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World Revanth Reddy quits TDP
Author: 0 Revanth Reddy quits TDP

According to the Newspaper, He stated in his letter that he had the utmost respect for Naidu's leadership.The move came on a day when Naidu had called the party's Telangana leaders including Revanth to Amaravati to discuss the party affairs.Naidu had met the TDP leaders here on Friday but the meeting was inconclusive.

Author: 0 Oklahoma City team plane damaged in flight from MSP

Adams took to Twitter with a message directed at NASA, acclaimed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and Bill Nye the Science Guy. In an image posted to his Instagram account, Anthony asked 'what possibly could we have hit in the sky at this time of night?'.

Author: 0 Former President Obama to serve jury duty in Cook County

Former President Barack Obama spent eight years in the White House and more than a decade in office in IL. In 2015, former President George W. Bush reported for jury duty at a Dallas courthouse. Jurors in the county are paid $17.20 (£13.10) per day of service and reportedly have to watch a decades-old film about their duties narrated by one-time local newsreader Lester Holt.

World Catalonia declares independence from Spain
Author: 0 Catalonia declares independence from Spain

Catalonia crisis: What next for Spain? Polls suggest pro-independence parties would likely maintain their slim advantage in parliamentary seats but would not get more than 50% of the vote. A day after the Catalan parliament defied Madrid and voted for a unilateral declaration of independence , Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy issued a decree that confirmed the sacking of Josep Lluis Trapero, head of the regional police force, the Mossos d'Esquadra.

Author: 0 Burundi becomes the first country to exit ICC

African nations say the ICC focuses a disproportionate amount of time investigating the continent. Last month, a UN Commission of Enquiry on Burundi delivered a report to the Human Rights Council, alleging that Burundi's top leaders and state security agencies have committed crimes against humanity and urged the ICC to open an investigation.

World Gujarat: Non-bailable warrant issued against Hardik Patel
Author: 0 Gujarat: Non-bailable warrant issued against Hardik Patel

The Congress party is organizing public meeting of Rahul Gandhi in the patidar dominated area and they are doing this to get votes from Patidar community. While Hardik did not clarify what he meant by the "Amit Shah situation" the Patidar leader seemed to be referring to recent raucous rallies in Surat and Karamsad, where the BJP chief had his speech disrupted by agitating Patel youngsters.

World The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (GT) Issues Earnings Results
Author: 0 The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (GT) Issues Earnings Results

Surprise? The volume performance for the stock on the day in question is unusually high, especially when matched against average 49.57M. The firm also recently announced a quarterly dividend, which will be paid on Friday, December 1st. Ltd. now owns 37,021 shares of the company's stock worth $1,333,000 after buying an additional 1,572 shares during the last quarter. In the past 5 years, the stock showed growth of 13.24% per annum.

World Peninsula poppy campaign kicks off
Author: 0 Peninsula poppy campaign kicks off

The poppy carpet is the result of a project launched by Tonbridge & Malling Borough Council with support from the Royal British Legion and Kent County Council. It also can't be used for the debt the legion in Estevan was been working hard to pay down in recent months, and it can't be directed towards the everyday expenses of the legion.

World Indian spy drone shot down near LoC, claims Pakistan Army
Author: 0 Indian spy drone shot down near LoC, claims Pakistan Army

In November, an Indian drone was targetted by Pakistani troops at the Aagahi post area in the same Rakh Chakri sector. It is the second time Pakistan army has shot down an Indian spying drone in a year. The spokesperson added that any transfer of armed drones should also be closely examined in the context of the guidelines of the multilateral export control regimes, including the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR), which places certain limitations on such transfers.

World Israel says judo medals 'poke in eye' of Abu Dhabi
Author: 0 Israel says judo medals 'poke in eye' of Abu Dhabi

Flicker was forced to compete under the IJF flag after the United Arab Emirates banned Israeli athletes from wearing their country's symbols on uniforms, and singled Israel out with a ban on displaying its flag or playing its anthem during events.

