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In March, 12 CRPF personnel also lost their lives in an alleged Maoist attack in the same district. I will not term this as intelligence failure nor a strategy collapse but will look into the matter and resolve things soon as possible. That incident was reported in the dense forests near Kottacheru village, around 450 km away from the state capital of Raipur . Maoists have often targeted the CRPF personnel which has suffered high causalities.
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    Many analysts are providing their Estimated Earnings analysis for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. and for the current quarter 5 analysts have projected that the stock could give an Average Earnings estimate of $0.45/share. got Upgrade on 6-Feb-17 where investment firm Natixis Bleichroeder Upgrade the stock from Reduce to Neutral. Shares of Mylan N.V. (NASDAQ:MYL) declined -1.65% to $36.85.
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    Britain's Farage: Don't underestimate Le Pen in French race

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    Polls show that Macron should beat Le Pen decisively, but analysts warned that the far right still reached historic levels in a sign that anti-Brussels populism was still alive and well in the EU. "Nothing in either Mr Macron's policies or his behavior suggests the slightest proof of his love for France ", she said. We will win. Things have changed a lot.
  • Student accused of planting bomb on London Tube train

    Student accused of planting bomb on London Tube train

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    After his arrest Smith, who has Asperger's syndrome, admitted making the device but claimed he only meant it to spew smoke as a prank. Smith had a "keen interest in guns and other weapons", the prosecution alleges. Jonathan Rees QC, for the prosecution, said this was to "increase the destructive effect of the device". Mr Rees said: "He said that he had built a device which when activated was intended only to produce smoke - a smoke bomb".
  • Senate Confirms Perdue as Agriculture Secretary

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    He won election as Georgia's governor in 2003 and was reelected to a second term in 2006 with 58% of the vote. "With his wide range of experience as a farmer, businessman, and governor, Secretary Perdue is well-positioned to lead the USDA in helping create more opportunity for US producers", said Smith.
  • Turkish opposition to challenge referendum at European court

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    This may potentially lead to deterioration of ties between Ankara and Brussels . The parliamentary assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) voted to reinstate its monitoring of Turkey's respect for fundamental freedoms, a process it had relaxed in 2004 when it meant to pave the way for it to begin accession talks with the European Union.
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    Prime Minister to meet Japanese leader amid North Korea tensions

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    Navy's bilateral military exercises with South Korea and Japan, and North Korea's live-fire drills to celebrate the anniversary of its military's founding. All in-country interactions are reportedly strictly controlled, and the North Koreans will not hesitate to delete the photos journalists take if they believe the subject matter is sensitive.
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  • North Korea warns U.S. to end military hysteria or face retaliation

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    Pyongyang says the military exercises are practice for an invasion of North Korea, and has warned of a nuclear attack on the United States in retaliation for any signs of aggression. But it's doubtful the North is now able to build reliable, survivable warheads for an intercontinental ballistic missile that can strike the USA mainland, he said.
  • Legal jobs among those cut as 457 visa is axed

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    Members of Australia's far-right political parties, particularly the anti-immigration One Nation party, were fierce critics of the 457 visa, arguing that it was allowing foreign workers to steal jobs from Australians. It will be replaced by two temporary visas, one for two-year stays and another for four-year stays. Politically loaded questions such as "is it OK to assault your partner behind closed doors?" and "is it acceptable to keep girls from school?" could be added to a tough new ...
  • Trump, Walker discuss Wisconsin dairy dispute

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  • Euro surges on win for "France's Obama" in presidential poll

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    With 7.5 million votes, Ms Le Pen beat the National Front party's previous election record on Sunday but failed to pip pro-EU Macron to the first place. The turnout at the polls was 77.77 percent - the lowest in a French presidential election for 15 years. "We've forgotten that it's still Marine Le Pen who's in the second round".