• 6 suspects convicted in 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts
6 suspects convicted in 1993 Mumbai bomb blasts

Abdul Qayyum Shaikh, an alleged member of Dawood Ibrahim's gang, is the lone accused who was acquitted of all charges. MUMBAI , India (AP) — An Indian court on Friday convicted six people of involvement in an attack in Mumbai in 1993 in which 12 powerful bombs packed in cars, scooters and suitcases killed 257 people and injured hundreds of oth...

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  • Amazon deal slams retailers as Dow edges to record
Amazon deal slams retailers as Dow edges to record

Whole Foods Market will still run physical stores under its own brand so the deal seems more about bringing Amazon's scale and expertise - especially in analytics - to bare. " Whole Foods has been slow and clumsy in its ability to take customer data and translate it into meaningful customer communications that can then translate into sales", he...

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  • US Fed raises rates, provokes caution in Indian markets
US Fed raises rates, provokes caution in Indian markets

The caps will be increased every three months until they reach fully phased-in levels. If the USA benchmark rate surpasses Korea's, then foreign capital will flow out of the Korean market. Fed chair Janet Yellen (pictured above) said that the prospects for world's largest economy remained bright, with GDP growth of 2.2% now penned in for 20...

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  • U.S. central bank should be careful when raising rates, Fed's Kaplan says
U.S. central bank should be careful when raising rates, Fed's Kaplan says

Fed Chair Janet Yellen expressed confidence that recent weak inflation readings were transitory. He also voted against the Fed's first rate hike this year, in March. He spoke at the end of May and noted soft inflation then but said it wasn't enough to alter his forecast, which is for three hikes this year. Presently, the Fed expects economic g...

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  • President Trump Turns to Apprenticeships to Get People to Work
President Trump Turns to Apprenticeships to Get People to Work

The Secret Service doesn't have audio recordings or transcriptions of conversations between President Trump and former FBI Director James Comey , the agency told the Wall Street Journal . Comey testified in a Senate hearing last week that he believed he was sacked "because of the Russian Federation investigation". A combination of investigati...

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  • Britain should stress jobs, prosperity in Brexit talks - Hammond
Britain should stress jobs, prosperity in Brexit talks - Hammond

Anxious by immigration and loss of sovereignty, Britain a year ago voted to end its decades-old membership of the 28-country bloc - the first country ever to do so - in a shock referendum result. Monday's negotiations are to open at 11:00am in Brussels (0900 GMT) with 90 minutes of talks between Barnier and Davis, followed by a working lunch betw...

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  • Trump announces he's under investigation
Trump announces he's under investigation

Rod Rosenstein , the deputy attorney general, appointed former FBI Director Robert Mueller as a special prosecutor in an investigation of alleged collusion between Trump associates and Russian Federation in the 2016 election. " Witch Hunt ", Trump said in an early morning tweet. In a statement many have described as "odd", Rosens...

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  • Jonny Hayes looks forward to Champions League with Celtic
Jonny Hayes looks forward to Champions League with Celtic

Hayes, also heavily linked with Championship clubs Cardiff City and Birmingham City , pens a three-year deal at Parkhead for an undisclosed fee. It was a great season for Hayes, he was nominated for Scottish Player of the Season and also made three worldwide appearances.

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  • Justin Thomas breaks record, but Brian Harman leads at US Open
Justin Thomas breaks record, but Brian Harman leads at US Open

However, Thomas bettered those performances with a remarkable 63 that saw him become the first player to complete a U.S. Open round in nine under par. "We're definitely in good position for tomorrow". World number one Dustin Johnson said he plans to take some time off with his family as he struggles to digest his US Open flop.

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  • Drilling Down Into Duke Realty Corporation (DRE)
Drilling Down Into Duke Realty Corporation (DRE)

The stock declined 0.04% or $0.04 reaching $94.8 on the news. About 978,900 shares traded. After $1.57 actual earnings per share reported by SL Green Realty Corp for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts 1.91 % EPS growth. The stock of SL Green Realty Corp (NYSE:SLG) earned "Buy" rating by TheStreet on Friday, October 23. The rating was i...

