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The first civil lawsuit relating to the bridge collapse was filed Monday after Matt Morgan, an Orlando-based lawyer, announced it on Twitter late Sunday. It said that it is the designer of the bridge, working for MCM . Hepburn hired the personal injury law firm Morgan & Morgan, based in Orlando, and is suing the companies involved in the design, construction and oversight of the bridge "who undertook and allowed inherently risky construction activities to proceed without necessary safety ...
  • Aarushi case: SC admits petitions challenging Talwar's acquittal

    Aarushi case: SC admits petitions challenging Talwar's acquittal

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    On October 12 past year, the high court acquitted the couple saying they could not be held guilty on the basis of the evidence on record. Later, the CBI also filed an appeal against the acquittal of Talwars in the case. Banjade had filed an appeal in December a year ago against the Talwars acquittal in the case. Rubbishing the entire investigation carried by CBI in the case since 2008, HC dropped all the charges against Talwars.
  • WTO chief Roberto Azevêdo calls on PM Modi

    WTO chief Roberto Azevêdo calls on PM Modi

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    This is the second WTO mini-ministerial meeting being hosted by India , after the first in 2009. Mr. Roberto Azevệdo, Director General (DG) of the WTO, who is in New Delhi to attend the informal meeting of Ministers of WTO, called on the Prime Minister of India today.
  • Mohamed Salah: 'Anything can happen against Manchester City'

    Mohamed Salah: 'Anything can happen against Manchester City'

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    Salah netted four goals in the return fixture at Anfield on Saturday evening as Liverpool FC eased to a resounding 5-0 win over Watford . Bournemouth's Junior Stanislas (No 3, up 38 places) scored for the second game running to compound West Brom's woes with a last-minute victor at the Vitality Stadium.
  • German president urges Putin to improve ties

    German president urges Putin to improve ties

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    Kremlin insiders say Putin has selected no heir apparent, and that any names being circulated are the product of speculation and not based on insider knowledge of Putin's thinking. Just weeks ago, he announced that Russian Federation has developed advanced nuclear weapons capable of evading missile defenses. Putin is likely to continue with little change in terms of trying to rebuild Russian Federation as a global power while limiting economic reforms at home.
  • Competition multiplying in rabbit books as John Oliver trolls Pence

    Competition multiplying in rabbit books as John Oliver trolls Pence

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    Oliver dredged up a history of Pence's anti-LGBT policies before admitting that he "kind of likes" the VP's pet rabbit, who is about to star in his own book about life with "Grampa" Pence. This is a real book for children. The proceeds of " A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo " will be donated to The Trevor Project and AIDS United , while the Pences will donate a portion their proceeds to A21, a nonprofit focused on combating human trafficking, and an art therapy program at Riley Hospital ...
  • Jared Kushner's Company Reportedly Filed False Documents with NYC

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    In one case, Kushner's company sold three buildings in Astoria-a neighborhood in the Queens borough of New York City-for $60 million just two years after it had bought the properties for much less. Instead, some tenants reported they were urged to get out or forced to live amid the disruption of ongoing construction work as the Kushners prepared to boost rents or sell a building.
  • Trump ordered White House officials to sign nondisclosure agreements

    Trump ordered White House officials to sign nondisclosure agreements

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    Many reportedly signed figuring the NDAs would be found unconstitutional and unenforceable. The report cites an anonymous source inside the White House who says that discussions about bringing McEntee back were brought up by chief of staff John Kelly during a staff meeting on Friday morning.
  • Russian Federation readies to hand Putin new term in presidential vote

    Russian Federation readies to hand Putin new term in presidential vote

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    Boris Johnson , Britain's foreign minister, has said it is "highly likely" that Russian President Vladimir Putin himself ordered the nerve-agent attack on a former Russian agent on United Kingdom soil. Britain's national security council will meet to consider further measures, and The Guardian reports that Johnson has pledged to use existing sanctions to "crackdown on unexplained wealth that may have been obtained by corruption, or where there was evidence of a link with the Kremlin and ...
  • Beast from the East Part 2?

    Beast from the East Part 2?

