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  • GST: A Landmark Tax Reform

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi had yesterday hailed the passage of the Constitution Amendment Bill on GST by the Rajya Sabha as a "truly historic occasion" and thanked leaders and members of all parties for their support. Noting that industry has been hopeful for this reform for nearly a decade, Aghi said USIBC commends India's political leaders in their commitment towards growing the economy and ensuring predictability and tax certainty for the global investment community.

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  • Trump to try to steady campaign with economic speech

    Trump to try to steady campaign with economic speech

    During Trump's speech, he linked the heroin epidemic - which has touched thousands of people in New Hampshire - to the need for a wall along the country's border with Mexico. Clinton leads Trump, 50% to 42%. The Washington Post pointed out that we are still in the throes of post-convention uncertainty about where the contenders actually stand, though, and that the next opportunity for a real chance will be after the first general election presidential debate, scheduled for September 26.

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  • Earl se degrada a depresión tropical — MÉXICO

    En su alerta por el fenómeno meteorológico, señaló que la alerta amarilla está activa en el norte de Quintana Roo, norte de Campeche , así como en el centro de Tabasco y norte de Chiapas; la verde en Yucatán , occidente de Tabasco y occidente de Chiapas, oriente de Oaxaca y sur de Veracruz .

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  • Tropical Storm Javier forms off Mexico's Pacific coast

    EXTENDED: The front will begin to washout through Tuesday, allowing for temperatures return to seasonable readings and rain chances begin to decrease. Tampa Bay area residents may have to endure a few more waterlogged days, but a storm now over north Florida isn't likely to develop more. That system was located near the southeastern Bahamas on Sunday.

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  • Syrian regime air strikes hit hospitals in Aleppo offensive

    Dozens of air strikes hit rebel-held areas of Aleppo and nearby towns on Thursday, amid mounting allegations of war crimes in the Syrian government's bid to repel a rebel offensive to break the siege on the east of the city. Smoke was seen billowing over the city in the footage, and gunshots were heard. The incident took place close to where Russian Federation said on Monday one of its military helicopters was shot down, killing the five people on board.

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  • Mexicanos en Guatemala podrán tramitar credencial electoral

    Mexicanos en Guatemala podrán tramitar credencial electoral

    La firma del Convenio responde a una demanda de la comunidad mexicana en el exterior, que busca ser partícipe de la vida política de nuestro país. Con ello se cumple con los primeros requisitos para garantizar el derecho al voto desde el extranjero en las elecciones 2017-2018, conforme a las modalidades que determine el Consejo General del INE .

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  • Katie Ledecky sets Olympic record in preliminaries

    Still, she said she was proud of the effort the squad displayed. Ledecky, who now has set a new world record for the event three times , spent time in Atlanta training for the Summer Olympics. "I don't know what to do", she said after recording the second-fastest preliminary time . This was Sjostrom's first Olympic medal, after she finished fourth in the 100 fly at the London Games four years ago, missing out on the bronze by 23-hundredths of a second.

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  • Trump Says He Fears Presidential Election Will Be 'Rigged'

    Trump Says He Fears Presidential Election Will Be 'Rigged'

    He added that he has been hearing "more and more" that the election may not be contested fairly, though he did not elaborate further. He made the shocking claim after first suggesting that the Democrat party had rigged their Presidential candidate election to ensure Hillary Clinton would defeat Bernie Sanders.

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    La "Pikachu parade" reúne en Japón a miles de fans de Pokémon

    Y es que esta aplicación se ha convertido en una locura a nivel mundial, y a Ecuador llegó la semana anterior. Ahora es normal ver en la calle a hombres y mujeres ir por las calles cazando pokémones . Su expansión y popularidad han sido desde entonces incontenibles. No obstante, se reservará el derecho de administrar las listas de comentarios cuando éstos presenten ofensas personales.

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  • Paralympics Ireland welcomes Russian Federation call

    The IPC's decision will naturally again spark questions as to why the IOC set up a path for Russian athletes to compete in the Games when the Paralympic organization found it necessary to take what IOC President Thomas Bach referenced in Rio as the "nuclear option" of a blanket ban.

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  • Hall of Fame inductees honor mentors and old teammates

    Several current packers such as Aaron Rodgers and some former packers teammates such as Ahman Green. Every Packers fan probably has one special Favre moment that they keep replaying in their mind. A seniors committee nominee, Stanfel was considered one of the most technically sound blockers of his day, someone Hall of Famer Mike Ditka called "a hell of a football player".

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  • Alex Rodriguez Announces Retirement From New York Yankees

    The Yankees' own YES Network, the largest regional sports network in the country, is also a possible landing spot if Rodriguez wants TV. That deal runs through December 31, 2017, the team said. I've always watched him even when he was with the Mariners. The athlete described it as a "tough day " at a press conference on Sunday when he revealed that he will retire as a player with his team on Friday - the day of his final game, against the Tampa Bay Rays at Yankee Stadium.

