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    Horrifying: More than 2,000 foetuses found at doctor's house

    More than 2,000 medically preserved fetal remains have been found at the Illinois home of a former Indiana abortion clinic doctor who died last week, authorities said. The Will County Sheriff's Office said authorities found 2,246 preserved fetal remains but there's no evidence medical procedures were performed at the home. The coroner's office took possession of the remains. An...

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    Mamata calls for protection of constitutional rights in 'Super Emergency'

    Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has reiterated that the country is going through a period of 'Super Emergency' and called on people to protect the rights and freedom guaranteed by the Constitution. On the occasion of the International Day of Democracy Sunday, she urged the countrymen to safeguard the constitutional values upon which independent India...

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    More steps, time needed for automobile industry's revival

    New Delhi/Mumbai: With automobile industry's August sales touching the lowest level since 1997-98, industry insiders assert that the time is ripe for the government to take other steps to save as many as million contractual jobs which depend on this sector. Nonetheless, the earlier announced measures are likely to weaken the slowdown, however, it is expected to persist in the coming...

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    Ponting predicts batting shake-up in Australian squad for summer Tests

    Sydney: Only three Australian batsmen are certain to start the summer Test series against Pakistan, according to former skipper Ricky Ponting, with David Warner among them. Ponting, who has been a sounding board for coach Justin Langer in recent months, unsurprisingly nominated the in-form Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne as the other two. That leaves holes to fill and...

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    Govt for fresh auctions as Tata, Vedanta mining leases end in March

    New Delhi: In a setback for the mining industry, the government is set to reject a proposal to extend non-captive mining leases of companies that are expiring after completing 50 year period in March, 2020. The move will impact about 334 mines belonging to companies such as Tata Steel, Vedanta Limited, Essel Mining, V.M. Salgaocar and Rungta Mines in 10 states that are facing...

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    Inter reclaim top spot, Juve held by Fiorentina

    Milan: Inter Milan reclaimed top spot in Serie A after a 1-0 win over 10-man Udinese Saturday as Juventus lost three players to injury in a painful goalless draw at Fiorentina to complicate preparations for next week's Champions League opener. Stefano Sensi's diving header was enough to seal a maximum nine points for Antonio Conte's Inter ahead of their European opener against Slavia Prague in the...

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    Jolie still good friends'with ex-hubby Billy Bob Thornton

    Los Angeles: Angelina Jolie might have cut off all ties with Brad Pitt after the two Hollywood superstars decided to called it quits for good, but she is still 'good friends' with actor Billy Bob Thornton, with whom she was married for two years from 2000 to 2002. Thornton revealed this fact in an exclusive interview Saturday. 'We're good friends. We've been friends for years and years...

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    Jolie still good friends with ex-hubby Billy Bob Thornton

    Los Angeles: Angelina Jolie might have cut off all ties with Brad Pitt after the two Hollywood superstars decided to called it quits for good, but she is still 'good friends' with actor Billy Bob Thornton, with whom she was married for two years from 2000 to 2002. Thornton revealed this fact in an exclusive interview Saturday. 'We're good friends. We've been friends for years and years...

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    Flea market open in Srinagar but normal life remains disrupted in Kashmir Valley

    Srinagar: Normal life remained affected in Kashmir Valley for the 42nd consecutive day Sunday following abrogation of Article 370 as most of shops remained shut and public transport was off the roads, even as the weekly flea market opened here, officials said. The weekly flea market opened here Sunday as several vendors put up their stalls on the TRC Chowk-Polo...

    • 26 min ago
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    Malala Yousafzai appeals to UN to help Kashmiri children return to school

    London: Nobel Peace Prize winner and Pakistani education rights activist Malala Yousafzai has urged the UN to work towards peace in Kashmir and help children go back to school amid the tense situation in the Valley. Normal life has remained affected in Kashmir since August 5, when the special status for Jammu and Kashmir was scrapped and restrictions were imposed. Most...

    • 38 min ago

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