Author: 0 Saputo committed to Oz dairy

Share price rebounds MG's share price was lingering around the 83c range this week, but jumped about eight per cent to 89c in early trading after the Saputo acquisition announcement on Friday. Active MG suppliers will also receive a $0.40/kg MS retrospective backpay amount in respect of all qualifying milk solids supplied between July 1 and October 31, 2017, reflecting the difference between MG's current 2018 FMP of $5.20/kg MS and $5.60/kg MS.

World Vikings list three offensive starters as questionable
Author: 0 Vikings list three offensive starters as questionable

Quarterback Sam Bradford did not practice. Zimmer called the muddled quarterback situation "a good problem to have" and said he anticipates "getting them all in there at some point in time". Easton (calf) was also listed as questionable, along with wide receiver Stefon Diggs (groin, ankle), wide receiver Michael Floyd (hamstring) and cornerback Mackensie Alexander (hip).

Author: 0 Walgreens pharmacies to sell opioid overdose medication Narcan

In this photo illustration, a package of NARCAN ( Naloxone ) nasal spray sits on the counter at a Walgreens pharmacy, August 9, 2017 in New York City. Walgreens said that Amerisource-Bergen has distributed Narcan demo devices to Walgreens pharmacists for use in instructing patients on how to administer the medication.

World Trump slams Russian Federation for hindering USA efforts on North Korea
Author: 0 Trump slams Russian Federation for hindering USA efforts on North Korea

Choe Son-hui, director-general of the North America bureau at North Korea's Foreign Ministry, has visited Moscow twice in the past month - most recently to attend a nonproliferation conference where she spoke on a panel alongside a nongovernmental American expert and a senior Russian diplomat.

World First charges filed in Trump-Russia collusion investigation
Author: 0 First charges filed in Trump-Russia collusion investigation

Anyone charged could be taken into custody as soon as Monday. In the CNN exclusive, a federal grand jury on Friday approved the first charges in the investigation, which is led by special counsel Robert Mueller, CNN sources say. However, many commentators assumed the White House's attacks on Hillary Clinton were a distraction from something forthcoming . Priebus is said to have argued against Comey's termination, according to news reports, though he was not considered a focus of ...

Author: 0 Trump to shrink tribal Bears Ears National Monument, Hatch says

October 26, 2017 in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC. About halfway through Friday's daily press briefing , White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked about cuts to Bears Ears National Monument. Conservation groups have aggressively opposed the monuments review, and have threatened to sue over any attempt to undo past monument designations.

World Eminem Wins Copyright Infringement Battle Against New Zealand National Party
Author: 0 Eminem Wins Copyright Infringement Battle Against New Zealand National Party

Eminem will donate any money he gets as a result of the National Party using a copy of his music to hurricane victims in the US. A rep for Eminem noted that the rapper himself was not behind the suit. 'Any monetary settlement he receives from it will be donated to hurricane relief. Judge of the Supreme Court Helen Dropped Wednesday Ordered a Conservative National Party, paid by the Detroit Editor NZ $ 600,000 ($ 415,000), plus interest.

World Trump accuses Hillary Clinton of collusion with Russian Federation
Author: 0 Trump accuses Hillary Clinton of collusion with Russian Federation

Specifically, they want to take another look at sale of USA uranium deposits - about 20 percent of the total - to a Russian company. The revelation that the Democratic National Committee and the Clinton campaign were the ones consulting with foreigners to get dirt on Trump shows the lengths to which Clinton accused Trump of that of which she was guilty.

World White House: Donald Trump's Sexual Harassment Accusers All Made It Up
Author: 0 White House: Donald Trump's Sexual Harassment Accusers All Made It Up

Now Trump's presidential campaign is being subpoenaed by one of the women who accused him, a former Apprentice contestant named Summer Zervos . When posed the question by CBS about the 16 women who have accused the President, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said "yeah, we've been clear on that from the beginning and the president has spoken on it".

