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Bigg Boss 11

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These are the characters played by the other housemates: Hina is Hiten's sister, Priyank Sharma , Luv Tyagi are Hiten's brother. It so happened that during the initial days, Zubair and Arshi got engaged in a disgusting verbal fight. Sapna and Bandgi play the judges. The very impressionable Arshi was under the impression that Hina decided she would Google Arshi's Pune-Goa case the first thing when she steps out of the house. Read More »

Padmavati banned in Gujarat too, CM doesn't want law and order situation

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Reports are that Kshatriya community leaders from BJP have apparently written to the Chief Election Commissioner demanding the stalling of " Padmavati " release ahead of Gujarat elections. Asked if he had seen the film, he said, "The makers of the film should screen it for those who are protesting against it and resolve the issue". However, it did prove to be helpful to curb the protests. Read More »

NC Highway Patrol stresses safe driving during holidays

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Criss Turnipseed. If you know that you will be consuming alcohol, be responsible and designate a sober driver before the festivities begin. So the Ohio State Highway Patrol will have increased presence on the roadways. Turnipseed urges drivers to pay attention and be considerate of other drivers during the busy traveling period. "It's simple - safety belts save lives and reduce injury in crashes", Colonel Paul A. Read More »

Park Service Extends Comment Period for Proposed Fee Hike

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Under the proposal, peak-season entrance fees would be established at 17 highly visited national parks . The higher fees would apply during the five busiest, contiguous months. "We are here today because the Park Service plans to nearly triple the entrance fees at the 17 most visited and most iconic national parks across the country - including Mt". Read More »

Dayton on Possible Lawmaker Resignations, Franken Allegations

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Another 33 per cent in Franken's home state say he should quit, and 36 per cent think he should wait to see what a Senate Ethics Committee investigation into his behavior concludes. Franken has apologized for his actions. 'It was wrapped tightly around my butt cheek, ' she said then. According to CNN, she posted the photo on Facebook shortly after the incident and commented about the incident, " Al Franken TOTALLY molested me!" The House Ethics Committee said it has initiated an ... Read More »

Adelaide Catholic school covers up 'potentially suggestive' statue with tarp

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Dominic, as originally reported, but is in fact St. Martin de Porres , a follower of St. Dominic. The school, which teaches boys from nursery up to year 12, actually had to cover up the statue with a black sheet after all the hoopla. He established an orphanage and a children's hospital. He was beatified by Pope Gregory XVI in 1837 and canonised by Pope John XXIII in 1962. St. Martin de Porres is the patron saint of mixed-race people, barbers, innkeepers, public health workers and anyone ... Read More »

US Judge permanently blocks Trump's sanctuary city order

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The Trump administration has already appealed Orrick's original, temporary order to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. And even if the president did have the power to set grant conditions without congressional authorization, this order did so in an overly broad manner that would "commandeer" state and local governments, whether or not the money involved was in any way related to immigration enforcement. Read More »

Accountability court resumes hearing against Sharif family

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Maryam submitted a request asking the court to alter her exemption period, seeking to be absent from December 5 to January 5, 2018, Dawn online reported. On Tuesday, the PML-N government had managed to block the opposition's move in the National Assembly to prevent a disqualified person from heading a political party, and paved the way for deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif to continue calling the shots in the ruling party. Read More »

Kezia Dugdale to donate I'm A Celebrity salary to charity

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We've got a pretty serious job to do, people out there are struggling and there's huge pressure on public services and that's the job we should be doing. On giving some of her fee to charity, Dugdale said: "I haven't settled what portion. yet as there are lots of things I have to do like pay taxes". Instead Ms Dugdale will be interviewed by party chiefs once she has returned from her spell on I'm A Celebrity ... Read More »

Brahmos test fired from Sukhoi jet, boost to IAF's prowess

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Defence sources said the aircraft will take off from an air force base in West Bengal and fire the missile against a target over the Bay of Bengal. Brahmos is the two-stage missile engine fired up and launched towards the intended target at the Bay of Bengal. Read More »

USA declares attacks on Myanmar Rohingya Muslims as 'ethnic cleansing'

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He said the USA would consider targeted sanctions against individuals deemed responsible for the violence, but he was not advocating broad-based economic sanctions against the entire nation. Two months earlier, just a few weeks after the violence erupted, UN Human Rights Chief Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said Myanmar's military operation was a "textbook example of ethnic cleansing". Read More »