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    The chill will stay until Wednesday in the south and east with East Anglia, Kent and Essex especially vulnerable to any further wintry showers. With the snow and icy conditions, the Met Office have issued a Yellow Weather Warning for Andover today (Monday 19th March) with various places and services closed.
  • Assam: BJP president Amit Shah to visit before panchayat poll

    Assam: BJP president Amit Shah to visit before panchayat poll

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    In upcoming elections (in 2019), BJP will be in bad condition. "Since 2014, how many deals has the BJP entered into for power". The SBSP chief also said, "Unless someone (from the BJP) asks us, how will talks take place?" "In Uttar Pradesh, we wanted to teach the BJP a lesson and chose to support SP candidates so that it loses the seats earlier held by the chief minister and deputy chief minister".
  • Veerappa Moily's tweet puts Congress in a bad spot

    Veerappa Moily's tweet puts Congress in a bad spot

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    Veerappa Moily has however made a statement saying that the tweet was unauthorised and inappropriate. Before being elected to the Lok Sabha from Chikkaballapur, Moily represented Karkala several times, including when he was chief minister in the early 1990s.
  • Pompeo set to meet with Tillerson

    Pompeo set to meet with Tillerson

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    Indiana Senator Joe Donnelly says he'll review Mike Pompeo's nomination for secretary of state with an eye to stability in American foreign policy. After June a year ago, the two countries have tried at several other dates for this dialogue including sometime in November and December.
  • Putin wins another six years at Russia's helm in landslide victory

    Putin wins another six years at Russia's helm in landslide victory

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    Putin has promised to use his new term to beef up Russia's defences against the West and to raise living standards. Vladimir Zhirinovsky, leader of Liberal-Democratic Party of Russian Federation is third, he got 6.95 percent. "People came together. No other country in the world has such open and transparent elections". A senior opposition politician has warned they could descend into street clashes if police crackdown too hard on demonstrators.
  • Putin's Easy Victory Represents Continuity In Russia

    Putin's Easy Victory Represents Continuity In Russia

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    Ms Sobchak urged Mr Putin's critics to "come together", and argued against the boycott called for by opposition leader Alexei Navalny , who is barred from running. Russia will expand its own "blacklist" of Americans in response to new U.S. sanctions announced by the Trump administration, a Russian minister said Friday.
  • Saudi govt to ensure gender equal salaries - Crown Prince

    Saudi govt to ensure gender equal salaries - Crown Prince

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    In a wide-ranging interview with CBS' 60 Minutes aired on Sunday night, Prince Mohammed, 32, offered a new vision for Saudi Arabia that turns the page on the harsh interpretation of Islam practice in the Kingdom since 1979. Ever since Franklin Delano Roosevelt met with King Abdul Aziz ibn Saud on a USA naval ship in the Suez Canal in 1945, every American president has carefully nurtured relations with the Saudi royal family.
  • Physicians Realty Trust (DOC) Receives Consensus Rating of "Buy" from Brokerages

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    Coca Cola Company now has $185.34 billion valuation. 1,502,537 shares of the stock traded hands, compared to its average volume of 1,632,101. The shares were sold at an average price of $103.47, for a total transaction of $1,034,700.00. Therefore 64% are positive. Vantiv Inc had 98 analyst reports since July 31, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. The rating was maintained by Stifel Nicolaus on Friday, July 21 with "Hold".
  • Facebook shares fall 5% on report of 'systemic problems' in data breach

    Facebook shares fall 5% on report of 'systemic problems' in data breach

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    The researchers paid about 270,000 Facebook users (who were actually all working as Mechanical Turks , Amazon's human-for-hire service) to install a quiz app on their profiles. The company also did consulting for Ted Cruz. Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are once again calling on Facebook for answers - but answers may not be enough.
  • Turkish flag hoisted in Afrin town center

    Turkish flag hoisted in Afrin town center

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    The media office of the Syrian army published two photos, in which Assad appeared surrounded by soldiers with a caption reading "on the frontline in Eastern Ghouta, President Assad is with the heroes of the Syrian army". "We said patient people would reach to the victory and we did", he said. According to activists inside the enclave, those who have made their way to government-controlled territories are often detained by government forces upon arriving at multiple points on the outskirts ...
  • More than 400 schools in England receive hoax bomb threats