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  • Tapwrit Wears Down Irish War Cry to Win Belmont Stakes
Tapwrit Wears Down Irish War Cry to Win Belmont Stakes

Neither Always Dreaming nor the 2017 Preakness victor Cloud Computing were in the field for Saturday's Belmont Stakes , the mile-and-a-half race proven to be the toughest Triple Crown event, and one of the most grueling in the sport.

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  • Russian Federation inquiry: Vice-President Pence hires lawyer
Russian Federation inquiry: Vice-President Pence hires lawyer

Bush in 1991 as USA attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia. In May, President Donald Trump hired lawyer Marc Kasowitz - who past year represented the Trump campaign and has previously represented Trump personally - to serve as the president's attorney for investigation-related issues.

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  • US Open notebook: Tommy Fleetwood prevents total meltdown on No. 18
US Open notebook: Tommy Fleetwood prevents total meltdown on No. 18

Open history, matching Johnny Miller's 63 at par-71 Oakmont in 1973. The 2011 champion McIlroy shot a second round 71 but his horror opening score of five-over on day one means his uncertain season continues as he missed the one-over cut line; the joint-highest in US Open history.

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  • Penguins' Murray unfazed by back-to-back losses
Penguins' Murray unfazed by back-to-back losses

The Penguins won the first two games in the series at home . And his name isn't Murray. An undrafted free agent playing just his sixth career playoff game, Gaudreau scored the go-ahead goal 3:45 into the second period and Pekka Rinne made 23 saves as the Predators beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1 on Monday night to even their best-o...

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  • President Trump Admits: 'I Am Being Investigated for Firing the FBI Director'
President Trump Admits: 'I Am Being Investigated for Firing the FBI Director'

He did not mention any names but his message comes a day after he took to Twitter to slam a media report indicating that special counsel Robert Mueller was investigating Trump himself for obstruction of justice related to the Russian Federation probe.

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  • May to meet Irish party leader on government formation
May to meet Irish party leader on government formation

Here's what you need to know. Under the Good Friday agreement, unionists and Irish republicans like Sinn Fein entered into a power-sharing government . This probably will leave nationalists in the north looking with more urgency to the Irish government to support their interests. Although it campaigned for Brexit, it is aware that more than 50...

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  • General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt to be replaced in August
General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt to be replaced in August

Immelt, would retire, ending a 16-year run in which he refocused the company on its industrial roots but also made notable acquisitions. GE named John Flannery as its new CEO. Since Immelt became CEO in 2001, GE shares have fallen 29 percent, while its S&P 500 index has more than doubled. Immelt, 61, led the successful transformation of GE into...

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  • 58 presumed dead in London tower blaze, police say
58 presumed dead in London tower blaze, police say

Cundy added that the death toll could rise. Meanwhile, residents and families met with the Prime Minister at No.10 as Theresa May was blasted for her handling of the disaster. Witnesses of Wednesday's disaster said some people jumped from their flats, while others saw babies and children being dropped into the arms of people below.

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  • Hosts Russia see off New Zealand in Confederations Cup opener
Hosts Russia see off New Zealand in Confederations Cup opener

New Zealand is now without a win in four trips to the Confederations Cup, and next plays Mexico on Wednesday in Sochi. The Confederations Cup kicked off on Saturday and will last through July 2 in the Russian cities of Kazan, Sochi, St. A three-player race to meet the rebound off a post saw the sliding Boxall's trailing right arm get the final t...

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  • Let's address sensitive issues: Xi to Modi
Let's address sensitive issues: Xi to Modi

Highlighting India's concerns, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India's arrival into the organisation would boost the fight against terrorism. "We need to eradicate poverty and terrorism from our region", Sharif said while addressing the SCO Summit in Astana , Kazakhstan.

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