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Shaista was sister while Sartaj, Taniya and Fatma were children of Sarfaraz Khan (35), who was running the illegal cracker manufacturing factory inside the house. He used to live in the house as a tenant, said the district magistrate (DM) of Nalanda , Thyagarajan. Meanwhile, an eight-member team of Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) visited the spot in Jalalpur to investigate the blast in the illegal firecracker factory last night.
  • World Water Day marked

    World Water Day marked

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    The observance is an effort to focus on the significance of water , on the importance of access to clean water and to educate people to on water-related issues and take due measures to overcome the challenges of water pollution, safe and drinking water scarcity and health and hygiene related to water .
  • Man accused of making bomb threats at Bricktown hotel

    Man accused of making bomb threats at Bricktown hotel

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    The arrest of a 19-year-old man in Watford, Hertfordshire is on suspicion of blackmail and making malicious communications relating to the hoax bomb threat which was sent to hundreds of schools earlier in the week. "Frankly, it's downright stupid", said Hernando County Sheriff Al Nienhuis. She said the threat is being investigated by law enforcement, and all district buildings are closed until further notice.
  • Picture This: Shaggy Is Performing At The Queen's Birthday Concert

    Picture This: Shaggy Is Performing At The Queen's Birthday Concert

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    The Queen's birthday celebration at the Royal Albert Hall will include performances from Sir Tom Jones , Craig David , Kylie Minogue , Shawn Mendes , and Shaggy , according to the Mirror . One can only imagine him serenading Queen Elizabeth with those swoon-worthy words-luckily, there's no envisioning necessary, as the concert will be aired live on BBC One and BBC Radio Two.
  • Teen taking driving text crashes into licence centre

    Teen taking driving text crashes into licence centre

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    In fact, her behind-the-wheel test on Wednesday in Buffalo, Minn., failed at the start as she crashed into the driver's examination station before she even got on the road. The 17-year-old driver and those inside the building were not hurt. The license examiner, a 60-year-old Buffalo woman, was taken by ambulance to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries, police said.
  • 2017 census estimates show healthy growth in Pitt County

    2017 census estimates show healthy growth in Pitt County

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    Massengill said she expects to see the general population trend for the region to continue upward. The bureau estimates that Adams County's 2017 population was 31,678 - an increase of 314 souls from the official 2010 population of 31,364, and also up by 21 from the estimate for 2016.
  • New date set for Longford murder trial

    New date set for Longford murder trial

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    Rodriguez, 20, of Rock Valley, Iowa, has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and first-degree arson in connection with the October 29 stabbing death of Luis Luevanos in his Rock Valley home. First-degree arson carries a 25-year prison sentence. Langford was at his home in Dieterich in October 2017 when a man came to his house in search of his daughters.
  • Meet The Voice's Top 48 Artists Going into the Battle Rounds

    Meet The Voice's Top 48 Artists Going into the Battle Rounds

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    Stuart was sent packing. Adam Levine followed that up with, "That was just a special, special thing, and I'm really happy I got to experience it 'cause you're both that good". Those attempts to harmonize...ow, my ears. Who is Alicia Keys's advisor? Although Jordyn's range was incredible, Kelsea's raspy voice won over Alicia.
  • Relief to Tej Pratap Singh in journalist murder case

    Relief to Tej Pratap Singh in journalist murder case

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    The apex court had in November past year directed the CBI to probe the photographs on the basis of a petition filed by Asha Ranjan, whose husband was murdered in Siwan district in Bihar. The court also sent a notice to Tej Pratap Yadav , asking that he explain the photograph. Mr. Kaif is alleged to be a sharpshooter for Siwan strongman and jailed RJD leader Mohd.
  • Tata Motors Limited (NYSE:TTM) Shares Dip Under Moving Averages

    Tata Motors Limited (NYSE:TTM) Shares Dip Under Moving Averages

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    The RSI's interpretations notify overbought above 70 and oversold below 30. The stock now has an average rating of "Hold" and an average target price of $33.50. The company exchanged hands with 1,860,790 shares compared to its average daily volume of 1.41M shares. A simple moving average is an indicator that calculates the average price of a security over a specified number of periods.
  • Smoking While Walking Might Soon Be Banned On All NYC Sidewalks

