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  • Batla House terrorist nabbed after 10 years

    Batla House terrorist nabbed after 10 years

    Pramod Singh Kushwaha, DCP, Special Cell Delhi Police addressed the press meet as informing. Khan was present at Batla House, along with four others, and had managed to give police the slip during the encounter on September 19, 2008 in Delhi's Jamia Nagar, in which two Indian Mujahideen terrorists were killed and as many arrested.

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  • BMW X4 Expands With More Interior Space, Tech

    BMW X4 Expands With More Interior Space, Tech

    The new X4 is almost three inches longer, more than an inch wider, and narrowly lower than the previous X4. Short overhangs and subtle hexagonal wheel arches contribute to the vehicle's athletic look that emphasizes its 50:50 front-to-rear weight distribution.

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  • Morocco Beat Eagles 4-0 to Win CHAN Title

    Morocco Beat Eagles 4-0 to Win CHAN Title

    Morocco coach Jamal Sellami paid tribute to his team after their victory, which was inspired by a brace from striker Ayoub El Kaabi . Zakaria Hadraf put Morocco ahead in the 45th minute. Nigerian Gabriel, who scored the extra-time victor against Angola in the quarter-finals, finished a route-one move by darting through to fire a low shot past Sudan captain Akram Elhadi.

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  • North Korea earned millions flouting sanctions

    North Korea earned millions flouting sanctions

    The confidential report to a U.N. Security Council sanctions committee also referenced information that the reclusive country provided ballistic missile systems to Myanmar. North Korea's economy has been heavily reliant on Beijing-$2.3 million of the $2.83 billion total exports were shipped to China in 2015. Quotas set by the United Nations allow for around 540,000 tonnes of crude oil a year to be delivered to North Korea from China, and over 60,000 tonnes of oil products from Russia, ...

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  • Nicotine in e-cigarettes might cause cancers, mouse study suggests

    Nicotine in e-cigarettes might cause cancers, mouse study suggests

    However, NNAL levels for vapers are still significantly higher than for non-smokers, the team found . Showing the benefits of vaping, and its usefulness in quitting smoking, a study funded by Cancer Research UK found that the blood of e-cigarette users had lower amounts of tobacco-related carcinogens than their tobacco-smoking counterparts.

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  • Investor Catching Stocks: QUALCOMM Incorporated (QCOM), Akamai Technologies, Inc. (AKAM)

    The stock of QUALCOMM Incorporated (NASDAQ:QCOM) earned "Hold" rating by Topeka Capital Markets on Thursday, November 5. During the same period previous year, the firm earned $1.28 earnings per share. The insider ROGERS ALEXANDER H sold 357 shares worth $18,361. Another trade for 43,000 shares valued at $2.81M was sold by GROB MATTHEW S. Qualcomm Inc now has $99.11 billion valuation.

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  • K'taka bandh: Schools, colleges in Ballari to stay shut tomorrow

    K'taka bandh: Schools, colleges in Ballari to stay shut tomorrow

    Shah said within four years, more than 20 activists of BJP and RSS had been killed. What makes Modi's visit crucial is that, with this rally, he will kick start the party's election campaign in the state. The Mahadayi Water Disputes Tribunal, headed by J.N. Panchal, on July 28, 2016 rejected Karnataka's petition for releasing the water, citing various grounds including ecological damage the twin canal projects might cause.

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  • High Court refuses interim relief to disqualified AAP MLAs

    High Court refuses interim relief to disqualified AAP MLAs

    AAP spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj said: "Till now, there is no confirmation on the EC's recommendation. Most unfortunate. This goes against the principles of natural justice", she said. Since then, the BJP has viewed the AAP as a potential threat and was waiting to see the party discredited. BJP will gain significant margin in the seats if the Delhi Bypolls are conducted given the significant importance of this election in the 2019 General Election.

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  • Deadly fire engulfs Delhi firecracker factory

    Deadly fire engulfs Delhi firecracker factory

    The Delhi Fire Services received a call about the fire at the factory around 6.20 pm and 10 fire tenders were rushed to the spot. According to an official, there is a rubber factory on the second storey above the firecracker factory. Several casualties reported. Monitoring the situation. "Have ordered an enquiry", Jain tweeted. Ten women and seven men were killed, another fire official said, noting that a man and woman have been injured.

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  • 5 killed in Boko Haram attack in NE Nigeria

    5 killed in Boko Haram attack in NE Nigeria

    Shekau was also seen, firing a heavy machine gun and making a 13-minute-long sermon in which he said the remaining girls had "understood the folly" of secular education. Despite sporadic attacks, Boko Haram attacks have been significantly reduced recently in the far north of Cameroon. The Nigerian government places escaped Boko Haram captives in programs to reintegrate into society as many, especially children, exhibit signs of brainwashing and can present a threat to their communities.

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  • Hawai'i Sues to Stop Illegal Rollback of Net Neutrality

    Hawai'i Sues to Stop Illegal Rollback of Net Neutrality

    Schneiderman of NY, the attorneys general said the rollback of so-called net neutrality rules were "arbitrary and capricious" and a reversal of a longstanding policy to prevent internet service providers from blocking or charging websites for faster delivery of content to consumers.

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  • Flooding and Ice Jams Possible Friday

    Flooding and Ice Jams Possible Friday

    Skies are expected to generally be clear. At night, there will be a low of around 35 degrees. Friday , widespread, steady rain takes over as temperatures gradually fall from the 50s and 40s into this afternoon with a south wind gusting up to 30 miles per hour.

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  • Millie Bobby Brown cast as Sherlock's sister Enola Holmes in film series

    Millie Bobby Brown cast as Sherlock's sister Enola Holmes in film series

    Deadline broke the story that Legendary Entertainment has signed Brown to star in and produce a new film series based upon Nancy Springer's Enola Holmes novels. After their mother goes missing, Sherlock and Mycroft insist that Enola enroll in a stuffy Victorian boarding school. Springer's books also borrow several characters from Arthur Conan Doyle's original novels, and even have Sherlock himself trying to track Enola down.

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  • We Are Blood in critical need of Type O blood

    We Are Blood in critical need of Type O blood

    While supplies are adequate locally, the Red Cross cancelled more than 150 blood drives in the northeast and eastern United States due to harsh winter weather, said Red Cross spokeswoman Navtividad Lewis. The blood donated helps those undergoing surgeries, in accidents, and cancer patients. 2, the blood center is only projected to receive 53 percent of its normal weekly donations in the coming week.

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  • World Health Organization To Classify Gaming Addiction As A Mental Health Disorder

    World Health Organization To Classify Gaming Addiction As A Mental Health Disorder

    Nonetheless, the recent proposals around gaming disorder from respected bodies such as the World Health Organization and the American Psychiatric Association seem to lock much of the applied research into a confirmatory trajectory. After the WHO released the draft version of the ICD, many took to Twitter criticizing the decision to link playing a lot of video games to a mental health problem.

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  • Ariz. Rep. Franks resigns before Ethics probe

    Ariz. Rep. Franks resigns before Ethics probe

    Republican Rep. Trent Franks of Arizona says he is resigning January 31 amid a House Ethics Committee investigation of possible sexual harassment. Franks explained in his statement that he and his wife have long struggled with infertility. They had twins through a surrogate, but subsequent attempts to have another child by either adoption or another surrogate fell through.

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  • 'Super-Earth' that may host life found

    'Super-Earth' that may host life found

    The astronomical discovery was made by researchers from the University of Texas and Montreal, who saw that a neighboring planet of the K2-18b (K2-18c) might also be a second "supernatural", as they call it due to similarities with our planet.

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