• Google doodle marks Dadasaheb Phalke birth anniversary, Amitabh Bachchan pays homage
Google doodle marks Dadasaheb Phalke birth anniversary, Amitabh Bachchan pays homage

He then started his career as a photographer in Godhra, but he stopped after losing his first wife and child in an outbreak of the bubonic plague. It is one of the most recoganised awards in India Cinema. Eight-feet Rangoli of Dadasaheb Phalke at Whistling Woods International Film City, Goregaon in Mumbai , celebrates an Eco-friendly Diwali. ...

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  • Malaysian court issues first fake news conviction
Malaysian court issues first fake news conviction

A court in Malaysia convicted a Danish national on Monday for inaccurately criticizing police on social media. He also claimed he made 43 calls to the police who arrived at the scene 50 minutes later while an ambulance came only an hour later.

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  • Islamabad accident: USA diplomat released, case filed against embassy's security officer
Islamabad accident: USA diplomat released, case filed against embassy's security officer

According to police sources, the diplomat locked himself inside the vehicle immediately after the incident. Another US diplomat injures two motorcyclists in Islamabad . The diplomat was let go by police after registration of a case after the Foreign Office (FO) said he enjoyed diplomatic immunity. Photo Protesters staged a rally this month dem...

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  • 10-year-old child found dead inside dryer while playing hide-and-seek
10-year-old child found dead inside dryer while playing hide-and-seek

Christina Rodriguez identified the child as her son, third-grader Fernando Hernandez Jr. ABC13 reports that 10-year-old Fernando Hernandez Jr. climbed into a dryer at a Houston area apartment complex off of the 12300 block of Fleming Drive on Friday evening while playing with his friends.

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  • Saudi Aramco appoints new board members including a woman
Saudi Aramco appoints new board members including a woman

Saudi Arabian Oil Co., as Aramco is formally known, appointed Lynn Elsenhans, former chairwoman of Sunoco Inc., as the only woman on its board. Saudi Arabia's reserves of easily recoverable oil have always been the world's largest. Before her role at Sunoco, Elsenhans was the executive vice president of global manufacturing for Royal Dutch Shel...

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  • Severe Weather This Week
Severe Weather This Week

South winds of 15 to 25 miles per hour with gusts to around 35 miles per hour will also aid in increasing the fire weather danger. Sun: High: 83 Low: 55 Mostly sunny, o-night storms possible. Most of the day Wednesday should remain dry for most of central and eastern OK with a capping inversion keeping convection limited. "Severe thunderstorm...

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  • Naidu questions Modi over unfulfilled promises
Naidu questions Modi over unfulfilled promises

Targeting Modi, Lokesh said that the PM will pay for his shameful betrayal to the people of Andhra Pradesh in the 2019 elections. Amid a furore over a reported cash crunch, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Several ministers, party MLAs, MPs attended the public meeting. But, they gave only 350 crore rupees per year. Development should also reac...

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  • Plenty of sunshine and warmer weather expected
Plenty of sunshine and warmer weather expected

Thursday and Friday will likely be the warmest days of the week with partly to mostly sunny conditions and highs in the mid and upper 80s. High pressure will control our weather all week long, keeping skies clear and bringing a warming trend.

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  • Exposed: Russian Twitter bots tried to swing general election for Jeremy Corbyn
Exposed: Russian Twitter bots tried to swing general election for Jeremy Corbyn

In the lead up to the election, nine out of 10 messages from Russian accounts about the Labour party campaign were positive while nine out of 10 tweets about the Conservatives were negative. Though he ultimately failed to win the election, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn saw support rise from 25% to 40% over the course of the campaign. 'The socia...

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  • Hundreds in Caravan at Border in Tijuana Seek Asylum in US
Hundreds in Caravan at Border in Tijuana Seek Asylum in US

Another 300 migrants traveling with the group plan to remain in Mexico . Why does he say we need the wall? She's part of an annual caravan that started in Chiapas, traveled up the Pacific Coast to Mexico City, through Sinaloa and eventually to Tijuana .

