• CJI's court to hear petition seeking probe into judge Loya's death
CJI's court to hear petition seeking probe into judge Loya's death

According to the cause list of the Supreme Court , the twin PILs have now been listed for hearing in Court Number 1 before the three-judge bench, headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra and comprising Justices AM Khanwilkar and DY Chandrachud.

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  • German Social Dems vote to enter coalition talks
German Social Dems vote to enter coalition talks

The new agreement represented an important stage victory for Chancellor Angela Merkel , who would certainly prefer a "grand coalition" to the other two options now on the table: heading an unstable minority government , or a new election.

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  • Khloe Kardashian Opens Up About Her Baby Name Dilemma
Khloe Kardashian Opens Up About Her Baby Name Dilemma

The couple already have daughter North West, four, and son, Saint , two. "Preeclampsia and placenta accreta are high-risk conditions, so when I wanted to have a third baby, doctors said that it wasn't safe for my - or the baby's - health to carry on my own".

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  • UFC 220 Heavyweight title results: Francis Ngannou vs. Stipe Miocic
UFC 220 Heavyweight title results: Francis Ngannou vs. Stipe Miocic

But for White, the main event of the week clearly took place inside the octagon, where the undisputed light heavyweight and heavyweight championships were defended on the same card for the first time since 2003. Miocic and his team had the flawless game plan to suppress what Ngannou brings to the table - devastating power punching - and as the figh...

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  • Turkish army shells Kurdish positions in Syria's Afrin…
Turkish army shells Kurdish positions in Syria's Afrin…

From Sunday land forces would also carry out "necessary activities", depending on developments, he said. According to Kurdish sources, the Turkish operation killed 6 civilians and 3 fighters. Artillery shelling could be heard in the distance. The attacks follow weeks of warnings against the YPG in Syria from President Tayyip Erdogan and his minis...

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  • Tim Hortons Speaks: Do NOT Vote for the Liberals!
Tim Hortons Speaks: Do NOT Vote for the Liberals!

They may not be unionized, but the workers at the iconic Tim Hortons coffee chain ought to know unions have their backs. "When I said franchise owners should take their fight to me, I didn't mean they should use their employees as pawns", Wynne wrote in a post on Twitter.

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  • Follow India vs Pakistan match
Follow India vs Pakistan match

India have scripted history by successfully defending the blind cricket World Cup , beating arch-rivals Pakistan by 2 wickets at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium in UAE. Apart from India, Pakistan is the only other team to have won the title twice. However, Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by 156 runs in the semi-final to book a berth in the summit cl...

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  • Several Gunmen Have Attacked The Intercontinental Hotel In Kabul, Afghanistan
Several Gunmen Have Attacked The Intercontinental Hotel In Kabul, Afghanistan

According to reports, special forces have killed two of the attackers. Sources claimed that the hotel witnessed heavy gunfire. An official at the Afghan spy agency told AFP: "Four attackers are inside the building and they are shooting at guests".

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  • Three Months Later, No Motive Determined In Las Vegas Shooting, Sheriff Says
Three Months Later, No Motive Determined In Las Vegas Shooting, Sheriff Says

Lombardo said police continue to believe that Paddock was the only gunman on October 1, but added that there is another person of interest and charges are expected to be filed in the next two months. But Paddock did not leave a suicide note or manifesto, and no ideology or radicalization was discovered, the department said. The report provided ...

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  • Sen. Menendez Could Be Facing Another Corruption Trial
Sen. Menendez Could Be Facing Another Corruption Trial

Menendez's office said it was disappointed by the decision. Six of the counts against Menendez are for bribery, three are for honest services fraud, and his close friend Salomon Melgen is again a co-defendant in the trial. "Certain elements of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and of our state cannot understand or, even worse, accept that the Lat...

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  • Parents accused of holding 13 children captive charged with torture, child abuse
Parents accused of holding 13 children captive charged with torture, child abuse

On Thursday, David and Louise Turpin were charged with 12 criminal counts of torture, seven counts of abuse of a dependent adult, and 12 counts of false imprisonment that could keep them behind bars for life if they are convicted. The dogs are at a shelter, and authorities plan to find a new home for them as a pair. When they weren't chained ...

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  • Trump blames US Senator Durbin for blowing immigration deal
Trump blames US Senator Durbin for blowing immigration deal

Trump on Friday tweeted a convoluted denial about the comments, which were reported by The Washington Post and The New York Times and confirmed by Democratic Senator Dick Durbin, who attended the meeting at which they were said to have been spoken.

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  • Cannabis commission picks firms to track marijuana plants and license applications
Cannabis commission picks firms to track marijuana plants and license applications

Spitting in the face of this boom for the US economy, Attorney General Jeff Sessions kicked off the new year by rescinding Obama-era policies that discouraged the federal government from interfering with how states enforce marijuana laws.

