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The girl had accused Mohanty of sexually exploiting her several times since February 2013. She said Mohanty had promised to help her clear the civil services and also marry her. On the pretext of giving her notes, Mohanty invited her to the flat where he raped her. During the last hearing in the rape case, a city court had ordered the police to submit list of Mohanty's properties by next hearing scheduled for December 4 and surrendered just days ahead of the hearing.
  • United States arrests two Chinese oil company reps in Africa bribery

    United States arrests two Chinese oil company reps in Africa bribery

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    The United States has charged Hong Kong's former home affairs secretary Patrick Ho Chi-ping and the ex-foreign minister of Senegal with involvement in a "multi-year, multimillion-dollar scheme" to bribe high-level officials in Chad and Uganda in exchange for contracts for a Chinese oil and gas company, the U.S.
  • Second State Senator to Resign

    Second State Senator to Resign

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    Maye Quade has also accused Republican Rep. The apparent reversal follows a private meeting between Schoen, Rogosheske and Senate Minority Leader Tom Bakk, their first since the allegations of Schoen's improper conduct were reported by online news site MinnPost and Minnesota Public Radio News.
  • Penn State-Texas A&M basketball

    Penn State-Texas A&M basketball

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    We can play small. Texas A&M got to 3-0 by beating West Virginia (88-65), UCSB (84-65) and then Oklahoma State. The Aggies had a 39-22 halftime lead against Oklahoma State. We are going to come out and compete. "They played very aggressively and they played very well". "It will be a challenge, but our guys will be ready".
  • Lowe's Out with Q3 Earnings, Sales Figure

    Lowe's Out with Q3 Earnings, Sales Figure

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    Lowe's shares, which have risen 15 per cent this year, were down 0.6 per cent at $80.99, even after beating Wall Street earnings per share estimates by 3 cents. Comparable sales for the USA home improvement business increased 5.1 percent for the third quarter. Lowe's profit more than doubled in the third quarter as Americans along the Gulf Coast loaded up trunks and trucks with material to fix the damage delivered by a pair of enormous hurricanes.
  • Delhi doesn't have state-like powers, Centre tells Supreme Court

    Delhi doesn't have state-like powers, Centre tells Supreme Court

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    In earlier hearings, the Delhi government, through its counsel Gopal Subramanium had pushed for more powers for itself in areas of public order and land, urging the court to "interpret the text and values behind the provisions of Article 239AA of the Constitution" and the goal it serves.
  • Indictment returned against man in NYC bike path attack

    Indictment returned against man in NYC bike path attack

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    Officials who were not authorized to discuss the investigation and spoke on the condition of anonymity identified the attacker as Saipov. If convicted on the murder and vehicle destruction charges, he would face a maximum penalty of life in prison or death, prosecutors said.
  • USA says Somalia airstrike killed more than 100 extremists

    USA says Somalia airstrike killed more than 100 extremists

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    The military's Africa Command said that the strike was carried out on a camp 125 miles northwest of the capital, Mogadishu. A U.S. military airstrike on an al-Shabab training camp in Somalia killed more than 100 militants, U.S. Al-Shabab spokesman Abdiasis Abu Musab denied the attack. Hundreds of fighters allied with the Somali-based terror group al-Shabab and other extremist groups have been killed by US airstrikes this month, an escalating body count indicative of Washington's ...
  • Battlefield 1's Turning Tides DLC debuts on December 11

    Battlefield 1's Turning Tides DLC debuts on December 11

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    As with before, Premium Pass holders have a two weeks head start with each new expansion. New maps Cape Helles and Achi Baba will be released on December 11 and see players 'take part in the 1915 British amphibious assault of the Gallopoli peninsula, ' according to EA's blurb.
  • Manafort and Gates Win Freedom for Thanksgiving But They Can't Drink

    Manafort and Gates Win Freedom for Thanksgiving But They Can't Drink

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    Manafort's request, presented by his lawyer, Kevin Downing, was granted by U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson in Washington, D.C. There are rules, though, to Manafort's Thanksgiving freedom, Fox News reported . Both men are prohibited from consuming alcohol while they are celebrating, and will continue to wear Global Positioning System monitoring devices. Each was released from federal custody - Manafort on an unsecured $10 million bond and Gates on $5 million - with electronic ...
  • Go local when picking out the ideal Christmas tree this year

    Go local when picking out the ideal Christmas tree this year

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    The National Christmas Tree Association tells Newsweek magazine that you might want to buy your tree now, especially if you have a particular variety in mind. To find a pick and cut tree farm near you, visit the North Carolina Christmas Tree Association website and click " search for trees ". "There's nothing like smelling a real tree in the house".
  • Enormous swastika unearthed by German construction workers

    Enormous swastika unearthed by German construction workers

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    Schirmer said that the sports field had been the site of a Nazi monument that was dismantled in the early 1970s. David Erkalp, a local conservative politician, visited the site on Monday and said: 'This is a frightful symbol of a bad past that must be done away with as soon as possible'.
  • Zimbabwe President Mugabe agrees to step down

    Zimbabwe President Mugabe agrees to step down

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    Mugabe's 52-year-old wife Grace, who had harbored ambitions of succeeding her husband, was also expelled from ZANU-PF, along with at least three cabinet ministers who had formed the backbone of her "G40" political faction. The pariah president ignored an imposed deadline yesterday to quit, after being axed by his own ruling following last week's military coup. A senior member of ZANU-PF earlier told Reuters the party wanted their long-time president gone.
  • Govt mulls legislation on Triple Talaq in winter session

    Govt mulls legislation on Triple Talaq in winter session

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    A ministerial committee has been constituted to draft the legislation, sources quoted as saying. The five-judge constitution bench headed by then Chief Justice of India (CJI) JS Khehar had come out with a split verdict. To give life to the order of the Supreme Court, the Centre has chose to take the matter forward and conferred within itself to either bring suitable legislation or amend existing provisions to make instantaneous triple talaq an offence.
  • Hong Kong ranked 12th in IMD World Talent Report

    Hong Kong ranked 12th in IMD World Talent Report

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    Switzerland, Denmark and Belgium remain the most competitive countries. The three categories assess how countries perform in areas including education, apprenticeships, workplace training, language skills, cost of living, quality of life, remuneration and tax rates.
  • Ireland casts doubt on UK Brexit offer

    Ireland casts doubt on UK Brexit offer

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    The three have argued they can't fully discuss border issues regarding the island of Ireland without advancing talks. The PM is preparing to make a move on the financial offer to Brussels, with a Brexit "war Cabinet" last night signing off in principle on doubling the figure to £40billion.