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In the article Mr Johnson wrote: "Once we have settled our accounts, we will take back control of roughly £350m per week". Labour's Chuka Umunna, leading supporter of Open Britain, which is campaigning for continued single market membership, added: "Boris Johnson had a chance to vote to deliver the £350m extra a week for the NHS in February, and he refused to do so".
  • CBSE asks schools to install CCTV cameras at all vulnerable areas

    CBSE asks schools to install CCTV cameras at all vulnerable areas

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    The CBSE, in its circular, directed schools to install CCTV cameras, ensure police verification of staff and regulate the entry of outsiders in school building. They were not clear on how the analysis worked, he added. "We will be taking over the administration of the school and we would like to open the school soon on Monday itself so that children don't have any issue with academics", Gurugram Deputy Commissioner Vinay Pratap Singh told media.
  • PM Modi to Dedicate Sardar Sarovar Dam to Nation on His Birthday

    PM Modi to Dedicate Sardar Sarovar Dam to Nation on His Birthday

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    Modi will visit the site of "Statue of Unity", created to be the world's highest, being built to commemorate Sardar Patel's contribution in uniting 565 erstwhile princely states at the time of India's Independence. "And after Modiji became Prime Minster, the permission was granted in 17 days". He added that canal network of almost 50,000 km has been completed so far.
  • Broward County nursing home tragedy unfolded days after Irma's initial hit

    Broward County nursing home tragedy unfolded days after Irma's initial hit

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    Mr. Sanchez told that the unfortunate deaths might have occurred due to the loss of power in the storm and their officers are also checking other 42 assisted living facilities and nursing home running throughout the city. The calls started at 5:34 p.m. Monday. It said on Tuesday nursing home workers made repeated calls to FP&L, which had not fixed the transformer. Florida Gov.
  • Trump reportedly flip-flops on Paris climate deal decision

    Trump reportedly flip-flops on Paris climate deal decision

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    These include carbon dioxide generated from burning of fossil fuels that scientists blame for a warming planet, sea level rise, droughts and more frequent violent storms. There was a lot of blowback from the worldwide community when Trump announced he was pulling us out of Paris. If true, this would mark yet another reversal of a Trump campaign promise, one of the most controversial.
  • Theresa May 'frustrated' over aid rules preventing Hurricane Irma relief

    Theresa May 'frustrated' over aid rules preventing Hurricane Irma relief

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    Downing Street said the UK's aid effort had not been hampered by the rules from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and was pushing to change them. Countries are ranked according to need, which is meant to ensure the poorest countries take priority. Much like the 0.7 per cent of GDP aid spending minimum, this is an example of the new and unhelpful trend amongst British legislators to make a virtue of confining executive discretion in rather weird ways.
  • Drone strike kills 3 militants in NW Pakistan, say officials

    Drone strike kills 3 militants in NW Pakistan, say officials

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    A USA drone strike has killed three people in the tribal area of Pakistan near the Afghanistan border. Officials said the strike took place in remote Ghuz Ghari village in Kurram agency, close to the Afghan border where at least five fighters from the Afghan Taliban had gathered.
  • Oppose 'third-party' involvement in Sino-India border disputes: China

    Oppose 'third-party' involvement in Sino-India border disputes: China

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    Hua said the boundary between India and China was yet to be settled: "There are disputes over the eastern section of the China-India boundary". "In such circumstances, we hope India and various parties should respect such aspects and any third party should not be involved in our efforts to solve disputes", she added.