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'Arjun was depressed, addicted to online gambling'

'Arjun was depressed, addicted to online gambling'

Bhardwaj allegedly smashed the window glass through a chair to end his life. Arjun had also written a suicide post on his Facebook account, after which his friends alerted his father on the same. 'He was depressed for a long time and a drug addict . Senior PI Thackeray said that about four days ago, Bhardwaj had informed his Facebook friends that the he was vacating the apartment that he was sharing with other students. Read More

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Bash: Trump's support of O'Reilly 'inappropriate'

The Oval Office interview underscored Trump's continuous but contentious relationship with the New York Times . BMW said it suspended advertising on the show due to the recent allegations, as did T. "I don't think Bill did anything wrong", the 70-year-old president said. He said that the "worst part" of his job was "being a target for those who would harm me and my employer", and his "primary efforts will continue to be to put forth an honest TV program and to protect those close to ... Read More

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Trump says he thinks Obama adviser Susan Rice committed crime

He added, "It's such an important story for our country and the world". Trump told the New York Times Wednesday that media outlets, including the Times , have not adequately covered the story. Flynn was sacked after it became clear that he misled Vice President Mike Pence and others about the content of those discussions. According to a us official, President Donald Trump's national-security aides discovered after the inauguration that Rice had asked for the identities of Trump ... Read More

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Despite 2 bad ankles, Berry named outstanding player

Despite 2 bad ankles, Berry named outstanding player

Isaiah Hicks then hita tough shot in the lane to put the Tar Heels up 68-65. "I've tried to make sure I never jinx my dadgum self". "It's what we've worked for". Jackson finished with 16 points on 6-of-19 shooting from the field. And Meeks wasn't done on defense. If basketball fans are given a choice, would they rather watch a clean game with limited fouls, which in turn allows both teams to play up and down the court, or a jumbled mess of foul calls with some basketball sprinkled into ... Read More

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Trump shifts on Syria, with few specifics

Trump shifts on Syria, with few specifics

While calling the attack "reprehensible" and intolerable, Trump said Obama "did nothing" after Assad crossed the former US leader's "red line" in 2013. "It's simply impossible to shame the Assad and (Russian President Vladimir) Putin regimes with words alone", said Sen. While staunch ally Russian Federation defended the regime of Bashar Assad, Haley directed stinging criticism at Russian Federation. Read More

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Ecuador's Private Sector Backs Banker Lasso, Calls for Recount

Lenin Moreno is winning by nearly two percentage points, according to preliminary official results published on the National Electoral Council's website. Ecuador's President-elect Lenin Moreno, who became disabled after he was shot during a burglary and "put rights for disabled Ecuadoreans at the heart of his campaign", inherits a hard economy as he takes the helm of a nation still recovering from a bad quake. Read More

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Rape victims can lead 'good' life if they marry attackers: Malaysian lawmaker

Rape victims can lead 'good' life if they marry attackers: Malaysian lawmaker

Malaysian parliament has passed a new law on child sex crimes, but voted not to amend the Sexual Offences against Children bill to include a ban on child marriages. The maximum penalty for possessing, making or distributing child pornography is 30 years in jail and six strokes of the whip, and a special court will be set up to deal with child abuse cases more quickly. Read More

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The Fight To Repeal Obamacare Might Not Be Over

The Fight To Repeal Obamacare Might Not Be Over

The hard-line caucus head, Rep. Mark Meadows (R-North Carolina) said Sunday: "I can tell you there is no conversation going on right now with regard to replacing the speaker ". There are signs Mr. Trump may not be quite ready to move on, either. House Democrats, who unanimously opposed the Republican repeal, were meeting Wednesday to come up with their own proposals for improving the law while also calling on Republicans to fix rather than repeal. Read More

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Japanese PM says further provocative action is possible from North Korea

Japanese PM says further provocative action is possible from North Korea

South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said the missile flew about 60 kilometers (37 miles). Two weeks ago, the South Korean and US militaries said they had detected a failed North Korean ballistic missile launch. "China will either decide to help us with North Korea, or they won't", the president told the Financial Times Sunday, "If China is not going to solve North Korea, we will". Read More

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Straight Men Across The Netherlands Are Holding Hands For A Beautiful Reason

