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    Man gets lifer for killing wife

    Kendrapara: A boy's testimony at a court here Thursday led to the sentencing to life of his father for fatally assaulting his mother four years ago. The boy's father and his woman partner were sentenced to life imprisonment by the court in the case. The eight-year-old boy was the sole eye-witness to the brutal assault which took place in their home. The boy had lost his mother, who was assaulted for objecting to...

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    Govt effects reshuffle in Odisha fire services department

    Bhubaneswar: A day after appointing Sunil Ray as the Director General of Fire Service and Home Guards, Odisha government Thursday withdrew the additional charge given to Maheswar Swain as Chief Fire Officer of the Fire Prevention Wing of the Directorate of Fire Services, Cuttack. A notification issued by the home department also said that Swain will continue to hold the post of Director,...

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    Gavaskar wishes Ganguly a successful tenure at BCCI

    Kolkata: Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar hopes Sourav Ganguly is five times more successful as BCCI President than him when he was at the helm for a short period of time. Batting legend Gavaskar was appointed interim president in 2014 but has never held the position as a full-time administrator. 'I wish him all the best. Before him there was also a former Indian captain with the same...

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    Nothing objectionable if MP resigns and switches party: Naidu

    New Delhi: Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu Thursday said there is nothing 'objectionable' in a MP resigning and switching over to other party as it is permitted in a democracy, days after Congress leader Jairam Ramesh talked about 'enforced migration' in the Upper House. Naidu made the observation after BJP member Neeraj Shekhar had requested him to look into the comments made by...

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    China hopeful for 'phase one' trade deal with US

    Beijing: China Thursday said it's striving for an initial 'phase one' deal with the US as both sides continue to maintain close communication. 'China is ready to work with the US side to properly address each other's core concerns on the basis of equality and mutual respect and will strive to reach a 'phase one' deal, which serves the interests of both countries and the rest of the world,' Xinhua...

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    Four Indo-Canadians in Justin Trudeau's new Cabinet

    Ottawa: In a first, a Hindu woman lawmaker has been inducted into a Canadian Cabinet as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his new team of ministers that also includes three Sikh MPs. Anita Anand, a former law professor at University of Toronto, has been given the charge of Public Services and Procurement Ministry at the swearing-in ceremony at Rideau Hall here, CBC News reported. Born in...

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    Gotabaya Rajapaksa cleared of fraud charges on immunity

    Colombo: Newly elected Sri Lanka President Gotabaya Rajapaksa was acquitted of misappropriation charges based on presidential immunity. A special court, set up by the previous government to try corruption and fraud cases alleged to have been committed during former Rajapaksa regime, dropped all charges against Gotabaya, four days after his election as the seventh President of the South...

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    Supreme Court dismisses review plea of 9 convicts in Haren Pandya murder case

    New Delhi: The Supreme Court has declined to entertain the plea of nine convicts, sentenced to life for the murder of former Gujarat Home Minister Haren Pandya in 2003, urging the court to review the verdict, which held them guilty. A bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra said after perusing the review petitions and the record of appeals, the court is convinced the...

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    Narendra Modi's bullet train project may hit roadblock

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's highly ambitious Bullet train project of the National High-Speed Railway Corp (NHSRCL) between Mumbai-Ahmedabad may hit a roadblock if the Congress-NCP-Shiv Sena combine comes to power in Maharashtra. Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had jointly laid the foundation stone for the Bullet train project in Ahmedabad in September 2017. A...

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    Love impels Maoist couple to say goodbye to guns

    Bantala: It is said that love can happen anytime and anywhere. No one possibly knows this better than Chhutu and Jolly - former members of the SDS Maoist Association who have surrendered before Angul police. They are now trying to build a new life far off from guns and blood. Chhutu Ganju, a resident of Ranchi in Jharkhand district, was a former section commander of SDS Maoist Association. He was...

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