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Shahid Kapoor " s awe-inspiring announcement about arrival of his second child with wife Mira Rajput Kapoor was met with wide appreciation on social media platforms. He is very worth all of the applause and admiration; he is really a very talented boy", he explained. "He is working really hard and I am proud of him", he said.
  • North Korea's nuclear crisis is far from concluded, says Trump

    North Korea's nuclear crisis is far from concluded, says Trump

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    In an earlier tweet, the president criticized NBC journalist Chuck Todd for suggesting that the US had given ground to North Korea in negotiations. North Korea has its own propaganda loudspeakers at the border, but a defence ministry official said he could not verify whether the North had stopped its broadcasts.
  • Rockies Blow Cubs High With Bounce Back 5-3 W

    Rockies Blow Cubs High With Bounce Back 5-3 W

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    ET. Arenado was initially called safe and then was ruled out on a video review that ended a 9-7 win for the Chicago Cubs on Sunday. Jose Quintana is getting the nod for the visiting Cubs . LeMahieu seemed to enjoy hitting left-handed pitching at home in 2017, slashing.410/.484/.564 over 91 such plate appearances (his overall season line was.310/.375/.409).
  • G7 leaders seek common front on Russian Federation stand-off

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    The G7 has also blamed Russia for a nerve agent attack on a former Russian double agent and his daughter last month in Britain. "There was a G7 unity on opposing Russia's malign behavior", said the State Department official , who spoke on condition of anonymity on April 22, the first day of the G7 foreign ministers' two-day meeting in Toronto .
  • Family accuses Mossad of killing Palestinian in Malaysia

    Family accuses Mossad of killing Palestinian in Malaysia

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    Al-Batsh's father said that he accuses Israel's intelligence agency, Mossad, of being behind his son's killing and called on the Malaysian authorities to look into who carried out the "assassination" as soon as possible. Israeli media reported that he was also deeply involved in the Hamas drone development project. GAZA , Palestinian Territories - The death of a Palestinian teenager during protests along Gaza's border with Israel sparked condemnation and worldwide calls for restraint on ...
  • Attack of the wild: The snake, the bear and the shark

    Attack of the wild: The snake, the bear and the shark

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    Despite the life-threatening ordeal, McWilliams said he isn't giving up his adventurous ways any time soon. And last week while swimming in Hawaii, he was attacked by a shark. "This black bear grabbed me by the back of the head, and I was fighting back, poking it in the eye until it let me go", Dylan describes vividly. As to the rattlesnake, he had been taught during Search and Rescue training that 60 percent of bites are "dry bites" that did not contain any venom.
  • IndyCar race quickly back under red flag

    IndyCar race quickly back under red flag

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    Josef Newgarden started and stayed up front to that point. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Josef Newgarden applauded IndyCar's decision not to risk 16 more minutes on a treacherous, rain-soaked track , even though he could have been the biggest beneficiary.
  • Defending Champion USA Advances to Second Straight Fed Cup Final

    Defending Champion USA Advances to Second Straight Fed Cup Final

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    Coco Vandeweghe of the U.S. in action against Kristina Mladenovic of France during their match of the Fed Cup World Group semi final tie between France and the United States in Aix-en-Provence, southern France, 21 April 2018. For the second singles rubber, U.S. Captain Kathy Rinaldi substituted CoCo Vandeweghe for world No. 13 Madison Keys with Keys going on to clinch the tie for the U.S.by defeating French No.
  • Trump Denies Making Concessions to N Korea: Crisis 'Long Way From Conclusion'

    Trump Denies Making Concessions to N Korea: Crisis 'Long Way From Conclusion'

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    In a statement responding to developments overnight, the Foreign Office (FCO) said it hoped Kim Jong Un's announcement indicated a willingness to negotiate with world leaders. But Corker offered caution. So far in this potential summit, North Koreans have gotten a lot out of it. He added on ABC's & "This Week" it& 's unrealistic to presume & "some one's going to really go in and charisma" Kim out of keeping his weapons.
  • U.S. to impose new sanctions on Russian Federation over Syria

    U.S. to impose new sanctions on Russian Federation over Syria

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    It is reported Vloomberg. The White House said on Monday it is considering additional sanctions on Russian Federation following a suspected poison gas attack in Syria, but has not made a decision yet. With such instability in the White House, Congress must assert itself, and inform Mr. Trump that he can't use the military for his erratic whims, especially when no immediate threat to the United States exists.
  • Drug Take-Back day April 28

    Drug Take-Back day April 28

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    Drop-offs can be made between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.at the Pocono Mountain Regional Police Department at 2454 Route 940 in Pocono Summit and the St. Luke's University Health Network Monroe Campus on Route 611 in Bartonsville. Rates of prescription drug abuse in the US are alarmingly high, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs. Studies show that two out of three teenagers who misused pain relievers say they got them from family and friends, including their ...
  • Indian government considering death penalty for child rapists

    Indian government considering death penalty for child rapists

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    India's cabinet Saturday approved the ordinance amending laws on sexual violence to allow for capital punishment for those convicted of raping children below the age of 12, the official said. India launched fast-track courts and a tougher rape law that included the death penalty after a gruesome assault on a young woman shocked the country in 2012, but crime statistics indicate the situation has got worse, not better, since then.
  • There's still time to see the Lyrid meteor shower

    There's still time to see the Lyrid meteor shower

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    Thatcher has a relatively stable orbit so every year when Earth and Thatcher's orbits intersect, we get to see the Lyrid meteor shower. A spectacular celestial show is in the offing as scientists expect the Lyrid meteor shower to peak shortly before dawn on April 22.
  • Southwest gives $6k to every customer on deadly flight

    Southwest gives $6k to every customer on deadly flight

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    European and USA airline regulators have ordered mandatory inspections within 20 days of aircraft engines similar to one involved in a fatal Southwest Airlines accident. The FAA is requiring inspections to be completed within the next 20 days . He could not say if the incident indicated a fleet-wide issue with the Boeing 737-700.
  • City of Newnan braces for neo-Nazi rally Saturday

    City of Newnan braces for neo-Nazi rally Saturday

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    Burt Colucci, a member of the National Socialist Movement , told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution there was no particular reason Newnan was chosen for the rally. "We are at war with the illegals". Residents' fears about the rally stems from the Charlottesville, Virginia, white nationalist event in August 2017.