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Rahul said that the every institution is corrupted under the Modi government. Rahul has been a parliamentarian for 15 years. " Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today ripped right into primary Minister Narendra Modi's government, criticising it upon multiple issues because he established his year long " Save Constitution campaign "." the Congress leader spoke of farmers, corruption, women and required a 15-minute debate at Parliament while the plan has been viewed into the Dalit community.
  • Half-brother accuses 'phoney' Meghan Markle of 'forgetting' family

    Half-brother accuses 'phoney' Meghan Markle of 'forgetting' family

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    The 51-year-old window fitter was arrested early last year for allegedly pointing a gun to his girlfriend's head during an argument. She is acting phoney. "That's what Meg wants, but I don't think that's going to happen". Kenyan LGBT activist Jonah Chinga also spoke to the royal couple, saying, "Both Prince Harry and Miss Markle said they would put LGBT issues at the front of their work".
  • 'I Adore Her': In Houston, Mourners Celebrate Barbara Bush's Life

    'I Adore Her': In Houston, Mourners Celebrate Barbara Bush's Life

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    One lady drove through the night all the way from Florida to pay her respects to Mrs. Barbara was married to George H.W. Bush , the country's 41st president, for 73 years and together the couple had six children over a span of 13 years. Jessica Queener works in special education and wears a cochlear implant to help her with her hearing loss. The former First Couple have also attended numerous Oaks' live shows, most often at the Opera House in Galveston, Texas.
  • Sen. Chuck Schumer To Introduce Weed Decriminalization Bill

    Sen. Chuck Schumer To Introduce Weed Decriminalization Bill

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    It would remove marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act, allowing states to enact whatever marijuana policies they choose. You can read all of Schumer's interview with Vice News here. A Reuters/Ipsos poll conducted past year showed marijuana legalization or decriminalization was popular, especially among young people. Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., waged a battle against the Trump administration this year after Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded an Obama-era memorandum that ...
  • Impeachment motion against CJI could have been avoided: Ashwini Kumar

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    Singh was kept out, because of his stature as former PM. Section 124 (4) of the Constitution outlines the process of impeachment for the Chief Justice of India on the ground of "proven misbehaviour or incapacity". He further added, "The process had begun nearly a month ago during the second part of the Budget Session". However, the Supreme Court rejected the petition and said that it will wait for Attorney General's reply on the matter.
  • Yuma E. coli outbreak: 5 confirmed cases in Arizona, new warnings issued

    Yuma E. coli outbreak: 5 confirmed cases in Arizona, new warnings issued

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    The CDC has the full details on the outbreak warning here. "No common grower, supplier, distributor, or brand has been identified at this time", the CDC said. The symptoms of eating E. coli infected vegetables include stomach cramps, (bloody) diarrhea and vomiting. The CDC and state health officials have spoken to the people who got infected.
  • Putin warns 'chaos' will ensue if West strikes Syria again

    Putin warns 'chaos' will ensue if West strikes Syria again

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    Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova hit back, calling the accusation "very surprising" and saying that Russia had supported the inspection. It is now under Syrian and Russian military control. Syria, Iran and Russian Federation blamed Israel for that attack. The reported attack led to Western airstrikes against the Syrian government over the weekend.
  • In Berlin evacuated about 10 thousand people

    In Berlin evacuated about 10 thousand people

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    The main problem could be the transport, because it will have to close for a few hours the main station of the capital from 10 am (no walk trains, trains, metro and buses within a radius of 800 m). The deactivation of the bomb is scheduled to begin at 11.30am but it is not known how long it will take. Flights from Berlin's Tegel airport are not affected but passengers have been warned that public transport to the city's two airports - Tegel and Schoenefeld - would be disrupted .
  • Senate Panel Tees Up Mueller Protection Bill Despite Headwinds

    Senate Panel Tees Up Mueller Protection Bill Despite Headwinds

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    Trump's frustrations over the Mueller investigation have become increasingly public since the FBI's raid on Michael Cohen. "I answered this question I'll bet about 10 times", Chairman Charles E. The compromise was introduced this month by Republicans Lindsey Graham of SC and Thom Tillis of North Carolina and Democrats Chris Coons of DE and Cory Booker of New Jersey, as President Donald Trump asserted that he has the authority to fire the man investigating connections between ...
  • Israel at 70: A time for gratitude and concern

