• Tata Motors & Mahindra To Showcase 12 EVs At Auto Expo India 2018
Tata Motors & Mahindra To Showcase 12 EVs At Auto Expo India 2018

South Korean carmaker Kia Motors Corp 000270.KS is targeting annual sales of 300,000 vehicles in India from 2021, the head of its local unit said on Wednesday, as it gears up to launch cars in the world's fifth-largest auto market. According to the company, it plans to launch its vehicle offerings in 2019. In the commercial vehicles segment, th...

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  • International Olympic Committee chief 'disappointed' over lifting of Russian doping bans
International Olympic Committee chief 'disappointed' over lifting of Russian doping bans

They have frozen all contacts with AIBA, except the ones on the working level which are necessary to implement the respective International Olympic Committee decisions, and expect another report from the boxing body, which would need to be delivered by April 30.

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  • Toys R Us jump starts closures, begins liquidation sales
Toys R Us jump starts closures, begins liquidation sales

The liquidation sales are being organized by Gordon Brothers, Hilco Merchant Resources, Tiger Capital Group and Great American Group. USA Today reported that some stores, including those in MA, will be hosting sales as early as Wednesday and last until April 15.

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  • US Official Confesses Russian Hackers Infiltrated US Voter Systems
US Official Confesses Russian Hackers Infiltrated US Voter Systems

Jeanette Manfra , the U.S. official overseeing cybersecurity at the Department of Homeland Security, said that Russian Federation has targeted the voter registration systems of 21 USA states ahead of the 2016 election . In an interview on Tuesday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Russian Federation is already trying to interfere in the upcomi...

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  • Bermuda repeals same-sex marriage in world first
Bermuda repeals same-sex marriage in world first

He added: “The Act is meant to strike a fair balance between two now irreconcilable groups in Bermuda , by restating that marriage must be between a male and a female, while recognising and protecting the rights of same-sex couples.”. A handful of same-sex marriages have taken place in Bermuda after they were legalised by a court ruling in May 201...

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  • George W. Bush: There's 'Clear Evidence Russians Meddled' in US Election
George W. Bush: There's 'Clear Evidence Russians Meddled' in US Election

In addition to commenting on Russia , Bush also discussed immigration. " It's problematic that a foreign nation is involved in our election system", he added. Mr Bush appeared critical at the climate of hostility generated towards immigrants under the Trump administration. "The reason he does is because the demise of the Soviet Union troubles h...

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  • Netanyahu lashes out at Israel police as graft probe nears end
Netanyahu lashes out at Israel police as graft probe nears end

Netanyahu, who has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing and called the investigation a political attack orchestrated by the opposition, addressed his followers in a video posted on his Facebook account. A leaked audio recording of the couple's oldest son, Yair, during a night of excess in Tel Aviv's strip clubs further dented the reputation of Isra...

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  • Oil dips as dollar rises to highest in a week
Oil dips as dollar rises to highest in a week

US crude stocks rose last week even though refineries hiked output, which also boosted gasoline and distillate inventories, the Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday. "A global sell-off in risk assets is gathering pace and sending the energy complex lower amid a sea of red", PVM Oil Associates Ltd. analysts Tamas Varga and Stephen...

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  • N Korea stages a military parade on eve of Olympics
N Korea stages a military parade on eve of Olympics

The DPRK delegation will come to South Korea via a private jet today. The Games, being staged 80 km (50 miles) from the heavily militarised border between the two Koreas, is set for an awkward political encounter, with Pence as well as the North Korean leader's younger sister attending Friday's opening ceremony.

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  • US Secretary of State's visit to Peru: Venezuela on the Agenda
US Secretary of State's visit to Peru: Venezuela on the Agenda

Though Russia likely broke the law by having state-backed hackers steal information from the Democratic National Committee, cybercrime remains highly unattributable and below the threshold of crimes that the us would respond to with military action.

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  • Polish president indicators Holocaust regulation regardless of protests by Israel, US & Ukraine
Polish president indicators Holocaust regulation regardless of protests by Israel, US & Ukraine

The Polish law would impose prison sentences of up to three years for using the phrase "Polish death camps" and for suggesting "publicly and against the facts" that the Polish nation or state was complicit in Nazi Germany's crimes. Millions more Polish Jews, and other non-Jewish, Polish civilians were murdered across the country. The global cri...

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  • North Korea: US Planning 'Bloody Nose' First Strike
North Korea: US Planning 'Bloody Nose' First Strike

On Tuesday, a U.S. envoy said that Pyongyang is only a few months away from having a nuclear warhead that will have the capacity to strike the continental United States and must be disarmed as soon as possible. North Korea has a history of responding harshly , even hysterically, to mentions of their human rights abuses. In fact, Kissinger says ...

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  • British Isis fighters captured by US-backed Kurds in Syria
British Isis fighters captured by US-backed Kurds in Syria

The news of Kotey and Elsheikh's capture was first reported by the New York Times , which said the two were detained by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces fighting the last pockets of IS militants in Syria along the Euphrates River south of the border with Iraq.

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  • Obama Knew About Details of Clinton Email Probe
Obama Knew About Details of Clinton Email Probe

Since learning of the text messages in December, the president and his allies have latched onto them as evidence of an anti-Trump conspiracy at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice. But it was impossible to discern from the texts alone what specifically the president was inquiring about. "I guarantee that there is no poli...

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  • Sri Lanka wins toss, will bat 1st vs Bangladesh in 2nd test
Sri Lanka wins toss, will bat 1st vs Bangladesh in 2nd test

The two-Test series remained locked at 0-0 after the first match ended in a draw in Chittagong on Sunday. The game saw Bangladesh 513 and 307 for five while Sri Lanka themselves posted a massive 713 for nine total in the only innings they batted as the game ended in a boring draw.

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  • Boy gets stuck in arcade claw machine
Boy gets stuck in arcade claw machine

Under the hashtag #youneverknowwhatsgonnahappen, the Titusville, Florida , Fire and Emergency Services Department reports extricating a boy Wednesday from an arcade claw machines . Fortunately, Titusville an off-duty firefighter lieutenant was in the restaurant when the boy became trapped. House " told the mother to call 911 , knowing our guys ...

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  • White House staff secretary resigns amid allegations of domestic abuse
White House staff secretary resigns amid allegations of domestic abuse

Porter's ex-wife, Jennie Willoughby, is speaking out on-camera for the first time, telling The Washington Post the abuse began on their honeymoon in 2009 and escalated right after their one-year anniversary. "His values were very powerfully formed and it's just hard for me to find in my memory of my service with him a flaw". According to U.S. m...

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  • President Trump orders military parade to top France
President Trump orders military parade to top France

With our wars un-won and our veterans often unable to access the care they need to cope with the wounds, both physical and psychological, of battle, President Donald Trump believes its the ideal time for a Soviet-style show of military might in the streets of Washington , D.C.

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  • Trump says stocks drop is 'big mistake' amid strong economy
Trump says stocks drop is 'big mistake' amid strong economy

Now comes the hangover. Wall Street was focused on the short term. The Dow closed at 24,346.13, down 4.6%, having at one point plummeted almost 1,600 points to hit a session low of 23,923.88. Bush . Is it a threat to the global economy? There are signs that wages are beginning to increase at a higher rate, and job gains have been mostly ste...

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  • U.S. conduct airstrikes near Tajikistan and China border with Afghanistan
U.S. conduct airstrikes near Tajikistan and China border with Afghanistan

The US Air Force has carried out a series of airstrikes on Taliban hideouts near the border with Tajikistan and China as efforts are underway to suppress the Taliban-led insurgency across the country as part of the ongoing massive air campaign.

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