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MLA Kalyan Singh Chouhan passed away at the GBH American Hospital in Udaipur after prolonged illness today. Singh was on his way in his personal vehicle, Toyota Fortuner, when he met an accident. Before joining politics, he used to work as an agriculturist. Lokendra Singh was born in Bijnor district of Uttar Pradesh. Chauhan, 41 years old belongs to Dhammpur in Bijnore.
  • Students rally at Whitehouse demanding gun control laws

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    In December, the Justice Department announced that it had begun a federal rule-making process that could reinterpret the legality of certain bump fire stock devices, a piece of equipment that enabled the Las Vegas gunman in October to fire on concertgoers more rapidly, mimicking automatic fire.
  • Cricket could improve relations between India and Pakistan: Afridi

    Cricket could improve relations between India and Pakistan: Afridi

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    At the inaugural St Moritz Ice Cricket tournament on February 8 and 9 in Switzerland, Afridi remembered his wonderful experiences playing with senior players like Virender Sehwag, Mohammed Kaif, Ajit Agarkar and Zaheer Khan. He said the situation in Pakistan is much better now and it is good to know that cricket is returning to Pakistan. This can be a major tool to track the performance of a player from grass root level to the top, identify weak and strong areas for batters, identify the ...
  • Bafta stars wear black on red carpet

    Bafta stars wear black on red carpet

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    The award ceremony was dominated with discussion of the the #MeToo and Time's Up movements, calling for an end to gender inequality and sexual harassment. Whilst the red carpet for the Bafta Awards was packed with stunning celebrities and designer gowns, there was also a slightly different addition to proceedings.
  • Teacher pay bill passes

    Teacher pay bill passes

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    With teachers and other public workers planning a statewide walkout Thursday and Friday over pay and benefits, Superintendent of Schools Steven Paine says they deserve more but work stoppages by public employees are unlawful in West Virginia .
  • Israeli & Iranian Leaders Clash over Syria Conflict at Munich Security Conference

    Israeli & Iranian Leaders Clash over Syria Conflict at Munich Security Conference

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    Heroes: US Army honors slain Florida high school junior cadets

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    Army. Wang is credited with saving the lives of others by holding open a door for them to escape, and he was wearing his cadet uniform when he was killed. "It was an appropriate way for USMA to honor this courageous young man", West Point said in a statement . "I want people to know he died a hero", classmate and friend Aiden Ortiz told ABC station WPLG .
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    Lindsey Vonn Makes a Guarantee Ahead of Potential Final Olympics Race

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  • Hundreds of students leave school, walk to shooting site

    Hundreds of students leave school, walk to shooting site

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    Shah slams Congress remarks on Modi-Nirav photo

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