• Meira Kumar seeks support from TMC, Left, Congress
Meira Kumar seeks support from TMC, Left, Congress

Burman said the BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav and senior Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, who is also the convener of the North East Democratic alliance (NEDA) have requested TMC MLAs of Tripura to vote for BJP's presidential candidate Ramnath Kobind.

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  • Flipkart's $700-800 million offer to buy Snapdeal rejected by board
Flipkart's $700-800 million offer to buy Snapdeal rejected by board

That offer, which is significantly lower than Flipkart's opening bid of roughly $1 billion, has been rejected by Snapdeal , they said on the condition of anonymity. And while due diligence was underway, one of Snapdeal's smaller investors PremjiInvest - Azim Premji's investment firm - wrote to the board expressing its dissent over the propos...

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  • DOJ pushes back on Hawaii's request for clarity on travel ban
DOJ pushes back on Hawaii's request for clarity on travel ban

Reportedly, the justice department's lawyers argued in court papers that the government's definition, "hews closely to the categorical determinations articulated by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act". The state of Hawaii has challenged that the administration's interpretation of the SCOTUS ruling was too broad. Meantime, the governm...

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  • Nottingham Forest and Cardiff City in battle for Rangers forward
Nottingham Forest and Cardiff City in battle for Rangers forward

A deal between the two clubs either side of the border of around £750,000 is expected to be completed by the end of this week according to the report, with no great surprise in McKay's desire to leave Rangers with limited future opportunities.

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  • Leopard hangs from electric pole, autopsy rules out poacher's hand
Leopard hangs from electric pole, autopsy rules out poacher's hand

The forest officials lowered the body and after the post mortem, which was done by an assistant veterinary surgeon, it was burnt and the whole process was videotaped, said Mr. In September a year ago, shockingly, a leopard was electrocuted while attempting to catch a peacock who had already died of electrocution in Coimbatore district in Tamil Nadu...

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  • Alexis Sanchez must leave Arsenal to win the Champions League, says Zamorano
Alexis Sanchez must leave Arsenal to win the Champions League, says Zamorano

Sanchez has developed into one of the Premier League's top attackers since joining Arsenal from Barcelona back in 2014. The player has major interest from clubs across Europe, with heavyweights like Bayern Munich , PSG , Chelsea and Manchester City in the pursuit of his services.

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  • 10 dead, dozens injured in Bangladesh garment factory blast
10 dead, dozens injured in Bangladesh garment factory blast

The injured people, which is likely to be 47, were rushed to hospital for treatment. The factory had been shut for 10 days for the Eid period at the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan and was being readied to resume operations from Tuesday.

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  • Two dead in Utah polygamous community due to E. Coli
Two dead in Utah polygamous community due to E. Coli

About 5 to 10 percent of people diagnosed with E. coli O157 infection develop a potentially life-threatening complication that can lead to kidney failure , according to the U.S. The mother of Fullerton also got sick. David Heaton, a spokesman for the health department, tells Fox 13 News they have tested the water in the area and are confid...

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  • Subway expands UK, Ireland operations, seeks 500 franchisees
Subway expands UK, Ireland operations, seeks 500 franchisees

The Subway franchise of sandwich restaurants plans to open a further 500 outlets in the United Kingdom and Ireland over the next three years, creating about 5,000 jobs, as it seeks to capitalize on a growing appetite for cheap food on the go.

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  • U.S. lifts laptop ban for Etihad flights
U.S. lifts laptop ban for Etihad flights

Etihad was exempted from the ban because the United States is satisfied with the airport's increased security procedures. "There was an assessment by the U.S. The move - welcomed by Etihad - comes more than three months after the United States prohibited such devices on direct flights from 10 airports in Turkey, the Middle East and North Africa.

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  • Yankees Set To Receive Some Pitching Reinforcements On Tuesday
Yankees Set To Receive Some Pitching Reinforcements On Tuesday

Stroman allowed two runs on five hits and two walks over his five innings, striking out three and leaning heavily on his two-seamer, which couldn't have felt good considering the blister he was pitching with. Rookie Clint Frazier, who went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts in his home debut. "Just got a blister". "It's only a matter of time for somebod...

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  • Newcastle land Lejeune from Eibar
Newcastle land Lejeune from Eibar

The 26-year-old will be familiar with the Premier League, having previously been signed by Manchester City back in 2015. The Eibar defender had been linked with a move to St James' Park last week and on Tuesday morning it was confirmed the Paris-born centre-half had put pen to paper on a five-year deal.

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  • Heartburn drugs may up death risk
Heartburn drugs may up death risk

Ziyad Al-Aly. Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are used to reduce acid in the stomach to help prevent heartburn and acid reflux, but a number of recent studies have linked the medication to adverse effects, such as, a heightened risk of chronic kidney disease, dementia and bone fracture in people with osteoporosis.

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  • Strong quarter for Sainsbury's as sales rise
Strong quarter for Sainsbury's as sales rise

The U.K.'s second-biggest supermarket chain recorded 2.3% growth in retail same store sales, excluding fuel, for the 16 weeks to July 1. This was the first quarter following the Home Retail purchase for which the group did not issue separate like-for-like sales data for Sainsbury's and Argos .

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  • New research identifies biological clock in men
New research identifies biological clock in men

Men aged 40 to 42 are a fifth less likely to have a baby than before their 30th birthday, the results suggest. On the question of whether men with younger female partners can do anything to compensate for the effects of age in IVF, Dr. Previous research has also shown that older sperm is more prone to genetic errors, and this has been linked to t...

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  • United States Steel Corporation (X) Stock Rating Reaffirmed by Credit Suisse Group
United States Steel Corporation (X) Stock Rating Reaffirmed by Credit Suisse Group

Vetr upgraded shares of United States Steel Corporation from a "strong sell" rating to a "hold" rating and set a $36.38 price target for the company in a report on Monday, March 20th. The ex-dividend date of this dividend was Monday, May 8th. This represents a $0.20 annualized dividend and a yield of 0.90%. TimkenSteel Corporation manufactures a...

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  • Celtic target Charly Musonda
Celtic target Charly Musonda

However, like so many other rising talents at the Pensioners, Musonda has failed to make an impact at first-team level, and now after featuring regularly for Spanish side Real Betis over the past 18 months, the £5million rated youngster desires a greater role for his development.

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  • Kittel wins Tour stage as Froome crashes
Kittel wins Tour stage as Froome crashes

The 203.5 kilometres second stage, from Dusseldorf to Liege, featured 196 riders after Alejandro Valverde and Ion Izagirre pulled out during the inaugural time trial. "I have to say thank you to all my team because they did an wonderful job, especially my brother, all day in the front pulling to catch the breakaway".

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  • Tiger Woods Finishes Program to Help Cope With Pain, Meds
Tiger Woods Finishes Program to Help Cope With Pain, Meds

Golf is about the last thing he should be thinking about right now as he continues to rehabilitate his back after a spinal fusion surgery and tries to get his medication issues under control. Woods was described by police as having "extremely slow and slurred speech" in an official report on his arrest. Woods attributed the arrest to an "unexpect...

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  • Vlogger accidentally poisons herself while biting plant on live stream
Vlogger accidentally poisons herself while biting plant on live stream

However, upon taking her second bite, she begins to realize that something is terribly wrong. The Shanghaiist reported that Zhang was actually consuming Agave Americana, a "poisonous plant from Mexico ". According to reports, Agave is used in small quantities to make Tequila, but the raw plant is extremely toxic. It contains the incrediby irri...

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