• AAP looks to overcome Arvind Kejriwal-Kapil Mishra tussle, corruption charges

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    Opposition leader Vijender Gupta was on Tuesday marshalled out of the Delhi Assembly after he created a ruckus raising corruption allegations against the ruling AAP and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal during the one-day special session. Bhardwaj, who said that he was a software engineer before joining politics, showed exactly how voting machines can be tampered with. Kejriwal has not spoken about the charges made by Mishra.
  • United Kingdom local elections: Conservatives score big gains, huge win for PM May

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    The number of councillors was reduced during this election from 62 to 57 but this did not stop the Conservatives from gaining 10 extra seats at the expense of Labour, who lost 12. One of the biggest blows for Labor was to watch the former John Lewis boss Andy Street narrowly win the West Midlands mayoralty for the Conservatives, in a sign that May could be making inroads into traditional Labor strongholds.
  • Indian student made to remove bra over exam cheat fears

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    Also, a female candidate who appeared at a NEET centre here on Sunday claimed that she had to remove her innerwear before sitting for the entrance test. The Kerala Human Rights Commission and Child Rights Commission have sought an explanation from the board. On Monday, the Kerala State Human Rights Commission (KSHRC) wrote to the National Human Rights Commission, seeking immediate action against the officials responsible.
  • Evacuations broaden as wildfires threaten small communities

    Evacuations broaden as wildfires threaten small communities

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    Although the fire has not jumped the St. Marys River, which makes up the state line, authorities have evacuated some parts of Nassau County, Fla., as well. Bulgar has lived in Saint George all her life. "I'm not going to leave", McCoy said. Some 535 personnel had been assigned to fight the fire, along with 10 helicopters, 55 fire engines, bulldozers and other equipment, the statement said.
  • Islamic State Chief in Afghanistan Killed

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    The militant's group is reportedly affiliated with ISIS in Iraq and Syria. The U.S. military has dealt a major blow to an already degraded but resilient ISIS-K in recent months. The statement , following an earlier announcement by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, said Hasib directed the March 8 attack on the main Kabul military hospital by a group of militants disguised as doctors.
  • Iran warns will hit militant 'safe havens' inside Pakistan

    Iran warns will hit militant 'safe havens' inside Pakistan

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    Tehran has alleged that members of the extremist Jaish-ul-Adl killed the guards by using long-range guns from within Pakistan. Officials said the two governments also agreed "in principle to revive a hotline" between their border security forces to resolve any issues at the frontier.
  • States brace for big decisions under GOP health care changes

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    The Republican Party will be rewarded for doing "what's right" by voting to overhaul a "failing and collapsing" health care system, a top aide to President Donald Trump asserted as Democrats and at least one outside group began laying the groundwork to challenge the GOP for control of the House in the 2018 midterm election.
  • 3 found guilty of techie's rape, murder

    3 found guilty of techie's rape, murder

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    Her body was recovered from the Zarewadi forests in Khed taluka on October 9, 2009. The three, however, had been acquitted of three other charges including those of abduction with an aim to commit murder, causing hurt while committing the robbery and the destruction of evidence as the prosecution failed to prove these charges.
  • Rangers fans know who is to blame for awful defeat to Celtic

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    The Old Firm derby between Celtic and Rangers is one of the biggest and most notorious sporting rivalries in world football. The 18-year-old left-back slid in to a tackle on Patrick Roberts when the winger was running away from goal. Image: Celtic's Mikael Lustig and Rangers' Joe Dodoo compete for the ball. As for the national championship, in 33 games the Rangers scored 58 points, with the goal difference 48-34 and takes 3rd place in the table, nearly guaranteed winning bronze medals ...
  • Timeline: President Donald Trump vs. North Korea

    Timeline: President Donald Trump vs. North Korea

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    North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile this morning but it did not leave North Korean territory, the Pentagon has confirmed, terming it as a failed attempt. "In a nutshell, (North Korea) has already declared not to attend any type of talks which would discuss its nuclear abandonment, nuclear disbandment", Kim In Ryong, North Korea's deputy United Nations ambassador, told The Associated Press.