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    US will send 1,500 more troops to Middle East: Trump

    Washington: US President Donald Trump said on Friday that his country will send about 1,500 additional troops to the Middle East amid escalating tension with Iran. Trump told reporters at the White House that the extra deployment, which is "relatively small number of troops," is mainly a protective measure, the Xinhua news agency reported. "We'll see what happens," he...

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    May quits, new British PM likely by end of July

    London: British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday announced that she would quit as the leader of the ruling Conservative Party on June 7, paving the way for a leadership battle for the next Prime Minister's post. "I believe it was right to persevere even when the odds against success were high. But it's now clear to me that it's in the best interest of the country for a new...

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    Survivor Naveen Patnaik weathers many storms in two-decade rule

    Bhubaneswar: Naveen Patnaik may be the most inaccessible Chief Minister in the history of Odisha but he continues to be the darling of the masses as he is all set to rule the state for a fifth consecutive term having won a thumping majority. Already the longest-serving Chief Minister of Odisha, Patnaik weathered many a storm in his political career and remained undisputed leader...

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    Didn't panic, says girl student saved from burning Surat building

    Surat: Amidst the chaos on the top floor and especially the room where children were confined in a burning building in Gujarat's Surat, a class 10 girl student showed the presence of mind in calmly following her teacher to safety, while helping another student. The fire in the Takshashila Arcade building in the Sarthana area on Friday evening claimed at least 20 lives while...

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    Jaitley may fly to London for treatment in June second week

    New Delhi: Arun Jaitley, finance minister in the outgoing NDA government, may need to go to London for further treatment for an undisclosed illness and is now nearly ruled out for an official engagement in the next government, sources said. There was no official confirmation of his illness or on his possible London trip. But sources also added he has a personal family event in June...

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    EU's Juncker, Tusk congratulate Modi on poll win

    Brussels: President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker and President of the European Council Donald Tusk congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his election victory, a European Union (EU) spokesperson said here Friday, May 24. "President Juncker wishes to congratulate his good friend Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi with whom he enjoys excellent professional and personal...

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    Trinamool suspends Mukul Roy's son for six years

    Kolkata: A day after suffering reverses in the Lok Sabha battle, West Bengal's ruling Trinamool Congress on Friday, May 24, suspended its MLA and BJP leader Mukul Roy's son Shubhrangshu Roy for six years alleging that he was "demeaning the party". The party cracked the whip hours after Roy junior expressed doubts over whether his party had faith in him and praised his father....

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    No alliance for Assembly elections in Delhi: AAP

    New Delhi: A day after being routed in the Lok Sabha contest, Delhi's ruling AAP on Friday, May 24, said there is no alternative to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi and said the party will win the Assembly elections due in February without any alliance. Speaking to the media, AAP leader Gopal Rai said the Aam Aadmi Party will contest the Assembly elections on its own, after a failed...

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    Ninth time a single party crosses 300 mark in Lok Sabha

    New Delhi: As the BJP crossed the 300 seat mark in the Lok Sabha elections, it was the ninth time that any single party has achieved such a feat. The BJP has already won 302 seats and was ahead in one seat in the 543-member Lower House of Parliament. In 1952, when the first Lok Sabha election was conducted, the Congress had won 398 of 543 seats under the then Prime Minister Jawahar Lal...

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    Brunei Sultan returns Oxford degree after LGBT backlash

    Bandar Seri Begawan: The Sultan of Brunei has returned an honorary degree awarded by Oxford University after it raised concerns about the Asian nation's strict new anti-LGBT laws. The University said on Thursday that it opened a review "in the light of concerns about the new penal code", the BBC reported. In a statement, a spokeswoman said it was informed that Sultan...

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