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In the men's, Norway won gold with the Republic of Korea winning silver. Getting a bigger audience for any show after four years is an increasingly rare trick in television. So Vonn certainly isn't hanging up her skis just yet and she has plenty of plans, starting with a run in Thursday's Alpine combined. "Maybe I was a bit too clean, too precise, maybe I should've let the skis run more".
  • 'Peace' doesn't sell at Pyeongchang - Games sponsors

    'Peace' doesn't sell at Pyeongchang - Games sponsors

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    Canada won the first relay gold at the 1992 Albertville Olympics but South Korea has taken ownership since, topping the podium in six of the next seven Games with only China interrupting that run with victory in 2010. Chloe Kim won gold in the women's snowboard halfpipe . No, they won the gold. Zoi Sadowski Synnott won bronze in big air, and 16-year-old Nico Porteous won bronze in freestyle skiing .
  • Kerala love jihad: Mother spiked food, cops ignored my claim, says Hadiya

    Kerala love jihad: Mother spiked food, cops ignored my claim, says Hadiya

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    The apex court was hearing the case of alleged love jihad in Kerala. "But in personal law, we can not annul marriages because she did not marry the right person", Justice Chandrachud told to Divan. The Bench headed by Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, asked: "Can there be a roving inquiry into the matrimonial relationship between two consenting adults to find if there was no consent".
  • Avani Chaturvedi Becomes the First Indian Woman to Fly Fighter Jet Plane

    Avani Chaturvedi Becomes the First Indian Woman to Fly Fighter Jet Plane

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    Chaturvedi piloted a MiG-21 fighter aircraft which took flight from Jamnagar , Gujarat. It is pertinent to mention here that MiG-21 Bison has the highest landing and take-off speed in the world-340kmph. Dinkar Chaturvedi , is an executive engineer in Water Resource Department of M.P. government and her mother is a home maker. "My hobbies are playing the violin, table tennis and painting".
  • British Gas owner Centrica to cut 4000 more jobs

    British Gas owner Centrica to cut 4000 more jobs

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    Centrica chief executive Iain Conn said: "Our financial result in the second half of 2017 was weak, primarily reflecting poor performance in business energy supply and particularly in our North America Business unit". The union's national energy officer, Matt Lay, said: "Staff quite simply will be devastated". But he also said the probable introduction of a price cap was another reason for the job losses.
  • Ashton Agar, D'Arcy Short help Australia win T20I tri-series title

    Ashton Agar, D'Arcy Short help Australia win T20I tri-series title

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    Much of the build-up to Australia's T20 tri-series final centred around the potential for the team to claim top spot in the rankings for the first time, if they were to defeat New Zealand at Eden Park in Auckland . Australia lost 3 quick wickets giving the hosts some hope but Maxwell and Finch held their never to take Australia to 121/3 in 14.4 overs before rain abandoned play.
  • Nitish Kumar let ghosts loose in my house: Tej Pratap Yadav

    Nitish Kumar let ghosts loose in my house: Tej Pratap Yadav

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    It seems that the tag of being mentally unstable given to Lalu Prasad's son and former state Deputy, Tej Pratap by the Urban Development Minister Suresh Sharma last November is being proved right. Tej Pratap Yadav , the son of RJD chief and former Bihar chief minister Lalu Prasad Yadav , came up with a rather unusual reason for vacating his government bungalow in Patna last week, according to various media reports.
  • Ramaphosa definitely 'fit' to be president

    Ramaphosa definitely 'fit' to be president

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    The official inquiry established by former president Jacob Zuma put much of the blame for the deaths on police tactics used to disperse the 3,000 strikers. The government will have to raise at least 30 billion rand ($2.6 billion) from taxes to finance, among other things, free university education for students from low income families - a policy abruptly announced by Zuma on the eve of his departure from the ANC presidency past year.
  • 'N. Korea's Trade Deficit with China Expands under Sanctions'

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    On Wednesday, Tokyo reported an alleged violation of the United Nations sanctions by Pyongyang after detecting an apparent cargo transfer between the North Korean tanker Yu Jong 2 and an unidentified vessel in the East China Sea. Security Council resolutions. Tokyo said it had reported the incident to the Security Council and shared information with relevant countries. Latest economic data reveals that North Korea now holds a $1.7 billion trade deficit with its largest trade partner and ...
  • Donald Trump backs arming teachers to stop school shootings

    Donald Trump backs arming teachers to stop school shootings

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    He says: "I will be strongly pushing Comprehensive Background Checks with an emphasis on Mental Health". Supporters of gun reform, many of them survivors of the shooting , have called for increased gun-control measures. During the White House event on Wednesday, Mr. Trump offered his ideas, including arming teachers and other school employees. One student from the school, Samuel Zeif , tearfully lamented that a 19-year-old former student was able to purchase a AR-15 legally.