• Note Ban 'Biggest Scam', 'Money Laundering Exercise', Oppn Attacks Modi Govt
Note Ban 'Biggest Scam', 'Money Laundering Exercise', Oppn Attacks Modi Govt

All the four reasons which the Prime Minister had given have proved to be false, and he inflicted misery upon the people of India , wrecked the country's economy, shaved off 1.5% of India's GDP which was equivalent to 2Lakh 25 thousand crores, the Congress leader said.

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  • Judge Dismisses Some Charges Against PSU Frat Brothers
Judge Dismisses Some Charges Against PSU Frat Brothers

Two of the accused gave up their right to the preliminary hearing including Ed Gilmartin from Scranton. Eight of the former Beta Theta Pi brothers saw those serious charges dismissed. "Justice was served", said Mike Sala, an ophthalmologist from Erie. "You should disregard everything she said!" "She had seven days to make her case".

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  • East Delhi MP assures compensation for deceased's kin in Ghazipur landfill collapse
East Delhi MP assures compensation for deceased's kin in Ghazipur landfill collapse

The two persons who died in the accident include 30-year-old Raj Kumari and 20-year-old Abhishek. The Fire Brigade and National Disaster Response Force teams arrived later and fished out vehicles with the help of cranes. East Delhi mayor Neema Bhagat said the corporation was aware of the DPCC notices and is waiting for land allotment from the DDA f...

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  • Republicans Will Let America Burn While Holding Out for Tax Cuts
Republicans Will Let America Burn While Holding Out for Tax Cuts

Hart. Before Wednesday, you may have forgotten about tax reform given that President Trump's remarks on the Charlottesville white supremacist rally, as well as the first US solar eclipse since 1979, and Hurricane Harvey, overshadowed most other news.

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  • U.S. provides $255 million military aid to Pakistan, with conditions attached
U.S. provides $255 million military aid to Pakistan, with conditions attached

The Trump administration announced to Congress that it has provided Pakistan with $225 million worth of military aid that it can access only under the condition that it does its part in fighting terrorism on its soil. officials. Mattis did not respond to questions on timeline, if any, for Pakistan to take action against terrorists and terrorist g...

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  • Harvey remnants could bring showers to tri-state area Labor Day weekend
Harvey remnants could bring showers to tri-state area Labor Day weekend

STARTING LABOR DAY WEEKEND: Showers increase starting Saturday morning with a gloomy forecast for the first day of Labor Day Weekend . Saturday high temps will likely be in the 60s for many and it's not out of the question some spots don't even get out of the 50s.

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  • Larry Kudlow: Trump's Tax Plan Will Help Working-Class People
Larry Kudlow: Trump's Tax Plan Will Help Working-Class People

He has previously said he wants U.S. business taxes reduced to 15%, in a bid to bring American multinationals back to U.S. soil. "Right now, our tax code is burdensome, incomprehensible, and puts American businesses at a severe disadvantage on the world stage".

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  • Building collapse kills at least 12 after Mumbai flooding
Building collapse kills at least 12 after Mumbai flooding

About 1,200 people have died in the recent floods in India, Nepal and Bangladesh. Officials estimated that up to 40 people could have been caught up in the disaster. It was scheduled to open at 10 a.m., two hours after the building collapsed. Deadly accidents due to failing infrastructure, either new or old, are common in India.

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  • GOP rep: Congress should set limits for Mueller probe in appropriations bills
GOP rep: Congress should set limits for Mueller probe in appropriations bills

Media Matters reports that Fox & Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade declared on Thursday that "six months is enough" time for Mueller to fully investigate the complex web of financial ties that potentially connect Trump and key members of his campaign staff with Russian oligarchs.

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  • Storm damage, flooding shut fifth of U.S. refineries
Storm damage, flooding shut fifth of U.S. refineries

Retail prices have gained more slowly - up 4 cents in the last week to $2.38 a gallon, according to auto club AAA. But gasoline futures, which reflect wholesale prices and eventually trickle down to consumers, have started to spike again.

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  • Majority Says Trump 'Tearing Country Apart'
Majority Says Trump 'Tearing Country Apart'

Voter satisfaction with the country's direction has also taken a noticeable drop compared to five months beforehand. On the issue of his conduct, GOP voters also appear to be taking growing exception with some of Trump's more controversial actions.

