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  • Congress needs to promote strong regional leaders, not Rahul Gandhi

    Congress needs to promote strong regional leaders, not Rahul Gandhi

    Despite stiff resistance from his father and SP patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav, Akhilesh overcame the initial hiccups and allotted almost 100 seats to Congress - a decision which is now being called "fatal" for his party. "He is taken as a chocolate leader". It was argued that the SP's tie-up with the Congress will help consolidate the Muslim vote and Rahul Gandhi will be able to attract upper castes to the alliance.

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  • Samajwadi Party ready to accept people's mandate: Shivpal Yadav

    Samajwadi Party ready to accept people's mandate: Shivpal Yadav

    I will review the party's performance and analyze the results. Lucknow (U.P.), Mar 11 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday submitted his resignation to Governor Ram Naik after saffron wave swept U.P. The Bharatiya Janata Party won a whopping 321 seats in the Assembly elections while the SP-Congress alliance bagged only 54. "It is not just time for change, but a makeover", he said, and added that the party could overcome the defeat if it introspects, rather than ...

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  • Wisconsin Deals First Blow To Travel Ban 2.0

    Ferguson asked the judge Thursday to extend an injunction that was issued against Trump's initial executive order. The president signed the new executive order earlier this week which is set to go into effect on March 16. Trump has repeatedly cited national security concerns as his impetus for the executive order, and has insisted that refugees need to be kept out while the US develops more robust vetting procedures.

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  • Arsenal ease pressure on Wenger, City stroll into semi-finals

    Arsenal ease pressure on Wenger, City stroll into semi-finals

    Under heavy fire after Tuesday's dismal Champions League exit against Bayern Munich, Wenger was given some much-needed breathing space by his side's quarter-final victory over the plucky non-leaguers. Sanchez curled in the fourth in the 72nd minute and Ramsey made it five three minutes later. "It doesn't seem like they're anxious about if Wenger wins the Champions League as long as he qualifies...

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  • Koeman and Schneiderlin interviews after Everton win

    Koeman and Schneiderlin interviews after Everton win

    Can Everton snatch a top six finish? . After surrendering a nine-game unbeaten run to Tottenham last week, Ronald Koeman brought back Phil Jagielka in place of Ramiro Funes Mori and Mirallas replaced Idrissa Gana Gueye. WEST BROM: Foster 5, Dawson 6, McAuley 6, Evans 5, Nyom 4, Livermore 5, Yacob 5, Fletcher 5, Chadli 5, McClean 4, Robson-Kanu 5. Lukaku was played in and he whipped a right-foot shot just wide of the far post.

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  • Dunford Meets with Russian, Turkish Generals on Syria

    Gen. Stephen Townsend, commander of Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve. In Manbij, "the U.S.is raising a flag, Russian Federation is raising a flag nearby, things have turned into a flag competition", Yildirim said in an interview with ATV television late Monday.

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  • Trump to nominate former Jones Day partner as solicitor general

    Trump to nominate former Jones Day partner as solicitor general

    White House counsel Don McGahn and deputy counsel Gregory Katsas also hail from the firm, among others. In his capacity as acting solicitor general , Francisco was in charge of introducing Attorney General Jeff Sessions to the Supreme Court at the start of its February session ― a formality reserved for whenever there is a new administration.

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  • Poachers Killed A Rhino At A Paris Zoo And Stole Its Horn

    Poachers Killed A Rhino At A Paris Zoo And Stole Its Horn

    It added that "his second horn was only partially cut, which suggests that the criminals were disturbed or that their equipment proved defective". It is not only the first time that a horn has been stolen in Europe, but also the first time that an animal has been slaughtered in a French zoo.

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  • Iranian oil output to exceed 3.9m bpd in Feb.: Zanganeh

    Oil prices were also pressured by the USA dollar rising on increasing odds of an interest rate rise by the Federal Reserve as early as later this month. The pattern appears to be repeating, except that Saudi Arabia so far has cut production about 50 percent more than it promised, making up for much of its member countries' overproduction.

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  • LeEco fires 85% staff of Indian unit, may exit India

    LeEco fires 85% staff of Indian unit, may exit India

    As per sources close to development, the layoffs are a precursor to the company's eventual exit from India. Chinese technology gaint LeEco has fired 85 per cent of its employees, including two senior leaderships, in its India unit and may eventually exit the country.

