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BJP wins Rajouri Garden Assembly seat, AAP loses deposit

Accusing AAP of doublespeak, Manjinder Singh Sirsa, who won by 14,652 votes in the bypolls, said, "Kejriwal used to say he will ask people before doing any work". Congress is banking on three key issues for the MCD polls, Education, Environment and Economics. In line with the wider national narrative, the BJP either won or was comfortably leading in six out of 10 seats on Thursday. Read More

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Mayawati Names Brother as BSP VP, Says Ready for 'Anti-BJP' Front

Mayawati Names Brother as BSP VP, Says Ready for 'Anti-BJP' Front

The BSP chief who had announced that her party will hold protests on every 11th of the month on the issue said this programme has been put on hold as the matter is now in the apex court. "It is being shown as if I'm responsible, however, I wasn't responsible for either department". The Yogi Adityanath-led BJP government has ordered a probe into the sale of 21 sugar mills in Uttar Pradesh during Mayawati's rule in 2010-11. Read More

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Son levels S Korean scoring record as Spurs beat Bournemouth

The former Republic of Ireland worldwide says that Mauricio Pochettino will have to operate with financial constraints, which makes a league title challenge unlikely. Everton striker Romelu Lukaku struck three minutes later for his 24th league goal this season. Leicester has mounted a feeble defense of its title - sitting 12th - but it is England's last Champions League participant and hosts Atletico Madrid on Tuesday in the quarterfinals. Read More

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Syrians stuck around Aleppo as evacuation deal stalls: monitor, activists

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the attack in Rashidin, west of Aleppo , targeted residents evacuated from the northern towns of Fuaa and Kafraya under a deal reached between the regime and rebels. The much criticized deal is to transfer thousands from besieged pro-government and anti-government areas. At least 43 people were killed Saturday in a suicide auto bomb attack on buses carrying Syrians evacuated from two besieged regime-held towns, a monitor said in an updated toll. Read More

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NC candidate Farooq Abdullah leads by over 8000 votes in by

NC candidate Farooq Abdullah leads by over 8000 votes in by

Abdullah, who won the Srinagar seat bypoll results of which were announced today, said the election was the "bloodiest" that Jammu and Kashmir had known and witnessed the lowest ever turnout. There were nine candidates in the fray, but the main contest was between Abdullah and Nazir Ahmad Khan. Commenting on the incident wherein a youth was tied to the bonnet of a moving Army vehicle, he said: "It was outright shameful and worst step taken for democracy". Read More

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Russia, Iran and Syria issue warning to US

A senior Russian diplomat says Moscow believes that an worldwide probe into last week's chemical attack in Syria should include experts from Brazil, India, Iran and other nations. In an exclusive interview with Agence France-Presse in Damascus-his first since the alleged April 4 attack prompted a United States air strike on Syrian forces-Assad said his army had given up all its chemical weapons and that Syrian military firepower was not affected by the USA strike. Read More

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BC NDP promises balanced budgets

BC NDP promises balanced budgets

Liberals to the point where access for renters is too hard. Horgan promises to work with mayors on a new revenue solution for Metro Vancouver during the three years that the $500 million LNG fund is used to replace toll revenues. However, Clark said Horgan's proposal shows the New Democrats are "flying by the seat of their pants" and lack a clear plan. He said an NDP government would also provide more resources for renters to file complaints through the Residential Tenancy Act and address ... Read More

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BJP adopts Look East policy at National Executive meet

Dharmendra Pradhan, KV Singh Deo, Amit Shah and Basant Panda in Bhubaneswar on Friday on the eve of the BJP's two-day national executive meet. "I don't see any threat from the BJP to my party and government", said the chief minister. "Party leaders should not be lazy and keep working hard", he said. After successfully conquering northern, central and western states, the party is planning to give a major push in eastern states like Odisha, West Bengal and Telangana, where it has been ... Read More

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South African opposition marks Zuma's birthday with protest

The cracks in the tripartite alliance have been further laid bare by leaders from the ANC, South African Communist Party (SACP) and union federation Cosatu being largely absent from President Jacob Zuma's birthday celebrations. Manganye said they deliberately chose to distance themselves from Friday's anti-Zuma marches because the organisers did not share the same agenda. The anti-Zuma feeling has intensified since the president effected a controversial cabinet reshuffle on March 30, in which ... Read More

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Train stuck in tunnel 3 hours, then stun gun sparks stampede

Train stuck in tunnel 3 hours, then stun gun sparks stampede

Approximately 1,200 passengers were trapped on board for three hours. Crowds of people raced from Penn Station in New York City after Amtrak police shot an unarmed belligerent passenger with a stun gun. Less than two weeks later, on April 3, a minor NJ Transit train derailment resulted in four days of service changes for the railroad as well as the Long Island Rail Road while Amtrak made repairs. Read More

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Tillerson: Russia 'failure allowed Syria chemical attack'

Tillerson: Russia 'failure allowed Syria chemical attack'

Opposition and rebel fighters, who have for years urged more direct United States military action in support of their uprising, hailed the strike and called for more. Syria's use and possession of sarin, if proven, would be a major violation and clear indication it did not abide by the 2013 deal. The next day, Trump ordered a military strike on a Syrian government airbase. Read More

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Sean Spicer gives daily press briefing

But Hennen pressed him for more, saying of Spicer, "I think what he was saying is that Hitler didn't take chemical weapons out in a battle-like form and do what Assad did with these children". During an interview with Newseum, Spicer addressed the criticism and clarified that besides the personal disappointment which he experienced from his slip up, he mainly feels that he has disappointed US President Donald Trump. Read More

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Easter Egg Hunt Slated For Oswego's Breitbeck Park

The event will include breakfast, an egg hunt, bowling and arcade game play. Westminster Presbyterian Church - 10-11:30 a.m., 2110 Sheridan Blvd. For more information, call the church at (586)-286-4231. For more information, visit gwinnettehc.org. The church will also hold worship services at 6:30 p.m. April 15 , and at 6:30 a.m., 8:15 a.m., 9:30 a.m. Read More

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Assad calls chemical attack "100 percent fabrication"

Assad said the USA and Syria could still be allies "if they are serious in fighting terrorists". "The Director-General shared with the council the immediate steps taken by technical secretariat experts to analyse the available information and their preliminary assessment that this was a credible allegation", said the United Nations watchdog on chemical weapons. Read More

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Japan PM: NKorea may be capable of sarin-loaded missiles

Following a talk between him and Chinese President Xi Jinping Wednesday, Trump said China "wants to do the right thing". The test was not publicized inside North Korea. The senior administration official credited Trump's grandchildren with having a big impact on the relationship. South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se told Parliament he believed Washington would consult Seoul if it was considering a pre-emptive strike. Read More

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