• Kohli lauds Kuldeep, Rahane efforts
Kohli lauds Kuldeep, Rahane efforts

Chasing a hard 311 in a contest reduced to 43 overs per side at Queen's Park Oval, the Caribbean side were restricted to 205 for six, with Hope stroking an accomplished 81 off 88 balls. "Usually bowlers bowl seam up deliveries turning in and cross seam bowling the googly but he can do both with cross seam so that becomes more hard to pick from the ...

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  • The Last Video Of Otto Warmbier In North Korea Before His Arrest
The Last Video Of Otto Warmbier In North Korea Before His Arrest

CNN reports that at a meeting on June 6 in New York, North Korea's United Nations ambassador told the State Department's special representative for North Korean policy, Joseph Yun, that Otto was in a coma . Daniel Kanter, professor of neurology and director of the Neurocritical Care Program. The most important diagnostic test conducted, doc...

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  • Trump submits travel ban petition to SCOTUS
Trump submits travel ban petition to SCOTUS

Trump welcomed the Supreme Court's decision, saying in a statement it allowed his travel ban "to become largely effective". The ruling allows the court hear arguments on the order barring people from six majority-Muslim countries and will let it take effect for foreign nationals with no clear ties to the U.S, exceptions for the ban would be s...

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  • Govt defers implementation of TDS, TCS under GST to ensure smooth rollout
Govt defers implementation of TDS, TCS under GST to ensure smooth rollout

Owing to feedback received from the trade and industry regarding the aforementioned provisions, the Ministry announced that the provisions of Tax Deduction at Source (Section 51 of the CGST / SGST Act 2017) and Tax Collection at Source ( Section 52 of the CGST/SGST Act, 2017) will be brought into force from a date which will be communicated later.

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  • Trump hails SC decision as victory for US security
Trump hails SC decision as victory for US security

The exception is foreign nationals who can prove a "bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States ". The facts of these cases illustrate the sort of relationship that qualifies. Meanwhile, the Hawaii Attorney General's office had their own response. Vladeck agreed. "For a Justice who's been on the court for less than thre...

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  • Trump and Modi exchange hugs, herald stronger US-India ties
Trump and Modi exchange hugs, herald stronger US-India ties

Otherwise, in display of special relations with India , the White House will host a dinner for PM Modi, which is the first for a foreign dignitary by President Trump and the First Lady Melania Trump. "And after many years, we've got three-fourth majority in the state assembly", Modi added. "Defense is where India and the USA will likely see ...

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  • Hosting Kushner, Netanyahu Extols Common Goals of Prosperity, Security and Peace
Hosting Kushner, Netanyahu Extols Common Goals of Prosperity, Security and Peace

However, Trump's administration has since softened its stance, and the US President said after his meeting with Netanyahu and Abbas in May that they both were "ready to start negotiations", and pledged to support them, without specifying what form that support would take.

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  • Doctors: Ex-North Korea detainee Otto Warmbier has severe brain injury
Doctors: Ex-North Korea detainee Otto Warmbier has severe brain injury

Kanter said that Warmbier had suffered "extensive loss of brain tissue in all regions of the brain", but he declined to discuss Warmbier's prognosis at the request of his family. He spoke as an OH hospital said Otto had suffered a " severe neurological injury " and is in a stable condition. They said an examination of the rest of Mr Warmbier'...

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  • One Year After Pulse Shooting, Orlando Honors Those Who Died
One Year After Pulse Shooting, Orlando Honors Those Who Died

The name of each victim was read aloud, starting at 2:02 a.m. Monday. "I realize that gathering here in this place, at this hour, is beyond hard", Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer said during the service, according to the AP . And I think putting a time on it is unrealistic. She says that people ask her what has changed in her life since the tragedy...

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  • Trump, Modi exchange hugs during Rose Garden statements
Trump, Modi exchange hugs during Rose Garden statements

Apple has not disclosed how much revenue it generates in India but said that sales grew by "strong double digits" there in the most recent quarter. "After our meetings today, I will say that the relationship between India and the United States has never been stronger, has never been better", Trump said in a televised remark with Modi in the Wh...

