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By shaping our immigration system to ensure that innovative industries in the United Kingdom have access to global talent , we will help secure our place at the forefront of digital and scientific advances. In this same period, the number of visas granted under the Tier 1 Exceptional Talent route have increased by 152%. Technology hubs in London and the north of England will be integrated into a national network under a £21 million investment announced today.
  • Google doodle honors India's 1st woman lawyer

    Google doodle honors India's 1st woman lawyer

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    Ms Sorabji was born in 1886 and attended Bombay University in the 1880s, becoming its first female graduate. She helped over 600 women and children all over Bengal (West and East), Orissa, Assam and Bihar. Being a woman, and not having a degree in law brought hurdles for Cornelia and she appeared for LLB examination of Bombay University in 1897. In 1924, the profession of law was finally opened to India, allowing them to fight cases in the court.
  • Eating out at AC and Non AC restaurants cheaper from today

    Eating out at AC and Non AC restaurants cheaper from today

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    Economists agree it has contributed to dragging on India's growth, which hit a three year low of 5.7 per cent in the first quarter of the financial year. According to the notifications, the GST has been cut on a host of consumer items such as chocolates, chewing gums, shampoos, deodorants, shoe polishes, detergents, nutrition drinks, marbles and cosmetics.
  • Trade deficit widens to three year high

    Trade deficit widens to three year high

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    Goods imports last month were $ 37.12 billion, a gain of 7.6% from a year ago, data from the commerce and industry ministry showed. On the other hand, imports during the month were increased by 7.6%, leading to the highest trade deficit in the past 35 months.
  • North Korea

    North Korea "Sentences Trump To Death" For Insulting Kim Jong

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    Trump was given the opportunity to address the National Assembly in Seoul as part of his state visit to Seoul , the first American president to give a speech to lawmakers since Bill Clinton in 1993. Cyber operations in North Korea have been conducted to collect sensitive political and military intelligence information in order to attack their enemies.
  • Shot North Korean defector suffered massive internal injuries - surgeon

    Shot North Korean defector suffered massive internal injuries - surgeon

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    There were 124 South Korean companies that had been involved in the Kaesong park, with affiliated businesses counting up to over 5,000. "We sent three of the largest aircraft carriers in the world (to the Korean Peninsula), and a nuclear submarine is also positioned", President Donald Trump said after his arrival last week in South Korea.
  • Tillerson wants probe into Myanmar abuses

    Tillerson wants probe into Myanmar abuses

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    More than 618,000 people have fled to the neighbouring Bangladesh after the army launched an offensive in the north of the western Rakhine State in response to the attacks by a group of Rohingya insurgents on security posts in late August. The conservative ASEAN, which includes Myanmar and other countries critical of its handling of the Rohingya crisis like Malaysia, has refused to formally discuss the crisis as a bloc in a strongly critical manner.
  • Ayodhya dispute: Sri Sri Ravishankar meets Adityanath

    Ayodhya dispute: Sri Sri Ravishankar meets Adityanath

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    S. Prakash further said Owaisi had no role to play in the Ayodhya dispute, which he should understand. In its verdict on September 30, 2010, the Lucknw Bench of the Allabahad High court had distributed he 2.77 acres of land equally between Ram Lala Virajmaan, Nirmohi Akhara and Central Sunni Wakf Board .
  • Daily Telegraph accused of 'blatant bullying' of Tory Brexit 'mutineers'

    Daily Telegraph accused of 'blatant bullying' of Tory Brexit 'mutineers'

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    The pro-remain MP told the Commons on Tuesday night she regarded being labelled a mutineer by the Telegraph as "a badge of honour". The former Attorney General, Dominic Grieve, who has tabled several amendments to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill, said: "There is a group of us who have serious concerns about the Withdrawal Bill and want to try to improve it".
  • Britain's Johnson to meet husband of aid worker jailed in Iran

    Britain's Johnson to meet husband of aid worker jailed in Iran

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    Today's meeting will discuss her husband Richard Ratcliffe's recent request that the British government consider extending " diplomatic protection " to his wife. Some critics have called for Johnson to resign, but Ratcliffe said it would not be in his wife's best interests. Her family have always maintained she was on holiday with her daughter.
  • 3 dead, 2 wounded in California school shooting

    3 dead, 2 wounded in California school shooting

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    He said investigators were still trying to confirm the identity of the killer, who he said was armed with a semiautomatic rifle and two handguns. Authorities said multiple shots were fired at Rancho Tehama Elementary School around 8 a.m.
  • Flydubai near deal to order 175 boeing 737 MAX

    Flydubai near deal to order 175 boeing 737 MAX

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    When finalized, the purchase promises to sustain tens of thousands of direct and indirect jobs in Boeing's US factories and network of suppliers, according to Boeing. "We are extremely honored that flydubai has selected to be an all-Boeing operator for many years to come. This record-breaking agreement builds on our strong partnership with FlyDubai and the other leading carriers of this region", said Boeing commercial airplanes president and chief executive Kevin McAllister.
  • Philippines and New Zealand renew cooperation on geothermal development

    Philippines and New Zealand renew cooperation on geothermal development

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    She also has more bilateral meetings before attending the East Asia Summit - a meeting of the 10 Asean countries plus New Zealand, Australia, United States, Japan, South Korea, India, China and Russian Federation. "I may be able to say they decided right because Auckland treats it citizens superbly", he said. Ardern added that New Zealand had its first Filipino candidate in their party, Romeo Udanga, to be a member of Parliament during the last election."He did a phenomenal job".
  • Power slips from Mugabe as military steps in

    Power slips from Mugabe as military steps in

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    Heavy gunfire and artillery have also been heard in northern suburbs, although the situation is unclear, BBC reported on Wednesday. Zimbabwe Defence Forces Major General SB Moyo makes an announcement on state broadcaster ZBC, in this still image taken from a November 15, 2017 video.
  • 12-year-old sues Jeff Sessions over medical marijuana

    12-year-old sues Jeff Sessions over medical marijuana

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    Alexis Bortell, a 12-year-old forced to relocate with her family to access medical marijuana , is suing U.S. Attorney Jeff Sessions . "I'd say it's a lot better than brain surgery", Alexis said. "When you look at it from a distance and you see it saving their lives, me as a father and an American, I go, what are we doing?" He noted, however, that it will be a challenge for government officials to argue that there is no medical benefit to the use of marijuana.
  • Yemen's civilians pay price of Saudi-led blockade

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    He said the flights would increase gradually over the coming days. "There are many sources of supply to Yemen , even during the past week or so". The coalition closed all air, land and sea access to Yemen last week following the interception of a missile fired toward the Saudi capital, saying it had to stem the flow of arms to the Houthis from Iran .