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  • Oil prices steady but supported by Iran concerns
Oil prices steady but supported by Iran concerns

President Donald Trump to stick with the accord. Meanwhile, Opec's trimming output even after concluding it's cleared 97% of the surplus that's weighed on prices. Prices for the more actively traded Brent July contact gained 90 cents to settle at $74.69. Rising demand has also been helpful. “The increase in rigs is modestly bearish for oil pri...

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  • Cardinals may look to defense with final day picks
Cardinals may look to defense with final day picks

The Cardinals' final pick came third to last in the seventh and final round when they selected offensive tackle Korey Cunningham of Cincinnati. The Cardinals will have their picks announced from Winslow, Arizona on Saturday. I guess I couldn't just write "duh", here and leave it at that. With a third round choice you'd hope the answer is yes. B...

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  • Kashmir: LeT terrorists kill 3 civilians in North Kashmir's Baramulla
Kashmir: LeT terrorists kill 3 civilians in North Kashmir's Baramulla

Baramulla Police confirmed the killing of three civilians on its official twitter handle. Police said a Pakistani and two local militants from the Lashkar-e-Toiba were involved in the attack but the group has so far not claimed responsibility.

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  • Rahul Gandhi Meets Lalu At AIIMS, New Delhi
Rahul Gandhi Meets Lalu At AIIMS, New Delhi

Initially, Prasad was admitted to the Rajendra Institute of Medical Science (RIMS) in Ranchi on 17 March after complaining of uneasiness at Birsa Munda Jail. The RJD, however, would have been happier had Rahul also tweeted a picture of Monday's meeting with Lalu and protested against the leader's shift from AIIMS to Ranchi's RIMS against his ...

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  • Trump asks African nations to support US-led World Cup bid
Trump asks African nations to support US-led World Cup bid

The statement comes after Trump made thinly veiled threats against countries that might oppose a combined bid by the US, Canada and Mexico to host the 2026 World Cup. "As a general rule, please understand we can not comment on specific statements in connection with the bidding process". "The US has put together a STRONG bid with Canada and ...

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  • Temple University reconsidering Bill Cosby's honorary degree
Temple University reconsidering Bill Cosby's honorary degree

Over the last few years, dozens of women have come out against Cosby, accusing him of sexual misconduct, but this is the first case resulting in criminal charges. Cosby's own alma mater, Temple University in Philadelphia , said after the verdict it would reconsider his honorary degree. Even if he does end up in prison, there's no telling how l...

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  • Red flag warning issued for area; no burning
Red flag warning issued for area; no burning

Burning bans remain in place in the area. A Red Flag Warning is issued when a variety of weather factors come together to create especially unsafe wildland fire conditions. He said the weather service is suggesting "common sense" actions to prevent wildfires, including people to avoid burning brush or debris. Authorities are warning reside...

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  • Republicans Must Beat Dems in 2018 Midterms or He Could Be Impeached
Republicans Must Beat Dems in 2018 Midterms or He Could Be Impeached

Democrats once had a 10 point lead "among all adults", but that has fallen "to 4 points among registered voters and 5 points among those who say they're both registered and certain to vote". John Bonacic (BAHN'-uh-chehk) of Orange County come after Democrats won two special Senate elections on Tuesday. Per the Constitution, one-third of those Senat...

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  • Russia´s floating nuclear plant heads out to sea
Russia´s floating nuclear plant heads out to sea

The project has been widely criticized by environmentalists. The floating power plant will be towed at a speed between 3.5 and 4.5 knots northward to Murmansk, and without nuclear fuel. "Nuclear reactors bobbing around the Arctic Ocean will pose a shockingly obvious threat to a fragile environment". According to Russian media, Rosatom is now pl...

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  • Rohingyas: Hasina seeks UN Security Council pressure on Myanmar
Rohingyas: Hasina seeks UN Security Council pressure on Myanmar

Members of a UN Security Council team probing Myanmar's crisis over its ethnic Rohingya Muslim minority arrived in the country's capital on Monday after a visit to Bangladesh, where about 700,000 Rohingya who fled military-led violence live in refugee camps.

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