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  • Cindy leaves tornado in its wake; injuries, damage in Alabama
Cindy leaves tornado in its wake; injuries, damage in Alabama

Forecasters expect remnants of Tropical Depression Cindy to drench parts of Tennessee, Kentucky and West Virginia, bringing heavy rainfall, possible flash flooding and higher river and lake levels through the weekend. Although there is no lightning associated with the rain thus far, the weather service says going through this morning, there shoul...

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  • Muslims celebrate amid tight security in Kano
Muslims celebrate amid tight security in Kano

For the first time in almost two decades, Ramadan has come and gone without the White House recognizing it with an iftar or Eid celebration, as had taken place each year under the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations. With Muslims around the world, the United States renews our commitment to honor these values. " Eid is an occasion of happin...

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  • PM Narendra Modi takes a jibe at Pakistan's terror agenda
PM Narendra Modi takes a jibe at Pakistan's terror agenda

After an Oval Office meeting mid-afternoon the leaders will dine together at the White House , though no press conference is scheduled. Some commentators have suggested Modi and Trump should have a natural affinity, having both risen to power in part by castigating the traditional ruling elite while offering a strongly nationalistic vision.

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  • In defence, Trump seeks to redefine meaning of obstruction
In defence, Trump seeks to redefine meaning of obstruction

Trump's criticism of Obama has increased since The Washington Post published a detailed report about Obama's reluctance to speak publicly about, or retaliate against, Russia's actions after the Central Intelligence Agency informed him of them in August.

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  • Trump welcomes India PM at White House for their 1st meeting
Trump welcomes India PM at White House for their 1st meeting

Noting the importance of the upcoming MALABAR naval exercise (involving the US, Japan and India), the leaders determined to expand their engagements on shared maritime objectives and to explore new exercises. "I'm proud to announce to the media, to the American people, and to the Indian people, that Prime Minister Modi and I are world leaders in s...

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  • Adjunct who posted about N. Korea detainee won't be rehired
Adjunct who posted about N. Korea detainee won't be rehired

Pyongyang has criticized Washington for its handling of the death of a student who was returned to the United States after falling ill in custody, saying accusations that Otto Warmbier was tortured in North Korea are a pure " smear campaign ".

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  • US threatens Syria over chemical attack
US threatens Syria over chemical attack

Days later, President Donald Trump launched a cruise missile strike on a Syrian government-controlled air base where us officials said the Syrian military had launched the chemical attack. Syria blamed terrorist groups for the attack. Nikki Haley , the US ambassador to the United Nations, extended the warning to the Syrian government's allie...

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  • Taliban Releases Video of American, Australian Teachers Held Hostage in Afghanistan
Taliban Releases Video of American, Australian Teachers Held Hostage in Afghanistan

The leader of Afghanistan's Taliban , Mawlavi Haibatullah Akhundzada, has warned the United States that it will be "making a mistake" by increasing its troop strength to combat insurgents. Officials said military personnel and civilians had converged at the bank to draw salaries ahead of Eid when the bomb was detonated. At least 29 people we...

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  • Kushner adds defense attorney Abbe Lowell to Russian Federation investigation legal team
Kushner adds defense attorney Abbe Lowell to Russian Federation investigation legal team

Kushner is reportedly under scrutiny for meetings with Russian officials. The loan came at a critical moment. Part of a refinancing package for property near Times Square in Manhattan, the deal was struck as Kushner was propelling the Trump campaign to the finish line and Deutsche Bank was settling fraud cases with federal and state authoritie...

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  • Supreme Court reinstates Trump travel ban, will hear arguments
Supreme Court reinstates Trump travel ban, will hear arguments

He has said the temporary travel ban was necessary to keep risky people out of the country while stronger vetting policies were created. Ismail Elshikh (EES-my-ayl-el-sheek) said Monday he's not optimistic because of the delays in his mother-in-law's application and the additional paperwork being requested.

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