• Madhya Pradesh Becomes First State With January to December Fiscal Year
Madhya Pradesh Becomes First State With January to December Fiscal Year

The cabinet decision was made public by the minister for public relations and government's official spokesperson, Dr Narottam Mishra. He pointed out that the financial year - as per Income Tax Act, Companies Act and Goods and Services Tax (GST) Act - is still from April to March.

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  • Dallas paramedic shot, suspect found dead with 2nd body
Dallas paramedic shot, suspect found dead with 2nd body

With the wounded evacuated and the suspect believed to be barricaded inside his home, police shut down roads and blocked access to the area until the SWAT team arrived and used a robot to search Brown's home. Police believe the shooting started as a dispute between the suspect and the gunshot victim. The person's condition is unknown. Dallas ...

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  • Trump takes first step towards H-1B visa reform
Trump takes first step towards H-1B visa reform

The order does nothing specifically to NAFTA for now, but a senior Trump administration official said the US will be doing analysis on the deal to see if it's meeting the "Trump standard of fairness and reciprocity". Studies show that for every H-1B position requested, USA technology companies increase their employment by five workers. "There is a ...

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  • North Korean official vows frequent missile tests as tensions escalate
North Korean official vows frequent missile tests as tensions escalate

Here's how events have unfolded. On Monday, Pence traveled to the tense Demilitarized Zone dividing North and South Korea, where he warned North Korea's leaders that after years of testing the US and South Korea with its nuclear ambitions, "the era of strategic patience is over".

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  • Aussie's arrest in Colombia aims light on foreign drug mules
Aussie's arrest in Colombia aims light on foreign drug mules

Cassie is now weighing up whether or not she should plead guilty to the drug smuggling charges and hope to lessen a possible 25 year sentence, according to her mum. He said she helped manage a commercial cleaning business with national and global clients. "She was with somebody she had met that could speak English and she was sightseeing, he was ...

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  • Swimmer injured in shark attack at Southern California beach
Swimmer injured in shark attack at Southern California beach

She loves the ocean and made a decision to join her boyfriend in the water when she was bitten by a shark. Dave Flynn, spokesperson for Scripps Memorial Hospital, said he could not confirm the shark attack and could not give out any information on a patient's status because of privacy laws.

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  • US service member fighting in Iraq killed by blast near Mosul
US service member fighting in Iraq killed by blast near Mosul

The US soldier died outside Mosul, the embattled city in northern Iraq that coalition forces are attempting to wrest back from Daesh control, after an explosion that happened on Saturday. Since Friday, the women and girls from the group had been receiving lodging, clothing, medical and psychological aid in Duhok, a Kurdish city north of Mosul, said...

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  • Russian relations 'may be at an all-time low'
Russian relations 'may be at an all-time low'

China, which has also vetoed several resolutions in the past along with Russian Federation, abstained on this one, a move welcomed by President Donald Trump at a White House news conference. After the US launched a Tomahawk missile barrage on a Syrian air base last week, Russian Federation announced that it was suspending observance of the memorand...

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  • North Korea carries out 'large-scale' artillery drill, South Korea says
North Korea carries out 'large-scale' artillery drill, South Korea says

North Korea has responded with a concerted campaign to denounce the USA through organizations and groups at various levels, including a Foreign Ministry spokesperson's statement and Korean Asia-Pacific Peace Committee spokesperson's statement on April.

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  • Sean Spicer apologises amid uproar over Holocaust remark
Sean Spicer apologises amid uproar over Holocaust remark

And House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi of California said in a statement Tuesday that Spicer was "downplaying the horror of the Holocaust" and should be fired. "President Trump has got to fire Sean Spicer ". MSNBC corrected Spicer on-screen when he falsely claimed that Hitler didn't use chemical weapons in World War II.

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  • Trump softens stance on border wall funding
Trump softens stance on border wall funding

Both Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill are said to be against paying for the wall, especially as Mr Trump insisted during his election campaign that the bill would be paid by Mexico. The administration could drop subsidies to help reduce out-of-pocket costs for low-income Americans, which could destabilize the health-insurance market.

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  • Campbell Is Recalling Chicken Soup After Packaging the Wrong Product
Campbell Is Recalling Chicken Soup After Packaging the Wrong Product

The company says certain cans of "Campbell's Homestyle Healthy Request Chicken with Whole Grain Pasta" may contain milk that's not labeled on the product. Campbell Soup Company is voluntarily recalling approximately 300 cases of Campbell's Homestyle Healthy Request Chicken with Whole Grain Pasta soup.

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  • White House names new Secret Service director
White House names new Secret Service director

He is now acting deputy commissioner of Customs and Border Protection. Alles has also led the Air and Marine Operations division of the customs agency, which has more than 1,000 agents, according to the agency's website. "General Alles is being called upon to use all his command and managerial skills to address the cultural and operational issues n...

