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Hurricane Michael: Death toll mounts to 36

Hurricane Michael: Before speeding to Florida Panhandle, the dreaded storm had also wreaked havoc in Central America, where 13 people were reported dead.

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Petrol Prices today: Sigh of relief for citizens as fuel prices witness further reduction

Petrol Prices today: Citizens have a reason to rejoice, as fuel priceswitnessed further reduction on Sunday.

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Donald Trump warns against suspending Saudi arms deal

Amid the chaos surrounding Saudi Arabia's admission of journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, United States President Donald Trump has warned against halting the Riyadh arms deal.

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14 dead in Somalia double suicide blasts

Powerful double suicide explosions rocked southwestern Somalia on Saturday, killing 14 people and injuring 20 others.

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Need to regain trust between Maldives, India, says Former Maldives foreign affairs minister Dunya Maumoon

Former Maldives foreign affairs minister Dunya Maumoon on Sunday extended the hand of friendship towards India and said that the trust should be regained between the two countries.

MeToo: M J Akbar returns home, says there will be statement later

Union minister M J Akbar, who is facing allegations of sexual harassment by a number of women journalists, returned here Sunday from a foreign tour.

Will make Pakistan cleaner than Europe, says PM Imran Khan

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has flagged off the 'Clean and Green Pakistan' initiative, vowing to make his country cleaner than Europe in the next five years.

MeToo: Molestation complaint filed against Subhash Ghai

While addressing the media after filing the complaint, Kate alleged that the Bollywood film director molested her by forcefully trying to kiss and hug her.

Meghalaya gets Rs 7.8 cr for construction of textile tourism complex

Minister of State for Textiles, Ajay Tamta on Saturday said that the Ministry would release Rs 7.8 crore for the construction of a textile tourism complex in Nongpoh, Ri-Bhoi district of Meghalaya.

Afghanistan poll rally blast: Death toll rises to 22

At least 16 people were killed Saturday and 36 wounded in two attacks against Afghanistan's ongoing parliamentary election campaign ahead of next week's vote, authorities told Efe.

Delhi Environment Minister expresses concern over stubble burning

Delhi Environment Minister Imran Hussain on Friday expressed concern over the unabated stubble burning noticed in the neighbouring states.

SC Collegium recommends Chief Justices to 5 High Courts

The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended the appointment of Chief Justices to High Courts of Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Guwahati, Calcutta, and Bombay.

Sierra Leone scraps China-funded airport deal in capital city Freetown

Sierra Leone has cancelled plans to build an airport with China's help in the outskirts of the country's capital, Freetown, saying it was economically unviable.

Global internet shutdown likely over next 48 hours

Internet users across the globe may experience widespread network failures as the key domain servers are slated to undergo routine maintenance over the next 48 hours.

Despite ban, farmers in Karnal burn stubble

Even after prohibition, farmers in Haryana's Karnal district burned stubble in the region.

Dassault ‘freely’ chose Reliance for partnership to manufacture parts for Rafale, Falcon 2000 jets

Dassault also clarified that the DRAL plant in Nagpur, the cornerstone of which was laid down on October 27, 2017, will manufacture parts for Falcon 2000 business jets and "in a second step", parts for Rafale aircraft.

Prateik Babbar Goa car accident: Bollywood actor booked for rash driving, refuses police for blood test

Bollywood actor Prateik Babbar has refused to give his blood sample for analysis after he was booked by the Goa Police for rash driving, a police official said Thursday.

Melania Trump wants #MeToo accusers to show “hard evidence”

While she maintained that she supports women, she added that men need to be supported as well.

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MEA Sushma Swaraj to attend SCO meeting in Tajikistan today

Swaraj had also attended the last year's meeting at Sochi Swaraj's programme in Dushanbe will include participation in the SCO CHG meeting, both in the restricted as well as extended formats.

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Will Smith visits sets of ‘Student Of The Year 2’

He visited the sets of Karan Johar's production project SOTY 2 and was seen bonding with the lead actors of the film.

India’s connection with overseas diaspora has strengthened: President Ram Nath Kovind in Tajikistan

President Ram Nath Kovind on Sunday said that the Indian Government's mechanism to connect with overseas Indian community has been majorly changed in recent years.

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Dharmendra Pradhan, Smriti Irani inaugurate BJP’s state Executive meet

The executive meet aims to prepare party workers for Assembly elections in Odisha.

Won’t return to Myanmar, say Rohingya Refugees staying in Indian camps

More than 650,000 Rohingya Muslims fled Rakhine in August 2017 after Myanmar's army launched a massive crackdown in its northern state.

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2019 Lok Sabha Elections: Sharad Pawar won’t contest polls, says NCP leader Ajit Pawar

2019 Lok Sabha Elections: Ajit Pawar said that some party workers in Pune had requested Sharad Pawar to contest in the polls but he told them clearly that he won't contest any election.

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Polio vaccines safe and effective assures Centre

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Thursday refuted rumors being spread about virus being found in polio drops meant to be given to children up to five years and reassured that polio vaccines being used in India are saf

Bihar: State government bans mobile phones at high-level meetings

In an order issued by Aamir Subhani, principal secretary, general administration department, the official has directed all principal secretaries and police officials to resist from using cell phones while attending meetings.

AFSPA extended in 3 districts in Arunachal Pradesh

The Centre on Wednesday extended the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act to three districts in Arunachal Pradesh, declaring them as 'disturbed area'.

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