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Why is India's prime minister playing down the deaths of children?

Why is India's prime minister playing down the deaths of children?

In his speech, issues of empowerment through the Beej Se Bazar Tak Aapke Sath approach of handholding increased irrigation potential, crores of soil health cards, nearly double the coverage of farmers under insurance than earlier, better access to markets, hitherto unseen level of Government procurement of pulses, foreign direct investment in food processing to ensure better storage and supply chains - were covered as part of the Modi Government's lofty goal of doubling farm incomes by 2022. Read More

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Total of 6 officers shot in Florida, Pennsylvania

Total of 6 officers shot in Florida, Pennsylvania

Sources say troopers were serving a warrant when the shooting broke out. Soon afterward, a 911 call came in, saying the officers had been shot, O'Dell said . As they approached the house and attempted to enter one of the doorways, "the suspect began shooting through the door at the officers". The Kissimmee shooting was the first of two attacks on Florida police officers Friday night. Read More

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Korea-US Military Drill to be at Similar Scale to past year

Korea-US Military Drill to be at Similar Scale to past year

Amid the dialogue atmosphere, the combined forces of South Korea and the United States were scheduled to kick off their joint annual war games, codenamed Ulchi Freedom Guardian which would last for 10 days, on Monday. Earlier on Tuesday, North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un has delayed a decision on Guam attack while he waits to see what US does next, and South Korean President Moon Jae-in said Seoul would seek to prevent war by all means. Read More

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5 missing after Army helicopter reported down off coast of Hawaii

5 missing after Army helicopter reported down off coast of Hawaii

The Coast Guard, the Army, the Marine Corps and the Honolulu fire department have marshalled several aircraft and vessels to help out with the search. The two helicopters are with the 25th Combat Aviation Brigade. "And the debris has been found 11:28 p.m". USA army soldiers get ready to land from a Black Hawk helicopter during Suwalki gap defence exercise in Mikyciai, Lithuania, June 17, 2017. Read More

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Minor girl gives birth to a baby girl

Minor girl gives birth to a baby girl

The baby has reportedly been put up for adoption. Both the baby and the mother are doing fine, according to reports. This means she most likely had no idea about her parents' petition for her to have an abortion either. The girl alleged that she had been raped multiple times by her uncle over the past few months. In May, a very similar case appeared before the India Supreme Court. Read More

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Stolen auto suspect perched on Los Angeles harbor crane

Stolen auto suspect perched on Los Angeles harbor crane

Before the fatal fall, Llamas had exhibited freakish behavior while atop the crane tower, at times doing handstands and crunches while continuing to evade police, aerial video showed. Llamas drove through a security gate and into a container terminal at the vast Port of Los Angeles property, circling back and forth under giant loading cranes and next to a docked ship before jumping out of the still-moving SUV and racing up the stairs of the crane. Read More

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Anti-Muslim Australian senator under fire for 'offensive' burqa stunt in parliament

Anti-Muslim Australian senator under fire for 'offensive' burqa stunt in parliament

Senator Hanson delivered her speech to an nearly empty Senate Chamber, with just two Coalition Senators, two ALP Senators, Senator Jacqui Lambie and her three One Nation colleagues present. Hanson has long called for the burqa to be banned in public, saying the central issue is the "right of others to see a face". Hanson decides it's showtime, or perhaps that show time is over, and removes the burqa. Read More

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Blank check offered to woman allegedly assaulted by Grace Mugabe

Blank check offered to woman allegedly assaulted by Grace Mugabe

Authorities said Mrs Mugabe did not attend appointments rescheduled multiple times on the same day to receive a warning and present her side of the story. South African police said on Wednesday that they were in touch with Grace Mugabe's lawyers , but that the case had been delayed from proceeding as the Zimbabwean sought to obtain diplomatic immunity, which would exempt her from prosecution. Read More

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Republican Voters Largely Back Trump for Knocking McConnell

Republican Voters Largely Back Trump for Knocking McConnell

In a post Sunday, Carson said it was "sad watching the political pundits arguing about whether President Trump went far enough in condemning the instigators of the violence in Charlottesville". Voters of the US Republican Party prefer to support their nation's president, Donald Trump , over Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell , who has recently been criticized by Trump over the Senate's failure to replace the Obamacare health care system, a poll issued on Wednesday showed. Read More

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Michael Moore Likens Trump Supporters to Enablers of Rapists

Michael Moore Likens Trump Supporters to Enablers of Rapists

Celebrities including Olivia Wilde , Mark Ruffalo and Michael Moore led a protest against President Donald Trump outside of Trump Tower in NYC on Tuesday, August 15. "You want him impeached?" "People who fight Nazi's and Nazi's and that's it". Trump's news conference in NY to talk about infrastructure turned tense after a questions about his delay in making a statement about the deadly Charlottesville incident this weekend. Read More

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U.S. could launch a preemptive strike against North Korea

U.S. could launch a preemptive strike against North Korea

San Nicolas, delegate general to the coadjutor archbishop. The fact sheet advises people to not scrub or scratch the skin, use soap, shampoo and water but avoid hair conditioner because it binds radioactive material. President Donald Trump hinted the defense system still needs beefing up on Thursday when he told reporters the USA will be spending billions more on them. Read More

