• Indian SC recognizes 'living will' of terminally ill patients
Indian SC recognizes 'living will' of terminally ill patients

The Supreme Court had in 2011 recognised passive euthanasia in the Aruna Shanbaug's case by which it had permitted withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment from patients not in a position to make an informed decision. Today's judgment lays down the exact procedure for drafting and approving such living wills . With all due respect, the Suprem...

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  • Should Daylight Saving Time be eliminated?
Should Daylight Saving Time be eliminated?

The website www.timeanddate.com states following the 1973 oil embargo, the U.S. Congress extended the DST period to 10 months in 1974 and eight months in 1975, in an effort to save energy. The Times Square ball won't drop until 1 in the morning! He said, "I've got teachers". "I'd make it the whole country", the Sarasota Republican told The ...

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  • India's Ahmedabad gets first all-women railway station
India's Ahmedabad gets first all-women railway station

Ajni a satellite station of Nagpur, falls under the Nagpur division of Central Railway Central Railway's Matunga station became the first all-woman station on January 8 and is today manned by a staff of 41. This is how Indian Railways, which employs 91,000 women, is carving out a new image of gender equality in its very big operations. "However, th...

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  • Active Shooter Situation In Clinton, Missouri, One Officer Killed, Two Injured
Active Shooter Situation In Clinton, Missouri, One Officer Killed, Two Injured

He was honored at a Royals game in June 2014, and presented Jeremy Guthrie with a U.S. flag that was flown during his deployment. The patrol described Morton in a tweet as having served with "distinction". One officer was fatally shot inside the home, he said. The Missouri State Highway Patrol, Clinton Police Department and the Henry County...

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  • 11 nations sign Pacific trade pact while US plans tariffs
11 nations sign Pacific trade pact while US plans tariffs

The US withdrew from the earlier incarnation of the agreement shortly after US President Donald Trump was elected. Mr Trump withdrew the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership a year ago, prompting fears it would not prosper without its most influential country.

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  • Nerve agent was used to poison X-Russian spy
Nerve agent was used to poison X-Russian spy

It was not clear who they are or whether they are linked to the case. He is now able to talk though his condition remains serious, interior minister Amber Rudd said on Thursday. He later admitted that in 1995 he was recruited by the British secret services. Skripal had been "turned" by MI6 in 1995, the FSB said, and had been in contact with British...

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  • China announces 8.1% defence budget increase
China announces 8.1% defence budget increase

According to Premier Li Keqiang, the additional funding will "advance all aspects of military training and war preparedness, and firmly and resolvedly safeguard national sovereignty, security, and development interests". It compares with a seven percent increase last year and 7.6 percent in 2016, which marked the first time in six years that...

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  • Paul Manafort will face trial first in Virginia and then in Washington
Paul Manafort will face trial first in Virginia and then in Washington

He is also facing a second case in federal court in Virginia, where he pleaded not guilty to tax and fraud charges. Manafort's former business partner, Rick Gates, has pleaded guilty in the District to conspiracy and lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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  • Supreme Court Sets Aside Kerala HC Decision, Restores Hadiya's Marriage
Supreme Court Sets Aside Kerala HC Decision, Restores Hadiya's Marriage

The Bench headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra said, "Whether this marriage is a disguise (to commit crime) is a separate issue". The order also referred to Hadiya personally appearing before the Supreme Court on November 27 and admitting to her marriage with Shafin Jahan, who had challenged the High Court order that nullified the m...

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  • Sessions slams sanctuary laws in speech to California police officers
Sessions slams sanctuary laws in speech to California police officers

On Wednesday, President Donald Trump's justice department announced they are suing California over sanctuary city laws. He singled out Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf , who last month warned residents of an impending Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raid.

