• Passports to be in Both English and Hindi: Sushma Swaraj
Passports to be in Both English and Hindi: Sushma Swaraj

Swaraj also informed that from now onwards, all new passports issued will be in Hindi and in English both. Now, we have given an order to Nashik printing press that passports should be (printed) in Hindi as well. "So you will receive passports in Hindi and English", the Minister reportedly said. After studying passport rules, she realised that so...

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  • Hopes fading in China for 118 still missing day after landslide
Hopes fading in China for 118 still missing day after landslide

Chinese President Xi Jinping called for an all-out rescue effort, while Premier Li Keqiang also "issued instructions" on the rescue work, state media reported. The landslide buried 1.6 kilometers (1 mile) of road and blocked a 2-kilometer (1.2-mile) section of a river. Mao County, or Maoxian, sits on the eastern margin of the Tibetan plateau and ...

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  • Fatal Florida plane crash caught on CCTV
Fatal Florida plane crash caught on CCTV

The plane crashed into a building at Chico's headquarters, where a number of commercial businesses are based, according to Lee County Sheriff's Office. Lee Country Undersheriff Carmine Marceno confirmed no one was inside the building when it was struck, USA media outlets say. Surveillance video from a nearby business sees the plane flipping over ...

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  • Donald Trump: Mexico Wall May Include Solar Panels
Donald Trump: Mexico Wall May Include Solar Panels

During a speech at a rally in Iowa, President #Donald Trump told his supporters about the idea of installing #Solar Panels on the #Mexican Border walls, which he proposed to build, according to the BBC . "All we do is win, win, win!" Mexico's foreign ministry and the office of President Enrique Peña Nieto declined to comment when asked about...

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  • Too hot for planes: Flights cancelled as extreme heat hits Phoenix
Too hot for planes: Flights cancelled as extreme heat hits Phoenix

Smaller jets that generate less thrust , like Bombardier's CRJ regional jets , which have a 118-degree limit at Phoenix's elevation, are more likely to be stuck in the heat. This temperature with excessive heat wave is recorded as the highest in twenty years and more in the region's history, which might be life-threatening for many who don'...

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  • Angry Trump decries being target of Russian Federation probe
Angry Trump decries being target of Russian Federation probe

But Comey's comments were referring to conversations he had with the president before he was sacked, and before Mr. Trump made remarks including that he was thinking of the "made-up" story about ties to Russian Federation when he fired Comey.

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  • Iran missile attack in IS a public demand
Iran missile attack in IS a public demand

The area falls in a part of Syria that was recently identified as a military priority by Damascus , and strategically important for Iran as it seeks to secure a land corridor between forces it backs in Syria and Iraq . Iran said the attack was a warning to terrorists and their backers not to attempt further such attacks on Iran . At l...

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  • Putin Offers Comey Asylum From Political Persecution in Russian Federation
Putin Offers Comey Asylum From Political Persecution in Russian Federation

He continued: "That means he is not the leader of the security services, but a human-rights defender". Russia is now nearly completely self-sufficient in pork and poultry meat as a result of anti-Russian sanctions, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday during his annual " Direct Line " call-in session.

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  • Will Kushner succeed to broker Middle East peace deal?
Will Kushner succeed to broker Middle East peace deal?

Neither Israeli nor US officials would provide details on the discussions and there are no plans for media-shy Kushner to take questions from reporters. The latest round of peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians broke down in 2014, mainly due to the continuing expansion of Jewish settlements.

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  • Varadkar confirmed as Ireland's first gay prime minister
Varadkar confirmed as Ireland's first gay prime minister

He studied medicine at Trinity College, Dublin , and served as a junior doctor before qualifying as a general practitioner in 2010. He completed an internship at the King Edward Memorial Hospital in Mumbai. On Brexit , he wants Northern Ireland, a British province, to remain in the EU's single market and retain access to as many European Union pr...

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  • Sen. Dean Heller Is the First Moderate
Sen. Dean Heller Is the First Moderate "No" on Trumpcare

Heller, on the other hand, had expanded the Medicaid program under the Obamacare and as a result, hundreds of thousands of Nevadans came to heavily depend on it in the last few years. Democrats were hoping to scare off as many Republican votes as possible by planning efforts around the country to criticize the measure. Even President Trump ...

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  • Oil tanker flips and explodes, killing over 100 in Pakistan
Oil tanker flips and explodes, killing over 100 in Pakistan

A further 50 locals were seriously injured in the explosion. According to eyewitnesses, several people were smoking near the place where the fuel was spilled, which could cause a fire. The Victoria Hospital does not has a Burn Unit, media reported. He deployed helicopter of Punjab government to help the victims at the site. Punjab Chief Min...

