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As Amit Shah tours different states, BJP general secretaries to follow up on his visits

The BJP general secretaries will submit status reports on targets set for different states to the party on a regular basis until the next Lok Sabha election in 2019.

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Opposition formation chaotic, yet to happen, says Nirmala Sitharaman on 2019 elections

The NDA government has done enough to address issues with the preparedness and priorities of the military, defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman said.

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Govt threatens to withdraw Delhi airport security over payment dispute

According to the officials, Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) airport owes over Rs 600 crore to CISF.

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White House issues talking points to ease summit damage

The White House sent talking points to Republican surrogates and members of Congress on Monday as aides dealt with the fallout of the summit between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to a GOP source.

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US charges Russian national with being a foreign agent

The US government charged a Russian national heavily involved in gun rights with being a spy for the Russian government in the US

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France gives World Cup winners a heroes’ welcome

The World Cup-winning French team returned home to a heroes' welcome on Monday, parading down the Champs-Elysees as hundreds of thousands of cheering fans gave a raucous welcome to the country's newest idols.

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Gomez helps T&T hammer Windwards by 187 runs

T&T defeated the Windward Islands by 187 runs in Cricket West Indies’ (CWI) Regional Under-17 Tournament when the fourth-round of matches concluded at various venues across the country yesterday. T&T was in a dominating mood at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba last evening, scoring 259 for seven after opting to bat first in the 50-over contest. Then, the T&T bowlers humbled the visitors for 72 to record a massive victory. With the win, T&T moved to 13.7 points but is still adrift of...

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Russell returns, Samuels out

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Explosive all-rounder Andre Russell is poised to play his first One-Day International in three years after being named in a 13-man squad for the three-match series against Bangladesh starting next Sunday in Guyana, but no place has been found for veteran right-hander Marlon Samuels. The 30-year-old Russell has not played since the tour of Sri Lanka back in 2015, with his availability having been further compounded by a year-long ban for an anti-doping whereabouts violation,...

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T&T cyclists set to conquer CAC Games

A full strength T&T cycling team is set to upset the applecart at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Games in Barranquilla Colombia. The team comprising Olympian Njisane Phillip, who was fourth fastest in the world at the 2012 Olympic Games in London England, and Nicholas Paul, a goal-medal winner at the Junior Pan Am Games three years ago at the National Cycling Centre, began to depart in batches yesterday. The first batch consisting sprint sensations Phillip, Paul, Kwesi Browne, Keron...

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A night of classical Indian music on the bansuri

Chinmaya Mission T&T (CMTT), in collaboration with the Sadhana School of Music, Chicago, is staging what promises to be a spectacular stage production on Friday, July 27. Headlining the event is Pandit Ronu Majumdar, one of India’s classical music, internationally acclaimed flute maestros. Majumdar, also referred to as RonuJi, is a master of the bansuri (flute) instrument, with the clearly discernable ability to adapt his presentations to absorb the techniques and patterns across all the musical...

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Highlights from 2018 Best Village Competition

Eliminations in the 2018 Prime Minister’s Best Village Trophy Competition continued last weekend at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (Napa), Port-of-Spain. Hundreds of performers graced the stage of the Lord Kitchener Auditorium from Thursday, July 12 to Sunday night. Thursday night saw the adjudication of East Indian Dance, followed by Folk Music on Friday, Folk Dance & Drumology on Saturday, and two rounds of judging of Folk Dance & Music on Sunday. T&T Guardian photographer EDISON...

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Cardi B leads nominations at MTV Awards

Fast-rising rapper Cardi B on Monday topped nominations at the MTV Video Music Awards, where Jay-Z and Beyonce's ornate work shot at the Louvre and the politically charged

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Rabies vaccine maker to stop output in China’s latest drug safety scandal

China’s drug watchdog has told the country’s second-biggest maker of rabies vaccines to stop production after a snap inspection uncovered evidence of forged data, dealing yet another blow to the scandal-plagued pharmaceutical industry. The State Drug Administration said inspectors found serious violations

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China lagging US in autonomous driving but gap is narrowing, says start-up Pony.ai

It may be the world’s largest car market, but China is still behind the US when it comes to the goal of putting driverless vehicles on the road, according to the CEO of a Chinese autonomous driving start-up that has just raised US$214 million. Waymo, Alphabet’s driverless car division, and GM’s Cruise

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Hong Kong men look for sex on WeChat, end up scammed out of HK$10 million in six months

About 300 Hong Kong men seeking sex services lost nearly HK$10 million (US$1.3 million) in just six months, to swindlers posing as foreign women studying in the city, prompting police to issue a scam alert. Over the past three months, there were at least 12 reports of “compensated dating” scams in which

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China sees sixfold surge in new companies with ‘blockchain’ in name

China has seen an explosion of companies registered with “blockchain” in their names from January to July 16, almost sixfold the number for the whole of last year. The country is now home to more than 4,000 such firms that identify with blockchain, the distributed ledger technology behind cryptocurrencies

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Study on effects of Alzheimer’s disease on ethnic Chinese among five projects in Hong Kong getting HK$180 million in funding

A study using stem cells and genome-editing technologies to explore how Alzheimer’s disease affects ethnic Chinese people is among five projects getting HK$180 million (US$23 million) in Hong Kong government funding this year. Led by internationally renowned scientist Nancy Ip Yuk-yu, the Alzheimer’

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EU, Japan to sign massive trade deal as US puts up barriers

The European Union's top officials arrive in Japan Tuesday to sign the single market's biggest trade deal ever and present a united front as Washington upends the international trade order. EU Council President Donald Tusk and Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker land in Japan after talks in

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At summit, Trump refuses to confront Putin on vote row

President Donald Trump refused to confront Vladimir Putin over meddling in the US election at their first face to face summit, publicly challenging the findings of the US intelligence community and triggering bipartisan outrage at home. The US and Russian presidents came out of their meeting in Helsinki

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James Reid Explores The World Of Fujifilm X-T100 - Juan Manila Express

With the new Fujifilm X-T100, you can show everyone your world through amazing pictures and cool videos anytime, anywhere. Take the cue from heartthrob James Reid. The matinee idol has added the latest gizmo from the X-Series of mirrorless digital cameras. THe Fujifilm X-T100 is a small yet mighty camera that boasts of cool features …

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COA wants GSIS to limit infomercials on PTV

The Commission on Audit has urged the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) management to limit the airing of its infomercials on state-run People's Television Network (PTV) through an exchange deal arrangement. Current top breaking Philippine headlines regarding the nation, world, metro manila, regions and exclusive special investigative reports.

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Police recover visitor’s missing ring

Two officers have been commended for helping a visitor recover a much-loved family heirloom. The RCIPS says two officers were able to help a woman find a lost a ring at the beach. According to poli…

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Vehicle amnesty coming, aim to rid Cayman of derelict cars

Those of you who owe for out-of-date car coupons may soon have some reprieve. Government is set to introduce a vehicle licensing amnesty. Councilor Austin Harris said the aim is to reduce the finan…

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Highland villagers flee homes in Surigao del Sur

BUTUAN CITY – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) on Tuesday mobilized its personnel following the exodus of villagers from the highland communities in the five municipalities of Surigao del Sur province on Monday afternoon.

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Buy-bust in Barangay Malacańang ; 1 pusher arrested

TAGUDIN, Ilocos Sur- Police swooped down and conducted a buy-bust operation the other day in Brgy MalAcanang, Tagudin town resulting the arrest of a suspected drug pusher.

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