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Melania Trump appears to swat the president's hand away


Trump in a statement following her visit. Shortly upon landing Brussels however, Mrs. Trump was notified that the young boy would be receiving a heart transplant from a donor. The first lady, a Slovenian-born former model, toured a museum dedicated to Belgian surrealist painter Rene Magritte in the company of wives of other national leaders who were attending a summit of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation military alliance across town. Read More »

Warning as cyclonic storm heading towards Bangladesh coast

As north-west India bids adieu to the pre-monsoon showers, the eastern part of the country is bracing for heavy rainfalls that will be brought by a cyclonic storm Mora, which is brewing in the Bay of Bengal and is likely to cross Bangladesh's coast on Tuesday. Read More »

CBSE announced Class XII 2017, pass percentage 99


Of the total number of students, 83.05% managed to emerge victorious clearing the exam with flying colors. The second and third positions were bagged by Chandigarh students Bhumi Sawant and Aditya Jain who scored 99.4 per cent and 99.2 per cent. Read More »

Ponting backs Dravid for India head coach role


When the top sources were asked if either the cricket advisory committee or the Administrators had been informed of the sentiments expressed by numerous Team India regulars, they replied on identical lines: "It is for the players who are not at ease to let both the Administrators and the three stalwarts know of their feelings". Read More »

Gujarat Board GSEB Class 10 SSC Results 2017 To Be Declared Tomorrow


The results will be visible on the board website ( from 8am. Every year lakhs of students are appearing in the examination of SSC and HSC and each every examination of different stream conducted by the GSEB. The results will be put up at the official website for informing the students, while the physical mark sheets will be provided to the students later. Read More »

Mosul civilians in 'grave danger' as ISIS resists Iraqi forces

ISIS fighters have utilized any dastardly advantage they can in an attempt to maintain their hold on western Mosul , including the use of human shields and suicide bombers. "In a single day they buried 30 bodies", she said. According to the Iraqi Government, cumulatively, more than 742,000 people have been displaced from Mosul and its surrounding areas since 2016, when the military offense to oust extremists began, including 566,000 individuals from Western Mosul since mid-February. Read More »

America's Cup qualifiers off to smashing start in Bermuda

Speculation that British challenger Land Rover BAR would be off the pace following some lacklustre performances during practice racing was quickly dispelled when they comfortably won against Sweden's Artemis Racing, who had been showing great speed in the run up to the qualifying races. Read More »

Women activists corner Yogi Govt. in wake of Rampur, Kushinagar incidents


The boys are seen molesting and groping one of the girls. The victims are seen pleading with the men to let them go. An FIR has been registered into the case. "Attempts are on to nab the other accused", he said. A group of youths stopped two women under the limits of Tanda police station and accosted two women while they were passing from an isolated stretch.Members of the group also shot the entire act on a mobile camera and started sharing it with other people in Rampur . Read More »

Trump tells 'confidants' US will leave Paris climate deal -Axios

A joint communique from the G-7 leaders emphasized their near-unanimity on the climate deal. It aims to hold the increase in average global temperature to below 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial level by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, with all the signatory states agreeing to reduce or limit their greenhouse gas emissions. Read More »

Aero test range in Challakere opened


Jaitley said: "Our country, with its geographical and geo-political situation, has been long facing security threats, and developing world-class, indigenously built technology is key for the country to safeguard its interests". "A large part of the defence budget allocation is spent on procuring arms from outside than making them in the country where the best minds dominate the technology elsewhere in the world", he said. Read More »

Melania Trump appears to swat Donald Trump's hand away


Meanwhile, one has called Melania the queen of hand shade. "We have very much in common". When the Trumps were in Israel, Melania appeared to swat her husband's hand away. Before the Trumps' tour of the Sistine Chapel, television cameras caught two awkward moments between the president and his wife during the first leg of their trip. Read More »

Hizbul commander Sabzar Bhat killed in Kashmir gunfight


Witnesses said that security forces opened fire to disperse the protesters, resulting in injuries to at least four civilians. Bhat alias Abu Zarar had succeeded Wani who was killed on July 8 past year in a security operation in Anantnag. A person in Mattan area in the district was injured during clashes with security forces, they said. On Saturday, in a separate incident, the Indian army claimed ti have killed six militants who had infiltrated across the border from Pakistan in the ... Read More »

Armed with Fizz and self-belief, Bangladesh seek a Champions Trophy scalp


While their batting looks sorted, Mortaza would want to use the couple of tune-up games to figure out the team combination, especially zero in on the pacers, who will make the playing XI in the English conditions. The warm up match will help both the teams to experiment their strategies and game plan. The warm-up matches will provide Ashwin with much-needed game time as he fights for his place with Ravindra Jadeja in case the team management decides to go with one specialist spinner in ... Read More »

India opens longest bridge, linking north-east to disputed state

Prime Minister Modi will also lay the foundation stone of the proposed Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI) at Gogamukh in Dhemaji district and the All India Institute of Medical Sciences ( AIIMS) at Sarusajai in Guwahati . Media reports said the bridge will help India's military forces access the border with China , adding that it is created to facilitate the movement of 60-tonne battle tanks. Read More »

German kindergartens to name parents who skip vaccine advice


Vaccination rules are now being tightened across Europe as the region experiences decline in immunization. A kid with measles . In a statement made to the Bild newspaper, German health minister Hermann Groehe underscored the importance of the law, what with anti-vaxxer parents still prevalent despite the potentially fatal nature of certain childhood diseases. Read More »

India imposes security lockdown in Kashmir to stop protests


Tral, Kashmir: Militant commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat - who is believed to have replaced Burhan Wani as the Hizbul Mujahideen's operational chief in Kashmir - was killed by security forces on Saturday morning. Authorities are taking steps to ensure that the killing of the Hizbul commander does not flare up into a major unrest. The slain militants were identified as Sabzar and his associate Faizan Muzaffar. Read More »

Curfew, restrictions in Kashmir to prevent violence


One civilian was killed in security forces firing in south Kashmir's Tral on Saturday as huge protests broke out in the valley after news of the death of Bhat - seen as a major setback to the terrorist network. Jammu and Kashmir Governor NN Vohra, Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh, opposition National Conference (NC) president Farooq Abdullah and working president Omar Abdullah, separatist leaders have greeted people. Read More »

Iraq says Iranian commander killed fighting IS


Iraq's military dropped leaflets over the Old City Friday asking civilians to flee "immediately" to "safe passages" where they will be greeted by "guides, protectors and (transportation) to reach safe places", according to a government statement. Read More »

GOP Senators Wrestle With Health-care Overhaul


Sam Brownback. But there are diverse opinions and priorities among that group, and senators are well aware that the legislation must have nearly universal appeal. When the session, which has cost approximately $306,000 for legislators' per-day pay and expenses to date, resumes on June 5, legislators will be facing a 25-day deadline to finalize the 2017-18 budget bill. Read More »

Stormy start to the holiday weekend

Severe weather likely this evening and over night . Dry weather continues on Tuesday for central Kansas with storm chances increasing in the west. Cooke County Emergency Management Coordinator Ray Fletcher said people tend to disconnect during their holiday weekend outings but since the threat of severe weather lingers, it's best to stay connected. Read More »

Megastar's Guns And Beauty Queen's Thighs


Ram Gopal Varma's Guns & Thighs is trying to portray the real story of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and the entire buzz around the Mumbai mafia. To take it seriously is absolutely wrong. But if it is an unknown actor, you'll take him as a character. We have democracy and everyone has the right to speak, while social media just allows you to shout. Read More »