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  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi Concerned Over Condition Of Indian Rivers

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi Concerned Over Condition Of Indian Rivers

    The "Namami Devi Narmada Seva Yatra", which concluded on Monday, was launched on December 11 past year from Amarkantak, covering 3,344km, traversing over 1,104 villages and towns. He termed the document presented by the Madhya Pradesh Government to save Narmada as "futuristic with several learnings". Referring to 2022, when India will complete 75 years of Independence, the prime minister called upon the people to work towards taking the country to new heights by then.

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  • Disabled voter confronts UK Prime Minister Theresa May about benefit cuts

    Disabled voter confronts UK Prime Minister Theresa May about benefit cuts

    Because I've got mild learning disabilities and I haven't got a carer at the moment and I'm angry and I would like somebody to help me because I can't do everything I want to do. "I can't live on 100 pounds a month". "We are going to do a number of things", said May, who has promised to make Britain work for all citizens, before the voter interrupted her.

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  • Park board approves bylaw banning whales, dolphins at Vancouver Aquarium

    Officials with the Vancouver Aquarium say if Vancouver Park Board commissioners vote on Monday, May 15, 2017, to prevent the facility from housing even injured or endangered whales, it will mean job losses. "This particular decision relates to whether or not we can help wild animals and perhaps alleviate a little bit of suffering or injury and hopefully return them back to the wild." she said.

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  • Guterres condena la nueva prueba de misiles de Corea del Norte

    En este sentido, los países del Consejo se comprometieron hoy a implementar en su totalidad esos castigos y a animar al resto de Estados a hacer lo mismo. Krásov destacó que la seguridad del lejano oriente ruso está garantizada, pero reconoció que la situación en la península es "tensa". Se trata del segundo lanzamiento de un misil en cerca de dos semanas y del primero desde que Moon Jae-In llegó al poder.

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  • 2 killed in Teterboro Airport crash

    Teterboro Airport said in a statement it "has been closed and flight operations ceased following the crash of a Learjet on final approach to the airport". At 3 p.m., winds were reportedly gusting as high as 39 miles per hour. It handles general aviation and charter flights, according to the Port Authority of NY and New Jersey.

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  • Nawaz Sharif arrives in China to attend Belt and Road Forum

    The labourers slain in Gwadar were working on a road project linked with CPEC. To provide more funding for Belt and Road cooperation, China will also encourage financial institutions to conduct overseas yuan fund business with an estimated amount of about 300 billion yuan, Xi said .

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  • Brokers Change Their Target Price On Cypress Energy Partners LP (NYSE:CELP)

    Brokers Change Their Target Price On Cypress Energy Partners LP (NYSE:CELP)

    Alpha One ranks coverage of publicly-traded companies on a scale of negative one to one, with scores closest to one being the most favorable. Massachusetts Serv Ma has invested 0.06% in Energy Transfer Partners LP (NYSE:ETP). Price targets reflect what the analyst believes a stock will be worth four quarters into the future. The Company's segments include Investment in ETP, including the consolidated operations of ETP; Investment in Sunoco LP, including the consolidated operations of Sunoco ...

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  • NBC's Bob Greenblatt On Extending 'Will & Grace' Revival: It's Possible

    The two will be joined by Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes as Karen Walker and Jack McFarland, respectively. Recently, NBC chairman Bob Greenblatt discussed he hopes for the future of the TV series revival, Deadline reports. What can NBC do for an encore after delivering " This Is Us ", the most-discussed new series last season? Grace is a little hesitant to sign on for the revival.

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  • Ivory Coast soldiers begin receiving bonuses - mutiny spokesman

    Ivory Coast soldiers begin receiving bonuses - mutiny spokesman

    While the Ivory Coast government claims a deal has been reached with mutinous soldiers involved in a four-day revolt over unpaid bonuses, the mutineers beg to differ. Ivory Coast is the world's largest producer of cocoa and London futures climbed to a five-week high on Monday due to the unrest. Bruno Kone, a spokesman for the government, didn't answer calls seeking comment.