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  • Kellyanne Conway Accused Of Violating Federal Ethics Laws Again
Kellyanne Conway Accused Of Violating Federal Ethics Laws Again

After House Oversight Committee ranking member Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) demanded the president "take swift and serious disciplinary action against Ms. The Hatch Act prohibits federal employees from using their official authority or influence in political work. He will be a vote against tax cuts. The White House, however, said that Conway ...

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  • Why CFIUS Is Intervening in Broadcom's Qualcomm Bid
Why CFIUS Is Intervening in Broadcom's Qualcomm Bid

Now, with Qualcomm using the CFIUS investigation as reason to push back the shareholder vote on the acquisition until at least April, Broadcom is launching its own charm offensive and pledging to pour money into the United States research and education fields with its $1.5bn fund promise.

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  • Air India Launches Direct Five-Hour Flights Between Delhi and Tel Aviv
Air India Launches Direct Five-Hour Flights Between Delhi and Tel Aviv

For the first time ever, an global airline can use Saudi airspace to fly to Israel. India's national carrier Air India on Wednesday began selling direct five-hour flights between Delhi and Israel's Ben-Gurion global airport. This route, too, is covered in 7 hours and 10 minutes. "Air India will gain a significant and unfair advantage over E...

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  • Nigeria, Others To Benefit $533m Humanitarian Aid From US
Nigeria, Others To Benefit $533m Humanitarian Aid From US

Tillerson also announced a $533m (£380m) humanitarian African aid plan. He also referred to African countries' approach to North Korea. While the top U.S. For Tillerson, who did not visit Africa during his first year as the top USA diplomat, it may be that the best way to show deference to a continent suspicious of Trump is to listen.

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  • Porn Star Stormy Daniels' Lawyer Confirms She Had Affair With Donald Trump
Porn Star Stormy Daniels' Lawyer Confirms She Had Affair With Donald Trump

Cohen did not respond to interview requests from USA TODAY . The lawsuit , filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, alleges that the agreement is "null and void and of no consequence" because Trump didn't personally sign it. Cohen said that he made the payment out of his own pocket and denied that it violated campaign finance laws. St...

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  • More warnings come in response to Trump's tariff plans
More warnings come in response to Trump's tariff plans

Trump says he's not anxious about Russian Federation meddling in the 2018 midterm elections. "We can put a tax of 25% on their cars and believe me they won't be doing It for very long", he said. After, saying the USA has been "taken advantage of for many , many decades" by foreign countries, he said the European Union "has been particularly ...

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  • Salisbury hospital closes A&E after people fall ill from unsafe substance
Salisbury hospital closes A&E after people fall ill from unsafe substance

A&E Staff were evacuated to a nearby building to establish a triage centre while the facility was closed for decontamination. A major incident was declared at Salisbury District Hospital - after a risky substance put lives at risk. He said: "A major incident has been declared today and a multi-agency response has been co-ordinated". At t...

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  • France to Set Age of Consent to 15 After Child Sex Outrage
France to Set Age of Consent to 15 After Child Sex Outrage

Equality Minister Marlène Schiappa welcomed the move, which follows advice from doctors and legal experts. The government's women's affairs office said Tuesday that it has made a decision to set the threshold at 15 in a bill to be presented to parliament later this month.

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  • Swedish prime minister criticizes Trump's tariff proposal right in front of him
Swedish prime minister criticizes Trump's tariff proposal right in front of him

Russian Federation has been found by multiple investigations and agencies to have sought to influence the last presidential election by backing candidates, including Trump , who opposed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. We're studying it very closely. "Every time he sees me, he says, 'I didn't do that, ' and I really believe that when he tell...

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  • USA aircraft carrier approaches Vietnam for the first time since 1975
USA aircraft carrier approaches Vietnam for the first time since 1975

The USS Carl Vinson arrived in Vietnam Monday for a port call, marking the first time a USA aircraft carrier has visited the country in more than 40 years. Danang saw heavy fighting during the war as the site of a major USA military base, but those gathered showed no sign of bearing a grudge. Since then, Chinese and Vietnamese troops have skirm...

