• Rahul Gandhi grades Modi 'F' for performance in Karnataka's agri sector
Rahul Gandhi grades Modi 'F' for performance in Karnataka's agri sector

BJP has declared to make congress mukth Karnataka and mission 150 to gain entry into south of India. The JDS is contesting the Assembly elections in an alliance with Mayawati's BSP, which the Karnataka party hopes will be able to corner a substantial portion of the state's 24 per cent Dalit votes.

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  • Plane crashes into road moments after take-off - police confirm 'no survivors'
Plane crashes into road moments after take-off - police confirm 'no survivors'

The C-130 is a transport workhorse for the USA military , and Parsons described the crashed aircraft as a cargo plane . They were aboard the C-130 plane when it came down beside a highway intersection near the local airport in the coastal city of Savannah.

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  • Strong tornadoes possible in central U.S.; warmup arrives on East Coast
Strong tornadoes possible in central U.S.; warmup arrives on East Coast

Temperatures from the Midwest to much of the Northeast will be almost 10 to 15 degrees above average. Another round of severe weather is possible for Wednesday, but the threat becomes more widespread across northeast Kansas. You'll want to monitor conditions closely with us online, on air and via the Storm Team 12 app Tuesday, but the more expand...

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  • Armenian opposition leader's supporters gathering in Yerevan ahead of voting
Armenian opposition leader's supporters gathering in Yerevan ahead of voting

However, a spokesman for the Republican Party, Eduard Sharmazanov said earlier that should three opposition's factions support Pashinyan's nomination the RPA would not stonewall the election. Mr Sargsyan, who had served 10 years as president, stepped down on 23 April just days after being sworn in as PM. The Armenian Constitution dictates that pa...

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  • Ruling party 'will not block' protest leader as Armenian PM
Ruling party 'will not block' protest leader as Armenian PM

Pashinyan, a former journalist turned lawmaker, has said parliament must elect him prime minister on May 1. A spokesman for the HKK said the party decided not to nominate its own candidate in order "to avoid confrontation and destabilization of the country".

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  • Amazon to employ 3000 people at new Vancouver facility
Amazon to employ 3000 people at new Vancouver facility

Republican Gov. Charlie Baker and Democratic Boston Mayor Marty Walsh both praised the announcement, with Walsh calling it a "tremendous vote of confidence" in the city's economy. With state-of-the-art amenities and an easily accessible location for its employees, Amazon's new Development Centre will sit above a city landmark .

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  • Mosque blasts kill at least 27 in northeast Nigeria
Mosque blasts kill at least 27 in northeast Nigeria

Earlier police said about 24 people had been killed and more than a dozen were hurt. "The mosque's roof was blown off. Immediately after the prayers, he detonated the bomb", he said. The insurgents changed the town's name to Madinatul Islam, or "City of Islam", during their occupation. The military and civilian militia ousted the extremists fro...

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  • Sao Paulo tower building catches fire, collapses
Sao Paulo tower building catches fire, collapses

The building used to house the Brazilian federal police, but had been abandoned for years. Video shot from a nearby structure showed flames spitting out of the lower and middle floors of the affected building before it suddenly collapsed.

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  • Imam Khamenei: US Aware of Consequences of Military Action against Iran
Imam Khamenei: US Aware of Consequences of Military Action against Iran

Elsewhere in his remarks, Ayatollah Khamenei said the enemies have resorted to economic war after realizing the futility of military action against Iran. Yet on Monday, Iran's deputy foreign minister Abbas Araghchi hinted that Tehran might leave the agreement first, arguing that it is "no longer sustainable for Iran in its present form, without...

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  • John Kelly: Reports I Called Trump An Idiot 'Total BS'
John Kelly: Reports I Called Trump An Idiot 'Total BS'

Women in particular feel rattled by Kelly's comments because he's also told aides multiple times that women are more emotional than men , according to NBC News. But numerous media reports suggest that he has been marginalised as Trump wearies of being controlled and seeks to cut loose. The president shouted at Kelly after the chief of staf...