World 'I Cannot Believe the Media Produced Such Beautiful Children'
Author: 0 'I Cannot Believe the Media Produced Such Beautiful Children'

The president and first lady will be handing out cookies made by the White House pastry kitchen on the festooned South Portico. As pictures show, several members of the press agreed to let their costumed little ones in the vicinity of a man who allegedly harassed or assaulted multiple women .

World US NHC says 60 pct chance of cyclone over NW Caribbean Sea
Author: 0 US NHC says 60 pct chance of cyclone over NW Caribbean Sea

It could become a tropical storm in the meantime, in which case it would be named Philippe. This will be followed by another powerful cold front that will sweep across the entire peninsula Sunday. Regardless of development, the system is set to bring same impacts across the western Caribbean, the southern half of Florida and the Bahamas. The 2017 hurricane season may have slowed down in the last week and a half, but a brewing system in the Western Caribbean proves the season isn't quite over ...

World Congress urges EC to probe poaching claim by Gujarat Patidar leader
Author: 0 Congress urges EC to probe poaching claim by Gujarat Patidar leader

The India Today Group and AXIS My INDIA have done this survey together. Here are key voter trends from the 2012 assembly elections that may hold a clue how the contest for the 182 seats in Gujarat assembly will play out closely. According to Opinion Poll for Gujarat Elections, Hardik Patel's factor, which has been creating agitation for Patidar reservation in the state for a long time, is not going to make a difference.

World Mirella Ponce is Latest 'Hot Mugshot' to Draw Attention Online
Author: 0 Mirella Ponce is Latest 'Hot Mugshot' to Draw Attention Online

After hot felon Jeremy Meeks struck gold when his mug shots went viral, another felon's photos have hit the internet and she is being dubbed as the "hot female felon" driving netizens insane. "Wow. Everybody's on here talking about how she's pretty". She was arrested on a weapon charge after she was stopped by police officers in a vehicle containing her and her infant child in Fresno on Monday.

World Kenya postpones delayed voting amid fears of more violence
Author: 0 Kenya postpones delayed voting amid fears of more violence

Wafula Chebukati, chairman of the election commission, said the postponement would affect dozens of constituencies in Kisumu, Migori, Siaya and Homa Bay counties. The confirmed casualties raised the number of people killed in election-related violence since the August poll to 44. Mr Chebukati said he had been assured by the Independent Policing Oversight Authority that cases of police brutality against demonstrators angry with the IEBC will be dealt with.

Author: 0 President Trump Praises China's Xi Jinping Ahead Of Asia Trip

Trump congratulated Xi on the "extraordinary elevation". Xi's name and ideology were enshrined in the country's constitution, elevating his status to that of Mao Zedong, as China wrapped up the week-long party congress on October 25, during which Xi cemented his power as he entered his second five-year term.

Author: 0 Facebook announces more transparency in advance of hearings

Rob Goldman, Facebook's vice president in charge of ad products, says the company will also build a publicly searchable archive of ads. It also said that it would allow people to see the ads a Facebook business page - whether a brand, small business or a person - is now running.

World National Action 'leader' charged over plot to murder MP
Author: 0 National Action 'leader' charged over plot to murder MP

Prosecutors will allege that the younger man sought and received permission from Mr Lythgoe to carry out an attack, The Times understands. Christopher Lythgoe, 31, is charged with encouraging him to commit murder. Cooper, a member of Parliament from northwest England, said she wanted to thank the police "for keeping me, my staff and the public safe". All six will come before Westminster magistrates today.

World Know what Rahul Gandhi has to say on his marriage
Author: 0 Know what Rahul Gandhi has to say on his marriage

Vijender then said there was talk at his home of when "Rahul bhaiya" will get married, adding that there was a perception that getting married after becoming the Prime Minister will have a different charm. Mr Gandhi chuckled, "Fine.I will". Admitting that the previous government at the Centre led by his party had shortcomings "towards its closing day", Rahul Gandhi said a new Congress government "would be a much more decentralized government".

