• Benami: Indian Prime Minister Takes on Real Estate Assets
Benami: Indian Prime Minister Takes on Real Estate Assets

Politician from other parties should know that by now the people know everything. -The Prime Minister said Rs 6600 crore have already been disbursed under OROP and rest will also be disbursed at the earliest. -Thanking the people for extending their support during demonetisationv, PM Modi said that demonetisation was a cleanliness drive. "My Govt...

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  • Four held for gang rape of United States woman sent to judicial custody
Four held for gang rape of United States woman sent to judicial custody

She is hopeful that Delhi Police will do their best so that these people are convicted. Sources say the cops also took the help of a medical team of psychiatrists in the case. The complain was forwarded to Delhi Police by the American Embassy. The accused persons should have been arrested earlier. Senior council Mrityunjay Kumar, who is represe...

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  • Vera Rubin, Who Confirmed Existence Of Dark Matter, Dies At 88
Vera Rubin, Who Confirmed Existence Of Dark Matter, Dies At 88

Rubin's work led to the stunning conclusion that this invisible dark matter constitutes more than 90 percent of the universe. That's a big reason why Rubin's work is so influential in astronomy, says Risa Wechsler, an associate professor of physics at Stanford who studies models of dark matter , what it might be and how it affects the evolutio...

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  • Jet airways flight carrying 161 passengers skids off runway, 15 injured
Jet airways flight carrying 161 passengers skids off runway, 15 injured

Seven injured passengers had already been released, while the others were still being treated for minor injuries, a statement from the company said. Panaji: Passengers of a Jet Airways flight survived a major scare as the flight skidded off the runway at the Dabolim airport in Goa. There were a few passengers who were sent to a nearby local ho...

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  • Syria: US Moves to Arm Rebels with Anti-Aircraft Weapons
Syria: US Moves to Arm Rebels with Anti-Aircraft Weapons

We have confirmed evidence, with pictures, photos and videos ", he said. Turkey sees the majority Kurdish force as a terrorist organization and Turkey has been aiding the Free Syrian army, FSA, as part of Operation Euphrates in Northern Syria.

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  • Watership Down author dies, aged 96
Watership Down author dies, aged 96

It said: "Richard's much-loved family announce with sadness that their dear father, grandfather, and great-grandfather passed away peacefully at 10pm on Christmas Eve". He is survived by daughters, Juliet and Rosamond - to whom Adams first told the story which became Watership Down on a long vehicle ride. The book won the Carnegie Medal and the...

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  • Perpetual Loyal smokes Sydney to Hobart race record
Perpetual Loyal smokes Sydney to Hobart race record

Earlier, Perpetual Loyal was gaining on Wild Oats when disaster struck the eight-time line honours victor, which was forced to retire with a hydraulic ram issue. They are around a dozen boats all on target to go under the current race record. Still, eight-times victor Wild Oats XI remains the boat to catch.

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  • Afghanistan angry over exclusion from security talks
Afghanistan angry over exclusion from security talks

Mostaghni further added that such meetings, even if having good motives, will raise serious questions among the Afghans regarding its objectives. "We have said this earlier also that peace and stability in Afghanistan is in the interest of Pakistan and the entire region".

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  • Sergeant, civilian die as Police College building collapses [GRAPHIC PHOTOS]
Sergeant, civilian die as Police College building collapses [GRAPHIC PHOTOS]

The collapse happened at about 04:00 a.m. (0300 GMT) in the densely populated Ikeja district of the city, an official from the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) said. "Nobody is inside the rubble", said Dolapo Badmus, a spokesman for Lagos state police. "Two people lost their lives". Meanwhile the state commissioner for Police, Fat...

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  • J&K BJP toughens stand on domicile certificates to West Pakistan Refugees
J&K BJP toughens stand on domicile certificates to West Pakistan Refugees

Talking to the media persons, the State President, Kranti Dal Jammu Pritam Sharma said that the West Pakistani Refugees have been living in Jammu and Kashmir since 1947 and they have complete right to get the citizenship right after the lapse of 70 years.

