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RBI said in a release, "IAC also arrived at an objective, the non-discretionary criterion for referring accounts for resolution under IBC". Jaitley was addressing Public Sector Banks chiefs on their financial positions with regard to the NPA resolution and the issues that confront to the entire system with relation to the NPAs .
  • United States intelligence contractor pleads not guilty to leaking charge

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    Following her arrest on Saturday, it is being speculated that victor could be charged with leaking sensitive information and could face up to 10 years in prison. "I think they're going to try to make an example out of her because of the political climate right now", Billie Winner-Davis, Winner's mother, told the Associated Press.
  • Smith, Jones, Peters all report to Eagles minicamp

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    I don't want to be doubting year-to-year if they're going to release me, if they're going to do this, ask me to take pay-cuts and all that. "I want to retire here ", Peters said, via Mike Garafolo of NFL Media. Peters, arguably the best left tackle in the National Football League, routinely skips the OTAs. Peters didn't offer thoughts as to exactly when that will be, choosing to stay in year-to year mode, but clearly he doesn't want to spend the twilight of his potential Hall-of-Fame ...
  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies before Congress

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    The testimony by Sessions marked the latest chapter in a saga that has dogged Trump's first five months as president and distracted from his domestic policy agenda including major healthcare and tax cut initiatives. John McCain (R-Ariz.) asked him whether he'd confronted Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak about Russia's meddling in the election when they met twice a year ago: "I don't recall".
  • Utah monument recommendation spurs action

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    Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke recommended reducing the size of the 1.5-million-acre Bears Ears National Monument in southern Utah, drawing immediate criticism from Democrat and environmental groups who called his plan "nonsense". A number of groups have said they intend to sue the Trump administration if they rescind the national monument status. "DOI should instead terminate its review of Katahdin Woods & Waters and reaffirm the agency's commitment to making the monument work well for all ...
  • South Korean military: Suspected DPRK drone spies on THAAD site

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    South Korean President Moon Jae-in is keen on a Northeast Asian World Cup in 2030. He also expressed hope for the two countries to "get along well" and not to have relations tangled with "trivial matters". South Korea and Japan co-hosted the 2002 World Cup. However, not all sporting overtures have been successful. The president supports a two-track approach to Japan, separating historical disputes from other aspects of their relationship.
  • Trump's attorney general: Russian Federation collusion claims a 'detestable lie'

    Trump's attorney general: Russian Federation collusion claims a 'detestable lie'

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    Another likely line of inquiry will be on any discussions Sessions had with President Trump before the president chose to dismiss Comey. Sessions recused himself in March from a federal investigation into contacts between Russia and the Trump presidential campaign after acknowledging that he had met twice previous year with the Russian ambassador to the United States.
  • North Korea releases US citizen Otto Warmbier

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    Warmbier's parents said in a statement to The Associated Press that they were told their son has been in a coma since March 2016, and they had learned of this only one week ago. Thousands of USA troops are based in South Korea, and the Demilitarized Zone between the North and South is one of the most heavily fortified borders in the world.
  • Teen dances from hospital bed days after heart transplant

    Teen dances from hospital bed days after heart transplant

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    The positive feedback Amari, who plans to return to high school in August, has seen on social media has also helped the teen come to terms with his life-changing and lifesaving surgery. About two years ago, his doctors told him his heart was failing and they would have to place him on the transplant list. Amari could not walk for almost a month after the approximately 16-hour operation and required extensive rehabilitation to regain his strength.
  • Michigan State CB Vayante Copeland No Longer Listed On Roster

    Michigan State CB Vayante Copeland No Longer Listed On Roster

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    He was the recruiting coordinator from 2007-10 while also coaching tight ends and tackles. Interestingly, while Dantonio says Copeland is no longer with the team, he added that he was not dismissed. White worked for 19 years in the front office of the Detroit Lions and was the team's interim general manager in 2015. He is now the team's director of player personnel, which means he'll evaluate current players and plays a lead role in organizing recruiting.
  • Dead Dog Fire shoots to 5000 acres in western Moffat County

    Dead Dog Fire shoots to 5000 acres in western Moffat County

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    The mine itself is several miles from the fire, and is not threatened. Late Monday the fire area was close to 5,000 acres total, that is until the winds picked up with gusts close to 70 miles per hour and spread the flames quickly. There is no estimate on when fire crews will have containment. "The Hunter fire is looking pretty good", Sanchez said. The Dead Dog Fire measured only 40 acres Sunday evening, pictured here from the entrance to Dinosaur National Monument Sunday afternoon.
  • CU chancellor suspended following domestic violence investigation

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    A week after MacIntyre had talked to the accuser, Tumpkin was named the defensive play-caller for Colorado's Alamo Bowl game against Oklahoma State, replacing Jim Leavitt, who taken a job at OR days earlier. "It's an unfortunate reflection on the university's priorities". Any person who wishes to sue a state entity must first file a notice of claim. In the claim, the woman's lawyer said Tumpkin's abuse was aggravated by a drinking problem, which he alleges CU officials knew about - including ...