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This has not gone down well with the Congress, which is ruling the state. Palienkar had used the expletive "haraami" to describe Kannadigas while alleging that Karnataka was illegally diverting water from Mahadayi River. The minister had visited the project site after demand for Mahadayi water sharing in North Karnataka regained momentum. "The third volume contains specific arguments on various legal issues such as non-compliance of Karnataka to various statutory provisions and the ...
  • Snow today followed by unsafe wind chills

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    A Winter Weather Advisory was issued for Will, Grundy and Kendall Counties beginning at 6 p.m. Sunday until noon on Monday . The normal high temperature for mid-January in the Shoals is 50 degrees, with the normal low at 31, according to weather service data.
  • Qatar military plane intercepts UAE civilian aircraft

    Qatar military plane intercepts UAE civilian aircraft

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    The state-run Wam news agency said the flight was a regular, scheduled service and travelling on a known flight path that met all required and internationally recognised approvals and permits. Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain have closed air, sea and land links to Qatar and prevented Qatari aircraft from using their respective airspace.
  • Bloody fight in Russia's Perm school: 13 injured

    Bloody fight in Russia's Perm school: 13 injured

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    The ages of the victims and their conditions were not immediately known. But the regional Investigative Committee branch later said that it was a fight between two students with knives and that teachers and other students tried to break it up.
  • India crush Bangladesh by 10 wickets in Blind World Cup

    India crush Bangladesh by 10 wickets in Blind World Cup

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    Ajay Gariya (B2 - blind level two), who scored 54 off 29 balls and struck six boundaries, was adjudged as the Man of the Match. For Pakistan Md Jamil (B3) and Captain Nisar Ali (B3) had partnership of 137 Runs for the 3rd wicket before skipper Nisar Ali was bowled by Ajay Reddy for 63.
  • Pochettino: Kane will break all Premier League & England records

    Pochettino: Kane will break all Premier League & England records

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    Kane , whose 39 goals in 2017 saw him top Alan Shearer's record for league goals scored in a calendar year, has started 2018 in the same vein. Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino believes Harry Kane is on course to break all the scoring records in top-flight English football, after setting his latest landmark on Saturday.
  • Palestinian Unity In Doubt Before Summit On Jerusalem

    Palestinian Unity In Doubt Before Summit On Jerusalem

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    Palestinian officials have said they will not meet U.S. Vice President Mike Pence when he visits Egypt, Jordan and Israel this month. Israel claims the West Bank as part of its own territories with Jerusalem as its capital after the Israeli government approved the construction of thousands of settlement units in Jerusalem and the West Bank.
  • World media struggle to translate Trump's Africa insult

    World media struggle to translate Trump's Africa insult

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    Trump said on Twitter on Friday that he merely used "tough" language when discussing a new immigration bill with a group of USA senators. But Democratic Senator Dick Durbin - who was present at the meeting - publicly pushed back, saying Trump had repeatedly used "vile and racist" language.
  • US President Donald Trump insists he is not a racist

    US President Donald Trump insists he is not a racist

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    I'm not a racist". Last February, the president said during a press conference at the White House that he was "the least anti-Semitic person you've ever seen in your entire life". "He said these hate-filled things". The policy was rescinded by Trump in September but has given the Congress to come out with a policy in six months time on the fate of some 800,000 individuals, many of whom are Indian or South Asian descent.
  • Passengers safely reach shore after Florida boat catches fire

    Passengers safely reach shore after Florida boat catches fire

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    They said the boat was going to a casino in global waters. All 50 passengers were on board the Sun Cruz Port Richey Casino when the fire broke out at around 4:20 p.m. ABC Action News reported that 15 passengers were taken to the hospital, but the conditions of those people are unknown. A cause of the fire has not yet been released.
  • Drew Brees has an up-and-down performance in Saints' Divisional Round loss

    Drew Brees has an up-and-down performance in Saints' Divisional Round loss

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    And then, Case Keenum . It looked as though the Eagles would face the Saints , but a miraculous pass from Case Keenum to Stefon Diggs punched Minnesota's unlikely ticket to the NFC Championship. That was more than enough time for Brees, the sure-bet Hall of Famer with a Super Bowl ring and all kinds of records. The idea behind "Seven Heaven" was for Keenum to hit the furthest receiver down field, have that player get out of bounds and bring out the field goal unit to kick the ...
  • Death toll from California mudslides rises to 19

    Death toll from California mudslides rises to 19

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    Overall, 28 people were injured. "The unstable environment remains a critical threat to civilians and responders", it said. The Marin team, with an eight-vehicle fleet, prepared Thursday afternoon to conduct a search of a residential area.
  • Modi receives Netanyahu at airport, says visit 'historic'

    Modi receives Netanyahu at airport, says visit 'historic'

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    The decision was taken to give a fillip to 25 years of diplomatic ties between Indian and Israel. ExternalAffairs Minister Sushma Swaraj met the Israeli leader on Sunday. This helps us with security, the economy, trade, tourism and many other aspects. "This is a great blessing for the State of Israel", he said. External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar underlined that Modi had departed from protocol to receive Netanyahu.
  • Government urged to act amid fears of Carillion collapse

    Government urged to act amid fears of Carillion collapse

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    Sources claimed that Theresa May was resisting a government bailout, although Conservative Party chairman Brandon Lewis has not ruled it out. But Mr Lewis told the BBC's Andrew Marr show yesterday that the government had contingency plans in place in case the firm went into administration and denied any wrongdoing.