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  • Mumbai Rains: Missing doctor confirmed dead as body found at Worli
Mumbai Rains: Missing doctor confirmed dead as body found at Worli

Yesterday, Dr Amarapurkar's colleague, Dr Prashant Kerkar, surgical oncologist from Bombay Hospital, told mid-day, "We had lunch in the hospital cafeteria on Tuesday, after which Dr Amarapurkar said he was leaving for home". Some of us told him to wait till things got better, but may be he thought things were settling down and left. Indian Medica...

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  • North Carolina sends 5 water rescue crews to Texas
North Carolina sends 5 water rescue crews to Texas

A crew of Vermont first responders is traveling to Texas with truckloads of equipment and five boats for an eight-day emergency response mission. "I believe we're ready to face any danger", said FDNY Battalion Chief Jack Flatley, task force leader.

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  • Trump pledges to donate $1 million of 'personal money' to Harvey relief
Trump pledges to donate $1 million of 'personal money' to Harvey relief

Trump's Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert says "no individual human being should worry about their immigration status unless they've committed a crime on top of coming here illegally when it comes to getting food, water and shelter". Rising water chased some people to rooftops or higher ground and overwhelmed rescuers. "He met with a number o...

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  • Trump hopes government shutdown won't be necessary over wall funding
Trump hopes government shutdown won't be necessary over wall funding

Trump's statement that he's willing to shut down the government over border wall funding, shows that the wall will no doubt be among the most debated items in whichever spending measure lawmakers ultimately approve. "They've had it their way", he said. "It may be through a reimbursement". 'Tremendous drugs are pouring into the United States at ...

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  • Iran's Foreign Minister Discredits US Ambassador to the UN
Iran's Foreign Minister Discredits US Ambassador to the UN

US President Donald Trump has called the JCPOA - which was negotiated under his predecessor, Barack Obama - "the worst deal ever" and repeatedly threatened to tear it up. "All information about these sites are classified". The deal's "Access" section lays out a process that begins with an IAEA request and, if the U.N.

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  • Feinstein: Trump 'Can Be a Good President'
Feinstein: Trump 'Can Be a Good President'

Feinstein, 84, who has represented California for nearly 25 years, in an onstage conversation with former East Bay Congresswoman Ellen Tauscher, noted that the president still had time to become a "good" leader if he could "forget his feelings about himself long enough to have the kind of empathy and direction this country needs", she said.

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  • Kathy Castor: It'll be 'colossal error' for Donald Trump to dump DACA
Kathy Castor: It'll be 'colossal error' for Donald Trump to dump DACA

The program , also known as DACA , was formed through executive order by Obama in 2012 and allows for certain people who came to the USA illegally as minors to be protected from immediate deportation. According to Fox News , Trump will end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program - better known as DACA - in its present form. "The ...

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  • Springsteen on Broadway Extended 10 Weeks
Springsteen on Broadway Extended 10 Weeks

In " Springsteen on Broadway ", the musician's first run of solo dates since 2005's "Devils & Dust" tour, the singer is expected to perform songs drawn from all eras of his career, interspersed with readings of his best-selling memoir " Born to Run ".

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  • Harvey Forces National Weather Service To Upgrade Maps
Harvey Forces National Weather Service To Upgrade Maps

While the old scale used 13 colors from light green to dark purple to depict precipitation from 0.1 inch to greater than 15 inches, the new one resets that dark purple color to denote 15-20 inches of rain - and tacks on two more lighter shades of purple to denote 20-30 inches and "greater than 30 inches".

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  • Russian FM hails Kuwaiti mediation in resolving Gulf diplomatic rift
Russian FM hails Kuwaiti mediation in resolving Gulf diplomatic rift

Qatar's foreign minister said Arab states enforcing a blockade of Qatar have shown no signs of being open to negotiations, "Armenpress" reports, citing FARS news agency. Trump made the remarks during a telephonic conversation with Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud on August 30, the White House said in readout of the conversation between the...

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  • President Macron unveils reforms meant to revive French economy
President Macron unveils reforms meant to revive French economy

Parliament now has about five months to decide whether to ratify the changes. President Emmanuel Macron's most daring undertaking, reforming France's almost sacrosanct labor laws, got cheers and jeers as it went public Thursday. Union leaders fear the measures leave workers vulnerable to pressure and bullying by bosses. "We have three columns...

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  • No pet left behind: MA animal shelter headed to Houston
No pet left behind: MA animal shelter headed to Houston

Visit the Seattle Humane Society website for more information on adoption from their shelter. "Animals were supposed to be coming to us from Louisiana but they ended up going somewhere closer", said Sharon Harvey, Cleveland Animal Protective League President and CEO.