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  • Trump to expand United States missile defense
Trump to expand United States missile defense

He also noted that even when considering the possibility they did not operate on behalf of his government, their extradition is impossible. Hypersonics are generally defined as missiles than can fly more than five times the speed of sound.

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  • China to lift 10 million people out of poverty by 2018
China to lift 10 million people out of poverty by 2018

China maintained its growth target for 2018, despite the economy surpassing the goal past year, as the government aims to contain corporate debt and rein in pollution. "China calls for trade disputes to be settled through discussions as equals, opposes trade protectionism, and will resolutely safeguard its lawful rights", Mr Li said.

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  • Iran's defense program none of France's concern: Velayati
Iran's defense program none of France's concern: Velayati

With Trump warning of a last chance for "the worst deal ever negotiated", UK, France and Germany have been working with U.S. officials to draw up a strategy to improve the Iran nuclear deal in return for Trump keeping the pact alive by renewing USA sanctions relief on May 12.

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  • Unidentified man shoots, kills self near White House: Secret Service
Unidentified man shoots, kills self near White House: Secret Service

The incident is said to have affected traffic around the White House. The Secret Service says a man shot himself outside the White House, and medical personnel are on the scene. "Our natural death squad is on the scene". The shooting sparked panic inside the building, with staff and journalists told to take shelter. Correspondents who were ...

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  • Egypt's Constitutional Court Upholds Saudi Arabia's Sovereignty Over Red Sea Islands
Egypt's Constitutional Court Upholds Saudi Arabia's Sovereignty Over Red Sea Islands

Saudi Arabia's Mohammed Bin Salman met President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in Cairo on Sunday, on his first public trip overseas since he became crown prince a year ago and purged the kingdom's political and economic elite. Egypt's top court has upheld a deal to transfer two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia. Egypt's parliament backed the deal in June, a...

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  • Respect people's mandate: Mukul Sangma to BJP
Respect people's mandate: Mukul Sangma to BJP

BJP had earlier also expressed its desire to extend support to any non-Congress party if they want to form government. "People have grown wary of the misdeeds and misrule of the Congress and pinning their hopes on change", BJP's election strategist and Assam Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said.

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  • Central Michigan University shooting: Here's what we know
Central Michigan University shooting: Here's what we know

Police search for 19-year-old suspect James Eric Davis Jr .in local neighbourhoods after a fatal shooting at Central Michigan University's Campbell Hall, on Friday, March 2, 2018, in Mount Pleasant, Mich . Davis then told officers the man who wanted to hurt him had a "warrant for his arrest" because he had previously committed a murder. "I'...

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  • Turkish airstrikes kill 36 pro-Assad fighters
Turkish airstrikes kill 36 pro-Assad fighters

The Syrian government deployed fighters to the enclave a month later after the Kurds appealed for help. The Turkish Armed Forces and Free Syrian Army (FSA) on Saturday captured seven more residential areas, including the Rajo town center northwest of Afrin, Anadolu's news agency reported .

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  • Putin: Give Us Evidence Of Meddling, New Cold War In US Propaganda
Putin: Give Us Evidence Of Meddling, New Cold War In US Propaganda

Her comments came hours after President Putin announced that Russia has developed a number of advanced weapons systems, including a nuclear-powered cruise missile, which make all US capabilities aimed at undermining the Russian nuclear deterrent obsolete.

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  • Arrests made after Lidl 'looted and smashed up by digger'
Arrests made after Lidl 'looted and smashed up by digger'

Gardaí say they are tonight responding to several incidents in the Tallaght area and a number of arrests have been made. "A number of arrests have been made", a spokesman said. Meanwhile, 46 year old Keith Kelly of Suncroft Road in Tallaght and 43 year old Paul Freeman of Russell Green in Tallaght were charged with trespassing with intent to comm...

