• Congress lying about Cambridge Analytica: Shehzad Poonawala
Congress lying about Cambridge Analytica: Shehzad Poonawala

However, the report does not clarify which Indian political party was engaged with the firm. He said , "the Congress party is in the habit of making all false and irresponsible accusations". Mr Ravi Shankar Prasad posed three questions to the Congress: "Will Congress depend on data manipulation and theft to woo voters? Can the Congress den...

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  • Iran Condemns Kabul Terrorist Attack
Iran Condemns Kabul Terrorist Attack

Terrorist group ISIS, which has claimed several previous attacks on Shi'ite targets, claimed responsibility, its Amaq news agency said. IS has attacked the same shrine once before, in October 2016 when gunmen killed 18 people gathered to mark Asyura, an important date for many Muslims.

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  • Former Minnesota officer released on $400K bail in Australian woman's shooting death
Former Minnesota officer released on $400K bail in Australian woman's shooting death

She said they hoped for a swift trial that is "respectful to Justine and her loved ones". A dispatcher says officers should arrive soon. Australian Justine Damond was fatally shot by a policeman in the United States last July. "Australians view it as being particularly tragic", Australian journalist Zoe Daniel said. Hodges names Assistant Chief...

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  • Modi led govt will not win 2019 LS polls: Rahul Gandhi
Modi led govt will not win 2019 LS polls: Rahul Gandhi

He is insulting your parents, poor farmers, laborers and small business men of India ", he said. It had taken years of time, sweat and blood of common people. " Nirav Modi ran away with the money of people of India and chowkidar (Modi) was just watching". "The Prime Minister doesn't understand that there are other leaders in BJP".

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  • Cairo government awaits 'final verdict' in case of Uber and Careem suspension
Cairo government awaits 'final verdict' in case of Uber and Careem suspension

On Tuesday, the Egypt Administrative Court issued a verdict ordering the government to shut down Uber and Careem and close their mobile applications for violating Egyptian law by using normal cars for commercial use without a license. Uber said in 2017 it was committed to Egypt despite challenges presented by economic reforms and record inflation...

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  • Militants killed in Kupwara encounter were foreigners: J&K police
Militants killed in Kupwara encounter were foreigners: J&K police

Later, the operation called off after the search parties and the BDS sanitized the entire area, they said. Army spokesman for 15 Corps colonel Rajesh Kalia said the encounter started on Tuesday 3.30 pm when the area domination team of the Army came under fire from the militants.

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  • Trump slams Iranian government in holiday message
Trump slams Iranian government in holiday message

Trump has asked both Europe and Congress to come up with fixes to the accord including, but not limited to, new sanctions on its ballistic missile program and its "malign" behavior across the Middle East. For years, Iranians have dominated the handmade carpet market in the USA because of the superior quality of Persian rugs. It can be mentioned her...

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  • Mississippi Governor Taps Cindy Hyde-Smith To Replace Thad Cochran
Mississippi Governor Taps Cindy Hyde-Smith To Replace Thad Cochran

A one-time Democrat until switching parties in 2010, Hyde-Smith was elected commissioner of agriculture and commerce by MS voters in November 2011, becoming the state's first woman to ever be elected to a statewide position. The Politico story also said White House officials said President Trump would neither campaign for nor endorse her. But h...

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  • United States government bans Venuzuela Petro transactions
United States government bans Venuzuela Petro transactions

Its extensive investigative report alleges that reporters "found Moscow's fingerprints all over the creation of the petro ", which was launched on the 20th February. Now the only way for the majority of Venezuelans to get around strict currency controls imposed in 2003 is to buy hard currency in the illegal black market.

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  • Missing teen went to Mexico with 45-year-old
Missing teen went to Mexico with 45-year-old

Esterly has a warrant out for his arrest on the charge of interfering with the custody of a child. - Friday: Esterly's wife, Stacey, issues a statement through her attorney, saying she and her husband fought over his relationship with Yu and she pleaded with the teenager to come home .

