bhojpur district, suspected carrying beef

He added that angry protestors had blocked the roads demanding a lock-down of illegal butcheries in the area. Police said that the incident took place after the mob intercepted the truck carrying meat near a petrol pump on the NH-84 under Shahpur police station area, 29 km west of district headquarters Ara and 70 km west of Patna.

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  • Air Quality Alert for Eastern Washington
Air Quality Alert for Eastern Washington

You're not imagining it - with smoke and haze coming down from the British Columbia wildfires , Western Washington's air quality has plummeted below some of the world's most perpetually smoggy cities. They should check with their healthcare providers about how to manage during times of unhealthy air quality. Pollutants in smoke can cause burni...

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  • Three shot at San Francisco park crowded with families
Three shot at San Francisco park crowded with families

A witness says the park was packed at the time of the shooting with families and tourists. Breaking - 3 people shot at Dolores Park in SF. Hospital spokesman Brent Andrew said another man has been released and that the third victim, also a male, is a minor.

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  • Trump aide, CNN reporter spar over immigration plan
Trump aide, CNN reporter spar over immigration plan

According to FOX Business , the legislation would change legal immigration in the United States to more of a merit-based system. In a later back and forth , Miller referred to the " Statue of Liberty law of the land" asking the CNN journalist in what decade and which number of people entering the country each year he approved of US immi...

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  • Pentagon: US Test-Fires ICBM amid Tensions with 'Reckless' N. Korea
Pentagon: US Test-Fires ICBM amid Tensions with 'Reckless' N. Korea

Experts of the US and South Korea have studied the videos of the missile's trajectory. In August, the US and South Korean militaries hold Ulchi-Freedom Guardian, one of the world's largest annual military exercises that has drawn harsh rebukes from North Korea in the past.

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  • Dumi Masilela's aunt dies after hearing the news of her nephew's death
Dumi Masilela's aunt dies after hearing the news of her nephew's death

Masilela's younger brother Mbongeni confirmed that both his brother and aunt had died. In a statement, the Rhythm City producers wrote: "We are shattered!" Dumi Masilela has passed away. Our deepest condolences to Simphiwe and the rest of the Masilela family. We don't have any details yet, but we do know that it happened last night.

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  • China warns Indian troops to leave contested region
China warns Indian troops to leave contested region

His comments also come after Indian National Security Adviser Ajit Doval met his Chinese counterpart on the sidelines of a BRICS summit of NSAs from the member countries. The statement included a thinly-veiled threat of military action. Ren said the Chinese armed forces will resolutely protect the country's territorial sovereignty and security in...

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  • United States bans travel to North Korea from September 1
United States bans travel to North Korea from September 1

This year's ARF comes amid heightened concerns and uncertainty over the North's nuclear and missile programs. Developing nuclear weapons that threaten the United States is his insurance policy against being overthrown by a US -led coalition, said Joo Seong-ha, a defector who was imprisoned in North Korea before escaping to South Korea.

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  • U.S. to ban travel to North Korea
U.S. to ban travel to North Korea

Signed by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on July 21, the measure officially goes into effect on Sep. Tillerson's comments come days after North Korea carried out its second test of an intercontinental ballistic missile. "Anytime you have a dramatic change in the administration like we had six months ago, there are going to be individuals wh...

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  • Secret Service moves out of Trump Tower over lease dispute
Secret Service moves out of Trump Tower over lease dispute

The exit of the Secret Service from Trump Tower, first reported by The Washington Post , came after disagreements over the terms of a lease between the General Services Administration, which is tasked with negotiating such matters, and President Trump's company, the Trump Organization.

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  • US launches an ICBM that travels 4200 miles to hit its target
US launches an ICBM that travels 4200 miles to hit its target

North Korea's recent missile test came dangerously close to an Air France passenger jet. The ICBM's reentry vehicle, which contained a telemetry package used for operational testing, traveled about 4,200 miles to the Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands.

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  • Tillerson Applies Brakes on North Korea War Talk: 'We're Not Your Enemy'
Tillerson Applies Brakes on North Korea War Talk: 'We're Not Your Enemy'

Speaking at the State Department press briefing, Tillerson stressed that the USA was not seeking regime change or looking to send its military "north of the 38th parallel" that divides North and South Korea, reports CNN . "Our other options are not attractive", Tilerson added. On Monday, President Donald Trump uttered assurances during the start...

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  • Trump seeks to sue schools over affirmative action seen to hurt whites
Trump seeks to sue schools over affirmative action seen to hurt whites

The Trump administration is readying resources in the Justice Department's civil rights division for the objective of investigating and litigating "race-based discrimination" in U.S. Levitt, a former deputy assistant attorney general in the division in the Obama administration told The Times . "Longstanding Supreme Court precedent has ...

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  • Australian PM had to repeatedly explain refugee deal to Trump during call
Australian PM had to repeatedly explain refugee deal to Trump during call

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says the country's intelligence agency is restoring the aviation threat level to what it was before four men were arrested in Sydney on Saturday in connection with what authorities dubbed a credible threat to bring down a plane.

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  • Pakistan govt website attacked; hacked post Indian national anthem, I-Day greetings
Pakistan govt website attacked; hacked post Indian national anthem, I-Day greetings

Another message that was posted on the website read , "Freedom in the Mind, Faith in the words..." This is not the first time that hackers have defaced Pakistan government websites. The hacker group named "Pakistan Haxors Crew " wrote abuses about Indian government and the Indian Armed forces on the landing pages of the websites.

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