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  • Scottish leader Sturgeon says will work to keep Conservatives out of power
Scottish leader Sturgeon says will work to keep Conservatives out of power

The SNP leader accused the Tories of putting party ahead of country and said the Scottish government would look to provide the stable government the country needs. Among the biggest surprises on the night was the success of Scottish Labour. But May told the Scottish Daily Mail yesterday: "I have been very clear now is not the time to be talking a...

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  • Democrats Ask 'What's Next?' After Republican Congressional Victories
Democrats Ask 'What's Next?' After Republican Congressional Victories

But after Donald Trump took office and Republicans dove into their agenda of repealing former President Barack Obama's health care law, Democrats' united opposition papered over their divisions and their generational divides. It is not the responsibility of Democrats to come to Trump to work with him. The money numbers suggest why: In the 2016 el...

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  • Mass ACLU: Michelle Carter conviction 'imperils free speech'
Mass ACLU: Michelle Carter conviction 'imperils free speech'

Boardman also said Carter was scared she would get in trouble when she discovered the police had access to Roy's phone. "Miss Carter had reason to know that Mr. Records show a lengthy text message history between Roy and his girlfriend Michelle Carter , in which Carter repeatedly urges him to commit suicide .

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  • United Kingdom accepts EU's timetable for Brexit negotiations
United Kingdom accepts EU's timetable for Brexit negotiations

Outlining its official position last month , the European Union said it needed detailed guarantees so citizens have the same rights to work, pensions, education and healthcare - so they can live "as if Brexit never happened", in the words of one senior official.

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  • Trump Appears to Acknowledge Russia Meddled in Election-but Blames Obama
Trump Appears to Acknowledge Russia Meddled in Election-but Blames Obama

The report also said that former President Barack Obama took modest actions against Russian Federation, which ultimately weren't as big as they should have been because Obama feared it would appear that his administration was trying to manipulate the outcome of the election in favor of Clinton.

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  • Facebook's New Mission Statement Means A Lot To Users
Facebook's New Mission Statement Means A Lot To Users

Hate groups organizing. Liberals and conservatives sealing themselves off in echo chambers. Facebook is enormous. With almost 2 billion monthly users and more than a billion daily users, and $7.8 billion in revenue last month, the social network is not in danger of disappearing anytime soon.

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  • President Trump's Businesses Are Bringing In A Lot Of Money
President Trump's Businesses Are Bringing In A Lot Of Money

To that point, a required foreign lobbying form filed by Saudi Arabia on May 31 shows the kingdom spent $270,000 on lodging and food at the Trump International Hotel between October 2016 and March 2017. Politico notes that some of the income could be from Trump selling his stocks after winning the election, a standard practice for sittin...

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  • Otto Warmbier Wiki: Why was Otto Warmbier in North Korea?
Otto Warmbier Wiki: Why was Otto Warmbier in North Korea?

The 22-year-old was released from North Korea Tuesday and admitted to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, where a rep says he has experienced a " severe neurological injury", reports CNN . Fred Warmbier wore the jacket Otto wore during his coerced confession broadcast all over the world during his conviction previous year. Warmbier...

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  • North Korea denies torturing USA student Otto Warmbier
North Korea denies torturing USA student Otto Warmbier

Warmbier died Monday after his June 13 return to his home state of OH, where doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center treated him. US President Donald Trump has slammed the incarceration and eventual death of 22-year-old Otto Warmbier as "a total disgrace".

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  • North Korea denies torturing U.S. detainee Otto Warmbier
North Korea denies torturing U.S. detainee Otto Warmbier

President Donald Trump on Wednesday said the United States had a "great relationship with China" as he stood beside former Iowa Governor Terry Branstad, the new USA ambassador to Beijing. "And once detained the treatment he received was appalling". China, North Korea's main trading partner, has been accused of not fully enforcing existing Unite...

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  • Film actors joining politics ruined Tamil Nadu: Swamy
Film actors joining politics ruined Tamil Nadu: Swamy

The attack on the actor has been carried prominently on the Rajya Sabha MP's Twitter page for the past two days. Earlier, Gurumurthy had said that Rajinikanth would not join the BJP, as the "party hierarchy was not big enough to accommodate him".

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  • Soccer player Di Maria strikes deal with Spanish prosecutor in tax case
Soccer player Di Maria strikes deal with Spanish prosecutor in tax case

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has released a statement through his agent Jorge Mendes' company Gestifute to stress that he is "in compliance" with all his tax obligations and has not heard anything to the contrary from the Spanish tax authorities.

