• First phase of polling begins

    First phase of polling begins

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    The seats are spread across 15 districts, including Muzaffarnagar and Shamli that were hit by communal riots in 2013. As per the CEO's office, there are 1.41 crore eligible voters, including 64.76 lakh women, who will cast their votes in 14,458 polling booths in this phase.
  • Apple's 2017 iPad Pro Model Might Be Available Real Soon

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    In other news, Apple Insider revealed that other products such as the iPad Air 2 will no longer be available for purchase at the MacMall, particularly the 32gb Wi-Fi only models along with the LTE 128gb models. Despite being called the iPad Pro Mini, the alleged Apple device will still have the original iPad Mini feel as it is said to maintain the same dimensions that the original iPad Mini offers, including the 7.9-inch Retina display.
  • In Response to Trump's Threat, Iran Test Fires Another Missile

    In Response to Trump's Threat, Iran Test Fires Another Missile

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    Marchers carried carried " Death to America " banners and effigies of Trump. During his approximately 45-minute address on Friday, Rouhani didn't refer to Trump by name. He also said that Trump is also misled by those politicians who are paid by the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, also known as the MEK, PMOI and NCRI), an anti-Iran terrorist group that has augmented efforts to open a lobby in Washington in the last decade.
  • Sanremo 2017: Ermal Meta vince serata Cover

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    La terza serata del Festival di Sanremo edizione numero 67 ha messo in archivio tante emozioni. Al via con l'intensa interpretazione di Chiara che ha cantato " Diamante ", poi Ermal Meta con " Amara terra mia " che ha letteralmente mandato in visibilio la sala stampa Roof.
  • 1 arrested after protesters block DeVos from entering DC school

    1 arrested after protesters block DeVos from entering DC school

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    DeVos praised the school for its hard work and innovative approaches to teaching and vowed to strengthen public education. One protester cried, "She does not represent anything we stand for!" In case her 50 to 51 confirmation vote didn't clue you in, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is likely the most unpopular cabinet pick in history.
  • Coquihalla to re-open Friday afternoon

    Coquihalla to re-open Friday afternoon

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    By Friday, many highways remained closed and thousands of people were still without power. The closure also stranded a number of people on the Coquihalla. Meanwhile, Highway 1 from Yale to Lytton and through Glacier National Park has been reopened. "Opening time will be 2 PM at the latest". A combination of bad weather, avalanche control and major traffic accidents closed Highways 1 , 3 and 5 Thursday.
  • Trump Says He Lost NH Due to 'Illegal' Voters From Massachusetts

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    Kelly Ayotte, who lost her reelection bid in November and is now working for Trump as a Capitol Hill liaison, or "Sherpa", on the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch . He lost the popular vote to Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTrump: Ayotte would have won Senate reelection if not for voter fraud Top foreign affairs Dem: Trump must boot Flynn Rupert Murdoch-owned outlets get only USA questions at Trump-Japan press event MORE by almost 3 million ballots.
  • Alanganallur Jallikattu: At least 74 persons injured, 23 admitted

    Alanganallur Jallikattu: At least 74 persons injured, 23 admitted

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    The popular bull taming sport, which became a reason for week-long agitation against the government for the imposed ban, was formally inaugurated by Revenue Minister RB Udhayakumar and District Collector Veeraraghava Rao. A variety of prizes including a vehicle, two-wheelers, cash and utensils were awarded to the winners. TV reports said that 1650 people participated in the sport, while 2500 police personnel were deployed for ensuring the safe conduct of jallikattu.