    Israel at 70: A time for gratitude and concern

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    On Tuesday, Israel closed all exits from the West Bank for two days, citing security concerns. Israel chose Wednesday evening to begin celebrating the 70th anniversary of its founding on May 14, 1948. Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman praised the guards for their alertness and for "thwarting a large terror attack on Independence Day". We will hunt down the despicable people who planned this attack.
  • Sen. Duckworth makes history, casts vote with baby on Senate flo

    Sen. Duckworth makes history, casts vote with baby on Senate flo

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    While it was voted in unanimously, the new Senate rule didn't go without concerns, particularly from a bunch of the male Senate Republicans, according to the Associated Press . The rule had passed without objection - but there had been plenty of grumbling about babies threatening the Senate's cherished decorum. Still, her presence was felt.
  • Liverpool release ticket information for Champions League 2nd leg at AS Roma

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    That's the view of Sky Sports pundit Paul Merson. "I was here with Chelsea , didn't get my chance, and then came back". Luckily for Liverpool , they took a gamble on him last summer, with Jurgen Klopp previously admitting that he wasn't his first choice signing, but the club's transfer committee pushed the deal through.
  • Virat Kohli: England are an explosive T20 side

    Virat Kohli: England are an explosive T20 side

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    Despite that first over and the sixth that went for only four, Mumbai made 60 off the Powerplay. He also praised the performance of his bowlers Mitchell McClenaghan, Krunal Pandya and Mayank Markande . From then on, it was the Rohit Sharma show as he, along with cameos from Krunal (15 off 12) and Hardik Pandya (17 off 5) propelled the Mumbai Indians to a mammoth 213 for 6 in their 20 overs.
  • USA wildfires leave two dead in Oklahoma

    USA wildfires leave two dead in Oklahoma

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    National Weather Service meteorologist Doug Speheger said such conditions haven't been seen in at least a decade. Temperatures are projected to reach the mid-90s with humidity below 10 percent and winds gusting to 40 miles per hour (64 kph).
  • Ariana Grande's Cryptic Tweet Has Got Everyone Confused

    Ariana Grande's Cryptic Tweet Has Got Everyone Confused

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    Time to get excited Arianators - Ariana Grande has officially confirmed details of her new single, called No Tears Left To Cry . It's the only news that could have possibly rescued us from the mid-April blues, and we're shrieking at the top of our lungs.
  • Saudi Arabia Celebrates Cinema Grand Opening With 'Black Panther'

    Saudi Arabia Celebrates Cinema Grand Opening With 'Black Panther'

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    Authorities welcomed guests at an invitation-only screening Wednesday evening of the movie in a concert hall that's been converted into a cinema complex in the capital, Riyadh. The kingdom says there will be 300 cinemas with around 2,000 screens built by 2030. "Saudis see movies right now, they love movies, but they watch them at home, they stream them, or they travel outside the kingdom to see movies".
  • Trump Lawyer Secretly Represented Conservative TV Host

    Trump Lawyer Secretly Represented Conservative TV Host

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    It is still unclear what kind of legal services Cohen provided Hannity. "Not one of any issue I ever dealt with Michael Cohen on ever - ever - involved a matter between me and any third party", Hannity added. I did have occasional brief conversations with Michael Cohen-he's a great attorney-about legal questions I had, or I was looking for input or perspective.
  • Bon-Ton Stores going out of business after liquidators win bid

    Bon-Ton Stores going out of business after liquidators win bid

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    The Bon-Ton stores at the Phillipsburg, Trexler and Stroud malls were already slated to close. In South Dakota, this affects three Herberger's (Rapid City, Aberdeen and Watertown) and a Younkers store in Sioux Falls. Bon-Ton has been in Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection since early February. We continue to offer a broad assortment of national and private brand fashion apparel and accessories for women, men and children, as well as cosmetics and home furnishings, just as we always have.
  • Ex-USA First Lady Barbara Bush dies at 92

    Ex-USA First Lady Barbara Bush dies at 92

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    Barbara Bush talks with Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney at Former President George H.W. Bush's office on March 29, 2012 in Houston , Texas. Bush will be missed. As first lady, her principal persona as a devoted wife and mother contrasted in many ways with her peer and predecessor, Nancy Reagan, and her younger successor, Hillary Clinton, both of whom were seen as more intimately involved in their husbands' presidencies.
  • Syrian war will go on despite Western strikes

    Syrian war will go on despite Western strikes

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    Russian missile defense systems were not used. There is no reason to believe that the "overall erosion of the use of chemical weapons will change". "Experts from the chemical weapons committee enter the town of Douma", state news agency SANA wrote, referring to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).