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  • US Withholding Added $45 Million in Palestinian Aid, Sources Say
US Withholding Added $45 Million in Palestinian Aid, Sources Say

She said the U.S.is instead asking other governments to "step up to the plate" and increase funding for the agency. The Trump administration gave over $60m to a United Nations agency but held back a further $65m. Despite the decision on the food aid pledge, she said: "We are the most generous country on the planet". We hope that the U.S. administ...

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  • Frustrated National Parks Advisory Board Members Quit
Frustrated National Parks Advisory Board Members Quit

The volunteer board, and local councils, cited frustration over Zinke's refusal to meet with them regarding national park issues for over a year, "as prescribed by law", said Knowles. Interior Department Associate Deputy Secretary Todd Willens said Wednesday it's "patently false" to say the department hasn't engaged with the board, the Associated...

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"I am not racist", Trump says, after nations remark fallout

A confidant of Trump's told the Associated Press that the president spent Thursday evening calling friends and outside advisers to judge their reaction to his remarks. Graham outlined his vision of reforming immigration, which would begin with what Trump called "phase one" where those under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) would be p...

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  • Day Zero looming for drought-stricken Cape Town
Day Zero looming for drought-stricken Cape Town

For one, there was a lot of citizen blaming going on. "We can no longer ask people to stop wasting water". The new targets will remain in place for 150 days before the city reassesses the situation. Besides a huge public awareness campaign, teams have also intensified leak detection and repairs, as well as extending the use of treated effluent ...

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  • Nestle Japan launches ruby chocolate KitKat ahead of Valentine's Day
Nestle Japan launches ruby chocolate KitKat ahead of Valentine's Day

KitKat Japan has become the first consumer brand to launch the Ruby chocolate characterized by its all-natural pink and berry flavours. From tomorrow (19 January), the KitKat Chocolatory Sublime Ruby bar will go on sale in Japan and South Korea through Nestle's KitKat Chocolatory stores and online.

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  • Why are we only hearing Stormy Daniels's story now?
Why are we only hearing Stormy Daniels's story now?

Citing corporate documents and confidential sources, the Journal reported Michael Cohen opened a private DE company in October 2016 and then used a bank account linked to the company to pay $130,000 to Stephanie Clifford , also known as Stormy Daniels , in exchange for a nondisclosure agreement.

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  • North Korea Using Winter Olympics To Fuel Online 'Reunification' Propaganda
North Korea Using Winter Olympics To Fuel Online 'Reunification' Propaganda

North Korea will send a 550-member delegation, including 230 cheerleaders, 140 artists and 30 Taekwondo players for a demonstration, the ministry said . It marks a thaw in relations that began in the new year when North Korea offered to send a team to the games. Russian Federation has hit out at a US-led effort to increase global pressure on ...

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  • North Korea Denies The Accusations Of WannaCry Malware Attack
North Korea Denies The Accusations Of WannaCry Malware Attack

The WannaCry attack crippled hospitals, banks and companies around the world, and "highlights the capabilities that North Korea has in cyber", Kurtz said . "They shut down accounts the North Korean regime hackers used to launch attacks and patched systems", he said. South Korea and USA officials have accused North Korea of launching a slew of cy...

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  • Spacey faces third Scotland Yard probe
Spacey faces third Scotland Yard probe

A third man has made allegations to police that he was assaulted by Spacey in London in 2005. The force did not directly link Spacey to the fresh allegation, but said the alleged perpetrator is the same as the subject of earlier complaints.

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  • Prosecutors Charge Peter Madsen With Murdering Kim Wall Aboard His Private Sub
Prosecutors Charge Peter Madsen With Murdering Kim Wall Aboard His Private Sub

Her torso was found floating off the coast of Copenhagen on August 21. Public prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen said that the case is "very unusual and extremely gross". Then he claimed that Ms Wall died accidentally inside the submarine while he was on deck during the excursion, and that he had "buried" her at sea. The prosecutor has asked for Mr...

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  • White House physician says Trump is in 'excellent health'
White House physician says Trump is in 'excellent health'

Ronny Jackson , a rear admiral in the Navy, said during a Tuesday briefing with reporters. He scored a 30/30 on the test, Jackson said, and there was 'no indication that he has cognitive issues'. The doctor also mentioned that in addition to taking Advil and Crestor, a drug used to control cholesterol levels, Trump also takes Propecia, a drug use...

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  • Lancashire rail workers hit by Carrillion collapse
Lancashire rail workers hit by Carrillion collapse

The administrators will try to sell Carillion's assets, including outstanding contracts, in order to meet its credit liabilities. Green said that the United Kingdom government would provide funds to keep the company's public services operational, including school lunches and prison management.

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