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Dr. Sangma is the second political leader from the state to contest from two assembly seats after Hill State People's Democratic Party leader, (late) Hoping Stone Lyngdoh had successfully contested from two Assembly seats - the erstwhile Parïong (now Mawthadraishan) and Nongstoiñ in the 1988 elections.
  • Ronaldo to Man United unlikely - Mourinho

    Ronaldo to Man United unlikely - Mourinho

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    Zinedine Zidane's men are 19 points shy of leaders Barca as they languish fourth in LaLiga and face a tough last-16 Champions League tie against Paris Saint-Germain after finishing second in their group to Tottenham. Madrid aren't as cash rich as they have been in the past, so they will need to sell players to raise this money. Real Madrid are planning a stunning £500million summer raid on the Premier League , Sportsmail can reveal.
  • Punjab gangster killed in encounter

    Punjab gangster killed in encounter

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    In November 2016, ten armed men, clad in police uniforms, helped him and four others, including Khalistan Liberation Force chief Harminder Singh Mintoo, escape from the Nabha Jail, The Tribune reported. OCCU IG Nilabh Kishore confirmed the killing of the gangsters and said that more information is being collected. We have issued an advisory in regard to their movements in some districts.
  • Liverpool in failed bid for PSG playmaker Javier Pastore

    Liverpool in failed bid for PSG playmaker Javier Pastore

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    However, the player has confirmed that now the Reds have made no concrete approach. But he is quoted by the Daily Mirror as saying: "If I knew, I wouldn't hide". Want news and features on the Reds on your Facebook timeline? "He's going to be out for a significant period of time whatever happens". "I don't want to.
  • Czech presidential vote seen as test of pro Russian Federation incumbent

    Czech presidential vote seen as test of pro Russian Federation incumbent

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    The two men share anti-immigration and Eurosceptic views and, although Mr Babis is a pragmatist who says he values European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation membership, critics fear that in tandem the pair may show the kind of disregard for the rule of law that has put the European Union at loggerheads with populist leaders in Hungary and Poland .
  • President Trump Heads To Davos Amid Protests In Switzerland

    President Trump Heads To Davos Amid Protests In Switzerland

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    At first glance, it was surprising that Donald Trump would be the second sitting US President to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos after Bill Clinton , who attended 18 years ago during the last year of his term. "We believe we need to cooperate, that protectionism is not the answer", she said, asking: "Have we really learned from history, or haven't we?" The president will address the gathering of business and political elite on Friday and is expected to sell attendees on the ...
  • ICE to start out monitoring license plates throughout US

    ICE to start out monitoring license plates throughout US

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    The listing doesn't reveal much, besides an assurance that "ICE is neither seeking to build nor contribute to a national public or private LPR database", but the contract is likely to raise a number of concerns. According to the privacy impact assessment , Vigilant Solutions reports 100 percent accuracy in query matches. An assessment by the Department of Homeland Security found that such a database is important for ICE because when "other leads have gone cold", information about the ...
  • Zainab rape-murder: JIT to probe seven other similar cases

    Zainab rape-murder: JIT to probe seven other similar cases

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    Rana Sanaullah said Dr Shahid Masood should have presented evidences regarding the news before the Supreme Court if he had any. Pakistani policemen escort the suspect accused of raping and murdering a young girl as they leave an anti-terrorist court in Lahore on January 24, 2018.
  • 2 people killed in Army firing on stone-pelters in J&K's Shopian

    2 people killed in Army firing on stone-pelters in J&K's Shopian

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    Within no time, their numbers swelled to 200-250 persons. "The crowd surrounded an isolated portion of the convoy consisting of four vehicles". Colonel Kalia said a JCO accompanying the convoy was hit on the head and fell unconscious suffering serious injury and the mob tried to lynch the individual and snatch his weapon.
  • Brexit row: David Davis to set out European Union transition plans

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    A source in her office said Britain was committed to leaving the EU's single market and customs union , and "these could not be described as very modest changes". As the fragile Tory truce on Europe threatened to collapse, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt was sent out to defend Theresa May , saying it was "absolutely wrong" to "use the word timid about this prime minister".