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The BJP is keen to wrest the state from the Congress. A review of the progress by the legislators would also be undertaken by Shah. The new infusion of party strategists are likely to be the "eyes and ears" of Shah. The farmers of the region who have been protesting for an early solution for nearly three years have revived their agitation again and had set a deadline till January next year to the political parties to find a solution of state utilising 7.56tmc ft of water drinking purposes in ...
  • It's Over: Judge Rejects Roy Moore's Attempt To Halt Jones' Certification

    It's Over: Judge Rejects Roy Moore's Attempt To Halt Jones' Certification

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    Mr Moore's attorney wrote in the complaint that he believed there were irregularities during the election and said there should be a fraud investigation and eventually a new election. He was ousted from his position as the state's top judge after he told after members of the judiciary to ignore a US Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage.
  • Egypt's Morsi sentenced to three years in prison

    Egypt's Morsi sentenced to three years in prison

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    The defendants comprise Islamists, secular activists, former Parliament members, parliament, lawyers and journalists, who were convicted of defaming the country's judiciary. He was immediately arrested. A government crackdown on the movement, as well as other groups, has since resulted in tens of thousands of arrests and mass trials.
  • Are Analysts Bullish Summit Midstream Partners, LP (NYSE:SMLP) After Last Week?

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    About 889,130 shares traded or 8.41% up from the average. Foot Locker, Inc. (NYSE:FL) has risen 0.29% since December 30, 2016 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 4.16% the S&P500. Finally, UBS Group raised shares of EnLink Midstream Partners from a "neutral" rating to a "buy" rating and set a $19.00 price target for the company in a research report on Tuesday, October 24th.
  • Nepal Bans Solo Climbers on Everest

    Nepal Bans Solo Climbers on Everest

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    Nearly 450 climbers, 190 foreigners and 259 Nepalis, reached the summit of Everest from the south side in Nepal previous year. Alpinists from all over the world pay tens of thousands of dollars for climbing permits and Sherpa guides. New Zealander Mark Inglis, who lost both his legs to frostbite, became the first double amputee to reach the top of the 8,848-meter (29,029-foot) peak in 2006.
  • UNESCO chief regrets Israel's withdrawal

    UNESCO chief regrets Israel's withdrawal

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    In a statement, Unesco chief Audrey Azoulay said she had been officially notified on Friday that Israel would leave on Dec 31 next year. In other UN-related news, the world body's Administrative and Budgetary Committee turned down a request by a group of 77 developing countries to increase the UNRWA budget by about $5 million and to add four staff positions to the Assistance to the Palestinian People Unit of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
  • St Petersburg supermarket blast suspect detained - FSB

    St Petersburg supermarket blast suspect detained - FSB

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    Speaking at an awards ceremony for military officers, Putin called on security forces to fish out the perpetrators of the explosion which injured 13 people, six of whom remain in hospital. The Kremlin said the suspects had prepared to blast Kazan Cathedral and other high traffic sites. Russian security officials have said that thousands of citizens from ex-Soviet Central Asia or from the Muslim-majority North Caucasus region of Russia, which includes Chechnya, traveled to Syria or Iraq to ...
  • Portugal negó haber saboteado el envío de pernil hacia Venezuela

    Portugal negó haber saboteado el envío de pernil hacia Venezuela

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    Venezuela despide el año con protestas . El otro tema fue el retrasó en la venta de las llamadas cajas Clap (Comités Locales de Abastecimiento y Producción), que contienen entre 10 y 20 productos de consumo básico y que son vendidas directamente a los consumidores por empresas oficiales y grupos afines al Gobierno.
  • 2 security guards killed at Arizona Charlie's Decatur

    2 security guards killed at Arizona Charlie's Decatur

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    Two security guards were shot and killed at Las Vegas hotel and casino in the early hours of Saturday morning. The motive for the shooting is unknown at this time. The shooter's condition and the victims' identities have not been released. The shooting comes as law enforcement officers are preparing for tens of thousands of New Year's Eve revelers on the Strip and three months after a mass shooting that killed 58 people.
  • Civilians fire back against Helwan church attacker

    Civilians fire back against Helwan church attacker

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    Video clips circulating on social media on Saturday show the gunman who opened fire outside an Egyptian church and a nearby store owned by a Copt in an attack that killed at least nine people walking armed and unchallenged on a residential street for almost 10 minutes.
  • Ice coats Fraser Valley, thousands without power

    Ice coats Fraser Valley, thousands without power

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    Two storms slammed the area Thursday and Friday, coating trees, roads and everything in between with a thick layer of ice. Dozens of outages caused by fallen trees and downed power lines left almost 100,000 customers in the dark as of Friday evening.
  • Trump Aide's Drunken Conversation Sparked Russia Probe

    Trump Aide's Drunken Conversation Sparked Russia Probe

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    Papadopoulos, a former foreign policy adviser to the Trump campaign, in May 2016 allegedly revealed to Australian diplomat Alexander Downer that Russian officials were shopping possible dirt on Clinton, likely implying that Russian officials were shopping them to the Trump campaign, The New York Times reported Saturday.
  • Israel submits UNESCO withdrawal notice to leave December 31, 2018

    Israel submits UNESCO withdrawal notice to leave December 31, 2018

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    Shortly afterwards, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that Israel would pull out of UNESCO on the grounds that the body had become "a theatre of the absurd". In July, the United Nations body declared the Old City of Hebron in the occupied West Bank to be an endangered World Heritage site, prompting Netanyahu to announce a $1m funding cut to the United Nations, saying the UNESCO vote ignored Jewish ties to the site.
  • 'MAKE AMERICA GAY AGAIN' - Rainbow flag hung near Mike Pence's vacation home

    'MAKE AMERICA GAY AGAIN' - Rainbow flag hung near Mike Pence's vacation home

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    Pence's holiday neighbor hung the colorful banner on a stone column that stands at the foot of the driveways leading up to the two homes Wednesday or Thursday, Pitkin County Sheriff's Deputy Michael Buglione told The Aspen Times Friday. As governor of IN, IN 2015, Pence signed a bill called the Religious Freedom Restoration Act that "essentially legalized discrimination against homosexuals by businesses IN the state", the New Yorker reported.