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With the DUP providing the Conservatives a narrow, but crucial, majority in Parliament , it could have an outsized influence. This morning, two of May's closest advisers were forced to resign. and takes a hard-line stance on social issues, such as same-sex marriage and abortion. The turmoil engulfing May has increased the chance that Britain will fall out of the European Union in 2019 without a deal.
  • Curfew lifted from Mandsaur; prohibitory orders to remain in force

    Curfew lifted from Mandsaur; prohibitory orders to remain in force

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    In addition, nothing has been done to improve the storage capacity of the agricultural produce or to assist the farmers who have to travel long distances to mandis , without getting sufficient compensation for their crops. While Chouhan, who has invited the protesters for dialogue, met various people through the day, a farmers delegation was dismayed when he turned down their demand of a loan waiver and began a protest opposite him.
  • Defiant May vows to stay on despite United Kingdom election blow

    Defiant May vows to stay on despite United Kingdom election blow

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    Downing St. said the Cabinet will discuss the agreement on Monday. Fallon said the DUP would agree to back the Conservatives on big economic and security issues. The Labour leader said he is "ready any time" for another vote after Thursday's shock result and claimed he will lay down his own programme of policies after failing to give up on becoming Prime Minister.
  • Nicola Sturgeon : Election dents Scottish nationalists' hopes for independence

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    A second Scottish independence referendum seems unlikely after the region's separatists lost nearly half their seats in Britain's general election . In the longer term, the further maintenance of SNP dominance in most elections will surely keep the issue high up the Scottish agenda, particularly when the implications of Brexit become clearer and start to bite.
  • Curfew, restrictions continue in Kashmir

    Curfew, restrictions continue in Kashmir

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    The lockdown in the valley crippled life on the first day of the Islamic holy month after widespread violence over the killing of Sabzar Ahmad Bhat in a gunfight with Indian forces. Defying terrorists' threats and Hurriyat's bandh call, almost 1,300 Kashmiri youths appeared in the Army's common entrance exam on Sunday in the Valley, which has been hit by fresh protests following the killing of Hizbul militant Sabzar Bhat.
  • MP Chief Minister Chouhan ends fast, after violence abates in state

    MP Chief Minister Chouhan ends fast, after violence abates in state

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    Chouhan's move comes in the wake of unrest in the state following farmers staging a protest demanding better prices for their produce as also a waiver on loan repayments. Chouhan began his indefinite fast on Saturday, asserting he would lay down his life for farmers. Before breaking his fast, the chief minister said, "Peace has been restored in MP and no case of violence has been reported yesterday and today".
  • 6 takeaways from the UK's general election

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    May had called the snap election with a view to increasing the narrow majority she had inherited from her predecessor David Cameron. Early exit polls indicated late Thursday that the Conservative Party will occupy the most seats (314) - but won't meet the 326-seat majority mark.
  • Iran intelligence ministry reveals identity of terrorists killed in Tehran attacks

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    Iran writes to the UN Security Council, reminding the world body that the recent Daesh terror attacks in Tehran came hot on the heels of Saudi Arabia's repeated threats against the Islamic Republic . That was condemned by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who tweeted: "Repugnant WH (White House) statement.as Iranians counter terror backed by U.S.
  • US joins fight; 13 marines killed

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    The gunmen were using the hostages as human shields, hiding in mosques and utilizing an underground tunnel network in the city, making it hard for troops to manoeuvre, he added. Military officials believe Isnilon Hapilon, the leader of the Abu Sayyaf militants, is hiding in the town. Security officials confirmed for the first time the presence of the American forces yesterday as they told reporters that two of the militants' leaders had likely been killed.