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It shows that the countdown of Congress government in Karnataka has begun. The government has made way for the builders' mafia, sand mafia and other corrupt actions, he said. In July 2011, the BJP high command had ordered Yeddyurappa to quit as Karnataka CM after the then Lokayukta Justice N Santosh Hegde indicted him in a mining scam worth over Rs 50,000 crore.
  • John Coates statement on the CAS Ruling on Russian athletes

    John Coates statement on the CAS Ruling on Russian athletes

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    The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) acquitted 28 Russian athletes of all doping related-charges last Thursday, overruling their lifetime Olympic bans in the process. The Russian sports minister said the IOC's statement about its dissatisfaction with the CAS ruling was somehow odd. Bach insisted invitations to the Russians in question were not inevitable despite the " disappointing and surprising " CAS rulings.
  • Maldives declares state of emergency as Supreme Court judges arrested

    Maldives declares state of emergency as Supreme Court judges arrested

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    The emergency declaration came after standoff between President and Supreme court where the former refused to comply by the court order to release opposition leaders. Gayoom had sided with the main opposition and was campaigning for the toppling of his half brother. What happens next? Yameen is facing worldwide pressure to follow the court order and reinstate the opposition.
  • Amtrak from NY crashes in SC, sheriff's department says

    Amtrak from NY crashes in SC, sheriff's department says

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    The Amtrak engineer sounded his horn seven seconds before the crash and applied emergency brakes three seconds before the train collided with the other locomotive at 50 miles per hour (80 kph), Sumwalt said, citing information from the passenger train's data recorder.
  • Josh McDaniels may not leave Patriots for Colts after all

    Josh McDaniels may not leave Patriots for Colts after all

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    According to Florio, McDaniels has yet to the tell the Patriots that he's officially leaving. Reports surfaced Sunday that McDaniels was getting cold feet about accepting the head job in Indy, which naturally fueled rumors about Bill Belichick's future in Foxboro.
  • Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation in EU

    Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation in EU

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    Furthermore, the practice persists amongst immigrant populations living in Western Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand. Activists also call for more research to be conducted to show people that there are others around the world who reject the practice.
  • Bucks get center Tyler Zeller in trade from Brooklyn

    Bucks get center Tyler Zeller in trade from Brooklyn

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    Tyler Zeller will add depth to the Bucks' center position. That will play to Milwaukee's advantage as they'll now have a cheap big man in place if required with their tight salary situation, while also having the flexibility required to cut him for space or better options if the situation presents itself.
  • Israeli minister: Poland visit cancelled over Holocaust bill

    Israeli minister: Poland visit cancelled over Holocaust bill

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    Poland's nationalist government is in the process of enacting legislation to criminalize speech that "claims, publicly and contrary to the facts, that the Polish Nation or the Republic of Poland is responsible or co-responsible for Nazi crimes committed by the Third Reich".
  • Top anti-ivory trade crusader found dead

    Top anti-ivory trade crusader found dead

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    His groundbreaking investigations, often co-authored with researcher Lucy Vigne, are credited with contributing to China's decision to close its legal ivory markets past year, said Paula Kahumbu, a leading Kenyan elephant expert and chief executive of Wildlife Direct, a conservation group.
  • Rahul Dravid reacts over inequality in Prize money

    Rahul Dravid reacts over inequality in Prize money

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    Expressing that they could have done better in the finals, the 45-year-old Dravid said that they played better in the semi finals. "I am really happy for these 15 boys who get to wear a World Cup medal and get to win it because it's been hard work, there have been sacrifices by a lot of them, and just the way that they played, the way they gelled as a unit, the quality of cricket that they played, the way they executed plans even under pressure", he pointed out.