• Super PM: Justin Trudeau shows off his inner Superman for Halloween

    Super PM: Justin Trudeau shows off his inner Superman for Halloween

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    Trudeau, on his way to question period, appeared in front of the media dressed in a blue suit, white shirt, bright red tie and a pair of square-framed glasses, with his hair slicked back. Why don't politicians in the United Kingdom dress up for Halloween? Per Toronto's City News , Trudeau rocked his incognito Superman ensemble not only while trick-or-treating with his family and friends for a better part of the afternoon, but also while working in his government office all morning.
  • Special courts for MPs, MLAs

    Special courts for MPs, MLAs

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    It also sought information on how many fresh cases have been registered against MPs and MLAs after 2014. Appearing for Upadhyay, senior counsel Krishnan Venugopal told the court that his client wants to amend the prayers to included that none of the convicted politicians should be permitted to be the office-bearers of their political party or its members.
  • PIA leaves two coffins behind in NY

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    The body of Pakistani man Nasir Ali was delivered to Lahore on Wednesday on an Etihad Airways flight, while the family of Nauman Badar chose to bury their relative in Maryland instead. And to the utter horror of the waiting family members the body was not found in the luggage area. The airline added that it would pay all additional costs associated with transporting the bodies.
  • The Paul Manafort indictment: His personal expenses, by the numbers

    The Paul Manafort indictment: His personal expenses, by the numbers

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    Funding for the Manafort-Gates-led effort was provided through off-shore accounts, according to the indictment, with more than $2 million going to the two unnamed lobbying firms. For his Howard Street condo, Manafort used the property as an income-generating rental from at least January 2015 though January 2016, renting it out through Airbnb, among other places, for thousands of dollars a week.
  • United States to give Pakistan chance to strike militant targets: Tillerson

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    US President Donald Trump had slammed Pakistan for its continued support to terrorist groups and warned Islamabad of consequences if it continues to do so while announcing his Afghan and South Asia policy in August. Responding to Senator Barrasso's question, Tillerson said he could only share "some broad contours" of Islamabad visit in a public hearing and if the senator wanted more information he was willing to sit with them for a closed hearing.
  • Paul Manafort's Brooklyn Brownstone Gets Unofficial Landmark Status

    Paul Manafort's Brooklyn Brownstone Gets Unofficial Landmark Status

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    Paul Manafort , former Donald Trump campaign manager indicted Monday on charges of laundering millions of dollars through overseas shell companies and banks, hired a Palm Beach Gardens contractor to remodel his BallenIsles home at the same time he withdrew $432,487 from a bank in Cypress, according to the indictment.
  • Trump is pissed off at Jared Kushner over Mueller mess

    Trump is pissed off at Jared Kushner over Mueller mess

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    President Donald Trump's communications director Hope Hicks will be facing special counsel Robert Mueller's team later this month. A guilty plea by former Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos for making a false statement to the Federal Bureau of Investigation was also unsealed Monday.
  • Talks in college strike to resume on Thursday

    Talks in college strike to resume on Thursday

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    The previous faculty strike in 2006 lasted three weeks and was resolved when both sides agreed to go to arbitration. Abdullah Mushtaq, the director of advocacy for the College Student Alliance, is cautiously optimistic. What the union sees as a growing number of part-time faculty is a key issue in the strike and Lewchuk noted contract work is becoming more popular in many workplaces.
  • India, Bhutan Security Indivisible: President

    India, Bhutan Security Indivisible: President

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    Diplomatic commentators are attaching great importance to this visit, specially after the standoff between India and China over the Doklam issue. President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday said that the standing together of India and Bhutan during the Doklam standoff with China was a "clear testimony" of the friendship between the two neighbouring nations.