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J&K cop lynching: Three more arrested; SIT to probe case

Talking to ANI , the Deputy Chief Minister said, "It's a cold blooded murder". I want to say that J-K police is one of the best police forces in the country, they are courageous but they are showing maximum restraint (while dealing with law and order situation) because they feel that they are dealing with their own people in J-K. Read More »

Brexit Negotiation Begins; Talks Scheduled One Week Each Month

If its assessment is positive, the talks will then move on to "scoping the future relationship on trade and other matters". "It's not the other way around". Davis was heartened by the spirit of the talks, during which the negotiators, both interested in mountaineering, exchanged a walking stick and a hiking book. Read More »

Health chief, 4 others charged with manslaughter in Flint

Water Supervisor Steven Busch and Michigan Department of Environmental Quality's Drinking Water Chief Liane Shekter-Smith round out the list of those facing charges for the city's water crisis . All five will face involuntary manslaughter charges stemming from their alleged failure to report and respond to the Flint water crisis . Lead levels in Flint's drinking water have now fallen below levels considered risky by federal regulators, state officials said last January. Read More »

Indian passports to be bilingual: Government


She also announced that all passports issued across the country would now have details of the holders written not only in English, but also in Hindi. The Minister was chairing the Passport Seva Diwas & Passport Officers' Conference at Press Information Bureau Auditorium on completion of 250 years by the Survey of India (SOI) in New Delhi . Read More »

China landslide: more than 140 people feared buried

China's President Xi Jinping ordered "all-out efforts" from the rescue teams to save survivors and reduce casualties, as 780 firefighters, 146 rescue vehicles and 29 rescue dogs were rushed to the scene. Qiao told state broadcaster CCTV his family was swept away by water as part of a mountain collapsed. The landslide was apparently triggered by a mild quake in the area, an expert told state-run CGTN. Read More »

140 feared dead after landslide in China


But psychologically, it's hard. Shaken but miraculously not badly injured, a young couple who managed to escape a huge landslide that buried their village in northern Sichuan early on Saturday say they might not have been so lucky if it wasn't for their crying baby waking them in time to reach safety. Read More »

2 arrested for lynching officer outside mosque

He said the DSP was posted at the access control of the mosque to prevent miscreants from vitiating the atmosphere so that people can offer prayers in peace. Calling it a "brutal" act, Mirwaiz tweeted that "state brutality should not snatch our humanity and values". Two of the three suspects have been arrested for lynching a senior police officer here and a hunt is on for the third, Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police S.P. Read More »

American Airlines says rival Qatar seeks to buy up to 10% stake

The company's certificate of incorporation "prohibits anyone from acquiring 4.75% or more of the company's outstanding stock without advance approval from the board following a written request", American pointed out. Earlier this month, Qatar Airways announced profits of $540 million in the fiscal year, which ended in March. They claim that the two Middle Eastern governments have provided more than $40 billion in subsidies to their airlines, including Qatar Airways , allowing them to ... Read More »

It's so hot in Phoenix the airlines can't fly, here's why


Forecasters say the current heat wave should break by early next week, returning Phoenix to more typical summer temperatures - around 110 degrees. Phoenix is the second-fastest warming city in the US over the past 50 years while Las Vegas comes in at third and Tucson at seventh. Temperatures are expected to fall below the 100-degree mark after 8 p.m., so perhaps passengers will be able to travel beyond that. Read More »

Trump now target of collusion, obstruction of justice and money laundering probes

He also took to Twitter yesterday to insist that despite months of investigating, no proof has emerged that he colluded with Russian Federation to tilt the 2016 presidential election in his favor. Trump's tweets are the latest - and most direct - attacks on the leader of an investigation that he insists is unnecessary and distracting. Interestingly, in his first statement on The Post's scoop, Trump did not deny the report. Read More »

Iran misses targets in missile attack on Syria

The Guard said it fired six missiles in total from Kermanshah and also from Iran's Kurdistan province into Syria's Deir el-Zour province, where IS has been trying to fortify its positions in the face of a US -led coalition onslaught. During his visit to Tehran , Abadi seeks to discuss the expansion of ties between the two neighbors besides the attempts to help Iran and Saudi Arabia reduce the tensions. Read More »