    Smoking While Walking Might Soon Be Banned On All NYC Sidewalks

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    Violating the ordinance would result in a $50 fine, the same punishment given if people are caught smoking in public parks. A bill being introduced in the City Council Wednesday by Councilman Peter Koo would ban puffing a cigarette while walking along a city sidewalk.
  • Federal Spending Deal Rejects Steep Cuts Proposed by President Trump

    Federal Spending Deal Rejects Steep Cuts Proposed by President Trump

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    The House of Representatives cleared the way for a vote on the measure later on Thursday, voting 211-207 to open debate. But the bill wasn't all bad for New Mexico , according to Sens. The measure follows the outlines of a 2018-2019 Budget deal reached last month that boosts both military and domestic spending by more than 10 per cent.
  • Jail Term For Doctors, Chemists If They Don't Report Tuberculosis

    Jail Term For Doctors, Chemists If They Don't Report Tuberculosis

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    A 2014 study in the peer-reviewed journal, The Lancet , reported that there were 2.2 million TB patients treated in India's private sector alone, or about 2-3 times higher than current estimates of the incidence of the disease. "Such checks are required in every state to find out the missing cases", said an official. Drug resistant TB, multidrug resistant TB (MDR-TB) and extensively drug resistant TB (XDR-TB) pose a specific public health threat in many countries.
  • At least 9 dead, several hurt in car bomb in Somali…

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    He said the attack targeted a busy restaurant near Weheliye Hotel. Most of the casualties were passers-by and traders, Hussein told The Associated Press. Africa Command says the airstrike on Monday near Mubaarak in Lower Shabelle region killed two al-Shabab fighters, wounded three and destroyed one vehicle.
  • Trump Says of Iran Deal, 'You're Going to See What I Do'

    Trump Says of Iran Deal, 'You're Going to See What I Do'

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    U.S. President Donald Trump appears increasingly willing to defy some of his top generals, as his administration grapples with how best to deal with Iran . "The Iran deal will be another issue that's coming up in May, and right now it doesn't feel like it's gonna be extended", Republican Senator Bob Corker told CBS's Margaret Brennan.
  • Leading Social Media Platform is Failing Women — Toxic Twitter

    Leading Social Media Platform is Failing Women — Toxic Twitter

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    Brigadier General John Agim, Acting Director Defence Information who said this in a statement also questioned the motive of AI, accusing the organization of aways peddling outright falsehood about the ongoing war against terror in Nigeria in "a calculated attempt to whip up sentiments and mislead unsuspecting Nigerians, demoralize friendly nations and people collaborating with security forces to end the forces of evil in the North-East".
  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a big fan of scrunchies

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a big fan of scrunchies

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    But the main goal of his visit was to go through the 85-year-old's grueling workout routine. While the pair exercised, Colbert took time to talk to Ginsburg about the most pressing issues - provided that they weren't about any pending Supreme Court cases.
  • Trial set for 1 of 3 charged in Sycamore armed robbery

    Trial set for 1 of 3 charged in Sycamore armed robbery

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    Main St. U.S. Food Store, according to police. Police say the man may have left in a Ford Flex SUV. "We received a report that the robbers broke into the house of one of Senpha Investment's employees and they also demanded cash from her".
  • BSP MLA hints he voted for BJP in RS polls

    BSP MLA hints he voted for BJP in RS polls

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    On the other hand, SP MLA Hariom Yadav has also been barred by a special Firozabad court from exercising his franchise in the crucial battle for the 10th seat of Rajya Sabha from UP. The party has serious doubts about Shivpal and his loyal MLAs playing games again to let down his nephew Akhilesh Yadav. A united SP and presence of Raghuraj Pratap Singh, independent MLA from Kundla at the dinner has provided the much-required re-assurance that Mayawati was looking for.
  • Windy weather in the forecast

