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The MNS blamed Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam for inciting hawkers against the MNS, as hours before the alleged attack, Nirupam held a public meeting with Malad vendors. According to reports, more than 100 hawkers attacked a group of 15 party workers, led by local divisional chief Sushant Malavade. "Does the Mumbai Congress just wants to be known as a party for North Indians or it also wants Marathi people to vote for it...
  • Giant-killer Nishimoto stands between Srikanth and French Open title

    Giant-killer Nishimoto stands between Srikanth and French Open title

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    Indian ace shuttler Kidambi Srikanth continuing his brilliant run in 2017 won his 4th Super Series title of the year by racing past Japan's Kenta Nishimoto at the finals of the Dollars 325,000 tournament in Paris . "[Nishimoto] played really well throughout this week", Srikanth said. The Indian appeared to have forgotten that she possessed a telling smash that has troubled every one of her current antagonists on the world circuit.
  • Minister under probe for asking secretary to buy sex toys

    Minister under probe for asking secretary to buy sex toys

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    Mr Hunt said Theresa May would also be writing to Commons Speaker John Bercow to ask for his advice on how the culture at Westminster could be changed. International Trade Minister Mr Garnier is quoted by the Mail on Sunday as saying he does not deny the allegations and would "take it on the chin", suggesting crude comments he made to his secretary had been taken out of context.
  • 'Greater Jerusalem' bill endangered by USA opposition

    'Greater Jerusalem' bill endangered by USA opposition

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    It aims to solidify the city's Jewish majority, but stops short of formal annexation, making the practical implications unclear. Known as the "Jerusalem Bill", the bill would annex 19 Israeli communities located on land captured in the 1967 war that the Palestinians claim for their state-in-waiting to the municipality of Jerusalem.
  • Attacked With A Hammer, ATM Guard Foils Robbery Bid In Goa

    Attacked With A Hammer, ATM Guard Foils Robbery Bid In Goa

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    Despite being hit on the head multiple times by a hammer, a courageous ATM security guard foiled a robbery attempt being unarmed and barefoot! The shocking video was released by news agency ANI, in the video, the guard can be seen trying to catch hold of the robber, while the robber continuously striking the guard with the hammer.
  • Taiwan president lands on USA soil in face of protests from Beijing

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    Starting Saturday, Tsai will visit the Marshall Islands, Tuvalu and the Solomon Islands, which are among just 20 of the nations worldwide that recognise Taiwan as a country. China suspects Tsai wants to push for the formal independence of Taiwan, a red line for Beijing. In January she stopped over in Houston and San Francisco on her way to and from Latin America, visiting the headquarters of Twitter, which is blocked in China.
  • Man dressed as Santa Claus shoots people at Halloween party in Texas

    Man dressed as Santa Claus shoots people at Halloween party in Texas

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    Police arrived at the scene, in a central Austin neighborhood not known for violent crime, shortly after 6 a.m. A fourth person was hurt at the scene but refused treatment. Police eventually arrested the suspect without incident. The Austin Fire Department and the Department of Public Safety also responded to the call.
  • Rahul Gandhi's dog tweet irks Assam minister

    Rahul Gandhi's dog tweet irks Assam minister

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    Rahul Gandhi was oblivious and more interested in feeding biscuits to Pidi, Sarma, then a Congress leader, claimed, as per Financial Express . Earlier in the day, Rahul posted a video on Twitter of his dog being fed biscuits and wrote, "Ppl been asking who tweets for this guy.I'm coming clean.it's me.Pidi.I'm way than him".
  • Uttar Pradesh: 5-year-old dies after being hit by minister's convoy

    Uttar Pradesh: 5-year-old dies after being hit by minister's convoy

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    Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath announced a relief of Rs 5 lakh for the kin of the deceased and asked the office of the director general of police to submit a detailed report on the incident. "I didn't go back to the spot as I was already 25 km away". The vehicle which hit the boy was not part of my cavalcade. Angered locals and relatives of the child staged a protest in the middle of the road after the vehicle did not stop even after hitting the child.
  • Kurdistan dream collapses, Barzani not to remain President

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    A plan to divide up the president's powers was outlined in a letter Barzani sent to the Kurdish parliament on Saturday, which it will discuss on Sunday, the official said. Of particular concern was the provocative decision to hold the referendum in areas historically disputed between Baghdad and the Kurds , including Kirkuk - an oil-rich province that Kurdish peshmerga forces seized during a chaotic withdrawal of Iraqi forces in the face of an Islamic State onslaught.
  • 57 pounds of unneeded medications collected, center continues drug take-back

    57 pounds of unneeded medications collected, center continues drug take-back

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    Residents got the opportunity to stop by the Cub Foods parking lot and drop off expired or unused medications, no questions asked. "We want to get these disposed of the proper way", Officer Castro said. "Today is drug take back day and citizens are bringing in prescriptions that are in their medical cabinets, their pantries around their house and they're turning them in to be destroyed by the DEA", Herdman said.
  • Golmaal Again earns Rs. 153 crores at BO

    Golmaal Again earns Rs. 153 crores at BO

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    As for Rs. 175 crore, it would be crossed before the second week is through which would bring the film into a zone from where its journey towards the Rs. In fact, the ghost's angle in the film also tickle your amusing bones. Ajay Devgn and Parineeti Chopra's laughter riot further minted Rs 28.50 crore and Rs 29 crore on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
  • David Miller smashes fastest Twenty20 worldwide hundred

    David Miller smashes fastest Twenty20 worldwide hundred

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    His effort shaved a full 10 balls off the previous world record, 45 balls by Richard Levi for South Africa against New Zealand in Hamilton in 2012 . South Africa's total was the joint 13th highest in T20 internationals with Miller's century and opener Hashim Amla hitting 85 off 51 balls. It was scratchy at the start of my innings, towards the end it was sweet.
  • Rouhani says Iran will continue to produce missiles

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    Washington's call for negotiation with North Korea is a "ridiculous story" because when you have failed to remain committed to an agreement you earlier signed, you'd better refrain from talking about a new deal, the Iranian president added.