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  • South Korea conducts missile test with warning to North Korea
South Korea conducts missile test with warning to North Korea

President Moon Jae-In heads to Washington next week to meet Trump for the first time since taking office in May, as tensions soar on the Korean peninsula over Kim Jong-Un's nuclear weapons programme. "We came here to make a contribution to a unified development of taekwondo, the source of our national pride", ITF president Ri Yong Sun said. Tensi...

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  • Fifth Republican senator opposes chamber's health-care bill
Fifth Republican senator opposes chamber's health-care bill

Heller, facing a competitive re-election battle next year, said he was opposing the legislation because of the cuts it would make in Medicaid . Critics, including former President Barack Obama , have called the Republican bills massive transfers of wealth from the poor and sick to the rich.

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  • Supreme Court Rules Denying Offensive Trademarks Violates First Amendment
Supreme Court Rules Denying Offensive Trademarks Violates First Amendment

For years , the Portland, Oregon band had been stymied by a federal law that, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office said, blocks the government from approving trademarks that may "disparage" people. Alito wrote: "For example, if trademarks represent government speech, what does the Government have in mind when it advises Americans to "make.believ...

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  • PM Modi embarks on three-nation tour
PM Modi embarks on three-nation tour

Look forward to welcoming India's PM Modi to @WhiteHouse on Monday. "They may be different systems that we are transferring to Pakistan , but we don't believe they represent a threat to Pakistan", said the White House official. It will be Modi's first meeting with Trump. "It is a great means to generate value and wealth for society", Modi sa...

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  • Senate GOP releases health care bill with deep cuts to Planned Parenthood
Senate GOP releases health care bill with deep cuts to Planned Parenthood

In this video , Suzanne Wertman, a certified nurse midwife at a Planned Parenthood health center in this city, says the controversy in Washington over funding is hard to absorb. Results in reduced access to care for patients who live in areas where Planned Parenthood is the only health care option. Independent polling shows that 70 percent of A...

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  • PM rejects Hanson over autism segregation
PM rejects Hanson over autism segregation

Pauline Hanson's comments on children with autism have been slammed as "ill-informed, simplistic and facile" by former ABC boss Mark Scott who's now the secretary of the NSW education department. Her supporters - like Trump supporters in the U.S. - are less concerned with what she says than what she represents. So perhaps the best way to deal wi...

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  • Residents evacuated as fire breaks out at building in east London
Residents evacuated as fire breaks out at building in east London

According to reports this evening over 50 firefighters in the London district of Bethnal Green are now putting out a fire that has broken out at block flats. It is believed one person was taken to hospital by London Ambulance Service, but their condition is not known. Firefighters from Bethnal Green and surrounding fire stations are attending the...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation officials: Airport attacker tried, but failed, to buy gun in US
Federal Bureau of Investigation officials: Airport attacker tried, but failed, to buy gun in US

Ftouhi, a dual citizen of Canada and Tunisia, stabbed Neville with a large knife after yelling "Allahu akbar", the Arabic phrase for "God is great". In this undated photo released by the FBI, Amor Ftouhi is shown. Gelios confirmed that the person who is now said to be committed an act of the terrorism, he was saying the United States killed thous...

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  • British Parliament targeted in cyber-attack attempt
British Parliament targeted in cyber-attack attempt

The changes were said to have prevented MPs and their staff whose accounts were targeted from accessing their email on mobile devices outside the Parliament premises. In mid-May 2017, the WannaCry virus blocked computers across the world with messages flashing on the screen demanding money to remove the restriction, targeting in particular UK Natio...

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  • Patrick Cooper, 16, Mauled By Black Bear During Mountain Race In Alaska
Patrick Cooper, 16, Mauled By Black Bear During Mountain Race In Alaska

A second fatal bear attack took place in the state a day later 300 miles from where Patrick Cooper lost his life. The rescuers headed for the Global Positioning System coordinates sent from the phone of a teenager, and found there the body of the deceased and the bear that killed him.

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  • Trump Says He Hopes Dems Don't Force Pelosi Out
Trump Says He Hopes Dems Don't Force Pelosi Out

BENNETT: It's a criticism rooted in generational angst about the future of the Democratic Party and its leaders. Meanwhile, Archie Parnell did much better in SC, making it a close race in his loss to Ralph Norman in the Fifth District. Rather, the president said having the California Representative in charge of Democrats is good for the Repu...

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