• Indian shares advance led by banks after Gujarat exit poll results
Indian shares advance led by banks after Gujarat exit poll results

The survey by India Today-Axis MyIndia Poll also gave BJP a clear edge predicting 99 to 113 seats while giving 68 to 82 seats to the Congress which put up a determined fight. Margin of victory in the 11 seats of the region was narrow and seven among them was won by the ruling BJP . Another interesting deduction from the Gujarat Assembly Electi...

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  • PadMan Trailer: Akshay Kumar rocks as the mad superhero
PadMan Trailer: Akshay Kumar rocks as the mad superhero

Akshay Kumar is once again back with a strong character who is all set to change the world. It then shows how Akshay , who strives to provide a hygienic life to the women of his family, works hard to make a sanitary pad, and try it out himself.

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  • Man Flu is Actually a Real Condition
Man Flu is Actually a Real Condition

Sue also found a seasonal flu study from Hong Kong which showed that more men were admitted to the hospital between the years of 2004-2010. The latter study held true regardless of underlying heart disease, cancer, chronic respiratory system disease, and renal disease.

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  • Magnitude 6.2 quake hits southeastern Iran
Magnitude 6.2 quake hits southeastern Iran

Last month, the same region was struck by a 7.3-magnitude quake that left around 600 dead. Speaking to the Tasnim News Agency, Saberi said that so far, 17 people have been taken to hospitals in Kerman following the strong quake. And the closest cities in the areas like Nowsood and Kermanshah have shivered through this risky natural disaster. I...

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  • Palestinian Report: IDF forces kill two militants in Gaza Strip
Palestinian Report: IDF forces kill two militants in Gaza Strip

The latest one, code-named Operation Protective Edge, took place in the summer of 2014 and resulted in the deaths of more than 2,200 Palestinians. Conricus said that Israeli intelligence had monitored the tunnel for months, adding that at no time were any Israeli military personnel or civilians at risk.

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  • United Nations official's visit to North Korea raises questions about sanctions
United Nations official's visit to North Korea raises questions about sanctions

North Korea is pursuing nuclear and missile weapons programs in defiance of United Nations sanctions and worldwide condemnation. Japan is to acquire medium-range, air-launched cruise missiles, capable of striking North Korea, a controversial purchase of what will become the longest-range munitions of a country that has renounced the right to wage...

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  • White House knocks health concerns: Trump's slurred speech from 'dry throat'
White House knocks health concerns: Trump's slurred speech from 'dry throat'

Sanders' remarks came after criticism of Trump's slurred speech during a foreign policy announcement Wednesday. She called them "pretty ridiculous" -and yet worth breaking her "rules" over. "If elected, Mr. Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency", Trump's physician of 25 years, Dr.

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  • Brush fire breaks out in Los Angeles
Brush fire breaks out in Los Angeles

Nicknamed the Skirball Fire , it was reported at 5 a.m. near Mulholland Drive, a five-minute drive from the Skirball Cultural Center. Stunned motorists found the hillside ablaze and gridlock below as fire raced towards the homes of numerous city's rich and famous.

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  • Now, PM welcomes Sunni Waqf Board statement 'disowning' Sibal
Now, PM welcomes Sunni Waqf Board statement 'disowning' Sibal

Mr Sibal had told the Supreme Court on Tuesday that since the court's decision in the case would have very serious ramifications, the hearing should be deferred till July 2019 by which time the general election will be over. Reacting to Shah's comments against senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal representing the Waqf Board in the dispute, Surjewala ...

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  • Will Supreme Court Let Us Have Our Cake?
Will Supreme Court Let Us Have Our Cake?

Craig, 37, and Mullins, 33, are fighting for the rights of LGBT customers to choose what they will buy. Justice Samuel Alito questioned how Phillips could be accused of discrimination when gay marriage wasn't yet legal in Colorado. "A loss at the Supreme Court could open the door to many forms of discrimination that have always been outlawed in o...

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  • Herm Edwards' first news conference at Arizona State didn't disappoint
Herm Edwards' first news conference at Arizona State didn't disappoint

The news was originally reported on Wednesday by SunDevilSource.com , and was approved by ASU president Michael Crow over the weekend. Edwards previously coached in the National Football League with the New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs before serving as an analyst at ESPN since 2009.

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  • Russian MPs to vote on banning United States media from the parliament
Russian MPs to vote on banning United States media from the parliament

The Committee's head, Olga Savastyanova, said on Friday she expects the motion to be approved on the State Duma plenary session next week and come into force by the end of the week. The report also said Sputnik was "another government-funded outlet producing pro-Kremlin radio and online content". "It concerns US media because blatant attacks on for...

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  • Sauber confirms Charles Leclerc and Marcus Ericsson as 2018 race line-up
Sauber confirms Charles Leclerc and Marcus Ericsson as 2018 race line-up

The Italian vehicle manufacturer is making a return to the sport after 30-years to sponsor the team. Meanwhile, Sweden 's Marcus Ericcson stays in the lineup despite failing to score a point in 2017. Marchionne added that the partnership would also strengthen his hand in talks with Formula One about the sport's future and warned that the deal ...

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  • Don't know about others but Sanjay Bhansali has definitely offended me: Salman
Don't know about others but Sanjay Bhansali has definitely offended me: Salman

When Bhansali said he was already suffering financial loss and the film was due for release in 60 countries, panel members asked if he was trying to do business on an emotional issue. According to TV reports, clerics from Uttar Pradesh have also slammed Bhansali, alleging that the film is an attempt to malign Alauddin Khilji . I have not distorted...

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  • Trumps light national Christmas tree for first time
Trumps light national Christmas tree for first time

A press statement from the White House says the decorations were designed by First Lady Melania Trump "with a nod to tradition" and paying "respect to 200 years of holiday traditions at the White House". "With Trump as your president, we are going to be celebrating "merry Christmas" again and it's going to be done with a big, handsome tax cut",...

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  • Dem Intel Committee Leaders Stress Need For Independence After Flynn Plea
Dem Intel Committee Leaders Stress Need For Independence After Flynn Plea

We hope that the cooperation of General Flynn that Special Counsel has secured as a part of this plea agreement extends to Flynn's cooperation with our committee, as his testimony could greatly advance our efforts. imposed sanctions on Russia and Flynn denied recalling that the Russian ambassador then stated they will "moderate" their response du...

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  • Germany's SPD's Schulz Says He Hasn't Given Green Light for Coalition
Germany's SPD's Schulz Says He Hasn't Given Green Light for Coalition

Although Merkel's bloc is still the biggest group in the parliament, it needs the support of either the SPD, which is the second largest group in Bundestag, or two smaller parties to form a government. Schulz fronts a party which is split evenly down the middle on what he should do next. "Another senior member of Merkel's Christian Democrat Union...

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  • Roy Moore says liberal, LGBTQ 'conspiracy' to blame for sex abuse allegations
Roy Moore says liberal, LGBTQ 'conspiracy' to blame for sex abuse allegations

Moore also blamed " Democrats pushing a liberal agenda ". As the protester was escorted out, a comedian known for crashing news events stood up and ironically defended Moore. Earlier, Gonnella asked a broadcast pool camera operator to train the shot only on the candidate during the event - and not to show the people attending - because he feared ...

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  • Mexican immigrant acquitted in shooting death of woman in San Francisco
Mexican immigrant acquitted in shooting death of woman in San Francisco

President Donald Trump said during the presidential campaign that Steinle's death was another reason the United States needed to build a wall on its southern border and tighten its immigration policies. The bullet's trajectory, which ricocheted off the pier's surface before hitting Steinle in the lower back, appears to support the claim that Garc...

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