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  • Supreme Court to deliver verdict on women entering Kerala's Sabarimala temple today

    Supreme Court to deliver verdict on women entering Kerala's Sabarimala temple today

    The Kerala Government has already informed the court that it favours the entry of women of any age into Sabarimala temple . Commenting on matter, an activist said that since last couple of months, we have seen that the Supreme Court is bringing out several progressive and landmark judgments; we are hoping that ruling on entry of women in Sabarimala would be positive.

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  • State Department Expels 15 Cuban Diplomats

    State Department Expels 15 Cuban Diplomats

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States expelled 15 of Cuba's diplomats Tuesday to protest its failure to protect Americans from unexplained attacks in Havana, plunging diplomatic ties between the countries to levels unseen in years. An official said that the new victim had experienced health problems in January but only now has a determination been made that they were connected to the other health incidents.

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  • Forbes Values Bears At $2.85 Billion

    Forbes Values Bears At $2.85 Billion

    Here's a look at the list of the NFL's most valuable franchises . The Dallas Cowboys' worth has risen to $4.8billion, making them the NFL's most valuable franchise for the 11th straight year, according to Forbes' annual rankings released on Monday.

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  • Watford 0-6 Manchester City

    Eleven against 10 was much better but sometimes it's not easy to play 11 against 10, and we did it so well. The hosts have a long injury-list, and they will be missing the likes of Mauro Zarate, Kiko Femenia, Younes Kaboul , Craig Cathcart , Sebastian Prodl and Roberto Pereyra .

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  • Rohingyas, infra on PM's agenda for talks with Suu

    Rohingyas, infra on PM's agenda for talks with Suu

    Modi also lauded Suu Kyi for her leadership in the Myanmar peace process and said India fully understood the challenges she was faced with. Modi's first bilateral visit here comes at a time when the Myanmarese government led by Nobel laureate Suu Kyi is facing worldwide pressure over the 125,000 Rohingya Muslims that have poured into Bangladesh in just two weeks after Myanmar's military launched a crackdown in the Rakhine state.

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  • Nigeria Crush Cameroon in World Cup Qualifier

    Nigeria Crush Cameroon in World Cup Qualifier

    Speaking in a post-match press conference after Nigeria win, Rohr said: " Let us not forget that it is not finish yet because we have only nine points ". Perhaps, substitute Iheanacho failed to read the script that the Eagles were playing the African champions, and made a decision to head the fourth from a sublime Ogenyi Onazi pull -out with 13 minutes left.

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  • Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss Still 'Good Friends,' Despite Music Video Snub

    Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss Still 'Good Friends,' Despite Music Video Snub

    But then again, she tends to begin each new album campaign with a curveball track, so I'll be judging whether the old Taylor is "dead" or not after her next song is released. Why?" Judging by the current relationship status of the duo, it is hard to gulp down the fact that reality star was an avid listener of Taylor Swift songs and considered herself as her number one fan.

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  • Parma resident confirmed to have West Nile virus

    Parma resident confirmed to have West Nile virus

    The best way for people to protect themselves against West Nile is to minimize their risk of mosquito bites by doing things like wearing light-coloured clothing and long-sleeved shirts, and using mosquito repellents containing DEET or icaridin.

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  • U.S. will take 'prudent defensive measures' against N.Korea threat -envoy

    U.S. will take 'prudent defensive measures' against N.Korea threat -envoy

    Even North Korea's ally China supported the sanctions as did Russian Federation. Wang made the remarks while meeting his DPRK counterpart Ri Yong-ho on the sidelines of a series of ASEAN foreign ministers' meetings in the Philippines. "We hope the parties concerned will immediately take effective action to prevent the situation from further escalating, create conditions for the resumption of talks and exert efforts to bring back at an early date the nuclear issue of the peninsula to the ...

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  • The Charlie Gard case shows why parents' authority shouldn't be absolute

    The Charlie Gard case shows why parents' authority shouldn't be absolute

    But doctors caring for Charlie at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London say it is not practical to provide life-support treatment to Charlie at the couple's home for days. It said: "Please only email if you can help us!" If an agreement can not be reached, Charlie will be taken to a hospice where they will remove him from life-support.

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  • 'Jagga Jasoos' collects over Rs 30 crore in opening weekend

    'Jagga Jasoos' collects over Rs 30 crore in opening weekend

    How would they promote the film without the lead pair's collective support? Notwithstanding, the film has collected positive input from all around the corner especially from kids. In the film, Katrina features as a journalist, Shruti Sengupta, who helps Jagga in finding in father's whereabouts. From the critics to the public, everyone had praised Ranbir's performance from day one and looks like that trend continues...

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  • Jaguar aims for 2018 SUV dominance with launch of E-Pace

    Jaguar aims for 2018 SUV dominance with launch of E-Pace

    Demonstrating the agility of Jaguar's newest SUV, the feat was the final test for the E-PACE after 25 months of work across four continents to ensure extreme durability for the new 4x4. However, the E-Pace will be the cheapest of the trio, with prices starting under £30,000. The grab handle that wraps around the centre console, to the steering wheel, to the pistol-grip automatic gear shifter all resembles the F-Type cabin.

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  • Blood donations needed as supplies dwindle during summer

    Blood donations needed as supplies dwindle during summer

    The donor drop-off comes at a time when demand actually increases since summer sees and increase of accidents and traumas. The current O-negative blood supply sits at approximately two-days on hand, which is only about half of the ideal quantity needed to support local patients.

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  • Qatar hands response on Arab states' demands to Kuwait

    Qatar hands response on Arab states' demands to Kuwait

    The countries have said they will impose further sanctions against Qatar if it does not comply with their list of 13 demands presented to Doha by Kuwait . Another requirement is that Qatar end support for political dissidents in the four countries making the demands. Meanwhile, President Trump "spoke with Qatar's emir, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, as well as King Salman of Saudi Arabia and Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the crown prince of the Emirati capital, Abu Dhabi ", ...

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  • Budget-Funding 'Head Count' Scheduled Today In Illinois House

    Budget-Funding 'Head Count' Scheduled Today In Illinois House

    Saturday marked the third consecutive fiscal year IL has begun without an annual budget in place, and the state has already accumulated a $6.2 billion deficit and $14.7 billion in past-due bills. In a surprise development, House Republicans rose to back a key vote on the spending plan. Cardenas said the lack of a budget affects the state's roads and traffic lights, because there's no money to fix them.

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  • Federal judge considers fate of Texas 'sanctuary cities' law

    Federal judge considers fate of Texas 'sanctuary cities' law

    On Friday, attorneys for the U.S. Department of Justice filed a statement of interest in the federal court case. "We are united in trying to seek a preliminary injunction on a law that would divide our community, divide communities throughout the state of Texas", San Antonio's newly elected mayor Ron Nirenberg said.

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  • Rise of Car Crashes in States Where Marijuana is Legal

    A recent study done by the Highway Loss Institute shows a 3 percent increase in crashes in Oregon, Colorado and Washington, where recreational marijuana is legal. "We'll continue to monitor these states and add additional states to the analysis". The research examined crash data in three of the first states to make pot legal.

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  • Relay For Life celebrates life

    Relay For Life celebrates life

    Bonnie Jones, chairperson of the Bark for Life. Funds raised help the American Cancer Society provide free information and support for people facing the disease today, and fund cancer research that will help protect future generations. Since its formation in 1995, the event had been held at the Greeneville Middle School Track. At dusk, the bags became aglow thanks to battery-powered candles and glow sticks that were placed inside them by event volunteers.

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