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At the premises Westminster court, Vijay Mallya said, "Yes It is my democratic right to vote in Karnataka but conditions of my bail are such that I can not leave the UK". (G.N.S) DT.27 Flamboyant businessman Vijay Mallya's extradition hearing in London court is nearing its end, Hindustan Times reported. Arbuthnot, however, said the documents were admissible.
  • Bombers trained near South China Sea, Japan: USAF

    Bombers trained near South China Sea, Japan: USAF

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    U.S. Air Force B-52 bombers have carried out training in the vicinity of the South China Sea and the southern Japanese island of Okinawa, the Air Force said on Friday, in what a Chinese newspaper linked to China's drills near Taiwan. "The US can not prevent [China from] exerting military pressure on Taiwan", the newspaper said. Chinese officials have also denounced the recent passage of a US law encouraging more high-level government contacts with Taiwan, saying that violates USA ...
  • TS SSC results 2018 delayed, check new time here

    TS SSC results 2018 delayed, check new time here

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    Some of the private websites like examresults.net, indiaresults.com are also showing the results . As per the latest news, the TS SSC Class 10th Results for Telangana Board would be released tomorrow, April 27, 2018 but in late evening - most probably by 7 pm.
  • Evacuation order lifted in Superior following refinery blast

    Evacuation order lifted in Superior following refinery blast

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    No details were available on the extent of damage to the refinery. But they felt confident based on data they had gathered overnight, to support the evacuation order being lifted. The US Chemical Safety Board has deployed a four-person team to investigate the incident. The corridor downwind to the south of the refinery is sparsely populated.
  • EU, US police cripple ISIS media outlets across several countries

    EU, US police cripple ISIS media outlets across several countries

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    A joint EU-US-Canadian operation has disabled several Islamic State (IS) group mouthpieces in a sweeping, multinational attempt to severely disrupt the terrorist organisation's propaganda flow, Europol said Friday. In the context of the EU Internet Forum, the EU IRU proactively monitors online propaganda activities of the listed jihadi terrorist organisations in the EU on a daily basis, including related websites, servers and applications disseminating IS propaganda.
  • Memorial grows on Outer Banks beach for boy swept out to sea

    Memorial grows on Outer Banks beach for boy swept out to sea

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    One shell read, "Your OBX family is praying for you". We will pass all of them along to the family. A Chesapeake man went out on his paraglider to fly above the ocean in search of the child. Corolla, Dare County, and Kill Devil Hills rescue squads are now working the case. A rescue vehicle on the beach at Kitty Hawk, NC . An unidentified New Hampshire boy was carried out to sea after being swept up by a rogue wave on Kitty Hawk Beach in North Carolina just before 4 p.m.
  • European Union bans use of pesticides harmful to bee (3)

    European Union bans use of pesticides harmful to bee (3)

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    Since 2013, three neonicotinoids - Bayer's imidacloprid and clothianidin, and Syngenta's thiamethoxam - have been prohibited in the European Union . This decision doesn't change the fact that farmers will continue to face challenges to maintain sustainable and productive cropping systems and the pest problems that neonicotinoids helped farmers tackle have not gone away.
  • Sanders praises teacher walkouts in 'so-called red state'

    Sanders praises teacher walkouts in 'so-called red state'

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    The first $40 million from the marijuana excise tax goes directly to that fund school improvement. But numerous more than 50,000 educators and supporters who rallied Thursday at the Capitol said the governor's officer falls flat. "To parents, I understand the pain and pressure caused by today's strike". Legislators must increase the state's cost of living allowance for retirees to encourage more people to enter the teaching profession, the CEA said.
  • Labour activist expelled after verbal attack on MP at anti-Semitism event

    Labour activist expelled after verbal attack on MP at anti-Semitism event

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    Mr Wadsworth, who said he deplored "anti-Semitism, anti-black racism, Islamophobia and all forms of prejudice, bigotry and discrimination", told Sky News the decision was a "travesty" and a "huge injustice". A union boss has accused Labour MPs of "working overtime" to portray the party as a "morass of misogyny, anti-Semitism and bullying". Chris Williamson, a former Labour frontbencher and close ally of Jeremy Corbyn, attended the hearing into the case as a character witness for Mr Wadsworth.
  • Karnataka polls: BJP poses 10 questions to Congress

    Karnataka polls: BJP poses 10 questions to Congress

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    While Rahul Gandhi is expected to campaign in Karnataka till May 10, PM Modi will wind up his electioneering two days ahead of the deadline. Earlier today, the Chief Electoral Officer of Karnataka released a list of 40-star campaigners each for The Congress and The BJP.
  • Seven schoolchildren stabbed to death in northern China

    Seven schoolchildren stabbed to death in northern China

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    Sociologists have blamed the attacks on schools and young children on the stresses caused by a society undergoing rapid change, with rising inequality and huge pressures on young people to compete and succeed. A video posted by The Paper, a daily, on video-sharing website Miaopai.com shows two or three bodies lying on the ground in a narrow lane. Police are seen running and later frogmarching a man down the street.
  • Infosys may hire more than 2000 at IN hub

    Infosys may hire more than 2000 at IN hub

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    The announcement made in the presence of the US Vice President Mike Pence comes a year after the company announced that it would establish an innovation hub in Indianapolis . Education Center will combine classroom-based and immersive, real-world learning focused on key competencies such as user experience, cloud, big data, and core technology and computer science skills.
  • Liga may have been strangled to death, say police

    Liga may have been strangled to death, say police

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    The DNA report has confirmed that the body belonged to Liga. The directions were issued by commission acting chairperson P. Mohanadas on a petition by a human rights activist. The Inspector General of Police Manoj Abraham and Thiruvananthapuram police commissioner Prakash could not be reached immediately. "Only the forensic examination will tell us more about the nature of injuries", he said.
  • Number of active Facebook users increased despite scandals

    Number of active Facebook users increased despite scandals

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    Reuters reported that Facebook has seen a 63 percent rise in profits, as well as an increase in users. The report showed the number of people using Facebook monthly rose 13 percent from a year ago to 2.2 billion as of the end of last month, despite concerns that users would abandon the network following the misuse of data by Cambridge Analytica .