• Israeli Government Aims to Enhance India Relations Ahead of Modi's Visit
Israeli Government Aims to Enhance India Relations Ahead of Modi's Visit

In Washington , Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is out to answer to one question: "Is India the lynchpin of America's strategic pivot to the east, or is it merely a helpful acquaintance?" Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that whenever India and USA work together, the world reaps benefits.In a signed article in the Wall Street Journ...

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  • Watch Jeremy Corbyn's full speech at Glastonbury
Watch Jeremy Corbyn's full speech at Glastonbury

He says he's frustrated that unlike major US acts like Jay Z and Kanye West, British hip-hop stars have never been given the chance to take a coveted night-time slot on the Pyramid stage. Michael Vale (28), from London, said: "I'm not sure they'd get Theresa to do this". This isn't a young versus old thing as Theresa May seems to think it is.

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  • North West and Penelope Disick had an adorable Moana-themed birthday party
North West and Penelope Disick had an adorable Moana-themed birthday party

Penelope chose to wear an exact replica of the title character in the 2016 Disney film Moana , while North wore a grass crown with a matching lei. Last year, North and Penelope had a mermaid party for their birthdays, dressing up in sparkling tails and making Auntie Khloé wear a purple wig.

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  • Kevin Harvick Wins At Sonoma For 1st Victory Of Season
Kevin Harvick Wins At Sonoma For 1st Victory Of Season

Kevin Harvick won the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West race at Sonoma on Saturday . The former NASCAR champion came to Sonoma winless in 20 races since Kansas last fall and has been overshadowed in this season of NASCAR's young new superstars.

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  • Takata files for bankruptcy following airbag scandal
Takata files for bankruptcy following airbag scandal

After a board of directors held at dawn, the group announced that it had initiated the court reorganization proceedings, "both in a Tokyo court and in the United States". The chemical can deteriorate when exposed to hot and humid air and burn too fast, blowing apart a metal canister. The United States company would keep "substantially all" of Tak...

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  • Jurassic World 2 Set Photo Features a Jurassic Park Easter Egg
Jurassic World 2 Set Photo Features a Jurassic Park Easter Egg

The poster for the sequel is dripping with nostalgia, with the minimalist design being complemented by Dr Ian Malcolm's iconic line " Life finds a way " from the original Jurassic Park . It's unclear how this new Explorer fits into the story, though it's more likely to be used as an easter egg rather than a flashback, but anything's possible.

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  • Congressional Charity Baseball Game Final
Congressional Charity Baseball Game Final

Steve Scalise , the House majority whip who was critically wounded when a gunman opened fire at a Republican baseball practice in Virginia on Wednesday . The political parties play against each another. Many players, although wearing uniforms of various professional and college baseball teams within their states and districts, wore the purple ...

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  • Foo Fighters pay tribute to cancer victim at Glastonbury
Foo Fighters pay tribute to cancer victim at Glastonbury

The rock singer said: "I see a naked guy... this one's for you". Jon's request to the Foo Fighters gained incredible momentum since it was posted on social media - being retweeted more than 12 million times. And Adele then said that another of the festival's headline acts were unlikely to have been given the same advice as she quipped: 'I bet...

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  • 'A time for grieving...' Charlotte Church has lost her unborn child
'A time for grieving...' Charlotte Church has lost her unborn child

The baby was thought to have been due in November. The star is already a mother to nine-year-old Ruby and Dexter (8) from her previous relationship with rugby player Gavin Henson . Her relationship when Jonathan has gone from strength to strength, however, and in a recent interview she stated: "I'm really happy with my dude". She is now perf...

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  • Kate Middleton Appears at Royal Ascot in Chic High-Neck White Lace
Kate Middleton Appears at Royal Ascot in Chic High-Neck White Lace

French filly Qemah secured back-to-back Royal Ascot victories in the Duke of Cambridge Stakes. Two-time Kentucky Derby-winning jockey John Velazquez took Dettori's mount on Lady Aurelia and came home a three-length victor from Profitable for American trainer Wesley Ward in the Group 1 King's Stand Stakes .