World Supreme Court labels Blue Whale game as a
Author: 0 Supreme Court labels Blue Whale game as a "national problem"

Finally the menace of deadly Blue Whale Game has been recognised as a national problem by the apex court of India. This is not the only game that forces individuals to commit suicide. The division bench stated, "Apex court said since it was a "pan-India" issue, it did not need a parallel hearing". The court had also asked the government to respond to a plea seeking to firewall potentially deadly and violent online games like "Choking game", "Salt and Ice Challenge", "Fire Challenge", ...

World House passes $4T budget in step forward for Trump tax plan
Author: 0 House passes $4T budget in step forward for Trump tax plan

On Wednesday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) had warned California's Republican delegation that they would be hurting their own state if they voted for the budget. Pelosi is calling on her home state colleagues to use that leverage to save the state and local deduction. "Self-styled fiscal sentinels such as the Freedom Caucus and the Republican Study Committee have largely held their fire on deficit-related criticism".

World India's opposition leader Sonia Gandhi hospitalized
Author: 0 India's opposition leader Sonia Gandhi hospitalized

D S Rana, Chairman (Board of Management) of the Ganga Ram Hospital said that Gandhi, 70, is under observation. Meanwhile, Rajasthan Congress veteran, Ashok Gehlot has conveyed his regards to Ms Gandhi in a tweet and said, "Wishing Congress President Smt Sonia GandhiJi a speedy recovery n good health".

World Cadaver dog found body of Sherin Mathews from culvert: handler
Author: 0 Cadaver dog found body of Sherin Mathews from culvert: handler

A Richardson police spokesman says Wesley Mathews was charged Monday afternoon with first-degree felony injury to a child, a crime punishable by up to life imprisonment. Sini Mathews, meanwhile, has obtained a new set of attorneys, who said in a statement released October 25 that the mother knew nothing of what was happening to her daughter that evening.

World Assange Confirms Trump Campaign's Data Firm Approached Wikileaks
Author: 0 Assange Confirms Trump Campaign's Data Firm Approached Wikileaks

The Congressmen serve as Ranking Member on the House Judiciary Committee and the top Democrat on the House Oversight Committee respectively. But others close to the campaign considered or were actively searching for them. Bannon, the former White House chief strategist, sat on the board of Cambridge Analytica before entering the administration. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange confirmed a story linking his organization and the Trump campaign.

World Trump Lashes Out at Tom Steyer Over $10 Million Impeachment Campaign
Author: 0 Trump Lashes Out at Tom Steyer Over $10 Million Impeachment Campaign

The founder and president of NextGen America has started a website called NeedToImpeach .com, which includes a petition for citizens to sign to implore Congress to impeach the president. "He's brought us to the brink of nuclear war, obstructed justice at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and in direct violation of the Constitution, he's taken money from foreign governments and threatened to shut down news organizations that report the truth", Steyer says in the ad.

World FEMA disavows Puerto Rico power contract amid probe
Author: 0 FEMA disavows Puerto Rico power contract amid probe

This is the largest contract awarded to any company for relief efforts on the island in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Eight Democrats also called for an investigation in a letter that questioned Zinke's involvement and pointed to the company's inexperience, given it was formed just two years ago.

World Inspiring Decor For Celebrating Dia de los Muertos
Author: 0 Inspiring Decor For Celebrating Dia de los Muertos

FOREVER SOULS-Carolyn Valdez's family created this altar previous year for the Dia de los Muertos event at Strathearn Historical Park and Museum. Colorful ceramic skulls for the Day of the Dead celebration. Try as they might to wipe out all traces of paganism, the Spaniards couldn't stamp out the Aztecs' tradition of honoring their dead, so the conquistadors gradually absorbed the pagan spring festival, the date of which was eventually moved to coincide with the Catholic feasts of All ...

