• Researcher alleges Indian leader's app ships data overseas
Researcher alleges Indian leader's app ships data overseas

Earlier on Monday, BJP I-T in-charge Amit Malviya hit out at Rahul Gandhi for his tweets on PM Narendra Modi, saying that the Congress President had no right to make such claims, given that the INC app also breached data of people who downloaded the app.

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  • Trump Lawyer Pushed For Pardons Of Michael Flynn And Paul Manafort
Trump Lawyer Pushed For Pardons Of Michael Flynn And Paul Manafort

Gen. Michael Flynn's case, according to two sources who spoke to this reporter", writes Carter. Sanders read a statement from Ty Cobb , the president's lead attorney in the investigation headed by special counsel Robert Mueller , saying that "I've only been asked about pardons by the press and have routinely responded on the record that...

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  • Human remains found in California confirmed as missing Hollywood model-actress
Human remains found in California confirmed as missing Hollywood model-actress

Los Angeles Police Department officials also confirmed they think 33-year-old Christopher Spotz - a man who they say was involved in an intimate relationship and possibly her boyfriend - was somehow involved in the missing woman's death, Capt.

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  • Poll Bugle Sounded: All You Need to Know About Karnataka Elections 2018
Poll Bugle Sounded: All You Need to Know About Karnataka Elections 2018

With a team of over 1,300 enforcers across the state, who will ensure that the code of conduct is followed at all times, Sanjiv Kumar said the poll panel will make sure the elections are held in a "free and fair" manner. He said the alleged leak of the election schedule for the Karnataka elections will be investigated. The campaigning in the po...

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  • French police eye anti-Semitism in Holocaust survivor's death
French police eye anti-Semitism in Holocaust survivor's death

Mireille Knoll , 85, was found dead with 11 stab wounds at her apartment in a working class area of the capital on Friday. "Security has been stepped up at Jewish institutions, and government leaders are now more willing than ever before to speak out against anti-Semitism whenever it rears its ugly head", she says.

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  • South Korea steel shares rise on USA steel tariff exemption
South Korea steel shares rise on USA steel tariff exemption

Kim said South Korea also won an exemption from increased import tariffs on steel products. Asian shares steadied yesterday, stemming last week's hefty losses after Mr Trump's action on steel and aluminium, and his plans to impose tariffs on up to US$60 billion (S$78.7 billion) in Chinese goods.

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  • Chinese space lab to fall to Earth within days in 'fiery demise'
Chinese space lab to fall to Earth within days in 'fiery demise'

Maltese scientists have joined a team of global space experts to track China's abandoned space station, which is expected to make a fiery re-entry and crash back to Earth over Easter weekend . Not to worry about impact, though; the chance of a person actually being hit by a piece of such a satellite are calculated at about one on 21 trillion .

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  • No State Charges Filed In Alton Sterling Shooting Death
No State Charges Filed In Alton Sterling Shooting Death

Following the conclusion of the state's two-year investigation into the death of Alton Sterling , Louisiana Attorney General, Jeff Landry announced that both Blane Salamoni and Howard Lake would not receive any criminal charges for shooting Alton Sterling .

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  • Hamas sets up tents near Gaza border ahead of…
Hamas sets up tents near Gaza border ahead of…

AN Israeli tank struck two Hamas positions in the Gaza Strip late yesterday after bullets were fired from the Palestinian enclave, the Israeli army said. During the Gaza war in 2014, Iron Dome interceptors largely protected Israel's heartland from thousands of incoming rockets fired by Gaza militants.

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  • North Atlantic Treaty Organisation expels seven Russian diplomats over United Kingdom spy poisoning
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation expels seven Russian diplomats over United Kingdom spy poisoning

More than 130 people are suspected of having been exposed to the nerve agent used in the attack, a military-grade chemical weapon known as Novichok , which was developed in the Soviet Union in the 1970s. They were found on March 4 unconscious on a public bench in the city and a British court says they may have suffered permanent brain damage in ...

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  • Stringent security in place for PSL final in Karachi
Stringent security in place for PSL final in Karachi

Islamabad United openers, Luke Ronchi and Sahibzada Farhan and middle order batsman Asif Ali showered the stadium with fours and sixes, hence fixed United's victory. Other spectators carried placards proclaiming "No Fear, play here" in support of Pakistan's bid to regain the confidence of foreign teams. Sammy joined the musicians on stage wher...