    More than 400 schools in England receive hoax bomb threats

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    In a message to Jewish institutions, the CST told the schools" security personnel to "continuously sweep" their locations and report anything suspicious, but warned against evacuating or "invacuating' the premises. "We take all incidents of this nature extremely seriously and an investigation into the emails in question is under way", the spokeswoman said. No arrests for the malicious communications have been made at this time.
  • Canadian PM Justin Trudeau to visit Taj Mahal today

    Canadian PM Justin Trudeau to visit Taj Mahal today

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    The Punjab CM had a year ago refused to meet Canadian defence minister Harjit Sajjan during his visit to the state saying that apart from Sajjan, other members of Trudeau cabinet, including Amarjeet Sohi, sympathised with Khalistanis. He is also expected to visit Akshardham Temple in Gujarat and hold a discussion at an IIM-Ahmedabad on education and investment opportunities. The two prime ministers will meet on Feb 23 for wide-ranging talks, prior to which there will be a formal ceremony ...
  • Putin seals fourth presidential term after winning over 73% of votes

    Putin seals fourth presidential term after winning over 73% of votes

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    A greater number of Russian citizens overseas cast their ballots in the 2018 presidential election than in the previous election in 2012 and the 2016 parliamentary vote, TASS correspondents report . Western leaders were slow to publicly congratulate Putin. Moscow faces increasing global isolation over its interventions in Ukraine and in Syria, and a fresh round of USA sanctions over alleged Russian election meddling in 2016.
  • Putin wins 4th term as Russia's President

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    Putin called for Russian Federation to unify during his victory speech. President Duterte has revitalized the country's economic and defense relations with Russian Federation as he moved away from the United States over alleged interference in domestic affairs especially its criticisms on war on illegal drugs.
  • Brother Shoots Sister In The Head Over Video Game Dispute

    Brother Shoots Sister In The Head Over Video Game Dispute

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    Sheriff Cecil Cantrell told the media that it is their understanding that the boy got hold of the gun when the girl refused to relinquish the controller. The children's mother is believed to have been feeding other children when the shooting took place, it was reported . "I do know it's a tragedy". Sheriff Cantrell says he does not know what consequences the boy faces.
  • Television Presenter Ant McPartlin arrsted over drink-driving collision

    Television Presenter Ant McPartlin arrsted over drink-driving collision

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    The incident comes just hours after the TV star had filmed Saturday Night Takeaway alongside Declan Donnelly and fans have since been questioning on social media whether next weekend's episode will still go ahead. Amy Cassie, 23, told The Sun: "Ant seemed furious after crashing the vehicle and was shouting at his mum who was also in the auto". The I'm A Celebrity host reportedly smashed into two cars, and a young girl was taken to hospital.
  • Pawan Kalyan's TARGET on Nara Lokesh has a SHOCKING SECRET behind it!

    Pawan Kalyan's TARGET on Nara Lokesh has a SHOCKING SECRET behind it!

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    A few days back, the YSR Congress has proposed a no-confidence motion against the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) on the issue of granting special category status to Andhra Pradesh. The TDP, BJP and JSP had formed an alliance in the 2014 assembly and general elections in AP. "It will mostly be a quadrangular contest". The TDP Politburo will meet on Friday evening, when it may take a decision on parting ways with the BJP, as its ties with the ruling party have already reached a point ...
  • First janaza of 23 plane crash victims held in Kathmandu

    First janaza of 23 plane crash victims held in Kathmandu

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    Bangladesh's Ambassador to Nepal Mashfee Binte Shams said: "The namaj-e-janaza for the 23 victims of the plane crash has been held". Identification of six additional people was established on Sunday while 17 bodies were identified earlier.
  • United Kingdom gives 23 Russian diplomats the boot

    United Kingdom gives 23 Russian diplomats the boot

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    Nikolai Glushkov was found dead at his home this week. But the Investigative Committee said it would probe the case as a murder. May spoke after Moscow ignored a midnight deadline to explain how a nerve agent developed by the Soviet Union was used against Sergei and Yulia Skripal.
  • Vladimir Putin Wins Election, According To Early Results

