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Israeli police question Netanyahu for second time in telecom case

Israeli police question Netanyahu for second time in telecom case Video footage showed a police vehicle pulling into the driveway of the prime minister's official residence in Jerusalem. Though he did not mention El Al by name, Netanyahu said that following the Air India flights, "the goal that I hope we set for ourselves is that the next flight or flights will also include direct flights from Tel Aviv to Mumbai in five hours, less time than Tel Aviv to Lo... [Full Article...]

Dana Jacobson defends FSU coach's terse response to postgame question

Dana Jacobson defends FSU coach's terse response to postgame question Hamilton: "You think that the game came down to the final seconds of the game?" FSU basketball coach Leonard Hamilton getting unfairly criticized for post-game interview with Dana Jacobson . "We wish them the very best in San Antonio!" If FSU fouled, MI would have gotten two shots and even if they missed BOTH free throws the Noles would have had to go the length of the floor and hit a thr... [Full Article...]

Mohammed Shami Involved In Road Accident, Suffers Head Injury

Mohammed Shami Involved In Road Accident, Suffers Head Injury The controversy-laden cricketer has sustained a head injury right above his right eye. Currently, he is taking rest in Dehradun . Shami was in Dehradun for his practice session at Abhimanyu Cricket Academy, run by Bengal batsman Abhimanyu Easwaran's father, as mentioned on The Times of India (TOI ). [Full Article...]

Barack Obama arrives in Australia for speaking engagement; Malcolm Turnbull welcomes 'President'

Barack Obama arrives in Australia for speaking engagement; Malcolm Turnbull welcomes 'President' Ms Ardern spent just under just under 30 minutes chatting with the former United States president at Auckland's Government House. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Thursday he was due to "catch up and have a chat" with the former president, who is on a week-long tour of Australia, NZ, Singapore and Japan. [Full Article...]

Check your smoke alarm before it's too late

Check your smoke alarm before it's too late It also sheds light on the recent developments in the Smoke Alarm (Smoke Detector) market competitive landscape. According to the CPSC, roughly 452,000 have been sold in the United States and 40,000 more were sold in Canada. Canadian residents who discover they have one of those models can click on this Product Safety Recall page at Kidde.com or phone Kidde toll-free at 833-551-7739. [Full Article...]

Protests move to capitol building after Sacramento officer-involved shooting

Protests move to capitol building after Sacramento officer-involved shooting Activists and protesters have criticized the Sacramento Police Department for putting out what they say was inaccurate news in the days after the shooting of Stephon Clark . Sacramento police say two officers responded after 9 p.m. Sunday to reports of an unidentified man breaking auto windows. Police had been called to check reports of someone breaking into cars. [Full Article...]

Grilled meat could be raising the risk of hypertension finds study

Grilled meat could be raising the risk of hypertension finds study The study showed that people who grilled, roasted or broiled their chicken, beef or fish more than 15 times a month, had 17 per cent more chances of having high blood pressure than those who restricted their well-cooked meat intake to less than four times a month. [Full Article...]

Rajya Sabha polls: JD(S) accuses K'taka returning officer of favouring Congress

Rajya Sabha polls: JD(S) accuses K'taka returning officer of favouring Congress JD (S) leaders allege that the returning officer forced two Congress MLAs to change the names of the candidates on the ballot paper. "The Congress polling agent saw the cross-voting and protested. It also expects support of MLAs from smaller parties - BR Patil (KJP), B Nagendra (independent) and Ashok Kheny (KMP), who have recently joined the Congress. [Full Article...]

Arrests as English football fans flock to Amsterdam red light district

Arrests as English football fans flock to Amsterdam red light district It's Friday night, it's Amsterdam, it's football, there was always likely to be "events" and De Telegraaf report the police have gone in and swept up the Red Light District. Riot police were set to remain in Amsterdam to ensure there was no trouble following the match. Southgate had urged supporters to behave on the eve of Friday's friendly, but those words clearly ignored by some of the 5,253... [Full Article...]

Pakistan's 78th National Day celebrated in Sri Lanka

Pakistan's 78th National Day celebrated in Sri Lanka Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena was the guest of honour at the event. The day was marked by a spectacular joint armed services parade at Shakarparian Parade Avenue in the Federal Capital. "I do hope that at this pivotal moment, with India and Pakistan at 70, there would be hard reflection on the time lost, and the opportunities missed", he said. [Full Article...]

