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The Request For Information (RFI), which is the first step to acquire any aircraft, has been published by IAF on its website. "Request for Information for procurement of fighter aircraft for Indian Air Force for 110 fighter aircraft has been released by the Ministry of Defence".
  • Prince Charles lands in Australia for Commonwealth Games

    Prince Charles lands in Australia for Commonwealth Games

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    Her 69-year-old eldest child arrived in Australia while the country's relationships with Britain and its monarchy are under renewed scrutiny. Speaking on BBC Radio 4's Today programme on Wednesday, another former prime minister, Julia Gillard, said she believed that at some point the country would become a republic.
  • Netanyahu Suspends Migrant Deal With UN For 'Renewed Examination'

    Netanyahu Suspends Migrant Deal With UN For 'Renewed Examination'

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    Netanyahu on Monday proudly announced the deal with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in a nationally televised news conference, saying it would benefit Israel and the migrants. Mr Netanyahu said that agreement had failed because Rwanda had pulled out. Outside a government complex in Tel Aviv where Netanyahu said he was scrapping the deal, several African men wrapped themselves in chains in a protest that put their sense of powerlessness on display.
  • First person sentenced in Russia probe gets 30 days

    First person sentenced in Russia probe gets 30 days

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    Manafort and Gates were charged with laundering money and other violations in connection with their years of work on behalf of the Ukrainian government and former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych , who was a political rival of Tymoshenko.
  • Foreign Ministry slams expulsion of Russian diplomats as provocation

    Foreign Ministry slams expulsion of Russian diplomats as provocation

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    Nevertheless, he said novichok required "extremely sophisticated methods to create, something only in the capabilities of a state actor". A United Kingdom government spokesperson on Tuesday reiterated Britain's assertion that Russian Federation was responsible for the nerve agent attack , saying that the Porton Down lab's research is "only one part of the intelligence picture".
  • US raises prospect of Trump-Putin meeting at the White House

    US raises prospect of Trump-Putin meeting at the White House

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    White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said today the two leaders had discussed a bilateral meeting "at a number of potential venues, including the White House ". Mr McFaul said he feared that Mr Trump "thinks that a good meeting with [Mr] Putin is the objective of his foreign policy with Russian Federation".
  • French SNCF Rail Strike To Defy Macron Labour Reforms

    French SNCF Rail Strike To Defy Macron Labour Reforms

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    SNCF rail workers will work for two out of every five days in strikes expected to last through June and bring major delays to France's 4.5 million passengers. The strikes are against the French government's plan that some workers' benefits are taken away and the national railway company restructured. While that echoes earlier polls, such surveys also suggest voters are anxious that Macron's reform plans will hit their spending power more broadly.
  • Kashmir observes shutdown to protest civilian killings

    Kashmir observes shutdown to protest civilian killings

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    Police opened fire with live rounds and pellet guns on mourners attending the funerals of slain militants and on crowds who threw stones and chanted slogans against Indian rule. They also stopped train services and cut cell-phone internet services in the most restive towns, and reduced connection speeds in other parts of the Kashmir Valley, a common government practice aimed to calm tensions and prevent anti-India demonstrations from being organized.
  • WEATHER AWARE: Cold front brings possibility of severe weather Tuesday

    WEATHER AWARE: Cold front brings possibility of severe weather Tuesday

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    As the front moves east, showers and storms will develop along and ahead of the front. The threat for severe weather ends shortly after midnight, then colder air rushes in. The National Weather Service in Paducah is calling for severe thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon with a possibility for tornados and hail. Another surge of cooler and drier air moves in during the day Wednesday and lingers into Thursday .
  • Fallin releases statement about teacher walkout

    Fallin releases statement about teacher walkout

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    Third-grade teacher Abigail Woodage said she has 28 students in her classroom this year and her colleagues are also working with overcrowded classrooms. Most teachers expressed gratitude that lawmakers were able to raise more than $447 million in taxes to fund permanent raises averaging $6,100. By 10 a.m.so many people were inside the capitol that troopers denied access above the first floor, letting people into the building only after others exited.
  • Trump Says Troops Heading to Border

    Trump Says Troops Heading to Border

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    That's a big step. "President Obama made changes that basically created no border", Trump said. "We have very bad laws for our border, and we are going to be doing some things - I've been speaking with General Mattis - we're going to be doing things militarily", Mr.
  • Spring snowstorm drops over 7 inches of snow on NJ

    Spring snowstorm drops over 7 inches of snow on NJ

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    Tuesday: Cloudy with snow continuing. From Pennsylvania to coastal southern New England, snow accumulation could reach between two to six inches. However, it may be cold enough for the snow to stick to grassy surfaces and other elevated objects from northern Missouri to the southern parts of Illinois, Indiana and Ohio.
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    Speedometer "Pinned At 90 MPH" In California SUV Off Cliff Crash

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    Greg Baarts of the California Highway Patrol said. Officials with the CHP say Sarah and Jennifer Hart's SUV, which was carrying the couple and at least three of their adopted kids, stopped at a pullout in Westport, CA, then accelerated over the cliff in front of the auto, according to KGW .
  • Sinclair's Local Anchors Decry Fake News Via Same Script