Rukhmabai Raut's 153rd birthday celebrated with a Google Doodle

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After her return in 1894 as India's earliest and first practicing woman doctor, Rukhmabai plunged into medical practice in hospitals, initially in Surat and from 1918 in Rajkot, in the erstwhile Bombay Province. - Once she had neared 20 years of age, Dadaji appealed the Bombay High Court to have her move in with him. Her articles were published under the name of 'A Hindu Lady '. Read More »

Bus conductor, jailed initially in Pradyuman murder case, released

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Mohit Verma, lawyer for Ashok Kumar, moved the court on November 16 for bail to the accused. Additional District and Session Judge Rajni Yadav granted bail to Ashok on furnishing a Rs 50,000 bail bond. But the CBI gave him a clean chit. Haryana Police arrested Kumar few hours after Pradyuman's body was discovered in the school's bathroom. "There were a lot of differences between findings of CBI and Haryana Police". Read More »

Gujarat Assembly polls : Hardik Patel says Congress has accepted Patidar's demands

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Patel also managed to paper over the cracks in his PAAS, assiduously encouraged by the BJP with its president, Amit Shah, now parked in Gujarat. "In the name of reservation, Congress has given a "lollipop" to Hardik". "The BJP has a 200-crore budget to break PAAS (his political outfit) and sponsor some independent candidates to break Patidar votes". Patel alleged the BJP was participating in "horse-trading" as it fears it will be defeated. Read More »

SC lacks the lethal injection drugs needed to execute inmate

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The state's injection protocol requires three drugs. He said other states that have passed a shield law are able to obtain the drugs necessary for lethal injection. "So here we are at a dead stop and we can't do anything about it unless and until our legislature enacts the shield law". States that are in similar situations have switched to a one-drug lethal injection, used compounding pharmacies to create or mix drugs, and looked to new cocktails. Read More »

Mueller probing Kushner's 2016 attempts to block UNSC settlement resolution

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Days after Comey was dismissed, Trump justified his firing during an interview with NBC News: "I said to myself, I said you know, this Russian Federation thing with Trump and Russian Federation is a made-up story". Prior to the election, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with both presidential candidates, Trump and Democratic contender Hillary Clinton. The Washington Post reported earlier this year that Mueller was looking into the Kushner's business dealings and finances. Read More »

Korea, China hold talks

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He, known as a close aide and speech writer for Chinese President Xi Jinping, is expected to meet with South Korean Vice Foreign Minister Lim Sung-nam on Wednesday. The delegation is led by He Yiting, executive vice president of the Communist Party's top education institute. Air China last cancelled flights to North Korea in April, citing low customer demand, but resumed them soon after. Read More »

'Butcher of Bosnia' Ratko Mladic Sentenced to Life in Prison for Genocide

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Mladic was removed from the court after he obstructed the sentencing proceedings with an angry outburst as the judge delivered the verdict. The Chamber found that Mladic meant to carry out the objective of the Srebrenica JCE by destroying the Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica, by killing the men and boys and forcibly removing the women, young children, and some elderly men. Read More »

Irish Unionists warn Irish PM not to threaten the United Kingdom over Brexit

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THE EU dramatically ramped its Brexit demands for even more cash and Irish border pledges to give the green light for crucial trade talks to start next month. May's spokesman said the PM had been "engaged with the Taoiseach throughout this process". Last night Theresa May's official spokesman said: "we are working hard to find that unique solution we need for the border situation, we think we are making good progress". Read More »

Thanksgiving weather cooperates with cold, fair conditions expected

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Temperatures will begin to moderate by Friday under a ridge of high pressure. Quiet weather for any shopping plans Friday . Winds will decrease this evening, along with the temperatures. A cold front will pass through CT on Saturday . While eastern Mass. does have the chance for some early afternoon showers, the general trend will have the rain lighten past the lunch hour. Read More »

John Lennon's Stolen Iconic Glasses And Personal Diary Was Discovered In Germany

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They said a second suspect living in Turkey is now "not available". German police on Monday arrested a 58-year-old man in Berlin on suspicion of handling stolen items from John Lennon's estate, including the late Beatle's diaries. One of the diaries recovered was Lennon's last diary that ended on the day he was shot and killed in NY on 8 December, 1980. The Berlin police was alerted after they were found by the administrator for a bankrupt auction house, which had previously valued ... Read More »

