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The loan waiver will include all agricultural loans including crop loans, horticulture loans, and medium-term loans availed by the farmers of Karnataka, the party promised. Moreover, pension will be given by the state government to pregnant women, differently abled people, senior citizens and widows. "JD (S) will stop the present practice of appointing retired officers to various positions in the state".
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    Mostly sunny, high near 88 Monday in Oklahoma City

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    Light southeast wind becoming south 6 to 11 miles per hour in the morning. South, southeast wind 10 to 13 miles per hour. Winds could gust as high as 23 miles per hour. SUNDAY: Partly cloudy and breezy with a 30% chance for thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy with a low around 66. Thursday: 20 percent chance of showers/thunderstorms after 1 pm, mostly sunny - high near 83.
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    Rosie O'Donnell May Have Serious Legal Trouble in Her Future

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    Campaign donation limits apply separately to primaries, runoffs and general elections. "If 2700 is the cut off - [candidates] should refund the money". $4,200 to Lauren Underwood , a Democratic congressional candidate, for her primary. O'Donnell donated a further $1,000 for Lamb's present marketing campaign for a unique congressional district, due to Pennsylvania's redrawn congressional map.
  • SC transfers Kathua gangrape and murder case to Pathankot

    SC transfers Kathua gangrape and murder case to Pathankot

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    The family members of the victim and lawyer representing them will continue to get security, further said the bench also comprising Justices DY Chandrachud and Indu Malhotra . Senior advocate Indira Jaising, who appeared for the victim's father, argued that the police had done a "good job". On 16 April, on the first day of the trial in Kathua before the district and sessions judge Sanjay Gupta, the accused pleaded not guilty and offered to undergo narco-tests to prove their innocence.
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    Stray dogs kill six children

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    On May 1, three children were mauled to death by dogs in villages of Khairabad area after which the district administration called a dog-catching team from Mathura to deal with the menace, officials said. But despite their best efforts, parents have stopped sending their wards to schools in Khairabad where about five children were mauled to death by stray canines since May 1.
  • 6 killed in strikes on Yemen capital: Medical source

    6 killed in strikes on Yemen capital: Medical source

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    At least half a dozen civilians have been killed and dozens more wounded after two airstrikes carried out by warplanes of a Saudi-led military coalition hit the office of the presidency in the Yemeni capital of Sana'a. He said the rockets were launched from northern Yemen toward "populated areas" of Saudi Arabia, but were intercepted overnight without any casualties or damage.
  • 'Remember Alabama:' Trump Cautions WV Not To Vote Blankenship

    'Remember Alabama:' Trump Cautions WV Not To Vote Blankenship

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    Senate seat. "We need to win in November". He also calls McConnell " cocaine Mitch ", apparently a reference to cocaine being found aboard a ship owned by a company founded by Chao's father. Blankenship, the former CEO of Massey Energy, is one of six GOP candidates vying for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Joe Manchin , a West Virginia Democrat.
  • Vladimir Putin's fourth term to launch amid crackdown on opposition

    Vladimir Putin's fourth term to launch amid crackdown on opposition

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    Putin was re-elected as the president of Russian Federation with more than 76 percent votes amid allegations of widespread irregularities by some worldwide observers. The result came amid allegations of election violations, including ballot-box stuffing and forced voting. Mr Putin boasts an approval rating of around 80%.
  • Palais de Tokyo art gallery art gallery welcomes naked visitors

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    The first opening of a Paris gallery to nudists followed the creation previous year of a naturist zone in the Bois de Vincennes park in the east of the city. According to the association, which has 88,000 followers in Paris alone, there are 2.6million naturist practitioners in France . Naturists. are pushing past barriers, taboos or mentalities that were obstructive'.
  • Devin Nunes: AG Jeff Sessions should be held in contempt of Congress

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    According to the Washington Examiner , Nunes sent a classified letter two weeks ago to Sessions that was never acknowledged, followed by a subpoena last week. And then lo and behold, we get accused of, we're going 'to destroy the nation's ability to keep it secure'". CNN reported Friday that Nunes threatened to hold Justice Department officials in contempt of Congress on several occasions for failing to turn over sensitive documents related to the Russian Federation investigation only ...
  • Man found dead in the median of 291 Highway in Lee's Summit

    Man found dead in the median of 291 Highway in Lee's Summit

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    According to police, initial witness reports indicated that two men were fighting beside the road, outside their vehicles. Witnesses told police that Harter had been arguing with another person before his death and a second vehicle had been stopped in front of Harter's truck.
  • Miracle recovery: Boy revives after parents decide to donate his organs

    Miracle recovery: Boy revives after parents decide to donate his organs

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    Reindl said she is just thankful her son is alive. Trenton McKinley, of Cellular, Alabama was hospitalised two months in the past after a small utility trailer he was in flipped over. "It was unfair to keep bringing him back, because it was just damaging his organs even more". However, one day before doctors were set to take him off life support, McKinley began showing signs of brain activity.
  • Deputy shot after dispute over cat, Highlands sheriff's office says

    Deputy shot after dispute over cat, Highlands sheriff's office says

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    The nine-year veteran of the force had recently rejoined the Highlands County Sheriff's Office in February 2017, according to a post on the sheriff's office Facebook page showing his swearing-in ceremony. This is an unimaginable tragedy for our agency. Florida Governor Rick Scott spoke out about the shooting on Twitter. Ables was suspected of shooting the neighbor's cat.
  • Minor flooding expected as Mississippi River rises

    Minor flooding expected as Mississippi River rises

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    Flood stage is 17.0 feet. At 25 feet, low-lying areas and some roads along the river begin to flood and private sanitary sewers may experience problems. Heavy rain for the last few days is leading to some flooding in rivers in northeast Iowa. The river is expected to continue to fall below flood stage by Thursday morning.
  • Widow of Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo 'ready to die' over house arrest

    Widow of Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo 'ready to die' over house arrest

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    Liu Xiaobo died of lung cancer last July in a hospital in northeastern China , a month after he was granted medical parole from a 11-year prison sentence for "inciting subversion of state power". Liao also released a recording of a previous telephone conversation from April 8, when he encouraged a weeping Liu Xia to keep up hope and continue applying to leave China.