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  • New horses among Preakness challenges facing Always Dreaming

    New horses among Preakness challenges facing Always Dreaming

    Always Dreaming continues his pursuit of horse racing's elusive Triple Crown this Saturday with the running of the 2017 Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Track in Baltimore, Md. The draw will be streamed on Facebook Live and at Preakness.com. Now that Always Dreaming has given him a second Derby victory, it seems Pletcher is having his moment.

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  • Police warn: If you're hit by cyberattack, don't pay the ransom

    The UK is one of the worst-affected countries to be hit by Wannacry, which also attacked Germany's rail network Deutsche Bahn, Spanish telecommunications operator Telefonica, US logistics giant FedEx and Russia's interior ministry. The hackers remain undetected but are believed to have so far gathered $42,000 in ransom payments from about 110 victims. "Which we will", she said.

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  • Trump targeting IRS rule on churches

    Trump targeting IRS rule on churches

    Dr. Jerry Young, a pastor and President of the National Baptist Convention, says he doesn't endorse candidates. Since he can not repeal the law without congressional legislation, Mr Trump is directing the IRS to "exercise maximum enforcement discretion to alleviate the burden of the Johnson Amendment ".

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  • Authorities: Jet Crashes At Airport Near New York City, 2 Dead

    Two crewmembers are dead after a small plane crashed Monday afternoon in an industrial area in the northern New Jersey town of Carlstadt, police say. The flight departed from Philadelphia International Airport and the FAA is on the way to the scene. It sits in a densely populated residential and industrial area just north of MetLife Stadium, where the NFL's New York Jets and New York Giants play.

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  • US institutions "under assault': Ex National Intelligence head"

    United States President Donald Trump has denied allegations of any type of collusion between his campaign officials and Russian operatives. During an appearance with CNN's Jake Tapper, he warned American institutions are under siege. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Sunday that the Senate should refuse to confirm a new Federal Bureau of Investigation director until the Department of Justice appoints a special prosecutor to lead a probe into allegations of collusion between the Trump ...

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  • Penn State frat brother 'didn't know what to do' about unconscious pledge

    Penn State frat brother 'didn't know what to do' about unconscious pledge

    He was suffering from head injuries and internal bleeding. Prosecutors say he suffered fatal injuries. In addition to involuntary manslaughter and other charges, chapter President Brendan Young and Vice President Daniel Casey now face 50 counts of hazing and reckless endangerment, stemming from hazing activities that date to spring 2016.

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  • Twenty migrants died in Mediterranean on Saturday: survivors to UN

    Twenty migrants died in Mediterranean on Saturday: survivors to UN

    It called for the setting up of "an EU Mission at the border between Libya and Niger as soon as possible". In the letter, the interior ministers, Marco Minniti and Thomas de Maziere, asked for a greater European Union commitment to help stabilize the roughly 5,000 km (3,100 mile)-long border, which Libya has long struggled to control, the source said.

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  • Sacked AAP Minister Kapil Mishra ends hunger strike

    Sacked AAP Minister Kapil Mishra ends hunger strike

    In response, the sacked AAP minister said that Sunita Kejriwal is unaware of the conspiracies being hatched at her own home. Branding Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal as "Mr Corrupt", the BJP today demanded his resignation after sacked minister Kapil Mishra alleged "massive" financial irregularities in the AAP's funding.

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  • Scarborough sunk boat crew make contact after search

    Scarborough sunk boat crew make contact after search

    The Maritime and Coastguard Agency said: "We always advise anyone who finds themselves in trouble at sea or at the coast calls 999 and ask for the Coastguard". "We just need to know that you are safe". The search operation was launched less than a year after the skipper of Don't Panic was rescued after issuing an SOS to a lifeboat crew with his mobile phone.