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  • Arsene Wenger: Arsenal boss says he is 'immune to excessive reactions'
Arsene Wenger: Arsenal boss says he is 'immune to excessive reactions'

Wenger - who defended Germany playmaker Mesut Ozil from criticism about his work-rate on Friday - said he had seen many players fail in the Premier League "because they did not have resistance to stress". "In the end we had to be patient against a well-organised West Brom side", Wenger told reporters. The former Stoke manager accepted he could ...

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  • Girl, 10, dies after suffering cardiac arrest on flight
Girl, 10, dies after suffering cardiac arrest on flight

Emergency crews met the aircraft when it landed in Ireland, but the child was pronounced dead by Irish medical authorities after the flight landed. It is believed she was travelling with three adult siblings when she fell ill. The pilot warned air traffic control that a woman on board was being kept alive by passengers performing CPR, and she was...

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  • China restores diplomatic ties with Taiwan's former ally Sao Tome and Principe
China restores diplomatic ties with Taiwan's former ally Sao Tome and Principe

Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his Sao Tome counterpart, Urbino Botelho, signed the agreement in front of a handful of invited reporters at a state guest house in western Beijing. He added saying, Sao Tome is a small, island nation, with very friendly people. The Sao Tome and Principe government promises it will have no official relations with Taiw...

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  • Japan's prime minister to arrive on Oahu for historic visit
Japan's prime minister to arrive on Oahu for historic visit

Abe will certainly be the first Japanese Prime Minister to pay public tribute at the USS Arizona memorial. But just as Mr Obama did not apologise for the U.S. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said the Japanese Foreign Ministry has "confirmed materials" documenting visits by Shigeru Yoshida, Ichiro Hatoyama, and Nobusuke Kishi, who was Shi...

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  • Berlin-attack ties to others under review
Berlin-attack ties to others under review

The nephew had been communicating with Amri about declaring allegiance to so called Islamic State and had also sent him money using a false name. The town near Milan where Amri was killed, Sesto San Giovanni, is home to a sizeable Muslim community and is a departure point for buses to southern Italy, eastern Europe and the Balkans.

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  • George Michael death: Five things you didn't know about the Wham! Singer
George Michael death: Five things you didn't know about the Wham! Singer

Fadi Fawaz , seen here with his partner George Michael in 2012, tweeted that he discovered Christmas morning that the singer had passed away overnight. English singer and songwriter George Michael performing on stage during the Japanese/Australasian leg of his Faith World Tour, February-March 1988.

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  • Trump On Nukes: 'Let It Be An Arms Race'
Trump On Nukes: 'Let It Be An Arms Race'

President-elect Donald Trump on Friday released a letter he received from Russian President Vladimir Putin, wishing Trump success as president and encouraging more U.S. "We have the ability to destroy the planet a thousand times over", said Axelrod, adding that Obama has already proposed modernizing the USA arsenal without expanding it.

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  • Pakistan releases 220 Indian fishermen on Christmas Day
Pakistan releases 220 Indian fishermen on Christmas Day

The freed fishermen were sent to Karachi's Cantt Railway Station from Malir District Jail and will be taken to Lahore via train. Pakistani officials hope the gesture will be reciprocated by India, which has detained scores of Pakistani fishermen.

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  • Egypt arrests Al-Jazeera journalist, channel calls for his 'immediate release'
Egypt arrests Al-Jazeera journalist, channel calls for his 'immediate release'

A news producer for Al Jazeera was arrested while on vacation in Egypt, police reported Saturday. The statement on Sunday claimed that Hussein used several residences to "avoid security monitoring in light of Al Jazeera's unauthorised work in the country and its failure to obtain the needed licences".

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  • Suspect arrested in road rage shooting of 3-year-old Arkansas boy
Suspect arrested in road rage shooting of 3-year-old Arkansas boy

Gary Eugene Holmes, 33, pleaded not guilty on Friday to preliminary charges of capital murder and committing a terroristic act, the Associated Press reports, citing a statement from Little Rock police. The three-year-old was riding in his grandmother's Dodge Charger when she stopped at a stop sign at the intersection of Mabelvale Cut-Off Road a...

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