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  • European Union urged to impose new sanctions against Iran
European Union urged to impose new sanctions against Iran

USA sanctions will resume unless Trump issues new "waivers" to suspend them on May 12. If America pulls out of the agreement then the nuclear deal will be finished, Araqchi said, according to a report published by the Mehr News agency on Saturday.

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  • Europa League odds: Arsenal, Atletico Madrid favourites - but can shock contenders win?
Europa League odds: Arsenal, Atletico Madrid favourites - but can shock contenders win?

Also in the draw which took place on Friday, Spanish side Atletico Madrid were drawn against Sporting Lisbon of Portugal; Germany's RB Leipzig against Marseille , while Ital's Lazio face Salzburg of Austria. It will be Arsenal's first European quarterfinal tie since 2010. The second legs will take place on Thursday, 12 April. CSKA Mos...

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  • Putin eyes fourth term as Russians go to polls
Putin eyes fourth term as Russians go to polls

Ms Sobchak, a 36-year-old former TV star, told reporters in Moscow that the higher the support for Mr Putin in the vote, "the tougher the system" Russians will face in his new term. "The result of the election in Russian Federation did not surprise us any more than the circumstances of this election", Maas told reporters in Brussels before talk...

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  • CEO of chemicals group welcomes Brexit transition agreement
CEO of chemicals group welcomes Brexit transition agreement

The agreement allows for a almost two-year transition period, ending on December 31, 2020. Britain will formally leave the European Union at 11pm on March 29 next year, but will then enter a transition phase during which little will change.

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  • Abbas calls USA ambassador to Israel 'son of a dog'
Abbas calls USA ambassador to Israel 'son of a dog'

He further said that if the "assassination attempt" had succeeded, it would have opened the door for a bloody civil war. "There aren't two sides to the division, rather only one side that is consolidating it and enforces an illegal de facto situation", said Abbas, adding that the outcome of the reconciliation talks is the attempt to assassinate H...

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  • Smelling Of Fear, Trump Lawyers Try To Shield Him From Mueller
Smelling Of Fear, Trump Lawyers Try To Shield Him From Mueller

Zervos said Trump's denials of her accusations amounted to defamation and that being branded a "liar" caused diners to stay away from her restaurant. "Nothing in the Supremacy Clause of the United States Constitution even suggests that the President can not be called to account before a state court for wrongful conduct that bears no relatio...

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  • John Oliver's spoof of VP Pence's bunny book sells out
John Oliver's spoof of VP Pence's bunny book sells out

After which, Oliver revealed that Pence's family is releasing a children's book starring their family pet, Marlon Bundo . Oliver's book, released on Sunday, a day before the Pence family released their book, is described as a "picture book about a Very Special boy bunny who falls in love with another boy bunny".

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  • South Korea military drills to resume despite thaw with nuclear-armed North Korea
South Korea military drills to resume despite thaw with nuclear-armed North Korea

A specific date and location for the meeting, set for sometime in the next couple months, has not yet been finalized. "It was not easy to select songs that are wanted by both sides", Yoon Sang, South Korea's chief delegate to the talks, told a press briefing Tuesday.

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  • Parties gird up their loins for crucial Rajya Sabha polls
Parties gird up their loins for crucial Rajya Sabha polls

He also warned the BJP that his party's four MLAs may not vote for the saffron party candidates in the upcoming Rajya Sabha polls in case the senior ally did not shed its "big brother attitude". He even claimed that his party could have easily influenced not less than 30,000 votes in the Gorakhpur Lok Sabha by-polls and results would have been mu...

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  • Shakib Al Hasan: No point crying over defeat to India
Shakib Al Hasan: No point crying over defeat to India

Later it was revealed that the glass door of the Tigers' dressing was broken and Sri Lankan newspaper The Island has claimed that it was Shakib who broke the dressing room door. But the attendance was also proof that a final will always be a draw for viewers and will give legs to the idea that tri-series are the future of T20 internationals.

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