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  • Sainsbury's, Asda merger to form largest United Kingdom grocer
Sainsbury's, Asda merger to form largest United Kingdom grocer

Sainsbury's said it will retain both the Sainsbury's and Asda brands, and it has no plans to close stores. Another loser was global miner Glencore, down almost 5 percent after subsidiaries in the Democratic Republic of Congo were served freezing orders for alleged unpaid royalties of almost $3 billion by a company affiliated with Israeli bil...

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  • Did Michelle Wolf Kill the White House Correspondents' Dinner?
Did Michelle Wolf Kill the White House Correspondents' Dinner?

I didn't want to cater to the room. Cuomo interviewed Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union, who tweeted that he and his wife, Mercedes Schlapp, director of strategic communications at the White House , walked out of the dinner.

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  • Mueller Wants To Question Trump On Comey, Flynn And Obstruction
Mueller Wants To Question Trump On Comey, Flynn And Obstruction

The agencies said in a 2017 report that Russian Federation engaged in a targeted effort to influence U.S. voters through propaganda and other means, in order to swing the presidential election in Trump's favor. Imagine if we'd known then just a fraction of what we know now, like the November 2015 email exchange between Felix Sater, a Trump associ...

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  • Russian President, South Korean Leader Discuss, Praise Korean New Deal
Russian President, South Korean Leader Discuss, Praise Korean New Deal

And though, at first, the loud music was considered a nuisance, now K-pop in North Korea is welcome the country's Supreme Leader himself, Kim Jong-un. Last year, North Korea tested its most powerful nuclear weapon to date and demonstrated the theoretical ability to strike the USA with an intercontinental ballistic missile.

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  • Trump campaign reportedly spent over $225K on Cohen's legal fees
Trump campaign reportedly spent over $225K on Cohen's legal fees

Several weeks ago, she revealed a sketch on ABC's " The View " that she said depicts the man who warned her in 2011 to stay quiet about a 2006 tryst with Trump. But the lawsuit also cites Trump's ability to reach millions of people directly via his Twitter account, something Trump himself has bragged about.

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  • Asda and Sainsbury's in 'advanced' merger talks
Asda and Sainsbury's in 'advanced' merger talks

Sir Vince Cable , leader of the Liberal Democrats and the former business secretary, said the CMA "must investigate" any deal after it emerged the companies were in advanced talks. That deal increased Tesco's buying power by creating a food group with sales of £57.5bn. A deal would be likely to require the blessing of the Qatar Investment Aut...

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  • Indian govt hands over Red Fort to private company
Indian govt hands over Red Fort to private company

A Union tourism ministry statement said the pact was "only for the development, operations and maintenance of tourism amenities in and around Red Fort ". "If they are spending money, there is nothing wrong in taking credit for it", he said. "Under the project, 31 agencies referred as "Monument Mitras" have been approved so far to adopt 95 monu...

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  • Sen. Tester Claims He Was Only Doing His Job
Sen. Tester Claims He Was Only Doing His Job

One of the allegations against Jackson is that he got drunk at a Secret Service going-away party and wrecked a government vehicle. After earlier suggesting that Jackson drop out , Trump leapt to Jackson's defense on Saturday, even calling for Tester's resignation .

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  • A Judge Just Dismissed Paul Manafort's Lawsuit Challenging Mueller's Appointment
A Judge Just Dismissed Paul Manafort's Lawsuit Challenging Mueller's Appointment

The attorneys later withdrew those requests and focused their arguments on any future charges. The New York Times reports that criminal charges of money laundering, bank fraud, tax evasion are pressed against Manafort. election and whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation to influence the outcome. Kevin M. Downing, one of M...

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  • Bellator MMA Grand Prix
Bellator MMA Grand Prix

The loss snapped a five-fight win streak for Emelianenko, who hadn't tasted defeat since his days in Strikeforce - though Emelianenko also had a three-year retirement from July 2012 until December 2015. He will meet Chael Sonnen in his next Bellator Heavyweight Grand Prix match-up. Putin has attended numerous Emelianenko fights in the past. "...