World Water Day being observed today

World Water Day being observed today Chowdhary said the need of the hour is to rise to the occasion and ensure that every drop water is consumed judiciously so that coming generations don't have to face hardship due to water scarcity. UN-Water notes that environmental damage, together with climate change, is driving the water-related crises seen around the world today. He said construction work on new dams is necessary as t... [Full Article...]

Delhi Government Plans To Roll-Out 1000 Electric Buses

Delhi Government Plans To Roll-Out 1000 Electric Buses Oore than 82 percent of domestic consumers here are benefitting from the AAP government's scheme for subsidy on power, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today said. Rs 6729 crore is allocated for the health sector. It is for the third consecutive year that education is getting around 25 per cent of the budget allocation. [Full Article...]

Research shows lifestyle change can prevent thousands of cancer cases

Research shows lifestyle change can prevent thousands of cancer cases Cancer Research UK revealed out of the 360,000 new cases diagnosed in 2015, 135,500 could have been prevented. A third of cancers stem from unhealthy living, with one in 16 now down to being overweight or obese, according to the most detailed estimates yet. [Full Article...]

Gun Violence Awareness 'March For Our Lives' In Sartell Saturday

Gun Violence Awareness 'March For Our Lives' In Sartell Saturday Last year, two Woodland Hills students were shot and killed over Thanksgiving break, including 16-year-old Jerame Turner . Demanding changes in the nation's gun laws, as many as 500,000 students, parents and survivors of mass shootings are poised to rally in the nation's capital Saturday. [Full Article...]

Which towns have the most snow so far from the spring storm?

Which towns have the most snow so far from the spring storm? Accumulations ranged from 2- to 6 inches with higher amounts east and northeast of Washington, according to The Washington Post's Capital Weather Gang. Storms on March 8 and on March 13 and 14 had a bigger widespread impact on ME, dumping more than a foot of snow on the state each time. States of emergency were declared, and at least three people died. [Full Article...]

Lewiston police arrest man after woman assaulted outside bar

Lewiston police arrest man after woman assaulted outside bar He is due to appear today in court for a bail hearing. A spokesperson for the Audrain County Sheriff's Department said the investigation is a great example of the long standing professional working relationship between the two counties. Pedro A. Lopez, 25, of Idaho Falls, was arrested on six charges and six arrest warrants. Versailles Police spotted Christopher Smith and Crystal Cramer of Nash... [Full Article...]

EU nations to take more action against Russia over spy

EU nations to take more action against Russia over spy Ultimately, the outcome of that meeting was a recommendation that Trump should expel more Russian diplomats from the USA - an option several sources told CNN was the most severe response under consideration. Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite said: "All of us, we are considering such measures". Several European Union countries say they plan to take measures against Russian Federation over t... [Full Article...]

'Nigeria's neglected cases of tuberculosis is as high as 50%'

'Nigeria's neglected cases of tuberculosis is as high as 50%' GENEVA , 23 March 2018-Ahead of World TB Day 2018, UNAIDS is calling on all partners to take unprecedented and bold action to advance efforts to end tuberculosis (TB) and AIDS by 2030. Of late, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had launched a TB-free India campaign. Unfortunately the standard treatment for TB has been the same all over the world for years. [Full Article...]

Trump hails arms sales to Saudi as he hosts Crown Prince

Trump hails arms sales to Saudi as he hosts Crown Prince This led relations to an "all time high", says The Washington Post - and today the alliance is more than just a superficial marriage of convenience bred through familiarity. Prince Mohammed personally favored NY, although Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih was wary of litigation risks connected with a possible NY listing. When they met in the Oval Office, and later in the Cabinet Room, Trump... [Full Article...]

Africa leaders ink largest free market treaty

Africa leaders ink largest free market treaty For Africa, after decades of independence, marked by a persistent underdevelopment and a marginal place in the global arena, the terms of debate are established in drastic terms: unite or perish, as Kwame Nkrumah said at the foundation summit in Addis Abeba, recalled the official. [Full Article...]


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