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  • Takata Files For Bankruptcy Protection, Finds Buyer in US
Takata Files For Bankruptcy Protection, Finds Buyer in US

The defect in the inflators stems from use of the explosive chemical ammonium nitrate in the inflators to deploy air bags in a crash. So the USA company will reach out to Japanese automakers by building a new Asian regional headquarters in Japan, said Ron Feldeisen, Key Safety's senior vice president of sales and marketing.

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  • Gay pride parades sound a note of resistance _ and face some
Gay pride parades sound a note of resistance _ and face some

In a year when leaders are anxious about President Donald Trump's agenda, both the NY and San Francisco parades will be headed by groups more focused on protest than celebration. Politics and other concerns aside, the heart of the Pride Parade remains in the celebration. The No Justice No Pride group blocked the Washington parade's route, and fou...

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  • Will speak a lot after meeting the US President, says PM
Will speak a lot after meeting the US President, says PM

The two leaders seemed to have settled into an easy relationship, as much as they could after their first meetings. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday left for Netherlands, the final leg of his three-nation tour, after concluding his visit to the US.

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  • Montreal's Fête nationale committee explains, apologizes for racism controversy
Montreal's Fête nationale committee explains, apologizes for racism controversy

Two days after video of a float during Montreal's Fête nationale parade caused controversy because of the image of black men pushing a float surrounded by white people, the committee for Fête nationale celebrations in Montreal has issued a statement on its website apologizing for the unintentional image it showed.

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  • 'Transformers: The Last Knight' Opens to Franchise Low $69.1 Million
'Transformers: The Last Knight' Opens to Franchise Low $69.1 Million

Wonder Woman , of course, has been a wonder at the box office . Michael Bay's Transformers: The Last Knight scored a franchise-low debut but still easily topped the North American box office with an estimated $43.5 million in ticket sales for the weekend.

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  • Transformers 5 Disappoints With Franchise-Low $69.1 Million US Opening
Transformers 5 Disappoints With Franchise-Low $69.1 Million US Opening

In comparison to these abysmal returns for Transformers: The Last Knight , the former films in the franchise have all come back with high dollar returns on their opening weekends, which ranged from $70 million to $108 million. " The Beguiled ", Sofia Coppola's latest movie (released by Focus Features), followed up its successful Cannes Film Fest...

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  • 'All Hell Breaks Loose' as Evangelical Convention Refuses to Condemn White Nationalism
'All Hell Breaks Loose' as Evangelical Convention Refuses to Condemn White Nationalism

Instead the resolution states Southern Baptists are to "decry every form of racism, including alt-right white supremacy, as antithetical to the Gospel of Jesus Christ" and "denounce and repudiate white supremacy and every form of racial and ethnic hatred as of the devil".

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  • Spieth holes bunker shot to win Travelers playoff
Spieth holes bunker shot to win Travelers playoff

Berger blocked his drive into the gallery at the last, but he gouged his second into a greenside bunker and splashed out to three feet before safely nailing the putt to set the target at 12 under, but he would be undone by the brilliance of Spieth at the first extra hole.

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  • BET Awards 2017: Biggest moments from the show
BET Awards 2017: Biggest moments from the show

When Solange Knowles stood on stage, graciously accepting her BET Award for song " Cranes In The Sky ", I was catapulted back to a time where I begged my mom to buy me her first solo album "Solo Star" and locked myself in my bedroom for hours listening.

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  • Bette Midler Shuts It Down During Tonys Acceptance Speech
Bette Midler Shuts It Down During Tonys Acceptance Speech

The show was a frontrunner, only in contention with " Come From Away ", a Canadian musical about a small town in Newfoundland that welcomed passengers stranded there on September 11th, which ended up being a quiet presence for the evening. Nope, there was no slowing Bette as she finally shut down the orchestra by saying, "Shut that crap off!" La...

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