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  • Palestinian teenager jailed for assaulting Israeli soldier
Palestinian teenager jailed for assaulting Israeli soldier

It includes a fine of about US$1,400 (S$1,840) and a three-year suspended sentence . Ahed was convicted on four of the 12 charges against her including incitement, aggravated assault and two counts of obstructing Israeli soldiers. The Israeli military court where Ahed Tamimi was being tried accepted the deal between her and prosecutors in the ...

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  • Former Catalan leader Puidgemont held by German police
Former Catalan leader Puidgemont held by German police

There was a similar protest in the northern city of Girona, where Mr Puigdemont was mayor before he became regional president in 2016. Mr Puigdemont has been on a trip to Finland . Police in the northern state of Schleswig-Holstein say that highway police arrested Puigdemont at 11:19 a.m. (09:19 GMT; 04:19 EDT) near the A7 highway which leads fr...

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  • More than 3000 flights canceled as spring nor'easter slams Northeast
More than 3000 flights canceled as spring nor'easter slams Northeast

Surprisingly we are talking our first real heavy snow of the 2018 season on the first day of Spring which is somewhat rare in these parts. The snow, which tore through on Wednesday, is heading north, dropping some more snow in New England before it heads out.

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  • Most transgenders can not serve in USA military, Donald Trump formally moves ban
Most transgenders can not serve in USA military, Donald Trump formally moves ban

Citing "substantial medical treatment", the president announced on Friday that he is officially authorizing the Pentagon to disqualify " transgender persons with a history or diagnosis of gender dysphoria", with limited exceptions, Fox News reported .

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  • Former Playboy model says Trump tried to pay her after sex
Former Playboy model says Trump tried to pay her after sex

One simple explanation could be that Trump was more invested in a relationship with McDougal than with Daniels. I was really sad. Former Playboy model Karen McDougal described a 2006 sexual affair she said she had with Donald Trump on Thursday.

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  • Bolton's rise will mean more unilateral USA action
Bolton's rise will mean more unilateral USA action

One can assume the president approves of his new adviser's ideas on how to exit the Iran nuclear deal . North Korea is immediately within Trump's crosshairs. " President Trump who has been extremely skeptical about recent increases in USA forces and Pompeo/Bolton might play to that skepticism and reverse course", Markey further says .

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  • Trump Complains About 'Ridiculous Situation,' Signs Spending Bill Anyway
Trump Complains About 'Ridiculous Situation,' Signs Spending Bill Anyway

President Donald Trump was far from the only one in Washington left with a sullen face as a spending bill was finally signed Friday afternoon. Speaking at the press conference , Trump said recent budget cuts have put America at risk and it was a matter of national security to sign the bill.

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  • 'Your are beyond the Crown Prince,' Trump praises wealthy Mohammad Bin Salman
'Your are beyond the Crown Prince,' Trump praises wealthy Mohammad Bin Salman

Prince Mohammed capped his rapid rise to power last June by replacing his elder cousin Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, who had close relationships with United States intelligence and defence circles, as crown prince. "Iran has not been treating that part of the world, or the world itself, appropriately", Trump said. "This is a signal that there (are) ...

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  • Will the 'Beast of Easter' hit Lancashire — WHITE EASTER
Will the 'Beast of Easter' hit Lancashire — WHITE EASTER

Winds will be a bit breezy in areas, and with them streaming out of the southeast, it may leave some spots slightly cooler than on Wednesday . Rising temperatures today helped shift the remains of any snow left over from the weekend. Overnight once we are cold enough for snow, there will be lulls in precipitation and that will hold amounts do...

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  • Trump Targets China With Tariffs
Trump Targets China With Tariffs

He is determined to bring down the USA trade deficit with China , which reached $375 billion a year ago. However, another source said this volley of trade taxes will be different to Trump's sweeping safeguard for USA steel and aluminum.

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  • Kosovo opposition releases tear gas in parliament over border deal with Montenegro
Kosovo opposition releases tear gas in parliament over border deal with Montenegro

Tear gas is not a European thing. Kosovo needs to ratify the deal, which was signed by Kosovo and Montenegro in August 2015, to get visa free travel to the European Union for its citizens. Experts dispute that claim, the Independent said. EU Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn also strongly condemned the use of tear gas . Preside...

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  • Trump slammed by both parties for congratulating Putin
Trump slammed by both parties for congratulating Putin

But one account of their phone call said Bush "appeared to stop short of offering the customary White House congratulations to the president-elect". The President described his conversation with Putin as a "very good call" and said they talked on a range of topics including arms control and the security situations in Syria and North Korea.

