• NIA arrests 7 Hurriyat leaders accused of funding Kashmir protests
NIA arrests 7 Hurriyat leaders accused of funding Kashmir protests

There are charges of hawala money and terror funding against him. Other arrested persons include Ayaz Akbar , Mehrajuddin Kalwal, Shadid-ul-Islam, Peer Saifullah, Bitta Karate and Nayeem Khan. The arrested Separatist leaders from Srinagar will be brought to the national capital today for further proceedings. The NIA first information rep...

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  • Henry Cavill's mustache has naturally spawned a pretty amusing Superstache meme
Henry Cavill's mustache has naturally spawned a pretty amusing Superstache meme

The film stands crucial to Superman Henry Cavill as the film will reveal how his character will return from the dead and join the League to fight Steppenwolf. Miller is busy filming the sequel to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them . While it perfectly makes sense that a fake mustache would fall off while doing stunts in Mission Impo...

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  • Snapdeal approve flipkart's offer of up to United States dollars 950 million take over
Snapdeal approve flipkart's offer of up to United States dollars 950 million take over

The board of Jasper Infotech, which runs Snapdeal, approved Flipkart's bid of $900 million-$950 million (roughly Rs. 5,791 crores - Rs. 6,113 crores) last week, the sources who were familiar with the matter said. However, Flipkart's plans are yet to clear the important hurdle of getting Snapdeal shareholders on board with the deal. The company ha...

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  • Jaguars give C Linder 5-year extension
Jaguars give C Linder 5-year extension

Ian Rappaport of the NFL Network reports the deal is worth $51 million. "That's what I wanted to do - stay here, and play out my career here". If he remains at center, the deal would make him the highest-paid player at the position. While he has never played a full season - his 15 games played previous year was a career high - he is obviously viewe...

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  • Hamas Must Remain on Terror List, Says EU's Top Court
Hamas Must Remain on Terror List, Says EU's Top Court

The European Union's highest court on Wednesday ruled that Hamas was and remains a terrorist group and therefore should not have been removed from the terrorist blacklist by the EU second-highest court in 2014. Following an appeal by Brussels, the European court of justice said on Wednesday the annulment by the lower court was wrong and must be...

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  • Karnataka, WB, Punjab, Puducherry move SC in favour of Right to Privacy
Karnataka, WB, Punjab, Puducherry move SC in favour of Right to Privacy

Earlier in the day, Attorney General K K Venugopal argued that privacy as a fundamental right was deliberately avoided from Article 21. He also argued that right to life "transcends" right to privacy. While hearing the petitioners, the Supreme Court observed that right to privacy can not be absolute and the state may have powers to put reasonable c...

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  • Amazon 'Very Optimistic' Brexit Won't Impact Hiring in London
Amazon 'Very Optimistic' Brexit Won't Impact Hiring in London

The company will take all 15 storeys and 600,000 sq ft of the Principal Place building to provide room for its London Development Centre to expand from 450 to 900 high-tech employees. The spokesman said that Amazon is "not putting a timeline" on recruitment for these roles, which are not part of its existing 5,000 goal for the year.

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  • Indian monsoon floods kills 16 people
Indian monsoon floods kills 16 people

Those injured would be given Rs 50,000 by the Centre which would be over and above the assistance extended by the state government. So far, at least 83 people have died in monsoon rains since the season began and in the last three days, 10 people have died in floods.

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  • Trump on Twitter (July 25) - Jeff Sessions, Andrew McCabe, Hillary Clinton
Trump on Twitter (July 25) - Jeff Sessions, Andrew McCabe, Hillary Clinton

Earlier, Trump criticized General Prosecutor Jeff Sessions on Twitter for taking a "very weak position" towards former Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton . Ukrainian authorities did not assist any candidate in the 2016 USA presidential election, according to official statement of the Ukrainian embassy in Washington, DC .

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  • Opposition protests against suspension of six MPs from Lok Sabha
Opposition protests against suspension of six MPs from Lok Sabha

Rather than having a good discussion the MPs are behaving like kids. Requesting the Centre to take action on the MPs, Harivansh stated that suspending the ministers will not do; government should take more disciplinary measures. A visibly angry Speaker then suspended them and adjourned Lok Sabha till 2:30 pm. The Lok Sabha was adjourned for the...

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  • Turkish, Egyptian FMs discuss Al-Aqsa crisis on phone
Turkish, Egyptian FMs discuss Al-Aqsa crisis on phone

Israel has installed security cameras near the entrance of Temple Mount in Old Jerusalem , nine days after an attack at the holy site and amid increased tensions in the region. The site is exclusively administered by the Jordanian-controlled, while Israel maintains security control around the perimeter. Israel's security cabinet took the deci...

