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  • Will deal with only triple talaq due to paucity of time: SC

    Will deal with only triple talaq due to paucity of time: SC

    A five-judge Constitution Bench headed by Chief Justice of India JS Khehar, along with Justices Kurian Joseph, Rohinton Fali Nariman, Uday Umesh Lalit and Abdul Nazeer is hearing the case. However, the apex court said it was keeping these issues open for adjudication in future. The Centre's assertion assumes significance in the backdrop of the remarks of the Supreme Court that for the moment it will only deal with the issue of triple talaq .

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  • Corea del Norte habría lanzado un misil balístico

    El presidente de Estados Unidos Donald Trump llamó a adoptar sanciones más fuertes contra Corea del Norte luego de su último ensayo de misil . "El lanzamiento del misil no representó ningún peligro para la Federación Rusa", señaló el comunicado castrense, el cual agregó que sus sistemas alertaron sobre el lanzamiento a las 23.30 hora local (20.30 GMT).

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  • Senate Expected to Give House Health Care Plan the Cold Shoulder

    Senate Expected to Give House Health Care Plan the Cold Shoulder

    They cited concerns about potential higher costs for older people and those with pre-existing conditions, along with cuts to Medicaid. Several top Republicans in the senate have voiced skepticism of the House plan, which they say places too many costs on older, poorer Americans and would burden some states with high healthcare costs.

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  • USA believes North Korea launched KN-17 missile

    North Korean state media said Monday that the missile Pyongyang test-fired a day earlier is a new weapon, able to carry a heavy nuclear warhead to unprecedented distances - possibly as far as US soil. The initial assessment by USA intelligence is that the missile launched by North Korea was a KN-17, a medium range ballistic missile, according to two US officials.

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  • Fraternity Members Charged for Student's Hazing Death

    Fraternity Members Charged for Student's Hazing Death

    The remaining defendants face arraignment early this week, the district attorney's office said Friday. A ritual investigators said ended with their son falling down flights of stairs several times seriously injuring himself. Drinking by pledges could result in expulsion from the frat, the pledge manual said. A fraternity member testified that the objective of the gauntlet was to "get pledges drunk in a very short amount of time ".

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  • Samsung Z4 launched at INR 5790

    Samsung Z4 launched at INR 5790

    Samsung Z4 sports a 4.5 inch WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) 2.5D Curved Glass Display. The Samsung Z4 comes with a wide range of quick features, which offer fast and easy access to frequently used functions. The Samsung Z4 is an entry level smartphone with a smaller display, of 4.5 inch, compared to current age smartphones that vary from 5 inch to 5.5 inch.

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  • Lalu Prasad Yadav to face trial in fodder scam cases

    Lalu Prasad Yadav to face trial in fodder scam cases

    On November 14, 2014, the high court had upheld the CBI plea to continue proceedings in the trial court against Yadav under two sections, while dropping other charges on the grounds that a person can not be tried twice for the same offense.

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  • Jakarta's Christian governor jailed for blasphemy against Islam

    Jakarta's Christian governor jailed for blasphemy against Islam

    In announcing its decision , the five-judge panel said Gov. Basuki "Ahok" Tjahaja Purnama was "convincingly proven guilty of blasphemy" and ordered his arrest. The sentence went against the recommendation of prosecutors, who asked Ahok be given a suspended jail term. The protests also assumed central focus during the Governor's re-election on April 19, in which Ahok conceded victory to Muslim candidate and former Education Minister Anies Baswedan.

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  • Tusk Calls For 'Moderation' Ahead Of Brexit Talks

    Tusk Calls For 'Moderation' Ahead Of Brexit Talks

    The British prime minister said these acts had been deliberately timed to affect the result of the upcoming general election. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Friday described Brexit as a "tragedy" that had happened partly as a result of the European Union's past mistakes.

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  • China's Xi says Belt and Road needs to reject protectionism

    China has touted what it formally calls the Belt and Road initiative as a new way to boost global development since Xi unveiled the plan in 2013, aiming to expand links between Asia, Africa, Europe and beyond underpinned by billions of dollars in infrastructure investment.

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  • Zona de catástrofe en otras tres comunas de Atacama

    Zona de catástrofe en otras tres comunas de Atacama

    Es por esto que el Gobierno decretó " zona de catástrofe " para la provincia de Chañaral, y las comunas de Copiapó, Tierra Amarilla y Alto del Carmen , en la región de Atacama . En la localidad de Chañaral , cientos de personas debieron dormir a la intemperie el sábado por la noche, tras el paso de las aguas que arrasaron con decenas de casas, maquinarias y vehículos particulares.

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  • AAP spreading 'falsehoods', man who attacked me not from BJP: Kapil Mishra

    He also promised to make a "big disclosure" on Sunday. "I have never seen him this silent". Earlier on Thursday, Mishra visited the Anti-Corruption Branch and recorded his statement in the alleged multi-crore scam. AAP insisted that Ankit Bhardwaj, the man was in police custody, was a office-bearer of the BJP's youth wing. Mishra was suspended from the AAP after his startling allegation that he witnessed Kejriwal accepting Rs 2 crore from fellow minister Satyendra Jain.

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  • Oficio del SII habría permitido al PS evadir $1.400 millones en impuestos

    Oficio del SII habría permitido al PS evadir $1.400 millones en impuestos

    Todo, el mismo que en diciembre del 2002 concluyó que los sobresueldos de ministros, subsecretarios y otras autoridades de la concertación no eran tributables, según Radio Bío-Bío, cursó el oficio que estableció que las ganancias por la venta de acciones, bonos, créditos, depósitos a plazo, letras hipotecarias, quedarían sin el pago de impuestos, ya que se descartó asimilar a un partido político con una empresa .

