• Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman conducts aerial survey of the Doklam-Nathula area
Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman conducts aerial survey of the Doklam-Nathula area

Here She visited the Forward Post of the Indian Army and China went to the border. The video had been posted on Sitharaman's official Twitter handle and the report about her visit had been widely carried in the Indian media. Mrs Sitharaman also visited the Gajraj Corps Head Quarters where she was briefed by GOC Gajraj Corps Lt Gen AS Bedi on th...

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  • Hamilton wins, Ricciardo third at Japan F1
Hamilton wins, Ricciardo third at Japan F1

Hamilton , who started on pole alongside Vettel, cruised to victory to open a 59-point lead over his German rival with just four races remaining. Hamilton can clinch the title in the next race. "These engines are so complex, but all I can really say is my guys do such a phenomenal job, they are just so meticulous, and so faultless with their proc...

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  • Las Vegas shooting: Killer placed cameras in hotel
Las Vegas shooting: Killer placed cameras in hotel

Lombardo called her a "person of interest". The 62-year-old was a live-in girlfriend of Paddock . Danley returned to the United States from the Philippines Tuesday night . Police are still investigating a mysterious slip of paper spotted in photos released of the Las Vegas gunman's room - but they knocked down rumors that it was a suicide not...

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  • Some private citizens complain of health symptoms after visiting Cuba
Some private citizens complain of health symptoms after visiting Cuba

Cuba has denied involvement, and Washington has not directly blamed the government in Havana. On Friday, the US embassy in Havana identified the Hotel Nacional and Hotel Capri as the two places where it said embassy personnel had been targeted over the past few months, and said the USA government had "imposed limitations on lodging" there.

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  • ICE official threatens worksite arrests after sanctuary state declaration
ICE official threatens worksite arrests after sanctuary state declaration

California has become a " sanctuary state" in order to protect its immigrants from the Trump administration. It prohibits jails and prisons from holding illegal aliens for arrest by federal immigration authorities. Instead, the officers must try to arrest them at their homes or jobs out in the community - where their family or other illegal ...

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  • Inside the Game: Wake Forest at No. 2 Clemson
Inside the Game: Wake Forest at No. 2 Clemson

Wake Forest senior quarterback John Wolford missed the game with an injury to his non-throwing shoulder suffered during last week's 26-19 loss against Florida State. Clemson outgained the Demon Deacons 385-131 in the first half but led only 14-0. He said he got hit on his ankle on Travis Etienne's 1-yard TD run.

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  • Italy held by Macedonia 1-1, nearly into World Cup 2018 playoffs
Italy held by Macedonia 1-1, nearly into World Cup 2018 playoffs

Italy is now second in Group G with 19 points, just three points back of first-place Spain. Macedonia has been eliminated from a chance at participating in the next World Cup but Italy is in a contested battle with Spain for the first-place spot out of Group G .

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  • Suspected bee-killing pesticide found in honey samples
Suspected bee-killing pesticide found in honey samples

While the researchers emphasize that the concentrations of neonicotinoids were below levels that the European Union authorizes in food and feed, they do cite some emerging studies on the effects of neonicotinoids in vertebrate animals, such as impaired immune functioning and reduced growth, which may result in a re-evaluation of these restricti...

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  • PM to lay foundation stone for four NH projects in Gujarat
PM to lay foundation stone for four NH projects in Gujarat

Besides, he also laid foundation for a four-lane state highway connecting Rajkot and Morbi. This is how narrow their concept of development was. Modi reached Rajkot after offering prayers at Dwarikasdeesh temple in Dwarka and addressing a public rally at the pilgrimage place.

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  • Georgia LB Patrick facing possible suspension after arrest
Georgia LB Patrick facing possible suspension after arrest

Friday. This is the second arrest on marijuana charges for Patrick, which, according to the university's student-athlete code of conduct handbook means he's due to be suspended four games, per College Football Talk . After that, the officer put Patrick in handcuffs and asked Patrick again if there was any more marijuana in the vehicle. The offic...

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  • Las Vegas gunman may have planned earlier attack
Las Vegas gunman may have planned earlier attack

A preliminary review of police records don't indicate that authorities had any contact with him but police are still investigating, Parrish said. A family assistance center also is operating at the22 Las Vegas Convention Center to help family members of victims locate the22ir loved ones.

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  • STUNNER: Iowa State upsets No. 3 Oklahoma 38-31
STUNNER: Iowa State upsets No. 3 Oklahoma 38-31

According to the report, Park did not arrive with the team in Norman this afternoon. ABOUT OKLAHOMA (4-0, 1-0): Mayfield, who hasn't thrown an interception in his last six games dating back to last season, leads the nation in passing efficiency rating (228.3) and passing yards per attempt (13.2) and has thrown at least two touchdown passes in 17 ...

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  • Protest Uganda draw - Gyan to GFA
Protest Uganda draw - Gyan to GFA

Ghana will now face a nervous wait as Egypt host Congo on Sunday, where a draw will end the team's chances of making it to Russian Federation. Mr Bennett and assistants denied Ghana a flawless goal in the 93rd minute with television replays showing that it was a ideal goal.

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  • California becomes a sanctuary state
California becomes a sanctuary state

A statement from the Governor's office touted Brown's signing of legislation to fund legal services for illegal aliens "seeking naturalization and deportation defense", to provide health coverage for illegal aliens, the "California Dream Act" and a law to provide California driver licenses to illegal aliens.

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  • US Hikes Tariffs on Bombardier Jets to 300%
US Hikes Tariffs on Bombardier Jets to 300%

The decision falls in line with US President Donald Trump's "America First" push and further strains the already rattled US trade relations with the United Kingdom, where the C-Series jets are made. Mr Turner said: "This latest threat of additional tariffs by the United States government, raising to 300% the tariffs imposed so far, highlights an ...

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  • White House fires back at top GOP senator's scorching criticism
White House fires back at top GOP senator's scorching criticism

He said in another one of his Twitter rants that "only one thing will work" when it comes to dealing with North Korea . Trump "wants to look for a broad strategy that addresses all of those problems, not just one-offing those", she said .

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  • Sanctions Revoked Following Sustained Positive Action by the Government of Sudan
Sanctions Revoked Following Sustained Positive Action by the Government of Sudan

John Prendergast, founding director of the Enough Project, a human rights group focused on African conflict zones, called for targeted, financial sanctions that would spare ordinary Sudanese yet maintain pressure on Khartoum in order to achieve human rights improvements.

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  • Kim Jong-Nam may have been poisoned by other suspects: Expert witness
Kim Jong-Nam may have been poisoned by other suspects: Expert witness

Chemical pathologist Nur Ashikin Othman told the court Tuesday that tests on Kim's blood showed a very low level of 344 units per liter of cholinesterase enzyme, which breaks down neurotransmitters in the body that send signals to the brain and control the muscles.

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  • Russian airstrikes kill 120 IS militants, 60 mercenaries in Syria
Russian airstrikes kill 120 IS militants, 60 mercenaries in Syria

The ministry noted that the armed forces destroyed a command post of terrorists near Meyadin city of Syria and killed up to 80 militants, including nine militants coming from the North Caucasus. According to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Syrian forces and allied militiamen entered western parts of Mayadeen, including ...

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  • NRA backs probe of
NRA backs probe of "bump fire stocks"

House Speaker Paul Ryan is adding his support, as are other top Republicans . One image appears to show an assault rifle fitted with a legal modified stock, which uses the weapon's recoil to allow the shooter to fire rounds at a speed approaching that of a fully automatic gun .

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