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  • Theresa May's Speech Was Sweet And Sour
Theresa May's Speech Was Sweet And Sour

While generally hitting a conciliatory tone toward her European counterparts, she hit back at EU criticism that she's trying to cherry pick, saying she doesn't want a deal that reflects an imbalance of rights and obligations. European Union and United Kingdom officials will be expected to discuss Mrs May's proposals on the border when they meet for...

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  • At Least 1 Dead, 22 Injured in Car Bomb Explosion in Kabul
At Least 1 Dead, 22 Injured in Car Bomb Explosion in Kabul

A auto bomb exploded near Australian Embassy vehicles in Kabul on Friday, killing an Afghan child. However, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation spokesman denied any foreign troops had been injured, while the Australian embassy said the blast had come as one of its convoys was passing by.

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  • India, Vietnam sign MoUs on trade, agriculture and nuclear cooperation
India, Vietnam sign MoUs on trade, agriculture and nuclear cooperation

External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted. President Quang's three-day visit to India has been quite significant to both the countries as strategic partnerships between the two nations in the spheres of defence and security, trade and investment, energy, agriculture, science and technology and tourism have been reinforced.

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  • Man arrested over white powder mailed to Donald Trump Jr
Man arrested over white powder mailed to Donald Trump Jr

Frisiello made an initial appearance yesterday in U.S. District Court in Worcester, where he is charged with five counts of mailing threats and five counts of false information and hoaxes. She then called 911and said she felt nauseous and was coughing. She was taken to a hospital as a result, but Trump later said that his wife and children were "...

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  • Walmart raises to 21 minimum age to buy firearms, ammo
Walmart raises to 21 minimum age to buy firearms, ammo

With the February 28 announcement, Dick's will no longer sell assault rifles at any of its stores, including its 35 subsidiary Field & Stream stores, which continued to sell them after Dick's stores stopped in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012.

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  • Putin sets course for new USA race with 'invincible' weapons
Putin sets course for new USA race with 'invincible' weapons

The president has come under sharp criticism for not implementing further sanctions against Russian intelligence and military enacted by Congress past year. The Pentagon spoke about Putin's display on Thursday, assuring, "We've been watching Russian Federation for a long time". "We do not want a new Cold War or a new arms race", Lungescu said.

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  • West Virginia Classrooms Empty For a Seventh Day
West Virginia Classrooms Empty For a Seventh Day

Ohio County Schools Assistant Superintendent Rick Jones said teachers and school service workers meeting this week indicated they were anxious to go back, and he expects that will happen soon. Salaries for teachers in the state were ranked 48th in the nation in 2016. Speaking with the New York Times , a high school educator named Katie Endicott ...

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  • FBI Counterintelligence Officials Probing Ivanka Trump Business Deal
FBI Counterintelligence Officials Probing Ivanka Trump Business Deal

The White House, the FBI, and the Holborn Group which owns the Vancouver project have all refused to comment regarding the report on Ivanka Trump's investigation. guard dog, was revealed as a top intelligence target for foreign spies, and was reported to have met with banking executives in the White House shortly before his family's company rec...

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  • Two killed in shooting at Central Michigan University dormitory
Two killed in shooting at Central Michigan University dormitory

Ross also said he wants students to talk about the incident over spring break. Klaus earlier asked members of the community to call 911 if they saw Davis, who was seen running away shortly after the shooting. Davis Jr. was spotted on campus surveillance cameras fleeing the area of Campbell Hall . Pleasant Public Safety said he is wearing mustard...

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  • US Men Strike Curling Olympic Gold But Get Wrong Medals
US Men Strike Curling Olympic Gold But Get Wrong Medals

On Saturday, Shuster delivered the biggest shot in the history of usa curling when he cleared two Swedish stones with his final rock of the eighth end to score five points and give his team a 10-5 lead. Shuster said. "They had this great level of trust between each other". "National Lottery funding has enabled Britain to become more competiti...

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