Finland stands out among European nations in PISA problem solving test

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Students may be falling behind in maths, science and reading but according to the PISA , when it comes to working in a group to solve problems, Australian 15-year-olds are among the best. This was better than across OECD countries, where on average 28 per cent of students perform below this level. The classroom environment seems to influence how well students work together. Read More »

Hafiz Saeed to walk free, Pak court orders release of 26/11 mastermind

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Rejecting the Pakistan government's plea to extend his detention for another three months, the board today ordered the immediate release of Hafiz Saeed . Saeed was under house arrest after December 6. A large number Saeed's supporters who had gathered at the Lahore High Court shouted slogans to show their support to the terrorist. Read More »

Saudi Arabia a threat to Lebanon:Jack Straw

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He also called on Saudi Arabia to drop its boycott of the Gulf Arab nation of Qatar, which has warm ties with Iran. On the ground, however, Iran-backed militias, including Hezbollah, played a key role in defeating the jihadis in all three countries. Read More »

US Navy aircraft with 11 on board crashes into ocean off Okinawa

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The Defense Ministry says it had no information on their condition. "A United States Navy aircraft carrying 11 crew and passengers crashed into the ocean southeast of Okinawa", a statement from the Navy said. It was taking part in an ongoing joint U.S. -Japan naval exercise. Earlier this year, the Vice Adm. Joseph Aucoin was relieved of his duty as the commander of the USA 7th Fleet, following a spate of incidents. Read More »

3-member team to probe allegations against Gurugram hospital

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The hospitals claims that it had explained the bill and handed it over to the family before they left. The Total Bill for the 15-day duration of hospitalization was Rs 15,79,322/-. Fortis denied any wrongdoing and said that the family was informed of Adya's critical condition and was counselled every day. When News Today contacted the offices of the Indian Medical Association - Tamil Nadu State Branch, the officials in charge said, "In case any unethical practices or issues of patients ... Read More »

United States congrats Bhandari on re-election to ICJ

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Bhandari received 183 of the 193 votes in the General Assembly and secured all 15 votes in the Security Council to fill the final vacancy on the Hague-based ICJ after separate but simultaneous elections were held at the United Nations headquarters. Read More »

Three African elephants pulled from tractor trailer fire on highway

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The tractor was on fire, but the trailer that was carrying the elephants was not. The owners were able to get the elephants out of the trailer. They were able to be removed from the trailer safely after it caught on fire. "An African elephant! There were actually three of them". The elephants were reloaded and taken to Sarasota, where they'll spend the winter. The elephants weren't injured and several drivers were amazed to see the animals hanging out on the side of the road. Read More »

Warning of 50mph winds across East Anglia tomorrow

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A Met Office spokesman said: "Gusts of 65 to 70mph are expected along exposed coasts and over high ground such as the mountains of Wales, the Moors of South West England and the Pennines". Winds are expected to ease gradually, moving east during the night. Scotland faces heavy snowfall and 75mph winds which forecasters expect to strike the United Kingdom tomorrow. Read More »

Youth Congress's Classist 'Chaiwala' Modi Meme Triggers Huge Backlash

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The meme, posted on the official Twitter handle of the Youth Congress online magazine Yuva Desh , was a photograph of Modi, US President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May in conversation. The Youth Congress on Tuesday came under flak for a tweet that made a derogatory and personal attack on Prime Minister, on his back ground as a tea vendor. Read More »

Trump Re-Designates North Korea As A 'State Sponsor' Of Terrorism

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Yes, the latest news from Pyongyang is that He Of Wide-Legged Trousers has tried to increase his control over the people by banning gatherings which involve drinking and singing. Despite its agreement with Japan to share military intelligence previous year, South Korea has limited the scope of information-sharing to only those related to North Korea's nuclear and missile programme, a Japanese newspaper said on Sunday (Nov 19). Read More »

