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Banerjee also urged them to lift the indefinite strike called in Darjeeling and directed West Bengal Home Secretary Moloy De to hold an all-party meeting on June 22 in Siliguri, The Times of India reported. However, ADG (law and order) Anuj Sharma denied the allegations, saying, "No firing was carried out by the forces". "Police had not fired". GJM workers, who launched their agitation on June eight, had yesterday hurled petrol bombs, stones and bottles at the police at several ...
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    To win a seat outright in the first round of voting, candidates had to win more than half of the votes, which must account for at least a quarter of the registered voters. Candidates from the conservative party, The Republicans, are expected to form the largest opposition group, with 70-110 seats, according to pollsters, with other parties sharing the rest.
  • Lily Allen's Newsnight appearance cancelled after controversial Grenfell Tower fire claims

    Lily Allen's Newsnight appearance cancelled after controversial Grenfell Tower fire claims

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    Snow then attempted to explain that the final death toll is expected to be significantly higher, given that it's a hard task to identify remains and calculate how many people were killed in the blaze. "I wanted to listen to their concerns and reassure them personally that Government is there for them and that everything possible will be done to help them through the hugely hard days, weeks, months and years to come.
  • Gingrich: 'No Idea' What Trump Meant By Tweet Appearing To Confirm Probe

    Gingrich: 'No Idea' What Trump Meant By Tweet Appearing To Confirm Probe

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    On Thursday, Trump was tweeting his disdain for a new Washington Post report that special counsel Robert Mueller and his team are weighing whether to investigate him for obstruction of justice. So now the newest one is: Ah. Appearing on ABC's This Week, Gingrich noted that the president "has a compulsion to counter-attack and is very pugnacious".
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    The games will be held at stadiums in Moscow (Spartak), Sochi (Fisht) and at the same arena in St. Petersburg ( St. Petersburg Arena) and Kazan ( Kazan Arena). Russian Federation sealed all three points as Smolov started and finished a swift passing move in the 69th minute to extended their unbeaten streak to four matches under Cherchesov .
  • Cancel Donald Trump's state visit, says Sadiq Khan

    Cancel Donald Trump's state visit, says Sadiq Khan

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    It is not the first time a call has been made to rescind Trump's invitation to visit the United Kingdom, as two million people signed a petition in January calling for a temporary "POTUS ban". Khan had told Londoners there was " no reason to be alarmed " about an increased police presence in the coming days following the attack, a remark Trump mischaracterized in a Sunday tweet, suggesting the mayor had said there was " no reason to be alarmed " about the attack itself.
  • 3 arrested in double murder of Maryland teens

    3 arrested in double murder of Maryland teens

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    More than 30 casings from multiple guns were found at the scene, police said. The police stressed that motive for the killing of Russian teen Ziberov is unknown, adding that his death might have been incidental. Manger said that just before Najjar died, he texted someone saying he was going to sell a graduation ticket to Roger Garcia , who was identified as a Northwest High School student.
  • Confederations Cup: Russia beat NZ 2-0

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    Russian Federation defeated New Zealand 2-0 thanks to an own goal from New Zealand defender Michael Boxall and a strike from forward Fyodor Smolov . The eight-nation, 16-game tournament features the host nation, 2014 World Cup victor Germany and champions of FIFA's six continental governing bodies.
  • Portugal have goal disallowed after against Mexico after VAR decision

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    Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo and Mexico's Carlos Vela jump for the ball during the Confederations Cup , Group A soccer match between Portugal and Mexico, at the Kazan Arena, Russia, Sunday, June 18, 2017. After a stray touch in what is usually a scoring position for him, Ronaldo caught out the Mexican defence with a lovely reverse ball for Quaresma who showed composure to mug the goalkeeper and tap it home.
  • London terror attack death toll rises

    London terror attack death toll rises

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    Jibril Palomba, who lives close to Butt's east London home, said he was anxious Butt had been radicalizing kids, telling them things like, "If you are not Muslim, you do not follow in the religion of Muslim ... "However, there was no intelligence to suggest that this attack was being planned", they said, adding . Nevertheless, he was deemed by MI5 and British Police to be an individual not considered to be a "subject of interest".
  • Vote Labour to stop independence referendum - Gordon Brown

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    The SNP leader said there were many challenges facing the country and she was said independence in itself was not the answer to all of them. "That's why in the final few days before polling day I'll be campaigning alongside 30 hardworking SNP candidates standing up for communities across Scotland ".
  • Fans react to India's loss to Pakistan

    Fans react to India's loss to Pakistan

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    Some teams start confidently and then they fade. Before I dwell on Pakistan's strategy for the big match, I want to say that the final has given Sarfraz a God given opportunity of leaving a lasting legacy. The two have done a fantastic job for the team at the start of the innings and one more partnership of substance can give the side the required momentum for a possible victory.