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    Daily Horoscope 2018: June 18, Monday

    Your colleagues may provoke you but you are suggested to hold your temper and avoid doing anything irresponsible. Good day to plan an outing with your friends. Financially, day appears good .You may buy an expensive gift for your life partner and make him/her feel very special. Despite of all the troubles, your life partner will support you and stand by you.

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    Samsung spent $13.6bn on taxes globally in 2017

    Seoul: South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics spent $13.6 billion (15 trillion won) to pay taxes around the globe in 2017, a 70 per cent increase from a year earlier, the company's business report showed on Monday. The record-breaking amount posted last year nearly doubled from 7.8 trillion won posted in 2015. Samsung Electronics said the South Korean government accounted for 81 per cent...

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    Rajasthani musicians epitomise India's syncretic culture, but are a struggling lot

    Jaipur: They are Muslims, yet they sing Krishna bhajans (hymns) from Hindu lore. They have adopted a hybrid culture that is a mix of both religions and lifestyles. Many of their names too blend two religions, like Shankar Khan and Krishna Khan. They are the Manganiyars, who hail from western Rajasthan, where a thriving legacy of secular music has touched the...

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    This is what Kim Kardashian has to say on Father's day

    Los Angeles: American reality Television personality Kim Kardashian West posted an emotional tribute to her father on the occasion of Father's Day on Sunday. She was missing her father, attorney and businessman Robert Kardashian. Robert passed away in 2003 aged 59 following a battle with cancer. : OMG! Justin Bieber kisses away this girl in a romantic evening Kim took to her...

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    Indefinite nationwide truck strike begins against increasing diesel prices

    Kolkata: Truck owners and operators launched an indefinite nationwide strike on Monday against increasing diesel prices and a sharp hike of third party insurance premium. "The indefinite strike against the soaring diesel prices and steep rise in the third party insurance premium begun this morning. About 90 lakh trucks are expected to be off the road and as of now,...

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    Two Chinese nationals arrested in Bihar for liquor consumption

    Patna: Two Chinese nationals were arrested here for violating the liquor prohibition imposed by the Bihar government over two years ago, police said on Monday. The two were arrested in a drunken state from a guesthouse here on Sunday night. "The police launched a probe into how they got the liquor," Patna Senior Superintendent of Police Manu Maharaj said. : What?...

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    OMG! Justin Bieber kisses away this girl in a romantic evening

    New York: Singer Justin Bieber and television personality Hailey Baldwin indulged in public display of affection, locking lips at a public park here. They got up, close and personal in a Brooklyn park overlooking the New York City's East River on Saturday. Later, they crossed the river into lower Manhattan in the evening, and kissed some more in Rockefeller Park, reported...

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    Conservative newcomer wins Colombia's presidential election

    Bogota: Conservative political newcomer Ivan Duque has been elected President of Colombia, a media report said on Monday. Duque, 41, garnered 10.3 million votes or about 53.98 per cent of the ballot on Sunday, while his rival Gustavo Petro secured 8 million or about 41.81 per cent, reports Efe news. "With humility and with honour I want to tell the Colombian people that I will...

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    What? Melbourne Woolworths store allows nude photo shoot

    Melbourne: Australian supermarket chain Woolworths says US artist Spencer Tunick can use a car park, on top of one of its Melbourne stores, for a mass naked photo shoot. Reversing an earlier decision, now Woolworths says he can use the car park for an hour on a Monday morning. "It's a good outcome," said the store. Earlier in April, Woolworths turned down Mr Tunick's...

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    Odisha shouldn't oppose Ayushman Bharat for mere politics: Pradhan

    Bhubaneswar: Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Sunday said that the Odisha government should not oppose the Ayushman Bharat scheme, popularly known as Modicare, for mere political reasons. "Odisha government must not oppose the Ayushman Bharat scheme for mere political reasons, which will harm the poor people in the state," he said. Pradhan, who hails from Odisha,...

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