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  • Judge: Defamation case against Trump can proceed
Judge: Defamation case against Trump can proceed

Zervos first made public her claims against Trump at an October 2016 news conference as one of a parade of women who accused him of misconduct after the release of an " Access Hollywood " recording capturing the future president boasting in graphic language about groping women.

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  • Kohl's joins retailers in opposing Trump tariffs
Kohl's joins retailers in opposing Trump tariffs

The letter to Trump was signed by 24 companies, including Kohl's, and also included Wal-Mart Inc., Target Corp., J.C. Penney Co. "Tariffs would be particularly harmful", they said. The letter is the latest example of the growing division between the Trump administration and the business community over trade policy. The 45 groups include some ...

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  • Liverpool boss Klopp reminds Salah: I scored four once
Liverpool boss Klopp reminds Salah: I scored four once

I just said "Well done superstar"'. Liverpool's Mohamed Salah scores their second goal . Egypt worldwide Salah, 25, has been a revelation since his summer move from Roma, scoring an incredible 36 goals in all competitions for Jurgen Klopp's side .

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  • Weather: Spring arrives this week; tracking coastal storms
Weather: Spring arrives this week; tracking coastal storms

After two inches have fallen, crews will be able to begin to push snow and/or continuously treat affected areas. The current forecast calls 4-6 inches across most of Northern Virginia, with 3-4 inches in Fredericksburg. There will be another stronger wave of snow on Wednesday morning which will slow down only on Wednesday evening. "A combin...

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  • EU, Britain reach Brexit transition deal ahead of EU's spring summit
EU, Britain reach Brexit transition deal ahead of EU's spring summit

Under the terms of the agreement it also means that European Union citizens arriving in the United Kingdom during the transition period - as well as Britons settling on the continent - will have the same rights
as those in place before Brexit day.

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  • Federal Court Rules against GOP Challenge to New District Map
Federal Court Rules against GOP Challenge to New District Map

This is a developing story. "As far as we can tell on this record, the Elections Clause claims asserted in the verified complaint belong, if they belong to anyone, only to the Pennsylvania General Assembly". Republicans now hold 12 of the state's 18 congressional districts, while Democrats control just five. Top leaders in the state House and Senat...

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  • Ireland secure Grand Slam as 2019 Rugby World Cup draws closer
Ireland secure Grand Slam as 2019 Rugby World Cup draws closer

The first question is - like some of life's great questions - something that will long be debated and will never be truly settled: "Is this as good an Ireland team as you've ever had?" "Every team that I've had that's been a champion team has had a run like this, which has been instrumental in how you re-make a team.

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  • Prosecutors Will Seek Death Penalty In Parkland School Shooting
Prosecutors Will Seek Death Penalty In Parkland School Shooting

A plea deal is still possible despite Tuesday's court filing. The video, released Thursday by the Broward Sheriff's office, sheds more light on the actions of former deputy Scot Peterson , during the February 14 rampage in Parkland , Fla., that left 17 students and school staff dead, and another 17 people injured.

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  • Three killed, 23 injured in Philippine hotel fire
Three killed, 23 injured in Philippine hotel fire

THE death toll from the fire that struck Manila Pavilion Hotel in Ermita, Manila has climbed to five, officials said. "Our firefighters have not yet gone up all parts of the building", Metro Manila Development Authority acting chief Jojo Garcia said.

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  • Putin critic Glushkov murdered, London police say
Putin critic Glushkov murdered, London police say

The police said in a statement that at this stage there was nothing to suggest a link to the attempted murders of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter on March 4 or that poison was involved. Glushkov, a longtime associate of the oligarch, had worked for various Berezovsky enterprises including the auto factory AvtoVAZ and flagship R...

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  • NCAA Latest: Villanova getting a scare from Alabama
NCAA Latest: Villanova getting a scare from Alabama

He found his groove once the second half tipped, however. Collin Sexton scored 25 points, and John Petty added 20 points off the bench to lead No. The Hokies forced 17 turnovers but couldn't slow down Petty and had trouble whenever Sexton got into the lane. Guard Donte DiVincenzo , who is nicknamed the "Big Ragu" because "I'm Italian and h...

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  • US special counsel subpoenas Trump business for Russia, other documents
US special counsel subpoenas Trump business for Russia, other documents

USA stock prices fell on the report of Mueller's subpoena with the S&P 500 reaching session lows, while the dollar slipped against the euro and yen and yields on United States government debt moved lower. Now the memo released by Democrats suggests investigators have confirmed that the Trump Organization was deeply involved in Moscow talks, and tha...

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