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Party sources said Modi discussed political developments and achievements of the BJP Government without any kind of hint on any possible change of Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje that is in the air since the UP election results, the MPs interpreted it as she remaining safe in a saddle.
  • Chinese premier meets Australian parliament leaders, opposition party chief

    Chinese premier meets Australian parliament leaders, opposition party chief

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    Li's visit to Australia and New Zealand, which started late Wednesday, is the first by a Chinese premier in 11 years. Many Australians too are wondering whether it is time to pay less attention to the US - its most important security partner - and engage more with China, after US President Donald Trump's combative phone call with Mr Turnbull last month and the Trump administration's rejection of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.
  • Westminster attacker named as Khalid Masood

    Westminster attacker named as Khalid Masood

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    She said: "The fact that he was known to them doesn't mean that somebody has 24-hour cover". "Clearly that's a main line of our investigation is what led him to be radicalized: Was it through influences in our community, influences from overseas or through online propaganda?" Britain's most senior counter-terrorism officer, Mark Rowley, said the attack started when a auto was driven over Westminster Bridge, near parliament, hitting and injuring a number of members of the public.
  • London attacker's birth name revealed; police make more arrests

    London attacker's birth name revealed; police make more arrests

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    In a briefing outside Scotland Yard, London's top counterterror officer, Mark Rowley, said two more "significant" arrests had been made, bringing to nine the number of people in custody over Wednesday's attack. However, once his identify became known police and the media began to trace his movements in his final hours. Neighbours said Philip, 77, is ill in hospital and they were shocked to hear the connection of the family to the terror attack.
  • Led Mosul airstrike may have killed over 100 civilians

    Led Mosul airstrike may have killed over 100 civilians

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    But 157,000 have reached a reception and transit center outside Mosul since the government offensive on the city's west side began a month ago, said Bruno Geddo, the U.N. But Iraqi forces, including tens of thousands of Iran-backed Shia fighters, have since regained most of the territory they lost. The officer asked not to be identified because of the sensitivity of discussing military tactics.
  • Hong Kong orders recall of Brazilian meat products

    Hong Kong orders recall of Brazilian meat products

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    Police in Brazil have launched raids to investigate alleged bribes paid to hide unsanitary conditions in Brazil's meatpacking facilities. China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) made a decision to recall all the frozen and chilled meat and poultry imported from the 21 Brazilian plants that are under investigation for a massive meat adulteration scheme, the food safety authority said Friday.
  • Pc Keith Palmer: 'A really reserved but kind person'

    Pc Keith Palmer: 'A really reserved but kind person'

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    A man who met Pc Keith Palmer has said his murder "sent a shiver down my spine" as he shared a photo of himself and his daughters with the officer outside the Houses of Parliament. More than £1,700 has been raised so far on the GoFundMe page . "The Police and House security workers have always done a remarkable job ensuring the safety of those who work and visit the Parliamentary Estate".
  • Ordinance on Demonetisation Supersedes PM Modi's Promise: AG to SC

    Ordinance on Demonetisation Supersedes PM Modi's Promise: AG to SC

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a surprise announcement on 8 November declared the old Rs500 and Rs1,000 notes invalid. This flip-flop, reportedly caused by worries that criminally-minded people could abuse the March 31 window, prompted a number of public interest litigations (PILs) by a number of pensioners and senior citizens who were unable to deposit their old notes before December 30, 2016.