• All set for glittering Bollywood wedding of Sonam kapoor
All set for glittering Bollywood wedding of Sonam kapoor

With only two days left to the big wedding, celebrations are picking up pace with friends and family increasingly visiting the Kapoor residence. The former which celebrated Sridevi's sheer brilliance as a dancer is also one of the most popular numbers at Indian weddings.

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  • Leslie Rutledge joins lawsuit to end DACA program
Leslie Rutledge joins lawsuit to end DACA program

Congress failed to act, however, and in the meantime, federal courts have halted the administration's plan to end the program, with one judge ordering the Department of Homeland Security to resume processing renewals and applications. The Trump administration has sought to finish the Deferred Motion for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), however the effort...

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  • Trump Formally Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
Trump Formally Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

The Prize Committee has not announce the nominees. "The globalist elite would never give him that win", Donald Trump Jr tweeted on Friday. It's not because they're up reading the latest Council of Foreign Relations reports. Jae-in's endorsement of a Nobel for Trump, who has faced one ethical scandal after another at home, came as the South Kore...

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  • House chaplain rescinds resignation, Ryan agrees to let him stay
House chaplain rescinds resignation, Ryan agrees to let him stay

Conroy, who resigned April 15 and implied that Ryan had asked him to do so, submitted another letter on Thursday listing the reasons he has decided not to resign after all, including that he was never disciplined or reprimanded in his seven-year post as chaplain.

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  • Super Pooper Turns Out To Be School Superintendent
Super Pooper Turns Out To Be School Superintendent

When it became too much of an issue, the school started surveilling the area in the hopes of finding the culprit and stopping the issue once and for all. Thomas Tramaglini, a schools superintendent, was arrested in May 2018 for allegedly defecating on a campus repeatedly. On Monday at 05:50 local time (09:50 GMT), officers approached the superint...

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  • UK: New Home Secretary Javid pledges Windrush help
UK: New Home Secretary Javid pledges Windrush help

It follows the resignations of former defence secretary Sir Michael Fallon, Priti Patel as global development secretary, Damian Green as first minister and James Brokenshire, who left his role as Northern Ireland secretary on health grounds.

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  • Paris May Day rally: Riot police use teargas, water cannon against anarchists
Paris May Day rally: Riot police use teargas, water cannon against anarchists

According to the authorities, the riots involved about 1.2 thousand activists of the ultra left movement Black blocks, hiding their faces with masks. Paris Police Prefect Michel Delpuech stated that violence was carried out by masked attackers from a libertarian group referred to as the Black Blocs that numbered round 1,200 individuals in whole...

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  • Govt urged to craft laws that guarantee media freedom
Govt urged to craft laws that guarantee media freedom

The theme for World Press Freedom Day 2018 is 'Keeping Power in Check: Media, Justice and the Rule of Law'. The rally started from Babarmahal and converged into a corner meeting at New Baneshwar, according to a report in The Himalayan Times.

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  • Everett Harris & Company Maintains Position in Starbucks Corp. (SBUX)
Everett Harris & Company Maintains Position in Starbucks Corp. (SBUX)

The stock increased 0.77% or $0.14 during the last trading session, reaching $18.25. Columbia Asset Management decreased its stake in Boeing Co (BA) by 5.31% based on its latest 2017Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. Starbucks Corp had 35 analyst reports since November 1, 2017 according to SRatingsIntel. Honeywell holds 1.35% of its portfolio ...

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  • U.S. to delay European Union tariff decision until June 1
U.S. to delay European Union tariff decision until June 1

Washington, May 1 US President Donald Trump today signed a proclamation to delay for 30 days the implementation of his steel and aluminium import tariff hike on the European Union, Canada and Mexico, the White House said, adding that it has also reached a trade agreement with South Korea.

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  • Top Donald Trump aide denies calling president an 'idiot'
Top Donald Trump aide denies calling president an 'idiot'

As NBC put it, citing multiple White House officials, "Kelly portrays himself to Trump administration aides as the lone bulwark against catastrophe, curbing the erratic urges of a president who has a questionable grasp on policy issues and the functions of government".

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  • Trump likes DMZ for Kim summit venue
Trump likes DMZ for Kim summit venue

Previous winners of the Nobel Peace Prize have included Trump's predecessor, President Barack Obama, Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai and Nelson Mandela. "There is something that I like about it because you are there, you are actually there", Trump added. In January, Moon said Trump "deserves big credit for bringing about the inter-Korean ta...

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  • Syrian army, rebel groups reach evacuation agreement
Syrian army, rebel groups reach evacuation agreement

The announcements followed a more than one week-old regime assault to oust IS fighters from the capital's southern suburbs. The deal gave fighters the choice between leaving the area with their families or handing over their weapons and staying, SANA said.

