• UP cabinet meetings to be held in different cities

    UP cabinet meetings to be held in different cities

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    Please Wait while comments are loading. Siddharth Nath Singh, health minister in the UP government said the state government has made a decision to forgo Non-Performing Assets (NPA) worth Rs 5,630 crore. "The BJP has waived off loans of Rs 1,40,000 crore of big industrial houses and industrialists". The Yogi government has made a decision to waive only Rs 36,000 crore of loans that will not make the farmers debt-free or provide relief to them.
  • Activists to use Tax Day to tell Trump: Show us your returns

    Activists to use Tax Day to tell Trump: Show us your returns

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    He brought a bill to the House that met the idea's that both he and Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price wanted in a bill but it did not resemble anything President Donald Trump promised during the campaign . But the calendar is weighing on the minds of Republican lawmakers eager to overhaul the tax code-and on businesses who expect to benefit. Last month, House Republicans conceded they didn't have enough votes to pass their health-care bill, despite an aggressive lobbying effort by ...
  • Re-poll in 38 Srinagar booths tomorrow

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    The by-election in Srinagar is being held to fill a vacant seat in the Lok Sabha, India's lower house of Parliament. The "tentative turnout" was 6.5 percent, Shantmanu said, adding that a decision on re-polling in violence-hit areas would be taken later.
  • Dozens of cases involving officers in brutality case thrown out

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    A second Gwinnett County Police officer has been fired after another video of a controversial traffic stop emerged on Thursday. Robert McDonald is a Gwinnett County Police Officer in Georgia. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution identified the suspect as 21-year-old Demetrius Bryan Hollins of Lawrenceville. Ayers said neither Bongiovanni nor McDonald had been in serious trouble with the department before Thursday.
  • Manhunt Subject Who Wrote Manifesto Threatening White House Captured in Wisconsin

    Manhunt Subject Who Wrote Manifesto Threatening White House Captured in Wisconsin

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    He was taken into custody without incident and is in the process of being returned to Rock County for further investigation and charges. Don McLean, the step-dad, said he got the call Friday morning he had been begging for. The FBI has evaluated his manifesto "to better understand his mindset", Spoden said. "That was our concern", Moore said. "He also goes on several rants concerning religion, saying that government and religion are the same thing", the news station added .
  • Reaching out to China threatens votes

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    Trump's reality-warping version, meanwhile, had reappeared just before the Syria strike. And they are not going to give up their gains or goals in Syria and yield to the Americans without a fight. The developments in the geopolitical dance between Washington and Beijing follow a summit last week between Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping (shee jihn-peeng) and a phone call late Tuesday.
  • Guterres calls for more aid as people flee Mosul

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    The coalition has said it has launched an investigation into the reported deaths. More than 40 leading members of the group have been killed in coalition air strikes, according to experts. The US led anti-Islamic State coalition said it was unable to confirm the report. Donald Trump administration has stopped disclosing significant information about the size and nature of the US commitment, including the number of military personnel deployed in either country.