Mexico Eliminates Host Russia From Confederations Cup


Cristiano Ronaldo and his Portugal teammates made it look so easy as the European champions comfortably dispatched New Zealand 4-0 to reach the Confederations Cup semi-finals on Saturday. "We need to control the game and we need to show to ourselves that we can compete under such hard circumstances and hopefully we will make a step forward". Read More »

Vladimir Putin jokes about giving political asylum to James Comey


The former FBI director further told lawmakers that he helped leak details surrounding his meetings with Trump because he thought it may prompt the appointment of a special counsel to oversee the federal investigation into alleged ties between the Republican's campaign and Russian election meddling. Read More »

Top Trump Aides Meet Abbas in Ramallah

The Palestinian Authority wants the West Bank as part of a future independent Palestinians state, with East Jerusalem al-Quds as its capital. He was accompanied by Trump's Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt , while controversial U.S. Read More »

#GE2017 Tories claim their election success in Scotland


The Tories saw double-digit increases in their vote in nearly every seat and doubled their returns in some parts of Scotland where the party was previously unelectable. Sturgeon had called for the power to hold another referendum when the terms of the U.K.'s Brexit deal are known. In her final message to voters, May tried to put the focus back on Brexit. Read More »

Mexico, Portugal in Confederations Cup semis

Mexico needs just a point from the final Group A match to progress to the semifinal stage and ensure Russian Federation becomes dependent on an unlikely New Zealand victory over European champions Portugal in St. Akinfeev made a mistake that led to Mexico's second goal after a long clearance by Herrera from near the Mexican area. Mexico's Hirving Lozano celebrates after scoring his side's second goal during the Confederations Cup , Group A soccer match between Mexico and Russia ... Read More »

Democratic Party More Bankrupt Than Ever


Big donors to the party's congressional campaign committee were also available to Pelosi through her "Speaker's Cabinet" program, which gave them special access to the Democratic leader. "And we better focus", Ryan said. Some Democrats, though, have wanted her out, particularly after the party was unable to win back control in 2016, a year when the party was seen as having a decent chance of doing so. Read More »

At least 100 burn to death in oil tanker fire in Punjab

According to a report in Radio Pakistan, oil started leaking from a tanker and local people started collecting oil from the tanker. Most of the affected people were residents of the locality near by, while others were passing by on the route. Read More »

Solar border wall was 'my idea,' Trump says


The Mexican border wall had been a cornerstone of Trump's campaign for president past year. While Trump has previously suggested a solar wall, his comments at the campaign-style rally in Iowa were the first time he publicly described the idea that a wall along the Mexican border could double as a solar power plant. Read More »

Here's A Glimpse Of Donald Trump's Financial Interests

In addition to the $19.7 million from the Trump Hotel in DC, which opened in September 2016, Trump also reported $37.2 million in income from his private resort in Florida , Mar-a-Lago. presidential elections and suspected ties to the Republican campaign. Trump voluntarily filed the disclosure with the assistance of the Office of Government Ethics, following a practice of President Barack Obama. Read More »

Mourners gather for United States student jailed by N Korea

The student was released from North Korea on June 13, a week after the U.S. Department of State learned he had fallen into a coma after contracting botulism . During his funeral at his Wyoming High School alma mater, loved ones will pay tribute to a son, a brother, a neighbor and a friend. "China understands that the United States regards North Korea as our top security threat". Read More »

South Korean president calls for North Korean Olympic participation


The nation's president, Moon Jae-in, said: "I am a believer in dialogue, but I also know that dialogue is possible when we have a strong national defence". South Korean officials did not have details about the reported test and declined to comment on the possible nature of the engine. "Given the increasing sophistication of North Korea's missile provocations, South Koreans are very curious about the extent of the South Korean military's missile capability". Read More »

Donald Trump walks away from James Comey recording claims

President Trump said it's "bothersome" that special counsel Robert Mueller and former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey are "very, very good friends". It appears that Trump's description of the two as "very, very good friends" isn't rooted in reality. If Trump's new claims are to be believed, the president did not record his discussions with Comey. Read More »