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  • I have quit the case of 'liar' Arvind Kejriwal: Ram Jethmalani
I have quit the case of 'liar' Arvind Kejriwal: Ram Jethmalani

Jaitley, in the second civil defamation suit against Kejriwal, claimed the objectionable words caused him "permanent harm and disrepute". "With due respect it is submitted that neither Kejriwal nor the counsel briefing the senior counsel Jethmalani gave instructions to the senior counsel to use the objectionable words on May 17, 2017", Kejriwal...

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  • No evidence of killing of 39 Indians: Sushma Swaraj
No evidence of killing of 39 Indians: Sushma Swaraj

Swaraj had met relatives of the missing Indians last week and told them the 39 Indians might be imprisoned in the Badush region of northwest Mosul. When the Opposition in the Lok Sabha asked why she was not declaring the missing Indians dead, Swaraj said it was a sin to assume someone was dead without proof.

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  • Cancer-stricken McCain makes plea on Senate floor
Cancer-stricken McCain makes plea on Senate floor

They will give you shifty eyes ". After the vote, McCain railed against the bill as being crafted outside of regular order and rammed through, chiding his colleagues to "stop listening to the bombastic loudmouths on the radio and television and internet - they don't want anything done for the public good".

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  • Debate begins on health bill after 51-50 Senate vote
Debate begins on health bill after 51-50 Senate vote

President Donald J. Trump unloaded on both Republicans and Democrats Monday. Trump says on Twitter Tuesday morning that Obamacare is "torturing" Americans. With that, Senate Republicans have taken the first step in what will likely be a marathon effort to reform health care by voting to proceed with repealing Obamacare .

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  • Mexico economy minister eyes multiple rounds of NAFTA talks
Mexico economy minister eyes multiple rounds of NAFTA talks

NCGA President Wesley Spurlock thanked the Ambassador for his remarks and echoed the importance of NAFTA to USA corn farmers. "In addition, during the summer of next year, Mexico will hold its presidential elections, and one of the candidates who are well placed is a candidate to be relatively anti-American", launched the secretary of Commerce Do...

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  • European Union warns United States over 'unintended consequences' of fresh anti-Russia sanctions
European Union warns United States over 'unintended consequences' of fresh anti-Russia sanctions

It means getting rid of sanctions will become much harder, and the power to reverse the sanctions effectively moves from the hands of the president to Congress. The Nord Stream 2 project, a joint venture of Russia's Gazprom with France's Engie, Austria's OMV AG, Royal Dutch Shell, Germany's Uniper and Wintershall, presumes the construction of t...

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  • McCain Returning to the Senate Today
McCain Returning to the Senate Today

Adding to the suspense of Tuesday is the fact that leaders have yet to lay out exactly what will come next after members vote to begin debate on their health care bill. The surgeons opened a small piece of bone, removed the clot, and found an associated brain tumor - called a glioblastoma - which had originated in the brain.

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  • Man accused of smuggling king cobra snakes in potato chip cans
Man accused of smuggling king cobra snakes in potato chip cans

Each cobra was smuggled inside its own potato chip container, which were found in a parcel sent from Hong Kong, officials said. In addition to the three snakes, officials said the package being sent through the United States Postal Service contained three albino Chinese soft-shelled turtles.

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  • Jared Kushner finally speaks -- no collusion with Russian Federation
Jared Kushner finally speaks -- no collusion with Russian Federation

Kushner's testimony Tuesday is behind closed doors. "Nothing else occurred. I did not suggest a 'secret back channel .' I did not suggest an ongoing secret form of communication for then or for when the administration took office", Kushner said.

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  • Senate GOP Secures Votes To Open Debate On Health Care
Senate GOP Secures Votes To Open Debate On Health Care

In clearing that hurdle, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell avoided a massive embarrassment and President Donald Trump avoided a stunning rebuke from his own party. "We can't simply walk away from trying to fix this product because right now, it's not sustainable", added Rounds. John Cornyn of Texas, the man in charge of counting votes fo...

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  • Railway Passenger Gets Veg Biryani Topped With Dead Lizard
Railway Passenger Gets Veg Biryani Topped With Dead Lizard

A check-up was done in Danapur Division&he was given medicine. According to the passenger, he had ordered the food in Mokama and found lizard in his meal. "It is a very unfortunate incident". He also said that the action will be taken only after detailed investigation. During its survey, the CAG found unpurified water straight from the tap bein...

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  • Pharmacologists Ask US Supreme Court To Block Ohio Execution
Pharmacologists Ask US Supreme Court To Block Ohio Execution

A federal appeals court ruling last month endorsed a new drug combination to be used in OH, reinstating executions in the Midwestern state and paving the way for Phillips's death sentence to be carried out. Federal Magistrate Judge Michael Merz of OH pointed to multiple other state executions in which the drug insufficiently sedated inmates, li...