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  • Oil rises on possible Iran sanctions and declining Venezuelan output
Oil rises on possible Iran sanctions and declining Venezuelan output

New York-traded West Texas Intermediate crude futures tacked on 9 cents to $68.14 a barrel by 08:00 GMT. Still others noted that the US dollar hitting its highest level since mid January did little to damage crude's performance this week: "Oil has had a very good week so far given what the dollar has done", said Bill Baruch , president of Blue ...

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  • IN congressman calls for Trump to receive Nobel Peace Prize
IN congressman calls for Trump to receive Nobel Peace Prize

Even though we understand that the Nobel committee doesn't award its Peace Prize on the grounds of achievement , it's a novel idea worth sharing. Rep. Graham credited Trump with pressuring North Korea into the historic deal , which would end the war with the South and set a goal for denuclearizing the peninsula.

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  • Coalition air strike on Yemen's Sanaa kills Houthi leaders
Coalition air strike on Yemen's Sanaa kills Houthi leaders

The rebels have been locked in a war since 2015 with a Saudi-led military alliance fighting to restore the internationally recognised Yemeni government to power. It also came as newly-appointed US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was scheduled to land in Riyadh for meetings including talks on the Yemen conflict.

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  • Jammu and Kashmir's Kathua rape case: SC to resume hearing
Jammu and Kashmir's Kathua rape case: SC to resume hearing

A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra considered the plea of the accused, that they be impleaded as parties to the petition filed by the victim's father. "As such, the victim's family itself is satisfied with the probe conducted by the SIT", it said, adding that pursuant to the court's order, the advocate representing the vict...

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  • Trump says hands-off approach to Justice Department could change
Trump says hands-off approach to Justice Department could change

I may change my mind at some point. As noted by Vulture , Trump's interview also included comments about his recent celebrity endorsements from musicians Shania Twain and Kanye West. "He represents me, like with this insane Stormy Daniels deal", Trump said during the call. You know how when you're really worked up, you call a best frie...

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  • Who are the 'Incels'? The involuntary celibates who want women punished
Who are the 'Incels'? The involuntary celibates who want women punished

And 2. The entire premise of their entitlement-that these men who so very clearly despise women-genuinely seem to believe they are "nice guys". But in online culture, " incel " means more than just a support group for the lonely and shy - it refers to a specific, insular, self-radicalized community with roots in the anti-feminist, misogynist " ma...

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"Schoolhouse Rock!" Composer Bob Dorough Dead at 94

Although Dorough began his career as a composer and jazz musician, his most well-known work came during his tenure as musical director of ABC's " Schoolhouse Rock! ". From there, they branched out into grammar, American history - to coincide with the U.S. Bicentennial - and science. Dorough continued performing, but in the 1990s started noticing ...

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  • Asaram Bapu convicted in minor rape case
Asaram Bapu convicted in minor rape case

After arriving at the Jodhpur Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Court at around 8 am, judge Madhusudan Sharma moved proceedings to a courtroom on the jail premises, where the order was delivered. Apart from rape, he was also facing charges of murder, black magic, to name a few. They expressed hope that Asaram will get the bail. "We were livin...

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  • Judge shoots down Trump DACA decree in big win for Dreamers
Judge shoots down Trump DACA decree in big win for Dreamers

Bates on Tuesday called the government's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program " virtually unexplained " and therefore "unlawful". Bates ruled that the government's "meager legal reasoning" - and the threat of a lawsuit - did not justify terminating the program. Judge Titus's District of Maryland ruling upholding the e...

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  • CPI(M) veteran Sitaram Yechury re-elected as party's General Secretary
CPI(M) veteran Sitaram Yechury re-elected as party's General Secretary

It also came after months of wrangling on the draft political resolution. Yechury's re-election was announced a few days after the CPM ruled out his proposal for forging a secular alliance with the Congress party. This gambit took the Karat camp by surprise. There have been differences between Yechury and Karat camps over the party's politi...

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