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On the other side, the cases related to the BJP leaders like LK Advani, MM Joshi and Uma Bharti which are taking place in Raebareli court. The ruling came after a lower court dropped the charges brought against them by India's Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), kicking off a series of appeals and counter-appeals.
  • May's call for early election a huge political miscalculation - Sturgeon

    May's call for early election a huge political miscalculation - Sturgeon

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    Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale challenged Ms Sturgeon over SNP MPs abstaining in the House of Commons vote on whether there should be a general election. Polls suggest Scots do not believe the timing is right for another referendum and although support for independence itself has been broadly steady at around 45% or more, the SNP is predicted to win most Scottish seats in the snap poll.
  • Tillerson: Iran nuclear agreement fails to achieve objectives

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    However, the United States has kept in place several sets of sanctions that were imposed for other reasons, such as Iran's human rights record, its ballistic missile program, and its sponsorship of terrorism. She said the review was a fig leaf to cover a decision by the Trump administration to abide by the Iran accord, if grudgingly. Since taking office, Trump's administration has adopted a hawkish and confrontational stance with Tehran.
  • Barkha Shukla leaves Congress, likely to join BJP

    Barkha Shukla leaves Congress, likely to join BJP

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    Singh's revolt against her party came two days after former Delhi Congress chief Arvinder Singh Lovely and former Youth Congress leader Amit Malik quit the party and joined the BJP, days before Delhi votes in the MCD election. Shukla said that she had been tolerating all this for a year. She also hit out at Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and the party's Delhi unit chief Ajay Maken.
  • WestJet announces plans for 'ultra-low-cost-carrier'

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    WestJet has not yet announced the name of the new airline, nor which destinations it will serve. Air Canada launched its discount brand Rouge with flights in 2013 with service to Europe and the Caribbean. But ultra-low-cost carriers take it a step further. Westjet started in 1996 as a discount carrier but has recently faced increased competition on prices from Air Canada's discount brand Rouge and new carrier NewLeaf, which began offering ultra-low fares past year.
  • North Koreans 'playing volleyball' at nuke site

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    After eight weeks of nearly continuous activity at the Punggye-Ri site, where satellite images have shown trucks coming and going, and barrels lined up outside buildings, three volleyball games were apparently played, analysts said Wednesday.
  • Pressure builds on Zuma as opposition forces amass in Pretoria

    Pressure builds on Zuma as opposition forces amass in Pretoria

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    The campaign also seeks to raise awareness among South Africans of Mr Zuma's negative impact on the country's ailing economy, which was dealt another blow two weeks ago when he fired respected minister for finance Pravin Gordhan . On Monday, Zuma said many white demonstrators calling for his resignation are racist. Rather, it was about South Africa and the mobilisation of the citizens.
  • Jadhav is innocent, says India

    Jadhav is innocent, says India

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    It is also seen as a tit-for-tat action after the disappearance of a former Pakistani army officer in Nepal in which Pakistan suspects an Indian hand. "We urged the Pakistan High Commissioner to communicate the outrage over the unacceptable treatment meted out to Jadhav", Sehrawat said. Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj condemned the "farcical" trial, and told agitated Indian lawmakers that there was no evidence against Jadhav.
  • Syria evacuations resume days after bombing: state media, war monitor

    Syria evacuations resume days after bombing: state media, war monitor

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    The evacuations are taking place under a deal between government and opposition representatives that is also seeing residents and rebels transported out from several areas under regime siege near Damascus, primarily Madaya and Zabadani. Critics say the string of evacuations, which could see some 30,000 people moved across battle lines over the next 60 days, rewards siege tactics and amounts to forced displacement along political and sectarian lines.
  • Afghanistan strike may boost Trump

    Afghanistan strike may boost Trump

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    Senior American intelligence officials told NBC News that the United States may consider preemptive strikes for North Korea if it knows the country is preparing to conduct a nuclear test. But the Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb, or MOAB, as it is also known, had never been used in combat until a U.S. MC-130 aircraft dropped one on the Achin district of Nangarhar, bordering Pakistan, on Thursday.