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However, it was not hoisted on the official flag pole of the school. Karnakiyamman School is managed by RSS supporters. The district collector had informed the school authorities that it would be a violation of the norms if leaders of political parties or other organizations were allowed to hoist the flag in aided schools.
  • Trump finally denounces hate groups-2 days after Charlottesville violence

    Trump finally denounces hate groups-2 days after Charlottesville violence

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    Horrific footage from the scene shows the moment 20-year-old James Alex Fields drove the muscle auto into the group who were protesting a rally staged by white nationalists. "You know, this whole, like, white supremacy , racial dominance thing, he was into that". He said his former pupil held views that were "very much along the lines of the neo-Nazi movement".
  • Colombian avos get green light in US

    Colombian avos get green light in US

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    It must be hopefully a democratic transition. The warning from Trump on Saturday that his administration was mulling many options, "including a possible military option if necessary", struck the government of Venezuela's beleaguered leftist president, Nicolas Maduro , like a thunderbolt.
  • President Moon pledges to prevent war during National Liberation Day ceremony

    President Moon pledges to prevent war during National Liberation Day ceremony

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    Presidential Spokesman Park Soo-hyun said Moon made the call toward Pyongyang during a meeting with U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Joseph Dunford at the presidential office on Monday. "Our top priority is the national interest of the Republic of Korea (South Korea) and our national interest lies in peace", Moon told advisers in a meeting.
  • Turnbull government majority hanging by a thread over Kiwi Joyce

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    The Australian-born member for New England, whose father is New Zealand-born, says he is referring his eligibility to sit in parliament to to the High Court, and will remain Deputy PM in the meantime. You can not stand or serve in the Australian Parliament if you hold citizenship from any other country. But Mr Zappia told SBS World News that he ceased being an Italian citizen on acquiring Australian citizenship in 1958.
  • Guam Catholics pray for peace amid North Korean missile threats

    Guam Catholics pray for peace amid North Korean missile threats

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    But, he added, there is "no intelligence that would indicate that we're in that place today". "The representatives of the establishment, the senators, they try to say to the public that they will not even have to worry about it, because people will die not in the USA, but in other countries, though not just in North Korea", she explained.
  • NASA issues a solar glasses warning ahead of August 21 eclipse

    NASA issues a solar glasses warning ahead of August 21 eclipse

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    Dayna Thompson, assistant director of Ball State's Charles W. Brown Planetarium, says viewing the eclipse without protection can cause severe vision loss or permanent eye damage. Ladarion Simpson says he bought total solar eclipse glasses from Amazon a couple weeks ago. The company issued the recall for some eclipse glasses on Saturday amid reports of counterfeiters.
  • Canada's British Columbia to ban grizzly bear trophy hunting

    Canada's British Columbia to ban grizzly bear trophy hunting

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    The Ministry estimates there are 15,000 grizzly bears in B.C. and each year about 250 are killed by hunters. The British Columbian government will ban grizzly bear trophy hunting at the end of November. The "desire of trophy hunters to bag a grizzly bear will certainly prevail over the relatively minor expense and annoyance of having to pack the meat out", wrote Chris Genovali and Brian Falconer of Raincoast Conservation Foundation in response to a similar proposal by Andrew Weaver two ...
  • Will the US Go to War With North Korea?

    Will the US Go to War With North Korea?

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    In a report published this year, the Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property named China as the main offender, estimating it costs the US economy up to $600 billion a year. The order invokes a rarely used legal mechanism that could give the president the power to retaliate if the administration finds that China has engaged in unfair trade practices.