Straight Men Across The Netherlands Are Holding Hands For A Beautiful Reason

Ronnie had four teeth knocked out while Jasper suffered injured ribs after the men assaulted them with a pair of bolt cutters on the Nelson Mandela Bridge. Following the politicians' lead, social media was flooded with pictures of other Dutch men holding hands to protest homophobic violence. "We think it is quite normal in the Netherlands to express who you are", Alexander Pechtold (left) said. Read More

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Brexit: UK to publish 'Great Repeal Bill' plan to replace European Union laws

Brexit: UK to publish 'Great Repeal Bill' plan to replace European Union laws

He also stressed that the prime minister's indication about cooperation on terrorism being weakened if no EU-UK deal was struck was not a threat. Everyone agrees that the rights of European Union nationals living in Britain and Britons living in Europe will be the top priority when David Davis, the Brexit minister, finally sits down with Michel Barnier, the EU's lead negotiator. Read More

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Asian shares mixed ahead of Trump-Xi meeting

Experts say Pyongyang - defying a United Nations ban on carrying out ballistic missile or nuclear tests - is still years away from developing a nuclear-capable SLBM (submarine-launched ballistic missile). The official said that the decisions that were made during the meeting will test the relationship between the two countries. Keeping North Korea alive, and keeping the United States distracted with Pyongyang, is still an overall benefit. Read More

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Syrians treated in Turkey for chemical exposure

Syrians treated in Turkey for chemical exposure

The U.S. has said the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad was responsible for the incident, which relief agency UOSSM says injured at least 350 . In Brussels, world leaders held a moment of silence for the victims at the start of a conference on the future of Syria. Johnson also says that he does "not see how a government like that can continue to have any kind of legitimate administration over the people of Syria". Read More

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May visits Saudi Arabia without headscarf

Of the many subjects of interest discussed between Theresa May, the British prime minister, and leaders of Saudi Arabia during her visit to the Kingdom, you can guarantee that her choice of headwear (none) was not on the list. More than 10,000 people have been killed since the war started back in 2015 , millions of people have been displaced, and millions others lack access to clean water, food, or medical assistance. Read More

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China vows 'necessary measures' after Dalai visits Arunachal

India said Tuesday that China should not interfere in its internal affairs, as the Dalai Lama began a weeklong visit to India's remote northeast that Beijing has protested. The Dalai Lama is to travel to the district of Tawang on Thursday, where he is scheduled to consecrate a monastery and address his followers. Yesterday, the Dalai Lama flagged off Arunachal Pradesh mountaineer Anshu Jamsenpa's Double Ascent Mt Everest Expedition 2017, hugged her warmly and blessed her for her future ... Read More

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EU negotiator Barnier tells UK on Brexit: no parallel talks

EU negotiator Barnier tells UK on Brexit: no parallel talks

Gibraltar's population voted almost unilaterally (approximately 99 percent) to remain in Britain during referendums held in 1969 and 2002. Spanish government officials have been emphasizing their full support for the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, and insist that there are not - and won't be - any bilateral talks between Madrid and London, with the exception of matters directly affecting Gibraltar . Read More

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Republicans still negotiating to replace Obamacare

The meeting came as Paul met with members of the House Freedom Caucus , whose members largely refused to back the initial bill almost two weeks ago. The Trump administration and Republican lawmakers plan to continue their uphill effort to exhume the House GOP's all-but-buried health care bill, but remain adrift and divided over how to reshape it to attract enough votes to muscle it through the chamber. Read More

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Coal Plants Near Retirement Age as EPA Reviews Emissions Rules

Many energy companies and other industries have already moved ahead with efforts to meet the stricter environmental standards put forward under the Obama administration. Citing an unpublished study , Walker noted: "Worldwide, the majority of China's support to the power sector in the global south was funnelled into coal..." It'll be, as the president might say, "complicated". Read More

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N. Korea fires ballistic missile ahead of Trump-Xi meeting

She added that China had a key role to play to force Pyongyang to change course. The U.S. has consistently said the war games are defensive. Topping the agenda of the US-China summit in Florida will be whether Trump will make good on his threat to use crucial trade ties with China to pressure Beijing to do more to rein in the nuclear-armed North. Read More

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PM hints at relief for diesel owners

PM hints at relief for diesel owners

The total cost, with the congestion charge added (during the times of day it is applicable), for motorists with non-compliant cars will be £24 a day. That is on top of the current £11.50 ($14) congestion charge for traveling in the heart of London. Khan is now urging the Government to match his ambition to clean up air pollution on a national level. Read More

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