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North Korea factories humming with 'Made in China' clothes, traders say

North Korea factories humming with 'Made in China' clothes, traders say

Trump warned on Friday that military solutions are " locked and loaded " should North Korea " act unwisely ". The China Daily said it was unfair for Trump to put the burden on China for dissuading Pyongyang from its actions. The Chinese customs agency said Monday that it will stop processing imports of North Korean coal, iron and lead ores and fish at midnight on September 5. Read More

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Tropical Storm 'Gert' Forms in the Atlantic

Tropical Storm 'Gert' Forms in the Atlantic

The low pressure area off the coast of Florida is now moving north and is given a slight, 10 percent, chance of becoming a tropical cyclone over the next five days. A slow strengthening is expected in the next day or two. Additionally, there is a small area off the coast of Africa with a low chance of development over the next few days. Read More

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Scaramucci to Trump: Go mainstream, lose nonsense

Scaramucci to Trump: Go mainstream, lose nonsense

The former White House communications director's remarks refer to a controversial statement Trump gave Saturday condemning violence "on many sides" - rather than violence from white supremacists and neo-Nazis gathered at the rally. White House National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster wouldn't say whether he could work with chief strategist Steve Bannon Sunday on "Meet The Press", dodging the question three times. Read More

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Philippines prepares for N Korea's Guam missile threat

Philippines prepares for N Korea's Guam missile threat

But residents are increasingly anxious over Washington's escalating war of words with North Korea . "I just want to make sure if anything ever happens they know what to do", he said. Ellsworth's 37th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron deployed to Guam late last month. Aircrews, maintenance and support personnel will continue generating B-1 bomber sorties to demonstrate the continuing USA commitment to stability and security in the region, providing commanders with a strategic power-projection ... Read More

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New US Penalties Against 8 More People Over Venezuela Crisis

New US Penalties Against 8 More People Over Venezuela Crisis

The United States has taken the unusual step of imposing sanctions on a head of state by targeting Maduro with a freeze of any U.S. assets he might have. Now, the commission will operate under the aegis of the new constitutional assembly with its untrammeled powers. "We are Chavistas until death", Maradona wrote on his official Facebook page on Monday night, using a term to refer to supporters of late former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. Read More

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Former Brown Coach Robinson Hired by New York Knicks

Former Brown Coach Robinson Hired by New York Knicks

The Vertical first reported Robinson's hiring. The 55-year-old will reportedly serve as general manager of the team's developmental league in Westchester, in addition to assisting with player development. Although the team's slew of front office changes have ultimately overshadowed the rest of their offseason, the once heralded franchise still has a major decision to make regarding superstar forward Carmelo Anthony, who now remains in limbo. Read More

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Eastern Missouri officer shot and killed during traffic stop

Eastern Missouri officer shot and killed during traffic stop

Fox News reports that McCarthy pleaded guilty in November 2013 to driving without a license in Missouri. "We're not sure if any of those rounds struck the suspect, but Officer Michael was fatally wounded", Lowe said . "[Mr Michael] was heroic right to the end". However, authorities aren't giving up hope of catching Officer Michael's alleged killer. The suspect drove away but crashed and fled. Read More

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White House: Trump 'not discussing' firing Mueller

White House: Trump 'not discussing' firing Mueller

They are said to have questioned witnesses about his dealings with Turkish-American lobbyist Ekim Alptekin, who paid his consulting firm Flynn Intel Group $530,000 during the USA election past year. Mueller's team, investigating whether President Trump's campaign coordinated with Russian Federation to influence last year's election, have questioned witnesses close to the former three-star general about Flynn's work with firms tied to the Turkish government, the New York Times reported. Read More

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Fox News's Eric Bolling Has Been Accused of Sexual Harassment

Fox News's Eric Bolling Has Been Accused of Sexual Harassment

A lawyer for Bolling told the Huffington Post that his client "recalls no such inappropriate communications" and "does not believe he sent any such communications" when asked about the alleged texts. Co-host Eric Bolling attends FOX News " " The Five' at FOX Studios in New York City, Feb. 26, 2014. Especially considering how Bolling slammed Anthony Weiner , a former American congressman for his sexual harassment of a 15-year-old girl. Read More

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Donald Trump defends national security adviser amid criticism from conservatives

Donald Trump defends national security adviser amid criticism from conservatives

Mr Trump had recently pondered a different role for General McMaster. "If they let themselves be distracted, they're not going to have time to do their day jobs", he told BuzzFeed News. "On Wednesday, radio host Laura Ingraham tweeted a months-old article from the New York Times about McMaster's 'break with the administration on Islam, '" the Weekly Standard explained . Read More

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New EU Sanctions Blacklist Russian Deputy Minister

New EU Sanctions Blacklist Russian Deputy Minister

The EU and USA imposed the sanctions in the wake of Russia's annexation of Crimea in March 2014 as the Ukraine crisis deepened after the ouster of a pro-Moscow government. diplomats. "The decision of Brussels to include a number of Russian officials and companies as a retaliatory measure for the alleged illegitimate supply of Siemens gas turbines to Crimea prompts deep regret", the foreign ministry said in a statement. Read More

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