• Woman pilot takes IAF to court after being denied permanent commission
Woman pilot takes IAF to court after being denied permanent commission

Thakur led an Inter-Service Guard of Honour previous year when President Obama visited India in January. Unhappy with the decision, Wg Cdr Pooja has moved the Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) today, hoping justice. The 37-year-old officer hails from Rajasthan and is a para jumper. "There are many yardsticks based on which a selection is done", former ...

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  • Clinton's probe decision based on 'apolitical' review
Clinton's probe decision based on 'apolitical' review

Comey said Clinton's decision to give non-cleared people access to classified information was to "get good legal representation" and produce requested emails to the State Department. "There's more to this story that we know", the congressman said. But Comey said that while the FBI's year-long investigation turned up "evidence of great carelessnes...

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  • Hundreds in Tulsa peacefully protest police shootings
Hundreds in Tulsa peacefully protest police shootings

In his view , the problem is black gangs, murderous black children, the refusal of black protesters to look in the mirror at their "racist" selves, and black parents' failure to teach their children to respect the police. Why can't we admit that too many black men are being killed by police officers, while also acknowledging that man...

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  • Storms hit rural Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan
Storms hit rural Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan

As of early Tuesday morning, there has been only one minor injury reported, the National Weather Service said. Based on preliminary reports, the areas in and around Litchfield , St. "Well the garage is gone, the shed is gone the snowmobile trailer is gone, we've got a snow plow in the tree", she said. The National Weather Service said the ri...

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  • Clinton set to meet with Senate Democrats
Clinton set to meet with Senate Democrats

Even Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump tweeted out his thoughts on Sanders' decision before then trying to convince Sander supporters to jump on the Trump Train. Sanders declared, "I'm going to do everything I can to defeat Donald Trump ". Secretary Clinton has won the Democratic nominating process. After an introduction by Sanders...

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  • Northeast Ohio takes center stage again as Republican National Convention gears up
Northeast Ohio takes center stage again as Republican National Convention gears up

Loomis, the union leader, said half of Cleveland police officers have yet to receive convention training. "I've talked to some people at the national convention level already and, as of a couple of hours ago, there is not a whole lot of stomach for those people", said Robert Stovall, the chairman of the Bexar County Republican Party.

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  • Pokemon GO Fans Told Not To Play In US Holocaust Museum
Pokemon GO Fans Told Not To Play In US Holocaust Museum

At Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, spokesman Stephen Smith said the move was pre-emptive rather than to address a problem they're already seeing. "PokéStops and Gyms in Pokemon Go are found at publicly accessible places such as historical markers, public art installations, museums and monuments", The Pokémon Company told Eurogamer .

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  • Stamford Daycare Homicide: Baby Bella Redondo Suffers Severe Head Trauma
Stamford Daycare Homicide: Baby Bella Redondo Suffers Severe Head Trauma

Police say medics noticed the child had head trauma. An autopsy was planned for Wednesday. Police said in a statement that it was apparent when emergency response crews responded to the Little Bears Beginnings Daycare at 48 Wardwell Street on Tuesday afternoon that there was "some evidence of head trauma in addition to the breathing issue".

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  • Security fears mount ahead of GOP convention
Security fears mount ahead of GOP convention

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus called the anti-Trump Republicans "sore losers" on Tuesday. I'm not. I'm hearing less and less of it actually. "That effort has been hijacked at the last stages tonight by those who may use it for divisive purposes or for an agenda", Matheson said.

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  • Storms tear up small communities in Minnesota, Wisconsin
Storms tear up small communities in Minnesota, Wisconsin

CDT. Storms carrying tornadoes , torrential rain and powerful winds damaged homes, deposited a snowplow in a tree and flooded highways in north-central Minnesota and northern Wisconsin. Some residents told KARE 11 they could see the tornado coming towards town from their own homes. It also says 56-year-old Mitchell R. Koski of Montreal, Wisc...

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  • Will McDonald's Be Pokemon GO's First Sponsored PokeStop?
Will McDonald's Be Pokemon GO's First Sponsored PokeStop?

The success of Nintendo's new smartphone game, Pokemon Go , has sent shares of Nintendo soaring. You could also argue that part of the beauty of Pokemon Go and Ingress is that it highlights non-commercial aspects of a player's immediate environment, like works of public art and memorial sites.

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  • Family: Military changed Dallas suspect; robot use defended
Family: Military changed Dallas suspect; robot use defended

July 9, 2016 . The march was against the killing of black men by police. "We show our love because there's no greater love than to give your life for someone, and that's what we're continuing to be willing to do", he said. Since the shootings, police have kept several downtown blocks taped off as a crime scene while they determine the locations...

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  • Jeff Sessions, Newt Gingrich, Mike Pence Meeting with Trump
Jeff Sessions, Newt Gingrich, Mike Pence Meeting with Trump

When they emerged than an hour later, Trump and Pence posed arm-in-arm for a photo, shook hands with each other and waved to the reporters gathered on the sidewalk nearby. Beforehand, Trump told The Wall Street Journal he had hoped to further examine their personal chemistry and Pence's ability to play attack dog. Trump will make the announce...

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  • Comey: 'No Basis' To Think Clinton Lied To FBI
Comey: 'No Basis' To Think Clinton Lied To FBI

The four-and-a-half hour hearing, however, appeared to eke out several new seams for Republicans to pursue. Although Comey's announcement removes the threat of criminal charges, it's unlikely to eliminate concerns about Clinton's trustworthiness.

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  • Offended Trump demands Supreme Court judge step down
Offended Trump demands Supreme Court judge step down

Ginsburg was appointed to the Supreme Court by President Bill Clinton in 1993, and is the senior member of the court's liberal wing of justices. Trump demanded that Ginsberg should apologize to him and said that Ginsberg should even step down from her seat on the Supreme Court.

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  • Black Lives Matter protesters gather outside local newspaper
Black Lives Matter protesters gather outside local newspaper

Fourteen people were shot, 12 were police officers and five of those officers died. Racial bias exists within this country whose economic foundation was based on the extermination of indigenous people and the forced labor of enslaved people kidnapped from Africa.

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  • The Wall Street Journal: Donald Trump to announce his running mate Friday
The Wall Street Journal: Donald Trump to announce his running mate Friday

Trump told The Washington Post earlier in the week that he plans to announce his choice by Friday, but aides said news of his selection could emerge earlier. Gingrich is on Trump's vice presidential short list, according to campaign associates. The same message will appear in banner ads on social media. Along the way, the GOP presumptive nom...

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  • Dallas attack: What Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump said
Dallas attack: What Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump said

He also said that "the guiding principle" of his plan would be to ensure that military veterans have quick access to quality care. Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump also postponed his campaign appearance scheduled for Friday, a stop in Miami in which he planned to discuss economic opportunity.

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  • Dallas Police Chief: 'We're All on Edge'
Dallas Police Chief: 'We're All on Edge'

He served in the Army Reserve for six years starting in 2009 and did one tour in Afghanistan from November 2013 to July 2014, the military said. The 25-year-old army vet opened fire with a powerful rifle during a peaceful protest Thursday evening in Dallas against the shooting deaths just days earlier of two black men, in Louisiana and Minnesot...

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  • Republican Platform Tilts Right Of Trump On LGBT Issues
Republican Platform Tilts Right Of Trump On LGBT Issues

It's a routine that happens every four years: Tens of thousands of people gather in a major American city for the Republican National Convention, where the party officially crowns its presidential nominee. "I would think that that's pretty unlikely", said John Fogarty, the general counsel for the Illinois Republican Party. Numerous delegates to...

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