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We have dreamers in this country, too. "We have a great chance to make a deal or, blame the Dems!" Republicans control both chambers of Congress, but need support from some Democrats to pass major bills in the Senate . Trump said previous year that he would end on March 5 a programme that was set up by former President Barack Obama to protect the Dreamers from deportation, and he urged Congress to act before that date.
  • Budget will strengthen New India: Modi

    Budget will strengthen New India: Modi

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    Jaitley also shed light on health, transport, and cryptocurrencies. "With Rs 2,000 crore corpus for agri-market development, support to organic farming, allocation of Rs 10,000 crore to fisheries and animal husbandry related infrastructure were the measures", he said.
  • Lotus to bloom in Tripura after Assembly polls: Rajnath Singh

    Lotus to bloom in Tripura after Assembly polls: Rajnath Singh

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    Underlining the fact that 66 per cent people in Tripura can not even afford a cycle, Singh, while addressing an election rally in Agartala , said, "If one compares present situation in Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh to what it was 15 years back, they'll know how development is done, they'll know what is the art of development, after 25-years of CPI (M)'s government, 66 percent of the people here can not even afford a cycle".
  • Hindu outfit seeks action over Meenakshi temple fire — Madurai

    Hindu outfit seeks action over Meenakshi temple fire — Madurai

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    Police said as many as five fire tenders were pressed into service to put out the flames. A huge posse of police personnel has been deployed in and around the temple. Mani, a flower vendor at the temple, said the mortar paste had peeled off at several places inside the Vasantharayar hall, while the paintings on the roof were destroyed.
  • S. African president faces top ruling party officials

    S. African president faces top ruling party officials

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    ANC deputy president David Mabuza will lead the top officials - secretary-general Ace Magashule, deputy secretary-general Jessie Duarte, chairman Mantashe and treasurer-general Paul Mashatile - at the meeting with Zuma. The timing of the motion of no confidence later this month took into account a busy Parliamentary schedule, including a February 8 State of the Nation address to be delivered by the president, according to Mbete's office.
  • 5-Year-Old Girl Burned and Permanently Disfigured in Voodoo Ritual

    5-Year-Old Girl Burned and Permanently Disfigured in Voodoo Ritual

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    The sisters also threatened to cut off the girl's 8-year-old brother's head with a machete, authorities said. Reportedly, the two women are also believed to have poured an unknown substance over the girl's eyes which caused them to sting. Along with her brother, the young girl was taken into custody by state welfare authorities. LaBossiere is accused of setting a stick on fire and blowing flames over the girl's face as her mum and Hilaire allegedly held her down.
  • Climate-change skeptic from Texas won't head up environmental agency

    Climate-change skeptic from Texas won't head up environmental agency

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    The Washington Post first reported late Saturday on the plans to pull White's nomination, citing two unnamed administration officials who had been briefed on the matter. Critics also pounced on her comments that using fossil fuels had "vastly improved living conditions across the world". White is a fellow at the Texas Public Policy Foundation.
  • U-19 WC: India resumes innings after rain stops play

    U-19 WC: India resumes innings after rain stops play

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    Desai hit the winning boundary, sending the team members and the packed crowd into frenzy. A Brief Biodata of Manjot Kalra . Young Prithvi Shaw-led India U-19 cricket team shaped a fine performance in the final of the ICC U-19 World Cup against Australia today.
  • North Korea: White House is Racist Billionaires' Club

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    This raises the troubling question of whether he might consider a strike against North Korea as a way out of his domestic political crisis . While all options remain on the table regarding the crisis with North Korea, a top USA diplomat stressed on Thursday that he believes that military action will likely not be taken.
  • 'Coldest Week Of Winter' Ahead But At Least It Will Be Sunny(ish)

    'Coldest Week Of Winter' Ahead But At Least It Will Be Sunny(ish)

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    Up to 3cm of snow could fall inland, mainly over hills above 100 metres, while many will start the working week to freezing temperatures between 0 C and -2 C. Wintry weather will hit the entire country - with most of the United Kingdom expected to see snow at some point. After a frosty start, a mixture of sunny spells and isolated wintry showers is expected.
  • North Korea slams Donald Trump's State of the Union address

    North Korea slams Donald Trump's State of the Union address

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    Could more surprises lie ahead? The nation's leaders were eager to build global prestige and saw the Winter Games as a chance to become one of only a handful of countries that have hosted a "trifecta" of worldwide sports events: The World Cup took place in South Korea and Japan in 2002, and Seoul hosted the Summer Games in 1988.
  • PLO to halt recognition of Israel

    PLO to halt recognition of Israel

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    In a statement, the PLO urged Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas "to begin devising plans to disengage from the Israeli occupation authorities at the political, security, economic and administrative levels", the official Palestinian news agency WAFA reported .
  • Watch this year's Super Bowl commercials

    Watch this year's Super Bowl commercials

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    According to the poll , which surveyed 900 adults from January 13-17, 48 percent of those who answered said they would convince a child who wanted to play football to play another sport because of concerns about concussions. "I've been laughed at and kind of ridiculed". Just two days before this year's Super Bowl, an shows that Americans are sharply divided on whether they would encourage a child who wanted to play football to choose a different sport because of growing concerns about ...