• CBI director's removal 'panic reaction' by PM to stall Rafale probe Rahul

    CBI director's removal 'panic reaction' by PM to stall Rafale probe Rahul

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    The additional charge of the Special Unit responsible for phone intercepts, in-house vigilance and surveillance has been given to K G Chaurasia, DIG, while incumbent Anish Prasad has been posted as deputy director (admin and personnel). "The Prime Minister should tender an apology to the nation for destroying the image of CBI ". Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia also questioned the move, saying in a tweet that he had heard the director was about to begin an investigation into the Rafale ...
  • Strong quake hits Greek tourist island in Ionian Sea

    Strong quake hits Greek tourist island in Ionian Sea

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    The electricity was interrupted for a couple of hours on the island and according to Zakynthos mayor Pavlos Kolokotsas' decision all schools on the island will stay closed on Friday. The Greek tourist island, popular with Brits, is understood to have been the epicentre. Is it safe to travel? The European-Mediterranean Seismological Center (EMSC) has reported a change in sea level, confirming the possibility of a tsunami .
  • Florida man charged after weeklong bomb-package scare

    Florida man charged after weeklong bomb-package scare

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    Suspicious package addressed to former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper found at mail facility on 52nd Street in Midtown, Manhattan. Double Oscar victor and biting Trump critic De Niro on Friday urged people to vote in the midterms, one day after a device was discovered at the Manhattan offices of his production company.
  • Royals Harry and Meghan to visit New Zealand on 4-day tour

    Royals Harry and Meghan to visit New Zealand on 4-day tour

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    The Duke of Sussex at the Invictus Games 2018 closing ceremony in Sydney. Prince Harry and Meghan joined OneWave's fluro-clad "anti bad vibe circle" to talk about mental health issues. The tune left Meghan, who is about four months pregnant and has taken medical advice about the Zika virus , in irrepressible giggles. Meghan, who is expecting the couple's first child in the spring, wore an ASOS maternity wear dress and a trench coat by New Zealand designer Karen Walker.
  • UK's Theresa May

    UK's Theresa May "Strongly Urged" Saudi To Cooperate With Khashoggi Probe

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    His disappearance set off an global uproar. But Sabah, another pro-government newspaper, says Saudi Arabia has yet to give Turkish authorities permission for a search. Murad Sezer/ReutersThe Saudi consulate in Istanbul, where Khashoggi died, taken from a skyscraper on October 10, 2018. The latest focus appears to be on a well in the garden of the Saudi consulate building.
  • How two U.S. schoolgirls planned to kill classmates and drink their blood

    How two U.S. schoolgirls planned to kill classmates and drink their blood

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    Police said the suspects were waiting in the bathroom for smaller students that they would be able to overpower and make their victims. The girls, who have not been named, are said to have been found in a bathroom holding a goblet meant to hold the blood of their victims, and are also accused of planning to kill themselves after the bloodbath.
  • Suspicious package found at Clinton home; another sent to Obama

    Suspicious package found at Clinton home; another sent to Obama

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    Neither the Clintons nor the Obamas had been at risk of receiving the packages because of screening procedures, the Secret Service said . FBI's NY office says it is investigating suspicious package found near Clinton residence. The package contained a live explosive and an envelope with white powder and the substance was being tested to see if it was unsafe, authorities said.
  • Man Arrested in Mail-Bomb Scare

    Man Arrested in Mail-Bomb Scare

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    Earlier, two more suspicious packages were discovered in the United States, this time they were addressed to Senator Cory Booker and James Clapper , the former U.S. None of the devices exploded and no one was injured. None had exploded, and it wasn't immediately clear if they were meant to cause physical harm or simply sow fear and anxiety.