    Vladimir Putin Wins Election, According To Early Results

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    Mr Putin faces seven challengers but none poses a serious threat. Authorities struggled against voter apathy, putting many of Russia's almost 111 million voters under intense pressure to cast ballots. "There is to be no Russophobia as a result of what is happening", Johnson said on Friday. Putin, who has ruled Russian Federation for nearly two decades, is polling at around 70 percent and is sure to extend his term to 2024 despite a lacklustre campaign.
  • Expected acquittal. Got convicted. Again: Lalu Yadav's family

    Expected acquittal. Got convicted. Again: Lalu Yadav's family

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    The CBI court in Ranchi , however, acquitted another former Bihar chief minister, Jagannath Mishra, in the case. Lalu Prasad Yadav was booked in over Rs 900-crore fodder scam cases related to the illegal withdrawal of funds from the government treasuries in different districts of the animal husbandry department in undivided Bihar in the 1990s when the RJD was in power.
  • Russia Intends To Expel UK Diplomats In Tit-For-Tat Response

    Russia Intends To Expel UK Diplomats In Tit-For-Tat Response

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    Chizhov pointed out that the United Kingdom chemical weapons research facility, Porton Down, is only eight miles (12 kilometers) from Salisbury , where Sergei Skripal - a former Russian intelligence officer convicted in his home country of spying for Britain- and his daughter were found on March 4.
  • Republican Senator Expects Trump To Pull Out Of Iran Deal

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    The location of the meeting has yet to be settled. "I think the president likely will move away from it, unless. our European counterparts really come together on a framework". Under the JCPOA, Iran halted some of its peaceful nuclear activities in exchange for the removal of nuclear-related global sanctions. Giving credence to speculations about the fate of Iran's nuclear deal, Mark Dubowitz, an executive of the Foundation for Defense Democracies, who is seen close to the Trump ...
  • Air strikes on Syria's eastern Ghouta kills over 30 civilians

    Air strikes on Syria's eastern Ghouta kills over 30 civilians

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    Turkey launched the cross-border offensive in January against the Syrian Kurdish YPG fighters who control Afrin. The violence came as thousands of people left eastern Ghouta and entered government-held parts of the region on Saturday, bringing to 47,000 the number of people who left the area over the past three days, according to Russia's Defense Ministry.
  • Pascagoula High School Participates in National Walkout Day

    Pascagoula High School Participates in National Walkout Day

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    Ava Olson, a freshman at Cheyenne's East High, attended the demonstration there wearing an orange shirt, on which she'd written "Me next". Anna Sophie Tinneny, a senior at Pennridge, said she organized the protest at the detention. "It could have happened here". At Kaiser High School, about 500 students filled the stadium's bleachers at 10 a.m., dotting it with red and orange, colors supporting the movement, for a 17-minute walkout.
  • Delhi CM Arvind's second apology letter adressed to Union Minsiter Gadkari

    Delhi CM Arvind's second apology letter adressed to Union Minsiter Gadkari

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    Jaitley had filed a defamation case after Kejriwal , who accused Jaitley of doing corruption during his tenure as the president of Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA). A day after Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal apologised to Majithia for accusing the SAD Minister of his involvement in "drug trade", Aam Aadmi Party's Punjab chief Bhagwant Mann resigned from his post on Friday.
  • Australia, ASEAN welcome inter-Korean thaw

    Australia, ASEAN welcome inter-Korean thaw

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    Almost 700,000 Rohingya have fled the troubled Rakhine state for Bangladesh since authorities launched a brutal crackdown six months ago that the United Nations has called "ethnic cleansing". Whilst visiting Australia, Lee attended ASEAN-Australia's Business Summit for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Conference. Singapore chairs the regional grouping this year.
  • Raj Thackeray slams Maha govt, criticises state funeral given to Sridevi

    Raj Thackeray slams Maha govt, criticises state funeral given to Sridevi

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    In a dig at PM Modi's foreign tours, Thackeray said that the former was apparently visiting foreign countries to get "flour for Pakoda" as his tours haven't fetched any investments. "All the opposition parties should come together for that", Thackeray said. "The Sridevi issue was deliberately brought to sideline the Nirav Modi fraud".