• Kohli, Anushka backseat selfie gets 1 Million likes in 12 hours only
Kohli, Anushka backseat selfie gets 1 Million likes in 12 hours only

The actress is in NY to attend the IIFA Awards 2017 and Virat joined the gorgeous lady to spend some quality time with her. Anushka does join Kohli on his tours with the Indian team whenever she can take out time from her busy schedule. A few weeks back, a video of Virat went viral in which he was heard saying that Anushka has a special place in ...

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  • Osinbajo's visit to Buhari a deceit - Fayose
Osinbajo's visit to Buhari a deceit - Fayose

Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state has threatened to confirm the fear of Nigerians that President Muhammadu Buhari is not recuperating like the government says, but actually dying. He said, "Today is July 12, making 115 days that President Buhari spent overseas taking care of his health out of the 193 days in 2017, and what Nigerians are be...

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  • Stakeholders advice Nigerians to adopt family planning
Stakeholders advice Nigerians to adopt family planning

This year's theme is " Family Planning: Empowering People, Developing Nations ". In 1989, the United Nations General Assembly declared July 11 as World Population Day , focused on enhancing awareness about population issues , including their relation to the environment and development.

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  • Even People Playing in MLB All-Star Game Would Rather Be Watching Football
Even People Playing in MLB All-Star Game Would Rather Be Watching Football

I just try to go out there and play the game I can and enjoy what I do. "I have no clue". Love him or hate him, you've got an opinion on Harper . "How do you think Dak's gonna be this year?" Answer to a question from a Chicago reporter: Harper likes playing there, too.

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"Idiocy": Trump Caves After Critics Slam New Plan to Work with Russian Federation

Rep. Eric Swalwell said it was like "giving the alarm code to the guys who just burglarized your home". "They did meddle in the election", Priebus said. "It's yet to be seen what is going to be of Assad", Priebus said. While speaking in Poland ahead of the summit Thursday Trump said "other countries" could have been involved.

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  • Need for pressure on North Korea growing - PM
Need for pressure on North Korea growing - PM

He said the significant achievements there included rallying worldwide support for bringing North Korea back to dialogue and for dismantling the regime's nuclear program, as well as reaffirming Seoul's role as a leader in inter-Korean negotiations.

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  • Malta on track to legalize same-sex marriage
Malta on track to legalize same-sex marriage

The European island nation of Malta legalized same-sex marriage in a almost unanimous parliamentary vote on Wednesday. With Wednesday's vote, Malta joins more than a dozen other European countries that have legalized same-sex marriage, including Germany, France, Belgium and the Netherlands.

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  • Noida apartment complex attacked by mob
Noida apartment complex attacked by mob

Upon seeing her wife default her usual time for returning home, her husband Abdul Sattar approached the society guards and inquired about her departure. "When I went in the evening she was started blaming me again, to which I said I am not going to work for you anymore. I wonder how the husband knew about the phone if his wife had not gone back hom...

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  • China steel exports ease in June, aluminium shipments steady
China steel exports ease in June, aluminium shipments steady

Dollar-denominated exports rose 11.3% in the 12 months through June. That volume was down 20 percent from a record 9.59 million tonnes in May, but up 1.7 percent from 7.56 million tonnes in June past year, figures from the General Administration of Customs of China showed.

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  • Retired Marine familiar with planes speaks about aircraft that crashed
Retired Marine familiar with planes speaks about aircraft that crashed

One witness said some bodies were found more than a mile away. He said Brendan loved the outdoors and was considering a job as a park ranger or a fish and game warden. Reached by phone on Wednesday, he estimated it will take investigators five or six days to sift through the wreckage and clean up the site where the plane crashed on Monday.

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  • Rory McIlroy: 'Driver is least of my worries'
Rory McIlroy: 'Driver is least of my worries'

And he's hopeful the change will be pivotal in ending a 24-year Australian drought at next week's Open Championship . "I said, 'Yeah, let's go" and dad replied 'Rory, we are on a boat - balls are going to move!' I make that joke every time I go on now".

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  • N. Korea Calls US Practice Bombing Run a 'Provocation'
N. Korea Calls US Practice Bombing Run a 'Provocation'

The Soviets, even at their most hard-line, never lobbed nuclear missiles toward America, and never declared the nuclear annihilation of the United States as a stated goal (indeed, the Soviets forced Castro to stand down when he wanted to empty his silos at the United States during the Crisis).

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  • Heat advisory in effect today
Heat advisory in effect today

With today's forecast high of 93, the dew point would have to be 69 degrees in order for today to have the highest heat index of the year so far. The NWS' excessive heat warning will last up until Thursday night, when temperatures should drop to 75 degrees and a chance of storms and showers could bring between a quarter and an inch of rain.

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  • US House speaker says wants to pass Russian Federation sanctions bill soon
US House speaker says wants to pass Russian Federation sanctions bill soon

At Monday's White House press briefing, Sanders would only say that Trump "heard Putin's denial" without elaborating as to whether the president believed it or not. "But I am committed to making sure that this bill passes and that we have sanctions on Iran and Russian Federation". The latest drop in what's become a squall of Russia-related cont...

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  • Florida's First Black State Attorney Pulled Over By Two Cops
Florida's First Black State Attorney Pulled Over By Two Cops

The State Attorney, visibly annoyed, asks for the officers' cards. In the video of the incident caught on the officer's body cam, the officer said that the reason for the stop was that they had run her car's license plates and no information came back on the vehicle.

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  • Trump administration seeks to renegotiate South Korea trade deal
Trump administration seeks to renegotiate South Korea trade deal

He wants to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement and has threatened tariffs on foreign products, such as steel. In January, he withdrew from the TPP, a deal signed under former President Barack Obama with 11 other Pacific Rim nations.

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  • The myth of the great United States private health-care system
The myth of the great United States private health-care system

Virtually every modern country in the world has some sort of national health care plan. "My brother and sister both have children in the States, and it's very very hard for them to decide when to go to the doctor and if they could afford it, and if their insurance deductibles are acceptable, and things like that".

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  • Xi, Trump meet on ties, hot-spot issues on G20 sidelines
Xi, Trump meet on ties, hot-spot issues on G20 sidelines

The two B-1 bombers flew 2,000 miles from Anderson Air Force Base in Guam to conduct a precision strike training exercise with South Korean fighter jets. Wrapping up his second trip overseas, Trump was meeting later in the day with President Xi Jinping of China as the US sought to forge a consensus on how to counter North Korea's push to develop it...

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  • In reversal, Afghan girls will be allowed into U.S. for robotics competition
In reversal, Afghan girls will be allowed into U.S. for robotics competition

Politico reported that their entry came at the urging of President Trump. Critics had argued that the visa denials sent the wrong message to Afghanistan , where USA troops are still fighting Taliban militants who once barred girls from attending school.

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  • North Korea Celebrates Successful Missile Launch With Wild Pop Concert
North Korea Celebrates Successful Missile Launch With Wild Pop Concert

The concert hall also seemed with people in uniforms. North and South Korea are technically still at war because the Korean war ended in a armistice and not a peace treaty. "The American bastards must be quite unhappy after closely watching our strategic decision". "We should often send them gift packages so they won't be too bored".

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