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  • Widow of slain NYPD detective gives birth to their daughter
Widow of slain NYPD detective gives birth to their daughter

Pei Xia Chen , who goes by Sanny Liu, gave birth to the baby girl , named Angelina , on Tuesday, according to the NYPD. Chen had only been married to Liu for three months, when he and his partner were gunned down at close range in their patrol vehicle December 20, 2014.

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  • Trump calls Attorney General Sessions 'beleaguered' in tweet
Trump calls Attorney General Sessions 'beleaguered' in tweet

He later said the meetings had nothing to do with the Trump campaign. On that topic, another tweet from the president was more specific: "If Republicans don't Repeal and Replace the disastrous ObamaCare, the repercussions will be far greater than any of them understand!" Trump's tweet wasn't clear about why he was upset.

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  • HPD Chief Art Acevedo heads to Austin to oppose 'bathroom bill'
HPD Chief Art Acevedo heads to Austin to oppose 'bathroom bill'

The annexation and tree measures are among 20 must-pass bills designated by Gov. Greg Abbott for a special legislative session that started last Tuesday. "I asked my department to go through the record". But she said SB 17 gives legislators another shot and that "better outcomes will lead to better health in women".

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  • U.S. to vote on Russian Federation sanctions
U.S. to vote on Russian Federation sanctions

At the end of December 2016, after receiving intelligence information that Russian President Vladimir Putin meddled in the US elections through hacking attacks, then US President Barack Obama imposed sanctions against Russia's intelligence apparatus.

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  • Trump's son in-law denies collusion with Russian officials
Trump's son in-law denies collusion with Russian officials

The meeting was described to Donald Trump Jr.as part of a Russian government effort to aid the Trump campaign . JARED KUSHNER: Donald Trump had a better message and ran a smarter campaign and that is why he won. US President Donald Trump has praised his son-in-law's denial of links with Russian Federation, as he also ratcheted up...

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  • Senate committee subpoenas former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort
Senate committee subpoenas former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort

The President is obsessed with the Russian Federation scandal, and when news was breaking nearly daily about Mike Flynn, Trump would fire off a barrage of progressively more unhinged tweets. The Senate Judiciary Committee's subpoena summoning Mr Manafort to appear on Wednesday local time was a sign lawmakers are willing to push hard as they pro...

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  • Despite protest from Senate women, GOP advances devastating bill for women's health
Despite protest from Senate women, GOP advances devastating bill for women's health

Conference of Catholic Bishops' Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development, said the health care reform proposals now under consideration would "harm millions of struggling Americans by leaving too many at risk of losing adequate health coverage and continue to exclude too many people, including immigrants".

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  • Trump's Ex-Campaign Chair Paul Manafort is Going to Snitch
Trump's Ex-Campaign Chair Paul Manafort is Going to Snitch

He also said he "absolutely" wants another testimony from U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, after a Washington Post report said Sessions had held yet another undisclosed meeting with a Russian ambassador during the campaign past year.

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  • Trump tweets new broadside at Sessions, piling pressure on him to quit
Trump tweets new broadside at Sessions, piling pressure on him to quit

John Cornyn, R-Texas, called Sessions "a good and honorable man" and said the decision to recuse was "the right thing" to do "in order to maintain the impression of impartiality". If Sessions departs, several scenarios could unfold. But that frustration certainly hasn't gone away. House Speaker Paul Ryan, asked by reporters Tuesday if he was conc...

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  • Trump's Boy Scouts Speech Didn't Seem Geared To The Scouts
Trump's Boy Scouts Speech Didn't Seem Geared To The Scouts

New York Times correspondent Binyamin Appelbaum has also weighed in, claiming that what Trump did was "against the rules" as political leaders are forbidden to endorse their party at flag ceremonies. "It is a long-standing custom to invite the USA president to the National Jamboree". "It just gave me the creeps", McLaughlin, 75, who served under ...

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  • California lawmakers extend cap and trade
California lawmakers extend cap and trade

State Senate Leader Kevin de Leon praised the California Republicans who supported the cap-and-trade program, and also took a dig at D.C. "This landmark journey began past year with the passage of SB 32 and AB 197; where we were successful in shifting the global warming dialogue from polar bears and melting ice caps to focus on the severe public ...

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  • Israel removes metal detectors from holy site entrance
Israel removes metal detectors from holy site entrance

A statement from Netanyahu's office on Tuesday said that the security cabinet accepted "the recommendation of all the security bodies to change the inspection with metal detectors to a security inspection based on advanced technologies and other means".

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