    Windy weather in the forecast

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    Daytime highs will climb into the upper 70s to low 80s. ESE winds at 15-30 miles per hour area expected to gust to 35 miles per hour at times Friday making it feel even cooler. FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY FORECAST DETAILS: Expect clear to partly cloudy skies and lows in the 30s Friday night ahead of partly to mostly cloudy skies and highs in the 50s Saturday .
  • Raza apologises for Zimbabwe's World Cup woe

    Raza apologises for Zimbabwe's World Cup woe

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    UAE entered their final game of the 2018 Cricket World Cup Qualifier with little more than pride to play for, having lost all their games against the other Super Sixes sides up to this point. Williams was the star of the innings as he scored 80 off 80 balls but his dismissal in the 37th over changed the equation. "When Sean got out, that was a crucial moment", said Cremer after the match.
  • Katsuko Saruhashi's 98th birth anniversary remembered via a Google Doodle

    Katsuko Saruhashi's 98th birth anniversary remembered via a Google Doodle

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    She was the first to accurately measure the concentration of carbonic acid in water based on temperature, pH Level, and chlorinity. This method was named after her and is called the Saruhashi Table. A year later, Saruhashi founded the Society of Japanese Women Scientists with the aim of having more women contributing to sciences. In 1985 she was the first woman to win the Miyake Prize for geochemistry.
  • Former South Korean President Lee Myung-bak arrested on corruption charges

    Former South Korean President Lee Myung-bak arrested on corruption charges

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    A hearing was not held as Lee, who denies the allegations, refused to attend. "I feel that all is my fault", Lee said in a handwritten statement posted to Facebook shortly after the warrant was issued, "and I feel a sense of guilt". The 11 billion won in bribes also include 1.7 billion won (US$1.6 million) of secret funds from the country's spy agency Lee allegedly pocked and 3.5 billion won (US$3.2 million) Lee reportedly accepted from five different people.
  • Karen McDougal: Trump Said 'I Was Beautiful Like' His Daughter Ivanka

    Karen McDougal: Trump Said 'I Was Beautiful Like' His Daughter Ivanka

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    She repeated details that previously appeared in a February New Yorker story , which was informed by an eight-page handwritten note penned by her and provided by a friend to the publication. She acknowledges in her lawsuit that the incentives offered to her in the deal seemed like the best outcome at the time, but she changed her mind after word of the deal began to leak.
  • Taiwan Military Tails Chinese Aircraft Carrier

    Taiwan Military Tails Chinese Aircraft Carrier

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    While this will predictably draw sharp protests from China, similar to those when the bill passed the U.S. Congress, President Trump must make it clear to Beijing that this in no circumstances violates the "one China" principle , the political foundation of U.S.
  • Whirlwind Kamran lifts Peshawar Zalmi to PSL final

    Whirlwind Kamran lifts Peshawar Zalmi to PSL final

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    Pakistan paceman Rahat Ali took 4-16. Quetta lost wickets at regular intervals during their chase, leaving them needing 25 off the final over. Anwar Ali smashed three sixes and a boundary to keep the target down to three. The victor of the match will directly go to the final and play against Islamabad United on March 25. Pakistan Cricket Board have gradually revived league cricket in the country.
  • President of Peru, facing allegations of corruption, resigns

    President of Peru, facing allegations of corruption, resigns

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    Pedro Pablo Kuczynski presented his resignation letter to the Congress on Wednesday, one day before a scheduled impeachment vote against him, according to local media. Kuczynski's downfall marked a spectacular reversal for a man who was elected in 2016 amid hopes he would turbocharge growth while cleaning up notorious government corruption and modernizing the Andean nation of some 30 million people.
  • Fired Secretary of State Tillerson: I'm praying for America

    Fired Secretary of State Tillerson: I'm praying for America

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    Back in October, Axios reported on "internal administration conversations " which, at the time , involved the possibility that Trump might replace Tillerson with Pompeo - and that Sen. A new wave of competent extremists like Pompeo are now poised to take American democracy further into the dark side than even Cheney was willing to go.
  • Aadhaar is an enabler of citizen rights, govt tells Supreme Court