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  • North Korea and USA

    North Korea and USA

    House shows how seriously Washington is taking the North Korean nuclear issue. On Monday , the US Air Force sent two B-1B Lancer strategic bombers from Guam to the Korean Peninsula, ostensibly to engage in training exercises with South Korean and Japanese military forces.

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  • Google Adds Anti-Phishing Security Just in Time for Major Phishing Attack

    To its credit, Google has already taken major steps to alert users that these phishing emails could be unsafe. An email that alerts you that someone is sharing a Google Doc with you and you can now view that document. It then asks them to "continue in Google Docs", which if the user clicks will grant permission to a bogus third-party app that could possibly access contacts and email, spreading the spam to additional contacts.

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  • Tony, el perro fiel que nunca abandonó a su dueño accidentado

    Tony, el perro fiel que nunca abandonó a su dueño accidentado

    Apoyado con sus patas delanteras y su hocico sobre el pecho del hombre, Tony aguardó a la llegada del auxilio médico "abrazando" a su dueño . Según informó la oficina de Defensa Civil de Bahía Blanca , el trabajador sufrió traumatismo de cráneo leve, por lo que fue trasladado por personal de ambulancia.

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  • Seguirá preso el autor de la masacre de Flores

    Seguirá preso el autor de la masacre de Flores

    No obstante, el proceso está lejos de estar finalizado. Es un beneficio que contempla la Ley de Migraciones por el cual un ciudadano extranjero condenado por un delito cometido en Argentina puede, una vez cumplida la mitad de la pena, ser deportado a su país.

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  • Nuevo misil de Corea del Norte podría alcanzar bases de EU

    El cohete fue lanzado a las 05.27 hora local del domingo (20.27 GMT del sábado) desde la localidad de Kusong, en el noroeste del país, y recorrió entre 700 y 800 kilómetros antes de caer en aguas del mar de Japón , según un comunicado del Estado Mayor Conjunto de Corea del Sur .

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  • Commissioner Quarles praises end of Chinese beef import embargo

    Commissioner Quarles praises end of Chinese beef import embargo

    China is becoming one of the greatest importers of beef in the world. "When the Chinese people taste our high-quality USA beef , there's no doubt in my mind that they'll want more of it". "But that piece is very encouraging to USA beef producers". By day 100, which is July 16, China agreed it would issue guidelines allowing card payment services that are USA owned to start their licensing process in an industry where UnionPay in China has been almost a monopoly.

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  • It's far from case closed on Trump, Russia

    It's far from case closed on Trump, Russia

    Clapper also said Sunday that the President and the White House are wrong to cite Clapper's previous Senate testimony on the questions about alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation as proof that no such collusion exists, emphasizing that no one should portray his comments as "exculpatory" - something Trump has done repeatedly on Twitter.

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  • 'Everybody' has better healthcare than US, Trump says

    The meeting was the first face-to-face encounter between President Trump and Prime Minister Turnbull. This is despite the fact that health care experts from across the political spectrum have said that Trump's health care bill is unworkable and suffers from fatal flaws and could lead to Americans dropping out of the health care market.

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  • Ransomware attack should be wake-up call for governments, says Microsoft

    Ransomware attack should be wake-up call for governments, says Microsoft

    WannaCry was especially successful because it was able to leverage the spy tools which the NSA developed to monitor the computers of suspected terrorists, an exploit which was leaked last month . The ransomware attack has claimed 200,000 victims so far in 150 countries. Previous year an acute-care hospital in Hollywood paid $17,000 in bitcoin to an extortionist who hijacked its computer systems and forced doctors and staff to revert to pen and paper for record-keeping.

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  • Happy Mother's Day: 10 facts

    Happy Mother's Day: 10 facts

    From sleepless nights to the tiring days, she is always there for her children no matter what. How could I possibly let Mother's Day pass without writing something about mothers? Below are some great quotes that will bring a tear of joy in the moments on the occasion of Mother's day .

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  • Korean missile tested Sunday could carry ... 9:23 pm Sun

    Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the United Nations, at the United Nations in NY in April. They're not there yet, but tests like this are the nuts and bolts a successful weapons program needs. But the country has never carried out test flights of those rockets' military versions. U.S. efforts are mostly focusing on threatening foreign businesses that have nominal ties to North Korea, but this seems unlikely to add significant pressure to Pyongyang's government, and seems mostly to be done for ...

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  • Another appeals court to weigh Trump's revised travel ban

    Another appeals court to weigh Trump's revised travel ban

    For the second time in a week, government lawyers tried to persuade a federal appeals court to reinstate President Donald Trump's revised travel ban. The 9th U.S. Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall is telling a three-judge panel of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals that the president has broad authority over immigration.

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  • North Korea Says Launch Was New Type Of Missile, Warns US

    The North has carried out two atomic tests and dozens of missile launches since the beginning of previous year in its quest to develop a missile capable of delivering a nuclear warhead to the continental United States - something President Donald Trump has vowed "won't happen".

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  • Ex-French PM Valls wants to be Macron candidate

    Ex-French PM Valls wants to be Macron candidate

    But there were early words of warning from Brussels on the state of France's finances. But his rival's historic score of 33.9 per cent, or 10.6 million votes, showed it to be a formidable force that has tapped into acute fears over immigration, national identity and globalisation.

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