Everything you need to know about the investigations into the Brexit campaign

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On Nov. 21, Britain's Electoral Commission opened its fourth current investigation into the activities of those who successfully campaigned for Britain to leave the European Union in a 2016 referendum. The election watchdog today launched a new probe into spending by Brexit campaigns with questions over why Vote Leave gave £625,000 to activist Darren Grimes. Read More »

Nuggets Paul Millsap out three months due to wrist surgery

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X-rays were negative, but The Vertical's Shams Charania says further testing showed the need for surgery. However, Malone was not the only Nugget thrown out of the game, with star big man Nikola Jokic ejected for a verbal response to his coach's dismissal. Read More »

David Haye's rematch with Tony Bellew postponed due to arm injury

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The two were scheduled to clash on December 17 at London's O2 Arena, but ESPN is reporting the fight is now off. Matchroom say they will try to stage Bellew-Haye 2 on either March 24 or May 5. "I've had a tough camp with a lot going on in my life but was ready to repeat my win". After the fight Haye, the former unified cruiserweight world champion, had surgery to fix his Achilles. Read More »

Another senator quits over dual citizenship

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Mr Xenophon resigned from the Senate earlier this year after concerns he could be a dual citizen but was later cleared. Senate votes from 2016 will be recounted to decide on a replacement for Kakoschke-Moore. She also introduced legislation to make it illegal for predators who lie about their age to children to make attempts to meet them, known as Carly's law . Read More »

Mueller's Team Investigating Kushner's Contact With Foreign Leaders

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Trump is trying to pretend like the Russian Federation investigation doesn't exist, but it was reported that special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating Jared Kushner's contacts with foreign leaders. In an 11-page statement provided to the Senate Intelligence Committee in late July detailing his Russian contacts during the campaign and transition period, Kushner said he "did not recall" the meeting with Veselnitskaya and Akhmetshin until he began "r reviewing documents and emails in ... Read More »

Federal Bureau of Investigation offering reward for information about Border Patrol agent's death

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When other agents arrived, they found the men unconscious and took them to a hospital. Cabrera said agents who responded to the scene described it as "grisly" and said Martinez and his partner had "extensive injuries". Buie further stated, "We've been processing every lead". We will seek out and bring justice those responsible. Sadly, Border Patrol Agent Rogelio Martinez succumbed to his injuries and died in the early morning hours of Sunday, November 19, 2017. Read More »

Suspected New York Bike Path Attacker Charged

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He could face the death penalty for nine of these counts. The indictment includes charges that he provided material support to the Islamic State ( ISIS ), and also includes a number of offenses that could carry the death penalty if convicted. Read More »

Over 100 Shabab Militants Killed in US Airstrike in Somalia

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The raid on the camp 125 miles northwest of Mogadishu, the capital, was co-ordinated with Somalia's central government, the Pentagon said. The official, who was not authorized to speak to reporters on the record and discussed the matter on condition of anonymity, said senior al-Shabab commanders were among the dead. Read More »

Battlefield 1 Turning Tide Expansion Will Be Available in December

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The date was accidentally posted to the official website over the weekend, but today's news confirms it at any rate. New maps Cape Helles and Achi Baba will be released on December 11 and see players 'take part in the 1915 British amphibious assault of the Gallopoli peninsula, ' according to EA's blurb. Read More »

Christmas tree shortage may cause price hike

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Throughout the farm.thousands of trees can be found.from Fraser Firs to Canaan Firs and Douglas Firs.there's one of every shape and size. He said the economic recession of 2008 forced some Christmas tree farms to temporarily scale back production. Read More »

Indonesia's Mount Agung volcano erupts

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Flights could be affected if any volcanic ash invades Bali airspace , but local authorities are urging calm and vigilance. The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry's Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Centre (PVMBG) said in a statement that the height of the smoke exceeded 700m from the peak of the mountain. Read More »

Celebrations as Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe resigns

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Mugabe had ruled Zimbabwe nearly unopposed since the country won independence from Britain. Even though Mugabe was rooting his heels when confronted with military tension to step down, he ran out of ways to keep power, he lost his domestic and worldwide aid. Read More »

Second US judge halts Trump ban on transgender troops

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In July, President Trump surprised military leaders and members of Congress when he announced the proposal in a series of tweets . Back in July, the president had announced his intention to ban transgender military members from serving "in any capacity", citing "tremendous medical costs and disruption" as the main reasons for the change. Read More »