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Four lessons from the BJP’s ceaseless Gujarat dominance

Retaining power in Gujarat with a clear mandate has always been a priority for the BJP. And there are lessons to be drawn from the BJP’s election history in the state

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Oil falls on prospect of Keystone resumption, weakening demand

By Laila Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) -Oil settled lower for a fifth straight session on Thursday on the prospect of

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Portugal's young gun Ramos stepping into Ronaldo's shoes

Goncalo Ramos was thrown into the eye of the storm, but it was Portugal's 21-year-old striker who brought the thunder, blasting his country...

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Ex-prison warden convicted of sexually abusing inmates

The former warden of a federal women’s prison in California where inmates said they were subjected to rampant sexual abuse was convicted of molesting inmates and forcing them to pose naked in their cells

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FTC sues to block Microsoft-Activision Blizzard $69B merger

The Federal Trade Commission on Thursday sued to block Microsoft’s planned $69 billion takeover of video game company Activision Blizzard, saying it could suppress competitors to its Xbox game consoles and its growing games subscription business

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Netanyahu secures parliament majority, seeks more time to form government

JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israel's incoming Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signed up enough parties for a coalition with a parliamentary majority on

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Canada police suspend contract with China-linked firm

Canada's federal police on Thursday suspended a contract with a Beijing-linked firm to supply and maintain police radio equipment -- following a political backlash, the...

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Noida residents meet new CP, seek regular meetings for better security

Noida: Resident groups met the new Noida police commissioner Laxmi Singh on Thursday and asked for frequent meetings with police officials so that the security arrangements across the city can be strengthened

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Rare Apollo mission moon rock back in Cyprus after 50 years

Half a century after U.S. astronauts brought it back from the moon’s surface, a minute piece of extraterrestrial rock has finally reached its intended destination, the east Mediterranean island nation of Cyprus

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Interracial marriages to get added protection under new law

The Respect for Marriage Act has been largely focused on the protection the law gives to same-sex couples

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Eagles try to earn a playoff berth with win at Giants

The Philadelphia Eagles will try to become the first team to clinch a playoff berth this season when they face the New York Giants on Sunday

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Bank of Mexico hiking cycle seen ending with key rate at 11% -Franklin Templeton

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's central bank's monetary policy tightening cycle will likely end in the first half of 2023

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Wirecard bosses' fraud trial begins after scandal that rocked Germany

By Jörn Poltz MUNICH (Reuters) - Wirecard's former chief executive, who steered the payments company through its rise and spectacular

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Regragui breaking new World Cup ground for African coaches

Morocco boss Walid Regragui became the first ever African coach to take a team into the World Cup quarter-finals when his side beat Spain on penalties, despite only...

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Idaho murders – update: Moscow police target mystery car near crime scene after addressing ‘hoodie guy’ claims

Investigators trying to track down the killer of four University of Idaho students are searching for the occupant or occupants of a white 2011-2013 Hyundai Elantra that was seen near the home at the time of the murders. Moscow Police said on Wednesday the vehicle was “in the immediate area” of the home on King Road in the early hours of 13 November, when Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle were stabbed to death. The occupant “may have critical information to share regarding this case,” police said, as they asked for the public’s help. On Wednesday, police also addressed rumours about “hoodie guy” who was spotted near Goncalves and Mogen hours before they were killed. The man has been cleared as a suspect but Goncalves’ father suggested he was ruled out too quickly and has since left the country. Idaho State Police told The Independent investigators are “aware of the rumours”, but did not confirm or deny them. More than three weeks on from the slayings, no arrests have been made and no suspects named. Read More President of University of Idaho fraternity where Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle spent final hours speaks out Idaho police search for white Hyundai car in university murder probe Idaho police address rumours about ‘hoodie guy’ seen near Kaylee Goncalves and Madison Mogen hours before murders Murdered Idaho student’s family mull legal action as police chief breaks down and vows case ‘isn’t cold’ Where were Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin? Five-hour time gap still unexplained weeks on from Idaho murders

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Gen Z’s First Member of Congress Can’t Find Housing in Tough DC Rental Market

(Bloomberg) -- The first Gen-Z member of Congress is heading to DC — if he can find somewhere to live.

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Respect for Marriage Act: House passes landmark bill to protect same-sex and interracial marriage

The House passed a bill to protect same-sex marriages at the federal level, sending it to President Joe Biden for his signature

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Morocco chasing World Cup history against free-scoring Portugal

Morocco head into Saturday's last-eight clash with Portugal knowing they are only one step away from making history as Africa's first World Cup semi-finalists, but they face a buoyant opposition...

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Noida, Greater Noida, Yeida to lure investors from Japan, S Korea

Delegations from the three industrial bodies will be on a 9-day-long foreign tour to organise roadshows there. The objective is to brief potential investors about the current plot schemes and push them to sign contracts and set up industrial units in the three industrial cities

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Why Maha kids on the border are forced to study in Kannada

After the formation of Maharashtra in 1960, since there were Kannada speaking people in the border areas, Maharahtra government started around 1000 government and aided Kannada schools with the aim of holding them back in our state,” said Pandurang Patil, a trustee of an educational institute in Jath

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Sharad Pawar scales back threat of visiting Karnataka

The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) supremo had declared that he would visit Belgavi if the situation was not brought under control in the following 24 to 48 hours. The statement was made after Chandrakant Patil and Shambhuraj Desai—postponed their Tuesday visit to Belgavi, following objections by the Karnataka government

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Shinde inaugurates beautification works

Chief minister Eknath Shinde and deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis on Thursday inaugurated the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) ‘Mumbai beautification project’ at Gateway of India

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NCC cadets spread pollution awareness, clean river in Lucknow

The National Cadet Corps of the country has been conducting a week-long campaign for National Pollution Control Day which is observed on December 2 every year

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Delhi University top body gives nod to CUET for PG admissions

The executive council of Delhi University, which is the highest decision-making body, gave its approval to a number of reforms, including the adoption of CUET (Common University Entrance Test) for conducting postgraduate admissions and changes to the student-teacher ratio (classroom size) for lectures and tutorials for both undergraduate and PG courses

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Jim Beam offers novel fix for holiday blues: hug-simulating pajamas

Bourbon brand Jim Beam is offering what could possibly be the weirdest gift for the holidays — hug-simulating pajamas.

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