• India, Australia ink counter-terror MoU

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    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull on Monday enjoyed a ride on Delhi Metro. Mr Turnbull said his country was "pleased to be providing increasing quantities of high quality coal for steel making and increasingly for power generation with advanced super critical technology".
  • Liberals table bill to legalize pot

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    Under the proposed new system, individuals will be able to possess up to 30 grams of dried or fresh cannabis for personal use - about one ounce - and can grow up to four plants at home, provided they are not more than one meter high. Mayor Greg Dionne said the city has been preparing for the move, but he points out that there's still a long way to go before council will need to craft its own policy.
  • Penny Park is site of Easter Egg Hunt

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    A Family Fun Poker Run follows the hunt at about 1 p.m. Easter Egg Hunt for kids from 2:30-4:30 p.m.at Columbine Manor Care Center, 530 W. 16th St. The Easter Eggstravaganza will be from 1-3 p.m. Ages 0-12 are welcome. There will also be carnival games and lunch from 11 a.m.to 1 p.m. Peter Cottontail may like to come "hopping down the bunny trail, ' but the Easter Bunny , apparently, likes to ride the rails".
  • Britney Spears' Amazing Dinner Date with her sons in Hawaii

    Britney Spears' Amazing Dinner Date with her sons in Hawaii

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    The superstar is taking a hard-earned break as she gears up for her final stretch of shows in Las Vegas. Following a very public meltdown in 2007, Britney's assets were put under conservatorship of her father and her attorney Andrew M. "Britney just keeps working and working, and everybody around her gets paid". She's in a Britney bubble. That happiness purportedly comes at a hefty price, however - almost $130,000 annually to both her dad and Andrew Wallett to manage her affairs from ...
  • Capitals forward Tom Wilson scores overtime game-winner in Game 1

    Capitals forward Tom Wilson scores overtime game-winner in Game 1

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    The playoff difference maker. Mr. Defensive depth is a weakness for the Leafs and they've got at least one tired defensive line - Tyler Bozak , Mitch Marner and James van Riemsdyk - that can be exposed, especially on the road. Starting at the top, the Capitals have one of the most risky offensive attacks in the National Hockey League, spearheaded by Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom , and buttressed by Evgeny Kuznetsov , T.J.
  • Demi Lovato Doesn't Need A Thigh Gap To Feel Beautiful!

    Demi Lovato Doesn't Need A Thigh Gap To Feel Beautiful!

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    The singer, 24, shared a beach-side photo of her legs, along with a body-positive statement. Lovato added the hashtags #recovery #selflove and #EVERYbodyisbeautiful. Last year, she told American Way magazine that it all began when she was just a toddler and she participated in beauty pageants. "I had Wilmer [Valderrama, her then boyfriend] there, who loved my curves-that helped".
  • United pilots: Dragged passenger not our fault

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    Thomas Demetrio, an attorney for Dr. David Dao , speaks at a news conference Thursday, April 13, 2017, in Chicago. The airline's spokesman confirmed the new unfortunate incident. "We can not stress enough that we remain steadfast in our commitment to make this right", the statement said. United Airlines landed itself in hot water when it invoked its involuntary-deboarding policy to forcibly remove a passenger from a plane - but the airline isn't the worst when it comes to this practice.
  • GOP Congressman calls for Spicer's resignation after Hitler comments

    GOP Congressman calls for Spicer's resignation after Hitler comments

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    Reaction from around the world continued Wednesday. A spokesman for German Chancellor Angela Merkel said comparing Nazi war crimes to present-day situations "leads to nothing good". Journalists and politicians in Washington are abuzz about whether Spicer's job is in on the line - whether he has become too much of a liability to continue as press secretary.
  • Footage shows USA dropping biggest non-nuclear bomb on Isis in Afghanistan

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    Nicknamed MOAB, the bomb is one of the largest non-nuclear munitions ever to be used in combat. General Daulat Waziri, of the Afghanistan Ministry of Defence, said 36 IS fighters were killed by the blast and the death toll could rise. Speaking later Thursday, President Trump was asked if he had authorized the bombing. The Taliban "control or contest" about a third of the population of the country, Bergen said, citing senior United States military officials.
  • Hyland's teething tablets recalled over levels of toxic herb

    Hyland's teething tablets recalled over levels of toxic herb

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    Borneman said. But over a 10-year period, from 2006 to 2016, the FDA collected reports of "adverse events" in hundreds of infants who had been given the product, according to a STAT investigation . Next, came an announcement a month later, in the form of an open letter on Hyland's website, that they would stop producing the teething tablets.