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  • Trump to commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day
Trump to commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day

He concluded with a strong message of American-Israeli solidarity and thanked his audience for helping to fulfill "the dream of Israel for millions, a dream that burned in the hearts of oppressed and fallen, and which now draws the breath of life from a joyous people each and every day".

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  • Anti-Semitic incidents rose in Fla. last year
Anti-Semitic incidents rose in Fla. last year

In the first three months of this year, the number of anti-Semitic incidents in the USA was 86% higher than the same period last year, says a new report. "Clearly, we have work to do and need to bring more urgency to the fight", Greenblatt said to the Los Angeles Times . "The continuation of the widespread increase, sometimes dramatic, in verb...

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  • Senate set to confirm Sonny Perdue as agriculture secretary
Senate set to confirm Sonny Perdue as agriculture secretary

Department of Agriculture Secretary of Agriculture", said MFBF President Kevin Paap. He has owned several agricultural businesses, but isn't related to or affiliated with the food company Perdue or the poultry producer Perdue Farms. Members of the Agriculture Committee have a lot of work to do over the next two years, including reauthorization of t...

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  • Rare White House briefing called over escalating situation in North Korea
Rare White House briefing called over escalating situation in North Korea

The briefing comes as Washington and Pyongyang exchange repeated threats toward one another after missile and nuclear tests by North Korea. Trump , who called the leaders of China and Japan during the weekend, told U.N. Doing so, of course, comes with a huge price, as while the USA has downplayed North Korea's ability to retaliate with nuclear w...

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  • Entire US Senate to Meet With Top Trump Officials Over North Korea
Entire US Senate to Meet With Top Trump Officials Over North Korea

House aides are reportedly trying to set up a briefing for their members as well. It's not unusual for select groups of the legislative body to meet with the President, or White House staff, but meeting with the entire collective of Senators is.

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  • North Korea parades around a bunch of dicks for founder's birthday celebration
North Korea parades around a bunch of dicks for founder's birthday celebration

The official added that if the USA shows any sign of "reckless" military aggression, Pyongyang is ready to launch a pre-emptive strike of its own. On Wednesday, the Global Times , a Chinese media organ loosely connected to the Communist Party leadership, threatened that Beijing could severely limit oil shipments to North Korea if its does not ...

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  • Four lightly wounded in Tel Aviv terror attack
Four lightly wounded in Tel Aviv terror attack

The incident in Tel Aviv occurred along its popular seaside promenade. Others died during clashes and protests. Four people were wounded in an apparent terror attack at a hotel on the Tel Aviv beachfront by a Palestinian teen armed with wire-cutters, police said Sunday.

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  • Arkansas execution plan again thrown into doubt
Arkansas execution plan again thrown into doubt

The Arkansas Supreme Court cleared the way for Lee's execution earlier Thursday, overturning an injunction that blocked the use of a lethal injection drug. "I pray this lawful execution brings closure for the Reese family", Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said in a statement . Another state judge granted such an order last week, but he was qu...

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  • Louth shop ready for 10th Record Store Day
Louth shop ready for 10th Record Store Day

Record Store Day started in 2007 as a way to "celebrate and spread the word about the unique culture surrounding almost 1400 independently owned record stores in the US", according to its website. Customers should have a wish list ready, Crain said, and "I'll pull one of everything they want". Cade: In the earlier years, that was definitely th...

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  • Rams provide a look at how they learned their schedule
Rams provide a look at how they learned their schedule

It will then be finally when we know the exact date of their London showdown against the Los Angeles Rams. It marks their third time overseas in London since the league began doing so in 2007. 17). The Rams will close the season on New Year's Eve against the 49ers, which the Rams lost both meetings last year. The Chargers will play eight matches ...

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  • That 'Armada' Heading To North Korea? Actually, It Sailed South
That 'Armada' Heading To North Korea? Actually, It Sailed South

On Tuesday, the New York Times reported that while Trump and Spicer were touting the strike group's new mission to North Korea, "the Carl Vinson [and] the four other warships in its strike force were at that very moment sailing in the opposite direction, to take part in joint exercises with the Australian Navy in the Indian Ocean, 3,500 miles s...

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  • Supreme Court bans Jehovah's Witnesses in Russia
Supreme Court bans Jehovah's Witnesses in Russia

But Thursday's ruling also means the sect's Russian assets - including its St. Petersburg headquarters and almost 400 chapters - will become state property, according to the Tass news agency. "The main problem that we face now is misuse of the anti-extremism law. We respect government, and we are politically totally neutral", said Yaroslav Sivuls...

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