• Coal Scam: Ex Jharkhand CM, others convicted by Special Court

    Coal Scam: Ex Jharkhand CM, others convicted by Special Court

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    The coal scam had hit the headlines in 2012 after an audit by the national auditor revealed that the country has lost up to Rs 1.86 lakh crore due to inefficient allocation of coal blocks. The accused had been charged under the Indian Penal Code and two Sections of the Prevention of Corruption Act. Koda is also an accused along with Gupta in another case pertaining to alleged irregularities in allocation of Amarkonda Murgadangal coal block in Jharkhand.
  • Iran Deal 'Key Strategic Priority' for Global Security, Mogherini Tells Tillerson

    Iran Deal 'Key Strategic Priority' for Global Security, Mogherini Tells Tillerson

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    He has a deadline in mid-January to decide if he'll waive sanctions against Iran. Since the historic deal was signed in Vienna, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has repeatedly confirmed the Islamic Republic's compliance with its commitments under the JCPOA, but some other parties, especially the USA, have failed to live up to their undertakings.
  • Redskins deny name change after hoax

    Redskins deny name change after hoax

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    A page created to look like an exact replica of the Washington Post declared "Native Leaders Celebrate a Victory as Washington Football Changes Mascot to the Redhawks", but a closer look at the site's URL reveals that it's not a genuine article.
  • Ron Johnson hopes Alabama has taught Steve Bannon a lesson

    Ron Johnson hopes Alabama has taught Steve Bannon a lesson

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    Moore, 70, has been accused of coming on to teenage girls when he was in his 30s. The big loser in Tuesday's Alabama's special Senate election was not the Republican Party. Bannon, President Donald Trump's former chief political strategist and right-wing firebrand, backed Roy Moore during his unsuccessful bid for a Senate seat in Alabama .
  • Veterans Home to host wreath-laying ceremony on December 16

    Veterans Home to host wreath-laying ceremony on December 16

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    According to the Wreaths Across America organization, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit, over 1 million wreaths are placed each year at more than 1,200 locations in all 50 states. And as a combat veteran, he felt a personal connection to the mission. "I've been going to this church a long time, and my great grandfather who was in World War II is buried here".
  • Israel intercepts two missiles fired from Gaza

    Israel intercepts two missiles fired from Gaza

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    Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas missed a major deadline in their reconciliation bid by failing to transfer power in the Gaza Strip. The IDF spokesman in a statement said Israeli warplanes struck military training sites and weapons storage facilities used by the terrorist group.
  • Someone Hacked Anderson Cooper's Twitter and Called Trump a Tool

    Someone Hacked Anderson Cooper's Twitter and Called Trump a Tool

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    However, when it comes to Trump's flip-flopping, Cooper says the response from his Twitter handle was not his own. Luther Strange to win reelection, but he lost the GOP primary to Moore. I guess that really does mean that you can't believe everything that you read on the Internet. CNN went on to note that Cooper's assistant is the "only other person" who can access his account.
  • Trump Bans Kaspersky Security Products In US Gov't

    Trump Bans Kaspersky Security Products In US Gov't

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    It authorizes the recruitment and retention bonuses for the Armed Forces and makes changes to national security and foreign affairs programs. All of Uncle Sam's agencies have been given until October 1, 2018, to banish Kaspersky's wares from their systems.
  • New York City pipe bomb suspect taunted Trump

    New York City pipe bomb suspect taunted Trump

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    Ullah, a US resident since 2011, had come back to Bangladesh to see his family in September, spending most of the time at home with their six-month-old son, Islam said. He chose a workday to target as many people as possible. The officials spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly about the blast.