• Lalu Prasad convicted in fourth fodder scam case

    Lalu Prasad convicted in fourth fodder scam case

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    In 2013, Prasad was convicted in the first fodder scam case involving withdrawal of Rs 37.7 crore from the Chaibasa treasury and sentenced to five years in jail . He was sentenced by a special CBI court to three-and-a-half years of rigorous imprisonment, even though former CM Jagannath Misra was acquitted. 42 Judges from across are participating in the two-day training programme conducting at the judicial academy in Ranchi .
  • Asean, Australia summit ends with rebukes against protectionism

    Asean, Australia summit ends with rebukes against protectionism

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    Southeast Asian leaders urged adoption of a code of conduct for the South China Sea at the end of a special summit hosted by Australia, sending a message meant to be heard in China. Trump withdrew the United States from the TPP a year ago. "It would ensure, on the back of the TPP-11, that the Indo-Pacific continues to be the fulcrum of open and free trade", Turnbull underlined.
  • Anger as Ukraine doesn't allow Russians to vote

    Anger as Ukraine doesn't allow Russians to vote

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    Two days before the date of the Russian presidential election, Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said the police and paramilitary National Guard would block Russian citizens living in the country from voting in diplomatic missions. Canada, Estonia and Norway also expressed their position on non-recognition of Crimea elections. Avakov said in his Facebook post that "as of today, the Russian Federation has not abandoned its unlawful intentions".
  • North Korean media silent on potential talks with Trump

    North Korean media silent on potential talks with Trump

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    Trump earlier this month stunned many observers by agreeing to meet the North Korean leader following months of spiralling tensions on the Korean peninsula over Pyongyang's nuclear programme. South Korea's national security chief Chung Eui-yong briefs US President Donald Trump at the Oval Office about his visit to North Korea, in Washington March 8, 2018.
  • SWEET 16 BOUND: Noles Upset No. 1 Xavier, 75-70

    SWEET 16 BOUND: Noles Upset No. 1 Xavier, 75-70

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    The Seminoles hit their final two free throws after a Xavier intentional foul, and then intercepted a deep inbounds pass - Xavier's sixth turnover since the five-minute mark in the second half - to complete the five-point upset win. For Florida State, Angola seemed to have caught his stride from the field, collecting 15 points, six rebounds and three assists. J.P. Macura led the Musketeers (29-6) with a game-high 17 points before fouling out.
  • Nice Weather on Monday, Snow Potential for Tuesday

    Nice Weather on Monday, Snow Potential for Tuesday

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    The chance of precipitation is 90 percent, with new snow and sleet accumulation of less than a half inch possible, the weather service said. The quiet weather pattern will continue across our area into Monday . The cause is a rogue coastal storm that could make its way up to New England from the mid-Atlantic Wednesday into Thursday. Farther north, snow totals will be less, with many areas only seeing a coating to an inch of snow.
  • Salisbury spy scandal will not affect Russian presidential election

    Salisbury spy scandal will not affect Russian presidential election

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    The pilot of the Turkish Pegasus Airlines Boeing 737-800 flying from Kharkiv to Istanbul reported that one of the passengers was carrying a bomb and demanding the plane to head towards Sochi. She was the only candidate to criticise Mr Putin . As per reports, Putin's claim that someone who is having a Russian citizenship can not truly be a Russian was highly condemned by the Jewish and other groups residing in Russia.
  • Lok Sabha adjourned amid uproar ; No-Confidence motion not taken up

    Lok Sabha adjourned amid uproar ; No-Confidence motion not taken up

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    Chandrababu Naidu on Friday discussed with party leaders the proposal to move the No-Confidence Motion against the Narendra Modi government . The plan of the government is like pushing AIADMK MPs to protest in the Speaker's well and ensuring that the Speaker does not take up the No Confidence Motions since the house is not in order.
  • Uber, Ola Drivers Join Forces For India's Biggest Strike For 'Cab Neutrality'!

    Uber, Ola Drivers Join Forces For India's Biggest Strike For 'Cab Neutrality'!

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    The maximum users of Ola and Uber cabs are college-goers, officer-goers. The impact of nationwide strike call by Uber and Ola drivers on Monday is likely to be limited and localised to Maharashtra, particularly Mumbai . At the time of calling the strike, the union had claimed that most cabs associated with the aggregators would remain off the road from Monday. 149 of CrPC (for unlawful assembly) against the Union leaders - Sanjay Naik, president, Arif Shaikh and Nitin Nandgaonkar of ...
  • Another explosion injures 2 men in Austin, Texas

    Another explosion injures 2 men in Austin, Texas

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    Police have not yet confirmed that information. Federal Bureau of Investigation agents were conducting interviews with some of them. The latest explosion comes less than a week after police said three package explosions that happened over 10 days were connected.
  • Spy poisoning: Experts to test nerve toxin

    Spy poisoning: Experts to test nerve toxin

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    But Mr Johnson hit back claiming that not only the UK Government has evidence of Russian Federation investigating the delivery of chemical weapons, but also that they have been creating and stockpiling Novichok. Yevgeny Roizman, the mayor of Russia's fourth-largest city, Yekaterinburg, told the Associated Press that local officials and state employees have all received orders "from higher up" to make sure the presidential vote turnout is over 60%.