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  • Recession: Economy Shows Signs Of Recovery - NBS

    Fourth-quarter GDP increased 4.1 percent from the preceding three months, the statistics agency said. Australia continues to close in on the Netherlands' record of 103 quarters without a recession, which Deloitte Access Economics has predicted it will surpass this year .

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  • RSS Ducks As Member Offers Bounty On Kerala Chief Minister's Head

    The convenor of the state unit of the Janadhikar Samiti Pradip Talaulikar, addressing a press conference in the city, said that the CPI (M) carried the image of being the saviour of the poor, downtrodden and farmers. "We will garland bharat mata with the heads of 3 lakh Leftists", he threatened. When they killed just 56 of us, we sent 2,000 of them to the kabristan (graveyard).

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  • U.S. steps up attacks on Al-Qaeda in Yemen

    U.S. steps up attacks on Al-Qaeda in Yemen

    Jeff Davis, a Pentagon spokesman, said on Thursday that more than 20 strikes were "conducted in partnership with the government of Yemen" and were coordinated with President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi. The war, which had drawn in a Saudi-led Arab alliance against the Houthis, has killed more than 10,000 people, according to United Nations officials.

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  • Russia Wants Terrorism On Agenda Of Syria Talks

    The leader of an al-Qaida Syrian affiliate is deriding exiled Syrian politicians and rebels for taking part in talks mediated by the United Nations in Geneva with the aim of ending the Syrian conflict. "We are very glad to participate in this meeting". "We absolutely do not refuse to discuss terrorism", he added. UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura initially defined three issues of the talks - governance, constitution, and elections.

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  • Why British people eat pancakes on Shrove Tuesday

    Yes you've got it, it's TODAY! In medieval times, the fast was a serious business, much as Ramadan is to Muslims today. Check out our brief history of Pancake Day with our infographic below! Enter: unicorn-inspired pancakes. Will it end up on the floor? Fresh dark forest fruits, such as blackberries and cherries, work perfectly with maple syrup-soaked pancakes, as do walnuts for a smoky flavour.

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  • Salvadorans mourn the violent death of Gustavito the hippo

    But zookeepers did not discover the hippo's injuries until Thursday because he did not leave his pool. Our thoughts remain with the people of El Salvador during this heartbreaking time. " They killed an animal that only entertained us ". Zoo director Vladlen Hernandez was devastated by Gustavito's passing, telling the BBC the hippo "generated empathy".

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  • Church offers "Ashes To Go" for Ash Wednesday

    Catholics in Ireland will be able to receive their Ash Wednesday blessing in a slight twist as one church will be allowing parishioners to get their blessing in a drive-through setup. A Christian think tank says an LGBT advocacy group is attempting to politicize the beginning of the 40-day Lenten season. "It reminds us that we come from dust , and to dust we shall return", he said.

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  • France wants Obama for president

    The creators of the petition, who wanted to remain anonymous, told NPR it was a joke but it was started out of frustration about politicians in France in general. Marine Le Pen , leader of the far-right, nationalist, anti-immigration Front National party is tipped to win the first round. Antoine isn't a fan of the frontrunner.

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  • Fox News Invites Fake Swedish Defense Advisor to Clarify Trump's Remarks

    Fox News Invites Fake Swedish Defense Advisor to Clarify Trump's Remarks

    He is listed as one of the founders of Modus World LLC, a company that provides consulting "and management of possible kidnap and ransom situations". "I made clear that I am an independent analyst", Bildt told DN . When reached by email, Bildt told The Post he did not chose the title Fox News went with. "Had I spent a year in prison, I would think I would remember it ", Bildt said.

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  • 'Encouraging Initial Successes' For Western Mosul, Says DoD Official

    'Encouraging Initial Successes' For Western Mosul, Says DoD Official

    USA -led airstrikes disabled all of Mosul's bridges spanning the Tigris River a year ago in a bid to isolate the militants in the western half of the city. The blast killed Ms Gardi, the commander, and four other fighters, Rudaw said in a statement yesterday. But experts say western Mosul, with its narrow streets and some 750,000 civilian residents, would be much tougher to capture against an estimated 2,000 IS fighters.

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