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  • Thailand's military-written draft constitution seems 'approved'

    Voting to accept or reject the draft constitution began at 8am today, at more than 97,000 polling booths nationwide, with Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-chan urging the public for a landslide turnout. That question elicited a less enthusiastic approval - 58 percent "yes" and 42 percent "no". Campaigning and debate on the merits of the draft constitution has been effectively outlawed by the military government, which came to power as a result of a coup in 2014.

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  • Tormenta Earl deja 11 muertos en Puebla y Veracruz — México

    La circulación de la Tormenta Tropical Earl , ubicada al sur del estado de Veracruz , reforzará el aporte de humedad del Pacífico hacia el interior de Guerrero, Oaxaca y Chiapas. Por recomendación de las autoridades, el viernes fue suspendido el encuentro de fútbol de primera división entre Veracruz y América. El último corte de la Secretaría de Protección Civil estatal , reveló que las precipitaciones pluviales de las bandas nubosas provocaron que 26 ríos y arroyos de respuesta ...

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  • Syrian refugee Yusra Mardini wins 100m butterfly heat in Rio Olympics

    Syrian refugee Yusra Mardini wins 100m butterfly heat in Rio Olympics

    She attended Friday's Opening Ceremony, but didn't stay for the end because she wanted to be ready for her race. [Yusra Mardini] and her sister are responsible for helping to save the lives of 20 people, including their own, after jumping off their sinking dinghy into the Aegean Sea and pushing their boat to land.

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  • 70% de los niños comen dos veces al día — Ocariz

    70% de los niños comen dos veces al día — Ocariz

    El opositor también expresó desde la entrevista que el mareo por debilidad y mala alimentación es una de las enfermedades o síntomas con más presencia en el país por detrás del Zika. "Pero además de que hay la posibilidad, los reglamentos establecen que estamos en los tiempos par que el Referendo Revocatorio se realice este año", reiteró.

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  • Algerian 'behind Belgian machete attack'

    The attacker, who had lived in Belgium since 2012, was known to police for common law infractions but had not been suspected of terrorist links, the prosecution statement said. One of the officers was hit in the face with the machete blade and must undergo surgery for non-life threatening injuries. Michel cut short his vacation in the south of France following the Charleroi attack, which had some police unions clamoring for greater protection for police officers and installations.

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  • England v Pakistan: Watch the Story of day five

    England v Pakistan: Watch the Story of day five

    Moeen, who earned the man-of-the-match award for his exploits with the bat, took a tough caught-and-bowled chance to dismiss Sohail and leave Pakistan needing triumph in the fourth Test to avoid a series defeat. Anderson followed Broad in reversing it from the pavilion end, and it was handsome craftsmanship. England's Stuart Broad celebrates the wicket of Pakistan's Asad Shafiq during Second Test cricket match at Old Trafford in England, on Sunday, July 24, 2016.

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  • Bill Bratton Announces Resignation as New York's Top Cop

    Bill Bratton Announces Resignation as New York's Top Cop

    Commissioner Bratton stated that he will try to leave the bus heading in the right direction before he leaves the force next month. Bratton is reportedly leaving for a corporate job. Some critics said the aggressive philosophy eventually gave rise to the "stop-and-frisk" tactic used extensively under Raymond Kelly, who served as commissioner under de Blasio's predecessor, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, from 2002 to 2014.

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  • Olympics: Williams sisters suffer first Games doubles loss

    But things got back on track Sunday when Serena Williams, the top seed and defending gold medalist, easily cruised past the tough Daria Gavrilova in her opening round match. They have never lost an Olympic doubles match - until Sunday. "We had a chance to compete for our country and we did the best that we can". Serena is the defending champion in singles while Venus was the title victor in Sydney 16 years ago.

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  • Batucada abre la ceremonia inaugural de los Juegos Olímpicos

    A la ceremonia de inauguración asistirán alrededor de 50 jefes de Estado, entre ellos el presidente de la Argentina Mauricio Macri, una cifra inferior al casi centenar que acudió a Beijing 2008 y Londres 2012 . "El mensaje que debe quedar es la importancia de la tolerancia". La caldeada política de Brasil llegó a los locales de Starbucks. La ceremonia, de cuatro horas de duración, contará con la presencia de la supermodelo Gisele Bündchen y la icono transgénero Lea T antes del desfile ...

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  • Obama on Iran payment: 'We do not pay ransom'

    The footage also claims that the Obama administration insisted the negotiations over the matter take place in secret and threatened Iranian officials who may have leaked information to the media. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump shakes hands during a campaign rally at Merrill Auditorium, Thursday, Aug. 4, 2016, in Portland, Maine .

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  • United States could have Zika carrying mosquitoes

    United States could have Zika carrying mosquitoes

    Concerns over a virus that causes serious birth defects has been renewed after four new cases were found in Florida, transmitted by a local mosquito carrying Zika. There have now been 12 confirmed cases of babies born with Zika-related microcephaly in America, and more than 400 pregnant woman in the continental US have evidence of Zika infection.

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  • France wins first-ever Olympic rugby sevens match

    With the draw, Australia topped Pool A and moved into a quarterfinal match later Sunday against Spain, the last team to qualify for rugby's return to the Olympics after 92 years , leaving the Americans third in the group but into the quarterfinals as well.

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