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  • United Kingdom and Japan aim for trade deal straight after Brexit
United Kingdom and Japan aim for trade deal straight after Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May sought to reassure Japanese business leaders about Brexit on Thursday, while also joining Japan in calling on China to use its influence to pressure North Korea to halt its nuclear weapons and missile development.

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  • What Is Eid ul-Adha All About?
What Is Eid ul-Adha All About?

Mohammed Saleem Bajwa, society president and a Holyoke physician, noted in a statement. Eid al-Adha, the Islamic festival of sacrifice, is celebrated at the end of the annual pilgrimage of Mecca. Some Muslims will sacrifice a cow, goat or sheep in honour of Eid ul-Adha. The ministry recommends people to proceed with the slaughter ritual in pr...

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  • President Donald Trump Slams US Media Again
President Donald Trump Slams US Media Again

The US President has named Ireland as one of America's global competitors, as he outlined plans for tax reforms . The tax code is 10 million words and is more than six times as long as it was in 1955. "We will endure and we will overcome", he said. "It's time to give the American workers the pay raise that they have been looking for ...

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  • Tropical Storm Irma Upgraded to Category 2 Hurricane
Tropical Storm Irma Upgraded to Category 2 Hurricane

Forecast tracks have Irma moving on a general westerly track, approaching the Caribbean by early next week. - Moving west-northwestward at 12 miles per hour. This means that Irma has developed from a tropical storm to a major hurricane in a little more than a day. When Hurricane Harvey hit the coast of Texas, it was a Category 4 storm with ...

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  • State Department orders Russian Federation to close San Francisco consulate
State Department orders Russian Federation to close San Francisco consulate

Slutsky is quoted by Russian news agencies as saying, "It's a highly unjust step". Washington's plans to block Russia's stake in any Citgo energy sales-and possibly any land the government-owned company has in the United States-is a sign of escalating tensions between the United States and Russian Federation amid US concern that Moscow is trying ...

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  • Around 27400 Rohingya flee into Bangladesh from Myanmar: UN sources
Around 27400 Rohingya flee into Bangladesh from Myanmar: UN sources

Shareholders and other investor organizations delivered a letter to energy giant Chevron Corporation today, asking the company to use its leverage with the Myanmar government to end military violence against its Rohingya population. According to the Prothom Alo newspaper " s website, 10 of the dead are children and seven women, although so far thei...

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  • Benazir case verdict 'disappointing and unacceptable': Bilawal
Benazir case verdict 'disappointing and unacceptable': Bilawal

Khan applied to Pakistan's Supreme Court in a bid to register the name PPP for her own political party. In another tweet, she said that there would be no justice until " Pervez Musharraf answers for his crimes". Aziz and Shahzad were sentenced to 17 years in prison and ordered to pay a fine of Rs 5 lakh each. Rashid A. Rizvi, president of th...

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  • Sheriff: Three Law Enforcement Officers Shot In Sacramento
Sheriff: Three Law Enforcement Officers Shot In Sacramento

Investigators then found the room the suspects had fled from at the Ramada Inn. Several SWAT vehicles from multiple different law enforcement agencies were on scene. The scene in Sacramento remains active and there may be more suspects. The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department says an officer has been shot. "Some of the reasons are that they ...

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  • Mother drowns trying to save toddler during Hurricane Harvey flooding
Mother drowns trying to save toddler during Hurricane Harvey flooding

The pair escaped from the auto but were swept half a mile away into a drainage canal. Morrow said two Beaumont police officers and two fire rescue divers spotted the toddler, who was wearing a small, pink backpack, and pulled the two from the water.

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  • India says border standoff with China to end
India says border standoff with China to end

China ranks first in terms of national comprehensive innovation competitiveness in 2016, followed by Russia, South Africa, Brazil and India, according to the BRICS Innovative Competitiveness Report 2017 released by China Science and Technology Exchange Centre in Beijing .

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  • British princes mark anniversary of Diana's death with low-key tribute
British princes mark anniversary of Diana's death with low-key tribute

Fans of Diana have already begun leaving floral tributes and pictures of the princess at the gates of her former home to mark the two decades since she died. "When you have something so traumatic as the death of your mother when you're 15, it will either make or break you", William said in the "Diana, 7 Days" BBC documentary.

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  • Son of trump will give evidence to the special Committee
Son of trump will give evidence to the special Committee

Just yesterday NBC News reported that Robert Mueller's team is looking into whether President Trump himself attempted to "conceal" the goal of the now-infamous Trump Jr. Trump Jr. released the emails inviting him to the meeting that would offer "very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russian Federation and its government's s...

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