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  • Jefferson Davis Statue Loses Battle of New Orleans

    Jefferson Davis Statue Loses Battle of New Orleans

    Small groups of pro-monument protesters have maintained a constant vigil at the statue since April 24, when the city took down the monument to the Battle of Liberty Place at the end of Iberville Street. The term " Jefferson Davis " was also the top-trending term across the USA on Thursday morning. Other cities' plans to remove monuments, including those in Memphis, Tenn.

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  • China's Xi confident in the future of new "Silk Road" effort

    Aziz, a banker-turned-politician, explained the economic rationale behind massive Belt and Road projects. "In a world of growing interdependence... no country can tackle the challenges or solve the world's problems on its own". "It is our hope that through the "Belt and Road" development, we will unleash new forces for global economic growth", Xi told reporters at a conference center in the hills north of the Chinese capital.

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  • Ensayo balístico de Norcorea amenaza paz y seguridad, advierte ONU

    Ensayo balístico de Norcorea amenaza paz y seguridad, advierte ONU

    La declaración adoptada por unanimidad subraya que son demasiado preocupantes las provocaciones y los ensayos de misiles balísticos de Corea del Norte que violan las resoluciones del CSNU. Las relaciones entre China y Corea del Norte se han enfriado en los últimos meses, y el test del misil, que fue la portada de diarios de todo el mundo, podría agravar la indisposición mutua.

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  • Why North Korea's latest missile test is a huge step forward

    North Korea is under multiple sets of United Nations sanctions over its nuclear and missile programmes, which have triggered global alarm. Trump has advocated for a diplomatic solution to the uptick in North Korean aggravations, but he said last month that he would not rule out a major conflict with North Korea.

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  • Vladimir Putin blames the U.S. for global ransomware meltdown

    Vladimir Putin blames the U.S. for global ransomware meltdown

    During their phone conversation earlier in May, Putin and Trump spoke in favor of holding their much anticipated first meeting somewhere around the G20 summit, which is scheduled to take place in Hamburg, Germany, on July 7 and 8. " But it's no problem " that the video was posted online, he said, adding: " I think I didn't let you down ". But in recent years, Putin - occupied with the annexation of Crimea, the crisis in eastern Ukraine and Russia's role in Syria - preferred to demonstrate ...

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  • United States accuses Syria of killing thousands, burning bodies in crematorium

    It called for a further investigation by the United Nations, which produced a report a year ago with similar accusations also based on extensive witness testimonies. "The regime must stop all attacks on civilians and opposition forces, and Russian Federation must bear responsibility to ensure regime compliance". The unusually direct and graphic State Department case laying out the horrors committed by the Syrian regime was meant to bolster Washington's appeal to the Assad regime's chief ...

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  • Who Is Kara McCullough, The New Miss USA 2017?

    Several wished her to be the real victor, considering her intelligence and confidence, especially after McCullough's comment on healthcare was widely questioned. Later in the competition, when the question of "feminism" was proposed to the contestants, McCullough responded that she likes to " transpose " the word feminism to " equalism ", according to NYP .

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  • Ghost Recon: Wildlands Fallen Ghosts expansion announced - all the details

    Ghost Recon: Wildlands Fallen Ghosts expansion announced - all the details

    With the Santa Blanca Cartel now dismantled, civil war has erupted. In a bid to restore order, they issue a call to arms: anyone willing to help rebuild the country is welcome to join. Covert Ops - have a new prototype cloaking device that makes them nearly invisible, plus a powerful crossbow. To top it off, Ubisoft has tweaked the Advanced and Expert difficulties to offer greater challenge and excitement to those players who like to test themselves.

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  • Centre delaying appointment of two new ministers: Arvind Kejriwal

    Centre delaying appointment of two new ministers: Arvind Kejriwal

    Meanwhile, Mishra this morning tweeted that the Delhi CM should have thought once before betraying the nation. Kapil Mishra on Thursday recorded his statement with the ACB, after he submitted evidence in support of his allegations that two persons close to chief minister Arvind Kejriwal tried to influence the scam probe.

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