    Sinclair's Local Anchors Decry Fake News Via Same Script

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    The host of HBO's " Last Week Tonight " previously took on Sinclair last summer. Gamco Investors INC. ET AL now owns 238,750 shares of the company's stock worth $7,652,000 after purchasing an additional 8,350 shares during the period. That's all the more insidious because people expect that kind of contortionist support for Trump when they tune in to something like Fox News , but probably have some assumption of objectivity from their local news.
  • Steven Bochco, creator of 'Hill Street Blues' dies at age 74

    Steven Bochco, creator of 'Hill Street Blues' dies at age 74

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    The legendary creator of the Neil Patrick Harris's breakout ABC show " Doogie Howser , M.D." and " Hill Street Blues " died after a lengthy battle with leukemia, a spokesperson confirmed in a statement. Steven also produced Raising the Bar for TNT. He was born in NY to Rudolph, a violinist, and Mimi, a painter and jewellery designer. After attending New York University and Carnegie Mellon University, he went on to write several series for Universal Studios.
  • Redmayne to read at Hawking's funeral

    Redmayne to read at Hawking's funeral

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    Hundreds of Stephen Hawking's family, closest friends and colleagues gathered in Cambridge today to commemorate his life and work. Redmayne, who won an Academy Award for playing Hawking in the 2014 film, spoke during the service, reading from Ecclesiastes .
  • Russian Federation test-launches new 'Satan 2' ballistic missile

    Russian Federation test-launches new 'Satan 2' ballistic missile

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    A new video released by the Russia Ministry of Defense shows the test launch of a ballistic missile called "Satan 2", a test Russian officials say went "perfectly". The secretary general of the United Nations, António Guterres, said the crisis recalled the Cold War, The New York Times reported , only without the controls and channels of communication established before the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union "to make sure things would not get out of control when tensions rise".
  • Will Smith Goes on a Date with Sophia, the AI Robot

    Will Smith Goes on a Date with Sophia, the AI Robot

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    Sophia is a bit of a robot celebrity, having met with such human celebs as Jimmy Fallon , and she's often the center of attention when she does something new, like walk for the first time . "We have a little chat and get to know each other better", she said. The video ends showing a disappointed Smith at being rejected by the femmebot but considering he's been married to Jada Pinkett Smith for going on 20 years, it's probably not such a bad thing.
  • New video surfaces of the 2016 Alton Sterling case

    New video surfaces of the 2016 Alton Sterling case

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    Salamoni shot Sterling six times during a struggle outside the Triple S Food Mart, where the 37-year-old black man was selling homemade CDs. Officers recovered a loaded revolver from Sterling's pocket. "We want to hear about it, we want to know about it". Paul said Salamoni violated the use of force and temperament policies. "And they perceived the threat differently".
  • Seoul seeks clarity on Trump trade comment

    Seoul seeks clarity on Trump trade comment

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    The Geneva Agreement in 1994, Joint Statement of the Fourth Round of the Six-Party Talks on September 19, 2005, and the "Leap Day" Agreement in 2012 are just some of the results of past U.S. China's top diplomat, State Councillor Yang Jiechi, was due to travel to Seoul on Thursday as well to brief Moon on Kim's secretive visit to Beijing this week to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping for the first time.
  • Atlanta reboots after ransomware infects city computers

    Atlanta reboots after ransomware infects city computers

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    Ransomware disables systems by encrypting critical data and then demanding payment for the unlock code, or else risk losing the data entirely. At a press conference at City Hall on Monday, an outside computer security consultant for the City of Atlanta said that his firm had completed the "investigation and containment phases" in response to the cyber attack.
  • US Visa Applicants, Submit Your Social Media Details

    US Visa Applicants, Submit Your Social Media Details

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    The US government plans to collect phone, email and social media history from almost everyone who seeks entry into the United States, State Department proposals showed on Friday as part of President Donald Trump's policy of "extreme vetting".
  • Tracking more wet weather for weekend

    Tracking more wet weather for weekend

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    Highs were quite a bit cooler than yesterday, ranging from the low to mid 30s north of Wausau, and through the 40s to the south. Warming a little early next week with rain returning by Tuesday . Temperatures for Easter sunrise services will likely be in the mid to upper 50s. Highs in the mid 70s. Friday night will be clear nearly calm and cool with a low of 61.
  • Royal wedding security operation to be among 'largest in police force's history'

    Royal wedding security operation to be among 'largest in police force's history'

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    According to The Daily Mail "Josh is a big star in the United States, an actor and comedian, he also beat boxes on "The Late Late Show" with James Corden". Streets surrounding the castle will be lined by members of the Windsor Castle Guard from 1st Battalion Irish Guards, and by Armed Forces personnel from the following units: the Royal Marines, the Royal Navy Small Ships and Diving, 3 Regiment Army Air Corps, the Royal Gurkha Rifles and RAF Honington.
  • Russian Federation to expel 150 Western diplomats

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    Almost four weeks after the daughter of spy Sergei Skripal was almost killed after being poisoned her condition is improving and she is speaking with British authorities. Russian Federation retaliated by sending home 755 American diplomats. UK Prime Minister Theresa May accused Russian Federation of using a military-grade Novichok nerve agent for the poisoning, in the English cathedral city of Salisbury on March 4.