• Don't equate those working for cow protection with vigilantes
Don't equate those working for cow protection with vigilantes

According to the English rendition of his speech, Bhagwat said it was a matter of shame if people were being insulted or beaten up by their coreligionists "because of one's wrath over a trivial issue or one's superiority complex" - a reference to upper caste youth stripping and beating up Dalits for skinning cows.

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  • Pak lawmakers pass resolution on Kashmir
Pak lawmakers pass resolution on Kashmir

It was also mentioned that Pakistan would continue to support Kashmir politically, morally and diplomatically. He said more than 60,000 civilians and security personnel have been killed in the fight against terrorism and Pakistan knows what sacrifice means.

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  • Arab coalition intercepts Yemen missiles-Saudi media
Arab coalition intercepts Yemen missiles-Saudi media

The official added that the reports were aimed at covering up a "heinous" Saudi-led coalition airstrike on a wake Saturday in the capital, Sanaa , that officials said killed at least 155 people. But on Saturday the United States said it was reevaluating its support after the deadly wake airstrike. "Parties can not hide behind the fog of this war...

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  • Barcelona star Gerard Pique shirty over jersey criticism
Barcelona star Gerard Pique shirty over jersey criticism

The Spanish FA immediately released a report defending Pique. Pique said the long sleeves of his shirt were bothering him, and that's why he cut them off. "I've always given everything on the pitch and although some have been grateful, others don't want me here". "The player cut his sleeves with the sole objective of playing more comfortably, l...

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  • Debate questioner Kenneth Bone becomes internet star
Debate questioner Kenneth Bone becomes internet star

Millennials on the internet are obsessed with Kenneth "Ken" Bone, aka "red sweater audience guy", from the second presidential debate on Sunday night. If this story has you down, there's at least one GoFundMe campaign trying to raise money so Bone is never without a nice olive suit again. In a debate filled with accusations and insults, Am...

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  • Kremlin calls U.S. hacking accusations 'rubbish'
Kremlin calls U.S. hacking accusations 'rubbish'

Hillary Clinton and USA officials have blamed Russian hackers for stealing more than 19,000 emails from Democratic party officials, but Friday's announcement marked the first time that the Obama administration has pointed the finger at Moscow.

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  • Latest presidential debate dives into the coal economy
Latest presidential debate dives into the coal economy

Almost half of Trump supporters (47%) say the Earth is warming because of natural patterns, and three-in-ten (30%) say there is no solid evidence the Earth is warming. "The coal industry is down, as both candidates have acknowledged, but that change can also be traced to market forces and the increase in natural gas production - the "tremendous...

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  • Satellite images show activity at North Korea nuclear test site
Satellite images show activity at North Korea nuclear test site

To Pyongyang, that means time to build up its arsenal, putting it in a powerful position by the time the new USA president has settled into office. Satellite images of the Punggye-ri site in North Hamgyong Province from October 1 indicated continuing activity at all three tunnel complexes that could be used to conduct another nuclear test, acco...

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  • Ryan comments create stir among Trump backers
Ryan comments create stir among Trump backers

Donald Trump stands behind Hillary Clinton at the second presidential debate. Ryan had been scheduled to campaign with Trump as recently as last weekend. Mike Pence is standing by Donald Trump, saying he never considered leaving the Trump ticket. Before Sunday night's debate, and following the release of the damaging 2005 video , Republican po...

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  • UN chief encourages Colombia to stay the course for peace
UN chief encourages Colombia to stay the course for peace

From now through October 16, choose from incredible subscription offers.... The award was a surprise, coming just five days after Colombian voters shot down the historic accord Santos signed last month with the leader of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), Timoleon " Timochenko " Jimenez.

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  • Putin, Erdogan voice support for gas pipeline project
Putin, Erdogan voice support for gas pipeline project

Erdogan said: "We look positively on the Turkish Stream project, which will allow us get the gas we're already buying from Russian Federation through the Balkans directly through the Black Sea". "What we have today is nice gain for the energy market". "Because Russian agricultural sector does not produce these types of products". While Putin'...

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  • US Navy ship targeted in failed missile attack from Yemen
US Navy ship targeted in failed missile attack from Yemen

US Naval Forces Central Command spokeswoman Paula Dunn said in a statement on Monday that the USS Mason had been "conducting routine operations in global waters" north of the strait when it "detected two inbound missiles" around 19:00 (16:00 GMT) on Sunday.

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  • Arvind Kejriwal again urges Centre to expose Pakistan
Arvind Kejriwal again urges Centre to expose Pakistan

Singh said it was the BJP that attempted to politicise the issue for "myopic political gains". "These statements seem to be meant to provoke Pakistan to retaliatory action which can then be used to escalate the military situation", it said.

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  • Kerry Says Strikes By Russia, Syria 'Beg For' A War Crimes Investigation
Kerry Says Strikes By Russia, Syria 'Beg For' A War Crimes Investigation

Syrian opposition activists are reporting intense clashes in the northwestern province of Idlib between two of Syria's most powerful insurgent groups. He said Saturday would be a "moment of truth" at the Security Council. There were two absolute demands: a ceasefire incorporating a no-fly zone over Aleppo and access for humanitarian aid.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn Says He Has Mountain To Climb To Win General Election
Jeremy Corbyn Says He Has Mountain To Climb To Win General Election

Jeremy Corbyn admitted his party had a "mountain to climb" to regain power from the Conservatives, as the left-winger delivered the final speech of Labour's annual conference in Liverpool today (28 September). "As someone who has a track record of tackling racism and discrimination, I think in the past year he's had a golden opportunity which he ha...

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  • Shooting near police HQ in Jerusalem wounds 4
Shooting near police HQ in Jerusalem wounds 4

Six other people were wounded in the attack that began at Ammunition Hill. He then drove to the Shimon Hatzaddik station and opened fire, wounding more passersby. He was supposed to turn himself in today and begin a sentence of four months on charges of Ribat (i.e., religious conflict/war over land claimed to be Islamic) at the Al-Aqsa Mosque and h...

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  • Yemen ex-president urges attack on Saudi Arabia after air strike
Yemen ex-president urges attack on Saudi Arabia after air strike

The Pentagon also said that in its discussions with the coalition, it pressed the need to minimize civilian casualties. They also called for swift and impartial investigations into the incident. The Saudi-led bombing campaign has presented difficulties for the United States. Thousands of civilians have been killed since the war broke out in Sep...

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  • German Police Release Two Detained Suspects in Chemnitz
German Police Release Two Detained Suspects in Chemnitz

Three people were arrested in the raid; two were released, but the third, who police believe was involved in the terror plot, remains in custody. Meanwhile, federal prosecutors in the western city of Karlsruhe have taken over the case against Albakr.A police spokesman said the search for Albakr has been extended "beyond the borders of Germany", w...

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  • More Audio Released in Fatal Police Shooting of Black Man
More Audio Released in Fatal Police Shooting of Black Man

After Philmon, a steady stream of speakers railed against city leadership, with many speakers infuriated by delays in the release of police videos of the shooting. The shooting Tuesday afternoon in El Cajon, 15 miles (24 kilometers) east of San Diego, was the latest in a string of killings of black men by police that have fueled outrage across Amer...

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  • Guterres vows to 'serve most vulnerable' as United Nations chief
Guterres vows to 'serve most vulnerable' as United Nations chief

The envoys representing the 15 members of the council, including the five veto-wielding permanent members, decided by acclamation in a closed-door session to send Guterres' name to the General Assembly for final approval. "I know Mr Guterres very well and consider him a superb choice", Ban, who has served as United Nations chief since January 2...

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