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Riots break out in Gurdaspur prison, forces rushed


Chal interacted with the jail inmates and inquired about their issues and assured to resolve them. As many as 21 inmates were shifted to other jails while 30 inmates were booked for attempt to murder, rioting, damaging public property, police said. Read More »

House votes on GOP health care bill Friday after Trump ultimatum

On the campaign trail previous year, Trump said he would repeal Obamacare on day one of his presidency. That leaves open the possibility that it isn't coverage itself that caused the disparity, but might also be explained by other differences between people who have insurance and those who don't. Read More »

GATE 2017: IIT Roorkee announces results


They declared the GATE result 2017 today (March 26). The candidates can check GATE 2017 result by login to and website, candidates need to enter the Admit card details to get their GATE exam 2017 results. Read More »

Confirmed: House won't vote on health care today


I think the Freedom Caucus is at a perilous moment now. "Mammograms are essential to women's health & I never meant to indicate otherwise". Acadiana's Republican 3rd District Congressman Clay Higgins spoke in favor of the bill during debate on the House floor. Read More »

Iraqi forces discover mass grave, 500 bodies near Mosul


Al-Bayati said that government forces entered the district of al-Abar in western Mosul early Saturday and were engaged in fierce fighting against Daesh insurgents there. Reuters was not yet able to access the museum to verify. Lami said most of the fighters that had fought around the governorate building were local, but some were foreigners. Read More »

Pete King: Freedom Caucus to blame for failed healthcare bill


Trump tweeted on Sunday. "If they're applauding, they shouldn't", Representative Mark Meadows , the head of the Freedom Caucus, said of the Democrats on ABC's This Week. President Trump was handed the first legislative defeat of his presidency on Friday, after Speaker Paul RyanPaul RyanLawmakers signal fight for healthcare reform is not over Cotton: House "moved a bit too fast" on healthcare Budget chief: "Powers that be in Washington" won healthcare fight MORE (R-Wis.) pulled the ... Read More »

Two militants killed in J&K


The militants, also travelling in a auto, came from behind and started firing at the vehicle carrying Kohli in the area on the border of Awantipora and Pulwama , officials said. He said that among the two terrorists killed, one was a top Hizbul Mujahideen commander operating in South Kashmir. Earlier, terrorists attacked the house of a sub-inspector yesterday night in Badgam district. Read More »

Here's How The Newest Revision To The Health Care Bill Targets Mothers


The document, offered by 10 of the state's 11 congressional lawmakers, includes perspectives from MA hospitals, health care providers, constituents and others in support of the law, known as Obamacare. But coverage expanded greatly, and millions of Americans who couldn't afford insurance before or were blocked by virtue of a pre-existing condition have health insurance today as a result of the law. Read More »

More evidence CNN colluded with Clinton than Trump with Russian Federation


The Russian operation was also in part focused on the publication of so-called "fake news " stories aimed at undermining Hillary Clinton's campaign. U.S. The White House wasn't done tweeting. We reached out to the White House for comment but didn't hear back. The investigators are still reviewing and analysing the information and are looking for any indications of a potential cooperation, U.S. Read More »

Trump shifts blame to conservatives on failure of health care bill

The Trump administration was forced to delay a vote on the bill on Thursday evening after it failed to achieve the support of enough Republicans. His frontal attack on the Freedom Caucus and the other groups cast a sharp light on the intraparty tensions that seem sure to flare up as Trump turns now to other key priorities like tax reform and a big infrastructure spending plan. Read More »

Will 'Power Rangers' Movie Make Green Ranger Female? Cast Hopes So


This nearly certainly guarantees that Tommy, the #GreenRanger will show up in the sequel to this year's reboot. Will The Green Ranger Be Introduced As An Antagonist Like The 'MMPR'Version? It is not just, however, another superhero movie, as it introduces Yellow Ranger, the first gay superhero. Read More »

Bulgarian Socialists seek to end Borisov era


Voting began Sunday in Bulgaria's third snap parliamentary election since 2003 amid expectations that it would once again result in a fragmented parliament. Bulgaria is home to a 700,000-strong Muslim minority, a lot of them ethnic Turks, while at least 200,000 ethnic Turks with Bulgarian passports live in Turkey. Read More »

North Korea escalates threats against US, South Korea


Eighth Army's Second Infantry Division on March 3, 2017, South Korean and U.S. troops take part in a joint exercise on destroying North Korean nuclear weapons and missiles facilities in Pocheon, Gyeonggi Province. USA and South Korean soldiers fire artillery during a live-fire exercise near Rodriguez Range in South Korea as part of the Foal Eagle drill in March 2012. Read More »

Trump's Obamacare repeal bid fails

Vice President Mike Pence, White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price also made a last-ditch attempt to win over members of the hard-line House Freedom Caucus, huddling with them at midday at the Capitol Hill Club, a GOP social hall next door to the headquarters of the Republican National Committee. Read More »

Garbage dump landslide in Ethiopia


The giant landslide occurred at Ethiopia's largest rubbish dump outside Addis Ababa. Rescuers on Tuesday pulled a woman alive from the rubble more than two days after the disaster, said Dagmawit Moges, a spokeswoman for the Addis Ababa city administration. Read More »

USA wants deportation of more than 270 Indian nationals


President which inter-alia directs agencies?to employ all lawful means to ensure the faithful execution of the immigration laws of the United States against all removable aliens.? "We have asked for the same". Swaraj added that the government was in talks with the U.S. at the highest level to ensure that the interests of Indian people or the IT industry are not affected. Read More »

Stepdaughter of Eskom boss gets cushy contracts


Phasiwe says the contracts which Eskom awarded to Impulse International were all awarded on merit, and not due to the involvement of Koko's stepdaughter. He told Sunday Times he didn't know about the deals and had not authorised them. "The lady is no longer part of Impulse International". "I asked her to resign with immediate effect", Koko told the paper. Read More »

IS orders residents to evacuate Raqqa, warns Syrian dam at risk


IS issued warnings through its propaganda agency Amaq that the dam "is threatened with collapse at any moment because of American strikes and a large rise in water levels". And the Syrian army and its allies Russia, Iran and Shi'ite militias, are advancing east of Aleppo and east of Palmyra. Earlier this week, USA forces airlifted SDF fighters behind IS lines to allow them to launch the Tabqa assault, and on Friday the alliance reached one of the dam's entrances. Read More »

One killed, 14 injured at Cincinnati nightclub shooting


According to initial reports , the shooting happened at the Cameo Nightclub just after 1 a.m., local time. Assistant Police Chief Paul Neudigate said that several of the victims have life-threatening injuries. Police are interviewing witnesses and asking anyone with information to come forward. "We have had incidents here in the past, but this is by far the worst", she said. Read More »

People Shot at Cincinnati Nightclub, One Dead


Police put out a tweet an hour ago saying they were on the scene. Police Capt. Kim Williams told the AP there was "a lot of chaos, obviously, when shots were fired". Several hundred people were inside the large club. Some of those shot by the gunmen drove themselves to area hospitals and others were taken by ambulance. Read More »

MN Politicians Weigh In On GOP Health Care Bill Falling Through


The failed House legislation had attempted to eliminate the subsidies. Additionally, the amount individuals can put into health savings accounts would be higher under the new bill. For millions of Americans throughout the nation, health insurance was a distant thought prior to passage of the ACA; millions gained affordable health insurance for the first time under ACA, and the life-saving significance of the program, regardless of your political opinion, simply can not be overlooked. Read More »