World Teal Pumpkin Project to be at Andelin Farms This Weekend
Author: 0 Teal Pumpkin Project to be at Andelin Farms This Weekend

The Food Allergy Research & Education Group started the project in 2014. The Teal Pumpkin Project "encourages people to raise awareness of food allergies", while promoting "inclusions of all trick-or-treaters throughout the Halloween season" by providing non-food treats and placing a teal pumpkin outside your home.

World Svitolina plays quiz master and tour guide in Singapore
Author: 0 Svitolina plays quiz master and tour guide in Singapore

The Dane is one of five players who could finish the year as world number one by winning the tournament. Elina Svitolina still has chances to qualify for the semi-finals at the WTA Finals in Singapore. The 24-year-old said she had been trying to improve her emotional outbursts. Garcia still has a chance to top the group if she beats Wozniacki and Svitolina defeats Halep.

World NJ schools make list of best 100 colleges in the world
Author: 0 NJ schools make list of best 100 colleges in the world

The university ranked ahead of three Ivy League universities - Pennsylvania, Cornell and Brown- but behind UC Berkeley , Stanford, Caltech, UCLA and UC San Francisco in California, a state which has more top colleges than most countries. News & World Reportr, the university was highly ranked in pharmacology and toxicology, neuroscience and behavior, biology and biochemistry, molecular biology and genetics, and psychiatry and psychology.

World NHS could have avoided WannaCry attack by taking 'simple action'
Author: 0 NHS could have avoided WannaCry attack by taking 'simple action'

Previous advice issued in 2014 by the Department of Health and the Cabinet Office warned hospitals and GP surgeries it was essential they had "robust plans" to migrate away from old software, such as Windows XP by April 2015. The costs included cancelled appointments; additional IT support provided by NHS local bodies, or IT consultants; or the cost of restoring data and systems affected by the attack.

World Eric Bolling's son, CU student, died of accidental overdose: Coroner
Author: 0 Eric Bolling's son, CU student, died of accidental overdose: Coroner

Eric Chase, the only child of Bolling and his wife, Adrienne, lived in Boulder, Colorado, and studied economics at the University of Colorado Boulder. O'Reilly subsequently issued an apology on Twitter , which Bolling accepted. Last month, friends of the dead student told DailyMail.com that he "partied" the night before he was found dead and was allegedly seen doing drugs, including cocaine, weed and Xanax.

World CBI files case on Karnataka Cong Minister George
Author: 0 CBI files case on Karnataka Cong Minister George

Ganapathy. A Supreme Court bench, comprising justices A K Goel and U U Lalit, allowed the appeal of M K Kushalapp, father of the deceased police officer, filed against the order of the Karnataka High Court rejecting his plea for a CBI probe into the death case.

World These are the most powerful passports in the world
Author: 0 These are the most powerful passports in the world

Historically, the countries that have been ranked the highest in the list have been European dominated, with Germany having led for the past two years. China is ranked 67 with a visa-free score of 60. Germany fell to second with 158. While Singapore quietly climbed the ranks, the U.S. passport has fallen down since President Donald Trump took office.

World Buhari in late-night meeting with Saraki, Dogara
Author: 0 Buhari in late-night meeting with Saraki, Dogara

According to the report, the lawmakers had met at Saraki's house before leaving for Aso Rock, the seat of power, in a white coaster bus. They were at the villa to meet with President Muhammadu Buhari over the 2018 appropriation bill.

World AFP launches investigation into AWU raid leaks
Author: 0 AFP launches investigation into AWU raid leaks

The senator has come under fire for telling the Senate five times on Wednesday that neither she nor her office had contacted the media about the raids, saying she was "offended" by the suggestion from Labor senator Doug Cameron . In Question Time on Tuesday, the prime minister said that Cash had "assured me that she did not advise any journalists about the raid". According to Cash, the adviser claimed he was informed of the raid from a "media source".