    Aadhaar is an enabler of citizen rights, govt tells Supreme Court

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    At the outset, Venugopal, whose turn to argue came on the 20th day of the marathon hearing, said the CEO's presentation would clear doubts including the technical ones about the Aadhaar scheme. The disadvantage group can not be denied the same right on the premise that the privacy of the elite is being curtailed, Venugopal said. "It's not as if privacy is for one segment of the population and not for another", he said.
  • French police free Nicolas Sarkozy after questioning

    French police free Nicolas Sarkozy after questioning

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    The judges will keep investigating the case in the next weeks and months. His right-wing Republicans party has so far given Sarkozy unanimous backing, but there are signs of unease among some senior conservatives who fear the fallout of the latest episode involving their former leader.
  • Pro-life groups hail narrow win by Lipinski in Illinois Democratic primary

    Pro-life groups hail narrow win by Lipinski in Illinois Democratic primary

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    With 97 percent of the vote counted, Mr. Lapinski had captured 50.9 percent of the vote, and Marie Newman had 49.1 percent in the 3rd Congressional District primary race. The incident most revealing of Lipinski's anti-LGBT views was a 2014 campaign mailer to his constituents organized by the anti-LGBT Illinois Family Institute.
  • Unarmed Man Killed In His Own Backyard By California Police

    Unarmed Man Killed In His Own Backyard By California Police

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    Allowing family to see such videos before they are released to the public is part of a city policy adopted in late 2016 by the City of Sacramento after the fatal shooting by police of Joseph Mann , a mentally ill black man. Thompson said Tuesday. "C'mon now, they didn't have to do that". Chandler said it would also include footage shot by sheriff's deputies from the helicopter.
  • Former DHS Chief Says That 2016 Russia Sanctions Were Not Effective Enough

    Former DHS Chief Says That 2016 Russia Sanctions Were Not Effective Enough

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    It is the first of three reports the panel plans to write in its wide-ranging investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. These recommendations focussed on securing the information technology infrastructure that state voting systems run on from cyberattacks and creating better lines of communication between the states and intelligence agencies.
  • North Korea's silence clouds prospects of Trump-Kim meeting

    North Korea's silence clouds prospects of Trump-Kim meeting

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    This year's drills were postponed during the Pyeongchang Olympics, which saw rare cooperative steps between the rival Koreas after months of confrontation over the North's weapons programs. But leader Kim Jong Un has expressed understanding of the drills this year to the South Koreans. The larger of the two exercises, Foal Eagle, is a field training exercise with about 11,500 USA troops and about 290,000 South Korean troops, according to a Pentagon spokesman, Marine Lt.
  • NHS nurses will get 6.5% pay rise without losing a day's holiday

    NHS nurses will get 6.5% pay rise without losing a day's holiday

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    It was previously feared more NHS workers would be forced to give up a day's holiday in return for the salary increase, but the government has now scrapped that plan. The cap has affected other workers including local government staff. During the 2017 election, Mrs May was blasted for telling an NHS nurse who was frightened to see her pay decrease, "there is no magic money tree".
  • John Oliver's Gay Bunny Book Outsold Mike Pence's Bunny Book

    John Oliver's Gay Bunny Book Outsold Mike Pence's Bunny Book

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    As Amazon struggles to keep up with demand for John Oliver and Jill Twiss's children's book chronicling the romance between the Pences' pet bunny, Marlon Bundo , and another boy bunny, a member of the Pence family issued a surprisingly supportive response to the same-sex supportive work.
  • Doping: Russia making slow progress towards reinstatement, says WADA

    Doping: Russia making slow progress towards reinstatement, says WADA

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    It comes after International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board member Nenad Lalovic told insidethegames that WADA should "negotiate" with the Russians to find a solution to the RUSADA compliance deadlock. RUSADA director general Yuri Ganus said the two points were outside his agency's jurisdiction. Russia's investigative committee could not immediately be reached for comment.