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  • UN team shocked at Rohingya plight
UN team shocked at Rohingya plight

Bangladesh and Myanmar signed an agreement late previous year to return the Muslim refugees. He stressed the importance of direct engagement, which "sends a very strong signal to those in Myanmar, both the civilian but more importantly military authorities who have been responsible largely for what we've seen, which has been ethnic cleansing ...

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  • Trump Crows Over North Korea Talks as Rally Crowd Chants 'Nobel! Nobel!'
Trump Crows Over North Korea Talks as Rally Crowd Chants 'Nobel! Nobel!'

Kim, leading to peace between the two Korean leaders, it would be hard to argue against both deserving a Nobel Peace Prize . On Saturday, Trump told a rally in Washington Township, Michigan that, in his words, "Strength is going to keep us out of nuclear war, not get us in", Earlier, he said details of the summit are being ironed out, and that he'...

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  • Trump to make long-delayed visit to Britain in July
Trump to make long-delayed visit to Britain in July

In an interview with LBC radio Mr Johnson said that Mr Trump was "thick-skinned" enough to deal with any protests and suggested that he might be able to win over critics such as London Mayor Sadiq Khan and Commons Speaker John Bercow.

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  • Aditya Ghosh to step down as IndiGo prez
Aditya Ghosh to step down as IndiGo prez

Indigo Airlines has the highest market share in India. The company's spokeswoman and Mr Ghosh didn't immediately respond to calls seeking comments. Ghosh has been IndiGo's public face over the years as media-shy owners Bhatia and Rakesh Gangwal remained away from the limelight.

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  • Kabul: 16 security personnel killed in separate Taliban attack
Kabul: 16 security personnel killed in separate Taliban attack

Officials on Tuesday announced that 11 Afghan soldiers were killed in a series of Taliban attacks across the country. On Tuesday, gunmen attacked a voter registration centre in the central province of Ghor, kidnapping three election workers and two policemen.

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  • To woo Shaiv voters of Karnataka, PM, BJP CMs to visit Kedarnath
To woo Shaiv voters of Karnataka, PM, BJP CMs to visit Kedarnath

As the BJP state president left the stage after making the announcement, angry workers got on to the dais and damage furniture. From Congress side, Dr. Through IT they are threatening our party leaders. Why there is not IT raid on Jagadish Shettar's house. "But I thought, instead of limiting him to just one constituency, he should work in several...

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No "genocide" for Armenians, just "great tragedy", Trump says

The statement said that Turkey's expectation from the USA administration was a "fair assessment of a period during which all the peoples of the Ottoman Empire suffered tremendously". In a statement to mark Armenian Remembrance Day, Trump said the US recalled "the horrific events of 1915 and grieve for the lives lost and the many who suffered".

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  • Jeremy Corbyn tells Amber Rudd to resign for 'hardening cruel' Windrush policy
Jeremy Corbyn tells Amber Rudd to resign for 'hardening cruel' Windrush policy

Speaking at PM's questions he called for Home Secretary Amber Rudd to quit. She attempted to get a grip on the row on Monday when she unveiled a package of emergency measures , which includes a fast-track offer of United Kingdom citizenship and a compensation scheme.

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  • Malaysia releases photo of suspect, find motorbike allegedly used in Palestinian killing
Malaysia releases photo of suspect, find motorbike allegedly used in Palestinian killing

It was reported that his family has accused Israel's Mossad spy agency of being behind the killing. Police were able to trace a photo of one of the suspected gunmen after discovering an abandoned Kawasaki motorcycle near the scene of the attack, Malaysia's police chief Mohamad Fuzi Harun told reporters on Wednesday.

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  • White House Defies 'Outrageous' Allegations About Veterans Affairs Nominee Ronny Jackson
White House Defies 'Outrageous' Allegations About Veterans Affairs Nominee Ronny Jackson

On Tuesday, Rep. Jon Tester, the top Democrat on the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs, told NPR that more than 20 military personnel had come forward with concerns about improper distribution of sleeping pills and drinking alcohol on overseas trips, as well as creating a toxic work environment .

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  • Suspects in killing of Hamas engineer still in Malaysia, police say
Suspects in killing of Hamas engineer still in Malaysia, police say

The photograph showed a light-skinned man with dark wavy hair, eyeglasses, and a goatee. He had a degree in electrical engineering and lectured at a local university, but police couldn't confirm reports that al-Batsh was an expert in rocket making.

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  • 'American Idol' going live nationwide for top 10 round
'American Idol' going live nationwide for top 10 round

Jurnee was told by Seacrest that she was not voted into the Top 10 by America but that she still had a chance to win over the judges. On Monday, viewers voted for six of the 10 contestants who would advance to the next stage of the reality singing competition.

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